Home Jobs Today
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Home Jobs Today Scam Review
by David Harris
“Home Jobs Today”, by Kelly Scott and found at home-jobs-today.com, is a website made to rip people off through a well known scheme called the link posting scam.
There are many scams online using the fictional working single mother named Kelly Scott (or whatever fake name they make up) and they all look basically the same, except once in a while they change the stock photo to a different stock photo or even steal one off of Facebook.
The website has many red flags including the single working mom Kelly Scott and her completely made up success story.
She really is not a real life person and she’s definitely NOT America’s Number One Home Business Consultant, how absurd!
This scam has been going around for years as Online Jobs Today, Home Internet Career, Careers for You and tons of others that look exactly the same as this one.
As soon as one of these scam sites are exposed they will create a new scam site to replace the previous scam and the cycle goes on and on.
The same content is cloned on every scam site with little changes so it’s easy to spot them. About the only thing that changes is the URL link and the site’s business name… and sometimes they forget to change the names to the new scam name at the bottom of the page.
There are so many of them that it’s difficult for the authorities to go after them all. That’s why they get away with perpetrating this bait and switch con.
This is an awful scheme from beginning to end starting with the opt-in page, which is designed to capture your email address, name and phone number… they will most assuredly sell it to the highest bidder.
They dare to ask you to give your personal data and banking info to them without giving you any details in return as to what it is you’d be doing to make the huge sums of money they claim you can make.
Even after you opt-in there is still no substantial description or the work entailed inside, and that is yet another red flag.
Once you’re inside the presentation page they show an urgent call to action with the old trick of warning you there are only 2 positions left, as if they’re offering a job and that job is almost filled, laughable.
This site does not offer any jobs, real or otherwise. Rather, it is a very risky home business “opportunity”, so they lie to you right from the start.
You must read the disclaimers at the bottom of the page to see that it is all hype and empty promises, including the use of the network news logos right at the very top of the page.
The video just below the news icons has been taken without the permission of those who produced that segment.
These crooks use it on all their scams and sadly, neither the news networks nor the authorities have enough manpower to go after them all.
Next to the fake mom’s fake story you can see a generic image taken from public stock image sites.
The photos of the people’s phony comments are also stock images.
Other stock photos include the people enjoying a good lifestyle, and the mansion, luxury car and big boat that imply you can get these things by using their sub-par system. It’s all a fantasy.
According to a trusted news source, the scammers who run this terrible website along with many of the other link posting scams have been inspected for perpetuating this fraud under different websites.
It’s only a matter of time before the authorities catch up with them and shut them down with our help and others who report scams like Home Jobs Today.
However, budget, resources and manpower to go after scams like these are seriously in short supply to be able to hunt even a fraction of these sites down… especially when they change their name every other day.
Be very careful of crafty tactics used on this and all the other scam sites. Poorly outdated training that one can find anywhere online for free is one
Another red flag is the use of lofty sounding job titles and fake certifications like “Wealth Development Certification Program” and “Search Engine Agent Program” to make you think this is important work.
It is very difficult to make money posting ad links on web pages, especially since you have to invest money in placing them.
The fake check on the sales page is deceitful. You actually would be receiving a bunch of smaller amount checks from the many separate third party clients for which you’d be advertising.
That is, if you’d be lucky to get people to click on them much less they actually buy something through them or whatever tasks is called for that commissions are paid out to you.
The worst thing about this scam is the boiler room floor full of aggressive salespeople that go after you to spend more money on costly and useless business coaching programs that would just make you broke.
Those who have been suckered by this and other scam sites have complained of getting taken for as much as tens of thousands of dollars.
You will never get your money back either because there is no valid refund policy nor customer service to hunt down.
There is nothing good about Home Jobs Today. It is one horrible scam.
Thanks for reading…
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