Is Work at Home Revenue a Scam?


Is Work at Home Revenue a Scam?

Work at Home Revenue pretends to be a proven way to make money from home, but is Work at Home Revenue a scam? My investigation reveals the dirt in the details, including what you must know before you get involved.

Product: Work at Home Revenue
Product Website: smarter-finance-daily.net
Product Cost: $97 for an eBook, plus unlimited upsells.
Product Owner: Cannot be determined.
Opinion:  Not Recommended

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Is Work at Home Revenue a Scam?

Is Work at Home Revenue a ScamWork at Home Revenue claims Kim Swartz earns $8000 a month from home.  It even claims she does this in your hometown. No kidding! In my case, when I visited the Work at Home Revenue website, it showed that Ms. Swartz was in my hometown, but I bet when you visit the Work at Home Revenue website it will show she’s in your town. Kim Swartz gets around.

Work at Home Revenue Review.

Two things you need to know about the Work at Home Revenue webpage. First, it’s just an advertisement. It says so at the top. Second, it’s all a big fat lie.

Scroll to the bottom of the Work at Home Revenue webpage, and you’ll see a bunch of difficult to read tiny print. I’ve enlarged two paragraphs you should read.

Is Work at Home Revenue a Scam?
Excerpt of Terms and Conditions found on the Work at Home Revenue website. My comments in red.

If reading the above excerpt doesn’t scare you away, click any link on the Work at Home Revenue website and you will go to the Work at Home EDU page. How’s that for bait and switch? Work at Home Revenue turned into Work at Home EDU.

The scammer behind Work at Home Revenue has been at this game a long time. They are constantly shape-shifting and hiding behind multiple layers of websites. Ask yourself, why are they hiding their true identity?

Legitimate businesses spend millions to establish brand recognition. Legitimate businesses want you to know who they are. Not scammers!

On the Work at Home EDU page, we meet another character named Bobbie Robinson and are promised a fast, easy and proven formula to earn a “sizable” income from our living room. And we are told positions are available in our area.

Is this a job offer? No, it’s not a job. This scam has been running for years, and there are always positions available. Amazing.

The video at the top of the Work at Home EDU website is actual news footage, but it is not about Work at Home Revenue. It is merely another attempt to create credibility where there is no credibility.

It’s the same thing with the news icons strategically placed on the Work at Home EDU website. They are just window dressing to make you think Work at Home Revenue or Work at Home EDU is reputable. Work at Home Revenue and Work at Home EDU did not appear on Fox News, NBC News, USA Today or ABC.

How Bad is the Work at Home Revenue a Scam?

Links on the Work at Home Revenue website go to Work at Home EDU and ultimately the sales page for the Work at Home EDU Program. This so-called program is nothing but a worthless eBook that teaches link posting. The eBook costs $97 although they claim it is worth $199. The truth is, it’s not worth a plugged nickel.

The eBook costs $97 although they claim it is worth $199. The truth is, it’s not worth a plugged nickel.

The free one on one consultation with a start-up specialist that they say is worth $149 is a setup with a professional telemarketer who will try to sell you more stuff you don’t need.

Work at Home Revenue and Work at Home EDU is a scheme to capture your phone number and credit card information and then feed you to the telemarketers.

You will not make money with the Work at Home EDU eBook or anything else they try to sell you. You will only spend money with them, perhaps a lot of money.

The Last Word on Work at Home Revenue.

Work at Home Revenue leads to a product that is worse than worthless. The product is nothing but bait to entice you into giving them your credit card info and your phone number. The actual cost of getting involved with Work at Home Review is the damage the telemarketers will do to your credit card balance.

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24 thoughts on “Is Work at Home Revenue a Scam?

  1. Great detective work, Gary! Internet scammers are becoming increasingly crafty at luring in vulnerable Internet users. Ads such as this that appear to be legitimate websites are the worst! So glad for people such as yourself who truly have people’s best interest at heart!

    Also, very funny comment “Kim Swartz gets around.”

