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Theresa Andrews

Theresa Andrews Scam Review By David Harris “Theresa Andrews”, 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. ‘Theresa Andrews’ is used quite often, and each time we and others expose the fraud, the scammers put up another new scam site, …

 

Consumer Trends Today

Consumer Trends Today Review by David Harris Consumer Trends Today, by Megan Carlson and sometimes Theresa Andrews, Melissa Johnson or the fake name of the day. And found at consumer-trends-today.com, consumer-trends.net, or maybe some other link with similar names. This is with a byline by Mary Corbett, Charles Meyers, or some other made-up name. This is yet another fake news today site advertisement page for an awful link posting scam trap called Online Cash Commissions. Or other various names that …

 

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. …

 

Finance Reports

Finance Reports Scam Review by David Harris Finance Reports, by Jen Frazier, sometimes Kelly Frazier, and on other clone pages by Kelly Richards or Theresa Andrews and found at onlinefinancialreports.com/F0038no/finance.php, consumersfinancereport.com, http://topworldnews-2015.org/?2/1/?-response.video.avi and financereportsweb.com, rears its ugly “work from home mom” head yet again. Finance Reports is a clone scam sites. Nothing at all changed here, not even the logo this time. They rename the clone site every few months, or once the scam is blown, so they can keep …