Is the Michelle Stewart HomeIncomeGateway.com Website a Scam or Does it Really Work?
I haven’t seen a Michelle Stewart link-posting scam in a long time, but yesterday I came across one. In case you’re wondering, Michelle Stewart is a fake name that was commonly used in the past to promote scams similar to the Home Income Gateway work at home program. These types of programs are proven lead generation systems used to get people to talk to unscrupulous sales people who talk people into spending thousands of dollars on products and services that they don’t need.
Michelle Stewart is a Stock Photo
The photo of Michelle Stewart is just a stock photo that has been used by many of these work at home business opportunity scams. Here’s the one from Home Income Gateway:
Here’s the same picture and story, but using the name Amanda Jones:
Yet ANOTHER #1 Work From Home System
Just about every single link-posting scam will claim that they are the #1 Work From Home System and Home Income Gateway is no different as you can see in the image below:
Of course none of these fraudulent work at home programs mention who decided they were the #1 Work At Home System…that’s because nobody did…well, other than themselves.
Misleading Use Of Logos
This is a common, unethical sales tactic these link-posting websites use…the use of news station logos to imply that those stations endorse the scam. They don’t. HomeIncomeGateWay.com uses this image:
Fake Testimonials Busted Again
Scammers love the specific testimonials found at HomeIncomeGateWay.com. I’m not sure why…I guess it’s the old “if aint broke, don’t fix it” mentality. What’s weird, though, is those testimonials can be found on an old FTC complaint. I’ve shown that many times and this is a good opportunity to show it again.
Take a look at these testimonials:
Talking to an “Internet Wealth Expert”? Watch Your Wallet
So you might be wondering why the scammers keep pushing out these programs relentlessly. I can tell you they don’t do it to make the $37, $47, or $97 or whatever they charge for the programs. The whole reason they do it is to get you to give up your phone number so that a high-pressure sales rep can try to talk you into buying extremely overpriced coaching and other services. In this case, Home Income Gateway is calling their sales people Internet Wealth Experts.
Bottom Line: Avoid the Michelle Stewart Home Income Gateway Link Posting Scam
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