Easy Typing Cash Reviews – Legit or Scam?

Easy Typing CashEasy Typing Cash (easytypingcash.com) is a new program that makes the standard make money from home claims.  The owner, Tim Thomas, says that if you follow his course you’ll learn how to make a lot of money typing simple articles, blog posts, and placing media.

Whenever I come across an online program that has anything to do with typing or writing I’m immediately put on guard.  The reason is because the majority of these programs use misleading pitches to target data entry from home job seekers.

Most of these data entry scams have been shut down by now, however since data entry work is still in such high demand proponents

Postcard Profits Reviews – Legit or Scam?

PostcardProfits.com, and other websites that promote making money through postcard marketing, work on an interesting theory.  The claim is that marketing to people through email is so overdone currently, and the volume of traditional mail is so low, that marketing through traditional mail will actually be more successful at catching people’s attention.

Luke Jaten, the man behind Postcard Profits, claims that he’s been using this system for years and that he’s made up to $50,000 in a single week using it.  He says that he will teach you his personal, guaranteed method for making money by sending you ten CDs with step-by-step instructions for being successful, and that if the

Cell Phone Glitch Reviews – Legit or Scam?

Cell Phone Glitch is the latest course to jump on the mobile marketing bandwagon. Similar to Cell Phone Cash, these guys claim they’re making lots of money in the smart phone niche.  The latest trend in internet marketing and make money online opportunities has been to target mobile phone users, specifically “smart” phones like the iPhone.

What’s going on is that traditional internet marketing techniques are being applied to the mobile market.  So much like with search engines, companies are now paying top dollar to advertise directly to peoples’ phones.

The most effective way for them to do that has been through the massive software applications market; there are

Google Work from Home Kit Reviews – Legit or Scam?

In the latest work from home trend, marketing companies are focusing on selling the dream of Google work from home opportunities.  There are hundreds of these websites claiming that if you sign up for their kit they’ll show you how to make $200 – $600 a day posting links on Google.

The most egregious of these offenders go out of their way to make you believe that you’ll be working directly for Google Inc.  They post pictures of Google headquarters in CA and will even use buzzwords like “hiring,” “employment,” and “work at home jobs.”

What’s even worse is how low they’ve stooped to market these Google work from home

KevinsMoneyTree.org Reviews – Kevin Hoeffer Legit or Scam?

Kevin Hoeffer is a name synonymous with internet spam; his site KevinsMoneyTree.org has been advertised on almost every popular outlet on the net.  His “make money from Google” ad has plagued Facebook, MySpace, News sites, and countless others leading him to internet infamy.

I first heard about Kevin Hoeffer and his “blog” almost a year ago and assumed that by now he’d faded away, but it appears that he’s back in full force.  When fake blogs first started being used, there were thousands of them; they were exactly the same down to the fake Google checks and bogus story.

Originally these blogs were used to market the Google Money Tree