Home Income Program Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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The Home Income Program job training package, available at Home-Revenue-Center.com is a new work at home opportunity promoted by spokeswoman Michelle Johnson, and said to guarantee anyone a livable income from home.

Michelle Johnson formerly represented Internet Income Pillars, which was a company which helped people become eBay Auction Listing Agents. This new opportunity, however, trains people to become Search Engine Agents.

A “Search Engine Agent” is a term Home-Revenue-Center.com uses to describe someone who works online as a link poster. For this training, the website says you pay a one time fee of $97 and that you can begin earning money immediately.

What to Know About Link Posting

There are countless training programs which promise to show people how to run independent businesses through posting links online. This is a form of affiliate marketing where people earn commissions when links they post result in sales for partner companies.

Although Home Income Program presents this opportunity as though the only fee you’ll have to pay is for their training program, traditional link posting requires payments for advertising, or website hosting and maintenance.

This can often come as a surprise to many of their members, who – due to the claims of the sales page – believe that all they have to is complete this training program and will “guaranteed a position” in link posting and quickly begin earning money.

The Bottom Line

In addition to the extra fees you may need to pay in the course of maintaining an independent affiliate marketing business, many training programs like Home Income also try to sneak in extra fees.

According to Home-Revenue-Center.com, paying for their training program also includes a one-on-one session with a training coach. Historically speaking, these training phone calls can result in sales pitches’ for higher level programs, website traffic generators, and more.

But perhaps the biggest sign that you should be cautious when dealing with the Home Income Program is that they are being promoted by a fake news site. Also, this company or one of their affiliates is spamming this fake news site through their customers’ emails accounts.

If you are interested in affiliate marketing and link posting, you can find information on these businesses all over the internet, from public forums to Wikipedia, before you ever have to invest any money in a training program.

If you're at OpportunityChecker.com because you are looking for a way to make money online then check out our article "7 Ways to Make Money Online" - methods that anyone can use to earn an income from home.

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Average Rating for " Home Income Program " is 1.14 out of 5 based on 37 reviews.
  • I'm so glad I reviewed this sight before going any further! I'm sick and really need at home income. I found this job opportunity on pennyhoarders.com. Apparently penny hoarders is a fraud. It's such a shame that none of these work at home jobs are legit.
  • It is a scam guys. My red flag was when I got to the screen that you pay the $97 dollars and I decided it wasn't worth it for the uncertainty. So I hit my back button, next thing you know I get a pop up saying they just reduced it by $20 for the "family discount" and beckoned me to stay. So I tried another trick. I stayed on the page but hit the back button AGAIN! And whaddaya know, they gave me $50 off so I would only have to pay $47 dollars! If you want to know how to weed websites out like this that tell you limited positions and all the benefits and bliss in the world, try that next time!
  • There is another site called stayhomefreedom.com it is the exact same site. My wife was interested in doing this so I started digging into it. Didnt take me long to figure out it is the same scam. The site is hosted in Russia and has the exact same look feel and offer. Dont fall victim to these crooks!
  • I tried to cancel when I found out it was to build a website, which I have, I did not need another one.

    They would not let me cancel until my 30 days have expired. I guess they thought that people would forget to cancel and keep their money.
  • I am in a really bad income situation and almost signed up.thanx to everyone's reviews I didn't and I feel very bad that these scam artists get away stealing people's money ps. If they've stolen money from(u)we must take them to the law and shut them down. Signed: sean
  • thanks,everyone one I almost pay the 97 dollars. people like that need to be in jail.
  • I found out it is building a website and I tried to cancel the same day they would not let me cancel. They said that it is a 30 trial period and that they will not take any cancelation until the 30 days is up.
  • march 2, 2015

    This is so ridiculous!! I wish someone would catch these low crooks!!, The sad thing is they keep getting away with it, I tried to get my $97.00 back with in a 3-5 day time frame, and the number wasn't right!! The website wouldn't let you sign in, the guy on the line the day I tried to get through to ask more questions was trying to get me to start a new credit card and get more!! Seriously, how does this happen?? Then of course there's a 60 day money back guarantee , sure there is!! Good luck!! I've been trying, and the website had no phone #, and then one I got Lionel Richie picture , with some smartass remark!, It makes me so mad at myself for falling for this crap!! Don't let this happen, Do pay anyone ever, it's more than like not legitimate! Don't Get SCAMMED!!!
    • Don't beat yourself up. I'm guessing everyone on this page has fallen victim to one scam or another. I truly believe it is possible to make money online...just remember to NEVER pay a fee. The request for one is your sure sign of a scam!! Good luck!
    • I feel your pain, Teresea. I just got taken by these frauds! I can't believe I was so gullible! This has to be brought to an end. I wish I would have read the reviews before I ever ordered this ridiculous program.
  • i signed up paid 97.00 and someone was supposed to call me at 10 am no one has called.after reading the reviews.i totaly beleive they are fraudulant.im going to credit union now to fill out fraud forms to hopefully get our money back.you shouldnt have to pay to work.never again.
    • I paid the same amount ashtyn's someone did contact me. After speaking with him I decided this wasn't for me. I asked for a refund. I'm having a hard time getting I n contact with someone for my refund. Do you have a number like email for these people?
  • i applied and paid $97 for the "home income program" on Monday. The next day, a Gary Shunk (representative) called me and kept me on the phone for a so called interview for 45 min. he mostly told me that my life was miserable and never spoke once about the program. he was just trying to get info about my life and my incomes. when i said that i was no longer interested about the program and that i wanted my money back, he said it was not possible and he threatened me that i was going to regret it?! i hung up and called another representative to get instructions for a refund. she threatened me too! And finally told me to call the customer service number indicated in an email that i never received. IT IS A SCAM!

    I am mad at myself.
    • Did they show you any websites that they claimed to have built?
    • Go to your bank (if you used a debit card)and file a dispute. Tell them is was a scam and that you tried to get out of it. They will cancel your current debit card and issue a new one. Otherwise, file a complaint with your credit card company.
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