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If you are researching the Jessica Marshall Work At Home Paycheck program, you may want to take a look at the research I've done on it so far. You can see the information at the following page:
I list several red flags that I see regarding the program. I also would like anybody who has experience with the program or further information about the program to post information in the comments
I'm working on updating my research on the Mike Dee Rich Janitor program. Originally, the program used the name Mike Dougherty and had a different sales page. You can read my original review of this program here:
The testimonials used back then were highly suspect. Currently, I'm mainly concerned by many of the claims the sales page makes as well as many of the claims in the
The Internet Income Commissions program found at homebizsecure.com is yet another attempt to weasel people into another ridiculous link-posting "opportunity". Of course, the only opportunity that arises from participating in programs like this is the opportunity for you to have your hard earned money separated from your bank account.
Not only is the Ashley James name fake, but the so-called reporter "Karl Goddard" is a name rampantly used across numerous scammy
Apparently, eStore Builder is still being heavily promoted. One of the sites promoting it is a fake news site using a fake story about a "single mom" named Jenny Arnold who uses the typical claim, "I basically make about $6,000-$8,000 a month online."
Of course the name "Jenny Arnold" is also fake. Not only that, but the scammers writing the fake news stories can't seem to keep track of who the fake story is about.
You can see what I mean
If anybody has read a story talking about the Kim Swartz Work At Home Edu program, they may want to consider a few facts about Swartz. First of all, you probably found her name on a fake news site with a name like "Daily Consumer Tips" or "Best Home Jobs".
The site probably had the logos of CNN, USA Today, Fox News, MSNBC, abc, and CBS News. It may even have claimed to be written by one of the following (fake) investigative reporters: