Stay At Home Revenue Scam Warning

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by , 08-22-2012 at 05:25 AM (28800 Views)
Wow. Stay At Home Revenue has generated an incredible number of complaints over the past few months. I was going to put out a warning a few months ago, but got distracted and forgot. I just found a blog post that I was going to do back in March and finally found the time to put it together.

There are so many people sites that look just like Stay At Home Revenue it's hard to keep track of them. This one is particularly dangerous though because there are many sites buying advertising to promote it and it appears to be being pushed through large email lists. Not only that but StayAtHomerevenue.com is simply a lead generation site to try to get you to spend as much money as possible. You can see how that works at my recent Stay At Home Revenue review of red flags.

I'll be updating the warning at that page with additional information - especially the name of any and all coaching programs or other services. Once you read the warning hopefully you will stay far, far away from this scam. If you know the names of coaching companies or you dealt with them, please post them here or there.

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