I’m not sure why, but the name “Sarah Johnson” has been used to promote numerous work at home scams. Some of the scams have included envelope stuffing, home assembly work, and fake data entry jobs.
But the latest scam I’ve seen the pseudonym Sarah Johnson associated with is Web Fortune Vault. Not only is Web Fortune Vault the latest scam, but probably one of the most financially dangerous scams around today.
If you have landed here, because you want to know about Web Fortune Vault, Web Fortune, or similar sites being promoted by “Sarah Johnson”, I strongly encourage you to read the following…
Those site are being promoted by a site called Top3WorkAtHome.net which makes this incredibly dubious claim:
So, apparently Sarah Johnson from Top 3 Work At Home spent two straight months of testing scam after scam and finally decides to recommend…one of the worst scams on the internet!?!
Another Notorious Work At Home Scam using the Sarah Johnson name…
Big Pay Jobs – BigPayJobs.com
This was a work at home data entry scam from 2006/2007 that claimed that you could make $1,000 per day doing “simple data entry work at home” (you can’t). The site is no defunct, but here’s a screenshot of what it used to look like:
Other Work At Home Scams Using The Sarah Johnson Name Have Included:
- Envelope Stuffing
- Home Assembly
- Other sites very similar to Web Fortune Vault & Web Fortune Master