Secure Home Profits
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Secure Home Profits Scam Review
by David Harris
“Secure Home Profits” – “Paydays At Home”, by Sue Thompson and found at securehomeprofits.com, is a link posting scam, however, it’s so blatant that the site design is directly from previous scams without any changes.
Whether you happen by chance to go to or have been sent to Secure Home Profits by a spam email message you will see that the website name is different.
The name at the top is “Paydays At Home”, which is not “Secure Home Profits”.
That can only mean that the scammers who run these sites just don’t care anymore if they’re fooling anyone.
That just makes our job easier to expose them.
Secure Home Profits is, as previously mentioned, what’s called a link posting scam.
This means you supposedly would be making money online from home with affiliate marketing of some sort, usually placing ads on sites.
You post the ads up everywhere you can in hopes somebody will click on your banners or ad spots and an even slimmer chance of people who click on the ad would actually buy something from your link.
Secure Home Profits does not tell you anything about this type of risky venture or that it’s not a good way to make money online.
In fact, Secure Home Profits is a bait and switch con with the usual tricks to fool those new to it and desperate to earn a living online.
Paydays At Home throws the usual generic photos of luxury cars, mansions, and yachts to deceptively enticing you with, but nobody ever gets that rich except for the operators of Secure Home Profits.
Further down on the Secure Home Profits, scam site design is a rigged calculator that “figures out” what Paydays At Home claims you would be making. It’s not a real thing.
Other gimmicks Secure Home Profits uses are the fake testimonials with stock images next to them you can find on public photo sites and the news logos.
Paydays At Home uses network news channel logos at the top of their pages yet they are not authorized to use them.
Don’t believe for a second that the no skills required, no experience, and only a half-hour work per day hype is genuine.
It’s all designed to lure in unsuspecting people.
Incidentally, the fake mom, Sue Thompson is manufactured to work on your emotions and create an impulse to join Secure Home Profits for $97 dollars.
You will never get that money back because there are neither a refund policy nor customer support and – the fake VeriSign and other security links at the bottom of the site do not function either.
The real motive for Secure Home Profits and scams like it is to unleash their boiler room sales monsters to rip you off of a lot more money than what you paid to join Paydays At Home.
We have received complaints from many readers who got caught in their sleazy nets and taken for as much as tens of thousands of dollars.
Secure Home Profits’ salespeople will do the same if you let them.
I should say it really doesn’t matter that they didn’t bother to sync up the right URL for the right business name or design for Secure Home Profits or Paydays At Home.
All scams with the fake working mom, Sue Thompson, and her phony story and all the other tricks Secure Home Profits or Paydays At Home uses are basically the same with small changes in the site designs.
However, when they get this sloppy it tells us that the scammers know people will waste good money on their scams anyway until sites like ours expose them.
If you are wondering how Paydays At Home gets away with it, that’s because there really is no way to go after them all as they usually kill the exposed links and pop another scam site like Secure Home Profits right up after.
We are a small group of scam watchdogs here at ScamXposer so we would like to thank and acknowledge our readers who submit the ones they find to us as they did with Secure Home Profits or Paydays At Home.
As for this scam, get far away from “Secure Home Profits” – “Paydays At Home” and any other scam sites that look like it.
Thanks for reading the review