Beware of Dwayne Brightman, the “WorkAtHomeCoach.”
I have to hand it to old Dwayne Brightman. Honestly. You don’t see very many people charging others to give them a list of scams. He’s certainly a pioneer in that aspect.
Is the WorkAtHomeCoach.com a Scam?
This week kicks off with a review of WorkAtHomeCoach.com. It’s run by Dwayne Brightman and he claims to have the secret to making millions of dollars online and he’s being FORCED to share it with everyone for just a few bucks, despite making repeated claims that he has nothing to sell.
News flash Dwayne: people who have nothing to sell usually don’t need visitor’s credit card information. I also wonder who is FORCING Dwayne to reveal his secrets? Does any thought go into these presale pages any more?
So, what exactly is the workathomecoach selling?
Currently, it looks like Dwayne Brightman is advertising for “Online Business Systems” which features a lovely negative-option offer. If you’re unfamiliar with negative-option offers, here’s a quick recap. These types of offers are currently plaguing the web. They claim to send you a free packet of information to you if you cover the $9.95 in shipping costs. Unfortunately, that “free” packet of information comes with a monthly membership fee and the people running the scam will continue to charge you for months until you cancel your “membership.”
In this case, Online Business Systems will charge you around $40 per month and the free packet of information is nothing more than a promotion for Herbalife. According to various customer complaints around the web, Dwayne Brightman has also promoted “auction listing” jobs in the past.
Ignore the dozens of fake review type website that are out there. Those are affiliates just blindly promoting whatever crap they can find.
I’d stay far away from anything Dwayne is promoting.
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