Have you truly just found your dream work from home job, or is Online Income a scam?
I hate to break it to you, but Online Income is one big lie known as the link posting scam. It is also one that has been around for quite some time…
Product Name: Online Income
Product Owner: Michelle Steward
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With Online Income, basically you are paying $97 for a training that doesn’t exist.
On the website, your even told you will be able to make up to $379 by posting links around the internet, they even want you to believe this will be your new lifestyle:
The truth is, posting links at random around the internet will not lead to this kind of lifestyle – you would be luck to even get your money back by joining this program and let me show you why.
It’s Nothing New
I did a post on Cash From Home just last month, which is the same exact “opportunity” as Online Income – the people behind this scam just keep renaming it.
Here’s an example of what I mean:
Unfortunately, this is only a handful of this interlinked scam as new ones keep ‘popping’ up. Why’s there so many, and why does the owner(s) feel the need to recreate this program?
It’s quite obvious. As more and more people catch on to these sites to complain or even offer reviews like we’ve done here, they simply rename their business – literally copy and paste the offer – and make believe it’s a new opportunity.
It’s One Big Hoax
From the news report, to “Michelle Steward’s” testimony of the program, it is one giant hoax. You can even find the same exact work from home “news report” on Youtube which anyone has access to.
Michelle Steward, which is indeed a pen or ‘stage name’, gives the same exact story mentioned on the other sites listed above.
“I got a divorce, had no place to go, life was hard, blah blah”. Then suddenly became rich following the $97 training offered on the site.
Nobody really gets rich following this program or posting random links, see what you’re really buying into below.
These are real life problems, and the story on their website is in place because many people can relate and are really in need of a break. This is the reason I review these programs, I hate to see people get taken advantage of with these so-called “opportunities”.
There’s real ways to make money online, just realize a long-term income requires real work – and there are no shortcuts.
Back to the story with Michelle, the people behind this scam know how to target people – in order to get a sale. It’s unfortunate none of their story is true.
Even the image they use for “Michelle Steward” is not really of her, but can be purchased on Shuttershock:
You’re Really Buying 37 Clicks!
I’ve come to learn that all of the same programs above are really designed to get you to 37 Clicks.
Sadly, 37 Clicks is a total loss program designed to make the owner’s of this scam money – not it’s users.
This is done by training sales people to talk newcomers to the ‘online scene’ into spending more money.
So Yes, after your initial $97 investment for the “training” you are going to be asked (usually over the phone), to spend more money on “business coaching” and other sleazy things you don’t really need. This can quickly add up to several thousands..
Good luck trying to get your money back from 37 Clicks. By the time you realize it’s a scam they will have moved on to the next business name targeting the next customer (victim):
This is just one of the reviews I found of an unhappy 37 Clicks customer who basically joined for the $97 and then was asked to spend an additional $7250.00.
She realized something was not right and was attempting to get her $97 back.
37 Clicks nor Online Income will not help you to earn money from home and neither is a legitimate job opportunity. They will go after your bank account squeezing as much as they can out of you.
Is Online Income A Scam
Earning an honest online income or even working from home is not a scam, I’ve been able to do it for the past year (which I love) after following some real online business training.
“Online Income” the program IS without question a scam. It is extremely risky and misleading, therefore I do not recommend it to anyone.
The best way to go about avoiding these scams in the future is to: Understand there’s no way of getting “rich quick” just because you’re online. Also, do your due diligence before spending a dime on anything – It’s your right as a consumer to contact the company or even ownership with any questions you may have prior to purchasing.
Making consistent income online is a process, but one that can be truly rewarding when done right. If interested in starting a legitimate online business, sign up for my free ‘5 Steps To Beginning An Online Business’ course below.
Here you will learn the ropes to starting a great introductory business online and one that will actually help you begin earning.
You may also get in contact with me at any time after joining. See you there 🙂