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eMarketing Online System is a new work at home opportunity promoted by spokeswoman Kim Stevenson, which says that anyone can earn up to $379 a day with by posting links online.

Link posting is a form of affiliate marketing, where you post links online advertising the goods or services of another company, who you are affiliated with. If your link leads to a sale for that company, you are paid a commission.

For just $97.00 you can get access to their Wealth Certification Training program, which they claim is the only certified program in the world for teaching you how to post links online.

However, Reviewopedia has reviewed multiple other link posting programs that claim to have the “only” Wealth Certification Training program, and other programs can be priced as low as $49.95.

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Average Rating for " eMarketing Online System " is 1.56 out of 5 based on 59 reviews.

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    Steve says:

    November 7th, 2014 at 2:04 am

    I got scammed also. e-marketing on line system/ Premier Mentoring. In fact the guy was Christopher Freestone. All these promises, he didn’t go over the fine print with me, just told me to sign electronically and stupid me, they took me for over $5000.00 bucks. Tried to get my money back and because of not going over the fine print with me I didn’t cancel in time. missed it by 1 day. This was January of 2012. It’s probably too late to even try again to get my money back. Anyone have any ideas?

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    Mike Kessler says:

    March 15th, 2014 at 1:20 pm

    Yes 24/7 email after email of how great your doing but nothing but empty promises and zero $$$.My fault but I’m mad as he@**!

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    Steffany says:

    September 30th, 2013 at 4:01 am

    Received an email from a friend’s twitter account asking me to take a look. The time of day it was sent made it clear he did not send it but I stupidly opened the link. I am really hoping it doesn’t start sending my contacts emails pretending to be me, however I did not input my info so I hope I have avoided that mess. The whole thing looked like a scam but thw funny part is good old ageless Theresa Andrews also lives in Ottawa, Canada. hahaha maybe she has a summer home up here? Joking of course, avoid anything online where people ask you to spend your money to make money. If you are desperate, get on clickbank and slave to building scamy sites and articles for some extra cash. :P

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    Kim Bradbury says:

    September 26th, 2013 at 11:22 pm

    I was scammed. I received a Tweet from my daughter yesterday afternoon, but did not get a chance to look at it until late last night. The Tweet said she had heard about a “Home Income” program which was great and I should join, so I did immediately. I did not call her because it was 9.30pm and she has 2 little boys and her husband is away in Afghanistan. While filling pout the payment page I was a bit surprised at the amount of up-sells involved and wondered if my daughter knew about them, because she is aware of my financial problems.

    The page is set up as a newsletter page with lots of official looking buttons for “financial reports” “tech” “Economy” “Market News” and so on, so the average person would see it and think it was a real newsletter, with a lead story all about amazing things that have happened to an ordinary unemployed single mother who made it big with this “Home Income” program.

    I dropped in to see her this morning to talk about this wonderful program she had recommended in her Tweet, but she just gave me a blank look. She told me she had not used her Twitter account for well over 12 months, and she also advised me that her Twitter account must have been hacked for someone to be sending Tweets using her Username. How can this happen? My daughter told me that hacking Twitter accounts is very common and she knows of more than one person who has had to change their log-in details because their accounts have been hacked. Why is Twitter not doing something about all these account that have been hacked?

    I fully believe this Spencer Adler is somehow involved because when I google his name, hundreds of complaints about him came up and apparently he has operated under different names to scam people. I have been back to the page that was sent using my daughter’s username, and nothing on that, very official looking, page works except the link to join the “Home Income” program. The whole page is a SCAM.

    I am contacting the Australian Federal Police to place a complaint against him for Fraud. I am absolutely disgusted that someone has stooped to those depths in order to sell a Disabled Pensioner a Scam product. I will not rest until that man is arrested. I have lost AU$106 on a program that offers nothing but hard work to even get it started, if it is actually real. There are so many up-sells that you need a few hundred dollars just to get started, and who can afford to pay for 2 years hosting for a website that the write-up said you did not need to make money in this program? I feel disgusted and ripped-off because I have lost so much money.

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  • Marie says:

    September 6th, 2013 at 5:31 pm

    Wow just received a email from a friend 7 states away from me, I checked out the link and wonder wow could this be true! They went as far showing how a reported from a local news station interviewing a single mom with 3 kids and how much money she was making. I was almost hooked till I saw this web site. Thanks guys!

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    Tom says:

    August 5th, 2013 at 10:52 am

    I did not. Fall for it. Very old saying “. If it sounds to good to be true. It probably is not” i feel bad for people that don’t have the sence to check out this type of internet scaming. There must be some law against this sort of stuff?
    I am injured so i am unable to work for the time being. Thank god for my wife or i’d be starving! Bless her hart. &
    My hart goes out to ALL thows poor folkes that got sucked into it!!!! Is there any real home bace way to make real money? I am not looking to make due due just a few $. To me $ 20.00 to what ever would make a diference.

    God bless all of you. Tom.

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    Tracy says:

    June 11th, 2013 at 10:27 pm

    These folks just took my money today. I fell for this scam. These folks have my credit card number and CCV. I will cancel my card tomorrow. If I can get my hands on these people yall wont have to worry about getting your money back. I work too hard for my money to have a low-life scammer just take my money. Then they called me from 8016765605.

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    James says:

    June 6th, 2013 at 12:48 pm

    So happy I dug a little deeper and found this site. I almost fell for it too until I went back to the site a couple days in a row and noticed that the testimonials are always the same but with todays date? (Strike one!) I read one from today but 8 hours in the future?(Strike two!) Also the image of her earnings is from 3 years ago? (Strike 3!)I really was hoping it was for real.

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  • john biddlecombe says:

    May 11th, 2013 at 12:13 pm

    SCAM

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    Brice Smith says:
    May 22nd, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    This is a huge scam! I signed up last year and found out – cancelled my credit card so they couldn’t put more charges on it. Do not get involved!

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    Joanna says:

    May 9th, 2013 at 11:03 pm

    Was just going to sign up for the Online Income Access Certification Program-Ella Nelson-had someone check this out for me only to find out its a scam! I am so glad I checked into it before signing. Are there any honest Online Businesses out there?

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  • Casper says:

    May 8th, 2013 at 1:52 pm

    Total SCAM!!This supposed writer, Adler’s name is linked to several other intenet based scams. Also the Thersa Andrews is apparently living in MULTIPLE states! lol Stay away!!!

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    john biddlecombe says:
    May 11th, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    Hi, they use the town where server (hub) connecting you to the internet is located to fabricate the address of young Therasa. She not only lives in multiple States, she also lives in the UK! not bad commuting those distances, looking after a baby and earning a fabulous income doing 12 hours a week. I believe Ponsi springs to mind?

  • Carole says:

    May 7th, 2013 at 10:20 pm

    First clue.

    Before moving to the next page they ask for you first name only. Then ask you to submit your telephone # an email supposedly so you can find out what positions are availabe in your “area”. The info I gave advised that there are only 2 positions in a city that is not where I live. The most obvious alert that this is a scam is that if this is an Internet based business…where one LIVES should be of no relevance whatsoever. Positions supposedly offering limitless opportunity to make money would not be limited either to any specifice geographic area. Naturally, they are hoping one will be quick to get at least one of the last two remaining positions and fork over the fee. The other and rather sad part of this is that they have just acquired, (if provided by an earnest person REALLY in need of a job) a valid email address to use to spam them.

