Is Work at Home Paycheck a Scam? As Partners We Can Profit Together

July 16, 2015 20 Comments




Product name: Work at Home Paycheck

Product owner: Jessica Marshall


Price: Initial price $397, discount price $47

Verdict: Not recommended


There are literally countless programs that claim to teach you how to make money online and Work at Home Paycheck is one of such programs. When writing reviews I always do my best to research on a program and provide as much information as possible to help you make an informed decision.

And I always try to find every possible reason to not call a program I review a scam. In this particular case the program is really not worth your time and money. Work at Home Paycheck is almost identical to Excel Cash Flow and Home Profit System and they all are promoting the same product and even use the same fake advertising methods.

Those two promise you to make $379 a day while Work at Home Paycheck promises $1000 a day. These numbers are unrealistic and in my opinion none of these programs is worth your time, not to mention money. Anyway, I’m going to take a closer look at this “amazing” opportunity.


The main idea behind Work at Home Paycheck

The main idea behind all these programs is about posting links here and there and for this type of activity they promise you to pay generous rewards, from $379 up to $1000 a day.

Posting links is not something new and can be done, but the problem is that financial reward is highly exaggerated and unrealistic.

If it was so easy to make $1000 a day by posting links here and there then probably we all would be making it instead of working for someone else. I first would be making it instead of writing reviews like this that in most cases takes 5,6 hours of hard work and research.



Pros of Work at Home Paycheck

  • You can earn some extra money, I think a few bucks at best if at all


Cons of Work at Home Paycheck

  • False promises
  • Deceptive advertsing methods
  • No support
  • No money back guarantee


Inside the program

1. First off, I would like to say a few words about link posting scams. The truth is that Work at Home Paycheck is very similar to the programs I’ve mentioned above. If you take a look at my reviews you will see that they use the same deceptive methods, make similar bold claims.

When it comes to advertising, like Excel Cash Flow and Home Profit System, Work at Home Paycheck falsely claims that their program has been featured on renowned news channels which is not true at all.


It’s true that channels like CNN, ABC, Fox News, USA Today feature work from home opportunities on their channels from time to time but they have never mentioned any of these programs. So, be careful because if a program lies to you right from the start most probably it’s a scam.


2. I tried to sign up for the program and here is what I’ve found on their page. As you can see, it says that registration is temporarily closed.


Things like this are used to make you feel pressure to sign up and once they get your email address and your phone number they will start sending you tons of spam emails or call you every week trying to sell another “amazing” opportunity.

Sometimes they can even offer you a private coaching that will cost you a few thousands of dollars. The same method is used by Home Profit System which means that Work at Home Paycheck uses identical deceptive marketing tactics.


3. Like other similar programs they promise that you will be paid generously for each posted link. Just log in to your account, grab the links, post them around the internet and then get paid. Just imagine how much money you can make by completing this simple task.





But the question is: do you really believe you can make $1000 a day? If you really believe you can the you are free to try it but to be honest, I don’t think you will be paid generously for posting links. I’m sure it’s about a few cents per link at best.


4. Programs like Work at Home Paycheck always tell you a fantastic story about someone who had financial problems and then thanks to a Paycheck all problems were successfully solved. You can read this type of story below.




All I can say is that I’m confident it’s not true because if making money online was so easy then everyone would take an advantage of this amazing program.

Just imagine that according to link posting scams explanation (ones mentioned above) you can spend approx. 15 minutes a day to post 2 links, $15 per link = $30 and earn $900 per month. If only it was so easy…


5. Another interesting thing about this program is that like I said above, if you try to create your account at their main page ( you will see a screen that says that registration is temporarily closed.

But if you follow this link ( then you will get access to their registration form. Doesn’t it look shady? I think it’s very normal for programs like Work at Home Paycheck.


6. Another red flag is that this program is being advertised and promoted on a site that claims to be legit while in fact it’s not and I will explain why. I opened this link in my browser (, it works fine.




