Careers At Home University – found at CAHUniversity.com is yet another site that claims you can make money by posting links online. I’ve been warning people about link-posting scams since 2008. The Melissa Mayer CahUniversity program is simply another in a long line of highly questionable products that want you to believe you can earn income online by posting links for money.
While it’s true that posting links is part of the very popular affiliate marketing business model, the truth is that affiliate marketing involves much more than posting links at home. If you want to understand how affiliate marketing really works, you might want to take a look at this page.
The Chilling Page That Saved You Cash
Here’s a tip…any time you see a sales page for a work at home opportunity that uses the phrase “The Chilling Day That Changed My Life”…GET away from that page as fast as possible. That phrase is a boiler-plate phrase that has been used to promote hundreds of scams that claim that you can simply start posting links to make money.
However, as mentioned previously, they are using a partial truth about making money posting links online to try to get you to buy the Melissa Mayer Home Careers University program. Not only that, but once you do buy the program they will try to sell you on coaching that you don’t need that could end up costing you thousands of dollars. I’ve heard so many horror stories about home business coaching companies that I wouldn’t even know where to begin.
Irrelevant News Logos
The [email protected] University site uses the phrase “Work At Home Opportunities As Seen On”
- Fox News
- USA Today
What they don’t tell you is that phrase is completely meaningless when it comes to evaluating whether the CAH University program is a scam or a legitimate business. Just because OTHER work at home opportunities have been seen on those stations tells you NOTHING about the Careers At Home University Program.
Melissa Mayer Can’t Remember How To Spell Her Own Name
I suppose my “favorite” part of this whole Careers At Home University work at home system is the fact that the creator can’t remember how to spell her own name. At the top of the page it’s shown as “Melissa Mayer”, but at the bottom of the page it’s shown as “Melissa Meyer”. I’m not sure how much I can trust a fake person who can’t even remember how to spell her own name. Take a look:
The top of the CAHUniversity.com page shows Melissa Mayer:
The bottom of the CAHUniversity.com page shows Melissa Meyer:
Interviews, Podcasts, Seminars…?
You may recall this nonsense from the [email protected] University site:
“You may be familiar with me from the one day work at home seminars I used to present in New York City. Others know me from the numerous interviews, podcasts and teleseminars that I have done in the past.”
As far as I know it’s not possible to recall imaginary things done by fictitious people.
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