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  • BLAAD says:

    May 6th, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Thanks!

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    Tayyaba says:

    April 30th, 2013 at 6:56 pm

    I was just about to buy it too- but I was abit skeptical so decided to check for reviews!!! theresa andrews ”lives” in Burnley too!!!tthose testimonials looked really fake too!! Thanks everyone for your posts!!!

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  • Kym says:

    April 29th, 2013 at 10:13 am

    It is an excellent opportunity for the person putting out the ads. They are making a killing by duping other individuals to send them money and sadly, there are those that will. And then, anyone that buys into it can virtually do the same thing to others. There needs to be new laws put forth for this type of internet fraud and those committing it should be fully prosecuted.

    Again, sadly, the ones that generally fall for it are the single mothers that truly cannot afford it to begin with and just honestly want to find a legitimate way to earn a living.
    I received my email from my son’s girlfriend in North Carolina (I live in Minnesota). After asking her if she sent it to me, she responded “no” as she didn’t have my new email. Therefore, I can only assume that these people troll through facebook page friend lists and acquire emails from there and then adjust the residence location of the solicitor to match that of the recipient they are sending it to. Makes me sick.

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  • spe says:

    April 18th, 2013 at 5:04 am

    Thanks for this.I was scammed a week ago and its terrible.

    They close off websites the moment u sign in.

    Thanks for the info

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    Brian says:

    April 17th, 2013 at 11:22 am

    Glad I googled it. Someone sent me a link to the “Finance Reports” site – it indicated the article was posted two days AFTER the date I received the link!!

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    marie says:

    April 13th, 2013 at 6:25 am

    thank you so much….was just going online to purchase when I came across this site….

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    Katherine says:

    March 4th, 2013 at 2:24 pm

    I just wanted to add that I have been scammed for thousands of dollars up until about a year ago. Now I call the Better Business
    Bureau and check them out. And as stated above in a comment, the
    BBB has nothing on this eOnline Business Systems.I actually think
    they should have all of the above comments and then they would have
    the reasons why-not just “No” information. Whoever started this
    webpage deserves an academy award. I wish years ago-I would have had
    any idea there even were places such as this. Whoever you are-BLESS
    YOU for doing all of this work. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

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  • Jennifer says:

    February 14th, 2013 at 8:07 pm

    Just wanted to add another “Beware” notice. I received an email today from my sister-in-law from the scam company. . .except my sister-in-law didn’t send the email. Hmmmmm.

    Also, “Theresa Andrews” is, apparently, alive and well in my hometown of Alexandria, LA as well. The lady certainly maintains a lot of residences!!!

    I, too, almost ordered this “too good to be true” money maker. What almost sold me on it was the “usa news report” and the fact that someone in my own hometown was making a killing with it.

    Wish there was a way to warn people not to fall into this trap.

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    joe says:
    April 26th, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Yeah, She is apparantly alive and well in Palm Springs Ca too and I got my email from a friend who I haven’t talked to in years who never sent me the link. scary stuff..fraudulant.

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    Debbie says:

    February 8th, 2013 at 11:33 am

    Definitely a scam. They are creating bogus email addresses; attaching their link to a trusted relative’s name and sending to me so I would think my relative endorsed this. (Obtaining relative’s name off of Facebook)!
    Beware!!!

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  • Calinda says:

    February 2nd, 2013 at 6:11 pm

    Thanks everyone for speaking out. Don’t spend a penny, complete and utter scam.

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    David says:

    January 4th, 2013 at 4:41 pm

    This is interesting. I have received 2 calls with voice mails from a Diana calling from 877-308-9276 regarding my EMarketing Online “account”. Never knew I had an account. The second voice mail she sounded very harsh that she had not heard back from me. I never signed up for anything regarding eMarketing Online systems or whatever it’s called.

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  • monique says:

    January 4th, 2013 at 11:07 am

    thank you for the warning you guys

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    jean says:

    January 3rd, 2013 at 8:12 pm

    I am so sorry for everyone who lost money but at the same time I am grateful because this stopped me from doing it as well. I have 3 small kids and cant really pay the bills so this looked like a dream come true. I got as far as checkout and decided to Google it just to make sure. Thank God for this site. I don’t know how I will pay the bills this month but at least I didn’t lose that $97. Thank u guys and once again. I’m sorry for those of u who lost money.

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    enrique says:
    February 15th, 2013 at 11:52 am

    Thank God I did a search before ordering. Someone just posted that they are an internet scam. So I want to thank all of you here for doing the posting that will help a lot of people just looking for a good honest work from home program. I am looking and investigating same as everyone else out there.

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    Thom says:

    December 18th, 2012 at 12:21 pm

    i fell for something like this years ago thru a company called vianet
    or ivy capitol. they are scams like this one. probably the same people out if nevada. notjing has ever been done that i know of. too any out there I suppose. or the govt needs to track down ther criminals more important

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    gigi says:

    November 1st, 2012 at 9:34 pm

    well Im glad I didn’t sign up for this thanks ya’ll

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    Ashma says:

    October 19th, 2012 at 11:53 pm

    How do I get back the money I spent on this eOnline Marketing System

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  • YS says:

    October 14th, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    Hi, I ask the question why the fee cannot be deducted from the pay slip if that work from home program is real. I am quite tempted to try out this eOnline Business System, but before that, I think twice whether I would be another silly one to get tricked, though it is only $99 that they claim. Also, better to check out more, so I researched and read here. Thanks for the link here, yes, it saves me $99 and not being laughed at by my husband.

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    enrique says:
    February 15th, 2013 at 11:57 am

    My wife shakes her head and rolls her eyes at me for looking for a good honest work from home business. Haven’t found one yet but I keep hoping. Oh, btw, don’t believe EZMM either, I fell for that one but was able to get my money back, mainly because the company they use as bait is a good, honest legit company and they refunded my money.

  • Jean says:

    August 20th, 2012 at 12:00 pm

    I was sooo ready to hop on board! Thanks for this site, you Guys saved me $99.00!

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  • zaida says:

    July 19th, 2012 at 1:21 pm

    thank you so much

    for putting your post I was just about to buy into this program
    and I am not working or my spouse we are on a fixed income
    and this will of hurt us pretty bad!

    again thank you so much for posting your comments

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    Brownie2012 says:

    July 18th, 2012 at 5:43 pm

    Ladies and Gentlemen, it is very easy to buy into these websites that offer so many lucrative opportunities that may or may not exist. I went to the better business bureau. It didn’t surprise me that this was not a registered site. If you click on the contact info, and there is no physical address, chances are this is a scam. This is the best source I can think of to check if a business is legitimate or not. I am also desperate to make money from home, but we just have to keep looking and maybe something legit may come around. Best wishes to all of us :)

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  • jinny says:

    July 18th, 2012 at 11:32 am

    The woman on my scam name was Amanda! I’ve seen this ad so many times and finally was on a review site and they recommended it to, so i thought maybe? They went as low as 29 bucks and I knew this was b.s. I didn’t even realize it was affiliate marketing until i heard people saying that about this Scumpany! I was lead to believe 3 ez steps and link posted, 15 dollars banked, wrong! Out right lies! Whats worse is the review site, scam ex poser, deliberately lies as well! Is there nothing some people won’t stoop to to make a buck? Shameless! Wheres the simple integrity among their fellow man that they would stoop so low as knowingly sell or promote a bogus product to people they know are hurting for money in this economy? Or any economy for that matter? As far as I’m concerned the only difference between them and thieves that rob your house, is the thieves are at least ashamed and stay hidden and the scammers are cowards! What really grinds my gears is that they wont even refund the money they stole and that one person got taken for 179 and another for over 5000! Sickening! I know one thing, its very much against the law! I’ve been studying consumer law and this is highly illegal! You want your money back, email me, I cant give you an iron clad guarantee i’ll get, but i’m pretty good at this sort of thing! One more thing racking my brain, to the couple of posts to the people considering giving this a shot, one simple question. After reading an onslaught of negative experiences and not one good one, that’s 100 percent, what are you thinking?

