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PostHeaderIcon More on Work At Home Scams

Remember what I found about ScottsMoneyBlog.Com in my previous?

Workbench.cadenhead.org has more interesting report.
ScottsMoneyBlog.Com is a “devious plot! Too pathetically sad.” Tina said in a comment at Work Bench report on ScottMoneyBlog Get Rich Click Scheme.

Another visitor at Workbench mentioned “googleprofitsinsider.com” with ScottMoneyBlog.com … by the same person. Ouch! I paid the $1.97 shipping & handling, but with my one-time-secure Paypal credit card

It is interesting to read the scam cases at FTC site search result on work-at-home scam

Yes, we can all make “make a difference and report them to the FTC, www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov” if whoever was scammed once.

Most of the scams are just selling you beautiful dreams, which may not come true.

PostHeaderIcon ScottsMoneyBlog.com Is Scam or Not

Before you sign up ScottsMoneyBlog.com, think carefully and read all the fine print. For many people who did sign up from his link, they feel being scammed. Why? Check this out at http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/scottsmoneyblog.com/postid?p=1511690

If they tell the visitors up front about their Terms and Conditions (the fine print at the bottom), which are usually ignored when they excite the visitor so much and push visitors with the time-is-running scare tactics, they would never say they are scam. What does the fine print say? “You have also subscribed to a fourteen-day trial to IPlanFinancial for just $38.34 a month and every month thereafter should you chose not to cancel. Prior charges for all programs are non-refundable but bonus subscriptions can be cancelled and future charges stopped at any time by calling toll free 888-247-3851.

If you choose to sign up for this product and pay the recurring monthly charges using a debit card you hereby provide pre-authorization and consent that FreshKeywordIdeas.com may charge $77.82 on a monthly basis. ” Does it sound familiar? People may also find this kind of selling pitch at PayDayProject’s offer. Among them, you can find BlogToolkit.com. Some good friends of mine forwarded this fine print about BlogToolKit.com: “Also, by continuing you understand this offer includes a 14-Day Free Trial to the BlogToolKit.com website, which can help you create an additional income using the tools and strategies inside. After the 14-Day Free Trial period, you will continue to enjoy full membership at an affordable $39.95 per month billed automatically to your credit card. Rest assured, this FREE bonus offer can be cancelled at anytime during the trial period or anytime thereafter by simply calling (800) 890-7947” after they were charged on their credit card before they knew it.

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