Is Home Job Source A Scam?

is home job source a scam

Is Home Job Source A Scam?


If you were considering buying this product but had some second thoughts as to if Home Job Source was legitimate or a scam?

I intend to answer that for you and even invite you to go back and check my findings for yourself.

There are honest ways to make money online, but can posting links randomly on the internet be one?

What Is Home Job Source?

Home Job Source has two websites that I am aware of, under homejobsource(.net)(.org) and both give off a story about how easily you can work from home and become wealthy quickly.

What I found interesting is that both websites seem to refer to Home Job Source as the product that’s going to help you in doing so (becoming wealthy fast).

However, any link you click in the article takes you to Ultimate Home Profits which is what is actually being sold here.

is home job source a scam

An Image From Home Job Source website

So in a sense, Home Job Source = Ultimate Home Profits.

Home Job Source is what was begin hyped up to “earn you lots of money and solve your financial problem” but your being funneled to Ultimate Home Profits from their website.

Make sense?

In light of this, I thought it would be wise to take a full look into Ultimate Home Profits, as there’s no difference between the two.

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Reality: When it comes to Home Job Source and the Ultimate Home Profits products – neither of these exists.

What do I mean by that?

Sure you can pay for the system, but making money in this fashion is truly a myth. What you are actually getting involved in is the well-known scam known as the link-posting scam.

Home Job Source tells you exactly what you will be doing on their website and really delivers itself as a legit work from home position:

is home job source a scam

Similar information can be found within Ultimate Home Profits website, or sales page really:

is home job source a scam

The only problem is, this isn’t the first time I encountered this scam, widely known as the link posting scam.

Here’s the truth about link posting:

1. “Companies are desperate for people to post links”

No, in fact, they’re not. The truth is some websites advertising that you could make money online simply by posting links want you to spam other websites which will only lead back to their site.

2. Cost of hiring employees saves companies money

Not going to dig too far into this, but posting links pays poorly.

3. Companies see real results from independent workers

If this was an actual thing in the past (sharing your links anywhere and everywhere online), there’s no way it’s still giving positive results. With spam protection and other moderators, these bad links get detected and dealt with fast, that’s if the link ever even makes it that far.

There is a legit way to posting links, such as onto your own website, but this method by Ultimate Home Profits doesn’t come close.

The worst part about all of this, once you buy the product there’s no actual training as advertised (which wouldn’t work in the first place!).

You May Have Noticed:

is home job source a scam

This can be spotted in the top right hand of the website and is intentionally used to help build credibility and trust for anyone interested in their product.

“Work From Home Opportunities Featured On Fox, MSNBC, USA Today, etc”. The truth is they are only speaking in broad terms… This does not reflect Ultimate Home Profits whatsoever.

Neither does the video clip found on their website, look, I even found it on Youtube:


By U.S. law citizens have a right to use such media even if it’s to falsely represent their useless product (Ultimate Home Profits).

Don’t Fall For It:

is home job source a scam

Ultimate Home Profits

is home job source a scam

Learn How To Link Academy

This isn’t my first time seeing this scam. The first time being with Learn How To Link Academy which is very identical to what’s being offered AND even website over at Ultimate Home Profits.

Even the “testimonies” from owners Tony Anderson and Emily Hudson (stage names) are the exact same. It’s no coincidence!

Feel free to head over to my Learn How To Link Academy review to find similarities and even read other people’s experience after buying the product in the comments section at the bottom.

Final Recommendation

I invite you to go back and explore my findings out for yourself and make a decision if this system is right for you.

For the record, I do not recommend Ultimate Home Profits for anyone. It’s not real.

There are ways to go about earning consistent money online but it never comes as easy as joining a program, posting links randomly on the internet, and then living the “dream life”.

Speaking from personal experience working online and from home is very rewarding, but it requires actual work and success doesn’t come overnight.

For anyone interested in seeing how I earn money online see My # 1 Recommendation.

Did I leave anything out for Home Job Source or Ultimate Home Profits? Share your experiences below with us!



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    My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

  • JasonKevin says:

    I find myself running into a lot of shady looking businesses while searching online for a good way to make money online. Would you say this website is another scam? I am not looking to get rich quick or anything but I was curious about the overall validity of this site. Thanks for your time.

    • JasonJason says:

      I think you share the same problem as many others interested in earning money online. The scams unfortunately outweigh the legitimate opportunities, as they are hastily thrown together.

      A lot of the times the owners or people behind these scams just copy and paste their old work and give it a new name which really simplifies and explains why they appear so commonly.

      As for the real programs, such as this one, you will notice a shift in value. You are not being sold or told how much money you can earn or how great life will be if you buy.

      But instead are presented with classrooms, training courses, Live Chat & other members, etc.

      These hold value and are clearly different then your typical scam like Home Job Source/Ultimate Home Profits listed above.

