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Need Money Scam: The "Home Income Kit"

The Home Income Kit is advertising on popular websites right now. Here is what the ad links state -

"Mom makes $6397 a month online. Read here story now"

This is the same type of ad used by scam products in the past like Google Fortune, Google Gem, Home Profit Income, etc.

The link takes visitors to another website that is designed to look like a "news website" - in this case the site is called both "News 7 Daily" and the "Los Angeles Gazette". This same strategy is used by past "Google post links scams".

The ad page is full of pictures of people holding checks from Google AdSense. We learn later, this product has nothing to do with Google AdSense.

The ad page uses the same trick to appear that the subject is from each visitor's home town. Another trick used by scam advertisers.

Ad uses the fake person "Kelly Richards", and pictures of "Richards" as used in older scam products.

The ad makes this claim from "Richards" -

"I post links that are given to me, I don't even have to sell anything and nobody has to buy anything. They are constantly recruiting people to post links, you should try it." 

This is the same false statement made by Google Fortune, Google Gem, Google Money Tree and others which are not true. Nobody pays anyone to "post links". What's more is this product advertised, "The Home Income Kit" has nothing to do with posting links.

Another picture on the ad features a screen shot of Google AdSense. "The Home Income Kit" has nothing to do with Google AdSense.

The ad makes two more statements -

Then you will be given website links to post. Start posting those links. Everything is tracked.


(Making money has never been so easy. Get ready for your life to change.)

At the bottom of the page, is a small link for terms and conditions and it features a link to the known scam product, "Home Income Profit System". I don't think the advertiser meant for that to happen.

The ad has numerous links to a sign up page. Visitors are taken to a website for OnlineBusiness Systems.

The sign up form says in small print at the bottom that OnlineBusiness Systems is signing up persons for an independent Herbalife distributorship.

If this is for HL, why is "The Home Income Kit" featuring the AdSense checks in their ad?  Or the claims of making money posting links? That "Making Money has never been so easy"? The fake news site ad used by past scam products? The same advertising template using the same fake testimonials and same people like Kelly Richards? And that this is no pricing information disclosed unless someone signs up?

Here's the deal. If you have a business opportunity to advertise, and you believe your product and company are legitimate, than use a different advertising plan than those used by known scam products in the past. It's not hard and it makes your product sound legitimate rather than appear to be a scam. 

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