Quick Summary of Home Earning System
Rating: 1 Avoid it.
The Good: You'll be better educated on what NOT to buy.
The Bad: They lie throughout the sales page, offer no real details on the type of work you would be doing, it's expensive and they can sell your personal information.
The Bottom Line: Avoid this one and learn how to make real money online instead.
Home Earning System Review
Today I am going to talk to you about yet another system I’ve discovered online that I consider as one to avoid.
That site is Home Earning System, and it is being promoted in a wide number of ways, from fake news sites, to fake jobs sites like the one I recently reviewed.
As such it’s more than likely going to end up in your inbox if you subscribe to make money online email lists.
Why is it that I consider it something to avoid? Well, let me explain.
Home Earning System by Kelly Richards
Let’s forget for a minute all the dodgy sites promoting this product and focus just on what it has to say for itself.
The first thing I noticed about the sales pitch was how, apparently, this particular system has received a “lot of national media attention”.
Normally for this style of site, they merely suggest that work from home opportunities have been in the media, to suggest a link.
Home Earning system doesn’t suggest, it states. Sadly I tried to find any mention of this system on the listed networks, but found zero mention of them.
As such, the absolute first thing that you read on the sales page is a complete fabrication!
The next cause for concern is the listed earnings. Apparently, and with no proof, you can make up to $1,000 per day with this system. Yet the earnings disclaimer basically say’s you’re unlikely to make money.
This sort of claim is merely there to grab your interest; it is certainly no guarantee of making money.
Talking of proof, the video does showcase some earnings screenshots which might be enough for you to think wow, maybe this does work. After all its showing earnings of over $60,000 per week for 5 weeks!
The data is also 4 years old. As well as that just because they earned that money does not mean that they earned that money by using Home Earning System.
The video on the sales page has a lot of worrying content in it.
I had to laugh when I saw the part with three questions:
Question #1 – Does the website or money making opportunity have undeniable proof that it works?
Uhm, well, no, there’s no hard evidence that this system works!
Question #2 – Are the money making methods used in this system legally and ethical?
I can’t comment on the system itself, but based on the sales pitch the answer would be no, this is not ethical!
Question #3 – Does the website give you all of its money making secrets for FREE?
Haha, nope, Home Earning System charges you $97!
As you can see, this system has failed its own 3 questions for how to prove a site isn’t trying to scam you!
One section for example advises you to set up your account in the form below the video for free lifetime access to the system.
The form is for your email and there’s no account, even the member access link at the bottom of the site just brings you back to the sales pitch.
The idea behind this is that they get your email so they can spam you with other offers.
In fact, if you did go ahead and purchase this $97 product, the terms give them licence to email, send you direct mail and call you on the phone to sell to you.
The final part of the sales page that is concerning is the security badges.
In order for these to be real, they need to link out to the website that issued them where you can view a report on the site in question.
The badges supplied by Home Earning System are just images. Without the link they are basically worthless and could have been taken from another site and modified in Photoshop for all we know!
Inside Home Earning System
Based on the sales pitch and the sites that promote this product, I decided there was no point purchasing it, so I’m sorry to say I can’t tell you what’s inside.
Honestly though, if you haven’t been turned off by the lies and falsehoods from the sales pitch I don’t know what to say to you. The system costs $97 which is expensive for something that offe3rs no details about what it gives you and the little information you do get is laced with untruths!
The Bottom Line
I can’t conclusively say that the Home Earning System is a scam, but I there’s good reason to advise you to avoid it.
There are so many blatant lies on the sales pitch that it’s inconceivable that this system would actually generate you a sustainable online income.