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    Lori says:
    February 6th, 2013 at 2:42 pm

    Please tell me how to get my money back. I started questioning after I paid and didnt bye into what they were telling me. dummy me.

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    Kris says:

    July 15th, 2012 at 7:35 am

    Thank GOD for this site…..I was about to sign-up….but decided to do some google 1st. You people have been great…..and for those that got scammed….thanks for having the guts to tell your story and saving untold numbers of others from giving their hard earned money to these scam artist.

    I got ripped of over 10 years ago by a company, so I feel your pain.

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    jacklyn0880 says:

    July 9th, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    *****BEWARE*****
    I have been thinking about buying into this ‘opportunity’; however, while researching prior to paying, I found it quite odd that “SPENCER ADLER
    Consumer Trend Investigator | Your Daily Finance” looks EXACTLY like “STEVEN POWERS
    Consumer Trend Investigator | Your Daily Finance” same hair cut & yes, even same clothes.
    Check it out before you buy into this scam; I’m sure you, like me, need the money remaining in your bank account!
    *****BEWARE*****

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    Muna Jabr says:

    June 23rd, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    Okay, so i bought this yesterday thinking this was real. Then i spent 2 hours doing the steps and i cannot find the links to post. I think this is real for some reason. Can some one explain where the links are? Thanks. And if it worked for you , please tell me your experience.

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    John says:
    July 13th, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    It’s real alright, but you will not make the money they claim you will make without a sizable investment and many websites. In fact, the ones with the fake news article websites and testimonials are the ones pulling affiliate marketing on you. They get a commission on sales of the program. So their method is to convince you to go to the site and purchase the program. When you do… walla, you just made an affiliate marketer some money. And if you buy into the extras, you make that marketer even more money. Affiliate marketing is using articles, blogs and other written works to attract traffic to a web site or web sites. The goal is to have the visitor click on and purchase the product or service. Each affiliate has their own code, and that’s how they get credit for a sale. The ones that are selling you this program are marketers selling a product like they will teach you to do. The information they give you can be obtained for less money and more precise, elsewhere. Affiliate marketing can potentially reach the amount of money they are talking about, but it all depends on traffic and niche (a product that a lot of people want to buy). It might take you years to succeed, and just like any business you can fail if the product is not popular, or your marketing isn’t good. If you want to learn affiliate marketing, purchase an actual training program or take a course at your local community college. Don’t fall for these scams that are just trying to sell a worthless product.

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    Amanda says:

    May 10th, 2012 at 9:09 am

    I purchased this a couple days ago and went through the training. I do not have the funds to throw around so i thought 50 bucks to get access to post links would be great. That was not the case, along with the fee was 14.95 for a website with domains, and 9.95 or more to register the domain name picked. I made it all the way to the finish line on training and i was still baffled as there was no easy, straight to the point process on how to post links for other companies. It was “how to’s” on every other way to make money online however there were more fees associated with the choices given. Do I know the process to run a website, purchase/register a domain, and choose keywords to “sell” the links i would post? YES I DO but it comes with spending more money than I have in my account and still leaves me with the question, Where was the training or set of links that I post for them? Cause through all that training they were no where to be found. I asked for my registtation fee, along with any other fee I paid out. I received an email that it will be refunded, the next day (today) i received an email and phone call both starting out like this “I. Just dont get it Amanda! I don’t understand!” <– I've explained my reasoning thoroughly for leaving. Not what i signed up for, costs more than you lead on. His response "You've got to spend money to make money!" I believe is true but don't mislead people that are hurting if that's the case.

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    Miranda says:

    May 7th, 2012 at 12:50 pm

    I bought into this thing three months ago, I would not recommend for the price it cost almost $5,000 for them to so called hold my hand and teach me the ropes for the price I should have gone to my local community college and received a much better hand to hold. Do not buy into this! They will say you get a coaching meeting every week for six months and then once a month for the rest of the year. I’m callin B.S. You get four weeks of thirty minutes of coaching and over half the time they call late so you get maybe ten minutes and that only lasts for four weeks. Then on top of all that there is soooo many other outsources that they find for your money it’s rediculous just don’t do it!

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    Carline says:

    March 13th, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    i paid for my prgram i don’t see know money yet but they still asking me for more money i need kim steven to get contact with me A.S.A.P thank you.

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    chris says:

    March 12th, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    Well I just started 2 days ago and found all of these test you have to take pay for your own website and then get set up with a company bit I don’t know if I should go any farther after I found this site

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  • samantha says:

    March 6th, 2012 at 8:00 pm

    So how do we get our money back? Anyone???

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  • Keith says:

    February 28th, 2012 at 10:55 am

    I thank everyone for there post, it just saved me from investing in this program. Like they say if it’s too good to be true, it normally is. By the way, she’s supposed to be from my home town too. Wow what a joke. :D

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  • Shell says:

    February 20th, 2012 at 12:34 pm

    Wow! I’m glad I found this website too I was just about to sign up. I’ve notice after reading everyones blog that the person’s name changes alot. Where I’m from the lady’s name was Michelle Taylor and now when I went back in to find the website I got Kim Stevenson.

    I’m soooo glad I didn’t give up my money. They were trying to give me all these discounts first it was $97, $77, $49.50, and $29.50. People don’t have money like that to just give away when the economy is down. This is so sad to read all of these blog. Thank you God I didn’t sign up.

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    Ursula says:

    February 15th, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    Ohh dear.. Im so so so stupid… I just paid 179 dollars to sign up… and now Im reading this site and crying…

    I really thought its true… and i paid this huge money.. Then i didn’t receive any information… i was sure that you can make money straight away with posting links, and there was no where written that you need to pay extra money for making a domain and so on… so i wrote them few times that i want my refund or ill sue their company.. first ´they´ (or its a machine) were answering my mails that i need to call by phone, but no ones answering!!! i was still hoping but now im totally sure it’s a scam.. How people dare to act like this?

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    jesscia says:
    October 1st, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    you should be able to go to your bank, explain what happened, and they can get your money back. my bank has done it for me :) hope yours can

    Kris says:
    July 15th, 2012 at 7:27 am

    Good advice Jossy….but do you have to be a dick about it?

    jossy says:
    February 18th, 2012 at 2:29 am

    oh. dear just cancel the payment directly from your bank

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    steve mejia says:

    February 15th, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    I invested in this program also. Stupid me. First of all, I read the Kim Stevenson ad for E-Marketing Online System and saw the ’90 day money back guarantee’, but didn’t read the fine print. Curious I went through the steps and I paid $77.00 to get to this Premier Mentoring Program. Sure I need the extra $ like a lot of us. The person Christopher Freestone I thought was quick to take my money, since questioning me about my credit and learning I had $0.00 balance on my credit cards. He comes up with this figure of $5250.00 and I went for it, since I thought “90 Day Money Back Guarantee’. I thought “what the hell”. He talked me into it (big talker) and had me sign a contract, in which he never went over with me. He had me Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and click the box in which I signed. I decided 5 days later that this wasn’t for me,because I thought $5250.00 was a lot of $ for me right now when the bills started coming in. But when I signed the contract I had 3 days to rescind or I will not get my money back. So right now I,m trying to have them refund my money back to my credit cards. I think I’m stuck w/ that $5250.00 bill now. Please read the fine print and don’t be to quick to sign anything w/ this company. Any suggestions out there?

