Home Wealth Solution Reviews – Legit or Scam?

 


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The website for Home Wealth Solution looks eerily similar to several other internet marketing courses previously reviewed on this site.  Just like its predecessors, this site is also being promoted through several well crafted fake news sites.

These are the exact type of “news” sites that the FTC has targeted and is in the process of shutting down.  These sites fail to properly indicate that they are in fact promotional pieces designed to sell products and not actual news sources.

Career-reports.com is the website promoting Home Wealth Solution, by profiling a Florida Mom, Katie Jenkins, who uses Google to earn $379 a day.  The website and everything on it is completely fabricated, and similar versions of Katie’s story have been used to sell hundreds of different get rich quick schemes.

So What Is the Home Wealth Solution?

Based on the earnings screen shots from their sales page, it seems that they are selling an affiliate marketing course, where the basic concept is to promote other people’s products for a commission.

This is a popular method for making money online, however it is no where near as easy as they make it seem.  According to them, “all you need is basic typing skills and internet access…”  This is purely a sales pitch.  If you want the real truth behind affiliate marketing, just log on to any internet marketing forum to read about people’s real daily struggles trying to make it in this business.

Is Home Wealth Solution a Scam?

While it may not be an outright scam, since they do claim to offer a 60 day money back guarantee, there are definitely a lot of red flags and enough warnings to stay away from this program.

The fact that it’s sold at such a low price point generally means that they’ll try to hit you with some up-sells down the line.  The main thing to watch out for here is that while the main program is hosted on a 3rd party payment processor, be careful of any up-sells that would put you at the mercy of Home Wealth Solution for a refund.

Update: This program is also being sold under the name Online Income Solution.

If you have purchased the course and need to contact someone for support or to request a refund, you can do so at support@homewealthsolution.com.  Or if you want to go straight to the payment processor you can do so at the Plimus customer support page.

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Average Rating for " Home Wealth Solution " is 1.13 out of 5 based on 92 reviews.

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    Jeefnyse says:

    March 10th, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    www.milliondollarincome.com stole $4.95 from my credit card they got nothing to show they are scam I try to cancel they Put a fake number on their website when u call they said its a wrong number (855) 227-5567 something like that i also try to send them an email they do not respond its fake fake hope thry get arrested.

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  • Chris says:

    February 14th, 2013 at 11:32 am

    Been getting emails from these idiots all day. SPAM SPAM SPAM SPAM

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  • b smith says:

    October 18th, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    i was about to join a company called home cash package – james parker,is this the same scam package or what.if it seems to good to be true it probably is any views please

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    JBJblaze says:

    June 15th, 2012 at 9:04 pm

    I haven’t tried, and never will. They’ve used two of my friends’ emails to advertise their crap to me, I complained, then they asked for their emails they used. After this: there is NO DOUBT they are a scam, and should be arrested.

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    Fred says:

    February 18th, 2012 at 3:05 pm

    Yes and Impactki is affiliated with Home Wealth solution.

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    Joe says:

    February 18th, 2012 at 3:03 pm

    Be careful. Ryan Riddle is operations manager of impactki and he was general manager for Iworks. The FTC initiated legal action against iWorks for allegedly scamming consumers out of $275 million. Jeremy Johnson as owner and Ryan Riddle as General Manager are some of the defendants. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705364802/Federal-judge-freezes-assets-of-iWorks-Jeremy-Johnson-in-alleged-Internet-fraud-case.html

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    Lynda Burgess says:

    January 30th, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    I signed up with this company as Home wealth solutions it had all the credentials from cnn, cbs etc and was advertised for a low price said it supplied the web site etc. however I got diverted to a company stating the same name but was called maverick marketing, I sent a letter as required with in 72hours requesting a refund of $590.00 I put it on a pre paid credit card ACE which my uncle bought originally for 2500.00 part of a inheritance he received the place where we purchased it knew he bought two cards and gave one to me the maverick marketing called me back not happy but said they would refund my money but it had to be on the same card I gave them the number again and was told it woul be on there in 24 hours it was not and I have recieved no further contact with them telling me of any problems in the refund process or anything at first the quality assurance guy was nice then moved to berating me for my choice and I had done it he agreed in the allotted time agreed on the contract and I was contacted by coaches to help me set up my web site and I honestly did ot expect to make alot of money daily I would have been happy with a couple ohundred a week orm may 500. 00 dollars a month which was alot less than they said would happen I was willing to put in the time and training but this was also dipping into my disability money and I have and associates in computer science not repairs but program usage and there time for product set-up and web set up was a little disturbing I did no need a month or two training for web set up and made this clear and was contacted and requested a refund due to red flags in my head and finding out I had been way sided to a company not the one that was confirmed and listed as the top three by better business I ye have to receive my refund and am looking for recourse because I have checked the card and now time on the temp ACE card has run out Now I just want my money back. because I live on social security disability and was taken advantage of when i was am am desperate to meet my bills monthly on an 688.00 monthly income.

    sincerely lynda burgess

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    Paul says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 7:14 am

    Yes I did try it, knowing it was likely to be a fake and indeed I made no money and they lead you into trying to part with more and more money. So DO NOT SIGN UP. Google the company and you will see multiple hits for a small office in a back street in Colchester.(See Google earth) Companies House info appears to suggest multiple companies set up at this set with minimal share capital and each one dissolved within a short period of time. Beware those Directors doing this. You can not hide behind the veil of incorporation for too long before the LAW will catch you out. ALMOST certainly a MULTIPLE SCAM operation.

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    Guy says:

    December 22nd, 2011 at 9:01 am

    I would like to know how they send me emails from my daughters email when she is not sending the email

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    JBJblaze says:
    June 15th, 2012 at 9:11 pm

    They did the same to my two friends’ emails!

    MJ says:
    February 7th, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    They sent my son emails that said they were from me.

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    Christian - Denmark says:

    December 15th, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    Was also lured into paying the 20 USD, by an ad on a friends linkedin. Have not worked with Home wealth solutions since and have now mailed them in order not to receive any more mails from them(getting 3-4 pr. day). Was although very surprised as I one week after I had signed up, received a phone call from a Women from the company who wanted to help me set up my account, so I could get started. Was busy at the time, so I got a phone number I could call back, but I never did.

    Still felt a bit uncertain on how much a scam this is – or if they are just exagerrating. Guess I will never find out, as I have decided not to waste any time on it. For my curiosity: Isn´t there anyone out there who just made a little money, but then found out it was to hard and stopped. Seems that people either had huge succes or they feel they have been scammed. Lets hear from those who can confirmn it works, but made to little????

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    AB says:

    November 4th, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Home Wealth Solutions is making false statements for example, check out BBB . They actually have a “F”
    rating not “AA” as stated on their site and they are not accredited as they also claim. There are currently 23 complaints filed against this person/persons .
    Scam in my opinion.
    Beware.

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  • Peter in Shanghai says:

    October 28th, 2011 at 10:41 pm

    I received an email from a Marcose Stout telling about the news article. Ususally I dont bother however in my curiosity i checked the link out which took me to a FAKE NBC news article. As already commeted above this site has no other links than to THERE SCAM website…..guys always be aware and ALWAYS ALWAYS google before you pay for any kind of service on the net, regardless of how they promise you making money or purchasing products. BE AWARE!!!!

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    garry says:

    October 19th, 2011 at 1:44 pm

    I just yesterday fell for this scam, the link was sent to me by a friend (maybe). Luckily when they tried to recieve payment for this they entered the wrong expiry date for my credit card, a stroke of luck!!! I have since cancelled my card and unsubscribed to their e-mails. I thought it sounded like a good way to make some extra money, unfortunately I didn’t do my research beforehand but I haved learned from this experience.

