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Computer experts online scam review

I came across this program when I click on an ad on Google search that made a lot of promises that seemed too good to be true.
Computer experts online is supposedly owned by Karen Johnson. It promises to help its members make about $379 a day or more with little to no effort.
According to this program, it won’t take long; you can start making money right away when you join.
In my review of computer experts online; I will describe the program as objectively as I can so you can decide by the end of this post whether it is a scam or a legit program.

What is computer experts online all about?

Computer experts online is an online education program that is supposed to teach its members how to make money online.
It charges a fee of $97 to join and says its members will begin to make money right away when they join this program.
According to owner Karen Johnson, members will make at least $379 a day at the start.

Main features of the computer experts online program

Limited Positions

When you get to the main page of this program, they make it clear to you that the program has gathered a lot of popularity and thus positions are limited.
In some instances, they will tell you congratulations, there are only 9 positions in your area.
If you leave and come back a day or two later, the story will be exactly the same. There will still be just 9 positions left in your area.
I wonder then how popular they are.

 

Limited time

Another feature of this program is the fact that they tell you that time is limited.
They tell you to act fast or loose your position. Then every time you try to leave, they give you a discount until you only have to pay $27 to join.
They are so desperate for your membership and especially your personal information even though they claim they are the ones helping you.
This is a big red flag because No credible program will beg you to join their program that much.

No trial membership

Computer experts online offer no a trial period, not even 1 day trial. You have to pay right away to become a member.
They say they have a 60 day iron clad money back guarantee which to me is not enough. I mean, who is going to hold them to their word if they decide not to return your money back?
If  their program is as good as they claim, then it won’t hurt to give members at least a 7 day trail period like many programs do.

During this trial time, people can browse through the program and see for themselves if it is worth joining.

Copy cat nature 

This program is the exact copy of about a dozen or more programs that are named similarly.
Some of those programs are, Computers made easy, computer geeks and computer technical guys .

 

The home pages of all these programs are exactly the same.
They all promise exactly the same thing and have exactly the same story of how everything changed in a day for them.
Some of these programs try to make it look like they are owned by a completely different person. The truth is they are probably owned by the same person who uses a variety of fake names.
Very weird indeed.

Fake news

Computer experts online like all the other programs similar to it use a lot of fake news.
When you get to the home page, you will see how they have displayed the logosof about 5 well known TV networks.
Among the networks listed are CNN, NBC, ABC, Fox news and USA today. They claim that they have been featured on all of these TV networks.
This they say accounts for their increase in popularity and why you should join their program immediately.
However, this claim is not true as after doing a thorough investigation, I couldn’t find any news about them on any of these networks.
I tried a variety of keywords related to Computer experts online and nothing came up.
Anyone who takes the claim to heart without investigating will think this program is legitimate.
The idea will be that, “if any of these TV networks has featured computer experts online, then they must be legit”.
You couldn’t be more wrong. Computers made simple uses these logos without permission.
Even if these networks were to complain about it, nothing will really happen because they can just change their name to yet another and keep doing the same thing.
The life span of these programs are very short and their real owners are never know.

Fake owners and testimonials

There are a lot of fake testimonials related to this program and other programs like it.
When I said there where about a dozen other programs exactly like this one except for the names and owners, I was not kidding.
While the names of the programs change form website to website, the testimonials remain the same for all these programs.
Now ask yourself, how can the same person claim exactly the same thing about a dozen programs?
Furthermore, how can different website that are supposedly owned by different people look exactly alike?
It is because first the said testimonial is lie and the person supposedly making it is not real and all these websites are clones.
The pictures that accompany these testimonials are stock photos. These stock photos are sold online to anyone who wants them.
So do not be surprised when you see a familiar photo on more that one website.
This brings me to the owners of this program. In this one the owner is supposed to be a beautiful blond/brunette named Karen Johnson.
This same blonde/brunette has about a dozen different names as you go from one program to the other. One of these names is Linda Taylor in the computer technical guys program.
Talk about identity issues (you will think these people will have the sense to change images as they build these multiple scam sites)!

Bottom line

I have seen dozens of these programs online promising people over night riches.
Most, if not all of these programs are scams and computers made simple is not different.
They do not offer any real value in my opinion.
If you must try it, make sure to use a gift card as you will be charged monthly fees for the membership if you do not cancel.
Even if you cancel, there is no guarantee that you won’t be fraudulently charged.
If you are looking for a work from home job, click here to read a post about the top 100 legitimate work from home jobs.
These jobs are like traditional jobs except that you can do them from home. If hired, you can start making money weekly, bi-weekly or monthly depending on the companies policies.
If you would rather work for yourself, you can build an online business from the ground up; then
There are many education platforms that will teach you how to do this. One of these programs is wealthy affiliate (also known as wealthy affiliate university).
You can join their program for free and learn the basics of online marketing.
Then when you are ready to go big, you can upgrade to premium membership and learn what the experts know.
Before you join, know that this is a business opportunity and not a job, so you won’t start making money over night.
It will take time to build your business and also take time to make money.
It took me three months to start making money with this website, but that’s because I already knew what I was doing.
It took me 6 months of hard work for my first website to start making money. So please be ready to work hard before you join wealthy affiliate.
Denise
I'm humbled and very happy you dropped by today. I am Denise, married mom of four adorable kids. I started this website with the goal of writing as many reviews as I can about several popular work at home programs. To help people looking for legitimate work from home programs find one. As a victim of online scam, I feel it very important to expose as many scams as I can in my reviews. I hope your visit today was rewarding. Come again soon. You and always leave me a message in the contact us box at the bottom of the page. Thanks for dropping by

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