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Weekly Marks

Weekly Marks Review by David Harris Weekly Marks found at weeklymarks.com, is a link posting scam, plain and simple, only now they have redesigned it to look like a leadership and career planning company website. I am not shocked at the way the scammers who run Weekly Marks have found a new way to peddle their dishonest product. But I am more concerned about the people who might fall for this wolf’s new sheep clothing. There are some dead giveaways, …
 

Power Seller University

Power Seller University Scam Review Scam Business: Power Seller University Scam Owner: Sarah Wilson (fake name) Scam Website: edubusinesstraining.com (several domain names used for this scam) This is a carbon copy of a scam that has been duplicated by the dozens using the same content with different business and ownership names and essentially the same graphics. We know this type of scam well. Please do not purchase this “product”! Known Scam names being used: PowerSeller University Stacy Stevens edubusinesstraining.com consumerlifereports.com …
 

Youngevity

Youngevity Review by David Harris “Youngevity” by Steve Wallach and found at youngevity.com, is an MLM, or multi-level marketing business opportunity. It uses nutritional products as its way of avoiding being labeled as a pyramid scheme. Having researched and reported on many MLMs, both scam and legit I look at certain factors to determine whether it is a real opportunity or not. One of the factors I look at is how high a markup is placed on the company products. …
 

WAHC

WAHC Review by David Harris “WAHC”, by Emily Young and found at home-business-lifestyle.com/wahc, is a link posting scam that has several other scams working in cahoots. Starting with this fake self proclaimed “advertorial”, WAHC considers this as an ad/editorial, hence their moniker for this scam ad. Then, there is the redirect to “Earn At Home Club”, the real scam WAHC points you to, which previously sent you to Direct Online Income, Online Income and Work At Home Digital. Those scams, …
 

Online Home Careers

Online Home Careers Scam Review by David Harris Ryan Stephens’ “Online Home Careers” is a complete scam.  It’s not just a copycat link posting scam – though it’s that too – but it’s also just another link in a chain of scams with different names leading you eventually to the same payment location. So in actuality, it’s all just one big scam. What Online Home Careers has going for it, is it’s “new”.  Well, of course not really new… but the names …
 

Instant Income From Home

Instant Income From Home Scam Review By David Harris “Instant Income From Home” by Anne Williams and found at mysecureebiz.com, is identical to all the other link posting scam sites that use the working mother on their front page as a shield to hide their swindling behind. If this is the first time you came across one of these, let me explain the main warning issues to look out for. First, you probably got an email message enticing you to …
 

Rebate Processor

Rebate Processor Review by David Harris “Rebate Processor”, by Debbie Teague and Andrew Gaswint and found at rebate-processors.info, is another rebate processing scam, as old as the internet, in a new package contrived to lure people looking to work from home. Rebate Processor claims that it places want ads to process rebates for their third party companies. However, they charge a fee to join, also claiming the fee is to discourage those who are not serious. Rebate Processor claims, also …
 

Home Lifestyle Report

Home Lifestyle Report Scam Review by David Harris “Home Lifestyle Report”, by Jennifer Becker, with a “byline” by faker reporter Amanda Winston, and found at news-reports-today.com/more_trends/index3.php, is a bad fake advertisement web site page made to look like a news editorial for a redirect to a link posting scam called Earn At Home Club. Starting with this fake self proclaimed “advertorial”, Home Lifestyle Report considers this like an ad/editorial, hence their moniker for this scam ad. Then, there is the …
 

Smart Finance Daily

Smarter Finance Daily Review by David Harris “Smarter Finance Daily” – or SF Daily, by “Kim Swartz” and found at news5daily.com is an ad posing as a fabricated newsletter that redirects you to a scam we’ve previously exposed: Work At Home Institute (Is NOT an institute!):       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – Join Free Now! The fake news page stars a fictional working mother they call Kim Swartz, which has been manufactured to play on peoples’ emotions …
 
 
 
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