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Extreme Home Paycheck Review

By on June 14, 2017 in Reviews, Work From Home with 3 Comments

In today’s review, I will be taking a look at Extreme Home Paycheck or Xtreme Home Paycheck depending on how you prefer to say it.

Rather excitingly today’s review is actually a requested review; the first one for the blog. I had a reader contact me asking me if I could take a look at Extreme Home Paycheck and offer my opinion. So thanks Jane for the opportunity.

By the way, if you’re sick and tired of online scams and want a real way to make a full-time income online then check out my recommendation below…

(This is a 100% free training for making 5-figures per month)

Overview

Sadly Xtreme Home Paycheck is exactly the reason I set this blog up. It’s a scam and right now its conning people out of their hard-earned money. The people behind Xtreme Home Paycheck are serial offenders and have created a string of similar businesses like Home Jobs Now and Complete Profit Code.

The way that these opportunities are set up is almost an exact replication of each other with nothing more than a simple website domain change, a new home logo and off they go again. Below you can see the website from Home Jobs Now and apart from the logo it’s exactly the same as Xtreme Home Paycheck.

This is simple ‘slash n burn marketing’ (I should trademark that phrase). What happens is that the product is launched and a whole bunch of affiliates promote the offer. Not nice affiliates these are people who really don’t care about their subscribers. The offer sells well and the product owner and the affiliates make a bunch of money ripping people off.

Then guys like me get involved, we spread the word and make people aware of the dangers naturally people stop buying the product and product owner and affiliates see the sales die off.

The product owner comes up with a fancy new name, clones the website and goes back out to all his affiliates with a shiny new offer that people want to buy.

The Offer

So you may be wondering at this point if Xtreme Home Paycheck is a scam then what the heck are they actually selling? What is this product and how does it work?

Well unlike what the website suggests they aren’t selling or guaranteeing you a job and certainly not a job working from home. What they are selling is a training course on affiliate marketing which to be honest is one of the oldest and best forms of digital marketing but you can get that type of training for free (100% free training for making 5-figures per month)

Don’t believe the hype!

I think it’s fair to say that we have established that Xtreme Home Paycheck is a scam but I just wanted to talk a little about the endorsements on their website.

Don’t be fooled by this type of thing as confidence tricksters and scammers will use these type of high profile endorsements all the time to create a sense of authority and make you believe that what they are selling is legitimate.

It clearly states in the image that ‘Work From Home Opportunities’ have been featured and not Xtreme Home Paycheck so hopefully this gives you some further insight and clarity.

Conclusion

Xtreme Home Paycheck isn’t the first clone of this product and it undoubtedly won’t be the last so look out for the new website in your inbox in the coming weeks and then click ‘Delete’.

With its high-profile endorsement, well put together website and being positioned as a work from home opportunity this scam will appeal to millions of unsuspecting men and women who are desperate to create a new life for themselves.

Sadly, many people will fall prey to this scam and I suspect many more will fall for whatever comes after it.

With no promised job or even the opportunity of a work from home job and money spent on training that could have been gathered for free this type of product really is the worst type of scam online.

My Recommendation

I think it goes almost without saying that I won’t be recommending Xtreme Home Paycheck. Clearly, a scam and clearly out to part people from their hard-earned cash this product has no place on the internet.

(This is a 100% free training for making 5-figures per month)

My Home Job Search Review

By on June 13, 2017 in Reviews, Work From Home with 2 Comments

In today’s review we will be looking at My Home Job Search which is a new online platform that claims to be able to help you “discover real work at home jobs in your area” but is this a legitimate opportunity or just another scam designed to separate you for your money.
Before I get started with my review, if you’re sick and tired of online scams and want a real way to make a full-time income online then check out my recommendation below…

(This is a 100% free training for making 5-figures per month)

Overview

With literally millions of people looking for ways to make money from home or from the internet, it is no surprise that websites like My Home Job Search are created – the demand is huge.

When you first look at the My Home Job Search website it looks extremely professional and very well put together. There is a contact number, Facebook likes and “1,827 home jobs available right now…”

According to My Home Job Search, there are some pretty big employers that need your help including but not limited to Netflix, Apple, Amazon, Cover Girl, Samsung, Barnes and Noble and so on.

According to My Home Job Search, they have already helped over 19,834 job seekers and nearly 300 employer’s worldwide.

And to top it off if My Home Job Search doesn’t connect you with a position within 14 days they will refund 100% of your membership fee.

What is the Opportunity?

My Home Job Search is an introduction agency, they claim to give you the opportunity to apply for jobs from a number of prospective employers and according to their website they have some very impressive employers in their system. These include Sam’s Club, myPCBackup.com, Body and Bath Works and others which I have mentioned above like Amazon.

According to My Home Job Search all the jobs and are reviewed and verified before being allowed into their database, they also claim that your pay is Guaranteed, meaning that you never have to worry about getting paid as they only work with employers with a proven track record for payment. And finally, they literally guarantee that they will be able to place you in a job with one of their approved employers.

My Home Job Search even has testimonials from existing members of their system like;

Candy – Mason, MI

Kevin – San Diego

There are others too like;

Kim – Denver, CO

Scott – Arlington, TX

The Truth

Although the My Home Job Search is a very nicely laid out website that looks very professional and believable the first thing that concerned me was the Facebook Like button. Why? Because it’s fake, that’s why. The button doesn’t work. That in itself isn’t a big issue I guess, perhaps a mix up in the design and programming offices until you actually search for them on Facebook only to find that they don’t exist which means not only is the button and the suggested page fake but so are the Likes.

I decided to press this a little further and see how far I could run with the site. I entered the Zip Code ABC123, clearly, a fake Zip Code that should have been rejected but to my surprise, there were 27 employers in my area that wanted to hire me. So I entered IMIR in the Zip Code and again there were 27 employers looking to hire me. Clearly, something is not right here.

I followed the next 4 or 5 steps putting in the most ridiculous answers but to my surprise, I was able to continue and create an account. I was greeted by this page at the end of the account creation process and was then the opportunity to upgrade to a platinum member which apparently gives me a better chance of landing a better job – sigh!

Once you complete your account membership and actually get into the Membership Area you’ll be disappointed to find that there are no jobs and the opportunities that you are presented with are offers that are readily available outside of the membership area, things like Paid Surveys for example.

Conclusion

I don’t believe that My Home Job Search is an outright scam as they are just promoting offers that are already available however I do think that the website, the claims of immediate opportunities and the guarantees very misleading. I also think the upsell to the Platinum Membership is unnecessary and should be removed.

Recommendation

For these reasons I cannot recommend My Home Job Search to you and would suggest that you avoid this opportunity at this time.

(This is a 100% free training for making 5-figures per month)

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