|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Online Money Scam Review
By David Harris
Online Money, by Melissa Johnson and found at online-income-center.com, is another of those never-ending clone scam sites cooked up to take as much of your money as possible.
The story of the Work From Home Mom who went from rags to riches is pure fiction made up to work on your emotions so that you get excited and inspired enough to sign up and give up your personal information along with your credit card.
The scammers who operate “Online Money” have their racket down to an exact 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 all there, starting with the news logos that try to get you to think they are actually endorsed by them.
If you read the disclaimers, you will see that the represented news organizations have absolutely nothing to do with Online Money. There are a few more disturbing issues in the disclaimer too, so be sure to read it thoroughly if you’re not going to take my word for it.
The fake mom, “Melissa Johnson”, does not exist any where online outside of this scam. Just try searching for her. ‘Online Money’ uses the same story as all the other scam sites but they just change the name of the work from home mom also every time… sometimes they are too lazy to even change the fake mom’s name.
Online Money also uses the same ploy of limited spots available to create a sense of urgency to get you to sign up right away. There’s no such thing. Opting in will take you to the page with all the fake testimonials and fake news clip.
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 Melissa Johnson’s photo is a stock picture they use on many other sites under different fake working mother names under them.
“Online Money” is not even a job, but a 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 “Online Money” claims.
Be aware that ‘Online Money’ uses the 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 “Online Money” is that they actually have their aggressive salespeople call you for useless business coaching programs that do nothing for you but drain you bank account.
Steer very clear of this atrocious scam, Online Money, and you will be a lot happier, believe me.
I do not recommend “Online Money“.
Thanks for reading