The China Secret – Is This The Future of Marketing Or A Scam?

Hello , today I’m reviewing The China Secret to see if it’s a Scam. I opened up my email this morning and received a special opportunity to get in on this China Secret, of coarse I was Intrigued when I saw the claim of a person making $146,228.39 from the comfort of his wheelchair. After opening the email and clicking the link it turned out to be exactly what I thought it was, another hyped up Act Now SCAM. I won’t waste your time so I’m coming right out of the gate and saying that The China secret is a Scam. I am still going to review it but if your here to find out if this is a scam or not I just answered the question for you. I know people are busy so I like to get straight to the point, If you want to learn how to make legitimate money online I can Help. Check out my #1 Recommendation below and see if this is right for you or read my entire review and see exactly why I came out with such a BOLD statement right away.

 

 

China Secret Overview

Name: The China Secret

Lauched: December 2018

Owner: Rob Walter

Website: thechinasecret dot com

Cost: $9 plus UP-SELLS

Recommended: NO

Rating: 1 out of 10

 

What Is The China Secret

Like I said earlier, I woke up to a Email that lead me to The China secret. When I opened it I could tell right away that something wasn’t right with this new system, so I decided to dig a little deeper and see what this is all about. I’ve seen many sales videos in my time investigating Scams and this one fit the profile perfect. Robert claims to be your friend and that he is not like the scam artists or gurus but nothing could be further from the truth.

Robert or the speaker on the china secret video claims to have found a glitch in a 1.4 billion dollar market. He claims to have discover this super secret a few months ago and now he is going to share it with you for only $9. I think that’s great but the only problem is that he never explains anything about the product or what you will be doing. He just keeps hyping you up and spewing random numbers to get you pumped up enough to take out your credit card.

The China Secret System basically exploits Facebook messenger using something called ” messenger marketing” through Facebook. He claims that in China a messenger system called WeChat made 40 billion dollars last year and that he discovered a secret that he is now willing to sell to you for a discounted price of just $9 to get rolling. Spending $9 to find out if this is a scam isn’t a big deal to me but it is for some people, so save your money because I already did it for you.

When you buy the system you get some low end worthless training and hit with up sells. One of the most common things these kind of scams have in common are the low entrance fees and then usually about 2 or 3 more up sells which can cost you thousand of dollars only to wind up back where you started. After you get off this merry go round your head will be so confused you won’t even realize how bad you got screwed until you open up your monthly credit card statement. This is just another spin off similar to other scams I have reviewed such as.

A to Z Cash System

Easy Retired Millionaire

Forex Paradise

Income Society

My Top Tier Business

The China Secret System has very similar characteristics to all of the scam websites that I have reviewed and listed above. Most if not all of the above systems have now been exposed and debunked. I am sure I will be adding the china secret review to my list of debunked systems in the upcoming months. I talk in detail about the Red Flags associated with these kind of sites on my Identify Scams page on this website.

 

 

Why Is The China Secret A Scam

I am calling the china secret a scam because the claims they make are fake. Even though you get a product it is low quality and it doesn’t live up to the claims. Let me explain, websites like this always create Hype, No Details, Urgency, and scarcity. I see this all to often when I dive into reviews like this and after 5 years I can say that I an certainly qualified to give you this information.

What do I mean by Hype? Hype is when a scam website builds you up and claims to be the newest and best new thing. Usually they will try to entice you with flashy sales videos and fake testimonials, this site uses a different approach by just making bold statements in words only on the sales video. Let me tell you from experience, no mater how big the hype there is no such thing as a done for you system or get rich quick system. You have to work hard and get properly trained to make money online and it doesn’t happen overnight.

What about the lack of details? No details are provided with sites like this because there really aren’t any details to give you, they just want to suck you in with a cheap start up price so that hopefully you will fall for all the up sells after you join. Another thing to keep an eye out for are the pop ups when you try to leave the page on the up sells. All of a sudden $97 goes down to $47 and $47 foes down to $27 still with no real details of what the up sell really is. They Just Want Your Money!

Why create a sense of urgency? Creating a sense of urgency leads you to believe that you have to act fast before they get caught giving away this highly protected secret. You will hear statements like ” Act now before this website is taken down forever” or ” Don’t wait because when these spots are filled they are gone” They want you to think that there are only a certain number of spots available, this leads me to scarcity.

