Your Home Biz may sound like one heck of an amazing opportunity to make some money online… but is it really? Or is Your Home Biz a scam like it kind of seems to be?
I’m writing this review for anyone out there that has came across this program and is suspicious of the claims it makes. Your instinct just paid off and you are right to be suspicious. Much of what you have heard on the sales page for this program is very misleading and in this review I’ll be breaking it down for you and giving you the truth of the matter.
Your Home Biz Review
- Name: Your Home Biz
- Creator: “Stephan Erikson”
- Price: $97
- Recommended?: No; more on this
Your Home Biz is an affiliate marketing training program that supposedly gives you the tools and training to make loads of money online. The sales video for this program is filled with hype and has a lot of very misleading claims. Also the man behind it, Stephan Erikson, doesn’t really tell you much of anything on what you actually get with this program. He expects you to buy into it before knowing.
The first section of this review is going to be on all the misleading claims and lies that you are told. I think it is very important that I point these out to you.
Lies & Misleading Claims
I started affiliate marketing in 2015 and make a living doing it now, so I have a lot of experience in this field and am able to tell you that much of what you are told in the sales video is very misleading. There are also a few blatant lies that I’ll point out as well.
#1 – The Testimonials Are Fake
Remember all of the testimonials near the beginning of the sales video? Maybe there are multiple sales videos but the one I watched showed these people praising this program…
All of these testimonials are fake as far as I’m concerned. There are a lot of discrepencies between these testimonials and the actual program. First off, the one guy says “Hi Landon” as if the creators name is Landon, yet he claims his name is Stephan later on in the video. Also the one guy in the blue talks about all the money he is making on Ebay when this program has absolutely nothing to do with Ebay selling.
#2 – Fake Countdown Timer
Don’t worry about this offer expiring. They are keeping this program open for everyone and anyone that wants to give them money for it. When this timer runs out nothing happens.
#3 – The Earnings Disclaimer
In the sales video he talks all about how awesome this is and how you are pretty much guaranteed to make money with this program. But then I went tot the earnings disclaimer and this is what I found…
No implications, suggestions….etc of earnings??? Are you kidding me? This is ridiculous and basically the purpose of this is so that they can’t get in any legal trouble when there are a bunch of people complaining that this program doesn’t work.
#4 – “Stephan Erikson”
I was unable to find any information on this guy. So I really cannot say whether or not his sob story of being laid off and struggling, then coming across an internet millionaire at Starbucks is true or not. But what I can tell you is that I have reviewed many scams over the years and this is the typical story.
#5 – Misleading Income Claims
As mentioned, I am a full-time affiliate marketer and have been doing this since 2015. And I know that much of what they tell you here is a lie. They make it seem like you can just go around posting links everywhere and make money. If it were this easy then everyone would be doing it.
Affiliate marketing is a great way to make money online, but as with anything.. it takes real work to be successful at. If you take the approach that this program is leading you to believe actually works…. you won’t make much of anything… if anything at all.
What You Get With This Program
He really doesn’t tell you much of anything as far as what you get here. Basically he tells you that you will be getting training and tools. He leaves it vary vague and doesn’t go into detail.
When I clicked to buy the program and went to the checkout page it game me a bit more detail about what you get here.
It says that you get a 21 video training series along with a lot more. This makes me wonder if you are actually buying into MOBE here, which is an online marketing program that I have reviewed numerous times that also has a 21 step training system. Its basically one of those “hey buy this program and you can make a bunch of money selling this program” type of deals and there are always websites popping up from affiliates trying to sell it under different names.
If it is MOBE then I don’t recommend it because it gets very costly and most people fail with it. But there is no other information or anything that I could find that actually prove that it is MOBE.
Final Thoughts & What I Recommend
The bottom line here is that you don’t know what the heck you are buying into here. They leave you in the dark and expect you to whip out $97 without even knowing anything. What you do know is that they lie to you over an over again and mislead you into thinking that this is going to be some amazingly simple way to make money online.
I haven’t actually bought this program but I can tell you that this has all the warning signs of a scam. It actually reminds me of scams that I have reviewed like Xtreme Home Paycheck & Total Income Answer, which are other BS affiliate marketing training scams.
My suggestion if you are interested in making money online affiliate marketing like I do is to look into this program. I joined in 2015 and make a living doing this now… so that is a testament to how good it is. Also it is by far the most beginner friendly program that I know of and they offer a free membership.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns just leave them below and I’ll get back to you 🙂