Learn How To Academy System Review
A new name to the game. Diane Fisher. Same old, same old, work at home link posting online scam. The hydra as I like to call it. ( Find out why I call it the Hydra!! ) Although, I must give whoever did this one a few props for inserting some originality into this ridiculous bull****. We’ll get to that in due time. For now, I want to show you why I am so sure that the Learn How To Academy System is a scam, and a repeated one at that.
Please Do Not Be Fooled!!
Seems as if this scam will never be shut down and it becomes kind of a pain to continually post about this hydra every time it grows a different head. However, I realize I have a responsibility to make sure nobody is fooled. I will do my best to explain and show proof of my allegations.
It may look a little different but trust me, it is definitely the same link posting scam as all these others.
This is only a few. There are many, many more. As a matter of fact, let me show you a few things:
As you can see here, they take the same page and re-name it to fit the particular scam de-jour. A semi-new package on the outside same dirty scheme on the inside. So let’s talk a little about what it is about and what it entails. You game? Okay, let’s go.
The Ever Changing Head of the Hydra
This particular head has made a serious effort to not be like the others. For instance, instead of proclaiming it is a work at home job ( like a large number of the others ) this one pretends to be a learning center, but not just any learning center, the #1 choice for an internet career.
Once you sign up and move to the next area, you will be hit with the very sad story of a “woman” ( it is always a woman ) who calls herself Diane Fisher.
And here is one by another woman who calls herself Debbie Jones.
Who is also Cami White:
The picture is not the same, ( give it time ) but the story line is. Works really, really hard, divorced at a young age, left to raise a child alone etc., etc. It goes on and on in the same manner. All pretty much identical.
Fake News Stories
Diane proclaims that this “Academy” has been featured on the news on many different popular stations, another lie. It also features a “news report” an earmark on several other sites of different hydras. As you can see here in this example.
This is a practice soon to be outlawed, based on the outcome of several lawsuits filed by the FTC ( Federal Trade Commission ). They also paste logos of popular news channels in order to deceive you into believing this is a real thing. When in fact they have not actually been advertised.
Thes scams are always peppered with “testimonials” from “real people” proclaiming how much money they make using this “program”. The Academy is no different. They don’t even bother to try and find new pictures. Look at this:
The one on the left is from the Financially Healthy scam, even though it says Home Income Source. The one on the right is from the Academy. These “testimonials” end up being passed around from scam to scam.
In previous scams like this one, the “job title” is called a “link posting agent” or a “search engine agent”. The Academy calls this job a ” link placement agent”. So exactly what does this mean?.
The links they say you will be posting are actually affiliate links. An affiliate link has an identifying tracking code embedded within the link placed there to make sure you receive commissions from a sale generated as a result of a referral from you. These types of links are provided to you when you become an affiliate of a company that has an affiliate program. You don’t work directly for the company, more like a sub-contractor.
They guarantee you an immediate opportunity of your choice. They never guarantee a job. Even going so far as to tell you it only takes a few minutes to sign up online and receive approval. It takes about ten minutes to fill out the form.
One of the questions posed would be the name of your website. It is usually a required field in the application and you will not be able to submit the application unless you have a website. Nor will any of these companies take you seriously.
Security For Your Transaction
This is not the case. Look at the information I pulled off of their “secure” page. The first two images are conflicted about the type of encryption:
This is the actual truth of the matter.
Doesn’t do much to gain trust now does it? Not to me anyway.
This disclaimer has done something I have never seen before. They have admitted the essence of their program is just an advertisement other people make money off of.
Please take this warning seriously!!!
They do guarantee your money back, but that is just for the original program cost. Once you get inside, they try to upsell you with a bunch of different crap and one of those is a website. All that website consists of is a page like theirs so you can become an affiliate and propagate the scam they have talked you into. There is no refund for these. If you get that involved you are S*** out of luck.
What Do You Want To Do?
Obviously you are interested in making money in the online world. Looking to get your piece of the pie, yes? Well, you won’t get it through the Academy.
Trust me I know. I tried something exactly like it almost two years ago. That is when I learned about affiliate marketing. Once I learned what it was, I set out to learn how to become one. I set out to learn how to start my own online business. If you are serious about making money online, here’s what you need to do:
And the best way to do that is to get with Wealthy Affiliate. The biggest difference between Wealthy Affiliate and any other program out there is that you can try the program for free.
Not the type of free where you have to give your credit card information and you are billed later. Nor the kind where you pay up front and get a money back guarantee. The kind of free where you actually try it out and only join if it is everything you need. Trust me, it will be.
So take a real chance that won’t cost you a dime. Accept my personal invitation and I’ll meet you there.
Until next time,