Learn How To Link Academy – Reviewed!

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An “EASY PROVEN AND GUARANTEED” way to make “$500 a day”. Haven’t heard that before…

I will keep this as short as possible because if you are just coming from the Learn How To Link Academy website, there was a ton of reading involved.

I personally went from one story to another and was funneled through 4-5 pages before finally landing onto the sales page.

To be completely honest, I even went back to EVERY SINGLE page more than once, but only to provide an amazing review for you.

 

What Is Learn How To Link Academy?

Learn How To Link Academy by Tony Anderson, and found at learnhowto-academy.com is an elaborate cheat known as the link posting scam. Do not let the title fool you as this is neither an academy or institute of any kind.

 

The Short Review

Learn How To ‘Link’ Academy stems from the Learn How To Academy company. I regret to inform you that the whole thing is a scam that has been running incessantly by the same repeat offenders.

The Learn How To Academy disguises themselves as an actual “learning center” in hopes to blend in with actual sites that offer value and do

learn how to link academyhelp people learn how to earn online.

I do not recommend this product and my hopes are no one else will get STUCK by making a purchase, which is only followed by upsells and ZERO value.

If considering making a purchase on this product please take the time to read the review below and make a decision for yourself from there.

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What Is Learn How To Link Academy About

Product Name: Learn How To Link Academy
Product Owner: Tony Anderson
Website: learnhowto-link .academy

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I came across the offer for Learn How To Link Academy via an email entitled “Work At Home”. In the subject area of that same email was an image displaying a young mom, a paycheck made out to a “Theresa Andrews”, and an option to read her story. I chose to read her story to learn more.

Being that I work from home, I am always interested in potential ways to generate streams of income online, or at least learn something new.

This lead me to a ‘Special News Report’ featuring a mom named “Megan Carlson”, from San Diego, Ca (my area) who was making about $7,000 online a month.

Long story short, according to the “special report” she had been struggling finding a decent job after the recession but her luck turned around after ordering a course from millionaire author “Tony Anderson”.

She now spends her days working comfortably from home never missing any occasions involving her kids, and is a great provider. Thanks to the course she ordered.

While making that kind of money online is not unordinary, there were a few things I noticed within this promotion that were!

For example, the email presenting a story on a Theresa Andrews which then lead me to a story featuring Megan Carlson, suspicious to say the least.

Nextly the news site I was on, turns out doesn’t exist and definitely not here in the San Diego area. To make sure of this, I even tried searching for it online with no luck:

learn how to link academy

Speaking of which, notice the different links up top?

Home, News, Finance, Health? The social media icons? After individually clicking on each link I was brought to this page each time:

 

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Point Being…

I’m sure you are able to identify a certain pattern here. The news site is a fake, the stories are made up, and the email I received in the beginning, was all in part of a scam. No legitimate company has the need to operate this way.

The form above is another common tactic used by many scam sites, if you filled this form out as well, next you were told there are only 3 spots available “in your area”, how original…

This is used to create a sense of urgency in you, the buyer!

What They’re After?

I was then lead to this next page which is all apart of their deceptive plan.

They are after those who are desperately in need of a job, for those searching for job opportunities online, or even those looking for a potential way to make more money using the internet.

Get Started With Your First Real Business Online – For Free!

Here’s more misleading attempts by Tony Anderson and company to get you to throw your hard earned dollars there way, with nothing in return:

learn how to link academyThis is there “money page”, where they try duping people into not only believing that there are real job positions available. Even stating earning online is “easy”.

Earning money online requires work. If you expect to have a legitimate and lasting business online you need to understand that you need to put in a bit of time and energy into that business.

Sites like these give the entire work online industry a bad name. Luckily, there are real, honest ways to succeed at this online thing. With a plan, proper training, and the right support. There is no doubt that anyone can succeed online.

Who Is Tony Anderson?

Tony Anderson goes on to give his own rags to riches/sob story. We’re not getting into all the details, just know nothing connected with this Learn How To Link Academy is true or real.

Including these:

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Of course the vehicles? are real, hell who knows maybe even this Tony Anderson character really can afford them. How you may ask?

He did it by defrauding individuals of their hard earned money, I found this story involving a very collaborate Tony Anderson with a simple search in Google.