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  • Yoshida says:

    October 13th, 2011 at 2:55 pm

    Thanks everyone for the comments. I was about to be duped.
    James Parker Homewelth Solution.biz contacted me a number of times for good money job. The third time he emailed, and then looked it up on the net and found those comments. Thanks.

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    Denae says:

    October 10th, 2011 at 11:22 am

    hmmm, I feel like the biggest loser of them all. I didnt lose $20.00. I lost $179.00. Terrible.

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    Anne says:

    October 6th, 2011 at 7:23 am

    This is definetly a scam. I purchased this program on 8/25 and never received any information to even start this program. All emails I wrote were not returned. I will have to call the credit card company and see if I can get my money returned. Just beware of this scam

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    Lynn says:

    September 16th, 2011 at 10:45 am

    I received a nice little e-mail from a girl from craigslist after her product was sold she claimed that she did not see my e-mail because it had gone into the spam and for the mishap she was sharing this great program that she had found and that her sister was signing on and that they only had two openings in our area available and to take a look because she was making $800 a week and had just signed on 2 months ago – total BS. Anywho, they did sucker me for the $19.97 – received e-mail about 5 seconds later with confirmation. DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME EFFORT OR ENERGY ON THIS.

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    Gufran says:

    September 11th, 2011 at 6:48 am

    This is purely a scam and they will not refund you!!! do not waste your money on this. I have given them the first US$19, after that they ask for more money. so friends, do not waste your money.

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  • judy says:

    September 6th, 2011 at 9:39 am

    i was about to join homecash access 44.com is this the same company you’re talking about?

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    rhean says:

    September 6th, 2011 at 5:38 am

    I paid almost $20 to join then almost $17 to upgrade VIP. For VIP I get 44 internet business e books free. I created a website to sale their digital products in homebuilders but then I only have 1 month free trial after 1 month i have to pay almost $10 monthly. To get customer they recommend to register BidAds which gives free $20 credits, they advertise it and every click from customer, you have to pay, when the free $20 all gone, Bid will charge from your credit card, then google and etc… I know when I spent those money, i could not get it back. I earn zero from this program because nobody bought the products I chose to advertised. It is up to you to try it. I just share my experience.

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  • Leon says:

    September 5th, 2011 at 1:48 am

    HWS is now using GTS Online (g2s.com) as their billing processor.

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    Renie says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    I know I have been duped. They took my $1997 right off the bat and I didn’t have one iota worth of help with this product. I have been trying to get someone to respond to me for the past week to get a refund. No luck as of to date. I am mad as hell. Don’t fall for it. This is my first time to be duped.

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  • Louise Norris(David) says:

    August 31st, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    After reading these reviews. Now I feel that I was duped and I am going to call the credit card company and cancel the order. I should of known better. And had done further checking on the website. Luckily I did not order order any more of their offers. Anybody else checking on this site.BEWARE.

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    Jeanna says:

    August 30th, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    i purchased this supposed money making scam on Aug. 5 and still have not received any information. Does anyone have a phone number where i can reach them?

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  • Yulinda says:

    August 30th, 2011 at 12:40 pm

    I nearly purchase this package . After submitting the payment form, the webpage hang and payment was not successfully approved.
    After reset, I was lead to this review page.
    Thanks

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  • John says:

    August 29th, 2011 at 6:19 pm

    Really almost purchased this!!! What clued me in was the fact that they push u to purchase in 5 mins so I said to myself … Let me “google” the reviews!! Lol here u r!! THANKS!!

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    Leslie Seis says:

    August 29th, 2011 at 11:23 am

    This is a total scam and they will not refund you!!! do not waste your money on this it does not work you will end up spending more money than you make.

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    serena says:

    August 28th, 2011 at 6:30 pm

    I went to a news reporting website (News Daily 7) that had a fake article about Home Wealth Solution. Check it out: http://jobs-journal.net/finance-news7h/7dailyjob.html. This is obviously a fake news channel and website. If you click on any of the news subject tabs that is supposed to take you to other news, e.g., US, World, Politics; it takes you to the Home Wealth Solution homepage. There is no legitimate links on this news article, meaning that this was just a made up news article created by Home Wealth Solutions.

    I came across Home Wealth Solutions because a friend on Facebook had this posted on his wall. It said: I just made $661 today working a few hour from home check out how i made it! http://t.co/BEtkclq. (Yes, this is the exact statement, bad grammar and bad spelling included). I asked him about this and he said he did not make that post and that someone hacked into his Twitter account.

    Folks, HWS is not a legitimate business. It definitely smells fishy!

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  • Jeanette says:

    August 26th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Thank you all – including those commenting for saving Another from a scam..

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  • Bonny says:

    August 26th, 2011 at 2:42 am

    Alarm bells started ringing when I read on their site how That was googles way of opening doors for the public to make money then later I read below that they are not affiliated, associated or sponsored by Google (quite contradicting huh!) Thanx guys for confirming my fears at least you saved me some $20, though I have to admit those are smart thieves.

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    Branden Singh says:

    August 25th, 2011 at 9:34 am

    I was interested in making money from home and unfortunately started the process of ordering from Home Wealth Solutions. After I was asked to make up phony reviews the bells started to go off. Once the third request for my credit card information came up for a “free” add-on, I started to try to get a refund. One of the selling points was free support. The order was placed 3 days ago and I have sent 5 emails to “live support” never receiving any contact yet. The money back guarantee is obviously not true and any customer support is non-existent. The hard sells and up sells are extremely pervasive in the website. After doing some research (should have been sooner) they are being investigated for fraud. Beware!!!

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  • Jessica says:

    August 25th, 2011 at 9:02 am

    I just signed up and saw these comments the 19.97 transaction is pending how do I cancel it??? My story is the same as everyone else’s I just hope they don’t use my email to do this to my friends & family…

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    michele says:

    August 23rd, 2011 at 1:20 am

    This is a total scam…do not be fooled! Unfortunately I was, but they only took me for $19.97.They claim to offer a full 60 day money guarantee back..but when you see the terms and condition you must realize that this will never happen.They require you to try the “product” for at least 2 weeks and ask for technical support before you qualify for a refund.

    When you pay your initial joining fee and advance to become a member, all sorts of interesting things are flashed in front of you ie. VIP status..that costs another $16.After you go from page to page they dangle carrots in front of you suggesting “this is a one and only time offer ,made available to only a few new members”…the price normally $197 reduced to $97!I did not click that box,but when I proceeded to the next page the same “offer” became $67…I forwent that also…and low and behold it reduced again to $47..saying I only had 24 hours to accept this amazing offer which would enhance my earning skills on their “home wealth solution” earning scheme.

    DO NOT BE FOOLED….IT IS MOST DEFINITELY A SCAM. The reason I fell for this,fortunately,not hook line and sinker,was that I received an email from some one I know. It read like this….

    21/08/2011- my thoughts have been scattered lately I’ve come to realize that money never sleeps I was able to get back on my feet with this! http://winiarnia.cba.pl/GrahamKing25.html I am headed right for the top you are cut out for this did you know there was internet money like this?

    When you click on the link you arrive at this advertising page and follow the link to join from there…My friend informed me later in the day that her email account had been hacked..but it is now back to normal…So be warned. It is a scam.

