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Financial Independence Academy

Financial Independence Academy Review by David Harris “Financial Independence Academy”, by AB Anderson and found at financialindependenceacademy.com is not an academy of any kind. The scammers operating this scheme won’t just NOT teach or help you ways to make money online. But they run a racket called the link posting scam. This scam is based on the longest-running bait and switch con since the internet was invented. Financial Independence Academy claims it’s a “unique work from home business opportunity”. It’s …
 

Auto Home Profits

Auto Home Profits Review by David Harris Auto Home Profits by Shelly Davis and found at autohomeprofits.com, is another link posting scam designed to rip people off. They claim it was offered at $197 and is now $97 to join. But if you try to exit the site it will show a pop up that “discounts” the fee to $47. This is a typical ruse to get you intrigued. The fake working mom Shelly Davis is concocted to relate with …
 

Home Wealth Remedy

Home Wealth Remedy Review by David Harris “Home Wealth Remedy” by A.B. Anderson and found at homewealthremedy.com is a link posting scam. We’ll explain what that is momentary. The scammers who run this con doesn’t really show you anyway to make money online. And they use a fake character to dupe you. This scam is one of the oldest running bait and switch swindles and has been around since the birth of the internet. Home Wealth Remedy throws hype statements …
 

Automated Daily Income

Automated Daily Income Review by David Harris “Automated Daily Income” (ADI), by Raena Lynn and found at automateddailyincome.com, is a recent addition to the evil pantheon of link posting scam clone websites polluting the internet. These sites offer the same designs with small variations like company name and URL link changes, and of course, the fictional single working moms’ names. Automated Daily Income happens to use a character named Raena Lynn, and to further the lie, the scammers have put …
 

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 …
 
 
 
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