These fake news websites don’t seem to be going anywhere, it seems everyday a new fake news website pops up trying to scam people out of their money. Conveniently their comments section is closed due to spam this is usually the first sign that a website is a scam.
Some of these fake news websites put advertorial at the top of their page this one “Consumer Tribune” has chosen not to well from my end it has. The program ConsumerTribune.com is trying to get you to sign up for is a Work At Home Kit being hosted by Jennifer Anderson called Web Profit Club. I could easily just tell you that Web profit club is a scam but i wouldn’t be teaching you anything so instead i am going to educate you on what to do so in the evnt you run into another program similar to this one you will know exactly what to do.
The idea behind this scam is to make everything seem cheap so that you will sign up without even thinking twice the. So they tel the customer you can try it $1.97. The important part is that they captured your credit card information and this is where they catch so many people. Before using your credit card to purchase anything especially something like this online it’s a good idea to read the terms and conditions. which in at web profit club is found at the bottom of the page. When you click that link it states the following
2. SUBSCRIPTION PERIOD AND BILLING
2.2 You authorize Web Profit Club LLC to initiate debit/credit entries to your bank deposit account or credit card as indicated upon sign-up and enrollment. This authority is to remain in full force and effect until You cancel Your subscription.
Final thoughts on ConsumerTribune
Now there’s more to the terms and conditions than that but i thought you should know and under stand why people don’t join these fake websites. If you want to make money online consider visiting the work from home page. In one year it’s helped thousands create wealth from the comfort of their homes.
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