That’s the name listed as the “chairman” of sitereviewautority.org. We warned you about this outfit in another Watchdogs post. The tubes are full of sites that claim to review work-at-home opportunities, and SHOCKER!, 89.23 percent of them are scams! But don’t worry, they say, we’ll show you the ones that are real. They then sell you on their affiliate links to “recommended” programs.
Sitereviewauthority.org is a joke. Why? Because its top recommended opportunity is Process at Home, the Angel Stevens “rebate processing” deal that has burned a lot of people.
I have not been able to find anything that suggests “Dr. Stera” is a real person. He has no online presence outside of Sitereviewauthority.org—and that’s not easy to accomplish today—and there are these problems:
- He can’t remember his own name. On the splash page at sitereviewauthority.org, the page that tells you to wait while they take you to the latest review, his name is Dr. Mike Stera.
- His email address is fake
- His 1-800 number requires an access code
- His physical address actually belongs to WeisComm Partners, a medical PR firm
In other words, there’s no such person and you should stay far away from whatever he recommends
BREAKING UPDATE: I take it all back! I found this fascinating biographical film about Dr. Stera. (If for no other reason, watch it for the rockin’ music!)