First of all, my professionalism tells me you must have searched a bit about how to make money online if you stumbled across this review. So, let a young business major currently studying in HEC Montreal informs you about this machiavellian marketing scheme.
Let’s face it, making money as an individual on the internet is a hell of a job since you need to invest numerous hours promoting yourself amongst billions of other websites. Nothing new here, since the first bytes were sent and received by the Mother of all Modems, the Internet has been an absolutely genius way to advertise at a cheap fee and nowadays a company would lose gargantuan amounts of money if it didn’t own a domain name and updated his website on a regular basis.
Therefore, the average internet user will want to find an online company who is willing to help him make balanced revenues and promote honestly his websites. Guess what, these online money making websites exist!
«Hooray! It’s the end of my financial problems I can now make THOUSANDS of dollars a week comfortably seated in my seal-skinned armchair. »
Maybe were you thinking, seeing yourself smoking on an ivory pipe in front of your gold encrusted chimney. Even though it looks like you just stepped on an unexploited oil field, these websites will suck money out of you just like that cute teenager you met at the strip club last night who was trying to raise money for higher studies.
See, I started a free membership at HomeWebsiteCenter on April 29th 2010 while there was this special offer on regular unlimited membership. After filling in my name and email address, an enthusiastic bot tried to sell me the PRO upgrade for $97.75 instead of $197.75. My goal at this point was to see the website mechanics before investing any amount of money so I politely declined the offer but they were not done on their brand new seller/customer. After declining their upgrade, they offered the exact same package for $77.95. Still, I declined but the persevered bot tried another time at 67.95$. At this point, I still don’t have an advertising website online and they want my money so much they let their PRO package price down by almost 300%.
After declining for the third time, I could finally enter on my control panel. First thing I see?
« WARNING – You only have until midnight tonight to upgrade to PRO for just $47.95
At midnight it will go back up to $197.95. Limited to one per person. »
Wow! Just, wow…
The best part is that I came back the next morning only to see the same advertising on my front page.
After my first day as a small business owner, I could tell that HomeWebsiteCenter don’t see you as a seller or contributor but just as another customer. Congratulations, you are not dumb enough to buy stupid eBooks on how to enlarge your «values» or how to lose weight while reading my other eBooks. Maybe will you rather be the next fish who will want to spend $50 to $150 on something you still can’t be sure if it will work or how much money it will earn you.
Please, take this advice seriously (you should already know it by this time but you can never be too cautious) – Make sure to have enough information about your next investment before pouring any amount of money in the project. Following this motto, I decided to leave my website untouched for a month, only promoting it around forums and social networking.
The next month, I still did not receive any amount of money even though the statistics shown on my control panel were expanding at a ferocious rate. At this point, I stopped hoping for profits from HomeWebsiteCenter and started another experiment: I created a second account which I did not advertise at all. I swear, the results of my experiment will shock you, find out in HomeWebsiteCenter: What’s the Scam? (Part 2)!