Okay, I think I very well may have uncovered the greatest scam of all. This website is heavily promoting an eBook that supposedly teaches it’s readers how to find real work at home jobs. Given the nature of these claims, I’d like to send one of our readers in to take a look and report their findings. I suspect many of you who are reading this have already fell victim to their claims and purchased the book without our thorough review. For this reason, we won’t be spending money to send any new secret agents in, but rather, if you’ve already signed up and have a story to tell, we want to hear it.
The eBook that we’re placing under fire is The Complete I’ve Tried That Guide to Telecommuting. They are making outlandish claims that anyone can find real work at home jobs online and easily make an extra $200/month at least doing freelance work. We thought that we’ve seen everything folks, but this book just takes the cake.
Take for example this excerpt from their presale page:
Yes, you’ve read that correctly. We’re not promising you thousands of dollars for no work because we know that offers that make those kinds of promises are usually dishonest. Instead, we just promise to teach you how to find genuine jobs online.
We teach you about the entire process of finding a telecommuting job, including resumes, where/how to find real jobs, and how to communicate with potential employers. No gimmicks. We’ll simply show you how to use various online resources to find legitimate jobs.
You need to break the notion that you will become richer than your wildest dreams by doing data entry online. It’s simply unrealistic. But adding an extra $200 or so to your budget every month is not only realistic, it’s relatively easy if you have some marketable computer skills.
I’ve been in this business for a few years now and these claims are unlike anything I’ve ever seen before. We’re desperately seeking honest reviews from any of our readers to expose the madness behind this eBook. So please, if you have any information regarding The Complete I’ve Tried That Guide to Telecommuting that we can use, post it in the comments section below, or send us an email. Until then, I’ll sit here and anxiously await our first reader response.
Good luck and God speed.