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  • Bev Pack says:

    February 13th, 2012 at 10:45 am

    After reading the reviews, I’m glad I didn’t sign up. BTW, your reviews saved one desperate person. Thanks.

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    Kris says:
    July 15th, 2012 at 7:29 am

    Same here Bev :)

  • Cat says:

    February 1st, 2012 at 2:41 pm

    I have recently started the eMarketing Online System thing, and just by going through the first module I thought the same thing as everyone else. That it wasn’t what I signed up for. They calling and asking me to create my own web page and that I needed them for mentoring and he wanted me to give him @$4,000.00 for the company to “hold my hand” and walk me through it. I called eMarketing’s customer service #, and explained my concerns. The very nice rep assured me that you do not have to create a website and that if I just go through the steps they will show me how to post links and give me ideas on how to contact other companies that want me to market for them. I am gonna go through the program and hopefully make some $. We shall see if it really works or not. Hope this helps anyone else confused.

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    Karen says:
    February 15th, 2012 at 11:32 am

    Hi Cat, How is the emarketing online system working for you? I am interested in joining!

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    pkm says:

    January 31st, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    Usually do go for these ads or gimmicks, but with the economy the way it is and the job market shrinking , i became a little desperate. Purchased it at a discount, discount of only 29.50!!!!! But afterwards all of the information was geared to buying domains for other websites etc, and nothing to do with what i thought i had signed up for.

    Then i checked out this site for research, and wow what i cold smack in the face of reality. If it sounds to good to be true chances are that it is. Only trust the testimony of someone that you know and that has had results one way or the other with the product.

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    Elaine says:

    January 30th, 2012 at 9:15 pm

    I just read the reviews or comments on the emarketing site. Funny how some of them sound identical (punctuation and all), but are left by different people. So to me that proves the site is leaving the comments not actual buyers. Beware!!!!

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    Cat says:
    February 1st, 2012 at 7:57 pm

    @elaine, i tried to leave a comment myself on their page, and it did not post. It said it would send my comment for approval. That told me that something wasn’t right.

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    Damian says:

    January 30th, 2012 at 9:14 am

    I bought your Social Network gold but I haven’t received yet, What happens with that?

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  • Trulite says:

    January 29th, 2012 at 3:44 pm

    I had one more field to complete and my application would have been
    finished,lost the page decided to research company before proceeding.
    I’M HUMBLY THANKFUL FOR EVERYBODIES POSITIVE INPUT THANKS!
    Knowledge is power and strength is in numbers you saved me and count- less others from being RIPPED OFF! DAM their good they almost got me.

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    BeCarefulOnline says:

    January 28th, 2012 at 9:09 pm

    Just a word of caution – whenever you feel tempted to sign up for an online/quick-cash system, do these 3 things first:

    a) put fake info into whatever input boxes there are and see what happens (also would be good if you have a handy email address for just these kinds of things), and never ever put your real contact #

    b) check the webpage computer code (in Firefox, right click the webpage and choose View Page Source, and View Page Info) – if you are not tech-savvy, read through anyways to get a feel for how they code the site. Here’s how they code the Theresa Andrews piece:

    ” Theresa Andrews from
    document.write(geoip_city());

    document.write(geoip_region());
    never thought she would work online, until curiosity got the best of her and she ordered a course from millionaire author Kim Stevenson called eMarketing Online System.”

    See the “geoip_city()” code? That’s code to get the city your computer IP address is located.

    c) click out of the page repeatedly until the price/fee gets discounted really low; if that happens, then that should make you wonder why the initial price was high in the first place – sure sign of a scam.

    If after all that, you still feel comfortable, then good luck and sign up. However, my feeling is that 95% or more of these things are scams or difficult to execute to make the money they promise.

    By the way, this review site has a link on the 7 ways to make money online – check that link out.

    GOOD LUCK!
    Rafie
    And I’m from Miami – LOL!

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  • Alebana says:

    January 26th, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    Biggest scam. These people call you once you Make your purchase and try to get personal information out of you.. The questions were so unrelated to the business that I asked the consultant to end it as I didn’t feel comfortable with the type of questions asked. I told him I was no longer interested. You could tell he got upset so he pretty much told me off and hung up. I just regret ever signing up.
    I urge for people not to trust the Kim Stevenson program. . I wished I found this site earlier

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  • Jaci says:

    January 26th, 2012 at 3:10 pm

    I just signed up – I know stupid me… Been out of work and wanting to pitch in financially. Never been out of work before. Economy totally sucks. So I signed up thinking it was gonna be a quick thing little did I know that there was gonna be alot of steps. For instance you sign up pay the fee (whatever it may be) mine was $48.50. Then it gives you these steps to follow. In the 2nd step it opens a window to the academy that has another link for a webpage.

    Don’t know if this happens all the time but I’m thinking this isn’t what I signed up for and why would i need this, is this part of what I need etc.

    So I call the quick start specialist who tells me I don’t need the webapge but then starts to interview me to see if I was qualified. I understand the interview process so that they can better get me going in the direction I want to be in but qualifying?! I was wanting to surprise my boyfriend by bringing in extra $$$ – apparently this is a family business and therefore both of us will need to be on board with this program.

    But before you get to any of this to reach the program you signed up for you see ads that you can buy additionally to make $$$ faster. Why would you want to do this before you even got to try out what you are signing up for?.

    So while I was waiting to talk to my boyfriend about this I stumbled on this review site, I called to get my refund the person who helped me was very nice and was explaining that I was able to do this on my own without the success team, hmm I thought it said the support was free so why would I be able to do it without them and do by myself?!!!

    Just so many loops and additional sales it’s ridiculous. This was suppose to be a simple program learning how to post links. I thought it was legit because of all the endorsements from reputable sources. It may be I have yet to read any reviews from someone who went all the way through it. Though the guy in the support told me we would have to agree to such a thing if/when we succeeded.

    It boggles the mind really. There are so many scams out there that we are all becoming sceptics & rightfully so. Many people have the same name so that can be easily be explained but is it coincidence that it’s the same person on the same program with the same story very unlikely.

    Good luck to anyone who goes all the way through with the program. I hope it is legit.

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    annette says:
    February 13th, 2012 at 10:36 am

    Did you get your refund? I,m where you all are they will be calling me this morning

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    Amanda says:

    January 24th, 2012 at 8:44 pm

    Can i ask a question>? How many of you writting these negative reviews have actually gone threw the WHOLE program and failed>? Im halway threw my training and i can honestly say so far that i have NOT found anything misleading me thus far…….

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    christian says:
    July 2nd, 2012 at 2:16 pm

    i just finished it and im still confused. I have created a domain, made blogs, hyperlinks and set up clickbank and all that fun stuff. But i still dont know how to go from making a website and putting hyperlinks on it, to getting traffic to that site. Any help would be great

    Mytee says:
    February 9th, 2012 at 7:56 pm

    So… Amanda… are you thru it?

