Work at Home Edu Reviews – Legit or Scam?
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Work at Home Edu, found online at, is a new work at home opportunity which promises to teach people the business of link posting as a way to make money from the comfort of their homes.

This opportunity is being promoted by Michelle Robinson, a “work at home mom” who tells the story of how this program changed her life by giving her the chance to be completely financially independent with just four hours of work or less per day.

According to the website, this program is currently priced at a one time fee of $97, which gives you membership access to their training program for a full six months of training, which is normally worth more than $2000.

What It Is

Work at Home Edu says they will teach people with no technical or previous experience how to “post links” which is a specific form of affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is the most popular type of online business being performed today.

Affiliate marketing is when you partner with another company to promote their goods and services through posting links online, and when these links result in a sale for that company, you will earn a commission.

What To Know

Though this type of work is incredibly popular, it is a difficult business that often takes lots of time, effort, and money to get successfully off the ground, even though most training opportunities like Work at Home Edu promote this business as “simple,” “easy,” and “proven.”

In fact, many other training programs are blatantly unethical, telling people that they are paid just for “posting links” and not for making sales, quoting specific – and outrageous – earnings, and treating this opportunity as though it were a job with a guaranteed salary as opposed to an independent business which could easily fail.

Work at Home Edu tries to distinguish itself from other similar training programs, however, by providing more specific details for their program than most companies do, citing for example that your initial fee is good for six months of training.

In addition, they provide a Refund Policy that states if you have not earned any money within two months of beginning your training, you can request a full refund of your initial membership cost by calling them at 888-321-3834.

Members should know, however, that these Refund Policies usually require proof that you followed their training specifically and were unable to earn money, so be prepared to provide that.

If you're at 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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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Reviews " is 1.3 out of 5 based on 20 reviews.
  • I got scammed for the initial $97.00. Please tell me that they do not keep charging your card because if they do I am going to my bank ASAP.
  • the refund is 30 days if you exceeded the 30 days they will not refund. the videos are long wasting time not telling how to do anything just a bunch of bs. dont waste your money or time.
  • am so glad I read this before I bought the program!!! I would love to have a legit work at home business!!!!
  • I want to thank everyone for writing down there history on what happened to them regarding this company. As well started to pay the $97 but then felt weird about it, so when I went to close the browser it showed me another link where it stated "wait before you close your browser you can get an extra discount for $47"!. Luckily my bank is awesome when it comes to using your debit & or cc on certain websites & they put a hold on my credit card therefore I was unable to complete the process. The next day I called one of the numbers & spoke to a Kayla who asked me the same personal questions then followed by giving me another number in which the guy Edward told me the first number I called is a total scam but then gave me his personal link so that I can pay the $97 and another $28.95 that will cover me for 3 months. I couldn't proceed because my bank cancelled out my card and told me they would mail me a new one in 7 to 10 business days. During this waiting period I decided to do some research on this Wahedu and found numerous reviews stating this company was a scam. So thank you for the heads up. I will not be proceeding with my payment. Sorry about everyone out there who got scammed.
  • I'm glad I did farther research before parting with my money. The intro was performed by Bobbie Robinson. A went to another site same pitch but the intro was performed by Michell Robinson amd another site Robert Robinson all had the same sob story. Scam if i've ever seen one
  • my money back
  • Wow, after reading all these other reviews I am sorry I spent the 97.00 to start this. I too like many others want my money back.
  • I got my money back after the Visa company went after it and I did the process of getting the ticket as you are told on the warranty page. When I called customer service, it was a lot of talk about refunding 50% now and still trying the process. I then said no thank you I do not like dealing with things that I believe are scams. As soon as I mentioned that word my refund was processed.
  • Is anyone that has a work at home job really really doing good if so information to all would be great
    • The Amway Buisness is a great option. A+ with the BBB and in 1979 proven not to be a scam, but a legitimate business opportunity with first class products. I have had a great experience with my business through them.
  • I got sucked in an i feel such a fool. Can anyone tell me how to get my money back. I was asked how much debt I was in and she wanted to talk to my husband. I felt weird after that.
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