Quick Summary of Instant Income at Home
Rating: 1 Too many red flags, most likely a scam
The Good: None that I can see.
The Bad: Exaggerated earnings claims, too many psychological tricks, no proof it makes money, no details of the actual system, and there are just way too many red flags.
The Bottom Line: Instant Income at Home says a lot but nothing at the same time. Systems like this promise the earth but usually fail to deliver and everything I can see about Instant Income at Home suggests you'll just end up paying money with nothing to show for it. Avoid it and look for a real and legitimate way to make money online instead.
Instant Income at Home Review
I’m guessing that you’re looking to make some cash online, and you came across Instant Income at Home.
It’s good that you did your due diligence and checked out this system, because I have a few things to say about it that might help you realize that this system is not all it seems to be.
Instant Income at Home by Angela Crisper
The sales pitch for this system consists of two videos which supposedly tell you everything you need to know about it.
The First Video
This 5 minute introduction is designed to get your hopes up and it has a bunch of red flags dotted throughout it that make it very worrying.
It outlines the basic idea of Instant Income at Home, though that idea is still somewhat vague.
Basically you will end up working for about an hour a week and make $500 or more per day doing nothing else than clicking and liking things on Facebook and other social media networks.
The video suggests that there is a weakness or a loophole in the social networks that makes Zuckerberg and Gates over $6.8 billion for virtually nothing.
According to “Angela”, she sat in with these two giants in a meeting where they discussed the weakness and where they “laugh about the money being made” because of it.
Firstly I highly doubt this meeting ever occurred as why would Bill Gates sit down with Mark Zuckerberg and discuss making money off of Facebook?
Secondly, Facebook doesn’t need a weakness or loophole to make money, they already make money hand over fist via adverts that use your personal information (given freely) to make them highly targeted.
No, this is simply a made up story to give some sort of structure to a potential scam. I’ve seen this story (sometimes with Zuckerberg and Gates, sometimes more generic) on so many different scams; this has to be a scam!
There are no weaknesses in companies like this, not that the average person can exploit. Even if there were, the companies are tech companies and they would quickly shut down anything they deemed inappropriate.
This is just a get rich quick scheme, and you know how well they turn out right?
The video states you can earn “$150,000 or more with no experience with just working an hour or so a week” – Come on. Total bullshit.
No one who makes money online does that little work and makes that much money. Maybe when their company is already successful, after years of work, but not in the beginning and I highly doubt even after it’s successful!
This tactic is preying on your greed, and sadly, preying on those that want to believe in get rich quick schemes!
This short video is really manipulative as not only has it pulled the greed strings but then it pulls many others by telling you how Instant Income at Home can solve all your financial and life woes such as not needing to work or have a boss, getting to see your kids more, paying off bills and being able to do what you want when you want.
Really this short video is about finding out who will believe them as to get to the second video you’ll need to hand over your email address (say hello to spam!).
It also suggests it will offer “real” proof in the second video, so let’s find out…
The Second Video
According to Angela, she set up an account and it will accrue money while the video goes along.
It really heaps on the psychological tactics stating how you deserve better and how Instant Income at Home is the solution to all your troubles.
You DO deserve better! However, so far Instant Income at Home does not look like something that will make your situation better, more likely it will make it worse!
It really does pile it on thick discussing how crap your life is and how much better it could be and how Angela was also in that situation (bear in mind the voice of Angela is a paid narrator and Angela really doesn’t exist).
It goes on and on but it doesn’t actually tell you what Instant Income at Home is or does. Sure you find out that there were secret meeting s and how there’s loads of money to make and how much you can make, but it doesn’t tell you how!
This is huge red flag for any system: if it can only promise you it works but cannot show you properly how it works, then the answer is simple, it doesn’t work!
You might be thinking that I’m over exaggerating I mean they do show proof of earnings:
A screenshot proves nothing! Seriously, they can be easily faked, even in video. You don’t even need to be that skilled to fake them.
Even if the money is real, it also doesn’t prove that the money was made using this system. It’s too vague for actual proof; all you have is their word for it.
Images of big houses, cars and fat bank accounts are there solely to convince you that this system works, but they are stock images and faked screenshots.
The Bottom Line
There is nothing about Instant Income at Home that rings true! The earnings claims are ridiculous – there is no way you can earn $500 or more a day with less than an hour’s work and zero skills.
Yes it is, shall we add Instant Income at Home to that list?
In my opinion the sole purpose of this site is to sell you a subpar product and by the act of buying it you hand over your details (name, email etc.) and confirm to the people behind this system that you’re a buyer.
In turn you will get upsold on more and more products that are more and more expensive (none of which you will need, and I’m positive that none of them will be quality), until the suck you dry.
I didn’t buy this product. I don’t need to set a pile of money on fire to know that I am going to lose it. I see scams like this day in and day out and have for years. If you want my honest advice: avoid this unethical garbage.