Meet Jennifer Smith.
Another fake persona complete with stock photography who’s made millions of dollars online doing next to nothing and now wants to share “her” secrets with you.
The offer: learn how to make over $100,000 per year “posting links online.”
The truth: data entry scams are making a comeback with a new name.
An AtHomeIncomeSource.com Review
“Jennifer Smith” is claiming that there’s a new work at home job out there that will make you rich. “She” drones on and on about how she quit her job, makes millions of dollars, and generally spends her time lounging around on gigantic piles of money. Now she wants you to come work for her.
There is very little mention of what type of work you’ll be doing outside of the faux-job title “Search Engine Agent.” What does a search engine agent do? According to Jennifer, he or she gets paid $15 per link they post to Google. It takes about 4 minutes to post a link. Assuming you work the average 8 hour work day, you’ll make $1,800 per day posting links! What’s not clear about that?
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And you can have your investment back in just One Day! By posting 15 links in 60 minutes you can make $225, so that means in your first 60 minutes you can make back your one-time investment of $49.95, and already be $28 ahead!
More so, by posting 15 links in 60 minutes a day…5 days a week…you can put $58,500 year-after-year into your bank account, so the financial value you’re receiving is enormous! Think about it, you invest $49.95 once, and you receive back $58,500 over and over again!
$225/hr doing something simple like posting a link. Sounds pretty good right?
Any time you see someone referencing “posting a link on a search engine” they’re referring to one thing: pay-per-click ads. AtHomeIncomeSource.com seems to have left one important fact out…
You have to pay a lot of money to “post a link to Google.” I’m talking hundreds or even thousands of dollars per day. To see any sort of return, you’re going to need extensive knowledge in pay-per-click marketing. You don’t simply buy ad space and make hundreds of thousands of dollars. That’s just not how advertising works.
I’ve covered this type of scam hundreds of times in the past. I have nothing new to add and to be honest, I’m sick of talking about it.
However, I do want to point out one last thing. The sales page does get a embarrassingly sloppy towards the end.
Case in point: this screenshot taken right from their website…
Don’t see it?
This clown signs the end of the letter with the generic name, Jennifer Smith. Immediately following the signature, they use the name Judy in a headline instead of Jennifer. This scammer can’t seem to decide on what fake name to use.
Is At Home Income Source a Scam?
It’s 100% absolutely a scam.
It’s the same data entry scam we saw all those years ago. It’s just repackaged with a new name, new pictures, and new stories; however, it still DOES NOT WORK. Do not buy into the hype because you will lose a TON of money.
Do not join AtHomeIncomeSource.com and stay far away from anyone who tells you that you can become rich posting links online.