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eProfit Makers System

Scam Review eProfit Makers System Scam Owner: Jennifer Smith (fake name) Scam Website: eprofitmakers.com (several domain names used for this scam) eProfit Makers System by Jennifer Smith is a carbon copy of a scam that has been duplicated by the dozens using the same content with different business and ownership names and essentially the same content and website graphics. eProfit Makers System uses bogus certification type names like “Wealth Development Certification Program” in an effort to convince prospective buyers that …

 

Wealthy Affiliate

Wealthy Affiliate Review The Wealthy Affiliate creators Kyle and Carson, also known as the “WealthyAffiliates” started out online over 20 years ago. They did that with absolutely no experience in Internet marketing and very little money available to get started. By the end of 2003, they were able to create huge success online and in 2005 they launched Wealthy Affiliate to teach people exactly how to do it. They’ve proven that making money on the Internet by way of Internet …

 

Next Job at Home

Next Job at Home Review by David Harris Next Job at Home found at nextjobathome.com and owned by NGM Media LLC and Isaac Klein, is a fairly new company set up to supposedly help you find telecommuting jobs. It is free to register on the actual website. The jobs, however, are another issue altogether. On one hand, there are so many complaints about Next Job at Home that we here at ScamXposer just had to look into it to see …

 

Paying Social Media Jobs

Paying Social Media Jobs Review Paying Social Media Jobs is from Annie Jones and is found at PayingSocialMediaJobs.com. This was previously called Paid Social Media Jobs located at PaidSocialMediaJobs.com, but it’s really all the same exact thing. In this review, we aim to find out if they are a real, legitimate job source or just another junk ripoff. PayingSocialMediaJobs is supposed to have a database of companies you can apply for employment doing social media types of jobs or tasks. …

 

Cloaklinks Email Processing

Cloaklinks Email Processing Review By David Harris “Cloaklinks Email Processing”, found at cloaklinks.com is an email processing home business scam that fraudulently boasts $25 per email processed. This is just a new take on the old email processing scam that charges you $25 for nothing in return. And they offer no refunds, so it’s like throwing away good money. We call Cloaklinks Email Processing a scam due to having to pay so much money to be a member. I would …

 
 
 
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