Mom Makes $…/Day

How the scam works:

These ads are everywhere – testimonials from a stay-at-home mom who earned alot of money by fairly menial online work. The ads may include references from reputable businesses: “As seen on CNN” or “Mom makes $$$$ by posting links on Google.”

You click the link, thinking “What have I got to lose?” It takes you to another site with newspaper articles on the company featuring happy people showing off their checks.

The articles seem to be from reputable sources like USA Today and your local papers, but the writers must have left their journalistic ethics at the door – the articles are filled with testimonials and even end off with a call to action: “Join Now – 52 positions left!”

You decide to try it out, since, even if it is a scam, you’ll only lose $12.99 for the startup package – or so you think. All that changes when you receive your next credit card statement showing a membership charge of $150!! You call the company and try to dispute it, but they say it’s impossible to cancel due to the wording in the fine print. They may also advise you to buy additional software or training to “maximize your earning potential”.

When you finally realize you’re being taken advantage of and try to report them and denounce the company online, you’ll already be too late. The company will simply change their name and start again, scamming whoever else wants to make a quick dollar.

How to avoid:

Avoid these types of offers. Sign up fees, membership costs and other charges aren’t usually the first step to securing new employment. If you feel tempted, try googling the site online and look for an independent review. Always do your research and work only for legitimate employers. If you are really looking for a job and seek to make some money online until you find the next ideal job, join Swagbucks.com, which is the world’s largest free online rewards program. You get paid by doing things online which you might do anyway, such as searching the web, discover products, take surveys, watch videos, or play games. You can also get free iTunes and Amazon cards. The company has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. You can register for free HERE.


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sasha

I was taken by 2 separate con artists! first by a guy whose face is shown on TV through his Infomercials almost every night and has become quite famous. his name is Anthony Morrison. I purchased the product based on his guaranteed that if I didn’t think it was what he is claiming it is, I can then, cancel it within 60 days and get my money back. I canceled within 5 days and never got my money back. All of my repeated request were ignored and left unanswered. The 2nd con artist was another well known artist by the… Read more »

Samuel F

@Sasha – these are such common scams nowadays. The crooks rely solely on the "money back guarantee" trick. Besides not sending your money back, the scam is usually also in the fine print. Did you read it? Can you still read it? Most of the scamm

BILL COULTER

I GOT A CALL THE OTHER NITE FROM A GUY WHO SAID HIS NAME IS;SEAN WILLIAMS. WITH A COMPANY CALLED AFFILIATE GROUP WANTED ME TO GIVE HIM MY CREDIT CARD NUMBER,BECAUSE IT WOULD COST ME 199.00 DOLLARS TO JOIN,WHEN I DIDN’T HE LOWERED IT TO 149,SO I TOLD HIM I WANTED CHECK HIS COMPANY OUT. I HAVEN;T BEEN ABLE TO FIND ANYTHING ON THIS COMPANY HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF THEM?

vijay

profitwebsystem this site is real or scam plz confirm

patricia

I too was scammed by Anthony Morrison ! I just bought a program and have tried to cancel within 3 days but they have no contact phone and don’t answer there email. I can only tell you to BEWARE of Anthony Morrison. I have probably lost my $150.00 that I spent. My guarantee was for 365 days. You can file a complaint with the BBB. the more negative reports filed the BBB will investigate.

Ebony

What this bobbie robbison lady is she real the website http://www.wahinstitute.net

Boris

new scam wahuniversity same concept!

kim

just joined this site hiredpay.com just need to know if its a scam.
please.

ronald

im trying to get this money just like mom lol..but the most part about it i wanna help to provent the scame

jeff

what are the safety website to work online

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