Business at Home Lifestyle
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Business at Home Lifestyle Scam Review
by David Harris
“Business at Home Lifestyle”, also by Amy Jensen, (sometimes known as/or goes by Alissa Jensen) and found at businessathomelifestyles.org, is a scam known as link posting.
Business At Home Lifestyle is a misleading business name designed to draw those trying to make money online from home.
There not only is no business at home to be made here, only empty promises and a redirect to another scam presentation – MyMillionaireMentor which ultimately takes you to one of the biggest scams we’ve exposed, MOBE, or My Online Business Empire.
Business at Home is one of a long line of work from home business scams full of warning signs that nothing is what it seems.
It’s likely many of you have seen those ads in your email inboxes and spam that boast of the single working mother earning thousands of dollars a month at home with no effort or skills.
They prey on those new to the internet marketing industry to fall for this scheme with phony job titles and certifications like Search Engine Agent and Wealth Development Certification Program.
Don’t believe any of what Business at Home claims on their site because it’s all refuted in the disclaimers at the bottom of the landing page.
Business at Home Lifestyle uses the fictional single mom rags to riches story alongside a stock photo from a stock photo site and photo-shopped income statement and or check.
Then there are the fake comments with more stock photos. The news networks’ logos at the top are also used without permission.
You will see in the disclaimers that news corporations have absolutely nothing to do with this scam.
It’s a standard ploy designed to make you think Business at Home Lifestyle is a legitimate job opportunity. It’s far from it.
“Business at Home Lifestyle” claims their service is valued at almost two hundred dollars, yet, by the time you go through all their pop up window discounts taking it down to $47 you have to wonder just how much value this scam really has.
If it looks too good to be true it most assuredly is. The site goes on with deceptive claims and overstatements of how much money one you will earn with Business at Home Lifestyle.
There is no practical way to make the kind of money they claim you will make through posting advertisement links online.
The boiler room sales team will audaciously say that once you’ve given Business at Home Lifestyle your personal information.
They will call and and pressure you with their aggressive techniques to upgrade to the more expensive programs including completely ineffectual business coaching that only leaves you broke.
We receive too many letters, calls and messages from people who were ripped off for as much as tens of thousands of dollars by these scammers who run this bait and switch con job.
Take heed and shun it like the plague. I do not recommend Business at Home Lifestyle. It’s indeed a scam.
Thanks for reading…
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