  • Dia says:

    January 24th, 2012 at 3:02 pm

    So none of you have actually TRIED the site? I’m just saying, ya say theres some sites out there that will be legit but which ones, and why not this one? I want to talk to someone that has actually tried the program and making or not making money

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  • RJ says:

    January 23rd, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    Thank you for everything. I am losing my job and although, I found a new one, it’s not paying as much. I didn’t want to find a get-rich-quick site. Just something that could make the difference in my pay in both jobs. Something I could do for an hour every now and again. Then I read these. Thank God I didn’t go with it. By the way, Theresa Andrews lives in MPLS, MN too. Crazy! Thanks all!

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    Sam says:
    January 27th, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    Mine says that Theresa Andrews is from my hometown as well. It’s obvious they are just trying to make people more comfortable by making them think “Oh well that’s somebody from here! it can’t be a scam!” I guess it doesn’t work so well when you know just about everybody in your tiny town like me huh? Anyway, it’s a major red flag that they would lie about something like that. Why should they? It destroys any credibility they may have had for an obvious lie. Look at the banner for any spam, it always says it’s for your hometown. I actually saw one once that said “Do you live in “[Enter region]“, if so you could…” Like for real? It didn’t even say a place, just “Enter Region”. Anyway, I have no doubt this is a scam among the others.

    lv says:
    January 26th, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    What’s actually funny is that mine says Theresa Andrews is from Melville, NY which is where I am from. So obviously, it picks up on your IP address and changes her city each time to where you live. Crazy scam…not suprised!

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    Norm says:

    January 23rd, 2012 at 2:09 pm

    Does anyone know the 800 # I had now but cannot find. Lady told me money had not been taken off my credit card. She would cancel transaction and within 10 days the funds would be available to me well there not. So I need #. I can’t believe I’m this stupid or desperate as it may be Thanks.

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    Beth says:
    January 26th, 2012 at 10:58 am

    877-700-3515

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    Mike says:

    January 23rd, 2012 at 1:50 pm

    Hey guys and gals. Theresa is supposed to be alive and well in Owasso, OK, my hometown. No such person that I can find. I tried to sign up at the $48.50 rate and am I ever so fortunate — My bank refused the EFT transaction. The money was going to a foreign country called Mauritias. It’s an island nation of the coast of Africa. My bank always refuses transactions to foreign countries without the client’s ok. Thank you exchange bank.

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    andi says:
    February 9th, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    HA! she’s from arkansas! we’re neighbors,lol

    Mary says:
    January 29th, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    All of you are wrong because she’s from Charlotte, NC :))

    Patrick says:
    January 28th, 2012 at 7:15 am

    She lives with me in Miami Florida.. What a JOKE!!!

    Sam says:
    January 27th, 2012 at 4:36 pm

    No! She lives here in Indiana with me!

    Heather says:
    January 27th, 2012 at 10:20 am

    thanks for posting Mike, I was getting ready to sign up but your post here just changed my mind. thanks

    Jenny says:
    January 26th, 2012 at 5:48 pm

    Thought I would research this before I signed up. Glad I did…because according to my email Theresa lives in Baytown Texas.

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    Ron says:

    January 21st, 2012 at 3:40 pm

    I have made it to a phone interview where they want me to pay them $3094.00. They told me it was for the 6 months of training. Thats when I decided to back out.

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    Heather says:
    January 27th, 2012 at 10:22 am

    ommiiigaawwwwshh! after you paid your initial $49.95!!?? This is a total scam huh’ wow! Thanks for sharing!

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    lovely jones says:

    January 20th, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    I am thankful that i accidentally got directed to this page because i was actually about to sign up at the dicounted price of just 48.50 these people must be working for the devil himself!!!!!!!!!!!! In a time like this, were most people are feeling the raft of obama and friends, people are willing to gives these “gurus” a chance to help ease the pain from the resession and what do they do? Put the finishing nail in the coffin. I pray for these heartless people…. Instead of going in the hole with these actors im going to take my 48.50 and go and get a bill of groceries!!!!!!!!!

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    Nicki says:
    January 25th, 2012 at 10:39 am

    You’re so right! they should be hung my their…you know what! I, too was about to actaully CONSIDER buying this, and I am not one to fall for scams like these. I am so glad I did research (as it is my style to always research first) what a load of crap. they should be arrested for making such claims. It’s so wrong in this poor economy where so many ppl are at their wits ends, willing to try just about anything. :(

  • Alexis says:

    January 19th, 2012 at 9:11 pm

    Has anyone actually TRIED it before? I really need to know. My husband is a full time student in college. And I JUST lost my job about 3 weeks ago. We have a 2 yr old daughter. We have alot of bills to pay and expenses. I only have about $300 left in my account and it’s SOOO hard to find a job. I’m so close to buying it because it seems legit. But I also don’t want to be wrong and lose my money. But has anyone actually sat down and tried it already? Please I really want to know.

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    JJ says:

    January 19th, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    This Theresa Andrews sure does get around. Maybe she just travels a lot to promote the site…. yeah right!!! Just another site using the same tactics. Thanks again though for kindly smacking me in the face when i feel the knees buckling.

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  • tina says:

    January 18th, 2012 at 3:44 pm

    I keep going back to the emails I receive thinking maybe I should try it. I am finally convinced that I will stay clear of this site.It is definitely to good to be true. Don’t think you should have to be pay for looking for a job.

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    Jule says:
    January 18th, 2012 at 7:40 pm

    I agree

  • Freddy says:

    January 18th, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    Affiliate Marketing is a real way to make money; however, you don’t need to pay for a program. You can sign up for free on Clickbank, and if you google it there are a few more sites that host link posting. You only get paid if someone makes a purchase off the link you post and to post a well placed link takes some time.

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    Kelvin & Amber Jones says:
    January 21st, 2012 at 10:34 am

    That’s true Freddy. My wife and I are network marketers and we just recently added clickbank like 2 days ago, and we already made about $300.00. LOL! So yes clickbank does work if you know which products to brand.

  • johnathan says:

    January 18th, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    Has anyone tried to make money with the site? I’m not saying its not fake but has anyone given the effort to try and make the money that was offered? if so what happened?

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  • marie says:

    January 18th, 2012 at 12:42 pm

    almost bought this program, but thanks for the comment

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    Harvtf says:

    January 18th, 2012 at 11:16 am

    Back around the year 2000 & on and off for a couple of years, I kept searching for a legitimate, honest way to earn a living from the Internet at home.
    Unfortunately, I fell for more than one scam–it took a while (and some totally wasted money) to learn my lesson!

    I keep trying to believe that there are not so many “evil”, greedy people out there so willing to rip off the most vulnerable people in need of an additional source of income.
    I haven’t looked into any more of these offers in quite a while–until this morning.
    I’m happy that you have all posted these comments, that simply reminded me that things have NOT changed one bit!

    All these sites are the same–paid testimonials, some of which sound real, pressure to “act NOW!” only 3 spots left!
    Pictures that make you believe this is all real, and ridiculous claims of what all this should REALLY cost–but you can have it all for only $99.00!

    It’s the SAME FORMULA THAT’S BEEN USED OVER AND OVER AGAIN FOR YEARS!
    SAVE YOUR MONEY–AND THANK YOU FOR THE REMINDER TO SAVE MINE!

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    HY says:
    January 20th, 2012 at 6:05 pm

    Thanks for sharing your experiences with us…

    Jule says:
    January 18th, 2012 at 7:47 pm

    Thank you for the advise. I almost fell for it.

