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Michelle Robinson

Michelle Robinson Scam Review by David Harris “Michelle Robinson” is a fictional persona created to make people, especially working mothers, to feel inspired by her phony story made up by the crooks that run website scams that use the bait and switch con game known as the link posting scam. The story is always a fake single mother who becomes successful by working from home through very questionable online marketing business opportunities. This scheme works for the scammers in multiple …
 

Replace Your Job

Replace Your Job Scam Review by David Harris “Replace Your Job”, by Kelly Simmons and found at replace-your-job.com/gm, is a rip off website known as a link posting scam. Replace Your Job, however, is a copied design from prior duplicate scam websites the scammers keep putting out as soon as the current ones are exposed. Chances are that Replace Your Job sent you an email message in your spam box and you found this review to see if they area …
 

Donald Trump Work From Home Scam

Donald Trump Work From Home Scam Review by David Harris “Donald Trump Work From Home Scam”, found at weeklyhomebusinesstrends.com/cnn_success and other revolving links such as cnnnews.today, is a link posting scam that uses Donald Trump’s images and quotes without his authorization. As if things aren’t bad enough in this political climate, the scammers that run internet marketing scams are now using one of the most polarizing presidential candidates as their mouthpiece.       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – …
 

Cash From Home

Cash From Home Review by David Harris Cash From Home, by Cynthia Sprinter (formerly Mary Rogers) and found at securebusinesssites.com, is a website created to swindle you out of your money through a con game known as the link posting scam. There are so many red flags in this scam, including the single working mom Mary Rogers and her so-called success story.       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – Join Free Now! For one, she does not exist …
 

Todays Online Review

Todays Online Review Scam Review by David Harris “Todays Online Review”, by Theresa Andrews, with a “byline” by fake reporter Jason Goodman and found at news todays-online-review.com, is a horrible tactic scammers use frequently to give the scam site the appearance of a news editorial. The fake news site then points to some awful scam site that lures people into wasting their money. This time it goes to Cash From Home which uses a fake working mom name, Mary Rogers. …
 

Net Income Source

Net Income Source Review by David Harris “Net Income Source”, found at netincomesource.com, is a scam website with a new and different design than the usual suspects, but it is still known as the link posting scam. This recent alternate website design is a new twist on the old scam sites with the fake working mom story everyone has most likely seen by now, and that is a clear reason for the change up. So now, it is the same …
 

Daily Web Biz

Daily Web Biz Scam Review by David Harris “Daily Web Biz” by Cami White and found at dailywebbiz.com is a link posting scam. We will show you the many red flags that make up the Daily Web Biz website scam. Including the single working mom Cami White and her story of rags to riches.       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – Join Free Now! All is fake on this site. Cami White, who doesn’t exist in real life, …
 

Bobbie Robinson Work At Home Program

Bobbie Robinson Work At Home Program Review by David Harris “Bobbie Robinson Work At Home Program”, by Bobbie Robinson and found at wahprogram.com, is a terrible link posting scam. The link posting scams that point to it are of the fake mom sales gimmick variety and the fake ads posing as news articles. To the unsuspecting newcomer, they both look real and fall for it instantly due to a desperate need to work online from home with internet marketing. Some …
 

Aspire - Digital Altitude

Aspire – Digital Altitude Review by David Harris “Aspire – Digital Altitude”, by Michael Force and found at aspir.me, is a questionable marketing and traffic generation training system that claims they will make you successful in 6 steps to 6 figures, as their hype claims. In reality, all Aspire is really about is just one component of several designed to train you to sell and set up a downline recruitment business for the Multi-Level Marketing company called Digital Altitude. As …
 

MobileXpression

MobileXpression Review by David Harris | Updated on January 25, 2022 at 11:29 AM: MobileXpression.com is an online mobile market research panel created to collect consumer usage and opinions about mobile internet apps and websites. This information is gathered for companies that use the research for adjusting and improving marketing plans that target people who use mobile phones. Eligibility includes being 18 years old and up. And you must own a qualified mobile smart phone from a participating mobile phone …
 
 
 
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