Is Total Income Answer a Scam?


is total income answer a scam

Total Income Answer makes a lot of promises and, on some websites, pretends to be endorsed by Mark Cuban, Elon Musk, and Richard Branson. But, is Total Income Answer a scam? My investigation reveals a twisted story.

Product Name: Total Income Answer
Product Website: totalincomeanswer.com
Product Cost: $97, plus countless expensive upsells
Product Owner: Cannot be determined
Opinion: Not Recommended

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Is Total Income Answer a Scam?

There are at least two different initial websites leading to the Total Income Answer sales funnel. One is a website with a Total Income Answer header; the other is a site that looks like a page from Forbes magazine. It’s not. It’s nothing more than a cleverly designed deception. This same scam is behind the websites Home Profit System and Total Income Investors.

is total income answer a scam

There are probably other variations of the Total Income Answer website out there too and they all lead to one place, the Total Income Answer order page. Don’t fall for it!

The media icons on the page mean nothing. The apparent endorsement by Mark Cuban is NOT an endorsement. It is highly unlikely that Mark Cuban knows his name and likeness is being used to promote a scam.

Every clickable link on the Total Income Answer website leads to only one place, another Total Income Answer website that asks for your name, email and PHONE NUMBER!

Why do they want your phone number? So, their telemarketers can pressure you to buy one overpriced, worthless junk work from home product after another until you are either broke or wise up.

When they can’t squeeze another dime out of you, they will sell your phone number to another telemarketing group, and the cycle will start over. Nothing good will come of getting involved with Total Income Answer.

A New Name to an Old Scam.

Total Income Answer is a new name for an old scam. This old scam has used a lot of names and websites in the past, but they all come back to the same source, Ultimate Income Solution.

When you visit the second Total Income Answer website, look in the URL field at the top of the page, and you’ll see Ultimate Income Solution domain.

Regardless of the latest name they are hiding behind, the Ultimate Income Solution will try to sell you a worthless eBook for $97. They claim the eBook holds the secrets to working from home and making money online. It doesn’t.

is total income answer a scam

The eBook is nothing more than a very outdated system of posting links online. This method does not work, and you will not make money with it.

The Total Income Answer Scam.

Unfortunately, the eBook is just the beginning. If you buy the eBook, you will be hounded by telemarketers pressuring you to buy another crappy work from home product that is even more expensive. It won’t work either, but once you buy it, you will be pressured to buy yet another, more expensive work from home product. It never ends, and you never make money with their methods either.

In spite of all the fake media endorsements, photo-shopped pictures, and spliced together video, Total Income Answer is not about helping you make money working from home. Total Income Answer is focused on one thing, and one thing only, robbing you blind!

Nothing Total Income Answer sells you will help you make money.

All the glitz and false promises are designed to get you excited and convince you that you can work from home and make lots of money with Total Income Answer. They are selling you a dream, and once you buy this dream, the hook is set. They will bleed you for every penny until you either go broke or wake up.

Read the Total Income Answer Disclaimer.

Read the Total Income Answer disclaimer, and you will see in the first paragraph you are not guaranteed to make money and that the examples given on their web page are not typical.

You will not make money with Total Income Answer. You will only spend money and possibly have your identity stolen.

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21 thoughts on “Is Total Income Answer a Scam?

  1. Oh man thanks Gary, I cant count how many times I have come to your website and been saved hundreds if not thousands of dollars just by cross referencing with your honest reviews. I mean the writing is on the wall for “Total Income Answer” now, once its on scam avenger, you know your gonna get the true story of the “opportunity” in question.

    Oh what a surprise an e-book with a load of empty rehashed ideas in it, that leads to loads of random telemarketers pushing me to buy more “home business products” that lead no where. Like you say these things just will keep people on an endless roller coaster and some naive people out there have probably lost a huge amount of money on this crap.

    Well if they had been smart and bookmarked this site before signing up to anything they would have saved themselves ALOT of pain.

    Thanks again buddy, keep up the amazing work!

    1. Hi, Marley!

      Thanks for letting me know ScamAvenger has helped. That’s what I live for.

      All the best,

      Gary

  2. Elon Musk? Richard Brandon!? Come on people! Surely people don’t fall for that sorry of thing? It’s terrible – I didn’t need to read post your first paragraph before I knew this is something I wouldn’t touch with a barge pole.

    Also, Ultimate Income Solution.. Total Income Answer… If they’re going to reincarnate the same old scam, why not get a bit more imaginative with the name? Sigh

    Joe

    1. Hi, Joe!

      It’s amazing isn’t it? The scammers behind the Total Income Answer have retreaded their scheme so many times it makes my head spin. I can only imagine it’s profitable for them, at least until word gets out, then they throw up another website with stolen icons and celebrity pictures and fleece a new crowd.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  3. Very interesting. I myself have not heard of Total Income Answer. Thanks for investigating them and warning everyone!
    I have fallen for so many scams like this in the past. I hate scams and especially those who prey on newbies and those that want to truly learn how to make money on the internet.
    I can pretty much spot them quickly now. Thanks for warning people.

  4. Hi Gary!

    I’ve lately seen some scams like this one online using famous actors or sports players to attract people.

    Men, it’s like their running out of ideas or what?

    I didn’t know this one, but as you pointed out there are red flags all over it.

    Thanks for the reminder of not giving the phone number on the Internet just like that, it can turn your life into a nightmare of unceasant scam calls.

    Great review! Thank you!

    1. Hi, Israel!

      I’ve seen some scammers using celebrities too. The ones I’ve seen look like the images are taken out of context. I doubt the celebrity knows they are being used to market a scam. Most of what I’ve seen are images and video captured from legitimate news outlets.

