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Melissa Johnson

Melissa Johnson Scam Review By David Harris Melissa Johnson is an invented name designed for the purpose of getting women to connect to her by the crooks that run website scams with “her” name utilizing the bait and switch swindle known as the link posting scam. Again, she does not exist. The story is always a fake single mother working from home. This trick of using phony stories about struggling moms who supposedly became successful by using the bogus business …
 

Online Money

Online Money Scam Review By David Harris Online Money, by Melissa Johnson and found at online-income-center.com, is another of those never-ending clone scam sites cooked up to take as much of your money as possible. The story of the Work From Home Mom who went from rags to riches is pure fiction made up to work on your emotions so that you get excited and inspired enough to sign up and give up your personal information along with your credit …
 

Home Job Manual

Home Job Manual – Scam Review by David Harris Home Job Manual, by Melissa Johnson and found at dailyconsumerjournals.com/jobsreport1, is one of the original “work from home” scams many of the other work from home mom sites point to – the one about the single mom that makes a (hard to believe) $8,000 a month working a few minutes a day at home on her computer. This one is the scam that looks like a news report site of some …
 

Home Based Business 7

Home Based Business 7 Scam Review By David Harris Home Based Business 7, by Melissa Johnson and found at jobscareersreport.com/FINANCE/Home-Income, is another of the infamous fake news sites. These are horrible work from home business scams that pop up and never seem to end as soon as the previous one is taken down. The Home Based Business 7 con involves the single mom that makes eight thousand dollars a month by just working about half an hour at home from …
 

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The Global Examiner

The Global Examiner – Scam Review by David Harris The Global Examiner, by “Heather Morris”, and often as “Melissa Johnson” and “Kim Swartz” and found at theglobal-examiner.com, is a fraud newsletter that ultimately leads to a scam we exposed last year. This is yet another tactic these thieves use to give an old link posting con a new paint job. The fake working mom’s name is constantly changed. Recently it was changed to Melissa Johnson. The runners of the scam …
 

Online Home Careers

Online Home Careers Scam Review by David Harris Ryan Stephens’ “Online Home Careers” is a complete scam.  It’s not just a copycat link posting scam – though it’s that too – but it’s also just another link in a chain of scams with different names leading you eventually to the same payment location. So in actuality, it’s all just one big scam. What Online Home Careers has going for it, is it’s “new”.  Well, of course not really new… but the names …
 

Home Jobs Revealed

Home Jobs Revealed – Scam Review Home Jobs Revealed, by Michelle Taylor and found at homejobmanual.com, is one of the original “work from home” scams many of the other work from home mom sites point to – the one about the single mom that makes a (hard to believe) $8,000 a month working a few minutes a day at home on her computer. This one goes right to homejobsmanual site full of extravagant claims and falsehoods. Home Jobs Revealed makes …
 

Power Seller University

Scam Preview – Preliminary Information Scam Business: Power Seller University Scam Owner: Sarah Wilson (fake name) Scam Website: edubusinesstraining.com (several domain names used for this scam) This is a carbon copy of a scam that has been duplicated by the dozens using the same content with different business and ownership names and essentially the same graphics. We know this type of scam well. Please do not purchase this “product”! Additional Info: PowerSeller University Stacy Stevens edubusinesstraining.com edubusinesstraining.com/m/index2_e101.php consumerlifereports.com/jo/?ii=nouaz consumerlifereports.com Power …
 

Smart Finance Daily

Smarter Finance Daily Scam Review by David Harris “Smarter Finance Daily” – or SF Daily, by Kim Swartz and found at http://smarter-finance-daily.net/1nvs/index.php and sf-daily.com/work1vs/index.php, is an ad posing as a fabricated newsletter that redirects you to a scam we’ve previously exposed: Work At Home Institute (NOT an institute!): https://wahinstitute.net/1nvs/index.php?t202kw=&s1=&sid=&p=&hid=&s2=wF16T6E55QPFMJSV0DJ3NNE8&ap=main and https://wahinstitute.net/3/index.php?t202kw=&s1=&sid=&p=&hid=&s2=wOBP97I1C893TJSV02GAAK6C&ap=main The fake news page stars a fictional working mother they call Kim Swartz, which has been manufactured to play on peoples’ emotions for a call to action. They change …
 
 
 
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