Income Institute Connect is a new scam from the same person who put out the Access Easy Home Income scam. It uses the same scammy headline that hundreds of other sites have used:
“In The Next 90 Seconds – Gain Access To A Work-At-Home Job That Can Earn You Up To $87 An Hour”
….and apparently is run out of France…which just might make getting your money back from the person behind this scam a bit difficult:
Did A Friend Tell You About Income Institute Connect?
If you received an email from a friend about Income Institute Connect it’s likely that their email account was hacked. I had one report of a person getting an email from their pastor telling them about a site called “Local East News 15″ which distributes malware – and also promotes the site IncomeInstituteConnect.com.
Free Consultations – Your One Way Ticket To BIG-FRAUD CENTRAL
Income Institute Connect boasts that you’ll get a “free one-on-one consultation with a success advisor”. Statements like that are ALWAYS your one-way ticket to a boiler-room sales person who will try to get as much money as possible out of you.
Natalie Allen – The Fake #1 Home Job Consultant In America
Income Institute Connect claims to be run by a person named “Natalie Allen”…who claims to be the “#1 home job consultant in America”.
Of course there’s no such thing as the “#1 home job consultant in America”. Besides, Natalie Allen would have to compete with the hundreds of other fake #1 home job consultants in America, such as:
- Janet Rhodes, the #1 home job consultant in America
- Michelle Starr, the #1 home job consultant in America
- Patty Joyner, the #1 home job consultant in America
- Michelle Taylor, the #1 home job consultant in America
And the list goes on and on and on – sites that have used fake people claiming to be the #1 home job consultant in America.
Make Money Posting Links – Scamming People Since 2007/2008
Income Institute Connect claims that you can make money simply posting links…and displays a chart like this:
This is the same type of table that thousands of scams have used for decades…including envelope stuffing scams, email processing scams, and home mailer scams. Does this table from an envelope stuffing scam that the FTC shut down look familiar:
Yep. It’s just like the bogus link-posting table used in the Income Institute Connect scam.
Need Testimonials? Just Make Them Up!
I recognized EVERY single one of the testimonials photos on the Income Institute Connect page. Why? Because all of them are stock photos that I’ve seen on other scam sites. Click here to see one of them.