Dreamjobsathome.com - Jamie MaKenzie's Wacky Idea

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by wildhorse, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. wildhorse

    wildhorse New Member

    Greetings,

    I'm italian and first of all I apologize for my bad English.

    I found the site http://dreamjobsathome.com/wacky1/index2.html where the owners are saying that it is possible to earn $9,000 a month.
    Please, anyone can tell something about this opportunity? Is it a scam?

    Thank you.

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  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    It looks like it may be a training program on doing affiliate marketing - but I am not sure....

    I don't like when they are so vague about what you are actually buying! but then it is only #39...oops $39 [​IMG]
     
  3. wildhorse

    wildhorse New Member

    Thank you, montainmom5, for your reply.

    Yes, it's true, it is only $39, but I don't like to spend money, even if it's only $10, and discover that it is a BS. There are so many scams out there and I don't want to do give nothing to these scammers.

    Anyone knows about dreamjobsathome?

    Thank you.
     
  4. willpetrol

    willpetrol New Member

    Well, I wouldn't invest my money into that program...
    It looks a bit too sketchy and they don't give much information about the program itself.Their payment proof pic looks a bit dodgy as well.
     
  5. WARRANTIES4LESS

    WARRANTIES4LESS New Member

    Interesting,

    With this forum topping the search engine under program name, I am amazed no one here has tried it yet. It involves locating sold homes and submiting them with address to a marketing group which pays you upon sale they make, so no success stories?

    Success to all,
     
  6. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    WARRANTIES4LESS: It involves locating sold homes
    Nowadays it is hard to FIND sold homes... tons for sale but not much selling around here....[​IMG]
     
  7. Esteban

    Esteban New Member

    This has 'scam' written all over it. Don't do it. 'Easy money' is such an obviously false 'hook' but while people still fall for it, these scammers will stay in business.
     

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