Computer Warrior System
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Computer Warrior System Scam Review
by David Harris
“Computer Warrior System”, by Michelle Williams and found at https://computer-warrior.com-2018-news.info/gm5 and https://computer-warrior.com-2018-news.info, is the next variation of the never-ending link posting scam ran by the same scam group.
By variation, we mean that Computer Warrior is actually the same thing all over again with a different name, web address, logo and graphics using the same exact fake mom story.
The story about fictional Michelle Williams with a generic stock photo fit next to the first paragraph to make you think this is a real woman to go with the made up story.
These all use the major news networks’ logos hijacked and not endorsed by them for these shenanigans in any way shape or form. They have a caption next to those logos “Working From Home Has Been Featured On:” that means absolutely nothing.
These scams are never ending because the minute one is taken down because of all the scam reviews, another one pops up just as fast with 99.99% the same content as the last.
We do everything in our power to expose these sites as fast as possible.
We also appreciate our readers who enter business complaint submissions when they find rip offs like Computer Warrior before we do. We will add them immediately after we find them.
This helps us get the story out hopefully before anyone throws their money away on these scams.
So please keep them coming!
Computer Warrior System says you will make huge money by link advertisement posting on websites that offer the space to do so.
What they don’t mention is that this kind of work takes way more skills and experience than they advertise, including more than an hour a day they promise you only have to do.
Regardless, its a massive waste of time and money.
Even with all that work you still won’t come close to making the money they claim you would make, primarily because their system is an out of date and incomplete way of doing it.
At $97 dollars to join, unless you play their pop up discount game down to $47, if you try to get your money back from Computer Warrior, it will be on the far side of impossible unless you do a charge-back with your credit card bank.
In fact, the thing people complain about the most is how Computer Warrior System and its endless clones charge your account unauthorized fees without your knowledge after you gave them your bank card info.
Yet the scam they lay on you is the hardcore aggressively slick boiler room sales floor slicksters working their tricks to get you buying more expensive completely useless “business coaching systems” that do absolutely nothing but empty your wallet.
Computer Warrior System is a rip off you should definitely stay away from. The con artists running it are the only ones making the tons of money they say you would be earning.
Incidentally, the testimonials are not only fake, but the government has already said it’s fraud and not to use them, yet they keep on doing it anyway.
This is why they pop up with a new name every day.
Stay very far away from Computer Warrior System or any website that looks like it.
Thanks for reading
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