What is Scarcity? Scarcity in a nutshell is basically when a scam site tries to make you thin that there are only a limited number of spots available. Scarcity and Urgency are pretty much one in the same with sites like this. You Might hear them say things like ” I am only taking 100 students so claim your spot now” or you may see a count down timer leading you to believe that time is running out. A chart showing most of the spots already being filled is another sneaky trick as well

The china Secret uses all of these techniques to suck you in and get your money, so if you are still thinking of moving forward with this SECRET don’t come back and say nobody warned you because I just did. Leave a comment at the bottom of this post if you have been ripped of by these scam artists.

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Pros and Cons

Pros:

Low Start Up Price

You Get A Product

You can Get Your Money Back  (requirement to sell on clickbank)

Cons:

Owner never appears (Red Flag)

Low quality product

Low Quality Training

Hyped Up Sales Techniques

To Many Up Sells

Fake Claims

 

Conclusion

Do I recommend The China Secret? No, not only do I have major reservations about recommending this system, I also feel it is a Scam. Others might disagree with me because it’s sold on Clickbank and they do have to give your money back if they want to sell on there. I will disagree though, because I have joined many sites like this before in hopes of making some extra money and it ALWAYS turns out the same. Way to many Red Flags are associated with this system and after joining I found it a lot harder to get my money back then they claim. There are outlandish claims of people making huge money without even having to work hard and the sales video is just a bunch of garbage. I absolutely can not recommend this product and still be able to sleep at night

I have provided you with the information I have about the china secret but ultimately the choice is yours to make. I hope this review has been helpful and informative. No matter what decision you make I wish you the best. I never want to see anyone fail online and I am always here to help. If you are interested in working hard and learning properly I am more than willing to help you start a business online for Free.

 

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Wealthy Affiliate has 2 types of membership options, Free and Premium, there are no cheesy up sells after joining either. Simply pick the membership option that suits you best and start learning. The Free membership offers you 2 free websites that are yours for life and 10 free training lessons to get you rolling. You never have to upgrade to be a member here and the 2 websites will always be yours.

Premium membership is $49 dollars monthly and gives you unlimited access to powerful training that will help you start a online business in overdrive. I have provided a comparison below explaining the 2 membership options and the benefits of each. I want you to experience the full potential of Wealthy Affiliate so I am also going to give you access to my action takers bonus so you can really get a good feel for this awesome training. Take a look at the comparison below and then read about my Bonus.

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I hope you enjoyed reading my review. Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any questions or just contact me directly and I will respond. I hope you have a great rest of your day and remember to stay safe out there.

Best Regards

Jason

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jason
  • Jason
  • Team leader and owner at True Prosperity Online Scam Prevention Team. I have been involved in affiliate marketing for since 2014 and I love what I do. Especially Exposing Online Scams. I started my journey in 2011 and have fallen for my fair share of scams but that all changed in 2014 and now I Expose Scams to help others stay safe online....

52 Comments

  • Thank you for informing people about this company and why you shouldn’t use it. There are so many scams out there it’s insane, and they all really do have the same catch line. Make X amount of money in the first month, just pay this small start up fee. More people need to research these companies before giving them a cent. 

    I agree with Wealthy Affiliate being one of you best options when it comes to making money online. Although, it is a very legit company, I still did a lot of research before taking the plunge. I’m very happy with my experience here so far. 

    • I think they use the small start up fee to entice you and then”WHAM” your 1st Up-Sell and then another, if your not careful you could be taken for almost a thousand dollars with nothing to show for it.

      I was also skeptical about Wealthy Affiliate but here I am 5 years later and loving it. 

      Regards 

      Jason 

  • Wow ! Lovely and educative article!

    Thanks for sharing your review about this “The China secret”, I  agree with u 100% that it’s a scam. There has been an exponential increase in scam program in recent years due to influx of people into affiliate marketing. wealthy affiliate to me is the best bet for any person especially if you are new, they have been tested and trusted by so many members. It’s unique features is awesome?

    Beside wealthy affiliate marketing what other affiliate marketing program is genuine?

