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37 Clicks

37 Clicks Scam Review by David Harris “37 Clicks”, by Kelly Scott and found at 37clickssp.secureonlinehost.com, is a recent entry into the affiliate marketing scams known as a link posting scam. 37 Clicks is disguised as a business opportunity claiming that anyone can make a lot of money just by posting advertising links. There are many things wrong with 37 Clicks, but at the start is the fictional single working mom Kelly Scott and phony story created to work on …
 

Kelly Scott

Kelly Scott Scam Review by David Harris “Kelly Scott”, is a fictitious name for website scams that use the bait and switch con we call the link posting scam. It is a fake work from home trick that uses phony stories about fictional single mothers who supposedly became successful by using the bogus business being peddled online. Kelly Scott is used quite often, and each time we and others expose the fraud, the scammers put up another new scam site, …
 

Income Institute Connect

Income Institute Connect – Scam Review Income Institute Connect, is yet another new work at home scam, this time using the alias of Natalie Allen, a fake “#1 home job consultant in America,” however, this one is a French job (as in heist), by Walter Korsevo, from Orsay France. The domain incomeinstituteconnect.com was created on June 13, 2012, which makes me wonder how someone in the U.S. can be able to contact them. Once in a while a home work …
 

My Online Income System

My Online Income System Scam Review by David Harris My Online Income System by Kimberly Hoffman tells you it’s a simple inexpensive advertisement link posting training program. That is the basic lure. You will want to stay away from this kind of business. Their agents’ job is to “upsell” customers into more expensive “coaching” programs that promise very little in return – and certainly not a return on your investment. It is the kind of thing that companies like these do. …
 

Real Online Income

Real Online Income – Scam or Legit? | Reviews Real Online Income, found at realinconline.com and ‘owned’ by Michelle Starr is yet another in the long parade of online marketing scams. It is the typical fake ‘news logos’ site you see everywhere, but not really endorsed or seen on these TV channels. Michelle Starr, a fictitious person I did not find anywhere, claims “Real Online Income” helps you make as much as $379 a day without needing skills or experience. …
 

Secure Job Position

Secure Job Position Review by David Harris “Secure Job Position”, by Kelly Simmons and found at secure-job-position.com and secure-job-position.com, is a link posting scam site. It is so full of red flags and outright lies that you’ll be scratching your head as to how the internet keeps letting them get away with it. The lies begin with the website’s name. It is neither secure nor a job position. Nor will anyone ever make money with this scam. Every site like …
 

Contenu

Contenu Review by David Harris This is no longer available. I’m going to give you a full rundown of exactly what Contenu.com is all about. If you have a website or are thinking about starting a website, you need content. A lot of content. It gets old really fast having to come up with new content on a regular basis, 2 to 3 articles per week at a minimum… and that’s if you only have 1 website. I’ve got better …
 
 
 
 
 
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