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Date Added: 10/17/2010     Reviewer: stacyperez
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Website URL: http://www.home-online-jobs.org
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Michelle Matthews says if you can spare 60 minutes a day, she can offer a certified, proven and guaranteed home job making $379 a day.

Michelle was a single mom who worked two jobs and freelanced on the side. She ended up losing her main job and realized she needed to get something else fast before becoming homeless.

After thinking about what she doesn't want in a job and what she wants in a job, she realized she wanted to work from home.

She met a man a couple of weeks later who was working from home for the past few years. He explained what he does from home and Michelle realized it sounds like what she wanted.

Home Online Jobs Detailed Overview

Today, Michelle Matthews is a millionaire and still working from home. She loves being home and making a living. She is able to buy what she wants, travel all over the world and give her daughter what she wants.

Her life turned around so fast, and she began sharing her story with others. And since then, she has helped thousands of other people achieve their financial dreams and goals working at home.

She will share with you about the best opportunity she has discovered. It is a legitimate, proven, and easy work at home job that can make your financial dreams come true.

It is estimated that more than 24 million people are working from home. Every year more and more people are fleeing the rat race to work from home.

She says companies are looking for people to post their links on different websites. To post one link takes between 3 to 4 minutes. To be conservative, it takes 4 minutes. If you post one link every 4 minutes, and you do that for 60 minutes, that amounts to 15 links in just 60 minutes. The average amount you make per link posted is $15.

You receive access to a full training center which will cover everything you need to know, step by step. She will help you select the best company to work with.

* You can work as little or as much as you want, anytime you want!
* You don't need any special skills, training, or education! You can get started in an afternoon.
* You can start to make money immediately! It takes 1-2 minutes to post a link and... 75% of companies pay you the same day while the other 25% pay you within 2 to 3 days.
* You can achieve financial freedom, end your money worries, and live whatever lifestyle you want.
* You can have all the time you want for your family, friends, and hobbies.
* You can take vacations whenever you want.
* You don't have to wake up to an alarm clock anymore.
* You can do this part time or full time.

The certification program guarantees you an immediate position of your choice as a Search Engine Agent. It takes only a few minutes to sign up with the company you want. You can do so online without ever having to talk to anyone in the company. You can also have multiple placements with different companies if you choose.

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Home Online Jobs Reputation

Home-Online-Jobs.org was registered September 2010, and the registration information is set at private status.

The website has testimonials of satisfied customers. Also, when you Google Michelle Matthews Home-Online-Jobs, there is a website that comes up that is a review site where people talked positively about Michelle's program.

Because Clickbank is the payment process, if someone is not satisfied they can easily get a refund up to 60 days.

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Regarding Michelle Matthews bussiness

Hi, I have joined this Michelle Matthew Home business dreaming to make a good money. Today I got a call from unknown number, a male speaking regarding Michelle Matthew's business. When I said my name, he disconnected the call. I paid first $49 to be a member and then I paid $17 get started with his program. Now I realized it is a scam. But I paid the money from my bank account directly. Is there any chance of getting my money back? Refund? Anyone have idea?
 
 


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avatar   by Cison on May 18, 2011 at 11:30 AM CST

 
 
 
Home Website Center

I purchased the entire thing a little at a time, but have not received the tech support in getting it off the ground. It has been 2 months almost without the support I need, but am getting hits - but no sales on this which I REALLY Need to have going.
 
 


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avatar   by Jeanette on March 9, 2011 at 7:26 PM CST

 
 
 
Unbelievable Hype

I try very hard to not get duped by smooth-talking sales pitch letters but home-online-jobs. org sure sucked me in with an expectation that did not even come close to being what they stated in their website. I fully expected to get training and an opportunity to post links at home and make money in my free time but what they offered after I paid to continue with their program was an out-right lie. Do not spend one penny buying their hype because you will be sorely disappointed and ticked off. I can't believe these people can scam others like they do and think no one is going to be the wiser after-the-fact. They are slick, I will say, and their website sounds too good to be true; because, it is. It's kind of like thinking your buying a key to financial freedom with the opportunity they promote but what you really get is a rat fink out to suck more money out of you while you're still in the dark. I am demanding my money back.
 