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  • jaclyn says:

    August 20th, 2011 at 9:02 am

    I just tried to join in a minute ago, using my debit card and it was declined. Later before I run my credit card, i have a gut feeling that I should check out first if the Home Wealth Solution is a scam or not…and found this review. Thank God and thank you all for your reviews, I almost got myself swindle by this scam online..I hope ppl will be lucky enough to saw this review before using their credit card $19.97

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  • yohan says:

    August 20th, 2011 at 4:51 am

    OMG this is a real mess. I almost sign in ,in this website, thank God I’ve been lead to this review ,thx 4 ur honest comments too folks

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    TiredOfSlimyUpSellTraps says:

    August 15th, 2011 at 11:10 am

    These types that show off their wealth and use pyramid schemes saying they are not…are actually accumulating thousands of $19.97 registrations and for some reason scaring off New Potential customers with a HUGE UPSELL before you officially log on. Why would they do anything so greedy as that? They discouraged me and I responded with a request for refund only to be turned down if I don’t continue for a minimum of 2 weeks training. Training that is loaded with UPSELL. My credit card company will try to cancel and refund for me BUT BE PREPARED PEOPLE for more charges to your account. You might have to restart your credit card with a new number.

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    john so says:

    August 14th, 2011 at 1:03 am

    Those scumbags somehow accessed my address book and are sending spam to all my contacts. How do I stop this?

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    Mark says:

    August 11th, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    I too was forwarded their information from a close friend whose email, I later found out, had been hacked (my pastor’s daughter, nonetheless). I was (am) in the middle of creating a Christian website and was interested in learning effective yet inexpensive SEO techniques. Here’s my opinion of HWS – they completely misrepresent what you will be able to do and obviously there’s a problem when they contact you via hijacked e-mail accounts. The site they offer to build for you is complete garbage, the products from their recommended affiliate are by no means something you would boast of selling unless you pride yourself on hustling people, and the amount they charge for hosting is ridiculous (about $25/month). They are a scam company looking to prey upon the greedy, the ignorant, the lazy, and most tragically – the desperate.

    Having said all that, the hundreds of pages of training materials and training videos I had access to were well worth the $20. It is all information I could have slowly accumulated for free, but it would have taken a long time. If you’re intelligent and willing to diligently study their training materials (this requires honest introspection)and looking to start a real website then there are some great tips.

    I have no stake in this – really – but this is how you do it on the cheap… get your primary domain registered (godaddy or whoever, it doesn’t much matter – don’t spend more than $15 for a years registration) then let that site sit. Go to a site like wix (or others like it) and they let you set-up a site development area where you can build your site for free until you’re ready to publish it to your primary domain. The building tools are all graphical and easy to use so no programming skills required, but it’s still challenging and not for the stupid.

    The catch is that you have to use wix as your host, but their rates are competitive (there are other sites just like them, just be sure you know their monthly hosting fees so you don’t get ripped off when it’s time to go live and after your site is all built). You don’t need HWS for any of this and in fact are better off without them. Regarding finding affiliate programs and signing up with them, all you need to do is google “affiliate marketing programs.” ClickBank, CommissionJunction, Share-A-Sale, Linkshare are just a few (and of course there’s also google’s affiliate program – it’s the best, but your site has to meet with their approval, ie, a real site with real content not just a sell you junk site).

    Best of luck and God bless. Sorry they took advantage of you.

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  • Charles Selley says:

    August 11th, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    I received an e-mail from my Sister which was “hacked” into & all her contacts were sent the following 2 e-mails:-#1 “filing for bankruptcy was a real wake up call despite the circumstances I stayed optimistic theres nothing else that compares with this!! gst.uk.com/JasonJackson70.html now I’m on top of my game youll see what I mean Dont say I never help anyone!”.

    #2 “the pressure of providing for my family was too much money never sleeps right away I took advantage of this! www.anceriz.co.za/RobertJones13.html now nobody disrespects me this will be worth your time You will thank me for this!

    Home Wealth Solutions offered a 12 month 1-2-1 training programme for just over £4,000 … they expected me to give them my Credit Card details over the phone … alarm bells rang!!!!

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  • Jay Hettiarachchy says:

    August 11th, 2011 at 9:39 am

    @Jamie who said “I received an email from a teacher of mine regarding this business. I signed up for this 4 weeks ago and have already received 2 checks from them. I see there’s many negative reviews, I must have gotten lucky somehow.”

    1)Could you please give more details how you got lucky and what you did to make money and how much did you make? It would be nice to know that you are a real person who made real money and not someone who is employed by those who seem to sell snake oil online – Home Wealth Solutions

    2) Could you also tell us about your teacher who blessed you with this wealth. Did he get rich as well? Could you get him to write to us who were duped by these people what he did and how he did it and got his/her student also involved in this quick get rich business.

    Inquring minds want to know. We already lost $19.97. There will be so many others who will lose on this if we allow it to go on.

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    Jamie says:

    August 10th, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    I received an email from a teacher of mine regarding this business. I signed up for this 4 weeks ago and have already received 2 checks from them. I see there’s many negative reviews, I must have gotten lucky somehow. I have nothing but a positive experience from them.

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  • Jay Hettiarachchy says:

    August 10th, 2011 at 11:07 am

    This operation has to be reported to FBI and FTC so that it is shut down fast. Once you pay $19.97 they got you. They don’t refund it. They say unless you try it out they will not refund the $19.97.In order to try out you need to pay more and more, create your web site (pay for that too in hundreds of dollars. It is all pie in the sky. They give you the language of the agreement not to refund your money. Those people who send you e-mails after they got your e-mail address and phone number could very well be bogus people. Many unsuspecting people are getting deceives by these con artists fast.

    If you get duped do the following:
    1) cancel your credit card number. Get the credit card company to dispute the payment. You have the right to change your mind if you are not satisfied with what you see.Otherwise the credit card company is also a party to the scam.
    2)report this operation to FBI and FTC.
    3) Have legal action against them. This is a fraud and a scam
    4) warn your Facebook friends to be careful. I saw this on Facebook. The person who is supposed to have earned $560 within a day in the posting he placed told me he never posted the message. This means they get into your Facebook profile too.

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    Maria says:

    August 10th, 2011 at 8:39 am

    I first signed in because the money you give to sign in is not much at lot. after continuing the process i’ve noticed that they get to the trap to keep purchasing and at the and you can’t finish that easy as they said. is not really trustful

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    Amanda B says:

    August 9th, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    This is a TOTAL FRAUD!!! My money was taken out within minutes. I did recieve an email letting me know that the payment was recieved. But thats it!!!! I hope these people are stopped. With this economy 19.97 is alot of money especially for a single girl barely making it. I thought I had found away to supplement my income but instead I lost money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    susan says:

    August 9th, 2011 at 11:50 am

    THIS IS A SCAM!!! DON’T BE FOOLED! I AM REPORTING THEM TO BBB.

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    Phil dupply says:

    August 9th, 2011 at 8:46 am

    Hey guys,

    I dont understand why everyone is complaining.
    I joined up about 3 weeks ago.. I followed the instructions ( I didnt use BidVertiser)but i used the SEO ( search engine otimisation) I am currently making between $40 – 85 a day from sales, I am using the Paid surveys and seems to be a good selling point. It might not be as much as the ad says but still making more then I thought:)

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    Jay Hettiarachchy says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Please report this scam to FTC. Here is the place to report. https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/, I paid $19.97using my credit card. After getting into the program details, I kicked myself for signing up paying my credit card. Someone I trusted posted the URL for this home wealth business on Facebook. When I knew that it was a fraud, I called the person who posted the URL on Facebook to find that he never did post such a thing.