    • Thank you for your input, this is exactly why I wrote this review, if you are trying to make money online The China Secret will not help, actually it will discourage you. I only recommend Wealthy Affiliate because it has worked for me and changed my life forever

      Regards

      Jason

  • Dear Jason,

    Thanks for the post. You spent time carrying out the investigation so that we don’t waste our time when we meet the China Secret. It looks a typical scam of claiming making hundred thousands dollars without effects. I participated in several such program and spent a lot of money. As the program progress, they ask for money again and again. It is bad experience.

    I agree with that Wealthy Affiliate is one the best affiliate program. Every thing is transparent. You start with a free programs and test the system. If you feel it is right for you, you then upgrade.

    Regards

    Anthony

    • Hello Anthony, Honestly It didn’t take me long to figure out this is a scam. All the signs are in front of me. I just had to join and provide proof. I still spend my own money so that I can bring you the truth about a questionable programs. I also agree that Wealthy Affiliate is honest and transparent. WA can help anyone willing to work a great opportunity.

      Cheers

      Jason

  • The China secret is definitely a scam and I am glad you also agree. I have been trying to dissuade people from using the scam platform. I received an email just like yours and did my findings. After checking, I realized their sales pitch was full of hype. It is just a site you put your money in, hoping to gain a lot but even gaining your capital back is super extra hard. Thanks for the review. I can use it to dissuade my friends form China secret.

    • Hello Aweda, Hype is all it is I would be surprised if anyone has made money from this. Everyone that has tried to tell me they have turned out to be fake. I would stay as far away from The China Secret as I can

  • Oh this is exactly what I thought. This is one of those crapy products that claims they can help someone make money with little or no work. The money they claim to help someone make is not even in their individual bank accounts  My only recommendation for those who wants to make legitimate money can join WA.

    • Hello Kenechi, usually if something sounds to good to be true, it probably is. I agree in you WA recommendation because it’s one of the only platforms online that can take a complete beginner and teach them how to become a successful affiliate marketer. 

      Thank You

      Jason 

  • Hi, Jason. Thank you for sharing. Now we all know The China Secret is a scam. I think Wealthy Affiliate is great. It is a good place to learn everything about affiliate. Besides video and text tutorials, they have a great community, the members of WA can help each other.

    • Yes, very valid points Sam, I hope you are getting around the community at WA okay. I am on everyday so look me up if you need anything at all.

      Cheers

      Jason

  • Thanks for sharing this wonderful information on China secret and wealthy affiliate. It’s really a good thing to know if a website that promises all kinds of juicy offers but turn out to be scam at the end of the day. I almost fell for that scam in January but I’m happy I did some research. Wealth Affiliate is really great with powerful features. It’s the only recommended platform that I know is legitimate. Thanks once more for sharing this wonderful article.

    Cheer’s

    • I’m happy to share this and I’m glad this helped, It looks like a bunch of you guys and girls caught on pretty qick about The China Secret being A Scam. Still I am glad to have put this review out, so people that don’t catch it can read my review first.

  • Whenever there’s a program that claims to sell you some get-rich-quick scheme for $9 you should be seeing red flags. These programs always tell you how there’s some “glitch” as if they’re letting you in on some secret, trying to make you feel like you’ve stumbled upon something special. I’ve seen all of these tricks, it’s sad that people still fall for it in 2019. I wonder how many refunds have been requested and whether it’s actually honored or not?

    • When it come to refunds with these scam artist, always read the fine print. The always seem to have a time limit or some kind of loophole where you don’t get your money back. Usually they will try to string you along with the Up-Sells. This is a distraction technique commonly used by scammers to distract you from the time limit they placed in the fine print…

      Thank You

      Jason 

  • Remarkable! It’s hard to believe that there are still people out there creating these scams. Luckily there are people like you willing to pay for the product to see exactly what type of scam it is. It’s good to know that there is no use trying out China secret scam. How did you find out about Wealthy Affiliate? Did you think they were a scam as well? 

    • Hey Paul, I’m happy you asked. I found Wealthy Affiliate when searching for ways to make money online back in 2014. I had been searching since 2011 and got scammed a lot. Read about me and my journey right on this site. Yes I did think that Wealthy Affiliate was a scam when I first joined. Everything changed after going through my 1st few lessons and I am happy to say I’ve been there for 5 years and have had and continue to have success in a few different niches.

