Home Wealth Remedy Review
Would you like to earn $500 per day working from home? Of course you would. Who wouldn’t? That’s what Home Wealth Remedy is promising, and they say that if you sign up with them, you’ll get a “guaranteed home job” that will allow you to earn $87 per hour.
That sounded interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what Home Wealth Remedy is about. Is the program worthwhile, or is Home Wealth Remedy a scam?
Read on for the full Home Wealth Remedy review.
Home Wealth Remedy Overview
The Home Wealth Remedy is a bit coy about what you’ll be doing or how you’ll be doing it at this “guaranteed home job” they’re providing. They do tell you that this opportunity has been advertised on television, and they’ve even got graphics for Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, USAToday, and ABC.
Not only that, but they say that only 15 people will be accepted into this program per city. Fortunately, they told me that there were still 3 positions left in my city, so I’m eligible?
But eligible for what, exactly?
The Home Wealth Remedy sites shows pictures of mansions, yachts and private jets, and there’s even a simple calculator that allows you to determine how much you can make as a Link Placement Agent, which is what they call the “guaranteed home job” they’re offering you at Home Wealth Remedy.
What you’ll be doing, actually, is placing affiliate links on Websites and forums. Many major companies have what they call affiliate programs. These are programs designed to increase sales by allowing people to promote their products. When you join an affiliate program for Amazon or Wal-Mart, for example, you’ll be given a special link that’s unique to you. You can post that link around the Web and if someone clicks on it and makes a purchase, you’ll earn a commission.
This isn’t a secret. In fact, affiliate marketing has been around a long time and it even predates the Internet. What Home Wealth Remedy is going to show you is how to join affiliate programs and use them to make money.
What they don’t tell you is that you’re not going to get rich by posting affiliate links around the Web. Sure, you can earn a commission, and you might even earn a few dollars by promoting products from Wal-Mart, Amazon or Target. But you’re not going to start “making money right away.” You’re also not going to earn enough this way to buy a private jet, a mansion or an expensive sports car.
A lot of people who join the Home Wealth Remedy system seem to be using their training to promote the system itself, in order to get more people like you to sign up for their system.
So, is Home Wealth Remedy going to pay you to post links for them as a Link Placement Agent? No. In fact, they’re not even giving you a job. Yes, they said that you’d be getting a “guaranteed home job,” but that’s not true. In fact, it’s right there in all capital letters on the Home Wealth Remedy earnings disclaimer page:
“THIS IS NOT A JOB OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. THIS IS AN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.”
Home Wealth Remedy isn’t going to pay you to post links. They’re going to show you how to make money by joining affiliate programs and posting links around the Web. Can you actually make money doing this? Yes, but not in the way that they suggest. Their methods used to work about ten years ago. But those days are gone and today, posting links all over the Web is likely to lead to lousy results. Lots of sites no longer allow you to post those kinds of links, so you’ll have to build Websites of your own to promote products as an affiliate.
But that’s not what the people at Home Wealth Remedy are promising, so you’re not likely to learn anything useful.
Furthermore, the fine print on the Home Wealth Remedy Website points out that they’re not really affiliated with any of the news sites mentioned on their home page and that all of the pictures of people shown on the Website are stock photos and not photos of actual people who have made money with the Home Wealth Remedy system.
This program is like many others around the Web that to entice people to pay them a lot of money because they think they’re going to learn how to get rich quickly. They all use the same methods – they post logos from reputable news agencies and perhaps even a video that shows famous people talking about work at home opportunities. If you watch the videos, though, you’ll notice that they never mention the Home Wealth Remedy by name. The videos are just generic and talk about working from home in general.
The bottom line? If you join this program, you’ll learn how to do some things that you could learn how to do for free elsewhere. You’d also likely get better and more up to date information elsewhere.
Pros and Cons of Home Wealth Remedy
- Not excessively expensive
- Website looks nice
- Affiliate marketing is an actual thing
- There’s no such thing as a “Link Placement Agent”
- The “guaranteed home job” they promise doesn’t exist
- You likely won’t earn a dime
Home Wealth Remedy Summary
It’s possible that you could learn something if you invested in the Home Wealth Summary system, but you’re not going to learn anything that you couldn’t learn in a better way elsewhere. The site is misleading in suggesting that you’ll become wealthy by posting links around the Web and the “guaranteed home job” that they promise doesn’t exist. The fine print says it all – you’re buying a training program. You’re not getting a job and they’re not guaranteeing that you’ll earn even one dollar.
There are better ways to learn about affiliate marketing than Home Wealth Remedy and I recommend that you try one of those methods instead. You’ll get better and more current information and you won’t have to listen to ridiculous promises about how much money you’re going to earn.
Home Wealth Remedy is not recommended.