 


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avatar   by lwho on February 6, 2011 at 1:41 PM CST

 
 
 
I am going to join the list

I am going to join the list of growing people that have been deliberately misled, lied to, by this person, who-ever it is.

I so wish I had checked this site before joining up.

The hype on the sales page is BLATANTLY UNTRUE, you are not payed for action, you are payed for sales, this is simply affiliate marketing, end of story.

I purchased through Clickbank, so I am not expecting any trouble getting a refund, but for me the saddest thing is this was sent from a source that I had, up till now, trusted.
 
 


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avatar   by iancindy on February 2, 2011 at 8:47 PM CST

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My Review of Home Online Jobs

Hi everyone, I also have a membership with HOJ. Let me start by saying that I doubt there is a real "Michelle Matthews". I'm pretty sure she is just a paid avatar spokes-person to help promote and sell the product.

I agree that the sales page is totally misleading. They make it seem like it won't cost all that much, yet once you pay, get ready... cause here come the upsells. What gets me is that once you're in, they make it sound like unless you upgrade, then you are not serious about making money. Also, if you don't upgrade to Pro, the system will not even allow you to submit a support ticket.

Additionally & for the record, most of the addons are from other companies, so the owner of the HOJ, whoever they are, must be making affiliate commissions on all those upsells. That fact also makes it more difficult when requesting refunds, because you have to get your refunds from each company.

Support is also terrible. I submitted 1 ticket & to date have never gotten a response. I also don't like the fact that they only have a few website products to choose from. This means that for every member, there is the exact same website selling the exact same product out there on the web competing with you. What's worse is that they allow the members to change the price of the product to whatever they want. Doing a search, I found prices for the same product ranging from $4 - $49.95. While the idea seems good at first glance, once you realize that you have other members desperate enough to reduce the price to $4, trust me, you do not have a good chance of making any money on your website. I also question the quality of the digital products... they're really not all that great. Another draw back is that when someone wants to buy, they MUST become a PayPal member to purchase. There's no option for them to Charge the product without setting up a PayPal account.

The other thing that gets me is that... & I've been around for awhile, but they lead you to believe that there is a good chance of making money fast, which simply is not case. It takes time to get websites listed on the web and with Classifieds, Directories and other Free locations on the web generally are not great resources for getting paying customers. They help in the overall scheme of things, but don't expect much.

Frankly, I can see how this system could start to make money over time... if you have 10 to 20 websites on front page of say Google, Yahoo & Bing, but as I said, that takes time, money & a lot of effort.

As for getting a refund, since their payment processors are ClickBank & PayPal, you will eventually get your money back. They are both very large and reputable payment processors & they have strict guidelines when it comes to refunds and stated Money Back Guarantees. I've never not been able to get my money back from either of them. If you run into issues with PayPal, I would let them know that there is a 60 Day stated Money Back Guarantee and that there are many, many forums on the internet, such as this one with many complaints about this company and I would go as far as to state that you will be posting your refund request results on this forum.

How would I rate the HOJ? I'm afraid they get a (D) on my score card. This system just isn't worth the frustration & they are very deceptive on the presale.
 
 


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avatar   by TomD on January 30, 2011 at 6:50 PM CST

 
 
 
Deceiving!

I'm glad I have now found a place that will prevent me from falling for easy-money scams like the "Michelle Matthews Millionaire Club". When I first seen the ad pop up I seen "Google pays me $76 dollars an hour", needless to say I was intrigued so I took the plunge.

After getting all the payments outta the way I realized this was nothing like what I was told. What really got me was the ads by companies that most people would think are okay and wouldn't allow scammers to use their services for payment.

I filled out the one/one coaching application and actually got a call. They made me feel so good and I was gonna be on my way with this one/one coaching to "Financial Independence" but all I got was a guy asking for more cash to "invest in my new business".

