Profit From Home
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Profit From Home – Scam Review
Profit From Home, by Jennifer Smith, and found at onlinesecureserver.net, is a straight up scam. I’m just calling it like it is from the top. The scammers running this sorry thing don’t even have one new original thing on this site.
They use a replicated site for all their scams, so it’s fairly easy to spot scams like Profit From Home. I’ll show you how. There are certain red flags to look for when spotting scams like this, but first, you should know this is not a legitimate job, as they claim.
To say the least, any business claiming that if you spend an hour a day to earn “up to $377.95 per day” is highly suspect, but as you read further the figures start to rise, and this is sure to confirm your suspicions.
Profit From Home shows you a laughable chart of how much you would earn. If you notice, at the peak of the chart the statement shows you making $117,000.00 per year! If that’s the case, why isn’t everybody in the world doing this? Because it’s a scam, that’s why.
The only ones making this money are the scammers who run this crooked game by swindling unsuspecting newcomers to the world of online marketing. Now to the other red flags in Profit From Home.
The news logos at the top are there for no reason other than to make you think they have legitimacy. If you read the disclaimer you’ll see that none of the news companies endorse Profit From Home.
The story of fictional Jennifer Smith is as much fiction as she is. Even the photo next to he is taken from a public stock images website. The testimonials are also made up and carry similarly placed stock images.
None of the “Security Verified”, “Privacy Verified”, and “Business Verified” “Trust Guard” logos on the buy page are real. If you try to click on them nothing happens. The same can be said of the TRUSTe, VeriSign, and McAfee Secure logos they are inactive as well.
The most heinous of Profit From Home’s criminal activities is the aggressive sales floor that woks hard to talk you into wasting thousands more of your dollars for ineffectual “business coaching” programs and other junk. Some of our readers tell us they were robbed of tens of thousands.
If this article still doesn’t convince then, by all means, go ahead and try it. Then feel free to message us of how Profit From Home took thousands from you too. Actually, don’t. Don’t sign up with this scam, I mean, but message us anytime.
Thanks for reading.