    I am taking action against these people by 1) canceling my credit card 2) getting the credit card company to dispute the payment 3) reporting them to FBI/FTC 4) I am considering legal action if all these do not result in getting my credit card payment refunded. It is not the $19.97 that matter. The cheating of people that bugs me.

    Please do your part by reporting and not just talking about it. Talking about it helps but that won’t result in stopping this scam. I also learned from my credit card company that this fraudulent business is conducted in the U.S from a middle eastern country..

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  • brianna says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    Wow I was about to sign up for it. But I got this gut feeling that I should check out the reviews on it. So I’m very thankful that I did. I don’t have money to be giving away. Thank you to all who put the truth out.

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    Julia says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 7:26 am

    This company is a total fraud and a scam. My credit card even flagged it as fraud when I paid! I have repeatedly tried to get my 60 money back guarantee and I will not stop trying. I will also be posting on every review I can. This is false advertising and a total scam. I reported them to the BBB online as they promise “free” stuff and then charge you more and more! It’s outrageous that these people can get away with this. DO NOT buy Home Wealth Solutions!

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    Gary says:

    August 5th, 2011 at 2:01 am

    DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER HOME WEALTH SOLUTIONS. TOTAL SCAM THEY DO NOT REFUND YOU – THEY ARE CROOKS AND THIEVES. STAY AWAY FROM HOME WEALTH SOLUTION BEWARE OF THE CROOKS WEBSITE www.homewealthsolution.com —BAD NEWS!

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    Roger says:

    August 3rd, 2011 at 4:39 pm

    This is a scam. They will take your “one time” charge and then charge you more and more to host a website, and then they will call you repeatedly to upsell you more crap. DON’T BUY! REPORT THEM TO THE FTC.

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    j. kessler says:

    August 3rd, 2011 at 9:01 am

    This is really a scam folks. My sister’s email just got hacked and a message sent to her contacts endorsing this. DON’T buy it!

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    Shelly Steimetz says:

    August 3rd, 2011 at 8:13 am

    This is definetly a scam as soon as I paid I was taken to the next page where they wanted yet another payment to get the directions to start making money.Don’t pay or give any info. It’s a run around pain in the ass to try to get your money back.
    very disappointed,
    Shelly

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    Kimmie says:

    August 2nd, 2011 at 1:23 pm

    The guy on the phone also said to me it takes money to make money, if you want to make a million you have to put in a million, if you want to make 100′s of 1000′s then you have to put that in, if you want to make $20 then u should open a lemon aid stand! What an Ass!

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    Kimmie says:

    August 2nd, 2011 at 1:14 pm

    I also was scammed like all of you…Paid the $20 didn’t pay any more, made the website then they ask for more money. The next morning I tried to find a number to get my refund…but couldn’t find it. This morning someone from Home Wealth calls me trying to get me to put more money out…I just kept saying I want my refund! They eventually hung up on me! I called one of the numbers above and they said I have to wait to get my statement in my mail and call that number. So now I wait I guess!

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  • melissa says:

    August 1st, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    I just received a email from home solutions the link they gave took me to an info page then to the payment page doesn’t tell you how much it cost just asks for your name etc and then the credit card info…the support email you gave is not valid my mail came back returned thank goodness I didn’t purchase this program… its even on a so called “legit” site that says top3workathome.com.

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    danielle says:

    July 31st, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    Thank you, thank you, thank you, I almost signed up with this company, but decided to do some research first. Needless to say I will not be giving them any of my information. Thank you all for commenting to help make others aware

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  • aaron says:

    July 30th, 2011 at 9:51 pm

    Always do an internet review of any company on the net before you deal with anyone. only takes a minute. NEVER use a credit card on the internet. always use a debit card on the net & only put money on it when you plan to use it. debit cards are a dime a dozen. no one can charge a debit card if you don’t have funds on it.

    These two steps alone will prevent billions of $$$ from being scammed every year. 99.97% of e-mail income offers are scams. Anyone can create a website with every corporate & media logo there is & take pictures of people holding fake checks & bank accounts. but no one has actually ever seen any of these so called programs on cnn or abc or the today show or anywhere else.

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    Jane says:

    July 30th, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    This is a scam-I will be reporting this website

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    Steve W. Sagely says:

    July 29th, 2011 at 8:12 pm

    Listen Folks, This is a true down to earth SCAM, I went through every page even the videos to learn how to become successful in this scam, I invested only 19.97 and of course want to be refunded and it does not look as if that will ever happen, also had to cancel the credit card and have a new one issued so that no further transactions be made against it, I called tried to get a refund and was told I only had two transactions pending with no amounts _ODD_ so then I said just cancel and do not let these people make any transactions on my card again, they sent me a email stating the transactions were canceled I went back intyo my emails to look for the receipt from the 19.97 purchase and it looked really fake but did say reply to this email with any questions, I sent them a very nasty reply about my 19.97 and will keep you guys updated if I ever hear from them if not oh well I hope them bitches choke on that 19.97 cause God provides for those whole are humble to him, let they will eventually get caught and a end will come to their scam…Thanks for all the helpful info..

    Steve
    Shelbyville, Texas

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    Tom Cornwell says:

    July 29th, 2011 at 1:09 am

    Someone with this website got ahold of my email address and sent out fake emails from me like I was sending this to my friends. I think this is out and out sham and should be shut-down, I hope they get busted big time.

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    HWS WHISTLEBOLWER says:

    July 28th, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    Hi, I am the “HWS WHISTLE BLOWER” here to tell you about my experience with this company. These a**holes don’t even deserve (1) star but that’s all I could put. I found this company when I began searching the internet for a way to pay off my debt, my mortgage and live a life that very many of us only dream of.

    I was able to get the basic package for $4.97 after I had declined the package twice after having a last minute change of mind. This was an immediate red flag because I don’t know of any legitimate company that would say okay we can give it to you nearly 95% cheaper if you refuse the most expensive package, but just like you desperate and hoping I accepted. It was just away to lure you in and get your credit card information so they can began luring you into more payments.

    Then I was taken to another section to upgrade to the VIP package after reading how it would give you the better service and more ways of getting more income. Once again I declined twice and I was able to get the package for $16.97 75% cheaper than the most expensive package. Another red flag but by now I felt like I was into deep and couldn’t stop, praying that it was maybe the solution to my problems. I was also taken to a webpage http://la-sentinel.com when I declined. With a guy supposedly named JOHN EVANS boating about how this product works blah, blah, blah. You don’t even know if that guy is who he says he is or if he even tried it the program. i believe its another one of HWS websites to get you to keep buying more.

    Just like you I feel pray to this BS and I continued, then I am directed to the section requesting than I should upgrade my Homewebsitebuilder.com account to PRO account to 10 websites instead of one, a potential to make more 10 times the money. I also declined that 3 times and was told i have 24 hours to upgrade or I would end up paying the full amount once again the opportunity to earn more money hit me again and I accepted.

    A few days later I received a call from a guy named MATT (1)-866-560-9543 ext (309) with a company named on my caller ID STERLING BUSINESS (502)-473-6323. I answered the phone and he stated whom he was and the company name which he was with, which I thought this was a bit suspicions since I was expecting a call from somebody with HOME WEALTH SOLUTIONS OR HOME WEBSITE BUILDER. Something just wasn’t fitting right, too many different phone numbers and company names. I also remember calling the 1-866-560-9543 number tom speak with Matt to reschedule a phone interview and the person that answered the phone stated another company name.

