Stay At Home Revenue Review Of Red Flags

Note: All details of the Michelle Withrow Stay At Home Revenue sales page, terms and conditions, privacy policy, etc. as outlined in this post have preserved in multiple ways, including video recording. StayAtHomeRevenue.com is potentially also related to SimplyClickToprofit.com (& several other websites).

Aside from multiple red flags, there are two main red flags concerning Stay At Home Revenue that you need to know.

Red Flag # 1. The “Free Consultation” Trap

Stay At Home Revenue claims that “as a bonus” you’ll get “A Free One-On-One Consultation With An Internet Expert” and that “You’ll get a free one-on-one phone consultation with a Success Advisor to discuss your individual goals and map out and ensure your quick path to financial success.”

Here’s what that REALLY means…

You will talk to one or more hard core sales people who will try to figure out how much cash and credit you have available.  They will then try to squeeze as much money out of you as possible. You may even potentially be promised that you’ll make specific amounts of money – but the contract you sign will leave all of those promises out, making it extremely difficult, if not impossible to recover your money.

Red Flag #2. You Are Potentially Waiving Your Do Not Call Rights

I don’t know who will call you, but I’ve seen many horror stories on other set ups such as Stay At Home Revenue where people get called relentlessly after entering their phone number.

Here’s the order form with the checkbox saying “I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions.

Stay At Home Revenue Terms Checkbox

Here’s the part of the Terms at the end of the Stay At Home Revenue site – which apparently is actually is for a program called Simply Click To Profit.

Stay At Home Revenue DNC

Red Flag #3. Stay At Home Revenue is using stock photos for its testimonials

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  1. says

    Have you heard about the “profit web system,” developed by someone named Sally Brown? If so, would you recommend this system or not?

    I’m looking for a straight-up, non-fraudulent work-from-home system. If you have any recommendations for honest systems/programs to research, I would love to hear any recommendations you might have!

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