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"James Sholes"

 

Evergreen Wealth Formula

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review by David Harris | Updated on September 05, 2022, at 9:41 AM: Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 is from James Sholes and found at EWFormula.com. It’s an awesome place to quickly learn how to get a large volume of traffic that converts into sales. Potentially making you $15,000 to $30,000 or more per month. Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 has a lot of information on every facet of running an online business. Yet they teach it in …

 

Karen James

Karen James Scam Review by David Harris Karen James, is not a real person involved in the online marketing world, except in a fictional way on the scam Home Income Kit. Karen James Home Income Kit is only one of several scams that use the bait and switch con we call the link posting scam under her name. Here are a few others we have reviewed under this fake person’s name, Karen James: Home Income Kit Consumers Review Journal Home …

 

Consumers Review Journal

Consumers Review Journal Scam Review by David Harris “Consumers Review Journal”, by Kim Swartz and Karen James and found at consumers-review-journal.com, is a recent working mother scam that has changed the usual look of design to try and throw you off their scent. We know better. The ploy is the old link posting scam dressed in a new suit, which is also tied to their other scheme they call Paid On Vacation found at paidonvacation.com. Consumers Review Journal has all …

 

Internet Cash Commissions

Internet Cash Commissions Scam Review By David Harris Internet Cash Commissions, by Karen James and found at home-revenue-center.com, is a rehash of the work from home mom scams we never seem to get done exposing. You would think we get tired of trying to shut down the endless parade of the same con job with a different “company name” at the top of the same clone site as the last one but we won’t rest until the day everybody gets …

 

Crush Your Job

Crush Your Job a Scam? Crush Your Job by James Brown and Stuart Stirling, found at crushyourjob.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of Crush Your Job, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Crush Your Job“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “Crush Your Job” …

 

Click Cash Commissions

Click Cash Commissions Review by David Harris “Click Cash Commissions” by Jessica James and Mike Auton and found at clickcashcommissions.com, is an affiliate marketing training program that promises nothing more unusual or special than any other system out there. The training Click Cash Commissions provides is not a complete package. It’s very basic and, the methods they teach are useless, especially the outdated Facebook and other social media tips. Click Cash Commissions also claims that their system of attaining traffic …

 

Paid On Vacation

Paid On Vacation Scam Review By David Harris Paid On Vacation, by Karen James and found at paidonvacation.com, is a slightly different variation of the clone link posting scam sites. What I mean by that is that it

 

Home Job Manual

Home Job Manual – Scam Review by David Harris Home Job Manual, by Melissa Johnson and found at dailyconsumerjournals.com/jobsreport1, is one of the original “work from home” scams many of the other work from home mom sites point to – the one about the single mom that makes a (hard to believe) $8,000 a month working a few minutes a day at home on her computer. This one is the scam that looks like a news report site of some …

 

Smart Finance Daily

Smarter Finance Daily Review by David Harris Smarter Finance Daily by Kim Swartz is found at news5daily.com is an ad posing as a fabricated newsletter. It redirects you to a scam we’ve previously exposed. Work At Home Institute is NOT an institute! The fake news page stars a fictional working mother they call Kim Swartz, which has been manufactured to play on peoples’ emotions for a call to action. They change up the name from time to time, sometimes using …