Home Internet Careers scam or legit?

If you are trying to decided whether or not the Home Internet Careers program is a scam or a legitimate way of making money you've come to the right place.

The first thing you need to know is that programs like this have used the same fake names as their spokesperson over and over and over again. That's right, Kelly Scott is not a real person.

If you want to see a good list of fake names that are often used to promote work at home scams, check out this page:
http://www.workathometruth.com/fake-bizop-names-z/

You'll also find numerous fake news sites that are put together to promote programs such as the Home Internet Careers scam. One of the most notorious fake websites is "Weekly Marks". I put it on my sites to avoid in 2014 here:
http://www.workathometruth.com/sites-to-avoid-in-2014/

These fake news sites will do anything to separate you from your money. Really, they are trying to teach what's known as "affiliate marketing". There's nothing wrong with paying for affiliate marketing training, but sites like Kelly Scott's Home Internet Careers are trying to get you to pay thousands of dollars for something for which you can get better training for significantly less money.

Bottom Line: AVOID the Kelly Scott Home Internet Careers program.

Paul Schlegel
Founder, http://www.workathometruth.com

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