|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Online Income Scam Review
by David Harris
“Online Income” by Michelle Steward, sometimes Emma Stewart, sometimes Amanda Jones, and found at online-income-program.com, and formerly special.online-income-resource.com, OnlineIncome_InfoPage.com, home-income-info.com/OnlineIncome_Info, formerly direct-online-income.com, is another of a never-ending line of link posting scams.
At the top, you can see unauthorized non-linked ‘news logos’, typically seen on sites like this one, that does not ever endorse these scams.
Online Income claims it helps you make as much as $87 per hour with no skills or experience necessary.
Online Income doesn’t tell you how you will do this at the start. It’s one of the many red flags to lookout for.
Don’t fall for it they just want you to be eager to sign up without worrying about the ridiculous fee that gets lowered in the pop up box each time you try to exit.
Another red flag is a fake credit card statement that shows earnings allegedly made by fictitious Emma Stewart’s, formerly Amanda Jones’s.
The first design had one of the usual fake moms Amanda, however the scam got major exposure by us and other scam watchdogs, so Online Income changed the design a little and replaced fake Amanda with fake Emma.
Both of those Online Income representatives only exist inside the scam.
You will not find a “America’s Number 1 Home Business Specialist Consultant” or whatever nonsense BOTH were called equally.
Among other discrepancies, the phony customer endorsement put-ons make Online Income appear to be a legitimate company, but it’s just not so.
The stock images next to the Online Income testimonials can be found on any public images photo web sites, and the testimonials are taken straight from ones that the FTC had deemed a violation to use.
It’s the shameful link posting scheme that Online Income uses to ensnare gullible people desperate to start their own online business from home.
Once you get wise to this scam you realize your hope of a refund is just a dream when you read Online Income’s fine print.
It’s a 60 day policy with many restrictions such as only getting a refund if you follow the program exactly as they lay it out – and good luck trying to follow how they happen to lay it out.
Check out the diclaimers and terms. The labyrinthine legalese will have your head spinning and your blood boiling.
It’s how Online Income manages to keep your initial and monthly fees but it’s also a smokescreen which hides their taking more hidden fees without yor permission.
If you go as far as signing up and giving Online Income your personal data, be prepared to be inundated by endless calls and emails from the third party partners Online Income shares your information with.
Beware the ‘free one on one consultation with the internet wealth expert’. That’s what the boiler room salespeople are called and it’s far from free.
These non-stop sales calls are designed to wear you down to spend lots of your money on useless business coaching programs that either never materialize or are in no way helpful to you.
It is so sad when we receive comments and letters from so many people who got taken by Online Income.
It’s a wonder the criminals who perpetrate these swindles haven’t been stopped yet.
The main reason is that that they keep popping up more new scam sites to keep the understaffed government departments outnumbered. That and the hidden proxy masks that hide their identities.
People ripped off for tens of thousands of dollars by companies that use the same exact replicated or duplicate sites like the one “Online Income” uses.
Be careful and read all Online Income disclaimers before giving them your hard-earned money or simply heed our warning and have nothing to do with them.
Neither we nor any other experts I know would ever recommend Online Income as something you should never get involved with. Worst scam ever.
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