One thing is for certain, you will NOT see a fair amount or any money at all by POSTING LINKS ONLINE!

THEIR LINK POSTING “METHOD”

I can appreciate the fact they attempted to give instructions on what type of work you can expect to be doing. The “3 Easy Steps” include:

  1. “You log into your personal account and learn how to do the linking following the step-by-step system”
  2. “Log on and enter your information to create your online account to place your links to quality products”
  3. “Use the back office to deposit your money”

They claim to offer you step by step training, followed by placing quality ads, and then to check your daily earnings. None of which is true. Instead you will receive a useless “starter-kit” filled with nothing but upsells and no value to you.

Here’s the reality of posting links online vs claims by Learn How To Link Academy!

Reason 1. Companies are desperate for people to post links

No in fact they’re not. 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 them back to their site.

Reason 2. Cost of hiring employees saves companies money

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

Reason 3. Companies see real results from independent workers

If it was going on in the past, it is not currently dishing out these results. With spam protection and other moderators, these bad links get deleted 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 Tony Anderson doesn’t even come close.

The worst part about this all, there is not even training on how to post links within this product, which will not work in the first place.

My Final Opinion

I do not recommend this product. If you know of any similar products online that you are concerned about, let me know and I will happily take a look at it for you.

Learn How To Link Academy by Tony Anderson, or whatever stage name they come up with next, provides no value to you the consumer.

The unfortunate thing is that the people behind scams like these could place themselves in a position of actually helping people and coming up with real, educational, and helpful products. Thus creating a reputable and lasting business. It’s a shame.

THERE’S GOOD NEWS

Such help does exist! It’s important to find something that:learn how to link academy

A) Honestly works
B) Honestly works for you

I use and recommend WA, simply because it works and anyone can participate. Not to mention it’s free to join.

Instead of the images of yacht’s, there’s classrooms.

Instead of doctored checks; there’s Live Chat to communicate with other members for help, there’s training videos, you can create your own websites, there’s tools, help, and support available. Everything you need in one place to succeed and learn how to honestly earn online.

Anyone can try it out for themselves as there is no experienced needed, and no credit card necessary.

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About the author

    Jason

    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.

  • Jason Riaz Shah says:

    Great review Jason,
    Learn How to Link Academy initially sounds like a blackhat linkbuilding scheme but I guess its close enough especially when I see those typical scam promotions everywhere. Link posting is definitely not a good way to earn income online, with all that time spent its much better to build our own online business we where can control our own profits.

    • Jason Jason says:

      I agree,

      It’s unfortunate that people do buy into programs like Learn How To Link Academy

      Even if one comes across a legit way to learn how to post links online, the pay is very poor and in my opinion it is not a good way to spend your time online.

      That is why I like to point people in another direction where there time will be better spent especially looking to establish real income online.

      Places such as WA, where anyone of any experience level can learn how to start their own business online while gaining a college-like education along the way. Not to mention it is completely free to get started.

      Thanks for commenting Riaz

  • Jason Fred says:

    Hi Jason,
    Thank you for this eye opening article! There are lots of scams on the net and they will exist as long as desperate people do. It is quite upsetting to find out how the people who mostly need the cash get caught, they are the no. 1 victims in all that. You are doing a great job by warning all of us and thank you for that!

    Cheers,
    Fred

    • Jason Jason says:

      No problem Fred,

      I have been on the end where I was in need of a job and didn’t know where to turn. At the time, I didn’t know I was dealing with so many ‘con artist’. It’s not too difficult to spot them now and thankfully, I didn’t make any big purchases while I was still on the hunt online.

      My only hopes are to help people from wasting their time and money on these faulty programs.

      And to guide them to what can earn them real income online in ways that will last for 2016 and beyond…

      Thanks for stopping by Fred

  • Jason Rdeckwork says:

    Jason:

    Wish I had found you 3 days ago!

    Now that we made the mistake, how do we get our money back?

    Duped

    • Jason Jason says:

      Sorry to hear, that really sucks!

      As far as getting your money back I am unsure, I have no affiliation with the company and did not pay for the access myself as I found it to be a scam while reviewing it.

      I however wouldn’t chalk it up as a loss and further investigate reporting the company and getting a refund.

      Will reply here if I can find anything today! Sorry you were affected by this hoax of a company.