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    Mommyof 2 says:

    January 17th, 2012 at 3:26 pm

    I just called the 888 # and the nice lady said i would get my money back. So lets wait and see also she gave me a transaction number to call back with if i didnt get my money back

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    Mommyof 2 says:
    January 17th, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    Yep i got my money back in my account!!!

  • Mommyof 2 says:

    January 17th, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    I just spent 50$ I can not believe this. I feel so stupid. MY husband just lost his job and now im out 50 bucks just great.

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  • Lave says:

    January 17th, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    I got a email from this site…i just opened and entered my name n phone number…after that i decided to purchase the membership it showed me 29$ as discount when i refreshed the page…i thought it may be a scam and came to search for a review about it..i found the reviews here whatever happened to me to on the page…i decided not to purchase and closed the page..still shows that 29$ discount ..i confirmed its a scam…Plz dont believe the site its all FAKE!!!!!!!!n CHEATING!!!!!!!!

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    Jon says:

    January 16th, 2012 at 9:11 am

    It’s the same with all of these scams – if you type in gibberish into the ‘check your availability’ function, it always returns the same thing, and the pictures you see? thos are paid actors. It sounds too good to be true for a reason. It is possible to make money online, but like anything, you’re going to have to work for it. They – kim anderson and her ilk – make it sound wonderful because THAT’S how they get you to buy their ‘system’- and selling their system is how they make money. By the way – i kept clicking the backspace key and my offer went from whatever to 29.00!

    One more thing – try looking up ‘ebusinesshomereport.com’ and see what you find – it’s all crap designed to lure you in. Stay away.

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    Desi says:

    January 16th, 2012 at 4:42 am

    I paid $29.50 for the program and began going through “training”. Couldn’t believe how many typos and grammatical mistakes there were. I accidently closed the site and when tried to get it back saw all these reviews. I too could not have spared that money except for the idea it was an investment toward making better income. Disappointing that crooks like this can get away with stealing peoples’ money and trust. I must admit I was looking for an easy fix to a hard problem, stable income living. I know better for the next time. Costly lesson though!

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    dave says:

    January 15th, 2012 at 11:54 am

    i was almost done purchasing i got all the upgrades it came out to be 675.00$ and thank god my credit card didn’t go through so they’re waiting for me to call back they told me to call my bank instead i saw all that you guys wrote and am i happy my credit card didn’t go through .. they said all these upgrades you’d get me 5000 people to go on my site but how would i get paid for them just going there they never said people have to buy something from it SO THANK YOU ALL I WOULDA JUST LOST 675$ THESE PEOPLE SHOULD BE HURT FOR DOING THIS AND THE GIRL MISS ANDREWS LIVES IN MY AREA IM TRYING TO FIND WHERE SHE LIVES SO I CAN TALK TO HER…. BUT THANKS ALL…

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    Jay says:
    January 18th, 2012 at 9:06 pm

    Miss Andrews lives in everyone’s area ;)

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    Michael says:

    January 15th, 2012 at 5:32 am

    I went to Google to see how legit this offer was.

    I note that Theresa Andrews is also from Sydney, Australia!

    And there were three opportunities in the little village I live in!
    Enough said.

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    Loree says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    I think the person that invented this name, wanted your eye’s to see names that were trusting!! Mother Theresa, Julie Andrews. Therese Andrews. She’s like Santa…every where, but takes from you instead!!

    Kim says:
    January 21st, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    Yeah she must be cloned because she lives in Florida with me too. So sad because I thought this was a legit money maker from home. I bet Theresa Andrews doesn’t even exist!

    john says:
    January 19th, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    theresa is my neighbor too. this is a buch of crap. she is everyones neighbor.

    Brandy says:
    January 18th, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    Wait it said Theresa lived in little old Mantua Ohio??? I thought she was my neighbor ???? What a bunch of low lives

  • Lena says:

    January 15th, 2012 at 12:36 am

    I was just on the site myself about to purchase and decided to check it out before purchasing. I’m glad I found this web site because the other sites had no complaints. So THANKS for the heads up. I have been burned too many times. The thing is you post the links on your web site but how the he– do you get people to get to your site when there are so many others doing the same thing. The other thing is why do you have to pay her to work for her company if it was real she should pay us or let us or let us join for free for making her more money and why does she need us to post the links. BECAUSE PEOPLE thats how she makes her money by scamming us fools that fall for it……I Can not stand these scams they should be band form the internet. Thank you everyone for your postings and saving this fool $97.00 I truly hope you all get your money back

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  • Jay says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 10:25 pm

    I just hit refresh on the page again. Now the price is only $29.50!

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  • Jay says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    I just tried to close their sign up/ad page and was immediately offered a 50% discount.

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  • Jay says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 6:03 pm

    I also was tempted to sign up, but wanted to do a little research first. All the above comments seem to be from people who almost signed up or who signed up and immediately wanted to get there money back before trying the program. $15 per posting doesn’t sound like a lofty claim. And if you can repeat that several times a day it sounds legitimate that you could make money. Maybe I missed it in their ad, but I didn’t see where it said you don’t get paid unless someone clicks on the link you posted and actually buys the product. I thought you got paid just for posting. Has anyone actually tried working this thing? Is there any chance that it could work? Again, all the comments above seem to be from people who either decided not to try it or bailed and wanted their money back immediately after signing up, without ever trying it. I must admit, the Theresa Andrews thing is most likely a good sign that this site is less than honest. That alone is just about enough to turn mo off to it. Are there any people out there who have actually tried this and had any success?

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  • Mary T. says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 12:01 pm

    Almost fell for it too. As I was leaving the page, I got a better offer than the person above. He was offered it for 67.00, my offer was for 48.98. Glad I didn’t buy into it. I decided to check Google
    when I read the fine print and it said not I believe authorized by Google, facebook, twitter, etc. When none of these reliable sources supported, recommended it, and then they said in their own disclaimer that these were not typical results. I guess it is really true, you do need to read the fine print. Thanks to all for posting, you just saved me a lot of grief.

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  • bethany says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 10:09 am

    Oh no. I just purchased this yesterday. I saw that they will not refund my money unless I make “an honest effort”. Is this true? will they refund if I tell them I think its a scam??

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    single mom says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 9:41 am

    I’m a single mom of three kids. Working 60 hrs a week and also fell for their lies. I put in the time and paid more than $97.00 which I should of went food shopping with that money. This stupid site took up my time and when I called for help for the site they brushed me off. No one answer my calls and am feeling. depressed. Why do people prey on the innocent? I only wanted to provide extra food; cloths; shoes for my babies. Now I got a chip on my shoulder cause am in a bigger hole! I didn’t wish bad on anyone but I do believe. in KARMA. Please believe me don’t believe in their fake lies.

    Your Friend,
    Alicia Bronx New York

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    Kelly G says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 9:33 pm

    I just called the 888 number listed above and politely asked for a refund. The gentleman that answered the phone asked why and immediately processed the refund. Hopefully I will see the $97 back in my account soon.

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    Norm says:
    January 23rd, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    could I please have the 800# I have lost it and it’s been over 10 days and I still have not reversed charges and credited my account. yet.

