Wah Edu (Work At Home Education) is yet another link posting scam.
Aside from taking your hard earned money, they work hard to get much more money out of you over the phone. When they’ve milked as much money out of you as possible, they sell your information to the highest bidder so they can do the same.
Really? Yes. This may sound harsh, but it’s the cold hard truth. I hate seeing people get ripped off, so I tell it like it is.
Read on to see undeniable proof of what I’m saying…
WAH Edu Review
WAH Edu (wahedu.com) was registered anonymously in March of 2014. Depending on when you visit this site, and through what link, there are different versions.
Some versions are more ‘hypey’ than others, and use a different marketing angle. But regardless, each version sells the same link posting scam system.
That’s why it pays to do your homework, so they can’t trick you with these tactics.
Anyways, here’s why I recommend avoiding this program…
They Use Very Misleading Websites To Promote It
The first big red flag is the kind of websites these guys use to promote this program, completely fake news websites.
From the stories, the names, the comments at the bottom and the suggested affiliations with news companies… it’s all totally fake.
Every single link points to whatever program they are pushing.
These guys have many of these sites that all do the same thing, use the same fake comments, testimonials and tactics. This is highly unethical and misleading in my opinion.
They Are Constantly Changing Names
From what I have seen so far there are several main website templates these people use with their websites.
Each version sells the same underlying program. But the site names, web address, fake personas and other elements change frequently. They simply change a few details around and keep on pushing the same old rubbish.
This makes it very hard to to warn people and it also makes it very difficult for authorities to do much about. This particular website was once known as ‘Work At Home edu’ and is near identical to the following websites:
- Wah Academy
- Work At Home University
- Wah University
- Wah Rev
- Many other names
A genuinely legitimate business would have absolutely no reason to have a vast array of almost identical websites all selling the same thing.
The only reason for this is because they are constantly shutting down and re-opening under different names as people catch on to their deception.
So, who’s behind WAH Edu? Your guess is as good as mine.
They change things up so often it is near impossible to keep track of it. I’m not kidding, it’s that bad.
For example, Work At Home Edu was once supposedly owned by Michelle Robinson. Yet, they now claim it’s run by Bobbie Robinson. I wouldn’t be surprised if this changed again.
In any case, it doesn’t really matter what names they use, it’s all fake.
Wah Edu is directly connected to many known scam websites and fake personas. More importantly, link posting is not a real job or business.
Most people would never know how deep these scams run or about their history but the proof is here for all to see.
The Training Is Average At Best
The training they provide is very generic and focusses on affiliate marketing using the most ‘spam like’ methods going.
To make money you’ll have to spam people on social media or forums with your affiliate link.
Why? You need traffic.
The other option is to pay boatloads on advertising which isn’t smart unless you know what you are doing.
Teaching people legitimate and scalable methods of building an online business is simply not what these people do.
What exactly is affiliate marketing and affiliate links anyway?
First of all, affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model. An affiliate promotes other companies products and services and is paid a commission when someone buys through their unique affiliate link.
There are various ways you can go about this.
The best approach is to build a simple website which you can use to get free traffic (website visitors) through Google, Yahoo and Bing. You can promote any relevant product to your visitors as long as it’s legit and they find it valuable.
Traffic schemes and spamming are not real ways to build a business. Period. Paid traffic can work very well but you’ll lose a lot of cash if you don’t know what you are doing.
The Support Is Very Average
There’s countless complaints from folks who cannot get support, access their accounts, or obtain a refund.
If their other websites are anything to go by, the support is non-existent. In reality, this is just a sales team working hard to get you spending more money.
Pushy Sales Tactics
Once you access the members area, the upselling begins. They try to convince each new member to spend WAY more money and make it sound ‘essential’ to start making money.
It’s not. It’s equally rubbish, it just costs more. As in, into the $10,000’s in some cases.
This is done over the phone by pushy telemarketers for the most part. These people are ruthless and extremely rude because they have one goal in mind, get you to buy. They could care less about you and they are most certainly not there to ‘coach you.
I don’t know about you, but I hate receiving annoying calls, texts and emails trying to convince me to buy stuff. Especially when the program I just purchased was supposed to help me do the same thing!
Your Sensitive Information Is At Risk
These people have a solid reputation for selling a persons information to the highest bidder.
It’s not uncommon for people to receive several calls per day, and dozens of spam emails.
Really. The spamming is practically endless.
The more alarming concern is giving them your sensitive information, such as credit card details. It goes without saying, fraud is rampant online. It pays to be very careful who you give those details to.
I am not saying for a fact this will happen, but based on my research and the history of these websites, proceed with caution.
This may be one of the more legit ‘looking’ versions of these link posting sites, but don’t let this fool you. It’s not worth spending your hard earned money on and will inevitably lead you down a path of frustration and disappointment.
I recommend steering well clear from this, or anything even resembling it.