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Need Money Scam: Home Based Business

The ads are everywhere for the Home Based Business. It is a product which promotes ways to make money online and claims it is different than all other online money making plans. However, the Terms for the sale of the Home Based Business neglect to let buyers know the hidden charges. Read on..

The Home Based Business ads are recylcling the same ad pages used for Blackbelt Profits and the Home Income System. Fake news sites with even faker people claiming they make $5000-7000.00 a month at home online. You have probably seen these ads on your favorite websites.

The next time you find one of these ads, scroll all the way down to the bottom and learn the real charges and truth about the Home Based Business..

First up, the media endorsements are all fake..

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And, the people like Kelly Richards and Marie Thompson featured in the ads are also fake..


And look what's hidden a few lines below. The hidden cost of the Home Based Business..

Due to the cost of production of these valuable materials, if the package is not returned within these guidelines you are agreeing to being billed a one-time charge of $39.95 USD.

Now, if readers were to click on any of the numerous links for the Home Based Business, they will be taken to a sign up page which feartures several testimonials from other buyers. Buyers like Karrie who claims she makes over $2700.00 with the Internet Wealth Starter Kit (must be the old name for the Home Based Business).

However, on the following page, Karrie is shown with a check made out to here for over $90,000.00 from a company with Herbal in the name. You would think that would be a more powerful testimonial for the sales page than a measely $2700.00, wouldn't you?

Further, no where on the sign page is there any indication what buyers are actually getting other than "a personal coach" and some "online success strategies". That and the promise of "checks rolling in".

Finally, the big red flag; The $39.95 charge warning is nowhere on the sign up page for prospective buyers. Only the $9.95 FedEx charge.

Look, if it is too good to be true, it probably is. Read that fine print carefully before buying anything online and watch out for those hidden charges.

This site does not sell the products in question here. If you purchased this product and would like a refund or have questions about the product, please return to the website you purchased the product from and read the Terms of Service for company contact information. Need Money Blog does not sell this product and has no affiliation with the company but is an informational site only.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your efforts watch-dogging these schemes. I did read the fine print, which is no longer with the ad, but in a Terms & Conditions pop-up. They are now disclosing that this is a Herbalife distributorship, which is basically a network marketing scheme that very carefully tiptoes around the laws against pyramid schemes. If this is the type of thing you want to do, then Amway might be a better choice.

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