      To answer your question, Yes I do think Ultimate Home Profits is a scam if that is the site you are referring to.

      Let me know if you have any further questions.

  • JasonManga singh Karki says:

    It’s hard to explain and difficult to join.

  • JasonJennifer Jarrett says:

    How do I know which work from home online jobs are scams and which ones are legitimate ?

    • JasonJason says:

      Hi Jennifer, a great way is by doing your own research on these different “opportunities” as you have done here. Have you considered starting a business online?

      There are excellent places online that will teach you how to do this. The best part about it, you don’t have to have some super idea to get started. You don’t have to have any business ideas at all.

      You can learn more about building an online business and even discover different trustworthy places that will walk you thru the steps. Visit the Getting Started page to learn more 🙂

  • JasonERin says:

    Single mom really needing to be at home with child due to medical issues with child and I have been scammed over and over I need help finding a real one I don’t need 1000.00 a wee or anything crazy like that just something to help me out so I can be with my baby please do you know of any good ones. I am not interested in my own business online either.
    Please email me with your response in case I am not able to see it on here.

  • Jasonmaria says:

    This is a scam

  • JasonIrene Pullen says:

    I order s program paid $97 dollars and was suppose to get s email in about 5 mins never happen . I have been scammed so many time. I thought this was different.

    Irene Pullen

    • JasonJason says:

      Sorry to hear Irene :\

      Were you able to contact them about a refund. Most online programs (if not all by law) have some sort of 30-60 day money back guarantee, even if it is a scam.

  • JasonZena Dues says:

    Please expand.

  • JasonAshley says:

    Hi i found this very interesting. Im currently in a position where im wanting to leqve my job but is paying well but i need to leave my job for personal reasons and want to work from home if you could email me some suggestions or sites id greatly appreciate it.

    • JasonJason says:

      Hi Ashley, have a look at my #1 Recommendation. This will lead you to Wealthy Affiliate, a website I think you will enjoy and know you can benefit from.

      Creating an income from home takes time, keep that in mind. I would ensure that I am in a comfortable place financially while building and growing an income/business from home. It can be done!

  • JasonStephanie says:

    Thank you for this. I was just reading them and was thinking about it, but wanted to determine how legit they were. So, I’m glad I came upon you. I would still like to work from home these days, but this is still a new decision for me. So, thanks again.

    • JasonJason says:

      You’re welcome, Stephanie.

      Working from home is an option and to be honest, I kind of stumbled across this option by mistake. Absolutely love it! I recommend that you look into starting a business of your own.

  • Jasonmasika says:

    This is a scam I send my $97.00 and no respond and they don’t have any phone number or no address and when you send your money it go to something else it’s a scam no one call you back they fake

  • Jasonmasika says:

    Jason and you are full of it you know it’s a scam why play with people money I’m going to the BBB on this scam just send my refund

    • JasonJason says:

      Hi, Masika.

      I clearly point out that Home Job Source is a scam and even explain why in the post above, yet I’m full of it? I do not recommend using Home Job Source as shared above. I think it’s a great idea that you go to the BBB and report their “company”.

      Furthermore, I have never done any transactions on this website as it’s strictly free information. You will need to contact either your bank, credit card, or Home Job Source about getting a refund.

  • Jasonpaula says:

    I am glad that I read your review about Home Job Source I was unsure of it and now after reading what you said I am definitely glad I didn’t sign up! As the saying goes if it’s too good to be true it usually is. Thank-you again. Paula

  • JasonPam Ainsworth says:

    are there any other free legitimate work at home jobs available for us senior citizens that just need to supplement their income??? or is there a way for “US” me to start an online business of my own like I can make up a poem for ANY occasion, how can “I” use the talents that I have to make extra money??? please email me at jugheadgirll@hotmail……ty

  • JasonBrooke says:

    I am so thankful that I came across your page. Just reading what you wrote, and reading the other people’s comments, along with the ones who have you confused as an affiliate with the scam companies, really saved me from getting involved with them. Thank you again

  • Jasonkashunti johnson says:

    i have personally tried wealthy affiliate ..i didn’t much help how to start online business and found it quite a struggle to make websites. .. maybe i did it wrong i dont know but i also heard that wealthy affiliate was a scam as well

    • JasonJason says:

      It’s a learning center and overall service that provides you with tools (such as the keyword tool and the website builder – included with your membership), to help you build a business. Not a scam.

      I recently read a review claiming that it was a scam also by a popular internet marketer. He seems to have (rightfully) have a change of heart when it comes to Wealthy Affiliate. It’s the real deal.

      If interested, I would advise you to give it another try and follow each lesson – completing one task at a time. The training is kind of self-explanatory.

  • JasonFonsi says:

    Hey would you please email me any simple helpful way to start making money from home. [EDIT] thanks

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