Product Name: Web Fortune Vault
Advertised Price: $97, $77, $47, $8.78
What Is It?
A “make money online” product that is supposed to pay you to help other companies advertise by posting links.
This is a scam associated with other scams I've reviewed on One More Cup of Coffee. I will discuss them below. I did not buy this product to test because it was an obvious scam.
Before You Buy Web Fortune Vault
I immediately recognized the logo because it's very similar to a huge scam called Web Fortune Master. Even the names are similar.
Other similarities include the fact that you are supposed to get paid to post links. This may have been true over a decade ago, but these days, posting rogue links can harm a company's website, so no one will pay you to do it.
Are you starting to see the pattern yet?
Another thing to mention before getting into what Web Fortune Vault actually offers, is that I did sign up for these other products I mentioned above. ALL of them delivered low-quality products, low quality (or non-existent support), and one of them even charged my credit card for 4 months after canceling my membership!
Purchasing this product not only can waste your time, but it may put your bank account at risk.
Anything to Like?
At least there were no pictures of fancy cars, money raining from the sky, or fake screenshots of bank accounts. These scam tactics are common with products like this.
(hey, I always try to see the bright side of things)
What I Really Didn't Like About Web Fortune Vault
Of course, the things above still apply. Getting paid to post links is not a legit job anymore, and it certainly doesn't have any long term hope as being a legitimate job you can count on.
What's worse, is that they don't even explain what you are buying! The first sign that a company or product is not worth your money is that they expect you to purchase the product without understanding what it is.
In this case, they expect you to believe that it's possible to make money with their program, without even telling you what you will be doing to make money.
$97 is a big chunk of money to gamble. They then offer you other products, totaling over $200 in costs, also without explaining what they are or why you need tem.
If you are serious about learning how to earn legitimate income from home, you are going to need training and support to do it. It's not going to happen over night, but ANYONE can learn how to do it. I started as a total newbie, and now I work from home full time. You can read the details of what I do and how I do it in the review of my #1 rated product.
Have any questions? Have you tried Web Fortune Vault and have an opinion on it? Let me know in the comments!