Is the Kelly Scott Home-Job-Placement.com Program a Scam or Does it Really Work?
This is the latest link-posting scam promoted by the notorious Top3WorkAtHome.net website. Kelly Scott is of course a fictional character being used in the fake story associated with this scam. As you can see below, the same stock photo is being used for Kelly Scott as has been used for Ellen Shepard and Michelle Stewart:
As you can see, all of the stories associated with the fake names Kelly Scott, Michelle Stewart, and Ellen Shepard are the same.
Fake Testimonials Used at Home Job Placement
If you haven’t seen me bust these testimonials before, you’re in for a real shocker. Why? Because the testimonials used not only use stock photos, but the actual testimonials can be found on an old Federal Trade Commission lawsuit! Really!
First, check out the testimonials here:
Home Job Placement Is Simply Another Link Posting Scam
All of these link posting scams are the same. Why? Because they work – and by work, I mean they work hard at trying to get as much money out of you as possible – often thousands of dollars (I’ll explain how later).
Here’s a line up of recent link-posting scams that are very similar to the Home-Job-Placement scam. You’ll notice that all of them claim to be #1. Right. ;-)
Here’s the Home Income Explosion Scam. I have a warning about it here.
Here’s the Home Income Gateway Program. I have a warning about it here.
Here’s exactly what he’s talking about…
How to Lose Thousands of Dollars Fast
Don’t fall for the Free Consultation gimmick. It’s not a bonus – it’s simply a ploy to try to get you to talk to high pressure sales people who will try to figure out how much money and credit you have and then will try to get as much money out of you as possible. Here’s how one person described their experience with these types of hucksters from a similar program called Home Job Source:
“! I was interested, contacted and declined the Home Job Source for many reasons. Your site just reinforced my rejection. A Mike Ramsey wanted $6885.00 from me. Some they want $2400.00, $1000.00….whatever they think you could afford. Thanks again”
In other words, they will ask you all kinds of strange questions in order to try to figure out how much credit you have, how much you have in your bank account, and whether or not you have other ways of obtaining money…so they can get as much of that money from you as possible. Don’t fall for it!
UnSkilled, Untrained Their Search Engine Advisors
Get far, far away from any program that displays a picture or story such as the following:
Irrelevant News Logos
If you see news logos from Fox News, MSNB, USA Today, abc, and CNN that look like the following:
…that claim that work at home opportunities have been featured on those stations, you’re probably looking at a scam. I’m not saying that work from home opportunities haven’t been featured on those stations, but those income opportunities have nothing to do with programs like the Kelly Scott Home Job Placement link posting scam
Can You Trust the Money Back Guarantee
If you think you’re safe because the site offers a money-back guarantee, you might want to think that through again in light of the fact that Home-Job-Placement.com has so many red flags, fake testimonials, and a fake spokesperson. In other words, if nothing else can be trusted on the site, why would you trust a money back guarantee from the website?
How Do You Get a Refund?
Here’s what I found in the Terms and Conditions at Home-Job-Placement.com:
“6. Refunds: Home Job Placement offers a 60-day refund policy from the date of purchase on the intitial product purchase price only. All we ask is that you examine everything and put forth an honest effort and you’ll make money – it’s that simple!”
What they mean by an “honest effort” is anybody’s guess. Of course, it’s ironic that such a deceptive website would want you to put forth an “honest effort” in order to get your refund. I wouldn’t count on it.
Promoted by the Notorious Top3WorkAtHome.net Site
As I mentioned earlier, this scam is promoted by the notorious Top 3 Work At Home site. That site has been promoting link posting scams for years.
Bottom Line: Avoid the Kelly Scott Home Job Placement Link Posting Scam
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