Website: Consumer Guided Finance
URL: See below
Owner: Anonymous/ Uses Alias
The latest addition to a long line of fake news websites designed to trick people into thinking the 'opportunity' is affiliated with credible people and organisations. Unfortunately, there is nothing real about this so called news website and the biz op it leads to is a known scam.
What This Is Really About
This so called news website leads people to a ‘link posting’ scam that will not make you any money, I’ve reviewed this program several times before because it operates under different names and web addresses. This time they have named the program they are promoting ‘Ultimate Home Profits’ (UHP) which is basically identical to the ‘Replace Your Job‘ scam I just reviewed.
There are thousands of these deceptive websites online and I have made it my personal mission to expose each and every one of these as I find them. Here’s the locations of these now but they change so frequently it’s hard to keep up:
Fake Trump website: consumersguidedfinance.com/blog/breaking-news/trump-reveals-secret-to-wealth/
Program they are promoting: ultimatehomeprofits.com
Why It Won’t Help You
There’s so many red flags it’s not funny but I’ll start with the obvious and work my through. The first thing you’ll notice about this website is that every single link on the page, and I mean every single link, points you to the UHP program they are promoting. The CNN logo, the weather tab and even the social media icons all point to UHP.
This is undeniable proof that this website is totally fake and serves only one purpose, to take your money.
I’m not even going to dig into some of the absolute nonsense these guys are claiming because it is nothing but smoke and mirrors, not one single word of any of this is true. According to the disclaimer at the bottom of the page, all of the content on this one page website is for ‘entertainment purposes only’…
As much as they try and pass off association with news companies and famous entrepreneurs or anyone else they can, they have absolutely zero affiliation with ANY of these companies or people. The news videos they show are talking about the ‘work at home’ topic in general, not their opportunity.
Why do they do this? In an effort to make everything look legit and gain your trust, plain and simple.
Why The UHP Program Is Not Good Value
Pushing past the ridiculous fake news website I want to turn your attention to the program it’s been designed to promote, UHP.
The program they are promoting apparently teaches people how to make money with a ‘link processing job’. There is only one small problem folks… this job does not exist and it certainly doesn’t pay people $15 ever 2-4 minutes! Here’s a couple of different types of jobs/ businesses associated with link posting:
#1 Posting Backlinks: This is not a legitimate online job or business and was at one time many years ago something companies paid for. It used to be the case that backlinks (clickable links pointing to a particular website) could help a website get ranked in the search engines. Businesses (long ago) used these links to try and improve their position in Google, Bing and Yahoo etc. No legitimate business does this anymore because it’s totally pointless. Artificial backlinks do not improve a website’s ranking whatsoever.
#2 Spamming: Some dodgy companies (not Amazon, Google, Apple like they say) pay people to drop promotional links all over social media, classified ads websites and anywhere else they can. This is super spammy and will see your social media accounts being banned once they catch on. The other thing is that a lot of these links get taken down automatically or manually now very quickly, meaning you don’t even get paid after posting those spam links all day.
The bottom line is even if you by some miracle actually got access to any kind of training, it wouldn’t make you any money since it is not a legit business model anyway.
The One Shred Of Truth Among The Lies
There was one shred of truth in what they said but unfortunately they used it to promote their rubbish program and completely misrepresent the facts.
Big companies are in fact making millions of dollars every month through ‘links’, but they are called affiliate links and affiliate marketers are the ones posting them through their marketing campaigns and websites. This is entirely different to what they are talking about!
This business model is called affiliate marketing and it’s a business, not a job. Anyone can do this with the right training, tools and support and it takes genuine effort on your part, but it can be very profitable. You most certainly will not learn how to make money in affiliate marketing through these scammers I can assure you.
The Danger Of Giving Your Details To These People
One of the common themes with these websites is they always make sure to grab your email address and phone number before even showing you the content. They do this so for several reasons and they have an entire team dedicated to following up with you.
Here’s why you shouldn’t give them your cell phone number, email address or payment information:
- They’ll sell it to third parties for a profit, who then harass you into buying more crap
- They themselves will call you and try and talk you into buying much higher priced programs, also scams
- They have been known to fraudulently charge people’s credit cards and good luck getting a refund
- The payment screen contains NO verifications as it appears, this is all show
- Identity theft becomes a very real concern
This is just one of many scams these people operate and one by one I will continue exposing them to help as many people as possible avoid them. I cannot overstate this enough… stay far away from anything even remotely looking like these websites. They will not make you any money and there are huge risks involved in giving them your personal information. There are plenty of legit programs online, but unfortunately, this isn’t one of them.