Scam Review

Home Income Kit

Overall Rating: SCAM
Type of Business: Link Posting Scam
Skill Level Needed: N/A
Income Potential: N/A
Recommended: No/Scam

Home Income Kit Scam Review

By David Harris

“Home Income Kit”, by Karen James and found at, is slightly different variation of the clone link posting scam sites, and I mean slightly. Most of the red flags are still there, don’t worry, they won’t disappoint.

This time, instead of the usual tired old overused fake news clip, “Secure Home Income Kit” has worked a new angle to make it seem more like a legitimate online from home business with a personal touch.

The scammers that run ‘Home Income Kit’ must have made enough money from the last scam clone site before this one to splurge on a voice-over actress to do the audio over the fake earnings statement video. The scammers are getting craftier, but we’re on to them, as always.

They still decided to use the generic stock photos on their fictional work from home mom, Karen James, though. Also the made up story to work on your emotions enough to get you to sign up and give up your info is there.

The fact that scammers don’t care enough to barely change the content in these scam sites makes “Home Income Kit” a sign that they are aware that people are getting wise to their schemes. Yet the news logos are still there to make you think they’re legit.

However, read the disclaimers to see that the news organizations do not endorse Home Income Kit. Keep reading the disclaimer to see that there are more alarming issues that their lawyers make them put in.

Things like, “who knows you may never make any money” are spewed out all over the disclaimer. Home Income Kit actually states in other ways that you won’t make money with them several times throughout it. They even admit that the fake mom truly is a fake mom.

So as long as you know that the real things to read are the actual slithery indemnifiers at the bottom, then you should know that everything you see elsewhere is pure fabrication.

Know also that there is no actual “job”, only what they call a work from home opportunity. Link posting involves more skills, time, effort and investment. Very few make any real money doing this, contrary to what Home Income Kit says on their website sales page.

Now, the nastiest thing that scams like “Home Income Kit” do is release the pack of aggressive salespeople on you to waste thousands more on business coaching programs that end up being useless.

Stay away from this scam, Home Income Kit, so as not to have to experience the financial heartbreak others have written to us about their own tragic tales.

I do not recommend “Home Income Kit”.

Thanks for reading…

– David


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