I'm taking a look at the Brett Phillips Earn At Home Academy site and see several red flags. The first one is the fact that it's using the same Tanya Rivero video that so many dubious work at home sites have used.
The site also claims that you can be running and ready to make bank by following "3 Super-Easy steps" and pushing one button. That doesn't sound very likely.
I'm also skeptical about the "Fast-Track Call". If you want to know why, take
people per hour robbed me for $200 and did not deliver anything. when i tried to get help they dont even have a customer service that you can speak to. not even an online person. Rubbish company stay way and tell the world to stay away!!
Some things never change. Sarah Johnson Work At Home scams have been going on for years. For some reason, that name has been heavily used to promote all sorts of work from home bizop scams. It's also been used as the author of fake review sites.
I wrote a post about many of these scams, including a couple that were shut down by the Federal Trade Commission.
You can read about the Sarah Johnson scams here:
Here we go again. The Michelle Robinson Work At Home Edu program is yet another program that uses a banner that has nothing to do with the actual program being promoted.
There are plenty of other reasons you might want to avoid the Work At Home Edu program as well. You can read about those at this page:
Here's yet another site using the fake "Amanda Jones" as its spokesperson. This time it was being promoted by the fake news site WSPosts which claims to be "Your source for smarter living".
Clearly a fake news site promoting the Amanda Jones Online Income Program is anything but a source for smarter living.
The site at Online-Income-Program.com is using the same fake testimonials and stock photos that hundreds of other work at home scam sites have