8 articles found for:
"advertorial"

 

World News Job and Employment Trends

World News Job and Employment Trends – Scam Review by David Harris “World News Job and Employment Trends”, by Raena Lynn, with a byline by nonexistent journalist Brian Price, and found at worldnews.com-jobs.news/adi, is another one of many link posting scams that use the fake news advertorial web design. An advertorial is a recent scammer phrase that denotes a hybrid of advertising sales copy and editorial news styled writing that makes you think you might be reading a news report. …
 

Financial Money Times

Financial Money Times – Scam Review by David Harris “Financial Money Times”, by Raena Lynn for Jeff Lerner and with a byline by fake reporter LeAnn Martin and found at ultimatelaptoplifestyle.com/news, is a fake news ad that goes by the advertorial gimmick for a link posting scam. Advertorials are duplicitous and utterly contemptible because the site’s design is made to look like some sort of news story. This infamous scammer tactic is contrived so people might think it’s an actual …
 

WAHC

WAHC by David Harris “WAHC”, by Emily Young and found at home-business-lifestyle.com/wahc, is a link posting scam that has several other scams working in cahoots. Starting with this fake self proclaimed “advertorial”, WAHC considers this like an ad/editorial, hence their moniker for this scam ad. Then, there is the redirect to “Earn At Home Club”, the real scam WAHC points you to, which previously sent you to Direct Online Income, Online Income and Work At Home Digital. Those scams, among …
 

Earn At Home Club

Earn At Home Club Scam Review by David Harris “Earn At Home Club”, by Jennifer Becker and found at http://earnathomeclub.com/rb/main.php, is a link posting scam that has many terrible issues. Earn At Home Club has been a real point of contention since they began their scam crusade. It is amazing that they have not yet been shut down. This scam, Earn At Home Club, among a host of other infamous scam names we’ve reviewed and exposed elsewhere on our site …
 

Work At Home Special Report

Work At Home Special Report | Scam Review by David Harris “Work At Home Special Report”, by Emily White, Kim Swartz, sometimes Melissa Johnson, and/or Mary Stevens, and found at theweeklyviral.com/res2/mnl.htm, weekly-jobs-report.com/landers/trv-ma/g/wfh/us/at53527/wjr/special-report.php, bettercareerpoint.com/lp/dsk/c/mnl.php, inwize.com/int/usa/nt.htm, upinfinance.com/int/usa/mel.htm, afternoonincome.com/lp/dsk/c/mnl.php, http://lifestyletribune.com, nycscope.com/res2/, theweeklyviral.com/d/tna.php, http://www.winnercareer.com/lp/c/bcam.php, nycscope.com/res2/bcad.htm and the latest, theweeklyviral.com/res2/mnl.htm, which now goes to Extreme Job Position, all with with a “byline” by fake reporter Amanda Winston, is a link posting scam with a sleazy news like angle. The scammers change the URL links constantly …
 

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. …
 

Home Lifestyle Report

Home Lifestyle Report Scam Review by David Harris “Home Lifestyle Report”, by Jennifer Becker, with a “byline” by faker reporter Amanda Winston, and found at news-reports-today.com/more_trends/index3.php, is a bad fake advertisement web site page made to look like a news editorial for a redirect to a link posting scam called Earn At Home Club. Starting with this fake self proclaimed “advertorial”, Home Lifestyle Report considers this like an ad/editorial, hence their moniker for this scam ad. Then, there is the …
 

Online Money Business News

Online Money Business News Scam Review by David Harris “Online Money Business News”, by Deborah Lee, sometimes Raena Lynn, with a “byline” by fake “writers” Michael Pearson, Faith Karimi and Joe Sutton, and found at onlinemoneybusinessnews.com, is a fake news website made to rip people off with the link posting scam. You’ll see many indications of a scam in the presentation page, starting with the fictional working mom Deborah Lee and her likewise fake success story. She doesn’t exist in …
 
 
 
 
 
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