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  • Richard Chan
    Richard Chan
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    I have joined so many programs in the past years thinking I could make some money. Precious time and money have been wasted and in the end I felt cheated. Thanks for telling me about this program and definitely I will not have the second thought to participate.

  • Stig Westhagen
    Stig Westhagen
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    I did the same as Mrs F, never went as far as entering my credit card info thank God, because the day after I entered my personal info (and thought better of going any further) this guy from the US called me and asked me why I did not finish registering. He convinced me this was an excellent way of making money, working as a third part vendor selling stuff on Amazon via your own webpage that they would provide me. I told him to Call me back over the weekend so as I could have a full week of trial, telling him I was busy during the weekend. The truth was I needed to check out the truth about this bullshit. I’m glad I did, and if he calls me again I’ll quote what you people tell above. Damn, I thought I had an easy way of making money here, but I guess I’ll never get Lucky ;)

  • Mrs F
    Mrs F
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    OMG I actually put my personal details in and then deleted them and thought I’ll google it first and low and behold. Really pleased I did. Thanks everyone I think it would have been the end of my marriage if I’d signed up and got ripped off.

  • chandra shekhar
    chandra shekhar
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    Thanks to all of you guy’s. I was about to sign up. Thanks to for information passed me.

  • Bill
    Bill
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    If you read the comments posted at the end of the “perfect23.com” site are dated: Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013 and today is Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013. The 1st comment I see on here is from: February 12th, 2011. They must have something to predate those comments.
    I am pretty familiar with HTML, so I looked at the code; sure enough, the dates for those comments are CALCULATED starting with 2 days before current date. Even the deadline date is “calculated”; one day after current date.

    I also was really hoping it would not be a scam, but of course: “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” still holds true.

  • Mary
    Mary
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    I was doing some research, and in the comment section below was a completely random plug for the Home Profit System (my girlfriend’s aunt makes $2,500/mo yada-yada-yada). I immediately smelled a rat (but a tiny part of me wanted it to be true), and in trying to exit the site to Google it, it kept sending pop-ups that wouldn’t let me leave. I hadn’t even entered the actual site to sign up….just the opening pitch. I finally got away from them, Googled it, and found this site. I’m really glad the word is out on this scam. I agree with so many of you…..the people doing this are heartless, cold, calculating shysters, and I pity them when they stand before God to give an account of their actions. Let this be a lesson to all of us to never cross that line into dishonesty FOR ANY REASON! <

  • Renewed
    Renewed
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    Folks, important developments on the companies that took our money. The Federal Trade Commission has charged the owners of the Tax Club and their subsidiary companies with fraud for swindling millions of $$$ from victims of online work from home scams. We may be able to get our money refunded!!
    Check the statement in this link to the FTC website and file a complaint if you can.

    http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2013/01/taxclub.shtm

  • M Gerrett
    M Gerrett
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    Yes, Yes, Yes, I should know better, but its just an attempt to have a paid break since working non stop and schooling. Was about to, as i read the comments on their site, i’m just like OK, let me give it a shot, then the Lords voice said ( internally) Premo, cmon you know better, Googled due to complete lack of trust (thanks to society over the years) and zammm, found truth- didn’t put info in nor move forward. We need a revolt, because we are all getting desperate. Thanks all, may we all bond together against those that are evil in spirit, (minority, but boy are they freakin busy.. lol)

  • dave Boyd
    dave Boyd
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    well I am astonished and stupid for going for this scam now I entered my details but didn’t press pay ( i was just about to when the power went off whew!! hopefully they didn’t get my banking details,but you know the speed of todays computors,mind boggling,.So now I’ve got to see the bank manager and make sure this outfit scammers are shut down n out of my account ,oh maybe others stalking the net,waiting for a chance meal (bludy scavengers)cheers for the power.

