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.”


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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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48 thoughts on “Mom Makes $…/Day”

  1. If you sign up and decide not to do the program, watch out. You will be hounded every week by them.
    They are desperate for you to sign up. I want advice from anyone who could give me, how do I get the to stop ? They do not listen when I tell them to STOP!!!

  2. Internet Careers got me with ClickPartners.com for $97. As soon as credit card went through my ph started ringing, I answered and (different callers male and female)and I ask what the call was for and the caller said to help with next step,I said I thought that is what I just paid for, I ask what you mean, he said to mentor me, did I have $10,000, I said yea, wanted credit card #, I said hold on, like you said real fast talker, he said that for that money they would set up everything and sent all the traffic and I would be making that much a week, them doing all the work and I just take in the money, I said no, he said I understand you being leary of spending that much just starting out but I was missing out, but they had a cheaper one for $5000 finally got down to $1,200 I said no, he got irate and said that I was not serious about making any money and said I was on my own and hung up, Though I would try promoting the internet career which paid $125 per sale, the site had a optin box where anyone had to put their info in before they could see what the program was about, I sent around 40,000 hits to the site and never made one sale and they got all the new people that clicked on the site, I did see the name scott kelley and they said she was too busy making money to be answering emails, that I bought a self taught program and to read through the site. Now they have a guy going by the name Rory Ricord that your suppose to sign up with and follow and do what he tells you. They have one Pro Pearl and Pring Money Pro with the 37 clicks. Back in May

  3. http://www.one.ie aka Anthony O’Connell and his wife Apple are big scammers and frauds. They supposed to make me an online job, took the money and ran off.
    Since then I can not run my business and lost about 5000 USD in cashwhich they take from us and about 100.000 USD in Business losses.
    If you are going to make business with this fraudster and scammer, who is also already reported to royal thai police, then you can be 1000% sure, you will loose everything !
    be warned of the "friendly" style of Tony, and then when he takes your money, even his wife will force you to leave the country and threaten with mafiam if you want your money back.
    BE CAREFUL WITH TONY O’CONNELL AND WANNABE WIFE APPLE AND HIS CHILDREN BRIAN AND….

  4. Glad I saw this website before I went any further. My first clue that this was likely a scam was I entered my email address and the video said that I’d have a mail message in about 5 minutes. It’s been around 30 now and, SURPRISE!!!, no email message. I’m pretty much convinced that everything’s a scam . . .

  5. Avoid Coastal Web LLC!!!! They are huge scammers. They got me with a “1000 referral program and search engine optimization” trick… You search and search for ways to make money online from home, and you think you have found one. So of course it starts out, you can make thousands a day. You enquire, then a man calls, JOHN SANDERS, quite a fast talker, knows just what to say for everything you could think of to asked (Except they skip around with what exactly it is that you are supposed to do). His phone number is 480-389-1384.

    Then he gets personal and friendly, telling about his family and how his wife’s pregnant with twins and asks you about your family. Then gets onto; okay give me your credit card number, and you balk but he fasts talks you, it is so weird, why I didn’t just hang up, I don’t know. Then he keep saying "We guarantee that if you are unhappy at any time within 90 days you can receive a complete refund") And he keeps repeating that. So I fell but couldn’t afford to pay the full amount, which one was 499.00, you give them your card number not knowing that it is for automatic withdrawals for you to pay for getting ongoing email addresses to send their information too. And that amount was for the least amount of emails, like 1000 emails a month. But you tell him how leery you are for being scammed (Guess not leery enough) He said "Oh I know and if you have a problem like that with anyone you call me and I have a guy here that can handle that for you."

    It didn’t take me 90 days, just a few hours to realize I was scammed! So I called back and they got mad, then they kept calling and calling harassing me. I say they, as it was different people not just the first guy calling.

    After months of fighting and threating back and forth all I could get was my 299.00 and recurring removed, with the help from my bank, but lost the 200.00 because it was a cash card, So lessoned learned, cash cards do not back you up! And never do anything online with out doing a thorough check on the company, first off a scam check!

  6. Notice many of these scam sites say that this "one time fee" is the lowest they can go to "cover their expenses". If that was really the case then why would any respectable company take a monetary loss by offering lower prices every time you try to exit their page? I was recently on one of the scam sites and the start price was $97. I exited the page 7 times and each time I tried to leave a "Special Offer" message pops up and the price is suddenly dropped $10. When the price went down to $27 (a $70 "loss")I proceeded to laugh and exited the page again. Apparently they felt uncomfortable scamming someone for less than $27.

  7. THIS IS JOHN DOSTER BACK TO LET YOU KNOW MY DISPUTE WITH LINK POSTING PARTNERS WAS RESOLVED IN THE SCAMS FAVOR HOWEVER MY CREDIT CARF GAVE ME 70.00 OF MY MONEY BACK FOR 97.00 SO THEY WIN I LOSE 27.00 WHICH IS GREAT FOR ME.I STILL THINK WITH ALL THE EVIDENCE OUT THEIR I SHOULD HAVE WON. THEIR IS 197.00 AND ANOTHER 97.00 DISPUTED HOPE MY CREDIT CARD RULES IN MY FAVOR.THIS COMPANY USES YOUR WRITTEN DISPUTE TO THEM AGAINST YOU SAYING YOUR COMPUTER HAS HOOKED UP TO THER COMPUTER SO YOUR WRITTEN DISPUTE GOES AGAINST YOU VERY CLEVER ON THEIR PART

  8. annie thay got me for 97.oo michael browm i dont have a lot of money just need make a little to help with my little boy who has cp he dont wolke he dont tolke i would be soglade a job worke at home annie

  9. They got me for $97 although they did refund my $197. I have sent many emails to their customer service department but the whole thing seems like a scam to me. I hope the Feds find them and lock them up if that is what they deserve.

