Work At Home Cash
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Work At Home Cash Scam Review
by David Harris
“Work At Home Cash”, by Michelle Robinson (formerly posted as fake mom Melissa Mayer) and found at wahrev.com/secret (recently changed from workathome.cash), is another link posting scam just exactly like all the others built to rip you off.
Work At Home Cash is a clone website scam full of fabrications and misdirection.
We start at the top with the misleading news logos whose corporations neither authorized use of them nor endorse this scam.
Next is the fake news clip, which is completely made up to look authentic.
Then Work At Home Cash shows you a fake photo of the fictional working mother next to her fictional story.
The photo of the working mother of Work At Home Cash is a stock photo found on any public images sites. This tactic is used on all the other scams just this one.
The scammers who run Work At Home Cash show their arrogance by blatantly putting these replicated sites up as soon as consumer review sites like ours expose them.
In case you are wondering why authorities and internet giants like Google allow sites like Work At Home Cash to exist it’s because there are so many littering the web like so much garbage that it’s hard for them to keep up.
Another reason is that in most cases, international issues prevent our government from pursuing criminals who perpetrate these link posting scams from other countries outside our jurisdiction.
Also, as soon as we’ve exposed those “make money from home” schemes that we find there’s a new one next day, and that is the reason we keep at it.
You must read the disclaimers carefully, as the wording can be very confusing on purpose. The stuff they post on the page is blatantly refuted in the fine print, so check it thoroughly.
To add to the confusion, Work At Home Cash tells lies like calling the fake mom “America’s number one home business consultant”.
They also trump up fake certification titles and trick phrases such as “Wealth Development Certification Program” and lofty sounding titles like “Search Engine Agent” to impress unsuspecting desperate people.
These sleazy tactics do tend to part people from their money, so as a lucrative scam, they will keep changing the website names every few months.
Work At Home Cash’s content and design are exactly like all the others that they have used in the past. They don’t even bother to change the standard intro “news” video from one site to the next.
Keep an eye out for the usual suspects like the fake income check and their sketchy calculator that shows how much money you would make.
Add to those tricks an official looking “back office dashboard” with fake income totals to make you think that you will be making money online just like that with Work At Home Cash.
Beware the fake comments testimonials that always come with stock photos next to their phony names.
But the worst thing about Work At Home Cash is that once you’ve joined and given them your vital information including financials they got you.
You will receive aggressive sales calls from the Work At Home Cash boiler room dogs working hard to separate you from your money with useless coaching upsells.
Work At Home Cash will also take money right out from under your nose without you knowing until it is too late, and you will never ever get it back.
You can also forget about a refund if you’re not happy with Work At Home Cash and there is absolutely no support of any kind.
Work At Home Cash is just another terrible scam to stay far away from.
Thanks for reading
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