The way I came across Home Online Profit Education was through an advertorial regarding the current president.
The Advertorials that I came across tend to lead to some sort of business opportunity that they want you to do.
The key point here is what they want you to do and if it’s worth your time and money.
When I mentioned these two words HOPE and hopeless in my title, it is because of an opportunity the advertorial is funneling people into.
In this Online Income Review, I will go over the red flags so you can make an informative decision on what you want to do.
Specs About Home Online Profit Education
Product Name: Online Income
Free Access: No
Website URL: businesswire-trmp2.tech-insider-news.com
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What is Online Income?
- It’s an advertorial the tells a story about how people can make money from home.
How does it work?
- The story in the advertorial seems to be about a service called Online Income, however it funnels to a service called HOPE.
How much does it cost?
- It starts at $97 however, if you x-out you can get it for $47.
Who can join?
- It seems to be targeting people in the U.S.
I’ve come across a ton of advertorials about making money online, and they seem to alter a lot of their info.
Advertorials tend to write a great article about today’s time.
What seems like a great opportunity can be misleading if you don’t take the time to do your research.
I looked into where this Online Income leads to, and I must say the word HOPE is just an abbreviation of a renamed service that you should be aware of.
Let’s dig into this advertorial.
Are You Unfamiliar With Advertorials?
If you’re unfamiliar with advertorials they are ads. Like I just said, these ads tend to use the latest news to grab your attention.
Advertorials tend to also use News names and in this case, they used FOX News and ran a story regarding Donald Trump.
The stories in those ads are great reads and quite tempting, In this story, it was about how Donald Trump was letting people in on a secret.
To give you the gist of the story, it was mainly about how people were making money from home. They even flashed checks and showed how a Lady named Theresa Andrews made over 8 thousand dollars.
They love to talk about how people go from rags to riches just by taking action with a simple service that helps them change their lives.
It all seems great however when I saw the check, I had to check the check.
When I Check The Check
That is over 8 thousand dollars. Those dollars seem like a great sum of money to make within a month.
The curious side of me had to check out this over 8 thousand dollar check, and what I found out is that there are similar checks online.
There were some differences with each check.
The differences were who the check was endorsed to, the company on one of the checks, and the date.
To give you an idea of what I’m talking about, check out the images of the checks below.
This is the check within the advertorial that promotes Online Income.
When you see, to the order of, it’s endorsed to Melissa Johnson, also the amount is the same, the date is different, but other than that, that’s the only difference!
This check here was endorsed to Mary Stevens, the date is the only thing I see a difference and the amount is also the same.
In this check as you can see, the bank, company’s name, date, and endorsement of the check are all different however, everything else is the same.
These are all Photoshop checks in my book!
Also with advertorials, they tend to get you clicking right away because their stories are quite enticing and if you click before you reach the bottom of the page, you might miss a key point that is quite important.
When You Scroll To The Bottom
Of course, it’s the fine print that people can miss if they click too soon. If you take the time to read the fine print, you will come across the disclaimer.
If you read the disclaimer above, the story is just for entertainment purposed and the story is not endorsed by FOX News or Donald Trump.
Where Does Online Income Funnel To?
If you click on any part of an advertorial link, all the links redirect you to where they want you to go. This is where the word HOPE comes into play.
When I clicked on any link, it leads to a service call Home Online Profit Education which if you abbreviate it spells out HOPE.
I looked into what this HOPE is all about and it turns out it’s a renamed service called WAH EDU, aka Work At Home Institute, and now is called Home Online Profit Education.
Did You Notice?
If you clicked on any of the links and got redirected, you noticed the cost was $97. I always suggest to people especially if you gotta try it and are willing to pay for this service; is to X-out and stay.
If you do this, you will notice a price reduction. The first reduction was $77 and the final reduction was $47.
I also suggest you read the fine print especially for HOPE aka WAH EDU.
You know that one-time fee they say you will be charged, well, if you read the fine print, you only have access to their service for 6 months.
So um yeah, that one-time fee is only for a six month time period, then if you want to try it again, I guess you can try and X-out again and see if you get that discount again.
Did you notice that “have been featured on” image that they have at the top of their page, they forgot a few words such as not endorsed by, Lol?
What Exactly Is WAH EDU AKA Work At Home Institute AKA HOPE
Well, I don’t want you to get your hopes up too high especially when you come to an advertorial with a story claim.
Mainly what WAH EDU is, is a service that starts off at $97. It’s a service that is supposed to train you on how to make money in the online marketing field they start you off by posting links online.
I’ve already done a review on WAH EDU. Usually, what happens is that once you pay their starting fee, in a few days someone will call and let you know that there are other costs besides the $97 that is supposed to help you build a business from home.
You could read my full review here if you want to know the full details. I also recommend that you read the comments within my review from people who also tell their experiences when they decided to try WAH EDU.
A Few Thoughts That I Want To Bring Up
You know, I want you to think about this, if an ad has to go to the lengths of an advertorial to get you to click on any links without being very transparent where is the trust?
I showed you some fake check along with the terms that are not endorsed along with the ad saying themselves in their disclaimer that the story was just for entertainment purposes, how can you trust that!
People end up paying full price to check HOPE out when they could have paid nearly half the price.
It’s entertainment or you can even say alternative news done by fake FOX News except the real FOX News doesn’t endorse the entertainment.
Not only that, but it’s also a service that funnels you to a service that seems to have changed their name. It seems to me that this HOPE is misleading and can be hopeless for some.
All In All
In the end, it is always your decision on what you want to do. I did lay out some points that you should be aware of.
- Fake checks
- Not endorsed
- Name Change
- 6 months of access
- The story was for entertainment
- Down sell
If you think about how people make money online, I always say it starts with a website. It starts there because when you go online, you go to a website.
You can use a service like HOPE if you choose to, I personally like to check things out for free first and that is what this service here does.
Anyhow, stay safe and if you wish to leave a comment, feel free to let me know below. Thanks!