This is a scam review site. They review home business opportunities like MLM, network marketing, internet marketing, and other “work from home” opportunities, also known as “biz ops”. At first glance, it looks like a legit site. But after looking at their Top Recommendations, I think you should reconsider taking their advice!
Be prepared for a sob story – and a confusing one at this. The sales video is a badly written script that tells the tale of a guy with a son that has leukemia. The dad was making thousands of dollars per day online, but apparently that wasn’t enough to cure the kid’s disease.
Along comes a billionaire that exposes his money-making secret. The guy gets (even more) rich, and the kid is cured. Don’t believe these ridiculous claims. The software doesn’t work. They don’t teach you how to make mobile websites, and the marketing/sales training is terrible.
How the hell does this keep happening to me?! I am really not interested in hearing about the Empower Network anymore, but somehow, I keep running into it. There are so many people pushing this product under the guise of other names. Here’s another jerk-product promoting this MLM pyramid scheme.
There is nothing unique about this program. It has been done a million times before. You make money by selling copies of the thing you just bought. It’s not worth your time or money.
I have seen some poor products in my day, but nothing as ridiculous as what was presented to me in Tube Cash Code. The video presentation actually implies that you can use a flash drive to make over $700 in 30 minutes. Inside TCC you’ll see that there are very basic video modules on how to create YouTube videos and market stuff from them.
After a recent string of phone calls trying to convince me to “join the internet revolution” sell me a business opportunity known as a virtual mall, or online mall, I wanted to share with you five major issues with starting a “virtual mall”.
This is an overpriced product that does not give us enough information about what we are buying or how we make money from it. Their marketing techniques are outdated, and they certainly does not highlight the amount of work it’s going to require to build a successful internet based business.
The promote the product as Traffic Fortune, but for some reason, once you are inside, its’ suddenly called Viral Video Xtreme (VVX). Whatever it’s called, it might be asking you to conduct illegal activities. At the very least, it’s immoral. So why did I give it 5 instead of 0? There is only one other product I dislike more than this one, and a score of zero is reserved for that. LOL.
This is a website currently designed to promote two different products: WAH Institute and Paid Surveys and More. The products and name of the site owner changes from time to time. I suspect that the owner of the website is a “made up” personality. Despite being called an “authority” there is very little information to be found on the website.
Work at Home Institute is a clone site of a famous work at home program that goes by many names. I do not know if I can call it a scam, but there are a lot of lies you need to understand before you get involved with their program. They tell you that it’s easy to get paid to post links, then the training tells you something else. I’ll give you two guesses as to whether or not I recommend it. Hint: No!