On this page you will find that Work at Home Paycheck is being advertised as a legit program. But when I opened this link (, i.e through the main page it simply didn’t open. Can you imagine that? I can definitely say that this site is not legit or trusted in any way.




Also, note that if you scroll down to the bottom you will find a disclosure agreement that says that they are not affiliated with any news organization and long story short, they are fake… and the bottom line is that Consumers Finance Guide is a fake site and you shouldn’t trust them.


7. There is also a trusted site BBB ( that warns you against programs that promise you quick money with little to no effort on your part. Here is the excerpt from this site. Please read it and I hope it will help you make the right decision.


8. This is just another red flag and an empty promise from Work at Home Paycheck 🙂




9. Another red flag here is that when you get access to their website you will have to watch a long video in which Jessica Marshall will be talking about how easy it’s to make money online and that after joining their system you will be making thousands of $.

Remember I told you about getting paid generously for each posted link? The truth is that when you watch a promo video you will realize that in fact they show you their affiliate accounts with Clickbank, Clicksure, CPA network. What does all this mean?




It means that you are going to make money through a traditional affiliate marketing. It’s not just about posting links here and there. It’s about adding affiliate links to your website, then promoting your products and finally making money.

It’s exactly what I’m doing on my site and it’s absolutely legit method of making money online. The question is: Does Work at Home Paycheck provide you with a top-notch training on affiliate marketing, supreme support and all necessary tools to accomplish this task? To be honest, I’m not sure they do.


10. During registration process you will be offered again link posting certification courses. If you are new to internet marketing then be aware that there is no such a thing as link posting courses and all I can say it’s a waste of time and money.



Final word on Work at Home Paycheck

With all this in mind I really and honestly can’t recommend you this “amazing” opportunity but you are free to try it if you want.

Trust me, making money online is not easy. It requires time and dedication and if you are willing to invest some time and work hard towards your success you will be making money.

If you want to learn how to do it through a legit program I can honestly recommend you one that I’ve tried myself and can vouch for its quality. It’s unquestionably reputable and its legitimacy and efficiency has been proven through years. I’ve been a member of this program for almost 2 years now and I’m very happy with it.

There are no hidden costs, upsells or false promises here. You can even try this program for free and no one is going to force you to buy anything. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to leave me a comment below or send me an email and I will respond shortly.


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About the Author:

My name is Adam. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

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  1. Torrey says:

    Hi Rufat
    There are so many scammers out there it ain’t right. If we could entirely rid the internet of scammers this world would be a far more enjoyable place to live.
    My question is: If these guys will pay you to post links on your website, Do they also teach a person how to get traffic so that someone will be seeing their links. It sounds pretty fishy right from the get go with all the huge claims they’re making. Torrey

    • Rufat says:

      Fishy? it really is. No, they don’t teach how to drive massive traffic. Massive traffic requires time, hard work and tons of patience. What can you expect from people that are lying to you from the very beginning?

  2. TheDopestMatrix says:

    intersting, this is the second time Ive actually heard of this company, and of course they said it’s a scam too! Im glad Ive never actually came acrossed it on my path because I would have seem to lost a fata chunk of money! I think the most silly thing stupid press releases…. lies always get revealed really fast.

    I have a feeling that you CAN still make money though, but youd have to know what you are doing beforehand to make it work.


    • Rufat says:

      I think the problem with Work at Home Paycheck is that although they have some training material, but there are so many lies round this program that there is no way to trust it or buy their product. How can you trust a group of people who hide the info and describe affiliate marketing or CPA as link posting opportunity. Moreover, they offer a link posting certification program 🙂 I think it would be much wiser to spend money for a more trustworthy program.

  3. Mark says:

    Hi Rufat – Once again big congratulations on exposing another online scam like Work at Home Paycheck. The Internet is festooned with these and it seems to be the mission of genuine WA members to expose them.