  • Gary
    Gary
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    I received the info this morning on my mobile and it is appealing, i googled the company and read through all those that have misguided. Thanks for your messages

  • JUN
    JUN
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    THANX TO ALL OF YOU GUYS, I WAS ABOUT TO SIGN UP. TNX FOR THE INFO…

  • tri
    tri
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    Wish I had read this site. I signed up, payed the registration left it for 24hrs… site had gone?????. Money had gone too!!!!
    I was a fool

  • Seth
    Seth
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    Ladies an’ gents, there is no free lunch, no Santa Claus, no self-cleaning rifle, no Tooth Fairy. IF IT LOOKS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, IT PROBABLY IS. Be guided by that, and you’ll save lots of money. Lack of SPECIFIC INFORMATION is a dead give-away.

  • Jay
    Jay
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    I sooo was about to put my CC in then my instincts literally said google this Jay it doesn’t sound right..here I am, thank goodness I found this, you have saved me.

  • Patty
    Patty
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    I was scammed too starting on a “home-income” site and because I gave my CC # for $97 , the only thing I could do was cancel my cc and get a new one – can believe I fell for it !! So mad.

  • Anna from Philippines
    Anna from Philippines
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    The word “FREE” seems too good to be true! But look at me, wanting to earn easy money put me to the situation of laughing at myself and told my self that I’m stupid enough to hook up into this big scam! After 30 minutes of reading the details on their site, I realized that it was a big scam so I immediately went to my bank and close my account, the demons took $19.99 from my account, doesn’t matter, what scares me is that what if they could drain my $30,000.00 credit limit! I hope this kind of scam will put to an end…

    To the founder of this scam, goodluck!

  • Renewed
    Renewed
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    And in case you all are wondering what it is they actually have you doing to supposedly my money, well for me it was learning to build and market online stores that are supposed to bring you income. They make you spend too much money in a short space of time and try to guarantee you will make it back “soon”. Even after spending hours and days advertising and marketing the website I just couldn’t make any sales. I had a website up for about 6 months selling home furniture and only made one sale from a family member who wanted to support me.

  • Renewed
    Renewed
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    I too was scammed by this company and there many affiliates around the country (USA), like premiercoachingcenter.com and The Tax Club. I got scammed thousands of dollars in credit card charges and had to get a consumer advocate to help me go after them and theire partners and complained all the way up to the atorney general of my state. I the end I got back only 35% of what I lost and still paying off the rest to this day, I have a few more months left till I’m done and free.
    That was a major lesson and turning point in my life, I’m much wiser and happier today.

    Someone asked about My Home Income Profits, well most of them are affiated or run by the same scam groups so stay away from them.

  • stupidity at its finest
    stupidity at its finest
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    i just did a stupid decision by entering my card details and then boom! the deduct $19.99. immediately go to the bank and replace a new card. like everyone else, i need money. but stupid enough to get scammed by obvious scam website. i’m over it. being poor isn’t that bad after all. being stupid it a really bad thing that happen to me.

  • C. Gomez
    C. Gomez
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    Actually, you can call your credit card company as long as it wasn’t a debit transaction, an demand a “CHARGE BACK” on any transaction. Its VISA and MC that make the rule’s an they DO honor a card holder’s request, and that company is billed a charge back to their account through their Merchant Service. An if they get a slew of them, their Merchant Service’s for Credit Card Transaction’s is REVOKED.

  • r0se85
    r0se85
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    Thank you so much. I saw the link to the scam on news24.com. I am in South Africa, just got married and thinking of studying next year.So I thought, well let me go and check it out. Just as I was about to register I decided to google it and landed on this website. You are God sent. Thank you very much for sharing this.

  • pat
    pat
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    I got scammed too. Just last night I signed up.Got me for 97.00 and then 83.75. I’ve been mad at myself all day.it was “my stay at home income” I called them last night telling them I
    wanted my money back but of course they said I had to wait 30 days.I called my bank and cancelled my credit card.

  • Shaz
    Shaz
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    was just about to sign up…..cant thank everyone enough for saving me:)))))))………..stay smart!

