(You can click on the names to view the sites for yourself and get an impression. However, please keep in mind why these websites are listed here!)
www.commissionwarrior.com This scheme is very similar to commissionkiller.com and commissioncheat.com! Very misleading and deceitful! Unsubstantiated money-back guarantee! Don't go near this one!
www.cbkgamers.com Thanks to an inquiry I got through this website, I checked this lead and indeed it is Scam! Misleading and deceitful! You can get it through ClickBank, but I wouldn't recommend your wasting your time!
www.cashrenegade.com Mixed reviews at best! The website and video are in fact deceptive/misleading! Better stay away from this one because you're not going to get rich by just clicking a button!
www.mobilemoneymachines.com Reviews are mixed at best and user reviews are bad. Don't bother with this one, even though it supposedly can be bought through ClickBank!
www.carboncopycommissions.com This seems to be a relatively new scheme and due to the lack of truly objective reviews, I classify this as a Scam. The name seems odd, inasmuch that carbon copy paper is not really being used anymore. And all the reviews are by marketers with the obvious bias. Plus there is a unsubstantiated 30-day money-back guarantee, so you cannot rely on that.
www.ezwealthsolutions.com Very mixed reviews and as the saying goes, when in doubt... MLM schemes are not as easy as they seem. Highly misleading and deceptive! You have to pay as you (have to) move up the ladder and the higher you go the more you pay plus you have to buy digital product packages! In my book, Ron Walsh and his/this site is a Scam!
www.newaffiliatecashsystem.com My friends at www.thatsnonsense.com have the following to say about this site:"It is $47 a month, and most people who sign up will not recoup this investment. Whilst sites like this do provide marketing information and software for those that sign up, the sales pitch has been deemed misleading - focussing on promoting fallacies and misinformation about getting rich online using “secret” methods and the use of immoral, pressuring tactics to convert sales, instead of describing the content of the actual product and the realistic efforts and results one should expect after signing up."
www.empowernetwork.com The first and foremost reason this scheme is on my scam list, is because the advertisement is misleading and deceptive because you basically don't get anything unless you buy all three packages and that adds up to $ 625! The viral blogging idea is not new and if your target list is big/long enough, you can do everything yourself. If not, you're not going to get very far with this.
www.e-cashsurveys.com Another classic misleading site, although to their credit, they claim only 180 companies to be on their list, not thousands like other sites but again like others, it's totally unsubstantiated! Money-back guarantee not substantiated and thus not credible! Misleading claim that there are no limitations to the surveys and that the "opportunity" is worldwide (not true!). Best not to waste your time & money!
www.netwealthdr.com For the time being I classify this site as Scam because there are no credible reviews and it raises a lot of red flags! It's being offered for "free" for 7 days, however you have to give your creditcard details! Rubbish testimonials! It virtually srcreams Scam!
www.cashversity.com Very deceptive/misleading! You think you're signing up for free and then find out that you have to subscribe to another website/pc-back-up-service with a monthly payment (admittedly not much). So, it's not free and with that I haven't bothered to go through the other "steps"! Don't bother with this one!
www.workathomemaster.com Already mentioned on my main site www.internetadvisor.weebly.com, I feel the need to elaborate further. Again, as with many other sites of this nature, no credible substantiation of claims made, forget the nonsense testimonials and no outright money-back guarantee, unless you buy through ClickBank. Reviews are nothing to shout about! Better to stay away!
www.alltypeofjobs.com This website is quite interesting, in as much as it raises all sorts of red flags. From the start you ask yourself how can this all be 100% free for all the stuff and support you're getting? Then there are the numerous spelling and grammar mistakes from a lady named Donna Richards, "the Director at Work-at-Home-Jobs" and she "personally invites you" to become a part of their team. Then, at the end you have to pay a Membership processing fee! Again, no credible substantiation of the 30,000 companies to choose from, nor is the money-back guarantee substantiated or credible. For whatever it is worth, they claim to have good credentials and were seen/mentioned on TV. But their website is misleading!
www.legitimateworkathome.biz The usual red flags! Thatsnonsense.com comments "We have listed legitimateworkathome.biz as a get-rich-quick scheme based on the way it promotes itself in its sales pitch. Whilst sites like this do provide marketing information and software for those that sign up, the sales pitch has been deemed misleading - focusing on promoting fallacies and misinformation about getting rich online using “secret” methods and the use of immoral, pressuring tactics to convert sales, instead of describing the content of the actual product and the realistic efforts and results one should expect after signing up." And guess what! It is being peddled by none other than Gary Ambrose, the best and biggest Scam peddler there is!