      Cheers

      Jason

  • The China secret is a scam in my opinion because the claims have been overly exaggerated and they do not give enough details about what they do. Sadly, gullible people will still register for this program which is just a waste of money. I hope this review finds someone before the person registers for such scam.

    • hello Louis, it’s comments like yours that help me to beat these guys out on the first page of the search engines, increasing my review getting in front of the right people. Your continued support is always appreciated.

      Cheers

      Jason

  • Thanks for exposing this shady and irrelevant scam site once again. I have fallen victim of sites of these nature that would promise high yield income but later close down after scaming members. the best online business for now is wealthy affiliate and i can recommend it to anyone that wants to make money online this year

    • I couldn’t agree more Ola. Thank you for taking the time to add some input on the china secret scam. I wish you the best moving forward and Stay Safe out there.

      Thank You

      Jason

  • Thanks for the article on the China secret,i find it so informative and as a means of enlightenment for myself and newbie

    January a friend introduced me to come and join the system, I noticed  all red flags on china secret and I told him I can’t be part of it.simply because I hate A  program that is too good to be true, they end up fake and many lost there hard earned money in this program without getting anything back.. I later joined the wealth affiliate program that same month and I can say it has been great

    • First of all, I am glad that you did not bite on the invitation to join the China Secret, you definitely made the right choice. How are you liking the training at Wealthy Affiliate? I am also there so if you need help just look me up and I will be happy to help you get started.

      Regards

      Jason

  • Thank you Jason for this balanced and detailed review wonderfully written.

    Personally i’ve observed that most reviews are downright boring, but you’ve found a way to make this plain and  interesting

    You’ve just saved me from the loss of time , effort and money. It’s rather unfortunate that many still fall for this Act Now scams. The red flags on this, is way too much.

    Thanks once again, my time here was truly worth it.

    • Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment, I agree that there are way to many Red Flags with the china secret. Usually I don’t come right out of the gate and call out a scam but this one is so obvious to me that I just had to. These scam artists keep me busy but It’s worth it as long as I can help just 1 person.

      Thank you

      Jason

  • Thanks for sharing your review about this so called “The China secret”, Reading this review leaves me no choice but to agree with u that it’s nothing but a pure scam… So many online affiliate programs are there to scam innocent people of their hard earned money, I will always recommend wealthy affiliate to people that wanna join any online platform, they have been tested and trusted by so many members 

    • Yormith, I just can’t believe the crap these con artist put out there and expect to be taken seriously. I guess so many people are infatuated with making easy money that they will put all common sense aside and cry later when they actually find out they just got screwed.

  • If I found some secret that made tons of money in a billion dollar niche, I certainly would not want to share that secret with anyone. The fact that anyone would want to share that type of secret is such a stupid idea in my opinion.

    If you knew such a secret, do you think it’s worth giving away for $9?

    • Exactly, you just hit the nail on the head, if you think it through and don’t jump at the shady sales pitch you can see that this is just another online scam. Very well said Jessie.

      Thank You

      Jason

  • Many thanks for alerting us to another scam!

    I would have no hesitation in agreeing with you that it certainly is a scam! There are far too many of these get rich quick quick sites hoping to catch gullible people who are desperately clutching at straws to obtain more money, but all that ever happens is that they lose their much-needed cash.

    I really do think that Clickbank needs to monitor more carefully the things that they sell, because many people may be reassured because a product is in the Clickbank marketplace. I must confess that this has made me very wary of using Clickbank in any way at all.

    Very many thanks for another timely scam alert.

    Chrissie 🙂

    • Chrissie, I want to thank you for being a continued supporter of True Prosperity online and an active contributor with your incites and comments. Click bank has become my go to source to find scam artists and that’s not good. There are so many scammers on that platform that it disgusts me, a once great platform to find decent products and sell your own affiliate products has now become a breeding ground for these scam scum. I just found a recently launched system on there today called Parallel Profits that looks to be yet another very expensive waste of money, they launched yesterday and unfortunately I am going to have to spend almost $3,000.00 to review them so that other people don’t get screwed. If they are a scam I will try and get my money back since you have to offer that to sell on Click Bank but that’s a whole different animal considering I will be tying up nearly 3k and possibly getting the run around getting my refund. We shall see, I will keep you updated. Hopefully It’s not a scam and I can make some money with this but all the signs are there of a potential scheme. I really hope I’m wrong but after almost 9 years of research and trying to make money online I have a feeling that I am correct about this one too.

