Work At Home Paycheck - WAH Paycheck
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Work At Home Paycheck – WAH Paycheck Review
by David Harris
“WAH Paycheck”, also known as “Work At Home Paycheck”, by Jessica Marshall and found at wahpaycheck.com, is a work from home scam that uses a fake single working mother as its shield and angle to get as much money from you as it can.
Work At Home Paycheck says dumb things like “this is confidential, tell no one”, and other such nonsense to get you to think WAH Paycheck is exclusive and only for you.
Sadly, this is just another of what we call link posting scams.
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You will notice in the fake story that the fake mom, Jessica Marshall, and her also fake counterpart, Kelly Frazier, sometimes, Kelly Richards or any number of names the scammers come up with happen to live right in your town.
Incidentally, you can find the same exact photo of the fake working mom on the TurboTax website, and the woman on the video presentation is a paid actress posing as the fictional Jessica Marshall.
Work At Home Paycheck and similar scams often use generic stock photos that supposedly are the fake mom and in the fake testimonials section as well.
These and other scammer tested, scammer approved tricks make horrible risks like WAH Paycheck a dangerous scam trap to avoid.
Many newcomers have fallen prey to their evil deeds to the tune of over tens of thousands of dollars.
Also don’t fall for their phony titles like link posting certification, Search Engine Agent and wealth development consultant.
The scammers who run Work At Home Paycheck use the old bait and switch trick.
They lure you in and have you give them your personal info including credit or debit card with the promise of hundreds of dollars to be made daily.
Then when they call you, the aggressive boiler room salespeople will actually say that what you signed up for is only a small step in your journey to make money online.
However, Work At Home Paycheck is not anything you could ever make money with.
In fact, they do the best they can to take as much of your money as they can before you get wise to their con.
Once you do, there will be no one to answer your pleas of getting your money back.
It’s long gone.
This is their standard operating procedure.
Beware getting talked into buying those expensive yet useless coaching programs.
That’s really how these malefactors rip you off.
That and charging you card monthly fees and whatever else they can without your authorization.
It’s best to work the fraud charges out with your bank before they get out of hand.
Make sure to read the disclaimers at the bottom of the Work At Home Paycheck / WAH Paycheck website and its fake news review site Consumers Finance Guide.
This is where you see that all they claim on the site is full of baloney.
I would not wish Work At Home Paycheck / WAH Paycheck on my worst enemy if I had any.
It is a terrible scam that can leave you broke if you’re not careful.
Thanks for reading the review