Home Jobs Today tries to suck you in with their lies about all the money you can make online, but don’t fall for it! Home Jobs Today is a scam without a doubt and I’ll be proving it to you right now in this review.
Home Jobs Today Review
- Website: home-jobs-today.com
- Founder: Kelly Simmons
- Price: $97 + upsells
- Rating: 2/10 (Definite scam. The only reason I give it a 2 is because they do sell you a product, although it is terrible)
To start off this review let me go over one of the first lies that I spotted. And that is “fake news”.
Remember all the logos to different news stations up at the top of the page at Home-Jobs-Today.com?
These are all fake. The scammer who made this site just put them up there to try to add credibility to what they are trying to sell you. Because if it was featured on the news it would seem more well known and like a proven legitimate method to make money online. But thats not the case.
If you do a search on for “Home Jobs Now” on CNN, USA Today, MSNBC, FOX News, and ABC, you will NOT FIND anything related to this site. You can also search Kelly Simmons, the person that claims to have written the site, and you won’t find anything related.
And as far as the news video that plays. Thats fake too. I don’t have proof of this but I can tell you that its VERY EASY to pay someone on sites like Fiverr to make fake news broadcasts for you.
Kelly Simmons Is A Lie
The lady in the photo is nothing but a lie. She isn’t the person writing this and you will realize it once I show you this.
This is the picture from Home Jobs Now’s website. It shows Kelly sitting at her desk on her laptop.
But this image is nothing more than a stock photo that anyone can buy and use online for whatever they want.
How do I know?
Because look at this. I screenshotted the image and uploaded it to Google for an image search. The results…
There are literally over 10 pages of results on Google for websites that use this same exact image.
Although I don’t know what stock photo site it came from, I think its pretty obvious that its a stock photo.
A lot of these sites are just regular legitimate business sites that use this image for one reason or another. For example you can see on the left the one site is uscmec.com, which is a medical school.
But there are also a lot of scam sites just like this Home Jobs Today site that use this same image. Its more than likely a scammer who builds out tons of similar websites.
Here is another scam site that is pretty much the exact same thing as Home Jobs Today. Its called Ultimate Home Profits and the image of Kelly Simmons is also used here. Except… she goes by a different name.
And the list of these nearly identical scam sites goes on and on.
You Won’t Make Money Like They Say
This is nothing more than a link posting scam. “Kelly” talks all about how companies really want individuals to go out and post links for them to help them make sales. And this is true. Its called affiliate marketing and its actually how I make a full-time income online.
Its true that you can make good money by promoting products and services for big companies. But its NOT easy, especially if you go into it with the mindset that they give you at Home Jobs Today.
They basically make it sound like you spend several minutes posting a link and that the link will make you $15, which couldn’t be further from the truth. There are so many variables that go into how much you will make and there is no way you can place a fixed number, like $15, on it.
There is a lot more to affiliate marketing than Home Jobs Now explains and you will not be successful with what they teach.
Home Jobs Today is a SCAM Without a Doubt
I could go on for a while longer pointing out all of the lies and scam-like features that Home Jobs Today has on their site, but I don’t think there is any point to it. Having proof that “Kelly Simmons” isn’t real and having proof that they lie about being featured on the news is enough for me and it should be for you to stay the heck away from Home Jobs Today.
I have not purchased the Home Jobs Today program, but I can pretty confidently say that its a scam based upon what I see on the sales page and how many lies they tell you to suck you in.