    The good thing is the more we can expose the easier our job becomes when promoting a genuine product like Wealthy Affiliate

    Great job.


    • Rufat says:

      Hi Mark, I wouldn’t say it’s a scam, but the program is really confusing.On the one hand they behave like scammers and promise you to get paid for simple tasks such as placing links and ads and on the other hand hand they promote affiliate marketing. But then again they offer some kind of link posting certification program which is ridiculous because such a program doesn’t simply exist. With all this in mind Work at Home Paycheck does really deserves a scam verdict, yet I don’t say so. Of course Mark, promoting genuine product such as WA becomes much easier at times, but still it’s not easy because for many people all programs, scams or legit look like one big fat scam.

  4. Alec says:

    These are probably the people that keep spamming Facebook comments with their links. There’s just no way these spammers that join these programs are making $1000s, but it wouldn’t surprise me if one or two are succeeding due to taking advantage of readers who want to make a quick thousand.

    Also, I don’t think I could ever become a lowlife spammer/troll even if it paid haha

    • Rufat says:

      Most link posting scams don’t teach you anything, don’t provide any training or support and in fact the idea of posting or placing ads or links means your job is posting them and getting paid. This of course means you have to post them throughout the internet and get paid immediately, right? The only way to get paid generously is posting tons of links here and there and the best place for this type of activity is Facebook, Google plus, Youtube etc. But even in this case there is no way to make thousands of dollars.

  5. Neil says:

    Hello, Rufat!

    To earn $1,000 a day could take many months or even years for some people to generate online, and like most programs on the internet, Work at Home Paycheck makes the process sound so quick, easy and simple!

    I very much doubt people could make this type of money from just posting links, and this program is certainly a SCAM!

    There’s nothing worse than SCAMS like this that print lies and offer fake promises!!

    This is a great review, and Wealthy Affiliate beats this program without a doubt!


    • Rufat says:

      Hi Neil, I think most scams can be easily spotted thanks to using scammy names like Work at Home Paycheck, Autopilot profits, Guaranteed income etc. This one is a total BS because it promises to show you a system that can generate you $1000 a day from home. Can you imagine? I know many successful internet marketers that are making a little over $5000 a month and very few of them can hit $10.000 a month mark and to achieve this level they spent 2-3 years at least. That’s why when I see a program like Work at Home Paycheck I just want to laugh. Unfortunately, many people still fall for this type of programs. They blatantly lie so much that even promise that you can start earning a paycheck after taking link posting certification program. Can you imagine how far they go with their lie? What is a link posting certification program? Such program simply doesn’t exist. All I can say, they are liars. They should say me a big thank you for not calling their program a pure scam though it very well deserves it.

  6. Chloe says:

    I think you make an excellent point- that if it were that easy to be making $1,000 a day, everyone would be doing it!
    I can see how people would be sucked into a scheme like this, but I love how you’ve explained what is actually meant by ‘posting links’- you’re trying to sell products through affiliate links. Again, not a problem, but you’ve got to tell people that upfront.
    Thanks for the warning. There are so many scams out there that the more warnings we get, hopefully the safer we will be.

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Chloe, Claims like this really annoy me because I know how hard it’s to make money online. If you make false promises it means you deceive people. They buy your product expecting certain level of results and then after buying it they get quite another level of results which is very insulting. In case with work at home paycheck I see the same approach. Instead of telling people the truth about their product they chose this tricky way which leaves a bad impression about their company. Instead of explaining that their program is actually an affiliate marketing they try to hide it and promote in the form of posting links and getting paid immediately which is not true and misleading.

  7. Lynne says:

    I personally don’t like any of these post links “opportunities” anyway. I have come across loads of them and my immediate feeling is that they expect you to spam everyone.
    I have an online business and everyone knows the importance of QUALITY backlinks. I would never trust anyone to go and do backlinking work for me. I do all of that myself. I don’t even trust my staff to do it yet!
    One bad spammy link and you are done for. Why them are these amazing and legitimate companies hiring just anyone to spam their links everywhere?
    It makes no sense to me at all.
    Link building is a very important aspect of your business and not something just anyone can do throwing links all over the place.
    And earning $15 per link you post? Not a chance. Thanks for this great review.

