MakeMoney-AtHome.com is a new website targeting people who are looking for work at home positions. For just $1, you can enter the training and accreditation program of the MakeMoney-AtHome.com spokeswoman, Amber Robinson, who has been working in the auction listing agent field for years, and who is willing to give you the help necessary to be as successful as she is.
Though Amber Robinson and MakeMoney-AtHome.com attempt to make it seem like an auction listing agent is a telecommuting job – a job where you are hired by a specific company to perform specific tasks out of your home instead of coming to an office – the truth is that auction listing is actually a work at home business opportunity.
An auction listing agent is self employed, and lists products on auction websites like eBay. An auction listing agent makes money when an item they have listed is sold for more than the price they paid for it.
So is Amber Robinson and MakeMoney-AtHome.com a Scam?
There are so many red flags and warning signs with this company, it is hard to know where to begin.
First of all, Amber Robinson works incredibly hard to make it seem like you will be directly working for a Fortune 500 company at a telecommuting job. She mentions “qualifying” for a job, “accreditation” programs, and she even breaks down all the reasons why Fortune 500 companies would want to hire you to work for them from home. She even goes so far as to say that you will be getting paid by these companies for your work!
The truth is that an auction listing agent works for themselves. They may be selling products created by a Fortune 500 company like Apple, Inc, but their paychecks are not signed by Apple. They earn money from individual buyers on eBay just like anyone else who places items up for bid on auction sites.
Second, the actual work that MakeMoney-AtHome.com is promoting is unidentifiable. They call it an auction listing agent, but they refer to it as “placing ads.” Placing ads online is a whole other type of employment, one that has been used by online scammers for years. MakeMoney-AtHome.com is referencing two different types of work as though they were the same thing, and they definitely aren’t.
Third, Amber Robinson also goes out of her way to say that this employment requires very little money from you and has very little risk. Whether this opportunity is auction listing or ad placing, this statement is a flat out lie. Auction listing requires you to have an account with a drop ship company which can cost as much as $299.95 a month. And ad placing costs you money every time someone clicks on your ad, and you only make money when someone buys something! You could be out a lot of money with ad placing before you ever earn any income.
Finally, Amber Robinson also says that you will only ever have to pay a one time fee to be part of this program, and that fee is $1.00. However, when you go to purchase the program, you are told that $1.00 buys you a two week trial, and then you will be charged $39.95 a month from then on. If you choose to cancel the program, you can at any time, but only your $1.00 is eligible for refund. MakeMoney-AtHome.com will not honor refunds for the monthly charges.
Clearly, it is in your best interest to stay far away from Amber Robinson and MakeMoney-AtHome.com.