Sunday, September 25, 2011

Home Wealth Solution Review | Scam | OMMSR

So we have all seen those, "Google pays me $XXX" an hour ads sitting on the side of of browsers, it seems to good to be true, right?

Well, Home Wealth Solution fits in to the "it's not worth it" category for me.

How the site is being marketed:
Firstly, advertisement of the site normally comes across as a fake news page promoting some lady who found a miracle on-line money making solution, a ploy which the FTC are trying to stop. However, this is just a reflection of the individual's marketing strategies, not the actually dynamics of the Home Wealth Solution system.

The landing page:
Upon first inspection, things didn't seem out of the ordinary with this page, but when I did another look, quite a few things popped out at me as being scammy.
The site offers an "Automated Money Making Site", these sites are normally just a whole bunch of articles with Google Adsense splashed all over the page.
Not only is the article content completely unoriginal, the claim that the site is automated is complete sham. Adsense relies on users clicking relevant ads that they are interested in, in order for this to happen, users actually have to visit the site! Hosting a large article base and expecting money to roll in will never come true. This Adsense goldmine article site has been rehashed over years and years.

The method of payment is through Google Adsense and the landing page shows a members earning account snapshot:
This is not the Adsense payment report page, at all. Not only is this completely irrelevant and misleading, but real Google Adsense reports can be faked very easily. (a site called Google Adsense Generator used to be active, but after research, it seems to be down)

I'd like to finish of with a quote from the bottom of the application page:
"Any claims made or examples given are believed to be accurate, however, should not be relied on in any way in making a decision whether or not to purchase. Any testimonials and examples used are exceptional results, don't apply to the average purchaser and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results"

In my opinion, this site is misleading and not worth your time.

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