- January 22 ,2017
The “Work At Home Special Report” website is “owned” by Emily White, sometimes Mary Stevens, sometimes Melissa Johnson.
It can be found at http://nycscope.com/res2/, http://www.theweeklyviral.com/d/tna.php, http://www.winnercareer.com/lp/c/bcam.php, and nycscope.com/res2/bcad.htm.
It is a link posting scam with sleazy news report like angle.
Work At Home Special Report uses a frequent and fraudulent news scheme the scammers call an “advertorial”.
That is short for advertisement editorial, which should not be a thing.
Even though it might appear to be a genuine news report, it is in reality a fake news report.
Everything on Work At Home Special Report is totally made up, there’s nothing genuine about it.
In fact, the disclaimer at the base of the page disclaims everything at the top.
The Work At Home Special Report site presentation page is part of other scams with various fake working single mom names and stock photographs.
Indeed, even the anecdotal ‘work from home single parent’ Mary Stevens is not an actual living person.
Besides one of the biggest issues being that it resembles a news report, the main con is the bait and switch game known as the link posting scam.
Newcomers to internet marketing are the main staple that these scammers go after, because they don’t know any better.
They buildup a whopper that you can make a lot of money with them with no experience or abilities working just a hour a day, but that’s just a lie.
Watch out for gimmicks such as the fake check photo-shopped to make it look like the fake mom is raking it in. That is a lie, too.
The reality is that you never get large checks like that when you post ad links.
In the event that you do happen to profit doing it you will get separate little checks from the customers for whom you post ads if you do happen to make anything at all.
The problem with this type of scam is that you have to invest in ad space to post the links, so right off the bat you’re spending money in hopes you might make money.
Most people do not click on those links anyway, so there’s not a whole lot of money to be made.
Gaining a living from posting promotions for various organizations is almost nonexistent, as the odds of somebody engaging the link and purchasing something is highly unlikely.
Be that as it may, the main ones profiting through Work At Home Special Report is the con artist who runs the site.
Work At Home Special Report first charges $99.95, and then if you try to exit the site, a pop up window slashes the price in an effort to entice you more.
Even then you’re still paying too much. Don’t feel like you’re fortunate getting the markdown.
It’s only a trap to motivate you to join and surrender your personal and banking information.
There are many programs with which you can make money online from home. However Work At Home Special Report is not one of them.
A large portion of the genuine ones don’t charge you as much and keep on charging your card without your authorization.
When you surrender your MasterCard number and individual information, Work At Home Special Report unleashes a boiler room floor sales team that tries aggressively to up-sell you.
They do their best to sell you useless business coaching programs and other junk that will only leave you broke.
Work At Home Special Report has no refund system and attempting to recover your cash is just about impossible.
They only go away when they’ve gotten as much money from you as they can get.
So may unhappy victims have kept in touch with us about getting ripped off by these scammers, sometimes for as much as tens of thousands of dollars.
Additionally, please avoid the site it diverts you to, Work At Home Source. It ios also part of the scam.
Work At Home Special Report is a terrible work from home scam that you you should dodge at all costs.