The fake news site Consumer Finance Guide found at ConsumerFinanceGuide.com is one of the more notorious fake news sites that has promoted all kinds of dubious work at home programs. At least 90% of the programs it has promoted have had numerous red flags as found on the following Home Business Scams Red Flag priority checklist:
Home Business Scams Red Flag Priority List
As of this post, the fake news site Consumer Finance Guide is promoting a program called Work At Home Paycheck.
The Jennifer Becker A to Z Cash System joins one of the newer fake bizop names with a somewhat older link-posting scam. You might be surprised to know that the A2Z Cash System scam has been going on for over 2 years now! I have a warning about the A to Z Cash System in June of 2012 here:
The Jennifer Becker name has been used to promote numerous other work at home scams, including the following:
The My Home
The dubious Melissa Johnson Advancing Income was being promoted heavily a while back. Looks like it's on the rise. It's being promoted by the notorious fake news site CareerJournalOnline.com, complete with the typical fake names, stock photos and fake stores.
I did a warning about Advancing Income here. If you are thinking of buying the program, you definitely want to read through that.
Often these types of so-called work at home programs heat up right before the U.S.
Each local and also international companies acknowledge the effect of enabling the masses to learn that the products they are making are made in conformance to their flavor, their need, and for all their benefit. The variety of promotions and initiatives around continuously claim that your opinions matter to them.
This holds true.
In fact, it's so accurate that some large companies pay you to respond to surveys for all all of them, done in purchase to accomplish their
A couple interesting things are going on with this Debbie Jones Online Cash program. First of all, the name has been changed from Amanda Jones to Debbie Jones. The second thing is that the program was originally called Online Cash Commissions. I assume that these changes were done to make it harder to find negative information about the programs through the search engines.
I put a warning up about the Debbie Jones Online Cash program here: