Consumer Trends Today
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Consumer Trends Today Review
by David Harris
Consumer Trends Today, by Megan Carlson and sometimes Theresa Andrews, Melissa Johnson or the fake name of the day.
And found at consumer-trends-today.com, consumer-trends.net, or maybe some other link with similar names.
This is with a byline by Mary Corbett, Charles Meyers, or some other made-up name.
This is yet another fake news today site advertisement page for an awful link posting scam trap called Online Cash Commissions.
Or other various names that will be used after this name gets wore out and replaced.
This type of rip off site looks like some sort of news report for a business opportunity disguised as a job opening.
But it really is just a redirect page to a couple of nasty scams called My Online Success Plan and My Biz Coach.
Both of which we’ve reviewed not to mention the dozens of different names that they will be using after these names are burned after being exposed by sites like ours.
Every navigation button on Consumer Trends Today drives you to the same page, this scam.
Then there are the other myriads of warning signs to watch out for.
The scammer who runs this make huge money by getting you to authorize the redirect scam credited to the fake author, Nancy Frazier, to bill them on your credit card.
You need to know that youâ€™re going to be billed monthly on top of the sign-up fee.
It is also very hard to get them to cancel the monthly auto-ship.
You also need to know that the redirect scam will charge other hidden fees without your authorization from time to time.
Furthermore, their super aggressive boiler room operation salespeople will do their utmost to get you to pay for even more ineffectual business coaching programs.
A large number of people have written to us complaining of losses into the tens of thousands of dollars.
Going down the line of red flags on Consumer Trends Today, Megan Carlson, Theresa Andrews or Melissa Johnson, the ever-changing fake single moms in this story, are purely fictional.
That is the same stock photo for each different fake mom name you see right next to the phony rags to riches tale crafted to get you excited enough to pull out your credit card.
The biggest bald-faced lie is the as seen advertised on with the news logos following.
If you read the disclaimers they tell you outright that this is not true.
In fact, take the time to read the disclaimers.
Everything they spew at the top is denied down below.
This is NOT a job by any means.
This is as risky a venture as you are likely to find.
Be really wary of the sleazy job titles that scams like Consumer Trends Today use to pull unsuspecting people in.
Positions such as Search Engine Agent and fake degrees that say Wealth Development Certification Program does not exist in the world of affiliate marketing.
It is just more BS in an attempt to bolster the apparent legitimacy of what they are selling.
To reiterate, Consumer Trends Today will take you to my Online Success Plan, My Biz Coach, or some other scam.
This means that they rigged this news report looking site just to lead you to some of the worst scams around on the internet.
Whatever will make them the most money at the moment.
Once you are redirected, the scams will be full of its own testimonials and fake checks and calculators that show you how much you can make with this supposed work at home business opportunity.
All the traps to lure you to, bring you in.
And use your credit card are there making it hard to resist for those desperate newcomers looking for easy ways to make money online.
If it seems too good to be true thatâ€™s because it is in the case of Consumer Trends Today.
Stay far, far away from this terrible scam.
Thanks for reading the review…
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