Scam Review
 

Web Fortune Master

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

Web Fortune Master Scam Review

By David Harris

Web Fortune Master, by Sally Brown and found at webfortunemaster.com/wah97 is a scam link posting website, a deception to defraud you of your money by posing as a business opportunity. Nothing you will see on this site is true in any way, shape or form.

Here we explain in detail the terrible scam that is “Web Fortune Master” and its bag of dirty tricks. We start with the fake mom with the fake name, Sally Brown and the stock photo they use as her likeness. In fact, “Web Fortune Master” is a clone scam that has reproduced so often that we may never finish our job of taking them down.

There are so many of these and the content of the site always remain unchanged. You will see different business and ownership names but the same graphics, stories and comments will remain untouched. The fictional story and the phony check and calculations of how much one can allegedly make that you see on so many of the other clone scam sites are all there.

Ignore the news clip video that is strangely enough totally unrelated to the actual website or product that Web Fortune Master represents. It is intentionally chosen as it is vague enough so that they can plaster it on all their other similar scam sites. Sadly, desperate people looking for an easy way to make money online are still getting roped in.

Truth is that ‘Web Fortune Master’ is just a money pit that will never ever make anyone but the perpetrators of this scam. It is a vehicle for their boiler room to reel in anyone gullible enough to buy the tens of thousands of dollars worth of worthless “business coaching” consultations that ultimately never teach you anything of value.

Web Fortune Master won’t help you make any money by posting links. In fact it’s very difficult to make much with this strategy. All they want is as much your money as you will allow yourself to get talked into giving them, so – don’t give it to them.

Do not be fooled by the fancy fake titles they’ll throw at you, like, “you’ll become an ‘Internet Wealth Expert’ in no time”.

Web Fortune Master uses bogus certification type names like “Wealth Development Certification Program” in an effort to convince (trick) prospective buyers that the program is legitimate when it couldn’t be any further from it as well as nonsensical “official” names such as “certification program “.

Web Fortune Master not only uses aggressive salespeople to get you to waste your money on useless coaching programs but it also has a history of not giving refunds back and is not to be trusted, so please stay away from this awful scam.

As for the other “Web Fortune Master”…

Web Fortune Master, by Jessica Bradley and found at webfortunemaster.com is a fake affiliate marketing site, full of fabricated misinformation masquerading as a business opportunity claiming that anyone can make a lot of money just by posting links. What’s also bad is they have roped in a spokesperson that looks like a respectable businessperson, but looks can be deceiving.

Angela Bussio is by now well known for throwing her hat into the crooked ring of Phillip Gannuscia, who is constantly under investigation by the authorities going back years and years. Anything Angela Bussio endorses should be taken with a grain of salt. Bussio’s trustworthiness is seriously questionable.

Even though Angela Bussio’s own website does not advertise Web Fortune Master and she seems to be running a legitimate business herself, we nevertheless contacted Bussio’s office for comment. Angela Bussio’s representatives tell us they are involved with the scams she endorses, but yet they claim that she’s unaware that the scammers that pay for her endorsement are indeed crooked.

We informed them that unless she distances her name from the, we have no choice but to mention her involvement. It is unfortunate that Angela Bussio continues to endorse these scams because she seems to be running a legitimate business herself and is only continuing to ruin her reputation by supporting scams like “Web Fortune Master” and the many other scams she allows (compensated) them to put her name on.

Back to the actual scam “Web Fortune Master” and its bag of dirty tricks. We start with the fake mom with the fake name, stock photos and story – and end with the phony check and calculations of how much one can allegedly make you see on so many of the other clone scam sites.

Ignore the video of Angela Bussio and her litany of gobbledygook that is strangely enough totally unrelated to the actual website or product that Web Fortune Master represents. It is intentionally vague so that they can plaster it on all their other similar scam sites.

Truth is that Web Fortune Master is just a money pit that will never ever make anyone but the operators of this scam. It is a vehicle for their boiler room to reel in anyone gullible enough to buy the tens of thousands of dollars worth of worthless “business coaching” consultations that ultimately never teach you anything of value.

Web Fortune Master won’t help you make any money with link posting. In fact it’s very difficult to make much with this strategy. All they want is as much your money as you will allow yourself to get talked into giving them, so – don’t give it to them.

I do not recommend “Web Fortune Master”.

Thanks for reading…

– David

 

 

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Thanks Dave, I almost sent my hard earned money to these people. I very much appreciate what your doing here.
Bruce B.

 

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