I have now moved to the refund phase of this roller coaster and I hope (haha) to get my money back, but if not it's another lesson learned about quick cash is not real.
 
 


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avatar   by Infin91 on January 26, 2011 at 3:34 PM CST

 
 
 
Free Website with Home -Online- Jobs

I enrolled in the Home Online advertised by Michelle Mathews, paid $49.95 for what was supposed to be one free website included. Then after given choices of approx. 8 websites to use had to upgrade for another $49.95 (special today only usually $197. ) All I clicked on stated this upgrade, then same to draw customers. After getting discouraged I began contact to get refund/cancel. Found by calling Idaho no such address for "clkbank" to whom my money would go to. Very Disappointing!
 
 


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avatar   by fountainqn on January 25, 2011 at 8:14 PM CST

 
 
 
A VERY deceiving scam

I usually trust my intuition with every decision I make in my life. When I first heard about this two days ago from links on AOL Jobs, I noticed that there were two articles exactly alike, but with different characters following different work-at-home programs. The articles and commentary were word-for-word. My intuition rang it's first bell when I noticed this.

However, Michelle Matthews works her magic to make this scam seem SO legit that it even shielded my better judgment. I usually AM interested in online-jobs, but always get scared and retreat from the time I see the home page of the program website. What didn't help was all the fake consumer commentary making statements such as, "I just got my first check in the mail, totally cool!" I'm usually not sold on the comments of people stating how successful they've been in a matter in months. Then I read the entire home page of the "#1 Online Job in America as seen on X news stories" and found nothing that came off as a scam. Surprisingly, my mother, who doesn't accept anything, told me she saw this program on Good Morning America, so I was fully confident. All of my anxiety on taking the risk vanished and my intuition bells were silenced, especially after reading that there is a 60-day guarantee. I figured there was nothing to lose, just as "Michelle Matthews" encourages and wants you to think.

*SO- After being under the assumption that I didn't have to purchase anything, the first step to joining is to pay a one-time fee of $50. Okay, that sucks, but step 1 done. Step 2: Create your website. Oh, but wait! According to the stats you won't make any money with the free account, so the only hope to make money is if you upgrade to the PRO account. Well, that costs $99, half-off. I decided to decline, but then a prompt popped up offering to reduce the PRO account to $80 and this will be my only chance to do this and I will never see the offer again. Skeptically, I paid the additional $80 and created my sites. Step 2 regretfully done. Next, step 3: Get Customers at only $50. Great...

I hope you all see where this is going. After reading other people's reviews, it sounds like even after step 3 these fees are going to continue. From what I remember from earlier today, there are about 10 steps (I'm sure all with fees). I'm getting tired of this already and my intuition is knocking the back-side of my head. I feel so dumb. I'm sure there are some legitimate work-at-home jobs out there, but chances are if it's not a scam, you're not going to make much. THIS is definitely not one of them; this is a scam.

Look, if my story alone does not detour you from making a big mistake and siding with Michelle "Make-Believe" Matthews, take in this last little piece of the pie.

The first thing she will do is try to make it seem like there are only 1-3 positions left in your city to get you to sign on. But, why would it matter how many people are doing this per area when this is all online? It simply does not make sense why that would matter. When she offers the PRO account, she will make it seem like the offer is only going to last that day, but it won't. It will be there for everyone that believes this heist, like me. I even checked back on the site to see if the page really discontinued like it said it would after the last position (me) was filled. NOPE! It is still there with still one position left.

Please don't fall for this, you will regret it just like the rest of us.
 
 


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avatar   by Mushroomsamba0 on January 21, 2011 at 3:43 PM CST

 
 
 
No go for me

I didn't make any money and I'm confused about this. I thought this was a good site when I saw the networks logos. But it was a no go. Maybe I did something wrong? I'm at a loss. I got no where with this one. Its too bad, because there is a lot of good sites, but this doesn't seem to be one of them.
 
