All you need is a computer and internet connection and you would be rolling in the money before the day is out? I really wish I could introduce you to that simple a way to make money online. Unfortunately, you will not find something that simple or fast on this website. Neither will you find it on Simple Income Strategies or any of its clone sites.
Name: Simple Income Strategies
Owner: Kelly Simmons or John Shavers or whatever bogus name
How it is Suppose to Work?
Would you believe if I told you can make decent money by simply posting links on the internet? Link posting type scams have been around for many years and let’s be clear, it does not work. Or at least not the way suggested by Simple Income Strategies and any of its clone sites.
However, there seems to be a resurgence in its promotion recently which also kinda means more people have bought into the scam.
It boils down to spinning a believable tale. The people behind such scams wants to you to believe that you can earn a decent income working from home simply by posting links online. Off course, not just simply posting any links online. They claim you would have to use their system of posting links to be able to earn a decent enough work from home income.
Just pay a one time fee of $97 dollars and you will be able to use their system to post links and earn $15 bucks per link.
Vs. How it Really Works!
It is hard to believe one can earn $15 bucks just posting one link online when a $5 dollar link posting gig on fiverr.com will have you needing to post over 30 to 50 links online.
Or think of it this way, why would anyone pay you $15 bucks for just posting a link online?
It is never about how it will work but rather getting people to believe their bogus method actually works. I am sorry but that is usually how online scam works. And in the case Simple Income Strategies, it is all about getting people to buy into their BS rather than teaching people how to make an actual income working from home.
The Set Up
There are various methods such scam uses to set up people into believing what they are selling is the real deal. It mostly involves rag to riches stories of ordinary people making money with their methods without going into the actual details of how it is been done.
The news report gimmick is commonly used. Using web page designs that is made to look and feel similar to websites of news network. Their pitch is made to look like a news report on how many people are making decent income working from home with the intention of implicitly implying that their make money method is widely reported by news media.
The whole webpage will be filled with fake stories, actor interviews that mimics the style of a news report. Add that with the fake social network shares to make it look more legit. The dead giveaway is that the web page might look like a news network website but it only has one page.
Then there is the good old as featured in major news network trick.
Its purpose is to make it seems like that their work from home opportunity has been featured in the major news network but upon closer inspection, it just mean work from home opportunity has been featured in this network. Not that Simple Income Strategies or the opportunity that the website is pushing was ever featured by the major news network.