Kelly Scott Online Jobs Today Review of Red Flags
Our “buddy”, the fake Kelly Scott is back with more link posting scam “goodness”. If you’ve visited WorkAtHomeTruth previously, you’ve probably seen the fictional Kelly Scott associated with numerous work at home business opportunity scams. In fact, I’ve been tracking work from home scams associated with this name since as early as October of 2014.
Live Direct Report at LiveDirectReport.com – Fake News Site Promoting this Scam
I first came across the Online-Jobs-Today .com website at the fake news site Live Direct Report. Of course, it’s never a good sign when an income opportunity is being promoted by a fake news site, using a fake story. Here’s where I first saw this scam:
- USA Today
- Fox News
- CBS News
Kelly Scott – Proof That She’s a Fake Person Used by Work At Home Scammers to Commit Fraud
If you want absolute proof that Kelly is a fake person, take a look at the following images – all the same image – all using different names – all being used to promote link-posting work at home business opportunity scams:
From Online-Jobs-Today as “Kelly Scott”
Here’s the same image from the Home Income Explosion scam using the name “Ellen Shepard”…
…and here’s the same photo using the name “Michelle Stewart” from the work at home scam I warned about here.
The Notorious Four Testimonial Image – Busted Yet Again!
If you’re wondering why I’m saying that these testimonials have been busted yet again…it’s because these same fake images and testimonials have been used over a hundred times to promote various link-posting scams. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if they’ve now been used several hundred times.
What’s crazy about that is the fact that you can find them in an old FTC complaint…something I’ve shown numerous times at WorkAtHomeTruth.
Want proof? Take a look at this image:
Online Jobs Today is the NUMBER Zillion for an Internet Career
All of these work from home income opportunity scams claim to be #1. All of them are the last thing you’ll want to spend your money on.
Here’s an image from Online-Jobs-Today.com claim it’s #1:
So if you thought the Home Income Explosion scam was the #1 Work From Home System, you might be confused…
…especially since the Home Income Gateway scam is supposed to be the #1 Work From Home System
Project Your Fake Earnings with this Misleading Calculator
The types of calculators you’ll find on the sites that claim you can make money posting links on Google, Yahoo, and Facebook are designed to make you think you can make easy money simpy by posting links from home. You can’t – not in the way they claim you can anyhow. Here’s a typical calculator you’ll find on one of these sites:
If you’ve ever run a real affiliate marketing business or taken real affiliate marketing training, you know that that’s not how it works.
Fake Information About Posting Links From Home
The Online-Jobs-Today.com site uses numerous half-truths about posting links at home. Here are a few of them:
“Reason #1: Companies are desperate for more people to post links from home. When demand surpasses supply, wages are high. It’s the economic Law of Supply and Demand working in our favor… and… there’s an insatiable demand for this job!
Reason #2: If companies were to hire employees to do this job, they would need to spend a new fortune on hiring, buying new office space, management, and all the many expenses that come with it. It would cost them too much and, they would have to pay people small wages to keep this profitable for them. Instead, by having people work independently from home, companies are saving millions of dollars, and they can pass many of these savings onto you.
Reason #3: Companies experience huge increases in sales because of these links. Links make them millions of more dollars every month, but without people to process them, companies can’t offer them. So basically, you can make great money because it’s worth it for companies to pay you a lot to motivate you to post lots of links. Sure, for you it’s a lot of money you’re getting paid… but… in these companies’ eyes… where millions of dollars are at stake, it’s a small investment that reaps them enormously greater financial rewards.”
The Wealth Development Certification
I have no idea what a Wealth Development Certification is supposed to be…and that’s because there’s no such thing. It’s just a term the scammers made up to make you think you’re going to be getting some sort of official recognition. You’re not.
Run For The Hills!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, any time you see these words on one of these sales pages:
“I know the huge difference it makes to talk to a real live advisor. So I’ve put together a Highly-trained staff of success advisors to give you some guidance. You’ll get a free one-on-one phone consultation with a Search Engine Agent Advisor to discuss your individual goals and map out and ensure your quick path to financial success.
Even more, you’ll get the email address to a success advisor who you can contact anytime you want with any questions, and you’ll get a quick response back with whatever you need. This is a lifetime privilege you receive a member of this certification program.
In fact, if you sign up today, I will also give you my personal email address! That’s right, my personal email address. So you can email me directly if you wish with any questions or comments. I know it’s what I would want if I were you, and that’s why I give it to you.”
…run for the hills. Your so-called advisor is simply a high-pressure sales person who will try to figure out how much money and credit you have and then try to squeeze you for as much money as possible. Don’t believe any promises these so-called advisors make. I’ve heard horror story after horror story of people being taken for thousands of dollars by these shysters.
How About the Iron-Clad Guarantee?
The only thing that’s guaranteed to happen if you purchase the Kelly Scott Online Jobs Today program is that you’ll be scammed and lose a bunch of money. Here’s the truth about this so-called money-back guarantee…
Conditional Refund Language is Found in the Terms and Conditions Section
In case you still think you have nothing to lose because of that Iron-Clad Guarantee, you may want to take a look at what I found in the Terms and Conditions about the refund policy:
“6. Refunds: Online Jobs Today 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’s an “honest effort”…that’s up to the scammers behind this work at home scam to decide. You can trust them, right. ;-)
Bottom Line: Avoid the Kelly Scott Online Jobs Today Link Posting Scam
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