this is a quick post about this is fake news website called the TheConsumerHerald.com for anyone reading this keep in mind that TheConsumerHerald.com is nothing more than an “Advertorial” meaning it’s sole purpose to get you to buy something or sign up for something using it’s (TheConsumerHerald.com) recommendation.
More about Fake News Website Advertorials
The youtube video shown on this website is used to give you the consumer the illusion that this fake news website advertorial is a legit news website which it is not. The testimonials are probably real but who they are coming from is a different story. If you type in ‘buy testimonials’ in any major search engine you will see that there are quite a few companies in which you can use to buy testimonials so even though TheConsumerHerald.com says that all their testimonials are verified there’s no way of telling from whom or from where.
I only say this so that you as the consumer can proceed with caution before getting involved with this fake news website advertorial. At present this fake news website advertorial is recommending people sign up for a penny auction site called Quibids.com i’ve also written a post about Quibids and also penny auctions in general. If you would like to read about that click the link below.
1 thought on “TheConsumerHerald Scam”
This company hacked my email account in the early hours of this morning BST). I only know this because my inbox was full of delivery failure messages. Does the company have a postal address so that I can send them my bill for providing them with email services and pursue the debt through the courts if they don’t pay?
Comments are closed.