The Home Lifestyle Report scam is a shining example of what is ripping people off online. It is full of misleading hype, fake testimonials and questionable activity with people’s credit cards. Do not be fooled by this website, it is purely designed to promote a known scam, nothing more.
First of all I watched the news video on the right hand corner of the web page. It had absolutely nothing at all to do with this ‘opportunity’ whatsoever. I thought maybe I’d missed something but this video really is just a short clip of an ABC news report on ‘work from home’.
It was made in 2011 and interviews a random guy that works from home…. Why do they have this on the website? Probably as an attempt to add credibility but in my opinion it fails miserably.
Every link on that page takes people to the sales page for ‘Earn At Home Club’ which is a complete and utter scam.
Before we get that, I just wanted to prove how much of a lie this website is first.
Nothing Is True On This Page
First of all ‘Jennifer Becker’ is a fictional character and she is not from wherever the page is saying she is from.
For me it said she was from Australia… (because I live in Australia)
But I found this from another persons review where it says she is from Madison in the US…
Secondly, this was never a legitimate interview and if you look at the dates on the page they simply change according to when you visit. The same is true for the fake comments that simply update every day.
Third, apparently there is a ‘registration deadline’ which… surprise surprise is also updated each day. There is no deadline, it’s just their to add a sense of urgency.
Finally, it claims the most ridiculous nonsense about push button riches and contains fake income claims that cannot in any way be substantiated. Nothing about this page is real and it’s designed for one purpose only, to get you to click on the affiliate links.
It’s Designed To Promote The Earn At Home Club (EAHC)
As you’ll quickly find out the entire one page website is purely designed to promote it’s affiliate links to EAHC. The first thing you’ll notice with this program is the hype around the income potential and how it will all be super easy.
That is another red flag because nothing is ever that easy. Building any business takes time, effort and persistence, it does not happen in days or weeks. These people are straight up lying to you!
What Is EAHC?
It claims to have some affiliation with Google and tries to leverage a non-existent relationship with several credible companies. This is nothing more than a marketing tactic to gain your trust and remove doubt, they are in no way affiliated or endorsed with Google or ABC or any other legitimate company for that matter.
In fact it is not clear at all what this program is even about other than being a ‘work from home opportunity’. If I am going to pay for something, I want to know what it is. I am not going to buy ‘hope’.
This guy signed up and couldn’t even access anything…
In fact there are tons of complaints from people all over the web about this program which is probably why they continue to change their name and have quite a few of these ‘Jennifer Becker’ style websites promoting it with different names.
There’s also a ton of up-sells via email and phone (if you put your phone number in) so most likely this low ticket offer is just a way to get people into a much bigger and more expensive scam. This is very common with these kinds of things. Believe me when I say that $4.95 is just the beginning.
How Much Does It Really Cost?
They claim it’s only $4.95 but in actual fact you can get it for $1 by clicking away and then staying on the page after they try and trap you in. Once you’re in the order page if you read the fine print you’ll notice that it actually costs $77 after 3 days and then $77 per month thereafter.
People are reportedly having a nightmare of a time trying to get their money back and cancel the order within 3 days in the first place which means this is a very real credit card fraud risk. That is the second biggest reasons I didn’t buy it, the first one being I know it’s total junk.
They have this ridiculous fake timer in the order screen as well to go along with the hype about being limited spots, this increases the likelihood people will skip over the fine print and just buy without knowing about these extra charges. None of the time related claims are true, they are just tactics to get people to buy quickly without thinking or researching properly.
The Testimonials Are Fake
Like a lot of these kinds of scams, the testimonials are just pictures from stock photography or straight rip offs from Google. Not one of these people are genuine system users that have made money like they are claiming.
Take this one for example…
Here she is somewhere else online (Google Images)…
Making money online is not some easy, push button gig and if it was then everyone would be rich. These kinds of sites are a perfect example of scam marketers using their knowledge to mislead and deceive people that are desperate for money or looking for a way to escape the 9-5 grind.
This is a total scam and I do NOT recommend it to anyone.