“Daily Consumer Tips”, “Career Path Journal”, “Job Report”, “World 13 News”, “Home Job Manual”, “News 8 Reports”, “Consumer News”, “News 1 Reports” “Need Extra Holiday Cash” fake ads: you’ve probably seen a picture of this “reporter” or someone like her on many ads and advertorials. The reporter could go by the name Amanda Winston or many others which are all probably fake names. I’m sick of seeing it and that is why I am warning you. What is an advertorial? It an advertisement that is made to look like a real news story and in my opinion, they should probably not be allowed. Basically, they are written to read and look like a newspaper or magazine story and fool the person reading it.
So, this “Mom Makes $72/HR Online” advertisement about an unemployed Mom makes $6,397/month or $7,487 a month working online is just like the Google jobs scam. It is not realistic pay like they say and it is all a fake story.
DON’T FALL FOR IT!
The ad knows your IP address so the Mom they showcase (Michelle Starr, Kim Swartz, Michelle Withrow, Alyssa Jensen, Patricia Feeney, Liz Reynolds, Stacy Trevors, Melissa N., Jessica Holcomb, Kelly Larson, April Keaton, Mary Stevens, Kimberly Clark, Jessica Meyers, Jamie Stevens, Susan Beckham, Holly Raiche, Kelly Richards, Melissa Johnson, Michelle Mathews, Marie Thompson, Katie Jenkins, Emily Stewart, Carrie Stewart, Ashley Jacobson, Emily Harris, Elizabeth Jackson, Kim Barnes, Susan Beckham, Holly Anderson, Katie Matthews, Karen Miller, Lissa M., Roger Thornhill, Michelle Taylor) is always from the city you are in. The whole news story is totally made up and the “reporter” is made up too. I mean, how many reporters look like that?
EVERY link on that news article will send you to the Automatic Profit System (or some other system) except the Facebook link that will trick you into you adding to the “like” number if you click on it and sign into Facebook. The comments are closed and fake and the picture of the Google check is a generic one that can be found all over the web.
The bottom line is that this is not a news story and is all FAKE to try to get you to Work at Home University, Fortune Education 365, Online Business Systems, Stay At Home Revenue, Freedom Agency Online, Clicks To Cash System, Internet Payday, New Online Incomes, Online Jobs Revealed System, Online Career Package, Lifetime Cash System, Home Cash Flow Solution, Home Revenue System, Home Jobs Revealed, Profit System Online, Fast Income Pro, eHome Profit Kit, Home Income Profit Kit, Internet Job Locator, Online Trade Trading, Automatic Profit System, At Home Money Solution, Home Jobs Online, eHome Profit Kit, Home Wealth Solution, Platinum Online Revenue, Home Income Profits, Digital Wave Profit Formula, BankCard Profit System, Six Figure Program, Home Income System, Paid Surveys and More, Capital Online Revenue, Autopilot Home Profits, eHome Profit System, eHome Profit Solutions, New Life Profits, Online Revenue Solution, Robert Allen Multiple Streams of Income, or whatever “system” they are selling. Once you are there you will hear that there are only 17 spots left and you better hurry. Follow that with some of the most outrageous claims about pushing a few buttons, working an hour a week, legally printing money and Jerry Parker, David Palmer, Brian Bailey, or Paul Johnson being America’s top work at home consultant. It’s all bullshit (sorry for the profanity but it is).
Now, I cannot say that any of the “systems” themselves are scams as I have not tried any of them but I can say that I have heard this sales pitch before and it is silly. If you do your research online you will read about hundreds of complaints about these systems. Please be smart and understand that you are being taken to this “system” by a fake news story that is NOT REAL. And if the advertisement that gets you to the “system” is fake, what does that tell you about the product they want you to buy? I’d stay as far away as possible!
Update 1/5/2011 – Like several other websites that have exposed these fake newspaper ads, I have gotten an email from a lawyer that says he represents Automatic Profit System. He demands I take this post down because it hurts his client’s business. If you look up Automatic Profit System in Google you will find lots of articles similar to what I wrote here with many unhappy comments and complaints. It looks like this lawyer has threatened several other bloggers as well.
Finally please go here to the BBB (<—click here) and you will see that Automatic Profit System gets a “D-” from them!