  10. I ALSO FELL FOR LINK POSTING PARTNERS 397.00 DOLLARS THEY SAY 100 PER CENT SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED CONTACT YOUR CREDIT CARD AND LET THEN NO SCAM IS EVERY WHERE THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT US.
    JOHN DOSTER

  11. Almost got me! Thank god I did my research on my own NEVER go off of what they are showing as reports from customers total bs. These ppl should be ashamed taking advantage of others desperate for work.

  12. * I just signed up and had a feeling that I should investigate this further before spending anymore money. Thanks for the info. I am going to try to cancel tomorrow, but if I have problems getting my money back, who can I contact for help.

  13. i think money scam is all around us but it help you keep up your wits when thinking about using it because you have to think first is this a good decision. and if not you can see how naive you are and if its good you make money.

  14. TOTAL SCAM!!!! It seemed like a great idea, but I can’t get to the members area; there probably isn’t one. I want my $97 back, too!

  15. Stacey Linton:

    Yes, I would like the phone numbers and names.
    I, too, fell for Link Posting Partners and would like to get my money refunded. Thanks for helping.

  16. David Shashikant

    I was scammed as well for a total $320.00.When I called within a few days an operator answered and gave me another number to call for refund . I have not been successful. Does anyone have the Tel.No. to call for refund?

  17. Wow I too just was on their site and they even took it down to 47.00… Thanks for the reviews. Everything is always to good to be true.

  18. I almost got burned by link posting partners. They tell you its so simple for $97 you can be making so much money in just a few minutes per day. Then they have you call and ask you to spend 2000-3000 to really make a lot of money and then you decline. You finish the training and you are about to set up your "free" website and they want you to pay 200 for hosting services. The original site promised double your money back. this too is crap as I just spent 45 min on the phone just to get my original money back.

  19. Link posting partners is fake there using the same videos as before. The guy in the video sounds so bored
    Of doing his fake job.

  20. thank you all very much.I was just about to get suckered into this $97 charge on link posting partners that they keep saying there are only limited spots so appreciate yall a lot

  21. Is link Posting patners a scam????I just saw it today and it ARRIVED TO ME SO ESALY THAT MAKES ME DOUBT, please if someone know something just tell me

  22. This is, plain & simple, a scam despite the phony "news article" from the non-existent "Finance Report". The contact address is also a fake — it’s the middle of a parking lot at a strip mall.

    "Mom-Makes $7937/month part time at home…

    And what they find comes to a huge surprise and reminds us that while we need to be very cautious, there are some work from home programs that work very well!"

    DO NOT CLICK on any of the links!!!

  23. attention dunagan: I am very upset with being a fool to fall for the same $97 scam. Noone will help me make the program work, they are nasty and ask very personal financial questions. I followed all the directions and started posting ads on craigslist and backpage like they say but guess what? They do not allow any of the links or related text to links in their ads. I am calling to get a refund and I am also filing a complaint with the BBB. This company is called online software solutions.

  24. So this sounds like the $97 dollars I was going to pay that led to another amount……….. that leads to another amount……… that ends up working for a company referred to 37 clicks………. you get access to start but if you want to be considered to make the "big bucks" you need to go and qualify with a consultant and this conversation leads to another fee so they can put a business plan in place for you to make the money you want to make. Anyone familiar with this?

  25. Cash online is a good scam checked the ripoff report before ordering they must be on a new name because this link poster was scammed! Hate these slimy bastards

  26. Yes I would like the telephone numbers. This sounds like the sight I almost signed
    up with. I was going to have to pay $97.00.

  27. All I want to do is make some money. I’m not trying to get rich. I just want to stay home with my son and get off welfare and be a good mother and provider. If I have to PAY to get work to PAY ME, it’s not happening or worth it. I am broke. Why would I have $37 extra dollars for some one when I need that cash to diaper or feed my child or gas up my car to take him to his doctor appointments?

  28. hi beware of a namibian with the scam of free money making online his name is Andreas Shiindi giving the webside fbcashplugin.com and email address [email protected]. He is a liar and scammer. Warn other not to fall in the trip

  29. Stacey Linton

    I applied for a job supposed to be posting links. The start up fee is 97.00 I paid the 97.00 it took me to another page to call a rep. Called the rep he sends me to watch this video. I go watch the video the video is talking about selling on Ebay? So the rep calls back….now they want me to "make an investment" in MY company but they are going to help me set up my company just for simply sharing my success story? So, I don’t succeed they don’t succeed. If I don’t have enough money to start up with then they will finance the balance. I have heard yet what that about it? I do not believe it however I have been going with it just to see how it plays out. If anyone would like the phone numbers and names let me know. Thank you for this site! It is very helpful.

  30. Is this a scam?

    I am trying to find out if this work at home university with Michelle Withrow for making money at home posting links for companies on line is on the up and up?

  31. 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.

  32. 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?

  33. @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

  34. 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 name Anik Singal who sold me the same online digital scam with 60 days money back guaranteed. My repeated request for my money back was equally ignored. Thank you.
    sasha nejadof

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