Theresa Andrews Work From Home

If you have encountered one  of the Theresa Andrews Work From Home sites, then this page will help you understand what they are all about.

Who Is Theresa Andrews?

All of the sites I’ve seen using this name are highly questionable sites that tend to lead to a great deal of complaints. The name Theresa Andrews itself is simply a made up name that the creators of the site want you to believe is a work at home mom generating home income doing simple “link posting”.

There are several different images used for Theresa Andrews. All of the ones I’ve seen are stock photos. Click Here to see one of the stock photos commonly used for her.

Guaranteed Placement?

Many of these sites will claim they can guarantee you placement as a “link poster” or what they call a “Search Engine Agent”.  First of all, there’s no such thing as a “Search Engine Agent”. Second of all, because they are actually talking about affiliate marketing where you work for yourself as an independent contractor selling products and services from other companies, there’s no way they can “guarantee” you placement.

So What Is This Theresa Andrews “Home Income” Opportunity Really All About?

The real purpose of sites like these is to get your phone number and to get you to talk to a high-pressure, hard-sell sales person who will try to squeeze as much money out of you as possible. Typically, the sales person will make all kinds of promises and refund guarantees to you, but when you sign the actual contract for the so-called coaching and other services, none of those promises and guarantees will be in the contract. That’s so when you figure out that you want to try to get your money back, it will make it very difficult for you to do so.

If you’ve had experience with one of these types of sites, please post your experience and/or questions in the comments section below.

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Comments

  1. Jamie says

    I’ve been looking for something to do from home as I’m a stay at home mom now. I noticed this story is pretty much identical to Megan Jackson’s profit from home. They both have the same layout. I’m very skeptical about getting involved with any of these companies as there are so many scams. Do you have any recommendations of where to look?

    • Iain says

      There are a lot of genuine companies out there but it is important to do your due dilligence. Please connect with me if you want more info or just for reassurance. Regards. Iain.

      • says

        Why can someone not give us home base desired workers wanna be’s a legitmate company to work for on the internet? Seems like that could be a career in itself. I would like a real company to work at home and pay me an honest wage/commission for a days work. I am not looking for something for nothing. I am willing to work the hours if a company is really out there in cyberspace to make money at a home based business. And if one does not exist, why is this not policed better from them scamming the public as suggested of Theresa Andrews work from home? Please respond to me at [removed so spammers don't harvest your email], a real person unemployed searching for a way to make money on the internet, if it’s possible.

        Thanks so much,
        Robert :)

  2. chele says

    how can you differentiate from a scam and genuine company?

    Is there certain domain names, key letters, words, etc?

    I am in need of help. The last company took me for $2000 for being and ‘ Associate something… made me a poorly designed web page with a portal site to my page….what the heck is a portal site and how do you know to click on it to get to my site? Yeah, never doing that again.

  3. Cindy Ferrell says

    Thank you for your article on work at home scams. Are there any legitimate companies out there to work from home using the computer?

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