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Stay At Home Revenue Scam Or Legit?

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Posted 21st August 2012 at 03:56 AM by psresearch

Stay At Home Revenue is yet another lead-generation site for high pressure sales people that try to squeeze as much money as possible out of people. This time the sales page is using stock photos for its testimonials, using fake security seals, and other questionable means to get you to give up your credit card and your phone number.

You can see proof of all that at my recent Stay At Home Revenue review of red flags. If you have experience with the company, please let me know there. The site also appears to be related to another site that I warned about previosuly called Simply Click To Profit.

It's using a common template that many questionable sites before it have used. I strongly recommend you avoid this site.
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    I have been bombarded with these so called offers from Work at Home University and other shapes it has morphed into for some time now, mostly from subscriber lists I am on - Time to reduce and keep the reliable ones offering good quality, I think. What I really dislike is the fact that the above mentioned site seems to target ordinary non-savy people without much funds looking for a way to earn their living online...

    Thank you Paul, for clarifying what they are about.
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    Posted 8th November 2012 at 06:35 AM by Reki Reki is offline
 


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