    By now I have low hopes and strange feelings that their was something not right. The whole time in the back of my head I was saying to myself to STOP, but I couldn’t stop thinking of my debt. After speaking with my wife she said research more on the company, then the truth comes out. ripoffreport, www.bbb.org, www.reviewopedia.com, www.google.com and many other websites speaking about how fraud and scam written HWS was. Heck, if you just go to www.google.com and began typing the company name Home Wealth Solutions the word SCAM pops up.

    So I had enough I logged onto www.plimus.com, clicked contact us strolled down and called Plimus at (1) 866-312-7733 spoke with a lady named Jennifer who told me that they get over 17 calls a day with people canceling this company reporting fraud, I couldn’t believe it but I was not surprised. She politely without any problems refunded my money and i she also put that no other transaction on my credit card with this company be transacted.

    Right now I am still working on two refunds that I want but have yet to be successful. It’s the refund for the Basic and VIP Program it’s not through Plimus.com. If anyone knows how to get these refunds please let me know.

    I also would like everyone reading this to report them to www.ftc.gov, and any other company that you can report scam companies. Help me win this fight to STOP this from happening to others.

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    Traci tusa says:

    July 28th, 2011 at 2:53 pm

    They will take ur $ ….DONT GET MIXED UP WITH THIS COMPANY……

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  • herb says:

    July 28th, 2011 at 12:52 pm

    I need help to cancel please advise cannot find where to go to cancel

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  • Charan says:

    July 28th, 2011 at 10:09 am

    I have purchased Basic Program yesterday and after going through the reviews on this page, thought of requesting for refund using the link provided (Plimus Customer Support Page) above. But, even after inserting correct order number and e-mail ID, the request is not processed and it is being re-directed to a page where it dispalys the following message:

    The email address that you entered (xxxxxxx@xxx.com) is not the email address used when the order was placed, to ensure your security we need to verify your relationship to this order before we can continue.

    And, despite entering correct e-mail ID again, phone number, and city name, still the request is not processed and after couple of attempts some message is being displayed saying the server is down or page is expired etc. Hence, it is very clear based on experience that Home Wealth Solutions is one another fraud in internet marketing cashing peoples emotions. I am not sure whether am going to get back my money ($19.97). Please guide if anybody had such experiences already and a solution to approach in order to get the refund. Thank you.

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    catherine says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 10:50 pm

    can someone please give me the number to cancel this account please please help me i do not wanna pay every month for this scam!!

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    joyce says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 10:27 am

    Home Wealth Solutions is a scam! They have somehow gotten hold of my address book, and are sending fake e-mails to my friends addressing them as if I send them the e-mail. The from e-mail is yahoo web161427.mail.bf1.yahoo.com , and it says on behalf of my e- mail address with the www. site http://nbc7nightly.com/articles/money/1923003 How can we stop these scammers? who do we turn them into…

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  • Mindi says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 4:20 am

    I was declined too and do they have access to my account??? Please I need to know

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  • Kas Kai says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 3:42 am

    Thanks for the comments guys. I was just about to make a payment, having seen the advert and info on my iPhone. For whatever reason, just thought ‘Let me read what others are saying.’ (I had already made up my mind) I sure was not expecting this deluge of negative experiences. Like Tiffany rightly put it- we are in hard times already, we could do without all this. Good luck to those who are knee-deep in it already, n thanks for the heads-up

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    Tiffany says:

    July 26th, 2011 at 8:49 pm

    I am so upset with myself! I knew in my gut as i entered my credit card info that this probably wasn’t the most legit deal… but sure enough i clicked enter and i thought ok now whats next… it was page after page of addons that i refused to do because i had already sunk $20 into this. and i am at the part where i need to make my website… so i get to the last step and you HAVE to buy a ‘host’ for your ‘website’ which from reading others responses on here is nonexistent! and the host you have to purchase is a fee of $9.99 a month… so i walked away… i haven’t done anything else and i have a feeling i should call this plimus number and get my refund… i feel really dumb and very taken advantage of… its almost a feeling of embarrassment! I would never wish this upon anyone and it is just so wrong. We are struggling enough in this world… why make it worse? i just hope and pray that they don’t keep deducting money from my account and i don’t have to change my account.

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    ray says:

    July 26th, 2011 at 7:15 am

    somehow, I just got saved by my payment not being done for some reason even though i tried thrice. thanks guys for the comments, they saved me from tryin again.

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  • yesha says:

    July 24th, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    i found the link which support the billing process for home wealth solution…….. its not plimus anymore….. it is billed by g2s gate to shop . here is the link http://www.g2s.com/contact-us+

    if any one can able to contact this customer support please let me know

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  • Tomás Baia says:

    July 24th, 2011 at 6:58 am

    I have already submitted my subscription online two days ago. Is this website james Parker’s Home wealth Solution?

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    Balaji says:

    July 23rd, 2011 at 10:31 am

    I paid $19 and joined these people. Then they asked me to create a website and after that, it’s pay this to upgrade, pay that and it is definitely not easy!!!!!!! When I wanted a refund, I was asked to send a mail to customer support or contact Plymus support which asked me for details of the last 4 digits of my card number & my mail ID. Guess what! They say they do not have any records of my order and requested me to send my reference number from the mail I received, which I definitely did not receive! Please let me know what to do next.

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    Andrew Soki says:

    July 21st, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    Yes there is a way to get your money back call Plimus 1 858 358-7473. You will need you order Number and they will promptly refund your money.

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    Shela says:

    July 20th, 2011 at 9:55 pm

    Truly another SCAM! I paid and within 2 days decided this was not for me, requested a refund, but was told, I could not get one and would not correspond with me any further. Every company I’ve ever heard of will comply with a refund request with 3-5 business days. I hope some type of legal action is taken against this company very soon.

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    ben says:

    July 20th, 2011 at 3:51 pm

    The reason people seem to be getting emails from friends is because their friend did sign up and used the same password for their account as their email account. I got my email hacked that way a while ago. You cant trust anyone and cannot use the same password over and over.

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  • d cramer says:

    July 20th, 2011 at 10:44 am

    WARNING: NBC feature report: “Work at home mother makes $10,900 month part-time“ , This a scam to get your personal information and then sell it to other agencies who then phone and send emails constantly. Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre is investigating them now. Please contact your government agency for further information.

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    Janice Miles says:

    July 19th, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    This company suckered me into it also. believing that all that was needed was a small up front cost to get started. Found out that I needed much ,much ,more to get going of which I did not have. In trying to cancel, it was literally impossible. They are a very misleading shady company and sadly I and many others have gotten bit by them. Then found out it was a scam.

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    Brend a McClure says:

    July 19th, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    I decided i could not put the time into this that i needed to because of caring for my elderly mother and requested a refund within 30 days..I was denied because i had not tried the program for 14 days..i do not remember seeing “14 days” or “2 weeks” when i signed up…anyway at this point they will not refund my money. what happened with my mother was completely out of my control…i understand they probably get all kinds of reasons for people to get out of their programs…but word of mouth can make you or break you…i do not recommend anyone get into this that is not ALL THE WAY submitting to them. i have a cousin has a business like this…think i will contact him…also with these details.

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  • Rosemary says:

    July 19th, 2011 at 11:50 am

    I just checked out the link to the FTC on this web page and it does not lead to a complaint about HWS, but it lists 10 company’s that sell acai.

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    Rosemary says:

    July 19th, 2011 at 10:37 am

    I was sucker punched by this ad, too. I saw all the national media icons and believed it. I ordered it and after getting into the membership section and clicking on all of the mandatory things to do, which you cannot really do without knowing anything about what the heck you will be doing -like get a domain and build a website, and a dozen other things that cost money.

