More of Melissa Mayer, this time the fake news site promoting link posting scams, doesn't even have a normal web address. It's simply promoting Melissa Mayer Work At Home Jobs, which is just a generic name being used to promote all of the Melissa Mayer work at home scams.
In this instance, the site being promoted is the old Work At Home Institute scam. That's been around a long time, so if you aren't familiar with it, you'll want to read the following:
Work At Home Institute warning at RealScam
The Ross Williams Legit Online Jobs program claims that you can make money in 3 simple steps. He wants you to know that he's been where you are...although he probably hasn't been where one of the people who gave him a testimonial has been.
Curious? Check here to find out what I mean:
In one part of the sales letter, it does reveal that legit online jobs is affiliate marketing.
Originally Posted by Seattle
This story comes from a private school in Beijing where one of my best friends worked for 2 years as an ESL teacher. He said it was okay to share this story so long as I did not mention the name of the school. He said that his bilingual teacher aide who is only 23 years old who is only paid 2,000 yuan per month (about $150) suddenly had to quit her job last month, and claimed her mom was in the hospital in Changsha (about 700 miles away). Two days after
The Michelle Withrow Work At Home Authority site is fake review site that promotes all kinds of questionable programs. It's most notorious for promoting the link posting scam Work At Home Institute.
You can read detailed information about the fake review site WorkAtHome Authority here at real scam:
If you want to know why you should avoid the programs recommended by Michelle
Here's another Melissa Mayer link-posting scam. This one goes by the name At Home Cash and is found at AtHome.cash. There are all kinds of obviously problems with this program. I've posted several of them here at RealScam:
You'll notice at one point, the @HomeCash site shows Work@Home on the order page - that's likely because the athome.cash site is run by the same people who run the workathome.cash site. You