So long, Angela, so long…yet will I see you soon?

It dawned on me the other day that I made a glaring omission when I didn’t post a final “tribute” to our “good friend” Angela Penbrook.

To rectify this egregious error, I am posting the link to the recent FTC complaint along with the original WorkAtHomeTruth.cocm series of Rebate Processing parody songs…

Federal Trade Commission v. Make You Famous Consulting, Inc. dba A Penbrook Productions, Penbrook Productions, and Process from Home, and Michael Allen Brooks (United States District Court District for the Central District of California, Southern Division)

Civil Action No. 09-CV-04579
FTC File No.   092 3122

Click here to view the original complaint filed against Penbrook Productions

Rebate Processor Parody Videos from WorkAtHomeTruth:

“I Want to Be a Rebate Processor”

Heartfelt song about one mans quest to achieve the American dream of becoming a rebate processor from home and earning that easy money.

Angela Penbrook Love Song

The truth comes out. The man is not on a quest to become a rebate processor, but in fact is seeking forgiveness from the woman he left long ago.

The Battle of Angela Penbrook

Angela Penbrook and Angel Stevens duke it out for the honor of being the number 1 work at home consultant in America. Much to their horror, John Jacobs – a man with a name suspiciously similar to that of one from a childhood song – is about to stake HIS claim as well as the number 1 work at home consultant in America. Chaos and wackiness ensues…

Full lyrics of “The Battle of Angela Penbrook” and a written transcription of the historical documents can be found at: The Battle of Angela Penbrook at Squidoo.com

Historical Annotations of the Battle Of Angela Penbrook

SiteReviewAuthority and the Legend of Chairman

Dr. Richard Stera – a.k.a. “Chairman” was instrumental in the rise of the Rebate Processor phenomenon.

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John Jacobs – Status – Not Recommended

John Jacobs’ ProcessforPay system is on our "not recommended" list because the claim that he "(became) quite famous as a pioneer of rebate processing" seems incredibly bizarre given the history of rebate processing. For one thing people who do rebate processing jobs tend to be lower-skill workers who typically make right at or barely above minimum wage.

Also, in recent times many rebate processing jobs have been shipped overseas where workers are willing to work for $3.00 an hour or even much less.

Finally, for those seeking telecommuting work the ProcessForPay website fails to pass our Rules we’ve put up in order to assist you in evaluating home job websites and home job offers. Although we aren’t certain, what ProcessforPay probably teaches is affiliate marketing based on incentivized offers.

And yes, you can make money marketing products and offering rebates on them, but the rebate money comes from your own funds in this case and you have to pay strict attention to the rules the companies that allow incentivized offers put in place to make sure you don’t risk losing all of your commission money.

In fact the only type of "rebate processing" that would enable you to earn $225 per day would be affiliate marketing using incentivized offers.

If instead, you are trying to locate telework, you might want to visit our telecommuting jobs section. Or if you’re somebody who has considered trying to find data entry work you probably would want to review this list of real data entry work from home companies here. Although, be prepared for some shocking information that you might not know.

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Cindy Dalton – Status – Not Recommended

We currently do not recommend Cindy Dalton’s offering at RebateProcessorJobs. Besides the suspect claim that you can earn $200 to $1000 per day processing rebates at home, if you are looking for a telecommuting position this site does not pass our Rules test we provide to help you evaluate work at home job sites and offers. Most likely what RebateProcessorJobs teaches is what’s known as "incentivized offers" which is based on the principle of providing cash or non-cash incentives to people in order to get them to try a product or service.

And while it’s a fact that large corporations at times do allow affiliates, affiliate networks, and affiliate companies to run cash-back or other types of incentivized offers. However, keep in mind that there are numerous aspects to running incentivized offers not to mention the fact that most individuals visiting Cindy Dalton’s RebateProcessorJobs site probably think they are mainly going to be doing rebate processing "jobs".

So theoretically, one could do quite well running incentivized offers. However, if you’re looking for a "rebate processing job" don’t expect to make $200 to $1000 per day as most rebate processing jobs are sent overseas or through third party rebate processing companies that work for much lower wages.

If  you are seeking telecommuting positions we suggest you review our telecommuting jobs section. And if you’re an indiviual who is thinking about doing work at home data entry, you may want to look at our list of real data entry work from home companies here. But, be prepared for the truth about data entry work from home.

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