www.incomeinfusion.com Very mixed reviews, with the majority of users having a negative experience. The system is hyped more than what it actually delivers. Better to look at other alternatives!
www.imspringboard.com Even though this site is run by Brett Ingram, the same guy that runs commissionmogul.com, there aren't, so far any credible reviews out there. What riles me, is apart from the usual promises and blah, blah, the video presentation is another classic insult to your intelligence! Unless and until I find credible reviews, I classify this site as Scam as a matter of precaution!
www.nextgenpaidsurveys.com This site is supposedly OK, but what bothers me is that no solid proof is delivered of their working with major companies and the testominials are equally totally unsubstantiated! It also states that "enrollment is open WORLDWIDE" however, it does not mention the fact that outside of the US and Europe there are very few, if any, surveys available! If you really want to try it, then go through ClickBank (if you can find it) to have the comfort of a rock-solid money-back guarantee!
www.profitbank.com This scheme is by Mack Michaels, the same guy behind the millionairesociety.com. The only reason for trying out the millionairesociety.com (mixed reviews) is that you can get it through ClickBank with a rock-solid money-back guarantee. Profitbank.com has received very negative reviews and while you may get it through ClickBank, it seems to be a waste of time.
www.rapidfirecommissions.com While I am still searching for credible reviews, I classify this site as scam, because it raises all sorts of red flags, just like commissionkiller.com and commissioncheat.com! I may re-calssify, once more information is available. So, for the time being, be careful!
www.littlefishblueprint.com While the underlying scheme seems feasable and interesting, it is geographically very localized. What I don't like is that it's the usual from nothing to "riches" story, the insulting video/presentation, it is only available on CD's instead of direct download, it purports to be only available for a limited time and there is no substantiated proof that it really works. For sure, you supposedly only pay 6 bucks for shipping & handling, but then what? No support when you have a question? And guess what! This is being peddled by the greatest and best Scam marketer there is, Gary Ambrose!
www.worldprofitassociates.com & succesdirector.com Devastating reviews! "The online marketing record of Dr. Lant becomes shady when evaluating his business practice. The free webcast offered by Dr. Jeffrey Lant also promises to give viewers 50,000 free web visitors. However, you can only get hold of these visitors if you will purchase the business opportunity system, which costs more than a thousand dollars. The egotistical character of Dr. Jeffrey Lant becomes apparent if a viewer refuses to buy his package. You will be bullied live during the webcast, and Dr. Jeffrey Lant can be very rude if he senses that the viewer is not buying."
www.automated-cash-empire.net Just another classic Scam! Buyers complain about system first trying to sell you even more (upgrades?) and then it doesn't work and worst of all, contrary to the claims made, no support and no replies to emails! Stay away, even if you can get it through ClickBank!
www.legitimateworkathome.biz Another misleading and insulting video/presentation! Reviews have shown that more than 50% of buyer wanted their money back! Could not find a credible guarantee to that extent. Better to stay away!
www.lumpsumprofits.com This is presented by a so-called reputable guy named Ryan Moran. The video/presentation is misleading to say the least and insulting, as he assumes that you are illiterate, by reading the whole thing for you! Most "reviews" you will find are from marketers and the neutral ones I have found were not good at all, to put it mildly. Nothing was mentioned about a money-back guarantee and even if it were sold on ClickBank, I wouldn't touch it!
www.myprofitaffiliate.com I list this site here, at least for the time being, as there are no neutral reviews and it appears that first and foremost it is being used to build/expand a selling/email list. As soon as I find "real" reviews, I will consider to re-classify this site.
www.plrprofitjacker.com Again, flashy video and no neutral reviews, maybe because it's new? I just put this site on this list as a precaution! Seems to be available through ClickBank as a comfort. As soon as I find "real" reviews, I will consider to re-classify this site.
www.mobileblogmoney.com The only two reasons I put this site on the Scam list is, that the video is somewhat misleading and that too many reviews are actually from marketers and not really neutral! The good news is that it's available through ClickBank! Personally, I would suggest not to waste your time. Better be safe than sorry.
www.commissioncheat.com The name says it all! Only, you're going to get cheated! User reviews are devastating! On top of that, it is interesting to note that people who bought it through Clicksure had trouble getting their money back, or didn't, most likely because they asked the provider instead of ClickBank! Stay away!