 


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avatar   by countessbast on January 15, 2011 at 2:51 PM CST

 
 
 
Dont bother wasting your money

After speaking with a representative for about 2 hours, and previously spending 5 hours trying to get this "internet business" up and running, and costing me 160 bucks, the representative finally tells you that they expect you to "invest" $5-10k with the program. If you are even the slightest bit pessimistic, they begin to get angry and degrade your character. He told my bf that he did not want to hear another word from him, because he was questioning the business, and the amount of money needed to start.

I, like those that they prey on, do not have that kind of money to invest, and they ask you to put it on your credit card, because if you had that much money to spend, don't you think you would have it invested, or at least in your savings? We are expecting our 1st child in 6 months, and do not have a crib or anything else yet, so that money can go to much more needed things.

We understand the idea of the site, and if the initial investment was lower, then we might actually consider it. But when we asked about investing less ($2000), he just kept repeating himself over and over. It was almost like he didn't have to pay for the long distance call that took 1 1/2 hours. We hope that you do not get suckered into investing even the 1st payment on the website, and take something from our negative experience, and run like hell when they contact you.
 
 


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avatar   by purrlynxx on January 14, 2011 at 4:34 PM CST

 
 
 
Home Online Jobs

After researching this product that I just received a link for, from a marketer, I thought was trustworthy, yeah right.

I have been looking this Michelle Matthews up and after checking individual reviews and several forums, especially the WAHM forum, I now realize and am glad, I caught that tell tale pop up after trying to close out, begging me to stay for my discount which incidentally was almost half off, I did not have any time or money to waste with these people..

This is an affiliate program that even the best guru would try to sell his best list on... trash

You are not going to be posting links, you are going to be selling their products as an affiliate marketer and you will have to provide the marketing, paying for pay per click ads, etc.
 
 


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avatar   by mcferrensw on January 10, 2011 at 3:23 PM CST


 
 
 
Just another fool

I'm glad I'm not alone feeling stupid about having fallen for that scam, but I wonder if it's really us being stupid, or the other side being evil and deceiving, misleading, and ripping us off in times of need. I, like most of us, am in desperate need of more income, and they did an excellent job playing with my hopes and fears. Same ole, same ole, but it still works. It sounded too good to be true, and sure enough it is. I cried when I made the decision to spend the initial $49.95 from my $50 ($47.80 after fees) balance on Paypal, which was a Christmas gift from my sister. I had held on to it for a moment like now where I need groceries more than a fake website. I was praying that this job opportunity was for real, just to wake up by being led from one pop-up ad to another to upgrade further and further. I went only as far to add the half off VIP upgrade for an additional $17.95, which cost me $25 to overdraw my bank account plus $25 for the missing $2.20 on my Paypal balance. I am broke, I'm overdrawn, which probably stopped me from buying further into it. I have barely food, I don't make enough to even cover my basics, so needless to say I tried. Like others explained before already, it leads one to one tacky looking weight loss website. As soon as it was activated I freaked out, wondering where people would get the item from. I got scared to have people purchase through "my site" and ending up not receiving anything. I should have done my research before I ordered, like I normally do, but was blinded. I sent a few e-mails to get my money back, no response. So I just went onto Paypal to file a dispute. Little less than $70 lost, plus $50 in bank fees, which can be a lot if you truly don't have it. Even more though when you got once again nothing but a harsh lesson of how rotten some people are to create a scam like this. One thing is for sure. The only one who is truly making $15 every 2 minutes or at least $379 a day is that woman Michelle Mathews, probably having a blast over us idiots signing up for that scam.
 
 


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avatar   by Hopes on January 8, 2011 at 2:16 PM CST

 
 
 
Paula : How to obtain refund from Michelle Matthews

Check your email for the payment confirmations either from paypal or click bank. Contact either of the latter giving them the transaction code and give the reason you posted here for the refund. That is what I did and was able to get my $97.95 immediately; and I am still awaiting refund of the search engine payment fee.