  • Jason Shellie says:

    Hi Jason,
    I was looking at some work at home jobs. I also came across this site about Megan Carlson. I didn’t join or click on anything else from the site. I was doing some research on it myself and I came across this page from you. It was funny when I saw your review and came across Megan Carlson. Did you know that whoever clicks that site, It will say that she is in your area. lmbo WHAT A SCAM!

    • Jason Jason says:

      LOL, I figured that much.

      The people behind these scams do a very persuasive job in trying to trick people into believing anything! I also noticed, depending on the date, it will say this is your only day to join and time is running out.

      Go back tomorrow and it will say the same thing.

      That’s good you didn’t read too much into the website’s offer, instinct must have kicked in. These guys are doing nothing but ripping people off!

      Thanks for sharing Shellie

      • Jason Shellie says:

        You’re welcome Jason and thank you for sharing. Have you checked out TrafficMonsoon.com yet? If so, I would love to hear your opinion of that money making opportunity. I want to work from home but I have no business. I am willing to invest a few dollars if it will help me make money just clicking. lol
        Thanks in advance for any advice you can give on TrafficMonsoon!

        • Jason Jason says:

          I’ve come across Trafficmonsoon numerous times and have come across mixed reviews for it.

          I will consider doing a review on this website.

          In short, traffic monsoon is an advertising platform designed for already website and business owners. You can create an ad on their platform, buy ad packs, and display your ad for others to see. I might be wrong but I believe other Traffic Monsoon users will primarily be viewing your ads.

          Pretty much your paying for visitors to your website. One can purchase all the traffic they like, but paid traffic doesn’t always lead to conversions (sales) which these business owners are paying for.

          I will need to do a full review on this as there is more to it but as it stands, I don’t like or trust Traffic Monsoon.

          As far as working from home, you can learn to start your own business using the same training I did, check it out for yourself! Costs nothing to join and begin training.

          • Jason Shellie says:

            Thanks again! I am considering WA just still trying to figure out what business I may be interested in. I deal with a 3 year old all day every day and I just cannot concentrate on any business with her around. lol I will also be watching for your review on Traffic Monsoon. From my understanding, you pretty much make $1 a day for each ad pack you buy and each one cost $50. That’s the sum of it from my understanding. It is also owned by Charles Scoville(lol). Good luck and best wishes!

          • Jason Jason says:

            I feel where you are coming from, I have a 1 1/2 and soon to be 5 year old home with me throughout the day! We somehow make it work lol

            Traffic monsoon will be an interesting one and I hope I am wrong about it.

            Thanks again Shellie

  • Jason Shantell says:

    I read the email today and its telling me Megan Carson is from Morgan City, La SCAM! Which company that you know of would ne a good work at home company! Thx

    • Jason Jason says:

      I cannot recommend a company that allows you to work from home because I have never worked or applied for one. The reason I wanted to work online (from home) was to get away from working for a corporation or having some type of boss.

      There are services online, some may charge a fee, that can help with the arrangement of you finding work from home within a company. You can try sites like flexjobs or indeed to find potential jobs on the internet.

      Why not start your own online business!?

      That’s what I did, and I have to admit I didn’t know anything about starting a business online or how any of it worked. I used Wealthy Affiliate which taught me step by step how to build a business of my own.

      It hasn’t been the easiest task and I am still learning a lot as I go. If you decide to join through my website I will be there to personally help you in all that I have learned over the months.

      It’s been worth it and I do receive income monthly from my own websites 🙂

      Let me know if you have any more questions, Shantell

  • Jason Teresa says:

    Hi Jason,

    Unfortunately I did fall for the work at home scam by Tony Anderson. Some lady called me and asked me all kinds of questions about bills & income which struck me as odd. She then indicated that her boss would call me and he did.His name was Jacob Vail. I questioned him about the company. He told me that there were 4 steps that I had to agree to prior to him giving me information about the company. 1st step was to be teachable and open minded. 2nd step was when he mentioned about an investment of a $ 1000 (red flag). He indicated it takes money to make money which is correct but I wasn’t about to give him a $1000 and the conversation pretty much ended there.He never did give me any info on the company which is why I searched the internet and found your comments.This company is out of Washington where as the Learn how to link academy seems to be out of Utah.