    When I saw how complex it was (contrary to all of their blogs that say how easy it is to do that anybody can do it) I tried to cancel. …still waiting for the email they promised with a user ID and PW, which never came. I sent several emails to customer support, and never got a reply. I looked for a physical address and phone number, which I never found. I then called my bank to stop payment, but could not because it was only a pending payment. So I had to set up a block for further charges, since these guys have my credit card on file. I was told by my bank that I have to wait until it posts, then dispute it.

    Well, I wished I had search the “all knowing, Google,” but I didn’t, because I believe that the media icons were authentic. So, now I plan on sending a complaint to the FTC, which I was told by Web.com is in the process of banning this company. Thanks for the opportunity to air my disgust!

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    Sohrab says:

    July 17th, 2011 at 1:47 pm

    i participated in this site but it was all fake, i hope anyone reading this doesn’t join this damn Website

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  • Prashant says:

    July 16th, 2011 at 10:39 am

    Thanks to all the ‘unfortunates’. I feel pity for all you guys. Thanks to this website. I was saved just in the nick of time. DO NOT PAY. THIS SITE IS A SCAM.

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    Mark Gies says:

    July 15th, 2011 at 9:00 pm

    This fraud is described in the Spam Wiki
    http://spamtrackers.eu/wiki/index.php/Health_Wealth_Solution

    homewealthsolution.com is sponsored by the domain name’s registrar, who do not believe that is is a fraud.

    Here is an email sent from the “concierge” responsible for handling abuse complaints:

    From: abuse@dyndns.com
    The company that provides the domain name service to homewealthsolution.com is DynDNS.
    When inforaed that it was clearly a fraud, they decided that they would not terminate the contract.
    It would seem that nobody has bothered to complain to abuse@dyndns.com
    QUOTE
    Hello,

    We have received and reviewed all the information you have sent us. At
    this time, there is no evidence presented that is strong enough for us
    to terminate this account. No other complaints have been filed against
    this account, including the hosting company itself. We have noted the
    user’s account, and will continue to monitor the situation.

    If you can provide a court-order from a court of competent jurisdiction,
    or if we receive more wide-spread complaints, we can take further action.

    Please let us know if you have any further questions.

    Best Regards,


    Brianna Brothers
    Dyn Inc. Concierge
    END QUOTE

    So if you agree that this is a fraud, please let them know of your concerns. Send an email to abuse@dyndns.com requesting that they stop sponsoring fraud.

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    Hanne Danielsen says:

    July 15th, 2011 at 3:51 pm

    I have just received this from my cousin, they must have hacked into her email account!!!

    Hi hanne
    I did not send that email, Can you tell me if there was a whole list of people for was it just addressed to you? I received a bunch of return to sender, lost and old address of friends. so someone has my address I guess. what can I do?
    Anne

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  • Chelsea says:

    July 15th, 2011 at 10:07 am

    Wow…I just got an email from a good friend and I thought the link and article was true. I text him to thank him for the info and he said he did not send the email. I then began to search this on line and I was lead here. Thank you for the info…I will not be making this purchase.

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  • Yuliya says:

    July 14th, 2011 at 4:59 pm

    Today I saw a message at Twitter from my “friend”, where was a link to the article about the Home Wealth Solution. I read it and thought “it’s maybe true” (because I know that person from twitter and trust him). I wanted to pay, but then started to search more information about such magic money machine.

    And here I am.

    Thanks for your experience.

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  • Ruby says:

    July 14th, 2011 at 9:05 am

    We have just paid 19.97 US Dollar to Home Wealth Solution but after reading your comments I want to have our money back. The bad thing is, I have read a lot of comments too saying that Home Wealth Solution is true and it really works. So, I am a bit confused now.

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    MIKE says:

    July 13th, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    SCAM SCAM SCAM WARNING!!!! Yup got taken for the ride myself! Unfortunately! They got about 75$ from me before i said thats enough. Then I got badgering calls from a guy named Benjamin who wanted to much info and of course more money. When I said no about five calls later he called me a ” moron and that u cant make money by spending 75$ online. So I thought about trying to get a refund but just cut my losses. BE-CAREFUL they tried to charge me the next month again, I called and canceled. The above # is Good!
    Good Luck

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    carol says:

    July 13th, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    Oh my badness! What kind of crazy money hungry going straight to hell company is this? I paid for this work at home program and paid for VIP upgrade and after I paid I couldn’t get in to Train or any thing else. I e-mailed them. They did not return a reply. I called Plimus the company that handles there credit transactions and they had no records or my e-mail, Couldn’t even find my name. I canceled my credit card And I will get my money back. This company is down right despicable

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    Kandi Medici says:

    July 13th, 2011 at 10:10 am

    I only wish I had found this site first. THIS IS A HUGE SCAM…YOU CANNOT EVEN GET THROUGH THE TRAINING AND IT DOES NOT PROVIDE A WAY TO GET BACK IN WITHOUT GIVING YOUR BILLING INFORMATION AGAIN! Being one of the first times I actually tried to do any home business work, have found it very frustrating. What I find even more interesting is if you click on the sites provided above, that they also belong to HOME WEALTH SOLUTIONS? If anyone knows of a TRUE way to actually be able to work from home at a small entering fee, please let me know? Thanks, Kandi

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    Sandi Scott says:

    July 13th, 2011 at 7:03 am

    Please please please do not join this company…it is a SCAM! Home wealth solution contacted me via my sons email address. They downloaded a message and their link and sent it to me, as though it had come from my son. My son is 21yrs old, so I thought he had sent me a good link. How stupid was I? From now on I will be checking the web addresses fully at the top of my web browser page to see where they originated from.

    This company will continually take subscription fees from your nominated card account. Even if you request Home wealth solution to cancel your account, they will not. I was told that in order to cancel my credit card I would have to pay off the remaining balance in full.

    In order to cancel the subscription, I have had to write a letter to my credit card provider with evidence of the subscription. They will then cancel the agreement for me. This whole experience has been a financial and worrying nightmare! So please, please , please do not enter into an agreement with Home wealth solutions.!!

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    Jack says:

    July 12th, 2011 at 2:40 am

    SCAM!!!Whats with all the social networking icons on the header??? What for??? BIG LOL!!!!!

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    Hermann Nielsen says:

    July 12th, 2011 at 12:05 am

    Home Wealth Solutions is a scam! They have somehow gotten hold of my address book, and are sending fake e-mails to my customers addressing them as if I send them the e-mail. The from e-mail is hotmail 80b6f05d974f1c04, and it says on behalf of my e- mail address with the www. site http://nbc7nightly.com/articles/money/1923003 How can we stop these scammers?

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    Steve says:

    July 11th, 2011 at 6:47 am

    Its always a good idea to look for these very reviews BEFORE you give any bank info. I almost fell for this as well because a previous customer of mine, who I trust, sent me an email about this company (maybe it wasn’t them sending it after all). Always, ALWAYS search for reviews on whatever or whoever you are considering doing business with.

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    stanley hobbs jr says:

    July 10th, 2011 at 11:53 am

    my own son sent me the link in a e mail…. he hardly ever sends me e mails! so i was thinking well maybe its legit and he is already making money? what threw up a red flag for me was the issue number and the start date they ask for your debit card? i never got asked that before & i did know what it was? so then i did some research on them :-) im glad i did.. now i have to tell my son the news, i just hope its not to late. thank u for this site. stan

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  • audrey says:

    July 9th, 2011 at 4:37 pm

    me and my babydaddy paid for this scam thing yestherday and we cant find where to log in at or anything and ima call to get our refund back cause i see alot of people talking about its a scam. THOSE WHO ARE NEW TO THIS PLEASE DONT PAY FOR NOTHING ITS A SCAM

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  • yusmin says:

    July 8th, 2011 at 8:14 am

    if the payment was declined can they still have access to my account? someone please answer me.

