StayAtHomeRevenue.com, home of the Stay at Home Revenue opportunity, is a website from Sally Rhodes offering anyone a chance to earn money from home, with no experience or degree needed.
According to the sales page of Stay at Home Revenue, anyone can earn up to $87.00 an hour, or $379.00 a day, as long as they have an internet connection and an hour a day to spare for this opportunity.
For a one time payment of $97.00, you will get access to the step-by-step training center, insights on the best places to begin link posting, a list of the highest paying companies, a free one-on-one consultation with an expert, and a 365 Day Ironclad Satisfaction Guarantee.
What is the Opportunity?
Stay at Home Revenue is actually a link posting training program. Link posting is a form of affiliate marketing, which is one of the fastest growing online work opportunities available today.
You post links advertising the goods or services of a variety of companies who you have partnered with by signing up for their affiliate programs. When your link results in a sale, you will earn a commission. How much you earn is different depending on the company.
Link posting and affiliate marketing are both legitimate ways to earn money while working from home. However, the Stay at Home Revenue program may not be the best way to access this opportunity.
First of all, Stay at Home Revenue makes outrageous earnings claims. Since link posting is an independent business opportunity, they cannot “guarantee you a position” or say that you will earn $87.00 an hour.
Secondly, while they do offer a 365 Day Ironclad Money Back Guarantee, it is important to read the fine print regarding this guarantee. Year long refund policies are notoriously difficult to collect on – generally they are used to reassure buyers, but they tend to be fairly useless if you actually request a refund.
Finally, StayAtHomeRevenue.com is promoted by a fake news site, Daily-Consumer-Tips.com. This site tells the story of Liz Reynolds, a stay at home mom who became wealthy from this program.
Fake news sites are one of the worst regarded ways of advertising a program, since they deliberately attempt to pass an advertisement off as an objective news article. And a company that would attempt to deceive you into purchasing their products is one you should be wary of trusting.