    When I first signed up for the work at home link I never did receive the information about how to post links and I have left a message for the company to call me so I can try and get my money back. Not sure if I will be successful or not.

    Thanks for the many above posts concerning the scan that this company is running.

    • Jason Jason says:

      That is unfortunate Teresa,

      Many times these people conduct themselves as a legit business, and in my opinion really go out of their way to scam people out of their money.

      As you pointed out, nothing related to the Learn How To Link Academy product was provided after proceeding with the company. The entire time they are only trying to “butter you up” to get more money, hence the reason they are asking about bills and income. NO job/opportunity should need such personal information.

      I am glad you were able to detect something wasn’t quite right, but sorry you had that experience.

      Thanks for sharing your story with all of us, I hope it helps others think twice before buying into this company.

      Hope you have a good weekend!

    • Jason Jason says:

      Hey Teresa, I was just looking into some options you may have for potentially getting your money returned to you.

      Not sure if you have yet, but you can try looking into:
      https://www.usa.gov/consumer-complaints

      The third bit goes over ‘Filing A Complaint Over Online Purchases’. The options to ‘Contact the State Attorney’ and/or dispute the charge with your credit card company seem to be the more feasible options. If you choose to contact your state attorney, try and locate the consumer hotline number and share your experience with them.

      Hope this helps, good luck to you.

  • Jason Suzanne says:

    Hi Jason,
    I am always suspicious of any company that I have to pay money to, in order to be “hired”.

    In fact, I asked that question…..no response. Surprise!!!!!

    • Jason Jason says:

      I completely agree, Suzanne

      I also expect the paying “members” get the same treatment. No response or any kind of assistance, just more up sells.

      It’s a messy situation and unfortunate people fall for the hype of these programs.

      Making money online is possible, but there is no secret method other than doing actual work.

      Thanks for sharing

  • Jason Mae says:

    I am leery of someone who is selling you a product and pressures you into buying “right now”, especially if it is pricy. I don’t like to jump into anything without reading reviews about it. Glad I read your review!! Thank you.

  • Jason Mae Corder says:

    Thanks for the information it was very helpful

  • Jason jamie says:

    Trying to find a legitimate work from home employment, if you have any ideas that would be great and I do not have money to invest.

    • Jason Jason says:

      I recommend Wealthy Affiliate to just about anyone interested in working from home, for more details you can find my full review on this opportunity here.

      It is completely free to join and become a member, however there is an option to upgrade which gives you full access to just about everything you need to start earning money from home consistently…I was in your shoes not too long ago, but chose to sign up there, followed the training, eventually upgraded, and I have been a beyond satisfied member there ever since.

      I say you give it a try, join and follow the first 10 training lessons for free, and see how it works out for you.

      Let me know if you have any further questions, if you do decide to join I will be in contact with you there 🙂

  • Jason Mike says:

    Thank you Jason for the information about the scam that I was about to buy into. i thought to myself, this has to be a scam. But I was going to take a chance anyway. All I wanted was to make a little extra cash. Thank you for letting me know that I would lose my money with no benefits afterward.

    • Jason Jason says:

      You’re welcome, Mike.

      A lot of these companies do a good job of representing themselves as a legitimate company.

      These guys (owners of such scams) make careers out of it, so they do a really convincing job I’ll admit!

      When it comes to making extra cash there are many ways to go about doing this online.

      You just need to find something that works and more importantly, works for you.

      I’ve never seen a legit opportunity that made you money without actually having doing work however.

      Thanks for dropping by, good luck!

  • Jason Janice says:

    Jason . . . . aren’t you just putting down Learn How to Link Academy as a scam and giving us info on your own scam? We can join in for free to a point with Wealthy Affiliates but then must pay for the info we really need or is it just the money made from the pyramiding of people we get to join in?

    • Jason Jason says:

      Hi Janice, thanks for sharing your concerns.

      I can proudly say that the two have nothing in common however. I did not set out to “put down” Learn How To Link Academy or any other program I review for that matter, but instead gave it an honest look over and decided to share my experiences here within my website.

      You can find all of that information above.

      This same website, amongst other sites I own, I learned how to build using Wealthy Affiliate. Just 9 months ago I knew nothing about creating, maintaining, owning a website, internet marketing or even how to earn money online.