  • raj
    raj
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    thanks Chris 4 sharing ur thoughts.
    At that point of time, I transferrend all my account balance to other account. Also talk with customer care on online chat. They said due to insufficient balance they already cancelled subscription. Also I blocked my debit card.
    Really those guys are master in making people fool.
    I entered my details and clicked on to the next step. It was showing error at that time. So i thought no info will reach to their data base.
    But after taking with customer care I came to know that, they have all information of mine & w/o clicked on I accept all T & C. They started my subscription.
    I learnt a good lesson from this incident.

  • Chris
    Chris
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    Hi, Raj….I don’t know where in the world you are, but here in the UK, you simply call your card provider / Bank and tell them to cancel any debits from that applicant. Explain that it’s a fraudulent claim, as if the price is stated as ‘free’ then if they try to debit your account for any sum above that, it’s fraud.
    Just make sure that there weren’t any ‘postage’ charges for sending the ‘free’ trial pack….. always read the small print before giving anyone your payment details…… I don’t remember that far back, when I looked at the site and was tempted.
    Luckily I googled the company first because I don’t trust anyone on the web that I don’t know, and I found this forum of pissed off punters.
    Your bank should still cancel any mandates though, as I believe distance selling rules are an international agreement and you can cancel a direct debit for no reason within a reasonable time (I’m not quite sure how long, but I think it’s either 7 days or 14 days.) as well as change your mind and return goods for any reason as long as they are as sent. (No ordering a pizza, then sending it back with a bite out of it!)

  • raj
    raj
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    On this site It was mentioned that free trial pack. So I filled my Card details. And automatically it accepts my Info.
    Now after reading this, I want to cancel this. Please can u tell me, how i can cancel my subscription?

  • sanjay
    sanjay
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    thanks man for explaining this scam!!!!

  • Margaret
    Margaret
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    Honestly if this and any of the other scam websites were legit, we would have no unemployment because everyone would be doing this. There is some jerk, be they female or male, that is sitting up in their little apartment putting this fishing line scheme out there and unfortunately there are people out there that do think they are being honest and they are desperate enough to do it and they get screwed. It’s sad that there are leaches there that are taking advantage of desperate people, but they will get theirs very soon. What goes around comes around.

  • Male Flower
    Male Flower
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    A close friend of me signed up to this “Home Profit System” (level95) a while back when he thought it could be a way to help him through a financial drawback, despite the fact that he’s a knowledgeable person and basically already knew that anything like that isn’t ever possible to come out as a benefit for all and every one. Long story short though, he put some of the little money he still had into it this so-called “system” because he was sure at the time he’d be able to let the system work *for* him and that was a big mistake! Every one of those programs claiming that you could just join them to make money, they’re already established within their own boundaries, like a private function. Meaning, anyone trying to get into this system and become a part of it, only ends up at the very bottom of its pyramid scheme. It’s basically nothing else than that, a pyramid selling scheme, and a very acute-angled at that. The top person who started the scheme, and also profits from it the most, can’t ever be seen or read about anywhere and they just continue to get more and more money by stirring up the hopes of little people and then blatantly abusing that hope by ripping them off. Anyone closely reading their verbalisation on those websites and thinking about its meaning, should be able to realise this system can only work *because* there is nothing really there, no real information, no facts, no juridical guarantees of any kind, there are only lies and fictitious drivel. My friend never got any money out of this, although he was practically forced to put about $200 into it, about $80 with his consent and another $120 without his consent, but he never got *anything* in return – he then managed to have about half of it returned to him with the juridical acknowledgement of his bank, by implementing a reversal transfer that could of course only be applied to most of the money that was transferred without his consent before, within a 4 weeks time frame, usually it would have been just 2 weeks but the circumstances allowed a kind of extension to that. So, instead of earning money, he even lost some of it and we’re sure this would have gone on as long as there was some money left on his account, even the local bank manager agreed with that.