I was not given any info on the developers of the products. In fact during the customization of the websites, I became the owner/developer of the product - instead of being just the owner of the marketing site. There was no way I could do that. It was a fraudulent way of making money... moreover I was asked to name my own price for the product and then I found out other member sites had different prices for the Elite Weightloss which ranged from $4.99 to the suggested price I was asked to retail at $49.95.

Anyway I am glad to be getting my money - slowly but surely.
 
 


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avatar   by Lifetech on December 30, 2010 at 5:45 PM CST

 
 
 
Another Scam that cost me over $200!

I feel so STUPID! I paid $49.95 to join this "home business opportunity". Then right after that, they said I could make more money if I upgraded to VIP membership for only $17.95. So I paid it. Then right away they say that I can upgrade to the PRO membership which for $97 will give me 10 websites to make a lot of money with. I paid it!

I never got the 10 websites. After the $97 was processed and I was directed to the website to start making money, it didn't recognize me as a PRO member and there was a banner at the top of the page saying that I could sign up as a PRO member for half price... only $50. I was PISSED! It only allowed me to have the one website, but in order to promote the website, they want you to spend even more money to advertise to get people to your site.

I have spent a week trying to get my money back. No luck. The first two amounts that I paid was through clickbank, but the $97 was through paypal. I don't know how to get my money back from clickbank. Can anyone reading this please tell me?
 
 


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avatar   by PaulaSnow on December 27, 2010 at 7:58 PM CST

 
 
 
Stay Away --

This site has a very misleading way to get people to sign up thinking they are going to be doing an honest home business for extra income. There was no Search Engine Certification Program training. There was no COMPANIES that wanted you to work for them. Just more "paid" upgrades and one-page sites to join.

It has been a week with no luck at getting a refund or even a promise of one. I just hope I can get my money back through Clickbank.

d. dalman
 
 


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avatar   by ddalman on December 17, 2010 at 11:24 PM CST

 
 
 
Waste of time

Boy oh boy!

Do I wish I'd have read these comment first.

I'll admit I was a fool and paid money for something I thought would give me a greater return but like all the other reviews state, you get nothing from it!

So here I am after paying over $200 on junk trying to get my lame advertisements to sell, which they aren't and probably won't.

The website you get is done for you and really are all lame, you can't change anything. One of mine was a weight loss program, which in it's self was a lie, using my own name to tell people how I personally have helped millions of people over the world lose weight ... no I haven't???

Please trust and listen to all of these comments. Don't sign up to anything! You have to pay this much, get to the next stage then have to pay that much ... and it just keeps going!

The good news is that I've heard that my money back is guaranteed with clickbank 60 days so I only hope it works! cause one of the reasons I signed up anyway was in case it failed at least I'd get my cash back, lets hope so!
 
 


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avatar   by nick533a on December 13, 2010 at 8:18 PM CST

 
 
 
I am so ashamed for letting myself get scammed

I like others wanted to join a honest website and what a mistake I made. I was promised $15 for every ad I placed which is a lie. After joining all you get is asked for more and more money. I was told that there would be support. That too is a lie. There was not any live support until I asked for my money back. Then someone contacts you. I kept upgrading and upgrading and never got some of what I paid for. I click on a live chat, and it is a computer asking me to purchase it again and again. No matter what I said they kept saying upgrade now and save $10. I already did. Yesh. Do yourself a favor and stay as far away as you can. Try to find an honest company.
 
 


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avatar   by markdeb811 on December 3, 2010 at 8:44 PM CST

 
 
 
Buyer beware

I "joined" home-online-jobs. org yesterday morning after paying $49.95 and I am reading about how the system works, I then get to a screen that says I can "upgrade" for $17.95, so I go for that as well. I am reading on and soon get to another page that says I can upgrade for $49.95. That is when I canceled. With each upgrade offered I felt (IT MAY HAVE BEEN IMPLIED) that of course the upgrade was best.

There may be legit jobs on the internet but I think one should be wary of ones you have to pay money for.
 
