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Product Name: Work At Home EDU
Product Owner: “Michelle Robinson”
Advertised Price: $97
What Is It?
This is another in a series of fake news reports about work from home opportunities. It doesn’t matter much what’s actually inside the product because all of their claims are completely false.
I have revised several of these types of “work from home” programs before. They are basically copy/paste websites, all using similar images, videos, and wording to promote various products.
Some actually deliver an OK training product, some do not. None of them come with sufficient support, and there are also reports of unwanted rebilling that happens.
From the screenshots below you can see that there are actually many similar versions of Work At Home EDU, one of which is called WAH EDU.
Before You Buy
The premise of Work From Home EDU is that you can get paid to post links for companies. That is a complete lie, and no one on the internet gets paid to post links, let alone a decent wage.
Making money online is possible, but you need proper training and a strong work ethic to make it work. It will not be easy, fast, or happen over night.
I work from home full time, so I know from first hand experience.
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What I Liked
To be honest I admire this company’s persistence. I don’t agree with what they do, obviously, but they just don’t give up. If only they spent the same amount of time doing honest advertising and promoting a product that actually delivered something useful.
What I Didn’t Like
The issue here is twofold. One, the logos from reputable news sources don’t mean jack. They are just images do not actually mean that this website was featured anywhere at all. Not that it really matters, but the wording actually says, “Work from home opportunities have been featured on…”
This means that those websites have featured similar opportunities (if you consider it that) in general, NOT this one.
The other thing to consider is that the new report video is not actually for Work From Home EDU. Notice the general nature of the video and how Michelle Robinson doesn’t mention any website by name, nor does the reporter.
It’s absolutely unrealistic to think that you will be making thousands of dollars per month doing something so menial like posting links on websites. McDonalds workers are battling to raise minimum wage and a lot of manual laborers are struggling to make ends meet.
Posting links on your Facebook page is not going to bring in any significant amount of income, if any at all.
The online business realm is like any other job in that it takes time to learn. What makes it unlike a job and more like a business is that you need a strategy to make money, and you don’t get paid by the hour.
In other words, it’s a business, not a job. Even freelance work that pays by the hour usually requires some kind of training.
Know that a lot of what you see on the sales page for Work from Home EDU is meant to sell you something. All the highlighted text draws your attention to things like “companies desperately need your help” to make you feel liked YOU are in demand.
Things like the count down timer and spots available counter are meant to make you feel like this is a limited opportunity and you have to act fast. They want to force you to make a rash decision, before you can actually logic this out and see that there’s something fishy going on.
Even the picture of a simple-looking Michelle Robinson, just a regular mom is trying to make you feel like this is an opportunity for regular people without any educational background or defined skill set.
It’s all a marketing set to put you in the direction of making a bad decision.
Work at Home EDU is not even worth your time.