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Dot Com Secrets

Dot Com Secrets Review by David Harris “Dot Com Secrets”, by Russell Brunson and found at dotcomsecrets.com, is an internet marketing training system. While it does show you how to run your own online business, there are a number of red flags to watch out for. First, I’m always wary of marketing sites that show off mansions, fancy cars, and yachts to lure you in. Real businesses that have their own websites don’t really need to use this ridiculous ploy. …
 

Get Paid to Draw

Get Paid to Draw Review by David Harris “Get Paid to Draw”, by Jules Camber and found at getpaidtodraw.com, is a slightly different type of affiliate program than we usually review. It involves your art and photography. There are several caveats about Get Paid to Draw. First, I believe that if you are going to work for a company, paying $34.95 to join is a questionable practice. At best, you are paying Get Paid to Draw for tutorials and tips …
 

Fast Cash Income

Fast Cash Income Scam Review by David Harris “Fast Cash Income”, formerly Internet Cash Today, by Nick Xavier and found at internet-cash-today.com/tr, is another lame link posting scam that has not even changed the over simplistic design from past con job websites. In fact, the only thing that changes in these scam traps are the link names. Fast Cash Income lacks any information as to what it is about and it is incredible how people fall for it. Since they …
 

My Camera Biz

My Camera Biz by David Harris “My Camera Biz”, by Raven Jackson and found at mycamerabiz.com, is a Clickbank affiliate niche product that offers an online business startup course on how to sell your own digital camera photos. Selling photographs is not as easy as My Camera Biz may lead you to believe. Several photographers I know have informed me of just how difficult it can be even for seasoned pros. While it’s fairly simple and easy to post pictures …
 

Work At Home Data Entry

Work At Home Data Entry Review by David Harris “Work At Home Data Entry” by Timothy Darwin, found at work-at-home-data-entry.com, is a completely fake job scam website. It was created by the same guy that brought you other scam sites like My Data Team and Global Data Entry. I realize I opened with the lead but you might want to keep reading so you can learn how to spot scams like WorkAtHomeDataEntry and many others of its kind. Firstly, be …
 

Rebate Processor

Rebate Processor Review 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 …
 

Univera

Univera Review by David Harris Univera by Bill Lee and found at univera.com, is yet another health fruit drink multi-level marketing business. Their hope is to get you to buy their product and bring more people in, usually family and friends. I want to make one thing clear in this review. MLM is something we seldom recommend here, and Univera is no exception. Don’t be fooled by the sung praises on the many fake review sites with the header scam …
 

CPC Broker

CPC Broker Review by David Harris *** NO LONGER AVAILABLE *** “CPC Broker”, by John Stalvey and found at costperclickbroker.com was an internet marketing company that offers a unique opportunity in the Cost Per Click field. In the world of internet advertising and marketing, CPC stands for Cost Per Click. It is the subcategory of Pay Per Click (PPC). The concept is a little complicated, and I’ll try to define it here so as to understand the business model of …
 

My Online Income System

My Online Income System Scam Review by David Harris My Online Income System by Kimberly Hoffman tells you it’s a simple inexpensive advertisement link posting training program. That is the basic lure. You will want to stay away from this kind of business. Their agents’ job is to “upsell” customers into more expensive “coaching” programs that promise very little in return – and certainly not a return on your investment. It is the kind of thing that companies like these do. …
 

Key Web Jobs Systems

Key Web Jobs – Scam Review Key Web Jobs, by Marilyn Chambers and found at keywebjobs.com, is a misleading website that is actually a landing page for Internet Education Kit, a dubious business riddled with online complaints. The BBB reports several unresolved claims with no response. Not off to a good start. I highly recommend not spending a dime on Key Web Jobs right off the bat. It doesn’t even warrant nor bear describing its crooked nature, but I will …
 
 
 
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