Home Income System is a new site that claims to help you make $400 per day posting ad links.
Sounds interesting, so I decided to check it out myself. And in this review, I’ll show you exactly what I found, to help you figure out if it’s a scam or legit way to work from home.
Home Income System Review
I came across the Home Income System website (theinternetsupport.com) today while surfing the web.
The site consists of a sales video, which is presented by a guy named “Kevin”. Who goes round and round in circles for quite some time, talking about how simple and easy it will be to start making $400 plus per day with this system.
The video eventually asks you to fill out a form that pops up underneath the video. This form asks you for your name, email and phone number which to be honest, is probably not something you want to be giving these people.
In any case, I filled out the form for the purpose of this review and was immediately taken to a second video. Which (like the first video) is mostly repetitive waffle about ‘making money with a simple system’.
This video repeatedly claims that lots of people are making money with the system. Yet provides zero proof of this at all. Which is odd because anyone can make that claim so without proof it holds no credibility.
Anyways, Kevin does eventually get to the point of what this system is about. Which is unfortunately where the most alarming red flags begin to popup.
What’s Home Income System About?
Home Income System is a site that claims to help you make $400 per day “posting ad links”.
Which isn’t actually a real thing. It is something these people made up out of thin air, to sell you a $47 program. In reality, the concept of posting ad links is just a new spin on an old scam known as link posting.
Kevin talks about how you can just signup to the program, choose a company to work with and start posting links. Apparently, the more links you post, the more money you will make. As if it’s some kind of ‘home job’ or something…
But it absolutely is NOT a job or even a real business. And I know this for two main reasons:
- This is really about affiliate marketing (which is how I earn a living)
- I’ve reviewed dozens of link posting scams on this site (so I know exactly how they work)
Firstly, Ad link posting (AKA link posting which is the same thing) is really just a gross oversimplification of affiliate marketing. Which is a business model where you promote other companies products online, and earn a commission when people buy through your links.
The process is relatively simple when you break it down, but it’s NOT as simple as these ‘link posting sites’ will have you believe. And there is a LOT more time and effort that goes into building a business this way.
Secondly, I’ve reviewed many link posting sites over the years, so I know exactly what they’re about and how they work. For example My Home Success Plan, Online Automation and Computer League to name a few recent sites.
There are MANY versions of this scam. And the reason for this is because once one scam site is shut down, they start a new one under a new name. This has been going on for YEARS now.
Anyways, my point is these sites may have some minor differences- but they’re ALL the same. They promise people a way to make money posting links, as if it is a job and you’ll be making money ‘per link’. Which is complete and utter nonsense.
How Does Home Income System Really Work?
The way Home Income System works, is by targeting people who are new to working from home. And feeding them a bunch of nonsense about how they will earn money posting ad links.
The site claims that “spots are limited” too, and that you have to act fast to “claim your spot”. This is all in an effort to get you to buy on impulse, without doing your homework.
According to Kevin, all you need to do is follow “3 super easy steps” to start making money:
- Follow the step-by-step training
- Choose an “ad link posting company” to work with
- Watch the money roll in
Unfortunately, this is not how it really works.
It’s true you can earn money posting ads online, but in this case ‘Kevin’ is really selling you on a business model called affiliate marketing. Which is legitimate but it is not that simple.
Yet, he claims that you will get immediate access to a system so powerful, it does mostly everything for you. So the idea is that instead of spending “upwards of $5,000” to start an online business and ‘learning the hard way’- this will put you on easy street.
But “done for you” systems don’t work and it doesn’t cost thousands of dollars to start a proper online business. Plain and simple.
The bottom line is that sites like this do their best to over-simplify the REAL process of affiliate marketing. Because it makes it more appealing for people to buy.
Let’s face it- no one wants to put time and effort into something they’re not even sure will work. So taking the ‘simple route’ is appealing. But the truth is, it’s not hard learn how to do affiliate marketing and it is well worth the effort over time.
In any case, there is no shortcut. The only people telling you there is, are those who want to profit off of your lack of knowledge about how online business really works.
Is Home Income System a Scam?
Whether you believe Home Income System is a scam is up to you.
On one hand, it is a scam because ‘ad link posting’ is not even real. This is nothing more than a gross over-simplification of affiliate marketing. And given the fake ‘limited spots’ BS the whole thing is misleading in my opinion.
On the other hand, considering how similar this is to other link posting sites, you may get some generic training for your money. Which some would say makes it not a scam.
My personal opinion is that it’s highly unethical at best.
There’s no way I’d throw money away on something like this. Mostly because I already earn a full-time income doing affiliate marketing so I KNOW how it works. And I know when something is total BS which I believe this is.
Most people who buy into these link posting scams end up losing a lot more than 47 bucks too. The reason they ask for your phone number is because they hire telemarketers to pressure members to buy more and more stuff.
Which is really why the link posting scam in general is so bad, many people have lost a lot of money from this particular scam over the years.
Home Income System looks like a simple way you can make money working from home. In reality, it’s a gimmick and will in my opinion only serve to disappoint those who buy into it.
Real money is not made by chasing shiny objects like this, it is made by learning real skills and putting in real effort over time. What you decide to do is totally up to you, but I won’t be recommending this ‘system’ to you.
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