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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 …
 

Automated Daily Income

Automated Daily Income Review by David Harris “Automated Daily Income” (ADI), by Raena Lynn and found at automateddailyincome.com, is a recent addition to the evil pantheon of link posting scam clone websites polluting the internet. These sites offer the same designs with small variations like company name and URL link changes, and of course, the fictional single working moms’ names. Automated Daily Income happens to use a character named Raena Lynn, and to further the lie, the scammers have put …
 

Steady Home Income

Steady Home Income Scam Review by David Harris “Steady Home Income”, by Kelly Simmons and found at steady-home-income.com, is a link posting scam spawned to swindle peoples’ money. The fictional working mom, Kelly Simmons is used quite often in these scams, but she doesn’t really exist in real life. Her story is also a work of fiction made up to convince you that someone got rich by using this program. However, the only ones that are getting rich off this …
 

Home Online Profit Education

Home Online Profit Education Scam Review by David Harris Home Online Profit Education by Heather Smith and found at homeonlineprofiteducation.com is a link posting scam. When you post advertising links it’s usually in the form of small ad banners you place on sites from which you buy ad space. You get paid only if people click the ads and end up buying your clients’ products. Or turn into prospects, leads, or anything else that gets you paid. The chances of …
 

Secure Online Jobs

Secure Online Jobs Review by David Harris “Secure Online Jobs” found at secure-online-jobs.com, is a link posting scam. This is an even more dangerous scam because the new design has toned down most of the ridiculous hype. And is going towards a family-oriented lure. This new design does away with the ridiculous hype from previous clone designs. Those including fancy luxury homes, cars and boats and fictional working mom characters next to stock photos. They have replaced those gimmicks with …
 

World News Job and Employment Trends

World News Job and Employment Trends 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. It’s 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. It supposed to make you think you might be reading a news report. …
 

The Elevation Group

The Elevation Group Review by David Harris The Elevation Group, oftentimes called EVG, is a global membership site that is another brainchild of highly successful Internet marketer and entrepreneur Brian Fouts.  Brian Fouts is an American investor, entrepreneur, and self-professed champion of the middle class. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click Here For Details ] Before that, he was a construction worker. After he was wiped out by the market crash of 2009, he went on a mission of tracking …
 

Online Cash Commissions

Online Cash Commissions Scam Review By David Harris There are two Online Cash Commissions. Apparently, someone did not get the memo. The two, however, are completely identical, so maybe two scams are better than one at scammer central. Yikes. The following review applies to both copycat con jobs: Online Cash Commissions, by Sandra Miller and found at cash-members.net/tpl/17994; and Online Cash Commissions, by Megan Jackson, and found at safeserversonline.com, are nothing but scams, I lament to say to those who …
 

Online Income

Online Income Scam Review by David Harris “Online Income” by Michelle Steward, sometimes Emma Stewart, sometimes Amanda Jones, and found at online-income-program.com, and formerly special.online-income-resource.com, OnlineIncome_InfoPage.com, home-income-info.com/OnlineIncome_Info, formerly direct-online-income.com, is another of a never-ending line of link posting scams. At the top, you can see unauthorized non-linked ‘news logos’, typically seen on sites like this one, that does not ever endorse these scams. Online Income claims it helps you make as much as $87 per hour with no skills or …
 

Home Job Position

Home Job Position Review by David Harris Home Job Position by Kelly Simmons and found at home-job-position.com, is another annoying link posting scam clone website. If you’ve seen one of these you’ve seen them all. Teeming with red flags. They start with the title of the site. I say title because this is not really a business or company, so the name is irrelevant. The scammers who run the sites alter the names, links, and sometimes the designs. Home Job …
 
 
 
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