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IncomeAtHome85.com - How Does It Work - Any Complaints?


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I heard about the incomeathome85.com web site this morning on the radio. The commercial sounded great for making money at home. Has anyone tried them out? How does the program work? There were not many details given in the commercial. Any praises or any complaints would be a welcomed post before I try them out.

Thanks in advance.

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These things are almost always a scamA confidence game or other fraudulent scheme, especially for making a quick profit; . Usually, you send someone money to send you an "informational package" to tell you how to make money from home. You are making them get rich from their home.

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Total scamA confidence game or other fraudulent scheme, especially for making a quick profit; !!! Don't even waste your time!

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why don't you stop playing with poeple

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I heard this on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show ... I don't think the hosts of these shows have any idea how legit the companies are that they advertise on the shows. As long as the bills are paid, they will play an ad from just about anybody.

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What is so scary to me is when I read stuff like their fine print:

Third Party Sites

After we sell, license, transfer, and/or share your information with our affiliated companies, any of the Advertising Businesses, or any third parties, we do not have control over how they will use, collect, and/or disseminate your information. Accordingly, we recommend that you review the Privacy Statements of the corresponding affiliated companies, Advertising Businesses, and third parties with whom we have shared and/or sold your information in order to acquaint yourself with their information collection, use, and/or sharing policies. If you have concerns with how your information is being used by an affiliated company, Advertising Business, or a third party to whom we have provided your information, and your inquiries to that party are not addressed to your satisfaction, please let us know using the contact information provided below. However, you understand and agree that we are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these other websites, and you agree that we are not responsible for how such information is ultimately used.

Huh!?!?

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I hate the sites that jump to another site immediately. I know they have to do it but it is truly annoying.

The people who own incomeathome85.com also own incomeathome.com. So they probably put the number in the domain to track where you found them or heard their advertisement. I heard incomeathome[somenumber].com I think with George Noory. I bet it's on all the popular radio shows.

I wish the radio shows would do the homework for us to determine if these types of ads are for legitimate companies or scams. I need extra money but I don't want to waste time and money chasing a mirage!

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I heard this commercial on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show I think. I usually don't even think twice about these ads I hear on the morning shows but this one caught my attention. I did a little research to see if this work at home company may be legit.

First, the domain name, IncomeAtHome85.com immediately redirects me to another url:
http://radio.theonlinebusiness.com/goland45/IAH85-Abacast

Well, I think this is a middleman who works for all the radio stations to collect information for the various radio stations. The group behind the IncomeAtHome85.com domain is:

Centurion Media Group
Ashley Hogg

PO Box 1132, Lauriston House
Lower Collymore Rock Drive
Bridgetown, BB BB
BB

I personally hate businesses who use the domain redirects. I also hate it when their address is a PO Box. However, this company doesn't hide any of their information so they could be as legit as any other law abiding company. They have phone numbers listed as well so they may be ok. I'll sit back and wait on some more posts before I try any of their services though.

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