|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Karen James Scam Review
by David Harris
Karen James, is not a real person involved in the online marketing world, except in a fictional way on the scam Home Income Kit.
Karen James Home Income Kit is only one of several scams that use the bait and switch con we call the link posting scam under her name.
Here are a few others we have reviewed under this fake person’s name, Karen James:
Home Income Kit
Consumers Review Journal
Home Income Pros
Internet Cash Commissions
Paid On Vacation
The scammers who run Karen James Home Income Kit set up a cons that use the same phony stories about an imaginary single mother that became successful using their useless products.
Karen James is used quite often, and each time we and others expose the fraud, the scammers put up another new scam site, still using her name.
I have tried to find a real person by that name.
All I came up with were a doctor, a realtor and an author among other things except what they push her as – “America’s number one home business consultant” or some such nonsense each time I search.
Sadly, these sites are still up even though they’ve been exposed.
They don’t care how many people they rip off until the government finally does something and shuts them down, and we know the chance of that happening.
The name Karen James of Karen James Home Income Kit will be used many times long after we review these fake working mom scams.
But I will continue to discover the new evil spawns soon as they’re hatched and advise you to stay far away from any website that uses her name.
The con is called the link posting scam.
This is a basic bait and switch trick that gets you to give up your credit card information so these scammers can proceed to swindle you out of as much money as they can.
So many people write to us about the Karen James Home Income Kit scams robbing them of as much as tens of thousands of dollars!
Learn from them and do not repeat their mistakes.
Usually, the name Karen James Home Income Kit is placed in a phony website that looks suspiciously like a news report.
Always, the news logos are placed at the top of these scams to make them look legitimate.
Please read our reviews of the scams listed above for details on how the scams work and do avoid these scams.
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