    Don’t make the same mistake. Don’t apply to this scam, and keep in mind there are many more very similar to this. Anything like this “Home Profit System” can only turn out playing a very extreme capitalistic game with people, a real life game, the poor getting poorer and the rich getting richer. Sounds familiar, huh? In the end, if you’re just an unknown grain of sand in the tides of any pecuniary society, the only thing that will earn you honest money beyond the very basic needs is honest work. Those at the top of all capitalism (which is basically just a huge pyramid scheme too) will still profit from your work, but so will you if you’re good at what you can do, for people and for yourself. (On the long run, it’s better for your mental health as well.)

  • rohroh
    rohroh
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    i have not really try home income kit. but i was obsessed to find a job to work at home. so basically permission to get the home income kit. we did pay $75.00 for the kit. i think it’s like a package that i will received through the mail and install it in my computer. but it’s been three weeks i have not received my package. should i just not sign up for it? i mean come on we all know that everything online is a scam. no one knows what’s real or fake. no fence as if people are honest. right?

  • Pluto's Daughter
    Pluto's Daughter
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    Thanks to this post, I wasn’t fooled by Home profit system!

  • Marie
    Marie
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    I always check Google for reviews about anything I am interested in which is advertised on the internet and about 80% of them consistantly turn out to be scams.

  • kizito
    kizito
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    Thanks people. Was about signing up my broke warrant i guess. Saved! Thank God! Just a student.

  • Victor
    Victor
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    I signed up for the system but I did not receive anything in the mail or via the internet. Seeing that it was only an expense of $2.97 I forgot all about this and went on with my life. I have a bad habit of not checking my bank statements, then 6 months down the track, I noticed this monthly withdrawal
    from my bank account. What was worse is that the System PASSED YOUR BANK DETAILS to affiliates, and I was getting charges from organisations that I have not even heard of. To stop this, I had to cancel my credit card. So please do not sign up for this. It is DEFINITELY A SCAM.

  • Judy
    Judy
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    Thank you!!! I was just about to sign up. If I had not have read these posts, I would have done it and been frustrated and angry at my self for being a fool and at them for the scam. Thank God for this website and your vital information.

  • Don
    Don
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    I was almost to sign in on this, it does sound somewhat scamy. I read what others said, I decided not to be conned with this. I am an honest person that could use some extra money, like all of us, but thanks for being firm and straight honest. I will not sign in to this in any way.

  • Brian
    Brian
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    Thanks for exposing this scam. I tried to subscribe, thanks to the system. I could not be taken on

  • ANANDEEP
    ANANDEEP
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    A BIG THANKS TO ALL TO KEEP ME AWAY FROM ALL THESE NONSENSE…….. I WAS JUST ABOUT TO BUY THIS SCAM………. PLEASE DON’T GO FOR ALL THESE RUBBISH WITH BLANK FAITH…….

  • DeAnna
    DeAnna
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    I’m so pissed off… I just it for $47! And I called the company it doesn’t make any sense. DONT DO ANYTHING WITH THESE “HOME PROFIT BS ” it’s all a scam. Sounded like this girl was at home or at a coffee shop.

  • peer adil
    peer adil
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    thanks, big thanks for such vital information.

  • Sherri
    Sherri
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    Is this the same as the – “My Home Income Profits” – that names Danielle Staub as the founder? – does anyone seeing this know?

  • LLOYD
    LLOYD
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    IS THIS THE SAME PROGRAM THAT WAS FEATURED ON THE “ECONOMICALERTS.COM” WEBSITE ABOUT BEATING THE RECESSSION AND ALL??????

