Is Financial Health Reset a Scam?


is financial health reset a scam

Financial Health Reset is a sham. Everything about Financial Health Reset is fake. It is a masterpiece of deception that leads to a scam that will cost you at least $97 and untold heartache. Follow me as I expose the Devil in the details.

Product Name: Financial Healthy Reset
Product Website: financialhealthreset.co
Product Cost: $97 +
Product Owner: Cannot be determined
Opinion: Not Recommended.

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Is Financial Health Reset a Scam?

To fully understand how dangerous Financial Health Reset is, you must be prepared to trace a meandering route through an intermediary website to the final site where the scam is found.

Clearly, most of the Financial Health Reset websites are affiliate sites. Each one feeds you into the Financial Health Reset sales funnel that ultimately leads to the scam.

If you just follow the links from Financial Health Reset, you may not notice you are being taken to a secondary site to a final third site. Stick with me, and you’ll discover the scam.

The deception begins with endless variations of the Financial Health Reset website. At least one of the Financial Health Reset websites is designed to look like a news website for News5. However, look closely in the top right corner, and you’ll see, in small text, that the site is Advertorial. In other words, the whole darn thing is an advertisement.

The videos on these websites appear to be spliced from actual news footage to make it look like ABC and other reputable news agencies are endorsing Financial Health Reset. They’re not!

Is Financial Health Reset a Scam
One of many websites I found promoting Financial Health Reset (financialhealthreset.co)

Some of the Financial Health Reset websites look like the site below or a variation of it.

is financial health reset a scam, example of Financial Health Reset

Financial Health Reset is NOT endorsed by USA Today!

If you click the links on any of the Financial Health Reset websites, you will be taken to a fake news site designed to look like USA Today. This one has the audacity to post an image of President Trump with Elon Musk. The caption states that Elon Musk has the answer to the country’s economic problems and it’s the “Total Income Answer.”is financial health reset a scam

This same site also has a photo of Elon Musk, Richard Brannon, and Kathleen. The image looks photo-shopped to me. The name Kathleen is hyperlinked, and if you click on it, you are taken to the “Total Income Answer.”

is financial health reset a scam

Financial Health Reset leads to Total Income Answer!

In fact, all the links in all of the Financial Health Reset websites lead to one place; Total Income Answer.

Financial Health Reset is a bridge site or a pass-through site. There is no there, there. All Financial Health Reset roads lead to the Total Income Answer.

The purpose of every Financial Health Reset website is to trick you into thinking Total Income Answer is legitimate and that it is backed by reputable news organizations, politicians, and celebrities. It’s not!

Nothing about Financial Health Reset or Total Income Answer is legitimate. It’s all fake!

Total Income Answer leads to Ultimate Income Solution!

Financial Health Reset leads to Total Income Answer, and Total Income Answer leads to Ultimate Income Solution.

Ultimate Income Solution is an old scam that has been around for ages. Because it has such a horrible reputation as a scam, Ultimate Income Solution must hide behind fake websites and names. Ultimate Income Solution is a shapeshifter and changes constantly, so their scheme may look different by the time you read this.

If you buy into the Ultimate Income Solution scam, you will lose at least $97 and risk having your identity stolen.

is financial health reset a scam

The Scam!

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Ultimate Income Solution sells an eBook for $97. The eBook is junk. It teaches link posting as a method to make money online. Link posting has been outdated for years. It doesn’t work.

But the scam is worse than losing $97. That’s just the beginning. Ultimate Income Solution will try to sell you a lot more stuff and get a lot more money out of you.

Ultimate Income Solution requires your phone number. Why do they need your phone number just to sell you an overpriced junk eBook? They don’t. And, please, never give your phone number out over the internet.

They WANT your phone number so their telemarketers can sell you more overpriced and dangerous make money online junk. And, if you don’t buy any of their stuff, they will sell your phone number on the internet.

At this point, you head might be spinning, so let’s rehash:

Financial Health Reset leads to Total Income Answer, which leads to Ultimate Income Solution 

If you stumbled onto Financial Health Reset in hopes of making money online, I’m sorry to say; you will not make money with Financial Healthy Reset, Total Income Answer or Ultimate Income Solution.

Every promise on these websites is a lie.

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23 thoughts on “Is Financial Health Reset a Scam?

  1. Thank you so much for the information Gary. I was wondering about “ghosting” and if it’s actually done. I can see now through your article which gives an in depth look at Financial Health Reset that it definitely is done, not just once but twice. Can this also be done by going to the pay pal page at check out where you’re looking at pay pals privacy policy and not the scam?