    1. Hi, Ashleyn!

      I appreciate your kind words about my review of Work at Home Revenue. Thanks too for noticing my modest attempt at humor.

      I’ve been scammed a few times and know how it feels. It seems the people who are the most desperate are the most vulnerable to scams. These are usually the ones who can least afford to lose money.

      About once a week I get an email from someone who dodge a scam bullet because of something I wrote. It’s a wonderful feeling to know I helped.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  2. Wow, there are so many scams out there trying to suck money out of people… I am glad there are sites like yours that calls them out. I only hope people do thorough research on these work at home programs before jumping in. They make it sound easy.

    If it sounds to good to be true, it usually is.

  3. Good work Gary

    Anything that brings (bad) attention to these scammers has to be commended.

    I am a bit embarrassed to say that I have almost fallen for things like this in my younger days, but articles like this saved me from losing a lot of money. It really makes me sick how people can do this and get away with it.

    Be sure to keep up the good work!

  4. Hi Gary,

    Thanks for exposing Work at Home Revenue for the scam it is. I hope it helps someone to save his money and time. You are absolutely right that legal business wants their names to become more popular online or offline as well.

    You’re doing a great job exposing online scams. If someone wanted to learn how to make money online, where would be a good place to learn that is also affordable?

  5. Very informative, I am not surprised at all that scams like that are tricking people. I spent two weeks looking for programs that didn’t ask you to start buying things right off the bat. When I found out that WA wasn’t all about smoke and mirrors and that it had a great community I knew I had found something special.
    Do you have any advice for those of us wanting to get started or any tips that you could share that you wish someone had told you early on?

  6. The opportunities for scammers seems to be absolutely endless.
    Most of us are trying to make more money. Many people are struggling at underpaid jobs wishing they could be elswhere and do something else. With this in mind it is not strange they fall for such a tempting offer. Work from home and get well paid at the same time. Who doesn’t want that?
    You have done a good and thorough review here carefully pointing out why this is a scam and giving examples of unrealistic claims and contradictory information. Well Done.

    1. Hi, Jojo!

      Thanks for your kind words. It seems to me the people who are most vulnerable and who can least afford to lose money are the ones who are most often scammed.

      None of us can make enough money or make it fast enough, and greed makes us all idiots. The scammers know this and use it against us.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  7. Absolutely positively love the name of the website. Scam Avenger. That is cool relevant pages also very good. Appearances is good. As I see it on this page it looks a little bit different than when I went to the actual website. It seems like the appearance of the website was a little bit more simplistic

    1. Hi, Joys!

      I appreciate your insights into ScamAvenger.com. The home page of my site is organized differently than the internal pages. That might be what you noticed.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  8. It always bothers me that people continue to try to scam those who are desperate enough to need more money. Though I don’t think e-books should be completely free, $97 is quite the overkill. Endless billing is just plain misleading since the customer won’t know how long that free trial is. Glad I never joined any of those!

    1. Hi, Chuw5!

      Unfortunately, you are right. The people who can least afford it are usually the ones who get scammed. The $97 eBook Work at Home Revenue offers is just the beginning and really isn’t worth anything.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  9. I had not heard of Work at Home Revenue. Thank you for really going over what happens in depth when you purchase their e-book for what seems like so little. It is so great to have people like you out there keeping an eye out for people you definitely don’t have the best interest of others in mind when they are creating and promoting these things.

    1. Hi, Julie!

      There really is nothing of value associated with Work at Home Revenue. The eBook is just bait to lure the unsuspecting into the trap. If someone falls for this scam and doesn’t quickly cancel their credit card, they could lose hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  10. Wow! Thanks for posting this review. It’s gonna be very helpful for people looking to make money online. It’s really sad and kinda scary how many scams are out there. But I really hate these that take peoples credit card and continue to steal from them. Thanks for giving such a thorough review.

