I came across a new site called “Online Automation” today, which promises to give you a “proven work from home system”.
Apparently, a woman named Allison Evans is going to show you how to start posting links for big companies online.
Sounds cool, but as I will explain in this review, that is not the real story…
Online Automation Review
The website (online-automation.com-trends-2018.info) says you can earn hundreds of dollars per day. By putting in just 60 minutes or less of work!
Claims like this certainly sound exciting. I mean, who wouldn’t want such an easy way to make money online, right?
But this is simply NOT how real online jobs or businesses work.
And this site is no different. In fact, Online Automation is one of MANY link posting scam sites I’ve reviewed. These sites trick unsuspecting people into thinking they can make easy money at the push of a button.
To show you what I mean, check out my recent review of My Home Success Plan.
There are many other examples, but this is one of the more recent ones.
Anyway, let me explain what this ‘work from home job’ is really about…
What Is Online Automation About?
Online Automation is a ‘work from home’ site that does a good job at convincing people that they can make $1000’s per month by simply posting links online.
The sales page presents a convincing story of a ‘struggling single mother’ who became successful doing link posting. And now she wants to share her ‘secret’ with you. So that you can begin making money.
In reality, the whole story is fake and there’s no job.
The true purpose of the site is to get your $97. And if you do decide to buy, you will be repeatedly asked to spend even more money on higher ticket upsells. The way these sites operate is to ‘get you in the door’ at a low price point, and then pitch you higher and higher ticket programs from there.
At the end of the day, the only people making money with this are the people running the site itself.
How Does It Work?
The way the Online Automation site works is like every other link posting scam.
The site lures you in on the promise of a “real” work from home job, take your $97 and once you’re inside, pressure you into buying more stuff.
Of course they use all kinds of dirty marketing tactics to make that happen too.
Such as pretending to be associated with the news, a fake story told by an alias (in this case Allison Evans) and fake testimonials. Not to mention, fake countdown timers and talk of ‘limited spots’ being available in your area.
All of which is complete and utter BS.
Link posting is not a real job or business. This is something they literally made up. What it REALLY is, is a gross oversimplification of affiliate marketing.
This is where you signup to a free affiliate program like Amazon Associates, and promote their products, using affiliate links. When people buy a given product through your affiliate link, you earn a commission.
This is a real way to earn money online but you need real training, tools and support to make money this way. And it takes time because you need to build up traffic on your website if you want to have people to click on your links in their first place.
None of which this site gives you. Rather, they try to make it all sound like some sort of job (which it’s not) just so they can get $97 out of you. And a lot more if you buy into the upsells.
So the way this really works, is by making money off of unsuspecting people.
Who Is Allison Evans?
Allison Evans is a fictional character made up by the people running the Online Automation website (whoever they are).
I know this for TWO reasons…
Firstly, her story is the EXACT same story used on countless other link posting scam sites. As you can see below, here is the story she tells you on the website:
Now here’s the SAME story used on a few other recent link posting scam sites:
As you can see, the story is simply re-hashed over and over again. It has zero merit.
Secondly, she’s just a stock photo. Normally I would go about proving this but on this particular version they actually disclose this fact. Not sure why because they normally don’t disclose this, but hey.
Verdict – Is Online Automation a Scam?
Online Automation is a scam in my opinion, because it misleads people into buying a fake work from home job.
There is no such thing as a real link posting job and the ‘income calculator’ they give you is complete and utter nonsense. There is absolutely nothing real about that at all.
These sites do not teach you how to build a real affiliate business either. I haven’t bought each and every version of this scam (because there are literally hundreds of them) but when you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all.
They all look the same, operate in the same way and sell you the same old fake home job.
Real online businesses take time and effort to build. You will not make money by signing up and spamming some links all over the internet. If you want to make money online you need to learn real skills and put in real effort.
What you decide to do is up to you but hopefully you found this review helpful. And if you’d like to share your experience with this program, feel free to post a comment below.
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