  • Darlene says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 7:22 pm

    Thank you all for posting your comments. I too almost fell for this scam because I can’t find a job anywhere, I mean not even McDonalds. I new better and I tried to find out more info through the better Business Bureau but amazingly no one seems to have any information about the business. Yes, If it is too good too be true – listen to your inner self telling you to RUN:)

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    Gin2253 says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 5:19 pm

    I too have gotten emails of this program. I started to Research this program. I am on disability and trying to make some extra money. After reading these testimony’s I am glad I did not spend $97.00 that I do not have.

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    jknytych says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 2:28 pm

    HEY ALL! I was stupid and bought this this morning, then I researched after like a real idiot, had buyers remorse as I got scammed and wrote demanding a refund! I was given a number to call and the young lady refunded my money already!!! If you are having trouble call this # and demand your $…888-684-4706. It still seems scandalous, but they at least gave it a prompt fix (in my case).

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    MissTeen Queen says:
    January 15th, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    HELP! =(

    i bought this plus an audio book because they said it would show me how to make that little bit extra. i have called that number (888-684-4706) and it says “this number is disconnected, please check the number and try again.” i blindly spent $150 on this crap =( is it too late now to get my money back, if that number has been disconnected??

  • Dawn says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    Thank you all. I was looking into the Kim Stevenson online system. You all saved me a lot of trouble. I thought it was a scam because I didn’t put my phone number in and it told me there was 2 positions left in my town. How would they know where I lived!! I guess what they say is true. If it sounds to go to be true…it is.
    Thank you all

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    b j says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 11:58 am

    i sign up for the e marketing online system there said i get a free
    web site for signing on the guy called talk to me and wants me to get a line of credit from my bank flag went up hes to call me again today
    and after reading all this comments the red flag just got bigger
    i think i lost $50.00 on this

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    jknytych says:
    January 13th, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    Call the # I posted above and demand your refund! I got mine today with little to no trouble once I informed them I knew it was a scam!

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    jknytych says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 11:26 am

    IM AN IDIOT! We are desperate for some extra cash flow so I joined. Is there any way to get my money back :( There should be a class action law suit on these people!

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  • AK says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 9:26 am

    Thanks for telling me. I was just about to sign up when I decided to check it they were legit and from your comments i am convinced that I would have been scammed again. I was scammed a few months ago by a freelance writing website gofreelance. As soon as I paid I was knocked out of the website and I couldn’t get them on the phone or anything. It was my first time, so since then I check.

    Thanks Reviewpedia.com

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  • Nariko says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 9:18 am

    E marketing almost had me fool ugh scam

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  • Audie says:

    January 12th, 2012 at 3:23 pm

    To all you men and women that responded…bravo! I was just about to signup for eMarketing Online System when I came across “reviewopedia” and read some of your reviews. It saved me the headache of trying to get me money back! Shame on the scam-artists who pray on good willed people who are just trying to provide for there families. One day in the very near future, they will open there eyes in HELL and remember what they did to people!!!

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    Mike says:

    January 11th, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    If all this was “so easy” like they claim – three easy steps – then everyone would be freaking rich! It’s ridiculous. All these scams follow the same format. Single mom/dad or divorcee, holding multiple jobs, have at least one child under 10, sob story about losing one of the jobs and hating their boss, and they find out through another person who’s making more money than Albert Pujols and now they’re millionaires. I don’t believe that the paid for links industry is a scam itself (google has something very similar called GoogleAds or AdSense) it’s the scammers out there exploiting it to lure people into it because it always sounds nice to be financially free. The bottom line is, this isn’t a perfect world and you actually have to bust your tail in order to get that far and the few who seem to reach high income levels rather effortlessly are few and far between. I’m sure you can be successful with some of these programs but it’ll require a steep investment and a lot of diligence and time. About 95% bail. I guess it’s earning money the old fashioned way, unless something really legit ever does come along.

    p.s. The same Theresa Andrews is here in Mobile, AL too – the green-eyed hottie with the streaks in a black shirt with the chubby toddler.

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    tim says:

    January 11th, 2012 at 11:56 am

    Once you have the program, how do u drive traffic to your site?

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    al says:
    January 14th, 2012 at 9:25 am

    Get your money back and drive away from this scam.

    scammed says:
    January 12th, 2012 at 5:20 pm

    Tim don’t do it IT”S A SCA!!!

  • michelle says:

    January 9th, 2012 at 11:11 pm

    I was just about to fall for this this “Too good to be true” story before researching further and finding out that its a scam. I was on the information screen just a few seconds ago and decided to leave their web page when it flashed an even greater discount of $67.00 to become a certified linker.

    I’ve read the reviews and understand the process to be that you will not get paid unless someone purchases off that link. I really appreciate everyone’s feedback and am grateful that I came across this information.

    Good luck.
    Michelle

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  • J says:

    January 9th, 2012 at 10:54 am

    I purchased the eMarketing System because in the promo it says that you put links on your site and get paid when people click on th link. After purchasing, I found out that people have to buy in order for me to get paid. I have been calling them since Saturday for a refund and still haven’t been able to reach anyone. for those who have been successful, congratulations. I want my money back and no one is answering the phone.

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    Jose says:
    January 14th, 2012 at 11:51 pm

    Thanks
    Did you have to pay additional for building a website or buying a domain? Where do you post the links?
    Much appreciated!

    Kiranirise says:
    January 14th, 2012 at 11:02 pm

    Call the toll free # that jknytych posted above. Good luck!!

    Landy says:
    January 9th, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    I too fell for the bull (from a different company) and I got directed to my personal sales coach to help me get started and he was so full of himself that he turned me off right away and then I also realized very quickly that this was complete bull so I called the customer service line to get a refund and they couldn’t even find my account in their system – just to add insult to injury that I fell for this. Sooo….I called my credit card company and they are handling getting my refund from the so called legit company.

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    THOMAS says:

    January 9th, 2012 at 8:52 am

    Can anyone say bull!

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    Memelovsky says:

    January 9th, 2012 at 2:54 am

    I dont understand why they lie about people who have been successful with the system. The same Theresa Andews is listed in McAllen TX, If they lie, would you trust them?

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    Emma says:
    January 18th, 2012 at 11:16 am

    Funny thing is it said she was from a town about 20mins away from me. I guess that’s why they ask for you phone #. I was really into it which is odd cause I think all of these are bull but this seem pretty cool good thing I opened another tab and used Google to see what I found after reading just some of these I went back to close the window and offered me a discount lol they work hard to get you.

    Dawn P says:
    January 11th, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    My favorite is that I received the email telling me all about Theresa Andrews who lives in my town; same day my sister got the exact same email telling all about Theresa Andrews who lives in her town. Problem is, she lives in a town of less than 500 people. There is NO Theresa Andrews in her town. If you look closely at the blurred out copy of the check that the mysterious Theresa Andrews supposedly was issued, it’s quite obvious to me that she does not live in my town. My town has only one, very short word. On the check, there is at least three words for the name of Theresa Andrews’ town.

    Being from a small town in Nebraska, I am all too familiar with what BS looks like and smells like. This offer stinks of it.

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    Vippaws says:

    January 7th, 2012 at 9:30 am

    Now price to purchase is half price today. I received an email yesterday. It had a picture of a young lady(about 20 to 30 years of age) and her child named Theresa Andrews from Flowery Branch, GA. I tried to call Theresa Andrews, who was on your original contact to me. In fact the Theresa Andrews I found through Google is 50 years old and the phone number listed is to a law firm. Check out this BBB link regarding your eMarketing.