      Thank You

      Jason

  • Definitely nothing but a scam. This one has all the makings of a con, from the low startup fee onward. Who would sell a product that claims to make hundreds of thousands for just $9 for one? And for two, why wouldn’t this Robert just simply hint at the product, if anything? Those two questions are those everyone needs to answer before buying products with ultra-low buy-in fees. I’ve always doubted whether I’d be willing to sell a product I knew would make those a full-time living for such a low price. I doubt it.  

    • Tod, these are tricks that scammers have been using for a long time now. Unfortunately people who don’t know how to Identify Scams still fall for it. Some people see the shiny objects and nothing else so they Go for it. I just try to get the word out there for my readers to stay informed and make an educated decision before they get ripped off. Best Wishes

      Jason

  • Thank you for sharing with us ¨The China Secret-The Future of Marketing or Scam? ¨. You mention in your article that you have reviewed similar scams such as A to Z  Cash System, Easy Retired  Millionaire, Forex Paradise, Income Society and My Top Tier Business, but have you ever come across SEO or digital Marketing agency scams?.Do you have any insights that may help people like me beginning this journey of how to succeed in the digital marketing business? I see this industry rampant with con artists and swindlers.I´m specifically talking about outsourcing, but there are other venues. Let´s say companies such as UBL (Universal  Business Listing), Yext, Acxiom,Neustar, Localeze. They all do outsourcing, and probably some or all are genuine, but how can you tell? I´m sure many can help you claim listings and get you exposure and business citations. Some are very obvious cases of scams. For example if UBL would charge you a PREMIUM package of $169 for the entire year, then why should some company charge you $1000 per month ($12K per year) for the exact same service?. It´s highway robbery! Do you know of a guide?

    • Enrique, the digital marketing world is just as riddled with scams as the auto Pilate and guru scams out there. My suggestion to you would be to do your homework $169 a year vs $12k per year is quite a huge difference in price so you will want to check out the cheaper of the 2 and see if they are just trying to get quick money out of you and then try to up sell you. I have an page on this site called Identify Scams this  will give you some insight as to what to look for when researching a online opportunity. Yoonla is the only digital marketing platform I have reviewed and I have to say I was not impressed at all.I hope this helps I have provided links to the content I wrote on both subject matters.

  • Reading this article, reminds me of that one episode of Nickolodean’s “Doug’s Mail Order Mania”. I suggest anyone watch that cartoon as it has taught me the lesson that there is no such thing as “get rich quick”. They are just made up to get your $9, $27, $47 or so. It’s not much but it adds up for them a large sum of money. Thank you for writing this article to bring in some light to people that real money comes when you make REAL work. Can’t cheat and there are no shortcuts.

    • I have 3 sons and I remember watching that episode when they were younger, funny how a cartoon episode puts all of this into perspective. I think it’s great though because our kids are taught at a young age that they need to work for what they want. I agree that Real work brings Real results.

  • Hello Jason – Thank you for the this very detailed review of The China Secret. I have never heard of this offer, but the tactics that they use is definitely very similar to many of the other scams online that exist. I know many companies use the scarcity and create a sense of urgency tactics and quick honestly, that’s a huge turn off for me. Additionally, when the owner does not show his face, its another red flag as you stated. I also appreciate your honesty right off the bat in the first paragraph. Thank you for providing this review so that others won’t get trapped into making this mistake. 🙂

    • I usually don’t come right out of the gate and call a company out like I did but this time I was reminded of the very first time I got scammed and the heartbreak I felt. The sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach came back to me at that moment so I just had to come straight out and say it. When I can save just 1 person from having to experience the feelings I felt when I would find out I got scammed then all this work is well worth it.

  • Thank you for pointing out the truth about the China secret being a scam. I have not heard of this one thank goodness but I will be sure to delete it if it ever appears in my email box.To many times years ago I would fall victim to that hype myself because of the cheap price.I have since learned the real way to make money online thanks to your number one recommendation Wealthy Affiliate that you mentioned,it was and has been the best decision I have ever made online. If anyone reading about this China secret has doubts please check out this authors recommended program you will be glad you did.