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  • yusmin says:

    July 8th, 2011 at 8:06 am

    My God i almost fell for this. i filled the form and added my bank details but i think i filled the form with my married name and when completing the payment i used my maiden name because that is what is on the card and luckily the payment was declined. i was wandering all along why they have not explained how it works into details. i am just praying they do not use my details for anything.

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    Lady Lott says:

    July 7th, 2011 at 8:40 pm

    Oh yeah and I pray that someone looks at all these posts including mine and remembers to not accept any emails from anyone (including family members) about auto pilot & home wealth solutions. From what the review summary is saying above is that there may be more of these FALSE, Scammish ads about this. So again, Beware if you see anything come in your inbox from family, friends, or an unknown source regarding you to set up an account with them. I beg of you not to do it!
    - Have a Blessed one!!!

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    Macelia Page-Hughes says:

    July 7th, 2011 at 6:10 pm

    These people have scams going on in their company want you to spend 100s of dollars before you even get started. They ask for 20 dollar and say its free, once you pay they want more money before you can get anything from them SCAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

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    Lady Lott says:

    July 7th, 2011 at 11:34 am

    Hi all. To tell you the truth, if there was -10 rating, I will give it. I’ve never tried this scheme (Thank God) because of this remarkable and truthful site but I’ve noticed that this “Home wealth solutions” looks similar to another site that I had reviewed about a month ago called auto pilot. (Hmmmmmmmmm)! Same similar concept. Very enticing offer for making so much an hour. As you should know, If it looks to good to be true, then it IS. LOL. Stay away and get your money back!!!
    - Have a Blessed one

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  • Dobby says:

    July 6th, 2011 at 3:18 pm

    Hi, I have paid 19 dollars for start up in this business but as I have found out it is a scam… my question is will they try to take more money off my credit card (can they) without my knowledge?

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    Deniss says:

    July 5th, 2011 at 11:45 am

    Thank you guys!! Almost fell for this!!! Wish all of you get your money back as soon as possible!

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  • Huw Thomas says:

    July 2nd, 2011 at 11:13 am

    can they take money if they’ve only got your mobile number?

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    Becky says:

    June 30th, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM!!! If you did, please call Plimus at 858 350 7473 to get a refund!! I am one of the stay at home moms that fell for this scam but luckily to the other people that experienced this and posted the number, I was able to get my refund. Thank you everyone!

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    David says:

    June 30th, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    Ok I see now this is a scam. Wish I would have known this a little sooner. But thanks for your reviews.

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    David says:

    June 30th, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    I set up a web site through home wealth solution on June 28th. Paid all fees and now cannot find my site or check my account. will someone please help me.

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    Simon says:

    June 30th, 2011 at 1:12 am

    I got bitten too! Only for $4.95USD though. I have canceled my visa card just to make sure they can’t try to bite me further. I have also filed notice with my bank to bite them for a refund. It might only be $4.95 but its the principal of the thing.

    They may boast a 60 day money back guarantee but what they neglect to do is show me anywhere on the site where i can apply for this! Their “contact us” section yields zero replies.

    DEFINITE SCAM ARTISTS! DO NOT USE THEM!

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    KAST SHIPMAN says:

    June 29th, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    It’s a huge scam. I immediately tried to cancel after being led to purchase more and more add ons after the initial charge and one other. I’ve been told by the processor (Plimus) of the payments that I will not get a refund because I didn’t try to use the product or ask for help from the support team of Home Wealth Solutions. They even double charged my credit card for the initial purchase. I’m mad at myself for not trying to access any reviews by independent sources. THANKS to your comments above about accessing contacts. I just went in and deleted all my contacts so they couldn’t get to them (I didn’t have very many.

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  • weng Rosales says:

    June 27th, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    I was really convinced by the words from home wealth solution, as a full time mum and wife, i am eager to find income in my own way. When i found this site from a friend who sent email to my husbands account. I opened and started it, while filling out the form i thought to search it in google first before submitting, and thank God i found this one. You’re really such an angel because this time i was out of my mind. I was able to use my husband’s credit card without his knowing……if i had used it my gosh, could be a big problem between us…though…thanks to u..

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    Ben says:

    June 27th, 2011 at 5:41 am

    All I have to say is look at the disclaimer at the bottom on the Home Wealth Solution site… All their ads read “I was paid xxx dollars by Google” and Google this, and Google that, but their disclaimer reads: “**This site and the products and services offered on this site are NOT associated, affiliated, endorsed, or sponsored by Google, Youtube, Digg, Blogger, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Yahoo, ABC, CNN or CNBC NOR have they been reviewed tested or certified by Google, Youtube, Digg, Blogger, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Yahoo, ABC, CNN or CNBC. All trademarks, logos, and service marks(collectively “Trademarks”) displayed are registered and/or unregistered Tradmarks of their respective owners.”

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    Prince says:

    June 26th, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    phew thank You Lord for saving me from this scam phew!

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    Debashish says:

    June 24th, 2011 at 12:02 am

    I was almost fooled. Thanks to all you guys who have been sensible enough to share your bitter experience, so as to atleast help the others like us. The amount $20 wasted is not important but being cheated by someone is what would drive me mad. Other who would be planning to join in future Pleessseee be careful.
    THANKS TO YOU ALL. Interested people dont even click on GET STARED.

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    Marie says:

    June 23rd, 2011 at 12:30 pm

    Jen,

    If the guy referred you to impactki.com to get you to buy into what he is selling, wouldn’t that be a red flag for you as well…..apparently he is affiliated with impactki.com…at least that’s what I think….one of the best ways to find out if a work from home program is legit, is to contact the people who can actually tell you if it works for them. However, if you find such a person, be mindful that they too could be part of the selling techniques the company is using to get more people to join…BEWARE, be skeptical….

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    Jen says:

    June 21st, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    Wow! I don’t know what I was getting myself into but I’m sure glad I came accross this site before proceeding any further.

    I was contacted by someone at the Impact Knowledge Institute because I had signed up for Home Wealth Solutions. I was glad to recieve a phone call and even made it through to talk to their director today. Just before my call I found this site and it totally freaked me out…I did not realize that I may be part of a scam.
    When I asked the director questions to learn more about the business he was very offended and asked me if I was writing a report or doing something with the criminal justice. It just makes sense to me to know who you are going to be working for- right?

    Then I honestly told him that I just located a site that had all these reveiws stating that Home Wealth Solutions was a scam. He proceeded to tell me that any large business/corportaion would have similiar content on the web. When I asked for him to direct me to a site that would convince me otherwise he sent me to impactki.com. Maybe this company is legit but considering how defensive and how reluctant this guy was to answering my questions it really made me question the ethics of the overall business.

    Then to top it off he proceeded to tell me that what he was offering was different than the pacakge I purchased from Home Wealth Solution. I thought…If you’re not affiliated with Home Wealth Solution then why did you get so offended when I told you I found a list of complaints about them. I haven’t even explained the half of it but as you can see the pieces just didn’t match up and I started to get that sick feeling in my stomach.

    After ending my conversation with this jack I immediately sought a refund of my money. Thank you to those of you that posted the contact info for Plimus. By the way their correct number is 858-350-7473. The lady I spoke to at Plimus was very helpful and did not question why I was asking for a refund. Now I just need to check my bank account to make sure my refunds were received….and I have to make sure that I don’t have any of those darn reoccuring payments.

