Cynthia Sprinter appears to be a work from home success story.
Apparently, she was a struggling single mother who lost her job, until one day she discovered how to post links online. Now she’s rich and teaches others how to do the same.
Cool story. But the whole thing is fake and I’ll prove it to you.
Cynthia Sprinter Is an Alias and Her Story Is Fake
The first thing I want to point out is that Cynthia Sprinter is an alias.
Here’s a screenshot of her on the Cash From Home website…
Now here’s the exact same story and profile picture on another site called Online Income…
As you can see, the “rags to riches” story and photo she uses are identical. Only the woman’s name and the name of the program she’s promoting change.
Believe it or not, the people running these scam sites use many other alias’ too. Some of the common names are Kelly Simmons, Mary Rogers and Susan Whitman… but the list goes on. In any case, the story is always the same and they always promote the same thing.
Here she is as a stock photo which further proves the whole thing is fake….
Don’t feel bad if you were fooled by her story. The people who wrote it are experts. They know how to tug at your heart strings in a way that results in a sale. That’s the whole point, and it’s why the same scam has been running for so long.
Tied into the story are scam tactics like pretending to be associated with news and saying the ‘spots are limited’. Among all kinds of BS tactics. Unfortunately, this sort of this does trick people.
Why Her ‘Work From Home Job’ Is a Scam
There are many different alias’ and ‘versions’ of these sites, it’s confusing.
But they ALL sell the same old link posting scam.
The sales page presents it as a genuine ‘work from home job’ where you get paid to post links online. But it’s not a real work from home job at all.
The reason is because no one gets paid to post links. It’s not a real job or business of any kind. It’s literally just something these scammers made up because it sounds good.
Even if by some (one in a million) stretch a company was paying people to post links, they’d outsource to lesser developed countries. This is the internet, you don’t pay people top dollar perform menial tasks, this is simply not how businesses work.
The closest thing ‘posting links’ comes to, is affiliate marketing. Which IS a legitimate business model. But the keyword here is business.
It is true you can earn commissions when people buy stuff through your affiliate link. This is how I earn money online myself. But it’s not a job. It’s a business that requires real skills to build and takes time to get profitable.
Companies like Amazon pay their affiliates a commission when people buy products through their link for example. But getting people to click on your links in the first place is not as simple as spamming your links. You need to build a proper business if you want to become a successful affiliate marketer.
Which is how I know the whole notion of getting paid per link is a joke. It’s simply not real.
I’ve reviewed dozens of these scam sites which is how I also know that the training they provide does not teach you how to build a business. In most cases it’s a few generic video that teach you next to nothing. Yet it costs $47 to $97 depending on the site!
The worst art about these sites is they try to upsell you into much higher ticket programs that are equally useless. They trick people into thinking that the ‘real money’ is made once they fork out $10,000’s on personal coaching. They often do this over the phone too, which makes it near impossible to recover your money.
These scam sites are so bad the FTC have been involved as I explain in this article.
If you’re still on the fence about the legitimacy of these sites, you will want to read that article before doing anything else.
Cynthia Sprinter is not a real person and she will not help you work from home.
Rather, she’s part of a long running scam that tricks people into thinking they can make money posting links. They lead you to believe it’s a real work at home job when this couldn’t be further from the truth.
The smartest thing you could do is avoid any program associated with her name, and any program that uses the same fake story/ sales pitch. There are legitimate ways to create an income online, but there are also many scams.
Unfortunately, the alias ‘Cynthia Sprinter’ and her program are the latter.