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    concerned says:
    January 10th, 2012 at 12:39 pm

    Here in Kentucky it’s the same Theresa Andrews living in Winchester KY.. same picture and everything!!! LIES LIES LIES Don’t trust them.

  • Silver Fox says:

    January 6th, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    About 5 minutes ago I received an e-mail from eMarketingonline. I did delete it just as I do with all “make money online” e-mails. I always Google the company to see what people have to say and… I would say this site is right on point.

    What the company does is not necessarily illegal (but it’s borderline) and it’s how they make money. The catch with this one is that once you complete the first training module, you will be prompted to purchase a second, and then a third, and so on. Before you make any REAL money with them you will probably have spent (as one previous poster states)a four figure amount of your own money.

    Bottom line is that they count on people not having the stamina to stick with it.

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    eMarketing Online System says:

    January 5th, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    The one time cost of $97 is for the information on how to do the SEO and profit for yourself. The reason they are willing to tell you how to do this, is because many people will buy this program and make the company more than $8k a week. Only the people who are dedicated and self motivating will succeed. As some of the other commenters pointed out, they didn’t have the stamina. If you don’t have the stamina or motivation you should not be working for yourself. This program is for people that want to win at the internet, not for people who are looking for a get quick rich scheme.

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    SA woman almost a sucker says:
    January 21st, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    I almost fell for it too, Theresas Andrews lives in Adelaide SA too. I looked at your email and when I clicked out Kim Stevenson has sent me a few emails telling me to snap up the deal as there are only 1 or 2 positions left when I sent her an email asking a few questions I have had no reply but repeated generic emails telling me I only have 48 hrs left to snap up a once in a lifetime opportunity at 50% discount (and these emails have been sent everyday for 4-5 days so much for only 48hrs left)and your spell check obviously doesn’t work . I never usually even look at these types of emails offering opportunities to make a better life for yourself so I am glad that I spent the time to research some reviews which helped me confirm my own thoughts that it was a scam. I will now happily go to work tomorrow knowing that I am making an honest living working hard like most decent people not like the scum bags that you are. If you were legit I should of had a reply to my email answering all of my questions and also you have never mentioned that the links that are posted have to actually lead to a sale, so if by any chance it could be legit you are miss informing people by telling them that they will make $15 for just posing the link with no mention about having to make a sale.

    scammed says:
    January 12th, 2012 at 5:17 pm

    you people are a FAKE and you will soon get your just rewards. Now that there are enough people out there that you have scammed you will have to pay back all the money you received for false advertising. To all others out there DO NOT FALL FOR THIS BOGUS eMARKETING BULL. ALL A FAKE SCAMMERS

    Dawn P says:
    January 11th, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    Hey, Garry, if you could come up with a different model for the picture and maybe switch up the name of the supposed “$8,000.00 per month” person every now and again, you’re scam will actually start to fool some people. Oh, and fix that stupid blurry check. If you’re addressing me in small town Nebraska–have the creativeness to at the very least leave the city, state, and zip code clearly printed. That will help you snare even more people into thinking this is a legit program and not another way to flush money down toilet.

    Garry Ferrington says:
    January 6th, 2012 at 12:47 am

    Again, what we want to know is, does it work? Have you tried it? Are you profiting? How much? I’d pay a lot more than a stinkin’ 97 bucks if I had confidence it would work.
    Of course, you’re right, too. If you buy it and just leave it on the shelf, not much is gonna happen.

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    Carl says:

    January 3rd, 2012 at 12:10 am

    Why would someone tell you how they make 8000 per month?

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    Momto3 says:
    January 6th, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    My thoughts exactly. Unless they profit from what you make as well.

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    Ruth Holm says:

    December 24th, 2011 at 3:09 pm

    I joined an Affiliate Marketing program and ended up losing a four figure cost. They said if I owned a computer and could follow instructions I could make $50,000 a month. Little did I know that it was a program that needed more coaching than I could get and I wondered if the coaches were making that kind of money themselves. I did not ask cause I knew I would not get a reasonable honest answer. After about 4 weeks of struggling thru the training program I realized I had gotten into something I was not capable of doing so I complained and asked for a refund. However, when it got down to basics, I had to accept half of the initial investment I made with a promise I would not try to stop them by having my credit card entered into the situation. I did try but was refused by the bank as their research was not good enough and even with 12 pages of others that got taken too, I finally gave up and accepted their terms. I did not have the stamina to keep pressing the issue as some of the others did get back their money but only after alot of phone calls etc. It was a bitter lesson but I learned not to fall for the hype they give you as it probably paid for by the companies that try to sell you these things.

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  • Erika says:

    December 20th, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    Look, it’s very simple. If you have to PAY someone in order to work, such as a work from home job like emarketing, then you need to treat it as a scam and DON’T buy into it. Legit jobs don’t require you to pay anything or to “purchase” whatever it is they are selling you to “learn” how to work from home. All you have to do is contact companies/businesses yourself and apply to them directly to post a link to their business websites or google or whatever. Can you really afford to get scammed out of almost $100.00, receive some pamphlet that says a whole lot of nothing and repeats itself every 10 pages that tell you, “you too can earn up to $8,000.00. Please pay attention to the part that says “up to,” there is no guarantee that you will actually earn that amount in a weeks time. You shouldn’t have to pay out any money to get any kind of work, you should be the one getting paid for doing it.

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    Raven says:
    January 6th, 2012 at 1:58 am

    While I agree that you shouldn’t have to pay to work a job, this is not a job. This is a work for yourself opportunity. And if I want to have my own business I certainly would have to pay some out of pocket costs just to get started. Just saying.

    Garry Ferrington says:
    January 6th, 2012 at 12:42 am

    Well, I know a person who paid $100.00 to start his career 7 years ago & is currently exceeding $50,000.00 profit monthly. What we want to know is, does it work, not whether I can get a crappy job with Target. I can get a lousy job and stay “just over broke” already, thank you.

    anony says:
    December 30th, 2011 at 3:46 pm

    would like to know if this person has a job that they get paid to do from home?

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    Chee Chem Tey says:

    December 9th, 2011 at 12:08 am

    Dear Readers I found these 2 sites, both are links posting job, both having the same Patricia with her 2 kids as the spokeswoman and actress and the SAME newscaster.

    http://emarketingonlinesystem.com

    requires a one-time investment of $97.00, and this is the one and only one post-link certificate award program in the world

    http://workathomemadeasy.com/
    offering it for less than the cost of a cup of coffee… just $1.95!!! Yes, you read correctly. ONLY $1.95 For a limited time offer for the first 100 sign ups, but when click the payment processor link, there is a S&H cost of $4

    copy and paste their URL s and check for yourself – are they LEGIT? I leave it to your intelligent guess, i wanted to join but first one is so expensive but second one seem cheap almost FREE. The question is are they REAL and Working? Are both screenshots FAKE?

    Any reader have tried any one of these please ADVISE the others who have yet to join ASAP

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    OL says:
    January 6th, 2012 at 11:13 am

    I read the disclaimer on the 2nd web site you asked about with under $5 fee to work. it says in a disclaimer that when you sign up with them for the first time, you start your 10-day trial period. And the full price you will be charged is actually $9.99… at the end of your 10-day trial (if you don’t cancel) they will automatically enroll you in an annual membership, which is $87.42. and by not cancelling the bonus program during the trial period or before a scheduled billing cycle, you agree that any reoccurring charges billed to you will be non-refundable. sounds like a scam to me, I’m not signing up for that crap


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