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Pay Per Post

Pay Per Post a Scam or Legit? Pay Per Post by IZEA Innovation, found at payperpost.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of Pay Per Post, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Pay Per Post“. 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 “Pay Per Post” completed …
 

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 …
 

American Consumer Opinion

American Consumer Opinion Review by David Harris American Consumer Opinion found at acop.com, is a survey panel created by Decision Analyst in 1986 as a mail survey panel that went online in 1996. Decision Analyst has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, which is a positive sign. It is free to join American Consumer Opinion. Despite the name, they are open to members from all over the world. The compensation system is point-based, with 100 points equaling $1. …
 

Wealthy Affiliate

Wealthy Affiliate Review by David Harris Kyle and Carson, also known as the Wealthy Affiliates started out online over 15 years ago. They did that with absolutely no experience in Internet marketing and very little money available to get started. By the end of 2003, they were able to create huge success online and in 2005 they launched Wealthy Affiliate to teach people exactly how to do it. Making money on the Internet is not a get rich overnight scheme. …
 

People String

What “People String” has to say about itself – PeopleString ‘Where You Own the Web’. It is the new wave in relationship and social communities; it has the Creativity, Culture, Expressive Forums and places to meet new people and network; but now it combines all that with giving you a share in the revenues that are created by the users of the website. The ‘other’ social sites keep all of the money for themselves and never give any to their …
 

Dot Com Secrets

Dot Com Secrets Review by David Harris “Dot Com Secrets”, by Russell Brunson and found at dotcomsecrets.com, is an internet marketing training system. While it does show you how to run your own online business, there are a number of red flags to watch out for. First, I’m always wary of marketing sites that show off mansions, fancy cars, and yachts to lure you in. Real businesses that have their own websites don’t really need to use this ridiculous ploy. …
 

Next Job at Home

Next Job at Home Review by David Harris Next Job at Home found at nextjobathome.com and owned by NGM Media LLC and Isaac Klein, is a fairly new company set up to supposedly help you find telecommuting jobs. It is free to register on the actual website. The jobs, however, are another issue altogether. On one hand, there are so many complaints about Next Job at Home that we here at ScamXposer just had to look into it to see …
 

Bux To

BuxTo Review by David Harris “BuxTo”, also known as Bux Group, created by David John Withers and found at Bux.To, is a Paid To Click website scam so chock-full of massive amounts of complaints about their service that it caught our attention for review. Some angry users have gone as far as calling BuxTo an evil money laundering scam as well as an elaborate money siphoning scheme and other remarks with stronger expletives spread liberally through their complaints registered online. …
 

Income Masters Institute

Scam Review – Income Masters Institute This is another version of Online Profit Masters making its rounds again. With very little change, it is another work at home link posting scam that offers very little for your investment. These types of online businesses often change names and constantly change their products as well as their spokesperson. They also alter their fake news sites that promote their goods. Income Masters Institute, like the many others they put out, flat out lies …
 

Real Writing Jobs

Real Writing Jobs Scam Review by David Harris Real Writing Jobs, by Isaac Klein and found at realwritingjobs.com, is a website that provides freelance writers links to writing jobs. It acts as a go-between for writers and companies in need of content writers. However, Real Writing Jobs is a bit misleading. This really only offers posts you can already find on the free freelancer sites. RealWritingJobs does not offer you much of anything else except some outdated training videos. I …
 
 
 
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