|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
eStore Builder Review
By David Harris
eStore Builder found at estorebuilder.com is a link posting scam site that is a redirect from Automated Paydays, by Jamie Shaw.
Jamie is a fictional character made to portray a single working mother.
Automated Paydays has been reviewed elsewhere on ScamXposer.
By now you might get a hint that all is not well, but I’ll make certain you know for sure by the end of this review.
eStore Builder is there for no purpose other than getting you to sign up and give up your personal information.
And along with your credit card so they can siphon as much of your money as they can.
The scammers who operate eStore Builder have their racket down to a science, which I’ll get into in a moment.
This also proves our point even more that they barely change the content on these scam sites.
Again, all the warning signs of a scam are there, starting with the news logos that make you think they are endorsed by them.
If you read the disclaimers you will see that the represented news organizations have absolutely nothing to do with ‘eStore Builder’.
There are a few more disturbing issues in the disclaimer too, so be sure to read it thoroughly.
The fake mom, “Jamie Shaw” from “Automated Paydays”, does not exist anywhere online outside of this scam.
Just try searching for her.
eStore Builder uses the same ploy as all the other scam sites but they just change the name of the work from home mom every time.
eStoreBuilder also uses the same trick of limited spots available to create a sense of urgency in you to sign up. There’s no such thing.
Opting in will take you to the page with all the fake testimonials and fake news clips.
All the photos are stock pictures taken from a stock photo site. You can go to the photo sites and find the same photos. Even Jamie Shaw’s photo is a stock picture.
eStore Builder is not a job but a very risky work from home opportunity through posting advertisement links, which involves time, effort, and more investment.
Usually, you don’t make a huge amount of money doing this, contrary to what eStore Builder claims.
The ads you would be posting are for an MLM company called Shaklee, for the express purpose of building a downline. This means you would have to be a part of this business, which we have also reviewed on our site elsewhere as a not recommended business.
Be aware that eStore Builder uses made-up job titles like Search Engine Agent Program and Wealth Development Center.
It’s a smoke and mirrors to make you think there’s some sort of certification that would make you more money but that is just not so.
The worst thing about scams like eStore Builder is that they actually have their aggressive salespeople call you.
This will be for useless business coaching programs that do nothing for you but drain your bank account.
Steer very clear of this atrocious scam, eStoreBuilder, and you will be a lot happier, believe me.
Thanks for reading our eStore Builder review.