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http://work-from-home-business-opportunity.info/ is a scam with a really dumb long pointless stupid name.

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Joseph and I sat down and had a long heart warming talk earlier today. The outcome (Joe cried twice) was that we’ve hit a point where everything we review has become a little bit redundant. All scams are starting to follow the same exact system. In short, that system is you lose money and someone else steals it. We are going to start compiling a list of known scam websites and categorizing them into different types instead of giving a review of their sales page.

We will continue to fully review websites that fall outside of the norm. We’re just both tired of writing the same review over and over again.

Email Processing?

Work-from-home-business-opportunity.info (WFHBO.info from now on. No way will I ever type that again.) claims that you will become a millionaire by simply processing emails. I know what you’re thinking, “Cha-Ching! I receive emails all the time!” I’m sorry to burst your bubble, but there is no way you’ll ever receive $25 for receiving or sending an email.

Sell a membership. Make me rich.

WFHBO.info will require you to buy “training materials” which will teach you how to sell your own $25 “training materials” to others. Prepare to waste your money on either a web page, word document, or pdf file outlining how to create a cookie-cutter website in order to rip others off.

That was a short review.

WFHBO.info does not deserve even the slightest publicity. It’s a complete scam.

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  1. So very tru.

    I was recently scammed by http://3500weekly.com/ who promised me a 800 page website. I paid my money and then they turned around and told me I had to pay a huge monthly hosting fee. The original sales page does not state having to pay any more than the asking price. Steer clear of this one. By the way they won’t refund neither.

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