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Michelle Robinson Scam Review
by David Harris
“Michelle Robinson” is a fictional persona created to make people, especially working mothers, to feel inspired by her phony story made up by the crooks that run website scams that use the bait and switch con game known as the link posting scam.
The story is always a fake single mother who becomes successful by working from home through very questionable online marketing business opportunities.
This scheme works for the scammers in multiple evil revenue streams, so that is why they will never stop perpetrating this affiliate marketing con.
One, your info is sold to third party clients who will bombard you with endless spam. Two, the basic monthly charges to the credit or bank card you give them.
Three, the boiler room sales people go after you aggressively to get you to spend hundreds if not thousands more on useless products and services.
Four, once they do get your banking info, they tale money out of your card without your knowledge or authorization as hidden fees until you get wise to them.
The fake single working mom, Michelle Robinson, and other fake mom names they come up with sell the scam.
Many people looking for an online home business they can make money with come upon these Michelle Robinson scams fall for the story, and lose a lot of money.
They only end up more broke and possibly overdrawn than before they signed up with no chance of getting refunds.
Michelle Robinson is trotted out frequently, and each time we and others expose the fraud, the scammers put up new scam sites using her name.
Try to find a real person by that name and all you will see is an artist, a pregnant YouTube toddler tips vlogger, and Mrs. Obama’s maiden name, but no real live person in the field of online marketing.
You will definitely not find a single thing about any “America’s number one internet business consultant”, “expert” or whatever nonsense name the scammers come up with.
Below are just some among many scams that use the fake name Michelle Robinson:
Extreme Home Profits
Home Career Starter
Ultimate Home Profits
Work At Home Cash
Work At Home Edu
Sadly, the scammers who run these sites change their URL links and scam names quite often the moment they’re exposed so it’s difficult for authorities to go after them.
The site design, though always remains the same, as if letting us know that they know that even though we see them as the scam they are, they don’t really care.
Michelle Robinson will be in other clone sites long after I expose this scam and I will keep on finding them and letting you know to stay clear from any of those online marketing scam websites that use her name.
The link posting scam is a basic bait and switch con job that gets you to surrender your credit card information to these criminals.
They then go about draining you out of your money through larcenous means.
Many people write to us about the Michelle Robinson scams that have swindled them for as much as tens of thousands of dollars. Learn from them and do not repeat their mistakes.
The Michelle Robinson scams always use network news logos at the top of the first pages to make them seem like a respectable product, however, the disclaimers at the bottom tell you they had no authorization to use them.
Also, look out for lofty sounding phony certification titles such as search engine agent and wealth development certification program as no such things exist in the marketing world.
You can read our reviews of the scams listed above on how those scams work in detail, so as not to get ripped off.
Thanks for reading…
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