This is my Home Wealth Solution review of red flags that I see. My personal recommendation is to AVOID the site as it looks awfully similar to many other sites that I’ve seen that have generated an enormous number of complaints. Of course, it’s possible someone will come and post a Home Wealth Solution review in the comments section here claiming that it’s the best thing since sliced bread – but I’m not counting on it, and I don’t think you should either.
Update 4/1/2012: It appears that the site Home Income Package may be related to Home Wealth Solution.
Update 1/22/2012: The Home Wealth Solution site is live again
Update: 9/3/2011 – Home Wealth Solution has set up under a new site called Online Income Solution.
Update: 12/17/2011 – Update 12/17/2011: It appears that the site My Real Income is very similar to Home Wealth Solution.
Home Wealth Solution Review Of Red Flags
Here are the elements of Home Wealth Solution that concern me:
Red Flag #1) Use Of Fake News Advertorial Site
HomeWealthSolution.com is being promoted via an advertorial style website at Career-Reports.com. I don’t think I’ve EVER since one of those websites that didn’t ultimately lead to a product that generated numerous complaints. And even though the Career-Reports.com site includes and Advertorial Disclaimer at the top, there are still many misleading aspects of the site…
For example, the comments at the bottom of the Career-Reports site look like real endorsements of Home Wealth Solution…
They aren’t. They’re fake. Many of these same comments have been used across thousands of fake news sites to promote many different products. Here’s just a small sampling of this:
You can see 46 results there – but at the peak of the fake news sites – you would literally see hundreds of this “Holy cow Marty” comment across hundreds of different websites promoting all kinds of different products. In other words…FAKE!
In fact, the FTC, which is cracking down on these types of fake news sites recently stated that they “deceptively represent that the comments following the ‘articles’ on their websites reflect the views of independent consumers”.
Red Flag #2) Unexplained use of News logos and other logos.
Home Wealth Solution has “As Seen On” next to the following trademarked logos:
- AOL News
- Yahoo News
- Fox News
Of course, “As Seen On” is completely meaningless…most of the time on sites like this it simply means that the product was advertised on those sites – which is something anybody can do.
Note that at the very bottom of the HomeWealthSolution.com page, there is a tiny, hard-to-read disclaimer that says:
“**This site and the products and services offered on this site are not associated, affiliated, endorsed, or sponsored by Google, Youtube, Digg, Blogger, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Yahoo, ABC, CNN or CNBC nor have they been reviewed tested or certified by Google, Youtube, Digg, Blogger, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Yahoo, ABC, CNN or CNBC. All trademarks, logos, and service marks(collectively “Trademarks”) displayed are registered and/or unregistered Tradmarks of their respective owners.”
Bizarrely, many of those sites aren’t even mentioned on the page – but they would like you to know they have no association with them. Huh?
Red Flag #3) Non-Clickable Security Seals
Home Wealth Solution uses the following two non-clickable security seals on their site:
- McAfee Secure
NonClickable security seals are worthless as the whole point of them is to be able to click through to an independent third-party site to verify that the site – such as HomeWealthSolution.com is secure.
Red Flag #4) The “Free” Consultation
Many people might be thrilled to see the following on the HomeWealthSolution website:
“You receive a Free 1 on 1 Training Consultation. Our consultants will walk you through setting up your new automated income stream.
Don’t get too excited. More often than not, these “free” consultations are used to try to hard-sell you expensive products and services that either you don’t need or at worst are completely worthless.
Red Flag #5) The “Voted #1″ Claim At Home Wealth Solution
Home Wealth Solution makes the claim that it has been “Voted #1 By Many Top Publications” and goes on to show several “Entrepreneur Magazines” next to the claim. Here’s the problem – Entrepreneur doesn’t “vote” on anything.
Red Flag #6) Claim Of Earning $379 Per Day
As strange as it may sound, the $379 figure is a number associated with a significant portion of questionable opportunities.
Red Flag #7) Use Of Stock Photos For Testimonials
The image of Jane & Jeremy C. is a stock photo.
Red Flag #8) Potentially False Scarcity Tactics
Home Wealth Solution makes the following claim:
“Positions are limited to just 300 new members as of today. These positions are to be taken up on a strictly first come, first serve basis.”
However, it is currently being heavily promoted. It seems highly unlikely that they are only taking “300 new members”.
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