www.ripcurlcommissions.com Another flashy video that raises red flags all over the place. This must be rather new and only marketers reviews are all over the place! If you really want to check it out, then make sure you van get it through ClickBank with a rock-solid money-back guarantee!
www.ecashopinions.com The reason why I classify this site as scam, is because of false advertsiement/statements, like "from anywhere in the world". That is plain and simple not true! However, the good news is that you can get through CkickBank with a rock-solid maoney-back guarantee!
www.automatedaffiliateprograms.com Thatsnonsense.com, a website which is truly great in exposing Scam, has classified this as Scam, based on "on the way it promotes itself in its sales pitch. Whilst sites like this do provide marketing information and software for those that sign up, the sales pitch has been deemed misleading - focussing on promoting fallacies and misinformation about getting rich online using “secret” methods and the use of immoral, pressuring tactics to convert sales, instead of describing the content of the actual product and the realistic efforts and results one should expect after signing up."
www.instantlistexplosion.com Also called "Fast Cash Strategies". No real reviews available. It seems to just another (useless) e-book, more designed to get your name and email, rather than anything else. Don't waste your time!
www.mymobilemoneypages.com Absolute rubbish! Absolute Scam! All reviews are really bad without exception. Intro video is outright misleading to say the least! Don't even bother opening the site!
www.revenueredemption.com This seems to be new (unless rehashed under another name), but until I can find more information, this site is Scam also because Gary Ambrose (arguably the biggest Scam marketer there is) gave me the lead! Also, unsubstantiated money-back guarantee and "if after 12 months the revenues and conversions have not at leadt doubled, then let us know, show us what you did and why it didn't work for you... and we will buy back the course at 3 times what you paid for". Again, no credible substantiation and the statement as such is useless!
www.commissionsyphonformula.com www.commissionsyphonelite.com User review are devastating! Reportedly, one user bought this through a guy named Simon (aka Sean) who is supposed to be wanted for fraud. Be that as it may, the system is obviously a very pricy scam and efforts from buyers to get their money are still ongoing. No support, no nothing and no money back!
www.onlineProfitMastersSystem.com Another clear Scam! The only way you can make money “posting links” is through affiliate marketing. The sales page contains many red flags – everything from hyped income claims to symbols of extreme wealth like pictures of a yacht, Corvette, and mansion. These are not typical things that you would find on a legitimate job application or business proposal. So, beware of any other websites you may frind linked to Patty Joiner!
www.commissionhack.com This brand new "system" is a beauty. If you watch the video, I'm sure you think the same as I did. Where and why did they get this hooker from to tell you about her system for you to buy? Read the disclaimer below the video and it tells you all, including basically discrediting their own testimonials! Don't waste your time and money, even if you buy it through ClickBank with a sound money-back guarantee! Three clicks and you're on your way to make money? No way! If it's that great, then why sell it? Even more, if it's that great, why not give it for free, franchise it and make even more money? Most likely because it's not!
www.globalincomealliance This site could have just as easily landed on my "websites which are ok, but..." category merely because you can allegedly buy it through Clickbank with their mandatory money-back guarantee. However, what I don't like is that so many reviews you check are actually from marketers. I's not easy finding a "neutral" review and when you do, not much is said either way. That's why, as a precaution, this site has landed here.
www.dataentrybucks.com This site has received the absolute worst reviews I have seen in a long time, apart from the fact that as usual, full of totally unsubstantiated statements and don't even get me started on the BS testimonials!
www.coffeshopmillionaire Reviews are mixed at best with tendency to the negative. Deceitful marekting on the site and videos before you sign up. Especially "hidden" monthly fees, domain costs, etc. not (explicitly) mentioned! Little value! Would not recommend, even if you can buy through ClickBank!
www.gsniper2.com Typical get-rich-quick hype selling marketing information on the illusion it will make you rich. All the usual red flags are present. Unrealistic and deceptive.
www.imlobby.com From the research I have done, this can definitely be desribed as scam! What you get for $ 1,- is more charges! What is not mentioned that each site being set up, you will have to pay for! Be very, very careful! Very misleading!
www.commissionscalper.com This is funny. They are actually so stupid to start with some testimonials from the usual Tom, Jane, Mary, Dick and Harry before they actually present their "product"! Forget this big time!