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Apprentice Academy Online

Apprentice Academy Online Scam Review by David Harris Apprentice Academy Online, by Jane Simmons and found at apprenticeacademyonline.com, is another one of those link posting scam sites, disguised as a work from home mom opportunity you can make lots of money with. The same old phony stock photos of fake moms and fake happy customers. The same fake “news clips” and news channel logos, and the same fake check showing you how much Jane Simmons made from Apprentice Academy Online. …
 

E Online Business System

E Online Business System – Scam Review by David Harris E Online Business System by Kristy Richards and found at eonlinebusinessinstitution.com, is one more in an infinite number of scammers trying to steal your money. Yes, almost as infinite as there are stars in the sky, but I jest. The gag starts with the ‘limited job spots available’ routine to get you excited about signing on with E Online Business System. Once in, the gag continues with the news corporation …
 

The $6000 a Month Club

The $6000 a Month Club Scam Review The $6000 a Month Club, by “Jennifer Becker” and found at 6000amonth.com, is a new clone scam site based on the fake work from home mom routine. They have not altered their usual design one bit, and I’ll describe what to watch for. On top of the first page you may notice logo brands of news companies. These news channels have never been part of nor endorsed, and certainly not advertised any spots …
 

Internet Income Path

Internet Income Path Scam Review By David Harris “Internet Income Path”, found at internetincomepath.com, is a link posting scam site made to look as if it’s a site where you can search for a real employment position. Sadly, may newcomers get taken by similar sites. Internet Income Path is an exact carbon copy of the infamous work from home scam sites, and it is designed to trick people into signing up, thinking they will get actual job leads. All the …
 

Work At Home Institute

Work At Home Institute Scam Reviews By David Harris Work At Home Institute, by Bobbie Robinson (they also use the name Robert Robinson) and found at wahinstitute.net, is a recent addition as one of many of the online ‘training course’ for “work from home” scams you see everywhere online. We review and expose them as soon as we find them, and this scam is no different. Work At Home Institute changes the name of the fake mom Bobbie Robinson although …
 

Consumer Weekly Digest

Consumer Weekly Digest – Scam Review Consumer Weekly Digest, by Mary Stevens and found at consumerweeklydigest.com is another one of many scams that utilize the fabricated news journal. Completely fake, there’s nothing real about it. In fact it says so at the bottom of the site. So why the ruse, I’m sure you ask? Well, if it looks like a legitimate news report then by golly it must be. At least that is what these scammers hope to achieve to …
 

Smarter Lifestyles

Smarter Lifestyles Review by David Harris Smarter Lifestyles, by Kathy Garcia, and found at smarterlifestyles.org, is a website that claims it offers a work from home opportunity for placing ads online. This one, however, is replete with all kinds of warning signs that it is not on the up and up in the least. The first warning sign on Smarter Lifestyles is the “news” clip they threw on there. It doesn’t have one thing to do with their service. This …
 

Paid On Vacation

Paid On Vacation Scam Review By David Harris Paid On Vacation, by Karen James and found at paidonvacation.com, is a slightly different variation of the clone link posting scam sites. What I mean by that is that it’s a redirect to a scam we just exposed, Consumers Review Journal at consumers-review-journal.com. Most of the red flags are here, just like all the others. The scammers put up a new website for the same scam we referred to on our exposé …
 

Theresa Andrews

Theresa Andrews Scam Review By David Harris “Theresa Andrews”, is a fictitious name for website scams that use the bait and switch con we call the link posting scam. It is a fake work from home trick that uses phony stories about fictional single mothers who supposedly became successful by using the bogus business being peddled online. ‘Theresa Andrews’ is used quite often, and each time we and others expose the fraud, the scammers put up another new scam site, …
 

Michelle Withrow

Michelle Withrow Scam Review By David Harris Michelle Withrow, is a fictional character used by scammers who set up fake work from home scams that utilize the old trick of non-existent single mothers who became successful using whatever swindle they put on the internet. We know them as fake working mom scam sites. Michelle Withrow is used often, and as much as I have tried to find a real person by that name, I have come up empty save for …
 
 
 
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