    1. Hi, Hans!

      I appreciate your kind words. There are far more scams online than legitimate programs, at least in the make money online arena. I recommend people only try programs that offer a free trial that does not require a credit card. The only place I know of that does this is Wealthy Affiliate.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  11. Right away I like the trust I feel from this websites content as well as the several initial points made clear to the reader that it is in fact is a scam. I’m glad there are people out there like Gary trying to make an effort in saving people their hard earned dollars. This webpage immediately informed me that the work at home revenue is a scam and along with that is giving out good viable information on how making money from home can be done. thank you for this piece it was very informative and helpful. keep on doing what you do cause there are plenty of us who appreciate it for more than its worth. thanks again and have a great rest of your week!

    1. Hi, Jacob!

      I appreciate your kind and encouraging words. Occasionally, I hear from some one who dodged the scam bullet because of something I wrote. That makes it more than worthwhile.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  12. Hi Gary,

    I find it hilarious that these bogus companies that promise naive individuals that they can earn money in a business, or find jobs all charge $97 for their ebook garbage. Not $95 or $100, always 97.

    First of all if there still is some person in the world who believes that he/she can quickly earn $8,000/month working from home, the individual should have his/her head examined.

    Life just does not work that way. You exposed yet another scam that also had a dirty underbelly to it. The person invests $97 for some junk ebook that is worthless and then gets bombarded by solicitors calling by the hour.

    You also pointed out some of the terms and conditions that most people would not give a thought into reading but, instead they would have been better off paying attention to the con fine print. Because that is where the person got hoodwinked!

    The negative principle seen on the Internet as it has continued to grow is also the fact that the number of scam money-making opportunities has risen exponentially as well.

    And for a person to believe that this Kim Swartz, who so happens to live in the same town is pulling so much money easily in an online business, that individual is just plain ignorant, to put it as kindly as possible.

    I shake my head sometimes at how and why these scams still can be found online!

    Jeff

    1. Hi, Jeff!

      I appreciate your detailed and thorough comment. Scams like Work at Home Revenue do look silly when you’re onto them, but apparently some people still take them seriously. Just the many levels of deception should scare most people away. Unfortunately, there will always be some who want to believe it’s possible to make easy money.

      You bring up a good point about the junk eBooks all tend to cost $97. I’m not sure what that is about. There is probably some psychology behind it.

      And Kim Swartz is hilarious. I live in a tiny community and know all of the family names here. Swartz ain’t one of them.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  13. I have never heard of WORK AT HOME, but now I am glad I have before I get any offers from them to join, I like the idea of working form home as long as I get money from it, clearly this doesn’t make me any money. do you know any site that can make money ( apart from wealthy affiliate ) ? I would love to hear about them , just so a can take a look

    1. Hi, Kevin!

      The Work at Home Revenue scam is really just one facet of a multifaceted scam juggernaut that also hides behind many corporate names. From my perspective, it is difficult to say with certainty who is behind the Work at Home Revenue website. But I can say with absolute conviction it is a scam, and a bad one.

      I’ve been investigating make money online programs for a little over two years. The only one I would recommend is this community of internet marketers. I’m a member and we help newbies and each other build successful online business. It’s free to join so there is no risk.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  14. This is going to help a lot of people avoid a clear scam. It is amazing to me how many of the programs you see advertised online are just gimmicks. Many of them get the light shined on them like you’re doing here with Work At Home Revenue. I saw an AD for one in my Facebook feed the other day, but it caught my attention. It caught about 30 minutes of my attention mostly because it was being recommended by Mark Cuban. But in the end after doing some digging it was no good. But even now that I am a little more savvy than most, a good marketer is good for a reason. I use Wealthy Affiliate and believe they are the best choice to learn online business without having to worry about being ripped off!!

    1. Hi, Scott!

      It seems to me that scams and near scams are the new norm. I doubt if Mark Cuban even knows his likeness and name are being used to promote scams. The people behind Work at Home Revenue have no shame.

      I agree. Wealthy Affiliate is the best choice by far and for so many reasons, starting with it’s free to join. Really free, no credit card needed, no gimmicks, no gotchas.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

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