    • Rufat says:

      Yes Lynne, I agree that it’s all about spamming here and there and the outcome is pretty obvious: you will be banned from everywhere. Anyone who understands the importance of quality backlinks will never want anyone do this type of work for them. It can only destroy your entire business. I don’t think that those companies that hire people for posting links here and there are legit or most probably they don’t exist. If a company makes as bold claims as pay someone $15 for posting a link, I don’t think you can trust such a company. What I noticed is that the most fantastic and amazing offers such as $15 per link or $1000 a day opportunity come from companies/programs that have a bad reputation on the internet. I’ve never seen any legit program that would offer such an amazing opportunity. All this means that programs such as work at home paycheck is nothing more than a waste of time.

  8. Daniella says:

    Hi Rufat,

    Great article and really helpful!
    Unfortunately there are so many scams online ,it became harder to recognize them. Hopefully there are people like you to help others and newbies to not get involve with these unreliable business!
    Keep going the good job, it’s always nice to help!

    Thank you for this awesome blog

    • Rufat says:

      Thank you for finding the time to read my review and I’m glad you found it helpful. I really do my best and try to review as many products/programs as possible to help people that are looking for a viable opportunity to make money online, especially newbies that have no any clue about internet marketing and can be easily ripped off. I really feel good for exposing work at home paycheck because the program does really make so many ridiculous claims that I’m really surprised that many folks fall for their deceptive tricks. Though it becomes harder to recognize scams I think programs like this one can be easily recognized by people who have at least some experience in internet marketing. I think there are too many red flags here.

  9. Justine says:

    Hi Rufat, wow I cannot believe how manipulative these people can be, I am a sucker for one of these scams, but luckily I got all my money back, and you are so right in saying there is no support, once you are registered and they have your money , that’s it!!
    I have clicked through and checked out this legitimate company that you are talking about and it seems amazing, I am really keen to try out the free membership and see what they have to offer. Thank you Rufat, great post 🙂

    • Rufat says:

      I agree Justine, these programs are really so manipulative and I really just like you can’t believe how many lies they invent only for the sake of making money. It’s good to know that you were able to take your money back because very few people can really get them back. Unfortunately, once you’ve paid you are left alone without any support, in the darkness and trying to figure out things on your own. Work at Home Paycheck makes so many false promises and fantastic claims that I really can’t believe that they provide any support, not to mention real training. If a company uses so many deceptive marketing tactics for the sake of making money I don’t think people that stand behind it can be trusted. The program you’ve tried is really one of the best programs that I know and honestly recommend it.

  10. Chris says:

    Oh another one of those copy and paste link sites – very disappointing!
    They all seem to follow the same formula don’t they?
    They also seem to offer the same extraordinary high payment levels!
    If you could recommend one alternative to this…dodgy opportunity, what would it be ( for newbies preferably! )

    • Rufat says:

      I totally agree with you Chris, All these programs like Excel Cash, Home Profit or work at home paycheck follow the same formula. It’s really amazing and funny. They all promise folks a lot of money by posting links and as if companies are looking for them and are ready to pay fantastic financial rewards. And they all use the same logos, news channels tricks and even provide a calculator that you can use to calculate your income:-) I’m really surprised that many folks still trust these shady sites and fall victims to these scams. Fortunately, there is a program that I’ve tried myself and I’m really happy with it. It’s perfectly designed for all newbies that are looking for a viable and legit opportunity. The program I’m talking about provides step-by-step simple to follow top-notch training, tools and support. It’s really friendly and very helpful community. It’s free from false promises, bold claims and any type of gimmicks. I honestly recommend it to anyone looking for an honest program to make money online.

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