Program: 37 Clicks
Review Summary: A fake ‘link posting’ business opportunity (located at 37clickssp.secureonlinehost.com) that doesn’t actually exist and certainly doesn’t pay people $15+ per link. There is also some serious risks associated with giving these people your information I definitely recommend avoiding this.
Price: $37 + massive up selling
The Lies & Deception
There’s no limit to the absolute deception and blatant lies these guys employ to trick and mislead people into trusting them.
The first way they do this is by creating an entirely fake persona, named Kelly Scott. This person is not real, she is not a single mother and she is definitely not making money online posting links.
Take a look at the website’s earnings disclaimer (the part most people don’t read):
Another thing I want to point out is how they use many websites that are almost identical and sell EXACTLY the same thing. Why does that matter? Because apparently the same program has been made by a variety of different people- all of which are single mothers and all of which are completely made up!
This screenshot was taken from the 37 clicks website:
This one was taken from the ‘Ultimate Work From Home’ website by Emily Hudson located at ( ultimatehomeprofits.com ):
Notice how both of these pages are promoting the same thing under different names?
They also try and leverage actual news reports and logos where possible to make the whole gig seem more legit. The news video is reporting on a random lady that works from home that has absolutely nothing to do with this website whatsoever.
They regularly use fake comments and testimonials in addition to this to come across as the real deal. I have proven time and time again in my other reviews of these websites that this is all completely fake.
What About The Program Itself?
Let’s now take a look at the actual program they are promoting, a link posting scheme.
There really is no truth to their claims that people can make hundreds of dollars per day by simply ‘placing links’ online. That will not happen, I cannot overstate this enough.
The only legitimate business model that is even remotely close to what they are talking about is called affiliate marketing. This is a business that allows you to promote reputable companies products and services via your own unique ‘affiliate links’ to the vendor website.
When people buy stuff through your affiliate links you get a commission. This is a multi billion dollar per year industry and it is definitely legit.
Take a look at the following screenshot where there is a small crumb of truth in what they are saying. Unfortunately they have grossly misrepresented the industry and have deliberately oversimplified the process.
Affiliate marketing is not as simple as ‘posting links’ but companies like Amazon do pay affiliates a commission for sending business there way. I make commission through Amazon myself so I am speaking from experience and there are many companies who participate in this kind of business model.
The bottom line is they are not teaching people how to do this, they are completely misleading people into thinking they’ll just sign up and post a few links and bam, start making money… that is total BS!
Some Of The Risks
There are more dangers than just losing $37 I can assure you, and one of the biggest is having your information sold to the highest bidder. Notice how they get your name, email and phone number before they show you anything? That’s because they intend on calling, emailing and texting you all about other, much more expensive programs they are offering.
They also sell your info to anyone they can, which means more annoying boiler room salespeople hassling you. These people are very convincing so prepare yourself to be hustled if you’ve given them your details.
Another very alarming risk is with their payment portal that is not actually verified at all, and is not secure. They claim to offer PayPal but it does not work, it’s just yet another attempt to look legitimate to the unsuspecting consumer.
Here’s what happens when you click on the Authorize.net button on the payment page, all of their websites are like this that I have reviewed. They simply have a membership with this company but are not verified, which anyone can do.
There have also been a lot of reports of people not being able to obtain refunds, access their accounts at all or contact support after purchasing.
I have nothing positive at all to say about this program or the methods they use to trick people into buying. This is nothing more than a blatant scam.
Unfortunately these people have a large number of similar scam websites and will probably continue doing this and getting away with it to some extent. They normally just change a few details around and keep on running this crap so it’s very hard for authorities to shut them down since they continue changing web addresses, website names and fake personas.
Whatever… I’ll just keep on exposing these useless websites every time I find them.