  • Chris
    Chris
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    I came across this site via a legitimate job site here in the UK, and Immediately suspected that it was a scam even though it was posted on somewhere reputable.
    If you read the small print at the bottom, it says that the ‘Kelly’ story is a composite as are the ‘reviews’ on there and are just as an example of what may be possible….I don’t know if this is the same in the US but here they have to show the ‘small print’….and it certainly is small!.
    Despite suspecting it to be dodgy, I read through as I am currently out of work, but then cross checked the company with Google……surprise surprise!….I found this, and other similar forums, to enlighten me.
    One day there will be ways to deal with these arseholes, they are like religions, they prey on those that are in need of something with promises of things that they can’t fulfil…….I’ve learned to be wary of anything like this to the extent of not even applying for some jobs that have later turned out to be legitimate.
    That’s the sad thing……there must be many others that have done the same and possibly lost out, as I have.

    Keep up the good work…

  • Jan
    Jan
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    The information on this site is absolutely correct regarding this so – called business. It is a SCAM! They got me to pay $29.95 just to get in with the promise that all you have to do is put links on web sites and get paid good money for this. They neglect to tell you that every step of the way you need to pay more and more dollars, $$$$$$$$$ to jump through the many stages and you need to purchase your websites and run them to put links on. So you are into full internet marketing and all that involves, more dollars and no return yet. They so far have refused to refund my money. They are misleading, deceitful and unscrupulous.
    PLEASE do your self a favour DO NOT SIGN UP or enter this site.

  • sandeep sinha
    sandeep sinha
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    Thanks to all of you….i was about to order this scam today !!!! Saved….Thanks once again.

  • Scam
    Scam
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    This is placed on the bottom of it’s home-page, read carefully because once you click anything in there it’s mean you’re agree to their terms and conditions:

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY READ AND AGREE TO PURCHASE TERMS BELOW BEFORE ORDERING:

    We are not affiliated in any way with Google, CNN, WebTV, News Channel 7, ABC, NBC, CBS, U.S. News or FOX. CNN, WebTV, News Channel 7, ABC, NBC, CBS, U.S. News, FOX, and Consumer Reports are all registered trademarks of their respective owners. © All trademarks on this web site whether registered or not, are the property of their respective owners. The authors of this web site are not sponsored by or affiliated with any of the third-party trade mark or third-party registered trade mark owners, and make no representations about them, their owners, their products or services.

    It is important to note that this site and the stories depicted above is to be used as an illustrative example of what some individuals have achieved with this/these products. This website, and any page on the website, is based loosely off a true story, but has been modified in multiple ways including, but not limited to: the story, the photos, and the comments. Thus, this blog, and any page on this website, are not to be taken literally or as a non-fiction story. This blog, and the results mentioned on this blog, although achievable for some, are not to be construed as the results that you may achieve on the same routine. I UNDERSTAND THIS WEBSITE IS ONLY ILLUSTRATIVE OF WHAT MIGHT BE ACHIEVABLE FROM USING THIS/THESE PRODUCTS, AND THAT THE STORY DEPICTED ABOVE IS NOT TO BE TAKEN LITERALLY. This page receives compensation for clicks on or purchase of products featured on this site.

  • debbie
    debbie
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    so what is it that you have to do in home profit system why do alot of people post comments on the websites saying that they recieved up to 2,000 dollars and that it really works?

  • Kome
    Kome
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    Thanks for this man. Home income profit system operates in similar fashion just like the other online scams. They all operate in obscurity and offer as less information as possible about their “turnkey home profit system”. Thanks for this great post!

  • Irene
    Irene
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    Man, just when i was just about to sign up. Thanks for this. :)

  • Carol
    Carol
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    I was also fooled by the Home Income Profit Kit scam. I thought i had ten days to try the kit before i was charged the 139.99, so after having the damn CD (kit) for three days i called to cancel. Turns out since i ordered it on 1/15 and called on 1/25 the 10 days were up. The site states 10 days from purchase so i called and argued with them that even though i ordered 10 days ago the payment on my card was cleared on the 18th which meant it was 7 days since purchase. Also told them that there is no 10 day trial if they take one week to send it and claim that is part of my trial. They gave me a credit of 56.00 dollars. How generous of those disgusting people .

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