    1. Hi, Deborah!

      Financial Health Reset is just one website from a group of scammers based in Utah. They hide behind layers of websites and also layers of misleading corporations. Because they have so many corporate identities, I’m not sure what to call them. They have been investigated by the FTC and forced to use more reasonable earning disclaimers. However, their disclaimers are still misleading and the scam has not changed.

      I can’t comment on PayPal’s practices.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  2. Thanks Gary for the heads up of this BS. Your review makes it very clear that they are just trying to scam people out there. If they are legit why do they photoshop the images?

    I’m sure there are legit programs that make money online but definitely not financial health reset.

    Making money online is real but it takes time and tons of patient in order to succeed getting results.

    1. Hi, Maxx!

      Thanks for pointing out that it take sustained effort and patience to make money online. Unlike Financial Health Reset that promises so much but delivers nothing but heartache.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  3. I was pretty amazed at all the pages you had to crawl through to get to the actual offer! I’ve seen this ad before and clicked on it once. I found it so confusing that I abandoned it altogether. I did see where they wanted my phone number. I had a hunch that there would be, at the very least, followup phone calls. I’m so glad you exposed this. I think this scam is marketed under many different names. You really have to be so careful with these things. I knew that a guy like Richard Branson wouldn’t be part of a scam like this. I wonder if he knows his picture is being used this way? Thanks for the heads up about this. Definitely steering clear of this one! Alanna

  4. This was incredably professional,and can see you take scams very seriously.I enjoyed coming to this page thru WA-and really wish someone would do something on auto correct!LOL:) I noticed too-that you made your own video,very nice touch:) People should be aware of the manipulating ways of scammers,and also knowing first hand how aweful that feels-especially with so many on the net:)

    1. Hi, Rene!

      Thank you for your kind words regarding ScamAvenger.com. I love what I do. It’s my mission to warn as many people as possible about the dangers of scams. Some of the worse destroy lives and relationships.

      Financial Health Reset is a garden variety online scam, but it can still be costly, stressful and humiliating. It hurts to lose money to even the smallest scam.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  5. I’ve came across Mobe before and thought it too good to be true so on that gut instinct I pressed that litle X in the corner!!
    These people are worse than loan sharks in my opinion as they are offering the individual hope know full well they are taking thier life savings or hard earned money

    To even disguise i under a different name Money Academy is disgraceful

    Well Done for exposing online scammers!

    1. Hi!

      Financial Health Reset and Money Academy are nothing but cover and concealment for MOBE, one of the largest scams on the internet. You are so right when you mentioned these people are worse than loan sharks. I don’t know why they have not been shut down.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  6. I so want to thank you for you exposing these sites as scams, when so many are desperate for a way out of their bleak financial situations. Many are deceived by this and similar scams.

    My appreciation for you looking out for others. I have been a Wealthy Affiliate member for a while now, and am seeing that the support of this large community of folks, all doing the similar things, is so very valuable, that I plan to remain a member while I seek my goals with internet marketing.

    I wish you the best!

  7. Oh, this is such a deceptive program. Thanks for alerting us again. I can not understand how people can waste their talents for creating such scams when surely they can do it legitimately. Thanks for suggesting legitimate alternatives to making money online. I’m wondering what is the costs of joining what you are recommending? Is it worth it and how do you know it is a legitimate program?

    1. Hi, HT!

      I often wonder why people invest so much of themselves in scams too. I think they are psychologically different than the rest of us. The might be sociopaths.

      You asked about the community of internet marketers I recommend as a place to learn how to make money online legitimately. It’s free to join so there’s no risk. You don’t even need a credit card. Just open a free account and get started.

      There’s a paid membership level too, but you’re not obligated to upgrade. Join for free, in time you’ll know if the paid membership level is right for you.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  8. Hi Gary,
    I’ll have to remember to avoid anything associated with those three names…Financial Health Reset, Total Income Answer, and Ultimate Income Solution.

    It seems I’ve come across them before or something very similar quite a few years ago. Anyways, this sounds very familiar when you mentioned them using websites that look like it was an actual news site endorsing them.

    Although I can’t remember any more what it was called, it almost had me falling for it by using what I thought was an endorsement by ABC and CBS. But, somehow something seemed off and I didn’t want to go any further when I finally got to finding out the price.

    Plus, by then I was quite irritated after listening to a video that really told me nothing much when I thought about it…and, I like to know what exactly I’m paying for.

