Congratulations… you qualify to make easy money posting links online!
But you need to act quickly, because spots are limited…
Sound familiar? Yep.
The idea of making money with the ‘Get More Free Time’ program may sound exciting, but it’s not real. Unfortunately, this is just the latest spin on a long running scam.
If you were lured in by it, you’re definitely not alone. Pay close attention to this review as I show you what this ‘job’ is really about.
Get More Free Time Review
According to the WhoIs database, the website (www.get-more-free-time.com/nc) was registered by John Shaver in April 2017.
Well, I did some digging. I found that John Shaver is connected to several similar sketchy sites, but that’s about all I could find.
Anyways, once you give ‘John’ your name, email and phone number, you land on the sales page for ‘Get More Free Time’. Regardless of when you visit, you are also informed that there’s only limited spots available. Lucky you! The first thing you find is a news video which adds to the excitement.
The video is a real news video featuring ‘work from home jobs’ in the United States. The page says the program has been receiving a lot of ‘media attention’ lately so it’s only natural to assume the video is referring to this program.
This video was broadcasted years ago and it’s in no way referring to this program. It’s nothing more than a generic news video.
Why do they do this? To gain your trust as quickly as possible.
We then read on to learn about a woman named Kelly Simmons who claims she had a ‘chilling day that changed her life’.
It must have been a pretty frosty day, because she’s now living the dream and is so kind hearted she’s now showing you how to do the same. In this case, she is showing you how to become a ‘link placement agent’ and make over $300 per day posting links.
Or is she?
As someone who actually is a real person, and actually makes real money online, I can tell you that there is no such thing as a legitimate link posting job, or business. It’s 100% grade A bullshit guys.
But don’t take my word for it. It’s in the fine print:
Similar to the fake news endorsement, Kelly’s story is a carefully crafted marketing tactic designed to get you to buy. Her story is fake and she’s a nothing more than a stock photo.
What Is This Program Really About?
They say this is an easy and guaranteed way to make hundreds per day and even give you a calculator to work out your potential income.
Yet, when you look at their income disclosure the truth comes out:
Given this is the same old re-hashed program I’ve reviewed dozens of times on this site, there was no need for me to buy it to know what it is. It’s a fake link posting job. When you log into the members area (at best) you get some thin training that absolutely does not help you generate an income online.
The closest thing to ‘link posting’ is something called affiliate marketing. This is where you sign up to companies like Amazon and promote their products with your affiliate links, when people buy through your affiliate links you earn commissions.
This is real and it’s absolutely legitimate. It’s just not what they are teaching you to do properly. Instead, they try to oversimplify it into sounding like a ‘job’ where you can just sit back and watch the money roll in.
If you want to stand ANY shred of hope in making any money on the internet, please run far from anyone telling you this is how you will succeed.
They try to legitimise the program by saying it is part of a “Wealth Development Certification Program” which is essentially just something they made up. The only people getting wealthy are the scammers running it.
Beware Of The Fake Testimonials
One of the most common threads among these sites is their use of fake testimonials.
If you’ve read this far, you already know that most of what they are telling you is BS. What I haven’t mentioned yet is how they are actually using fake testimonials.
Every single one of them is fake. Here’s a couple I plucked from the page to show you proof:
If this really was such an amazing program… why the heck do the need to use fake testimonials?
Anyone can slap some random photos up and write a fake testimonial.
Coaching Call or Pushy Telemarketer?
If you purchase this rubbish, one of the first things you receive is a ‘coaching call’.
Rather than receiving expert help, you get a pushy telemarketer who convinces you to buy more stuff. I’m not against offering customers additional products if they hold value.
In this case, I very much doubt there’s any real value being offered.
And we are not talking a few bucks either. You’ll be asked to purchase $10,000’s in additional products that are meant to ‘help you’ get started online.
All I can say is, be extremely cautious of spending money with these people over the phone.
Safe to say, this is not something I recommend you to buy. Far from it.
The sales page is full of outright lies and gross fabrications, and posting links is not a real business. If you are trying to learn how to build a real online business, stay far away from this and anything that resembles it.
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