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!
I received a cold call this afternoon from a company called “Web Knowledge LLC”. My phone number has recently been hijacked from who-knows-where, and I have started to receive relentless calling from various companies that all engage in suspiciously similar behavior. Seriously. I’ve been called more than 20 times in the past 2 days from different places trying to sell me business opportunities.
Cash Machines 2 is a useless. I realize it’s a nice idea that there is an easy way to make money, or there is a system out there that is going to hold your hand and show you the steps on how to make money. Please stop dreaming. If you want to hold onto that hope a bit longer, go right ahead. Close down this page, and keep searching. There will be plenty of people that will tell you it exists, but they won’t show you how until you pay them $47.
This is just another example of someone trying to rope you into an MLM scheme with fancy cars, big houses, and empty promises. The products you will sell are completely useless to average AND business people. More details of why you should not buy this product can be found in my official review of Pure Leverage.
Google Sniper 2.0 is outdated and is not formula for a long lasting online business. If you want to promote crappy products with questionable marketing methods and only have $1 in your bank account, you can consider this product a business opportunity.
Just about every day I run into a scam or two online, and I really enjoy writing about them. It’s important that someone, somewhere identifies these scams so that real people trying to make real money are able to avoid them. The People’s Program is NOT for ‘the People’. It’s for a jackass sitting at the top of a pyramid scheme.
Though advertised as a super secret formula of 6 professional marketers, it’s actually a misleading video that is just a mask for the Empower Network.
Instant Payday Network is Free, but as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. After signing up you are rewarded with an avalanche of promotions from Jeff and his cronies. This product is not recommended for anyone.
On my website I’ve reviewed a lot of products, and I’ve made the rounds in various SEO and internet marketing circles. There are so many scams and poorly made products out there, it’s unbelievable. But where do all these scams come from? Who creates and promotes them?
For anyone who has done a bit of research, and for current members, it’s no secret that Empower Network is expensive. On top of monthly payments of $25 for blogging and $20 for an ewallet payment system, there’s a series of upsells that grow exponentially the deeper you get in. Here are some ways to get your money back.