I’ve Tried That Investigates: Rachel Ryan, Justin Blake, The Stay at Home System, and Stay-Home-Millionaire.com.

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Another day. Another scam. Another ass-kicking to hand out. Today we have Justin Blake posing as Rachel Ryan in order to promote his latest scam: The Stay at Home System. It has quite the attractive URL too. You can find this scam at http://www.Stay-Home-Millionaire.com/. I don’t know about you guys, but I have yet to meet a stay at home parent or work from home individual that has become a millionaire through their efforts online. Surely this website has something new to offer? Let’s look at the claims.

The Claims

After you invest $49.95 (hurry only 27 copies are left!), you’ll be given a set of instructions that will teach you how to setup one single website that will make over $100,000 a year guaranteed*!

(*not guaranteed)

Rachel Ryan used to be a poor mom living in what sounded like a shanty town, but now she is making over $700 per day all because she owns a website. We all know that once you start a website money just flows into your pockets. It’s literally that easy**!

(**not that easy)

Finally, Rachel Ryan will you walk you through the steps she took to become a millionaire once you purchase her “Stay at Home System.” Again, it costs $49.95, but that is a small price to pay since you’ll instantly be making an income that is on par with that of doctors, lawyers, and top level CEOs of major corporations! All from home!

Don’t believe me? Look at the chart below! ***

(*** chart has been fabricated to trick you into thinking you can actually make that much money)

The Truth

At this point, you probably want to know what you’ll get if you had sent your money to Rachel Ryan or Justin Blake. First things first, you may not receive anything at all. A lot of customers have reported receiving NO materials even after being charged. You may also be charged two or three times for the same program. We’re not off to a good start.

Okay, in the event the transaction goes through correctly, you’ll receive a packet of training materials. Included will be instructions on how to setup a website in order to deceive others into buying various ‘work at home’ scams to make a commission. The type of website you’ll be given is widely notorious for being a waste of time. In fact at I’ve Tried That, we strongly advocate AGAINST the type of website you’ll be given.

Justin Blake as Rachel Ryan has also made the process of setting up a website overly complicated. Why? So, he can call you and offer “technical support” for only $1,500! He’ll also “upgrade your earning potential” without giving any details as to what that means.

Okay, so you paid the $49.95 fee and the $1,500 upgrade. It’s time to let the money flow! Right? Wrong. In order to make money with your new scam website, you’ll have to advertise like crazy. And guess what? Advertising TAKES MONEY. It takes A LOT of money. If you don’t know what you’re doing and you probably don’t, you will lose more money than you can afford to lose.

Now, you’re down about $2,000 and you have a pitiful excuse for a website that advocates the use of known scam programs that no one visits. Does this sound like you’re on your way to becoming a millionaire? Of course not. Don’t buy into this program. It’s a complete waste of time, money and energy.

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  1. I was sent info about this program by a family member it just came with my Name and no subject. and looked at it I did not buy (looked like a scam) but found it difficult to get out of the site. I finally had to turn off my computer. I suspect it is a mal ware program that takes over your e-mail address book and sends out e-mails to everyone on the list.
    Beware of this site I hope ther is some way of getting it out of service.

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  2. Thanks for the report, I almost sent money (not much $1) for Justin Blake’s new book. Based on your review, I probably wouldn’t have received anything.

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  3. Hi,good comments these must be exploited for what they realy are”a waste of bloody time and money

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  4. Howard Ryder says:

    Thanks for the info and telephone number. I am going to try to get my money back. wish me luck..

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  5. Helena Lytle says:

    Tony Verruso <milliondollarescape@gmail.com

    Has anyone heard of this or tried it? My email is lytle7706@aol.com please let me know what you know! I’m so tired of all the lies and promises.

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  6. I recently purchased that program. There is no way to get your money back; however I went to my bank. I filed a strike against them and was able to get my money back. A day later a proclaimed rep from stay home contacted me trying to get me to purchase the system again. YEA RIGHT!!! Their number is 8014920715 try calling and you might have a good chance of getting your money back.

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  7. I receive email from Justin Blake all the time. Is he affiliated with AutoPilotProfits?

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  8. On 12=28=08 I Paid 39.99 for the stay at home suposedly s ystem GOT NOTHING NOTA A coment came up after I submitted this calling it a duplicate,saying I already said this.I have never been here before is this JB himself or what,I suppose it also had my same date for the transaction taking place also? Contact me I will prove this .

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  9. Wow sounds like the Angela Penbrook / Angel Stevens / Angela Christianson / Maryanne Kennedy Rebate Processing SCAM.

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