“I actually make $8,000 to $9,000 a month working from home.”
- Kelly Richards
Screen shot TheCNNews.org - Click on image to enlarge
Jennifer Theuriau and James Field, top news anchors of CNNews, report on the CNNews website, “Work At Home Mom Makes $8,795/Month Part-Time.”
In the article they write, “Have You Ever Considered Working Online? Kelly Richards of Griffith, IN never thought that she would, until curiosity got the best of her and she filled out a simple online form. Before she knew it, she discovered her secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for her family while at home with her three children. I read Kelly’s blog last month and decided to feature her story in our weekly consumer report. In our phone interview she told me her amazing story. “I actually make about $8,000-$9,000 a month working from home. It’s enough to comfortably replace my old jobs income, especially considering I only work about 15-18 hours a week from home.” – Source: CNNews. Copyright 2010 © CNNews. All Rights Reserved.
Well, if CNNews’ top people report about it, it must be true. Right?
The truth is, what we have here is a blatant, if not illegal, attempt to create creditability by copying the CNN logo (not an exact copy, but close enough to violate trademark rights) and impersonating a reliable news source such as CNN. I haven’t investigated whether or not the featured reporters Jennifer Theuriau or James Field actually work for CNN, but I seriously doubt it.
On a side note: Looking at the screen shot of the CNNews website, notice that Kelly Richards, besides living in almost every city all over the United States at the same time (see my articles series about Kelly Richards at Making Money From Home), can also change appearances (Maybe we should tip off the Men in Black that one of their aliens has left New York). The hyperlinks on top of the website (Subscribe, News, Comments, and E-Mail) are not hyperlinks; they’re just plain fake.
Needless to say, the “Online Work at Home Program” including the “Google Profit Library” and the “Web Profit Club” are all scams, and they are defrauding unsuspecting American citizens. The problem is that the service they offer plus their marketing methods, if you ignore the trademark violations, are basically legal. The service they offer (making money through Google AdSense) is legitimate. However, Google AdSense is a free-of-charge service by Google (who is not part of the scam). In other words, there is no need to sign up for a monthly subscription to incorporate Google ads on your website. What the scammers present as the ultimate way of becoming rich, is common knowledge in the Internet community. And yes, you can create income through Google ads, but in all regularity you will not create sufficient income to cover you monthly grocery bill, let alone your mortgage. See also my article Does The Google Adsense Get-Rich-System Work?
For instance, this very website you are looking at received 110,000+ hits last month alone, and it took me a mere 15 months of continuous work to get there. This last month I made less than $20 through Google ads. I have to admit that I should place more ads per page, but my primary purpose of this website is to promote my books.
Chances are, the Google ads you see on this web page are dedicated to other getting-rich scams such as “My Million Dollar Edge,” or others. Do me a favor: Click on these ads! By clicking on the ads you will support me free-of-charge to you, and, at the same time, it will cost the scammers. But please, do not believe what they tell you on their websites! If something sounds too good to be true, it most certainly is.
Last, but not least, I was made aware of the CNNews scam website through a reader’s comment. Please feel free to share your comments by using the comment box below. I’d like to hear from you!
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