Is Amber Robinson Work At Home Job A Scam?


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Yes, it is a scam, and in the following answer you will find several reasons why I believe this to be the case. First of all, upon opening the homepage of "Work From Home Job Center," the supposed company owned by "Amber Robinson," you are immediately viewing a ticking clock that is counting down the number of days, hours and minutes that the offer will be available to sign up for the site for a minimum fee rate. That clock is always present and is only there to fool unsuspecting and naive people into taking immediate action without learning all the details.

Additionally, the clock says that the offer is down to just two days and some hours and minutes; however, the website has not been updated in more than two years and the clock always says basically the same amount of time, regardless of how many times to visit and leave the site.

Oh, and upon trying to leave the site, a warning message pops up that tries to keep you on the homepage. These kinds of invasive and demanding messages are only used by less legitimate online vendors and are often employed by scam sites. Sometimes they will cause your system to crash in their effort to keep you on the site.

Any site that contains page after page after page of pure marketing information with no real factual or explanatory information is nothing but ploy to get people's money. In no portion of the site does it explain or support any claims with anything other than testimonials from supposed real people.

Additionally, you would need to pay a "one time" trial subscription and can cancel at any time. That rate is $39.98 but reported to be worth more than $2,000.00 for everything you get. Any site that makes these kinds of offers and claims regarding the value of services or content is playing you. They hope that you'll forget to cancel the subscription and they can get more money from you. Or they will simply charge you additional months and call it a clerical error which is conveniently never corrected and you tire of fighting about.

A few other major signs it's a scam:

• The copyright on the site has not been updated since 2009
• If you call the "help line" listed in the contact page, you get nothing. Not even a dial tone.
• Amber Robinson is not a real person. Supposedly it's a pen name.
• The Disclaimer ALL the way at the bottom of the home page is barely legible, displayed in tiny and washed out font. They're hoping you'll miss it entirely.
• The Disclaimer tells you the testimonial images and the names of the people have been changed. So no one can independently validate any claims.
• The contact information, the name of the business on the home page and the states listed in the terms of service all differ, indicating none of those listed is the real name of the business or people running the site and getting your money, making it that much harder to get your money back.

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