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Online TaskPays

Online TaskPays Review by David Harris Online TaskPays found at onlinetaskpays.com, is a scam website that claims you can make over $1000 in your first week just by doing tasks they supposedly provide. However, the only real task they offer is to get others to join this scam under you at $25 a pop. Then when you reach the 300 dollar payout cap, you’re taking your chances that you won’t be paid. There were so many angry customers with similar …
 

Home Job Source

Home Job Source Review by David Harris “Home Job Source”, by Kelly Simmons and found at home-job-source.com, is a website that uses the con known as the “link posting” scam. It is fraught with a large number of warning signals, starting with the working mom “Kelly Simmons” who supposedly went from poor to rich using this program. She actually doesn’t exist in the real world, much less being America’s Number One Home Business Consultant. There’s no such thing as that …
 

Internet Profit

Internet Profit Review by David Harris Internet Profit by Heather Smith and found at profit.internet-job-site.com is a new variation of the link posting scam. By variation, we mean it’s actually the same as all these other fake mom story scam sites. Yet, this site uses 2 site links with a small change. The first link we’ve provided from Internet Profit shows a story about fictional Heather Smith with a generic stock photo fit next to the first paragraph to make …
 

My Home Business Mentor

My Home Business Mentor Review by David Harris “My Home Business Mentor” by Jessica Langford and found at today.monetizefromhome.com is a duplicated web site harboring the link posting scam. It uses every trick a scam can use, including the “rags to riches story” from fake work at home mother Jessica Langford. And the stock photo that is supposed to be her. The warning signs continue with news corporation logos of CNN, NBC, etc. Posted at the top of the site …
 

Get My Ads

by David Harris Get My Ads by Frank Hanson and found at getmyads24.com, is basically a Ponzi scheme. Ponzi schemes are illegal in the U.S. Scammers to have a way of trying to get around that. It has many negative points. For one, the owner used a fake name, Morgan Lewis, on his own Facebook page, which he later changed, so it can be looked at also as a Facebook scam. Not to mention he got over 2,000 friends there …
 

Home Wealth Remedy

Home Wealth Remedy Review by David Harris “Home Wealth Remedy” by A.B. Anderson and found at homewealthremedy.com is a link posting scam. We’ll explain what that is momentary. The scammers who run this con doesn’t really show you anyway to make money online. And they use a fake character to dupe you. This scam is one of the oldest running bait and switch swindles and has been around since the birth of the internet. Home Wealth Remedy throws hype statements …
 

MobileXpression

MobileXpression Review by David Harris | Updated on January 25, 2022 at 11:29 AM: MobileXpression.com is an online mobile market research panel created to collect consumer usage and opinions about mobile internet apps and websites. This information is gathered for companies that use the research for adjusting and improving marketing plans that target people who use mobile phones. Eligibility includes being 18 years old and up. And you must own a qualified mobile smart phone from a participating mobile phone …
 

Exitus Elite

Exitus Elite a Scam? Updated on March 18, 2022, at 6:51 AM: Exitus Elite is found at exituselite.com, and it has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of “Exitus Elite”, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Exitus Elite“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of Exitus Elite …
 

Make Money Online

Make Money Online Review by David Harris “Make Money Online” by Heather Smith and found at themoneyacademy.org is a new rehash of an old link posting job scam. By new rehash, we mean it’s a replication of last year’s Internet Profit with a new name and internet link. After the opt-in page, you are taken to a fictional tale of a made-up character named Heather Smith. This is alongside a stock photo taken from a public image site. The story …
 

Online Income Profits

Online Income Profits Scam Review by David Harris “Online Income Profits”, by Derek Johnson and found at onlineincomeprofits.biz, is another variation of the old link posting scam. Link posting scams consist of posting ads online for clients who only pay you if someone clicks on your ad and buys something or becomes a lead or other payable action. It’s rare that it happens because most of the time people are wary of clicking on those little ad banners. That means …
 
 
 
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