Here are the red flags I see with the Work At Home Paycheck sales page. If you have any personal experience with this program, be sure to post about it in the comments section.
Red Flag #1) Promoted by a fake news site (Advertorial Website)
I have never seen any work at home program I’d recommend that has been promoted by a fake news site. The Jessica Marshall Work At Home Paycheck program is being promoted by the fake website Consumer Finance Guide found at ConsumerFinanceGuide.com. The fake news site features a fake story about a fake person named Kelly Frazier.
Why would a legitimate program need to rely on fake news sites with fake stories about fake people?
Red Flag #2) The WorkAtHomePaycheck site claims to offer a certified link-posting certification
That’s a hot red flag – there is no such thing as a “link posting certification” except as something they made up.
Red Flag #3) Jessica Marshall appears to be a paid actress
I don’t have verification of this yet, but Jessica Marshall appears to be a paid actress. She uses the same type of delivery and hand gestures that many paid web actresses use. Once I found out for sure, I will update this page.
Also, if you scroll to the bottom of the sales page, you’ll find this disclaimer:
Red Flag #4) Claims Jessica Marshall is one of the leading work at home consultants in America
Of course, there’s no way to verify this, since the real name of Jessica Marshall (if in fact there is one), isn’t revealed. Not only that, but the phrase “leading work at home consultant in America” is a red flag as it has been used by hundreds of so-called “link-posting”, “ad posting”, and “rebate processing” programs that have generated numerous complaints.
The Bottom Line On Work At Home Paycheck
Based on the above red flags, I can’t recommend the Jessica Marshall Work At Home Paycheck program. If you have any information about this program, please post the information in the comments section.