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Home Jobs Now

Home Jobs Now Scam Review by David Harris “Home Jobs Now”, by Kelly Scott and found at home-jobs-now.com, is a rip off website known as a link posting scam site. Many scams online use the fictional working single mother named Kelly Scott and they all look basically the same, except once in a while they change the stock photo.       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – Join Free Now! The Home Jobs Now site has a lot of …
 

Profit Streams Online

Profit Streams Online Scam Review by David Harris “Profit Stream Online”, found at profitstreamsonline.com, is a website made to rip people off through a well known scheme called the link posting scam. There are many scams online using the fictional working single mother named Kelly Scott and they all look basically the same, except once in a while they change the stock photo. The website has many red flags including the single working mom Kelly Scott and her fictional success …
 

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 …
 

Home Job Source

Home Job Source Review by David Harris “Home Job Source”, by Kelly Simmons and found at home-job-source.com, is a website that uses the con known as the “link posting” scam. It is fraught with a large number of warning signals, starting with the working mom “Kelly Simmons” who supposedly went from poor to rich using this program. She actually doesn’t exist in the real world, much less being America’s Number One Home Business Consultant. There’s no such thing as that …
 

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 …
 

Auto Home Profits

Auto Home Profits Review by David Harris Auto Home Profits by Shelly Davis and found at autohomeprofits.com, is another link posting scam designed to rip people off. They claim it was offered at $197 and is now $97 to join. But if you try to exit the site it will show a pop up that “discounts” the fee to $47. This is a typical ruse to get you intrigued. The fake working mom Shelly Davis is concocted to relate with …
 

My Home Business Mentor

My Home Business Mentor Review by David Harris “My Home Business Mentor” by Jessica Langford and found at today.monetizefromhome.com is a duplicated web site harboring the link posting scam. It uses every trick a scam can use, including the “rags to riches story” from fake work at home mother Jessica Langford. And the stock photo that is supposed to be her. The warning signs continue with news corporation logos of CNN, NBC, etc. Posted at the top of the site …
 

Home Job Placement

Home Job Placement by David Harris “Home Job Placement”, by Kelly Simmons and found at home-job-placement.com is a link posting scam. I’m saying it right from the start.       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – Join Free Now! The one changeless thing in this rip off site is that it looks exactly like all the other ones like it. So it’s easy for us to spot. The only things that change are the names, website links and the …
 

Online Income Profits

Online Income Profits Scam Review by David Harris “Online Income Profits”, by Derek Johnson and found at onlineincomeprofits.biz, is another variation of the old link posting scam. Link posting scams consist of posting ads online for clients who only pay you if someone clicks on your ad and buys something or becomes a lead or other payable action. It’s rare that it happens because most of the time people are wary of clicking on those little ad banners. That means …
 

Get More Free Time

Get More Free Time Review by David Harris “Get More Free Time”, by Kelly Simmons and found at get-more-free-time.com, is a rip-off web site using what’s known as the link posting scam. There are several design varieties of the scam, but the common clone design they use is of what’s known as the fake mom kind. This means that this is a particular type of scam that features the fictional story of a fake working mom whose name. And overused …
 
 
 
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