My Home Income System
|Type of Business:||Social Media Marketing Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
My Home Income System
by David Harris
“My Home Income System”, is actually several clone scam sites, two of which I found are owned by Andreas Shiindi at http://www.123richlife.com/web/index.html and Philip Jenkins at my-home-income-system.com and who knows how many others are out there.
You would be quite challenged to find anything useful online about My Home Income System because there is really nothing to this product, including an affiliate program or mlm business opportunity.
My Home Income System’s claim that you can make over $2,500 a week with no skills needed nor selling anything is quite a boast, especially when they claim it will be by creating Facebook pages.
I can tell you that I haven’t found a way, or for that matter, anyone who has found a way to make that kind of money on Facebook without selling products.
Also, My Home Income System says you can earn it in a matter of minutes after setting up a page. This is not accurate information, and it is most likely the hype to entice you to spend $20 dollars on this flawed system.
Marketing on Facebook is difficult enough as it is, and it can even take years to build a successful campaign with a page that has actual products in hot niches.
This is because you will need a huge following to attract anyone in social media. Investment in buying mass ‘likes’, viral methods, advertising and other components is also crucial.
The claim of fortunes to be made by My Home Income System is outrageous, and if it were true, there would be huge amounts of people singing its virtues. Nobody is really saying anything positive about it online.
This is a waste of your money if you don’t hurry and try to get it back within seven days. I found a few complaints that My Home Income System failed to return some peoples’ money.
My Home Income System is just a clone scam they sell to people who would be in competition using the same exact junk nobody will be interested in.
I found two exact sites with different “owners” listed. Imagine all the poor suckers out there trying to make this clone dog work.
Incidentally, I couldn’t find anything on any of these ‘owners’ reputations anywhere online. No credibility whatsoever.
Avoid My Home Income System at all costs, unless you like throwing your precious twenty bucks down the drain.
Thanks for reading…
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