For the past couple months there have been ads on television for a new “make money from home” program, that is making people thousands of dollars a month. I’ve reviewed a lot of these types of programs, so I decided to check this one out.

IncomeAtHome.com or IncomeAtHome(some #).com

The main domain the program sends you to is IncomeAtHome.com, but on the commercial they promote domains like IncomeAtHome32.com and IncomeAtHome15.com. I’m guessing that is to help track where their visitors are coming from and that sites are actually all the same. Once you’re on their homepage you will immediately see a form to enter your information to receive a risk free kit.

The Risk Free Income Kit

I have not ordered their risk free income kit, so I can only say a few things about it that are available on the website if you dig deep enough. First, pay careful attention that it is a “risk-free” kit and NOT a Free kit. The kit is $39.95 plus $9.95 for shipping and handling. You can return the kit within 90 days and get your $39.95 back, but it will still cost you the $9.95 shipping and handling and whatever the shipping cost to send it back.

As of the time this article was written, they also offer a 14 day free trial. But as before it will still cost you for shipping on both ends of the packages journey. You should also note that the 14 days starts when you order and they say it will be shipped to you within 72 hours. Then they have to receive the kit back before the 14 days has expired. So in reality you will have less than 10 days or you will be charged the full amount.

How Can IncomeAtHome.com Be A Scam, With All Those Endorsements?

On the surface it looks like IncomeAtHome.com is not a scam. There are several clever marketing tactics you should pay close attention to. First, all testimonials and endorsements were paid for by IncomeAtHome.com’s parent company. So you have to decide how much faith to put into what celebrities, tv and radio say about the product.

While they have been accredited by the Better Business Bureau for 9 years, which does require you to conform to BBB policies, they also pay a fee to remain accredited. They also have several hundred complaints that required BBB intervention to resolve. I don’t know if that’s a lot for their type of business and the Better Business Bureau doesn’t say whether it is above average or not on their website.

But I Don’t Want To Miss A Revolutionary Business Opportunity

Despite how the advertisements sound, this is not a new and unique way to make money on the internet. The kit is to help you get started selling Herbalife products. Herbalife is a good company and they also offer there own training course, all you need to do is sign up on their website. Most of Herbalife’s income is from affiliates, so they have significant resources set up to help you start selling their products.

So if you’re looking for an online business, I would check out Herbalife’s own website and get started with them. And only if you’re having trouble selling would I start trying “kits” or other paid means of advice.

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