Is WorkAtHomeTheMagazine a Scam
First and formost i would like to let the reader know that WorkAtHomeTheMagazine.com is not a legit news website in case you did not notice this is nothing more than an ‘Advertorial’ which means that WorkAtHomeTheMagazine.com’s sole purpose is to recommend a product or service to you.
The product or service that Work At Home The Magazine recommends to you might be different depending on your location. Being that i am in the U.S the website that i was shown has a young lady who goes by the name ‘Melissa Johnson’ she tells a story of how she made all this money then i am recommended to go to a website called msicourse.com. When i get there i am greeted by a Robert Allen who is recommending that I sign up for one of his products.
Personally i am not a fan of Robert Allens products although they may have worked for other people i find his way of doing things online not to work for me. You can try his products if you want do not let me stop you. Just be sure that understand that if you try his products that you must be prepared to do it all the way. I say this based on his satisfaction guarantee which can be found at this page: https://www.msicourse.com/campaigns/rgahd/common/termsOrder.php?offer=rgahd
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Thx for this write up! I ran across this one a month ago and just before that I ran across one similar that had a geolocator so that the article said the person was successful in a certain city which would be the same city the viewer is visiting from and would give the impression that the “job” was likely to be successful in the same city.
Way too many people fall for this scam so I was happy I ran across your article
I can’t find any other ones though. It seems like this one isn’t like the one I almost fell for before. The one I almost fell for sent you fake checks to send over seas to “evaluate” the mail system (as a secret shopper) but it seems this one (as in your write up) has the only intention of taking your money outright without really sending you anything.
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