      The bottom line is to always read the disclaimer. If there is no disclaimer or the disclaimer is confusing, it’s a scam.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  5. Hello

    It amazes me how these people get away with it.

    I was unaware of Total Income Answer but will know to steer clear of it now.

    It’s sad that people still fall for these scams when you can earn whilst learning for free with Wealthy Affiliate.

    Thank you for your review and hopefully it will stop someone losing money on a worthless product.

    Jackie

    1. Hi, Jackie!

      I’ve been investigating online scams for a little over two years. It seems to me that it is getting more difficult for the scammers.

      The scammer behind Total Income Answer is changing websites more frequently now and also adding more layers of websites to hide behind. They are also changing their earning disclaimers and softening the promises of making money. This makes me think they are getting pressured by the FTC. I hope so.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  6. Hi Gary,
    Thank you for exposing these scams on the Internet. I hope you did not have all this personally to get through to write a review. Unfortunately, the scam is all over, so I was glad when people like you caption these posts. I just hope that people will look for the Internet experience of others, before falling into another deception.

    1. Hi, JelenaBB!

      I didn’t actually get scammed by the Total Income Answer Scam. Although, I’ve had my share. My interest in scams stems from my experience as a copywriter. I’m fascinated with persuasive writing and the line between selling with integrity and selling through manipulation. When I spot a scam it’s because I recognize the manipulation.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  7. This review is a real eye opener, it’s so difficult to sift through all the scams online these days.

    I can’t tell you how many times I’ve fallen victim to a so called “internet guru” and claims of easy money. There is no such thing.

    This will certainly help people looking for a way to start an online business make an informed decision and steer clear of scams.

    1. Hi, Andrew!

      There are so many scams online and so few legitimate offers that the odds are very high any offer is a scam. I can only hope that as the internet matures we all learn to recognize scams from a safe distance.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  8. With all due respect, how do we know your affiliate program and the willingness to teach us to “really ” make money on line isn’t a scam itself ?

    1. Hi, Danielle!

      Great question. Ultimately, you will have to prove it to yourself.

      Keep in mind that a scam like Total Income Answer will try to make you feel greedy with promises of making lots of fast, easy money. And they want to squeeze as much money out of you in the beginning as they can before you realize it’s a scam. Scams are usually crazy expensive too.

      The big difference between our community and scams like Total Income Answer is our community is free to join. We don’t ask anything from you. You don’t need a credit card and you don’t have to give us personal information other than your name and email address so you can open an account. We give you two free websites with free hosting, plus free training and support.

      While I like to remind people that the internet is the greatest opportunity most of us will have to be financially independent, my friends and I will never promise you fast, easy money. Making money online is a lot easier than dragging yourself to a dead-end job each morning, but it’s not as easy or as fast as the scams would want you to believe.

      Join us for free and see for yourself if we’re right for you. If you like our community and see how we can help you build a profitable online business, and you are ready to do the work, you might consider upgrading to the paid membership, but there is no pressure to do so. You’ll be surprised how affordable it is.

      In a nutshell, you can check us out for free without risking a dime.

      I’m here for you,
      Gary

  9. Hi Gary,

    I am totally perplexed as why these guys keep churning out scam after scam when making and earning a sustainable income online is easy – especially with the right training and guidance!.

    My best bet is that guys like these are afraid of a bit of hard work!

    Kudos for warning about tha scam!

    1. Hi, Derek!

      I have often wondered the same thing. Why would someone build a scam like Total Income Answer and constantly fight the head wind of getting shut down and prosecuted, when for much less work and worry they could build a legitimate business?

      I think they are psychopaths and a psychopath is going to do what a psychopath does.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  10. Hi Gary!

    Thanks for the article.

    At somehow ended it here in my mail inbox last week. True, not directly but via a blog that I can not quite remember that I follow.

    But the short version is that the sales link which was on the website led me to TIA as I call it here.

    I searched for it in the search, and I found several sites where it was praised as the magic formula.

    But I also found your site among them. I would like to create an online income but don’t want to be scammed.

    So my question is there a program that is not only out to cheat.

    Or should I learn it from scratch using Google? Hope you can help

    Steen

    1. Hi, Steen!

      I appreciate your comment. Total Income Answer is very deceiving. I’m glad you didn’t fall for it as it would only be a waste of money. I’ve been investigating online scams for over two years. During this time, I’ve only found one place I would recommend you learn how to build a real, honest to goodness internet business.

      You mentioned learning through Google. This would be a huge waste of time. The free information you will find is probably outdated or crafted to sell you something or lure you into a scam. The internet is evolving by the minute and the search engines are constantly changing too. Trying to learn internet marketing piecemeal would be discouraging. I don’t recommend it.

      You will need more than an eBook and a website to profit online. You will need the most current information of what works and what are the best practices to earn search engine trust. You’ll need the most secure website and hosting available so the hackers don’t corrupt your site. You’ll need support too, not just technical support, but warm-fuzzy cheer-leading support too.

      You’ll get everything you need in Wealthy Affiliate. I’ve been a member for over two years. If you join us through this link: JoinWAnow.com I’ll be in touch within the hour and will be happy to help you every step of the way.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  11. Thank you for giving a detailed and thorough review of this scam business. Indeed, a new name to an old scam. We should be very careful in joining work-from-home business, and this article should enlighten a lot of those intending to go into “easy money” jobs or business. Close to say,” if it is too good to be true, chances are, it is not true”.

    1. Hi, Jei!

      Total Income Answer has been around in some form since I started online 8 years ago. Apparently, the scammer never changes his “product” and it’s as old as the hills. All he changes is the deception. It seems he runs with stealing credibility from celebrities and news organizations until he gets caught, then he just puts a new one up, that looks a lot like the old one.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

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