“Instant Income from Home” is using the typical fictitious “working mother” figurehead as their spokesperson. A woman named Anne Williams promises that you can make $400 a day working from home without the need for any job experience or skills. The site also claims that it will take very little time to do the work.
Red Flag #1: “Job Positions Left”
Unfortunately, there are still people who believe they must act quickly when they see messages such as “(X number of) ‘job positions available”. Almost always, this message is simply a fake scarcity ploy trying to get you to take action before really thinking things through.
Red Flag #2: Use Of News Logos To Imply Association
In case you’re wondering Instant Income From Home has no association whatsoever with the Fox News, NBC News, USA Today, abc, or CNN.
So why does the site make a point of headlining their page with the following statement: “Work At Home Jobs Have Been Featured On Fox News, NBC News, USA Today, abc, CNN?
Most likely, they want you to believe that Instant Income From Home is associated with those news outlets.
Red Flag #3 – None of the Security Seals On The Order Page Are Clickable
Instant Income From Home uses the following security seals on their order page:
- McAfee Secure
The problem is that none of those seals are clickable to 3rd party sources that verify that the seals are valid. Without that verification, the seals are worthless.
Red Flag #4: Karl Goodard Story
Karl Goodard is a fake person used on many very questionable work at home sites. In the video below, you can see that very similar stories to the “Anne Williams” story “written” by Karl Goodard have been used across numerous questionable websites.
Red Flag #4 The “Free Consultation” Trap
The Instant Income From Home site claims that you will get:
“A Free One-On-One consultation With A Internet Wealth Expert!”
This is almost always a ploy to get you to talk to a high-pressure sales person who will try to extract as much money as possible out of you by selling you worthless coaching and other services.
In other words, the most likely scenario is that once Instant Income from Home has all your personal data including your financial information, they will get a team to do whatever it takes to talk you not giving them money for their coaching programs. Anyone would love to make instant money and do it without even trying but the universe may not be as generous as we want it to be. It’s a nearly certain bet that their testimonials are fake, their promises will be broken and the only people who will end up making money are them and not you.
Question to Readers: What Kind Of Emails Did You Get From Instant Income From Home?
Instant Income From Home Claims that they don’t sell your information to 3rd parties. So, I’d like to hear from the readers whether or not they received any emails from other companies after they put their email into the form on the Anne Williams Instant Income From Home site.
The Bottom Line About Instant Income From Home
I suggest that you skip Instant Income From Home. The sales page looks extremely similar to hundreds of other sales pages that have sold programs that have generated massive amounts of complaints. In other words, just don’t do it!