The following walk through of the Instant Income From Home sales process is from screencaps of a video I made. After going through the steps, I’ll take a look at some of the other elements of Instant Income From Home that you might want to be aware of.
Instant Income From Home Sales Process And Affiliate Promotion
I searched Google for Instant Income From Home:
I clicked on the InstantIncomeFromHome.net listing and was taken to this page:
The top banner wasn’t clickable. But the fake form banner was, so I clicked on that and was taken to a page that claimed I could be making money within 5 minutes. Unfortunately, it took me longer than 5 minutes to record the full video, so I guess I blew my chance to make that money within 5 minutes. ;-)
There was a form at the bottom of the above page asking for my email. Instead of putting my email into the form, I just clicked on it and was taken to a page that told me there were only 2 positions left (there’s almost always only 2 positions left on these things). And then I was taken to a page that told me:
These types of sites love claiming that you’ll get a guaranteed home job (you won’t) and they also love the number 379.
BIG RED FLAG
The second page of Instant Income From Home has big red flags – the biggest one is the fact that the site is using testimonials from an old Federal Trade Commission complaint against another company!
First take a look at this testimonial from the FTC complaint “Federal Trade Commission vs. Make You Famous Consulting”:
Next, take a look at the image below which shows one of the Instant Income From Home testimonials on the left and the testimonial from the old FTC complaint on the right. I think that will tell you all you need to know about Instant Income From Home