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Need Money Scam: Capital Online Revenue

Sometimes these scams do a good job convincing would be buyers of their products through the use of reputable named companies, realistic sounding testimonials and possible earnings. Capital Online Revenue is not one of these. Rather, they use to many of the same old scam claims to rope in buyers.

Capital Online Revenue can be found through ads on your favorite websites. "Mom makes $5728 a month and beats recession!". The link takes visitors to a blog or website designed to look like an authoritative news story.

Again, the same characters and props are used to fool victims into falling for instant money with little work:

Jessica Meyer was on the ad I saw, and through a software trick, claimed to live in my hometown. There's picture of her with a little girl staring happily at a computer obviously relishing their new found wealth online. The problem is this is the same picture of a woman named Kelly Richards who was making money with New Life Profits last month!

Again, the vague "when people search, you can make money" claim. Somehow, when someone searches for something on Google or Facebook, there's money to be made, or so says Capital Online Revenue. In fact, billions are made annually through this "system" and buyer of COR will too. There's no indication in the ad how that works, though.

Then, there's the usual pictures. One is of a Google Adsense check (which has nothing to do with Capital Online Revenue). Then there is a screen shot of the Google Adsense panel with caption that this is the money someone is earning through Capital Online Revenue.

Then, there is the claims of how easy it is to make money with COR. Simply sign up, follow the program and start depositing checks in the bank. If you are out of work, this sounds too good to be true. It is.

But read the small print at the bottom. "This website is not an actual news site but an ad for Capital Online Revenue. Testimonials and photos are a depiction. Some buyers may make NO MONEY AT ALL."

Then there is the cost. The sign up form says $47.00 and comes with a 365 Day Money Back Guarantee. But here's a sample (the bold face) of what you get with your "kit" and some information about them.

How to make money with eBay guide - Type that into a search engine and find out how for free without buying Capital Online Revenue.

Basic Wordpress tutorials guide - Wordpress is a blogging platform. To effectively use it for internet marketing, you need to have a domain name (cost extra $) and a web hosting account (more extra $$).

Email Marketing guide
- email marketing requires you build an opt-in email list which requires you purchase email marketing software (generally about $20.00 additional a month), learn how to use it and get people to sign up. You can't spam.

How much you want to bet Capital Online Revenue conveniently gives buyers little links to purchase each of these needed components such as web hosting, internet domains and email marketing software? Again, it costs buyers more money and don't forget that little caveat - "SOME BUYERS WILL MAKE NO MONEY AT ALL".

Beware these types of make money at home kit. Use Google to search for terms like "making money with internet marketing" and learn how it works before buying anything. Consider building a free website on blogger or Squidoo and try marketing something yourself.

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