How to spot an online scam and how to avoid an online scam is the continued focus of this post. Every online entrepreneur needs to be able to both recognize these universal scams and know how to respond to them to remain scam free. In Part 1 I extracted the scams that were found on the Ultimate Home Profits (UHP) and the cloned Increase My Bank Account (IMBA) websites to both show you what they looked like and to give you suggestions for how to deal with them. To fully benefit from this article I recommend reading Part 1 first
How to spot online scams and how to avoid online scams is the focus of this post and the one to follow. In Part 1 I will use the websites of Ultimate Home Profits (UHP) and the cloned Increase My Bank Account (IMBA) as a reference for identifying the classic scam doozies found on these websites, during the 18 month period from November 2015-May 2017. Should you desire to read my review of that product you can access it here. I will also make suggestions on how to deal with those scam factors. While anyone can be scammed,
PRODUCT NAME: Ultimate Home Profits Overall Ranking: 5/100 Price: $ 97.00, $67.00 reduced to $47.00 when trying to exit the page, Up-sells: $166.95 Owners: Some anonymous corporation Website: https://ultimatehomeprofits.com, https://www.increase-my-bank-account.com INTRODUCTION The Ultimate Home Profits Scam-A Product Review of a Cloned Disaster is the focus of this product review. I will share my introduction to this program, how the immediate cloning surfaced, how the scam permeated the sales letter and culminated in a useless product. Be advised that I am mainly focusing on the 2 most recent websites that cover an 18 month period from November 2015-May 2017. Also
Knowing how to build a selling website is one of the most important skills an online entrepreneur must possess. You don’t need to learn programming or website design as much as you do need to know what will make your website profitable. Without that knowledge there is no reason for your website to exist.
Millionaire Cash Code $500 Special Discount Overall Ranking: 1/10 Price: $97.00 Owners: Robert Allen (2015), Matt Daniels (2016), Jeff ?? (2017) Website: I could not find the website INTRODUCTION Is Millionaire Cash Code a Scam? Absolutely! This product came to me by way of an internet marketer who on 2/4/17 provided a link in his email to a video that I initially thought was on the company website. Jeff, the unseen person and presenter in the video, first mentions that he wants to give a business to the next 30 people. He then indicates that he made $1,000,000 for each
How to identify an online scam is a question many web viewers have when looking for a program or products. The internet provides for great opportunities available to you online; however, along with those great opportunities come a ton of online scams. What on the surface looks like an amazing deal might be a scam wrapped in glitz and glam. On the other hand, something you may be suspicious of could be a legitimate opportunity. This article will focus on some of the predators practices in hope that increased awareness of their practices can help you identify possible scams and
PRODUCT NAME: Wealthy Affiliate Website: www.wealthyaffiliate.com Price: Starter Membership, $0 Price: Premium Membership, $49/month OR $359/year Owners: Kyle & Carson Overall Rank: 95 out of 100 Who it’s for: Newbie – Expert My Introduction to Wealthy Affiliate My introduction to Wealthy Affiliate (WA) was unique. I was reviewing a series of emails with links to various programs when I came upon what on the surface looked like a good affiliate program. Because of the many opportunists and scam artists that are online my first inclination was to see if there were any online reviews of the product and the company.