      I was completely clueless to it all. However out of curiosity, a simple Google search on “how are people earning money with websites” led me to Wealthy Affiliate where I decided to join. And believe me, I was very skeptical then as well.

      But gave it a go after about a week of being a member there. (Forgot about Wealthy Affiliate the first week to be honest).

      To my surprise, and thanks to the new training I found, I earned my first earnings ever from home, on my laptop. I’m still kind of in awe lol.

      Here’s a blog I wrote within WA sharing my first earnings.

      Why Am I Sharing All Of This With You?

      Well, to let you know that I am a regular person who’s eager and working hard to keep seeing success online. Wealthy Affiliate pointed me in the right direction and I still rely on it to this day.

      Also, none of the members at Wealthy Affiliate have to promote Wealthy Affiliate. It’s really a second resort, you can find that out in their first 10 free lessons.

      So it’s completely optional. I enjoy reviewing other programs and helping people each step of the way in starting their business online, so here we are.

      I’ve been successful in doing so and really wish to see more people interested in earning online become apart of it!

      Lastly, there is an option to upgrade to Premium membership. Again this is optional and should be done at one’s own pace and when they decide the program is for them. Without the Premium upgrade, you do not get access to all of the Premium features, of course.

      As a free member, you will have access to chat and ask questions to other members, your own profile page, the first 20 lessons, 2 websites, and more.

      You can see the differences here between Starter Membership (free) and Premium Membership here.

      When it comes to Learn How To Link Academy, people are free to do as they like. But I do not recommend it to anyone.

      Hope this helps, Janice.

      Have a great week.

  • Jason Sharon smith says:

    How do I know this is not a scam?

    • Jason Jason says:

      Hey Sharon I believe you are asking about Learn How To Link Academy. If that is the case I do consider it to be a scam, give it a poor rating, and do not recommend the site.

      All of which can be found above along with the reasons why I do not recommend this site.

  • Jason Marci says:

    Thanks so much. I was seriously considering Link Academy. I will take your advice and look into WA. Thanks again.

  • Jason Bonnie says:

    Reading this story about Megan Carlson from San Diego making all this money is interesting. I live in Monroe, Wa. and the email I received about joining the “Learn how to Link Academy” is the exact same story, word for word about a Megan Carlson from Monroe, Wa. Probably a Megan Carlson living in every city in America, with the exact same life that uses this system to make tons of money. Pretty dumb to just change the city to where ever the person being targeted lives.

    • Jason Jason says:

      LOL they think they’re being clever, but we know better.

      It’s really desperation and a lot of the time it’s quite obvious when companies are promoting a scam or something too good to be true. Don’t buy or fall for it and always do the research!

      I personally almost dished out $997 early last year for a very persuasive product which turned out to be a scam. Thankfully I did a lot of research and asked a lot of questions before buying.

      Have a great weekend, thanks for stopping by Bonnie.

  • Jason Karen says:

    Megan Carlson also lives in my home town. Thanks for your honesty you saved me and my son some money.

    • Jason Jason says:

      Glad I could help Karen.

      If you’re looking for a place to start learning how to earn money online I highly recommend Wealthy Affiliate. You can see what they have to offer and even get started with the training there for free.

  • Jason Catherine says:

    Hey Jason,
    Thanks so much for letting us know about that Anderson guy. I was actually gonna give it a try, but I stopped before putting in my information to Google to see if they had any fraud reviews. I’m so glad I did. So, what is WA and how does it work for you to make money at home?

    • Jason Jason says:

      Hi Catherine, way to do your research beforehand!

      Wealthy Affiliate is a learning center. It’s composed of lessons, video courses, tools such as keyword research and the website builder, website hosting, a Live Chat feature, access to other members, and so much more.

      Once you join, you can begin following the training starting with lesson 1 which is an introduction to Wealthy Affiliate and tells you more on what to expect. The next few lessons you will be learning how the money is made, how to attract visitors to your site, and even building your very own website hands-on.

      All of this are within the first 10 lessons which are free. You can get started here to learn more.

      I have been utilizing the Wealthy Affiliate for the last year and have seen some great success, if you need any help or have any questions in general, you will have personal access to me along the way as well.

      Hope this gives you a better understanding, feel free to send any other questions my way 🙂


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