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EZ Daily Cash Generator

EZ Daily Cash Generator Scam Review by David Harris “EZ Daily Cash Generator”, by Jim Carpenter and found at ezdailycashgenerator.com, is an affiliate link posting program that is questionable at best. There are many of these kinds of affiliate marketing scams going around and we do our best to expose them. When researching EZ Daily Cash Generator, I found so many complaints about them that I realized this is nothing but hype. First, they ask for $49 to join, which …
 

Earn Part Time Jobs

Earn Part Time Jobs Review by David Harris “Earn Part Time Jobs”, found at earnparttimejobs.com, is one of the many affiliate marketing scam websites that have some nasty tricks up their sleeve. Earn Part Time Jobs appears to have a more authentic look to their website design than your average scam but don’t be fooled. Their con initially involves getting as much of your personal information as possible which Earn Part Time Jobs sells to their clients who will inundate …
 

37 Clicks

37 Clicks Scam Review by David Harris “37 Clicks”, by Kelly Scott and found at 37clickssp.secureonlinehost.com, is a recent entry into the affiliate marketing scams known as a link posting scam. 37 Clicks is disguised as a business opportunity claiming that anyone can make a lot of money just by posting advertising links. There are many things wrong with 37 Clicks, but at the start is the fictional single working mom Kelly Scott and phony story created to work on …
 

Rebate Processor

Rebate Processor by David Harris “Rebate Processor”, by Debbie Teague and Andrew Gaswint and found at rebate-processors.info, is another rebate processing scam, as old as the internet, in a new package contrived to lure people looking to work from home. Rebate Processor claims that it places want ads to process rebates for their third party companies. However, they charge a fee to join, also claiming the fee is to discourage those who are not serious. Rebate Processor claims, also misleadingly, …
 

eJobs Junction

eJobs Junction Scam Review by David Harris “eJobs Junction”, found at ejobsjunction.com, is fake jobs bait and switch website full of red flags that give away the scam. eJobs Junction claims the work they offer is easy, with no skills needed yet it’s anything but that. The danger in this website is the lure that hooks desperate people trying to find something they can work from home without it being another work from home scam. You will not find any …
 

Weekly Marks

Weekly Marks, Mary Stevens, weeklymarks.com, link posting scam, career planning consultant scam, affiliate marketing scam, work from home scam, leadership and career planning company website scam, scam,
 

Text Cash Network

Text Cash Network by David Harris “Text Cash Network” by Dalton Johnson, Phil Piccolo, Brent Hudson and Jane Johnson and found at textcashnetwork.com, is a paid to text advertising/multi-level marketing system that is so horrendous there is even a Facebook scam alert group page filled with people who got scammed by them. You would think a business model like text advertising might be lucrative, and Text Cash Network was certainly counting on it, but the use of the technology is …
 

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 …
 

Real Online Income

Real Online Income – Scam or Legit? | Reviews Real Online Income, found at realinconline.com and ‘owned’ by Michelle Starr is yet another in the long parade of online marketing scams. It is the typical fake ‘news logos’ site you see everywhere, but not really endorsed or seen on these TV channels. Michelle Starr, a fictitious person I did not find anywhere, claims “Real Online Income” helps you make as much as $379 a day without needing skills or experience. …
 

Web Fortune Master

Web Fortune Master Scam Review By David Harris Web Fortune Master, by Sally Brown and found at webfortunemaster.com/wah97 is a scam link posting website, a deception to defraud you of your money by posing as a business opportunity. Nothing you will see on this site is true in any way, shape or form. Here we explain in detail the terrible scam that is “Web Fortune Master” and its bag of dirty tricks. We start with the fake mom with the …
 
 
 
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