    Plus, I believe they wanted a phone number too, which put me off as well. I already get more than enough calls!

    I also had the delight of coming across so many of the “I lost my job a year ago, but now I make a six-figure income with this simple program” sort of thing, and those were also supposed “moms” working from home.

    It all sounded too good to be true at any rate. Hopefully, people will think before giving money away to these outright scams and take the time to do some research on them first.

    I definitely agree with you on that…the hardest part of making money online is getting through all the scams and utter junk out there!

    Thanks for sharing what you’ve learned…I’m definitely staying far away from these!

    1. Hi, Sherry!

      The scammer behind Financial Health Reset has dozens of these nonsensical websites. Every month, they dream up new ones, but they all lead to the same scam.

      After eight years as an internet marketer and two years investigating online scams, I’m convinced that 99% of the make money online offers are scams. The few good ones don’t ask for anything up front but offer a free trial.

      It’s safe to assume that everything online is a scam until they prove otherwise. If a business does not go above and beyond to prove it is legitimate, it’s a scam.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  9. Hey there Gary!

    I love your approach to this article with the video first, and the usage of multiple images. For people like me who read over their lunch breaks, we like to get straight to the point 🙂 Thanks for taking the time to review Financial Health Reset. You provided excellent points and exposed it for what it is, you didnt make it gimmicky, but very thorough. I appreciate the effort to keep bad products away from the community!!

    Thanks!
    Cody

    1. Hi, Cody!

      I’m glad you like my layout. It’s fun to make these videos. I wish I was as young and thin as my cartoon alter ego.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  10. Thanks for warning us against this type of nonsense. Any time I see any type of news endorsements, my bs senses are already heightened since so many shady work at home scams use the same tactics. So hopefully you’ve helped others avoid this garbage. I totally agree with your recommendation. I’ve been a member for many years and it’s helped me build a real business. It takes time and patience but it works.

    1. Hi, Eddy!

      It’s great to see you again. I agree, the scammers are not very creative and typically use the same childish tactics. News network icons are a dead give away. The people behind Financial Health Reset have a very wide sales funnel that includes dozens of websites that are very similar to Financial Health Reset.

      I’ve been a member of Wealthy Affiliate for a little more than two years and it has literally saved my life.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  11. Gary,
    I immediately had a question to ask when I heard the name Elon Musk having to do with yet another scam on the Internet.

    Who the heck is this person? Also noted on the site’s home page is the well-used fraud which showed a woman named “Theresa Andrews” down on her luck, jobless, and with little education but somehow through this opportunity offered by Financial Health Reset suddenly she no longer has to worry about money ever again for the rest of her life. Been there, done that yet some fool would probably fall for this scam based on “Theresa Andrews” alone believing that it could also happen for him/her.

    In this time period in the U.S. with so many people worried about their future in having money to live on, the fact that such a scam as this opportunity posted on yet another great review seen on your website is absolutely criminal.

    You also addressed the fact that the entire home site of this fraud opportunity is nothing but an advertisement for two parent site that it is affiliated with as you pointed out.

    Investing the $97+ for this scam, which leads to another scam, which leads to another scam would represent a person being insane to fall for such garbage.

    Thank you for pointing it out because otherwise, a person seeing this opportunity would believe that he/she would become the next “Theresa Andrews” who I know does not exist!

    Jeff

    1. Hi, Jeff!

      Elon Musk is the founder of PayPal and SpaceX. He’s in the news a lot and often trending. Musk has nothing to do with the Financial Healthy Reset scam. The scammer is merely using Musk’s name and likeness to capture traffic and reputation.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  12. Gary,
    Thanks for the heads up on these three connected scam websites: Financial Health Reset, Total Income Answer and Ultimate Income Solution. I agree with you 100% in your assessment that looking for reputable online business support requires due diligence before a decision is made. Your relentless efforts with Scam Avenger to highlight these scams and others on your website are very commendable.
    More importantly, getting through the maze of online business offers is very tedious. I have also looked into your recommendation for Wealth Affiliate and agree it is a solid business offer, NO scam here. One of their strong points is the exceptional support their members have to offer.
    Respectfully,
    Dave

    1. Hi, Dave!

      Financial Health Reset is just the latest misleading veneer to the old Ultimate Income Solution trap. I’ve seen so many scams in the past two years of investigation that it’s safe to assume 99% of the offers online are bogus and dangerous.

      I agree Wealthy Affiliate is the real deal. It’s the only place I recommend to learn how to make money online the right way.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

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