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Work At Home University Scam Or Legit?

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by , 09-14-2012 at 05:39 AM (124572 Views)
I've put up a new review of red flags I see in the Work At Home University program's sales letter. Sites like this are almost always lead generation sites for high pressure sales people trying to get you to spend thousands of dollars - sometimes tens of thousands of dollars.

I personally recommend you avoid sites like WorkAtHomeUniversity (WAHUniversity.com) altogether - and I especially recommend that you avoid talking to the sales people to which these types of sites lead you.

IF you are in the process of talking to a sales person from Work At Home University or a site to which it led you, I strongly recommend you read my section about dealing with the sales people and a few things to do BEFORE you sign a contract - or hopefully before you do NOT sign a contract:

Click here to see my full Work At Home University review of red flags.

Note, the WorkAtHomeUniversity.com site appears to be related to Simply Click To Profit and possibly Stay At Home Revenue.

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