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Univera

Univera Review By David Harris “Univera”, by Bill Lee and found at univera.com, is yet another health fruit drink multi-level marketing / MLM business out there hoping to get you to buy their product and bring more people in, usually family and friends. I want to make one thing clear. We are not here to make friends with scammers, we’re here to save you money. That said – MLM is something we seldom recommend here, and Univera is no exception. …
 

Send Earnings

Send Earnings Review by David Harris “Send Earnings” is a paid emails/surveys website service company owned by InboxDollars Corp., that provides ways to make a little extra income through reading emails, taking surveys, playing online games, etc. Send Earnings claims they will pay you $5 just for signing up with them, but it will take a couple months before you see it. In fact, ‘Send Earnings’ will only pay you 2 cents per email that you read by opening up …
 

Project Income Club

Project Income Club – Scam Review Project Income Club by Paul Jenkins and found at projectincomeclub.com is a dubious site by a man who is riddled with many online complaints from many of his other sites as well as this one. First let’s talk about what this site does or is supposed to do for you and your money. Then I’ll discuss the issues with the owner’s history of questionable practices. The product involved in selling, and in the affiliate …
 

ECN Research

ECN Research – Business Review ECN Research by Cotter Industries and found at ecnresearch.com claims they are a paid surveys site, and paid offer site. Normally I would describe what they do right from the start. However, there are so many complaints and rip- off reports online that I have to give you the warning immediately. Several companies use the name and website ECN Research as a way to collect email addresses and worse. One con group will bombard you …
 

The 7 Day Cash Test

The 7 Day Test – Scam Review The 7 Day Test, by Jean and Randy Jett found at the7daytest.com, is a long running scam that is so problematic and frustrating that many unhappy customers have filed complaints about them everywhere online. This team of scammers at “The 7 Day Test” has their game pretty well figured out. They take your money, put it in an interest growing account, and in exchange give you a worthless duplicate content website that won’t …
 

Real Translator Jobs

Real Translator Jobs Scam Review by David Harris “Real Translator Jobs“, found at realtranslatorjobs.com, is a website that ideally should serve as a go between with their database of companies in need of people looking for work as freelance translators. However, there are many customer complaints with “Real Translator Jobs” about problems with this service that will be addressed here. For starters, their claim of making up to $500 a day with Real Translator Jobs is highly unlikely. Another red …
 

Anthony Morrison Success Academy

Anthony Morrison Success Academy – Scam Review Anthony Morrison Success Academy by Anthony Morrison, found at successwithanthony.com, is Morrison’s vehicle for his own wealth growth – not so much yours. There are valid reasons why this man gets loads of negative press, complaints and bad reviews. The product Anthony Morrison Success Academy purports to sell on the site is downright laughable. In his infomercials, he offers books which claim tell you secrets to making millions overnight, and he sells them …
 

Global Pro System

Global Pro System – Business Entry By David Harris Global Pro System, found at mygpsoffice.com, is another multi level marketing business that chooses to put the product out in the back yard and the recruitment process as its main focus. The product is a line of energy drinks known as Vemma. The amounts of complaints and rip off reports about this business are endless and far outweigh the company shills’ attempts to dissuade you from staying away from doing business …
 

UpWorkPTR

UpWorkPTR by David Harris “UpWorkPTR”, found at UpWorkPTR.com, one of the worst ‘Paid To Read’ scams out there. There is no doubt about it. The sea of online complaints I found told much about their shady practices. You must beware any paid to read site that claims they will pay $50 to read one item. The majority of honest sites offer 1 to 3 cents per email read. UpWorkPTR charges as much as $200 to join and that is also …
 

Ipoll

iPoll Review By David Harris “iPoll”, also known as “Survey Head” and found at ipoll.com, is a “get paid to take surveys” website with more complaints from aggravated users registered online than I’ve ever seen on any other surveys site, and that is saying something. We will explore why that is in this review. Right off the bat, either iPoll or its agents have publicly claimed that someone’s going around cheating people out of their money by using the name …
 
 
 
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