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Internet Money Path

Internet Money Path Scam Review By David Harris “Internet Money Path”, found at internetmoneypath.com, is identical in every way to other link posting scam traps you get in your email inbox every week. You know the ones they claim you will make hundreds of dollars a day with their system. Scam sites like Internet Money Path are designed to con you into signing up and giving them your credit card info, by letting you think it’s about actual job leads. …
 

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 Income Path

Internet Income Path Scam Review By David Harris “Internet Income Path”, found at internetincomepath.com, is a link posting scam site made to look as if it’s a site where you can search for a real employment position. Sadly, may newcomers get taken by similar sites. Internet Income Path is an exact carbon copy of the infamous work from home scam sites, and it is designed to trick people into signing up, thinking they will get actual job leads. All the …
 

Alyssa Jensen

Alyssa Jensen Scam Review By David Harris Alyssa Jensen is a conjured up millionaire author the link posting scams often point to when the fake working mothers talk about their success with these awful fraud websites. Alyssa Jensen is used often enough to seem as if it’s a real person, but I’ve searched for a real person by that name. The only real ones I found by that name are a high school volley ball player, a recent college grad, …
 

Kelly Scott

Kelly Scott Scam Review by David Harris “Kelly Scott”, is a fictitious name for website scams that use the bait and switch con we call the link posting scam. It is a fake work from home trick that uses phony stories about fictional single mothers who supposedly became successful by using the bogus business being peddled online. Kelly Scott is used quite often, and each time we and others expose the fraud, the scammers put up another new scam site, …
 

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 …
 

Autopilot Income System

Autopilot Income System Scam Review Scam Owner: Robert Armstrong (fake name) Scam Website: autopilotincomesystem.org (several domain names used for this scam) and it now redirects you to wahinstitute.com, a very horrible link posting scam! Autopilot Income System 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 website graphics. Autopilot Income System from Robert Armstrong found at autopilotincomesystem.org is touted as “A …
 

Work At Home Cash

Work At Home Cash Scam Review by David Harris “Work At Home Cash”, by Michelle Robinson (formerly posted as fake mom Melissa Mayer) and found at wahrev.com/secret (recently changed from workathome.cash), is another link posting scam just exactly like all the others built to rip you off. Work At Home Cash is a clone website scam full of fabrications and misdirection. We start at the top with the misleading news logos whose corporations neither authorized use of them nor endorse …
 

Income Institute Connect

Income Institute Connect – Scam Review Income Institute Connect, is yet another new work at home scam, this time using the alias of Natalie Allen, a fake “#1 home job consultant in America,” however, this one is a French job (as in heist), by Walter Korsevo, from Orsay France. The domain incomeinstituteconnect.com was created on June 13, 2012, which makes me wonder how someone in the U.S. can be able to contact them. Once in a while a home work …
 

Stay at Home Revenue

Stay at Home Revenue – Scam or Legit? | Reviews Scam Owner: Michelle Withrow (fake name) Scam Website: stayathomerevenue.com (several domain names used for this scam) “Stay at Home Revenue” 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. ‘Stay at Home Revenue’ found at stayathomerevenue.com from Michelle Withrow is touted as “A legitimate, proven, and easy work at home …
 
 
 
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