    • Thank you for supporting True Prosperity Online. Without my readers it would be much harder to get the word out there about scams like The China Secret. I will be sure to look you up inside of Wealthy Affiliate and follow you. Have a great day and stay safe.

      Jason

  • Jason thank you for sharing which sites are scams because there are so many out there! I have seen Top Tier Business and Income Society but have always been a strong believer in “to good to be true.” I completely agree with your recommendation of Wealthy Affiliate since I have had personal experience with them. The community is amazing and everyone helps each other succeed.

    • I came to WA 5 years ago and I have to admit that I was skeptical at first, but everything just made so much sense. Premium membership was only $19 for the first month so I figured , what do I have to lose? I spent a lot more than that on scams so I gave it a try. Needless to say I am still there and learning everyday. Wa is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made when it comes to helping myself financially. Have a Great Day Veronica.

      Jason

  • Jason,

    China Secret this sounds just like one of the emails I opened the other day but instead it had a completely different name to it.  I get at least five to ten emails daily with these offers and they go in the trash bin I have spent hundreds if not thousands of dollars in the past looking through so many of these and none of them work they do give you a product but it seriously teaches you nothing about how to make money online.  I did manage to find Wealthy Affiliate after searching for years and learned there is one sure way to making money online and I will agree with you it takes work and time not spending money on numerous throw away scam systems.

    Thank you for exposing another scam product,

    Susan

    • I couldn’t agree more Susan, I usually open those emails and join them so I can find out if there is any substance to them. When it’s a legit opportunity I give it a good review and when it’s a bunch of B.S. I give it a bad review. I received a email from my man Pribs after visitng his website and it lead me to Wealthy Affiliate. I am forever grateful to Pribs for sending me that life changing Email.

  • Thanks for making a review the China secret website,  it’s not new to me as to how these new sites want to extort money from people all in the name of making money online, the moment I read this post I remembered signing up for a particular secret formula like this and ended up throwing away my hard earned money. Thanks for the warning, much appreciated.

    • Seun, that is exactly what I am trying to prevent from happening to other people. I’m sorry that you got sucked into a scam but at least you learned from it and have some insight on how to Identify Sams. I hope this didn’t discourage you from trying to make money online because there are legitimate platforms  that can properly train you and give you the support you need. Wealthy Affiliate is a really good entrance to Affiliate Marketing and the best part is, It’s Free

  • Hi! Thank you very much for reviewing the China Secret! I also received the email. And I’m glad I found your site. You have saved me time by reviewing it and showing what you have concluded. I’ll keep away from them!

    I hate to see so many scams constantly springing up. But all these scams exist because they are profitable. People continue to fall in them. So I greatly appreciate your work of unmasking these scams for us. Thank you very much!

    • My mission from the start was to only expose the sites that scammed me when I was starting back in 2011 and getting ripped off by scam artists and gurus. That was a long time ago and now I can’t help but to inform people of all the new scams that keep popping up. I never dreamed this would become a full time job but it has and I will continue to find and exposes these sites until they no longer exist. I take satisfaction in knowing that I saved one person from falling victim to a scam but with the help of people like yourself who comment on this website I can reach many more. Thank you for supporting my cause and helping to rid the internet of these scam scum that seem to have no regard for other people and only look to line their pockets. In the end the truth comes out and the truth will set you free.

  • Hello Jason,You are right on the dot.  I totally agree with you that there are just too many scams out there.  They try to offer you a super tempting cheap offer and with plenty of up sells and it sounds like a classic make rich quick scam programs.  Its a good thing that you mentioned this The China Secret review.Its good to let everyone know in advance with your first hand review.  I’m on the same page with you on the recommendation of Wealthy Affiliate.Thanks so much for the information

    • I just can’t believe the drive these scam artists have, it just never ends. I have so many requests to look into possible scams online that I may have to hire another person to help me with the work load. As I am writing this I have 85 requests to look into potential scams.I now take the website that has the most requests and join that site in order to get the truth. Unfortunately some times people have to wait as it is just myself and 2 others that help and alert me to theses scams. My team works hard to get this information out there as soon as we can. We will keep working to get you the information you need so you can make an informed decision and I wish you the best in your online career. My Admin will be taking over the responsibilities of this site in the coming week because I am going on vacation. I will be checking in as time allows. I look forward to exposing more scams when I return next week.

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