    Does anyone know anything about the Impact Knowledge Institue at impactki.com? If this company is good for their word- great! if not they need to be destroyed!!

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  • Marie says:

    June 20th, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    FOLKS LOOKING FOR A REFUND CALL

    PLIMUS AT 858 359-7473

    Hopefully, all of you have caller id. If you see any calls from any number with area code 855, prefix 671, it could be one of the Home Wealth Solution Scam Artist calling you. The full phone number I received on my caller id is
    855 671-8940, ext 207…the guy’s name is suppose to be Colby and his director’s name is Brian….yaah, right…when did the a Laker Team Member become a spokesperson for the company….these 2 are the tag team to get you to use your credit card to invest thousands of dollar to support what they call your business plan.

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    Marie says:

    June 20th, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    Home Wealth Solution is not what it appears to be….IT IS A TOTAL SCAM. There are several levels of complicity to this company….stay away from it. Home Wealth Solution sells this product using multi media news sponsors as a way to convince people the buy into it. There are several additional partners for this program that they don’t tell you about in their internet advertisements. Nor, do they disclose Plimus as the billing authority for them. If anyone out there is trying to get a refund from Home Wealth Solution, they probably told you you didn’t qualify for a refund. If this is what you were told, contact Plimus at 858 350-7473. Also, if Home Wealth Solution have a credit/debit card on file to bill you, you need to contact your credit/debit company/bank and have them cancel your card to avoid additional charges Home Wealth Solution will bill your for. The charges will appear on your statements without any prior warning or notifications. They tried to scam me but I was ahead of them…they were pissed at me because they couldn’t get me to invest $8,140.00, the amount they wanted me to charge to my credit account for a business plan, software, support via phone and online, an EBAY account, and a whole bunch of other stuff. They went as far to tell me I can pay the 8K on my credit card within a month…..the reason why I am adding all of this information is to alert people about what they will tell you. People looking to earn extra cash, let’s do it the old fashion way…..go out and look for a job. Once you have the job, then work out the details with your manager to find out if they offer incentives to work at home…..sensible, sane and trouble free..

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  • lakki says:

    June 20th, 2011 at 12:27 am

    Hey Sarah could you please let me know about how many days it took for them to refund you???. waiting for ur response:(

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    Taylor says:

    June 19th, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    Oh damn. I payed the $20 entry fee like a fool….Im going to cancel my bank account tomorrow and hopefully that will take care of that. PLEASE DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM LIKE ME AND SEVERAL OTHERS ON THIS PAGE.

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    Richard McIntyre says:

    June 18th, 2011 at 12:10 pm

    THIS IS A TOTAL SCAM. THE COMPANY IS AN OFFSHORE COMPANY LOCATED IN SYRIA. IF YOU GIVE A CREDIT CARD NUMBER, THE COMPANY WILL BEGIN TO DEBIT YOUR CARD ON A MONTHLY BASIS. THE ONLY WAY TO STOP THE DEBITS IS TO CANCEL YOUR EXISTING CARD AND GET A NEW ONE. DON’T BE DUPED.

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  • Alex Roldan says:

    June 17th, 2011 at 5:40 pm

    Thank you. I was just about to click the “get started now button” when i realized that i need to check what other people are saying about this offer – from independent blogs. You’re an angel! I could have been included in the long list of stupid people on earth.

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  • Lyn says:

    June 17th, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    Wow thanks for this..I almost fell into this scam. I was about to tell and convince my husband to buy their kit because I really want to earn some money at home since I’m a full-time housewife. It really pays to research for things you have doubts with. Thank you again for this website and thanks for some people who shared their experiences from this “Home wealth solution SCAM”.God Bless you all and have a great weekend.

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  • Daniel says:

    June 17th, 2011 at 10:12 am

    It would be great to know more details beyond signing up. Not all internet “opportunities” are equal. Some are good and some are not. I’m a bit surprised they aren’t regulated and required to fully disclose what they sell and their verified success rates through credible third parties. I’m not promoting anything, but I’ve been very successful in companies that do financial services and prepaid legal. The key to succeeding in business is and will always be advertising… If you don’t advertise, don’t expect to have leads or make anything. Few people are super salesmen that can sell a policy to someone they met in the grocery line. If you are one of those people, you should start your own company and make the full amount from your sales.

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    cat says:

    June 15th, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    I almost bought this program because I am desperate and need to get out of an abusive relationship. I received an email from my dear friend who I thought would never lie to me and I almost fell for it. I borrowed the money and everything but I believe God was telling me it was a scam. I am so glad I read the post about someone hijacking the girls email. I was wondering why I could not get any good answers about the program. Thank you so much for this site.

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    Ninos says:

    June 15th, 2011 at 2:28 am

    scam

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    Linda Peters says:

    June 11th, 2011 at 10:25 am

    I need someone to give me the e-mail so I can get my money back. Thanks

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    Sarah says:

    June 10th, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    YES ITS A SCAM!!! I WAY SCAMMED….. I feel so stupid! But the Company that home wealth goes through to get paid refunded my money right away! Thank you for that!

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  • loubna from morocco says:

    June 9th, 2011 at 5:31 pm

    they almost got me, I signed up then my sister advised me to look away from all the stuff they put in their website all the happy ending stories, that’s when I found this web page and I thank God for that. one thing nowadays and in this life there is no more easy money whatsoever

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    ivy says:

    June 4th, 2011 at 8:53 am

    DON’T TRUST THEM , THEY ARE SCAM ARTISTS BE CAREFUL……

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    Debbie says:

    June 4th, 2011 at 6:52 am

    I was conned by these people because their link came from my goddaughter who I knew wouldn’t be involved with anything dodgy! Only to discover that they had hacked into her email address book and she knew nothing about it whatsoever. That just proves to me that they are the worst type of scammongers. I just contacted the bank and cancelled my card as it was only 24 hours after I’d done the transactions. Luckily they had not taken any money from my account. BEWARE!!!

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    C Bowen says:

    June 2nd, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    I have had the same terrible results as John Johnson. I followed all the steps to get my refund immediately after ready there website where they kept trying to get me to buy more stuff in order to be successful. I have yet to receive refund, but I did receive an email saying that I did not respond to there calls so I was not going to get my refund.

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    Jo says:

    June 2nd, 2011 at 2:46 am

    They have phished my GMail Account and sent their pathetic sales pitch to my contact list. This is proof positive that they are total scam artists! DO NOT SEND THEM ANY MONEY!!! You are being ripped off big time.
    These kind of people make legitimate home businesses look bad.

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    Anyomous says:

    May 26th, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Total red flag….they do not give you much info and once on all they try to do is sell you more and more. No coach ever is offered and they do not send you any confirmation emails nor reply to any emails sent to them. Yes they say 60 day refund but I have yet to hear anything back from them…And there is no address or phone number to find them. DO NOT BE FOOLED LIKE I WAS!

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    John Johnson says:

    May 26th, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    I wish I had found your web page before I signed up. Right after I signed up,I started reading their write up on the web it seemed every other page was a sales pitch to buy more software.So I thought something was wrong with their claims so I requested a refund. In the meantime I got a phone call telling me that I had been chosen for their one-on-one mentoring program, in course of the conversation it was mentioned that I would have to make an investment of $5,000 to $10,000.That’s when I hung-up. Also they stall making the refund with all kinds of questions of why I wanted a refund and didn’t want to be in the program. I’d file a complaint with the BBB if I could find their address…Another red flag

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