My Home Success Plan Review
How would you like to earn $379 per day? That’s the amount that April Matthews, the owner of My Home Success Plan, says that you can earn, at a minimum, with her moneymaking system. She says that the work is easy, that you can set your own hours, and that you’ll get paid promptly on the first and fifteenth of the month.
That sounds interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look at My Home Success Plan and see what the program is about. Is My Home Success Plan a scam, or can you make money with it?
Read on for the full My Home Success Plan review.
My Home Success Plan Overview
I’ve seen a lot of sites like My Home Success Plan; they all have videos from news programs and logos that suggest that major networks have talked about their product. In this case, the site features logos of CNN, Fox News, ABC, USA TOday and MSNBC, along with a video that features Matt Lauer.
Gosh, if all of these networks have featured My Home Success Plan, then the program must be legit, right? Well, I wouldn’t jump to that conclusion right away. The fine print above the network logos says “Work from home opportunities have been featured on…”
In other words, those networks, at one time or another, have done stories about working from home. Have they specifically mentioned My Home Success Plan?
No, they have not. The video with Matt Lauer is a generic video that talks about working from home. It doesn’t talk about My Home Success Plan at all.
Still, “April Matthews”, if that is really her name, says that you can earn $379 per day if you can “spare 60 minutes” of your time.
Not only that, but My Home Success Plan says that I’ll get paid $500 minimum just for trying out the program, which comes with a 60 day moneyback guarantee.
According to the My Home Success Plan site, you don’t need any prior experience or skills. You can be your own boss and choose your own hours. You can start earning immediately.
Unfortunately, the site says, there are only a “limited number” of spots available in my area.
Before you can sign up for My Home Success Plan, you’ll first have to see if you qualify. I filled in my name and was told that there are currently 115 positions available in my city. Great! What do I have to do to get this amazing work-at-home job?
I have to give them money.
For the secrets of how to earn $379 per day, My Home Success Plan asks that you pay them $97.
The My Home Success Plan site is full of testimonials from people such as “Curt,” who says he’s earned $1040 already, and “Leanne,” who says she has earned more than $6200.
So what will you be doing when you sign up for My Home Success Plan? According to the site, you’ll be “posting links.” The site says that the more links you can post per day, on forums, social media, and other Websites, the more money you’ll make.
They even have a handy calculator to use on the site. You add in the number of links you can post per day, the amount of money you expect to earn per link (how would you know?) and the calculator will show you how much money you can expect to earn.
Of course, if you’re earning the $379 per day that the site says you can make with the My Home Success Plan program, you’ll be earning $138,335 per year!
So, can you really make tons of money with My Home Success Plan? Likely not. The site says that they’ll introduce you to a company that pays regularly, and that you’ll be posting links on that company’s behalf.
Based on my own searches, I think the “company” that you’ll be promoting with your links is My Home Success Plan.
In other words, when you purchase the My Home Success Plan, you’ll be given an affiliate link for the My Home Success Plan program.
You will then be asked to post links all over the Web that encourage people to visit the My Home Success Plan Website and buy their program for $97. Presumably, when someone makes a purchase after clicking on your link, you will earn a small commission.
The My Home Success Plan Website does not tell you how much money you will earn for each sale.
One thing that struck me as odd about the My Home Success Plan site:
I found the link for the “Members Login” page on the site. This is the page you use to access the site after you have paid so you can gain access to your training materials and your affiliate links.
The page simply said, “Under Construction.”
I think I’d shy away from paying for this product.
So, in the end, My Home Success Plan isn’t a magic system for making money online. Instead, it’s an example of affiliate marketing – you promote a product in exchange for a commission.
The difference is that most affiliate marketing programs are free to join. You don’t have to pay to promote a product. In fact, most companies with affiliate programs are happy to let you join them for free. Many companies even provide information about how to promote their products, so you don’t have to pay for the training from sites such as My Home Success Plan.
The training about how to make money with affiliate marketing is readily available from a variety of sources on the Internet. Many of these sites are legitimate, and won’t try to fool you by claiming that they’ve been “seen on TV.”
Can you make money with My Home Success Plan? Maybe, but there are better ways to make money than with this program.
My Home Success Plan Summary
My Home Success Plan has a misleading Website, a home page with stock photos of supposedly successful members, and unrealistic suggestions as to how much money you can earn with their program.
If you’re interested in making money online, there are better ways to learn than by joining My Home Success Plan. I’d try one of those programs instead.
My Home Success Plan is not recommended.