 


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avatar   by mabnord on November 30, 2010 at 1:40 PM CST

 
 
 
Michelle Philips?-save your money

I agree with the other comments and feel annoyed that I was sucked in to yet another misleading ad.

Basically all it does is regurgitate the tired old affiliate stuff, complete with upgrades as soon as you sign up.

Absolutely misleading as I thought it was a new opportunity, but it isn't.
 
 


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avatar   by kazfran on November 30, 2010 at 1:35 PM CST

 
 
 
Michelle Matthews - Home Online Jobs

Today I signed up with Home Online Jobs, as they were highly recommended by this site, IM Report Card. Home Online Jobs was IMRC's #1 pick for "Work at Home Jobs". Since "Home Online Jobs" was #1 I went to read about the company. Michelle Matthews is the owner and she does a great job at misrepresenting what the site is all about. She claims that you will be posting products for major companies, and for each listing that you post you get paid $15. She goes on and on explaining how much money you will earn, in fact, she even has a scale showing how much you will make per day, week, month, and year. In actuality, once you sign up (it was $49.99 yesterday, and $79.99 today.. lol)you realize you are given one cheesy website where you must sell the product she puts on your webpage. If you Upgrade then you get ten cheesy websites also promoting the product picked by Michelle. You then have to pay $100 to advertise your websites in some directory, and pray someone buys your "weight loss product". You make nothing for listing products, in fact, it's not even mentioned once you pay for your membership. I now will start my fight to get my refund. I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR MONTHS FOR ONE LEGITIMATE WORK AT HOME JOB, AND I HONESTLY BELIEVE THAT NONE EXIST. I AM SAD, AND ANGRY. "THE DEFINITION OF INSANITY... DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND EXPECTING DIFFERENT RESULTS". THIS IS ME.
 
 


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avatar   by Andiegirl on November 9, 2010 at 3:11 PM CST

 
 
 
Be careful

I wish I had googled about Michelle Matthews before going ahead with earn $379 a day working from home! I have had my own websites with freelance for 1 week now and sure, they show all the websites, even though there is only one page and the only thing you can change is your name, explanation of your website in 10 words and how much you want to charge. I was even silly enough to go PRO which means I get 10 websites instead of just the 1 free!

It gives you all the statistics of how many people go on your website each day and where in the wold they came from and down the bottom how many sales you have done. 0 by the way! It says it takes up to 2 months to start making money, but that is the refund period (funny that). Also at the moment I have a graph show where the traffic is coming from on the search engines and to get on google and 200+ more search engines you have to pay an additional $49.95 to do this and for all 10 websites it will cost another $14.95 again. It just keeps coming.

So I sent them an email asking them to explain all this and to my surprise... NOTHING! They only send me emails to promote something else.

So the thing I have done now which I should of done in the first place was to Google Michelle Matthews and I wouldn't of spent nearly $300.

Also to cap it off, I went on internet explorer to find my websites and to my funny surprise, it wasn't my name on there but someone else's and the price and 10 word explanation of my web site had not been changed.

So, to sum it up, I wouldn't waste your time or money on this people as you will only get burned like me.

Chris Depp
 
 


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avatar   by chrisdepp100 on October 31, 2010 at 1:58 PM CST

 
 
 
Completly Misleading

The program states you post "links" for hundreds of companies and receive up to $15 per post and you can begin making money the same day. This is completely misleading, below is actually what they offer.

First you have dozens of pages of literature and information in a 7 step process you must complete to even begin. This information basically introduces you to Click Bank, Commission Junction and others. Then they go through traffic building with Google and other sites and how to get traffic to your site(s).

Second, the so called "links" are nothing but advertising a one page website, if you want to advertise the other 12 sites you have to pay additional money.

Third, the "100's" of companies they advertise are nothing but a total of thirteen websites that you need to promote in order to make any money and as mentioned the first one is fre,e you have to upgrade to get the other 12.

So in closing, the advertisement is completely misleading, a waste of time and money.
 
 


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