In this review, I will explain why I think Robin Moore’s work at home program is a scam. I will also inform you about and alternative way to make money online. So please read to the end. Thanks
I was so close to becoming a victim of a work at home scam about three years ago. This program was called the Bobbie Robinson work at home program.
That faithful morning, I had just found out that I was pregnant with baby #4. I felt defeated because I was working so hard to provide for my family and was barely spending time with the kids.
I was tired of missing out on major milestones of the kids so I decided to find a way to work from home. They say google is your friend so I thought I should go Google for work at home jobs and see what I can find.
At the very top of the page as usual was an ad about the work at home program. It was my first time looking for this type of job. So, I was excited when I was told I could start making money online in just days. I was told it was only going to cost me a token to get the work kit with all the secret to succeed online.
I was over joyed and ready to pay. Coincidentally, my very good friend called checking to see how I was doing. I told her my discovery and unlike me she was not sold.
She advised me to find reviews on this program to make sure they were legit before joining. That is the smartest thing anyone ever told me to do. I learned a lot from reviews and realized I was about to fall for a scam.
Fast forward three years now, I have made it my mission to find these scams and expose them to unsuspecting people online.
Do not be fooled. The Robin Moore work at home program is the same as the Kelly Simmons work at home program which are both the same as the work at home institute. All these three programs are probably run by the same person and they are all scams.
These three programs are also similar to the Bobbie Robinson work at home program (the one I almost fell prey to about three years ago).
Anyway, the first thing you notice when you go to Robin Moore’s work at program website is the display of the logo of top Tv channels like NBC, CNN, ABC and Fox news. This feature is the same with all the versions of this website I have mentioned above.
Funny thing is, in some instances, they don’t bother to display the name of their website on the home page. So my question is, why go through so much trouble to display tv channels and not bother to display your own name on your home page.
Think about it, when you go to the website of say Amazon or Wal-Mart for example, how often do you see them display logos of other websites more than theirs.
This practice of using the logos of popular tv networks is very popular among scammers. The idea is to make you let your guard down so they can brain wash you into paying for their scam.
Many people see CNN’s logo for example and think, if this is backed by CNN, I have no reason to be worried. Wrong, you should worry a lot because those logos are used without permission.
Another red flag is the use of urgency to make you commit without thinking. The first thing they do is to let you know that their program has received a lot of attention lately and spots are limited as a result of that. To secure your position, you need to hurry and register.
Well, go back to this site tomorrow and it will be the same story and a month from now, the story will stay the same.
Another interesting red flag is their persistent attitude. Try leaving the page and they will stop you with a pop up. They will encourage you to stay because they have a discount for you. Then they will tell you congratulations, they have found three positions in you area.
This pop ups come three or four times and every time they offer a discount and give you limited time to sign up. They make it clear that you will loose your discount if you don’t react soon.
I have seen this kind of scam so many times that I can spot them with one eye close. I can definitely tell you that this one smells very fishy.
What kind of scam is the Robin Moore work at home program?
This scam is the oldest in the books. It is a link posting scam. This is the practice where scammers spam legitimate sites with thousands of links in the hope that someone will click on them.
They need people to help them post these links so that’s where you come in. They teach you to post links that take people back to their website so they can be scammed out of their hard earned money.
Many people go online looking for work at home programs when they desperately need money. These scammers know this so they use emotional tactics to get you. You can’t make money over night. Except of course you win the lottery.
The elaborate story about companies like Amazon paying you to post links is not completely a lie. Amazon and other businesses like it will pay you a commission for referring people to their site but they will only recruit you if you have an active website of your own.
They perform rigorous checks to make sure your site is legit. If they suspect any fowl play, they won’t accept your application.
If you are interested in learning the legitimate ways to make money from home, then Robin Moore work at home program is not the place for you. It is going to be a waste of your time and money.
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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.
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