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Total Income Answer, Scam or Legit? Here Is My Review

By Kyle / February 20, 2017
Total Income Answer review

It claims to be the #1 work at home system but is this true? Is it legit? Or is Total Income Answer a scam? I have conducted a review of the program and you might be surprised to see what I found. You are definitely going to want to read this if you were thinking about buying into the program.

Total Income Answer Review

  • Name: Total Income Answer (aka Total Income Reset)
  • Website: ultimateincomesolution.com/TIA/
  • Owner: Karen Evans
  • Price: $97 + upsells
  • Rating: Revealed at the end

The first thing that I want to bring to your attention in this review is a few blatant lies that the people behind this program tell you. Then I’m going to go over the underlying truth of it all.

The first lie that caught my eye was their use of fake news…

Fake NewsTotal Income Answer scam

At the top of the Total Income Answer sales page you will see that they say this program has been featured on multiple news sites. The fact that they tell you it has been on the news gives you a certain level of trust for the program.

The problem is that Total Income Answer has never been featured on any reputable news source. You can search for it on Fox News, MSNBC, USA Today, ABC, and CNN and you aren’t going to find a thing about it or Karen Evans.


There is a fake news article about Elon Musk and President Donald Trump that is designed to funnel people into buying this program. I took a screenshot of the article below…

This article appears to be on USA Today’s website, but if you take a closer look it is not.

The website is usatoday.comnewsupdate.com/. The actual domain of this site is “comnewsupdate.com/”. The “usatoday” part of it is a subdomain. They have made this site to be able to trick people into thinking it is the real thing.

If you go to the site and click around you will realize that it is not real at all. The real USA Today website is usatoday.com.

Does Karen Evans Even Exist? NOPE

The creator of this program is supposedly named Karen Evans, but this lady does not exist and I’ll show you why.

Ok, here is the image of here along with her sob story…Total Income Answer Karen Evans

And here is an image of the same woman along with the same sob story, only this lady’s name is Emily Hudson. This is from an identical program with a different name, called Ultimate Home Profits.

I have seen this same image and story on numerous programs that have come out over the years. The image itself is actually a stock photo that anyone can buy and use online.

The Underlying Truth of Total Income Answer

Some of what they tell you is true to some extent, but its still misleading.


Its true that there are companies out there that are looking to get people to post links for them from home.

Its called affiliate marketing


This is when you promote products by posting links to them on websites like Amazon, and each time someone clicks on your links and buys the product, you get paid a commission.

Its actually an awesome business model and its how I make my money online.

Can You Make Money Doing This?

As I just said, Affiliate marketing is how I make money online, so yes, you absolutely can make money this way. But… its very misleading what Karen Evans tells you.

The calculator that they put on the website is such a lie.



There is no way you can accurately predict how much a link will make you. It could make you $15. But it also could make you $0. And it could also make you thousands of dollars.

There is just no way to accurately predict how many people are going to click your link and buy that product. Saying that you will earn $15 per link is ridiculous.

It Doesn’t Work Like Total Income Answer Claims

Karen Evans tells you that all you need to do is follow 3 simple steps

But this just isn’t how it works.

Here is what I predict is going to happen when you buy into this program, and this opinion is based on reviewing hundreds of similar programs to this…

You will be provided with some crappy training that isn’t going to be sufficient and you are going to feel forced to buying into upsells. You will get customer records as they say and then you will be given a crap website that you are supposed to get people to go to. They are going to want you to spam emails to the customer’s that they just gave you records of.


You can learn how to legitimately start affiliate marketing here

Final Rating & Final Thoughts



I’ll give it a 1 out of 10 just due to the simple fact that I didn’t buy it and test it out.

The people behind this program lie right to your face. They lie about being featured on the news and even promote Total Income Answer with a fake news site. Then they make up “Karen Evans” who has been used with scams in the past. And throughout the entire sales page they mislead you a lot on how you will be making money.

Like I said, you can absolutely make money by posting links online, but its just not quite as easy as they tell you it is.

What do you think about Total Income Answer? Do you have anything to add to this review? Comments, questions??? Leave them below…

About the author


My name is Kyle and I am the owner of Earn Beast. I created this website to explore the various ways of earning and mainly focus on teaching others how they can make money online. To learn how I make a full-time income online, Click Here

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