|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Alyssa Jensen Scam Review
By David Harris
Alyssa Jensen is a conjured up millionaire author the link posting scams often point to when the fake working mothers talk about their success with these awful fraud websites.
Alyssa Jensen is used often enough to seem as if it’s a real person, but I’ve searched for a real person by that name.
The only real ones I found by that name are a high school volley ball player, a recent college grad, and a newlywed.
Not a single Alyssa Jensen exists with the dubious title of “America’s number one home business consultant”, which is as ridiculous as it sounds.
These sites use a fake work from home mother, usually single, in order to work on strong feelings of those who might feel a connection to the character.
This gets unsuspecting newcomers to sign up and enter into a nightmare when they give up their credit card information.
These are several of the scams we’ve reviewed using the name Alyssa Jensen:
Power Seller University –
Power Income University –
Point and Click Profit –
Michelle Taylor’s Home Jobs Revealed –
Home Jobs Revealed –
Fortune Home Profit –
Fortune Education 365 –
Fortune Agency Online –
Access Easy Home Income –
Sites like this change their URL links as soon as they’re exposed, but the site and name are always the same.
It’s as if they know that we see them as the scam they are, yet they don’t care.
The name Alyssa Jensen will be used many times long after I expose this con of fake working mom scams.
They do considerable harm and I continue to strongly warn you to stay far away from any website that uses her name as soon as I fiond them.
The con is called the link posting scam, which is a basic bait and switch trick that gets you to give up your credit card information so these criminals can proceed to swindle you out of as much money as they can.
So many people write to us about the Alyssa Jensen scams robbing them of as much as tens of thousands of dollars! Learn from them and do not repeat their mistakes.
Usually, the name Alyssa Jensen is placed in a phony website that looks suspiciously like a news report.
Always, the news logos are placed at the top of these scams to make them look legitimate, and they use phony lofty sounding job titles lie search engine agent program and other empty names.
Please read our reviews of the scams listed above for details on how the scams work, and do avoid these scams.
Thanks for reading…
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