Home Wealth Remedy Review – You Should Probably Read This!
Home Wealth Remedy claims to be some amazing system that can make you $500/day. But is this true? Is Home Wealth Remedy a scam? Let me say it now… this program is NOT what they claim it is and I’m going to prove it to you in this review.
If you were thinking about signing up for Home Wealth Remedy you might want to think again after reading this.
Home Wealth Remedy Review
- Name: Home Wealth Remedy
- Website: homewealthremedy.com
- Creator: Bree Johnson
- Price: $97.95
- Rating: Revealed at the end
In this review I’m going to bring to your attention some blatant lies that the people behind this program throw in your face. Then I’ll go over why what they are telling you is misleading and the truth behind it all.
To start off I want to go over some “fake news”.
“Fake News”.. You Can’t Always Trust What You See
#1 Featured On The News?
At the top of the sales page you will see the logo for Home Wealth Remedy, and then to the right it says “as featured on” and it shows a bunch of news stations.
The problem here is that this is a flat out lie. This program has never been featured on any of these news stations. This is rather simple to prove. Every news story that these stations run ends up on their websites. So all you have to do is go to CNN, FOX NEWS, MSNBC, USA TODAY, and ABC to see if they really have been featured on the news.
Do a search on any of these sites and you will not find a thing having to do with Home Wealth Remedy or Bree Johnson (the creator).
And this isn’t the only fake news that is used when trying to sell this program to people looking to make money online.
#2 The Fake News Article
There are probably multiple ways that the people behind this program are funneling people to the homewealthremedy.com website, but one of the more popular ways is through this article…
This is supposedly an article written by Mark Cuban on Forbes’ website. It looks very professional and appears to be legitimate, but actually it is completely fake.
If you take a closer look at the website that this article is posted on you will find out that it is not the Forbes website at all.
As you can see the website is forbes.com-finance.5newsdaily.us/. The domain of this website is “5newsdaily.us/” and the “forbes.com-finance.” part is just a subdomain.
So when you look at the domain of this website it appears to be forbes.com, but in actuality it isn’t and you can go to forbes.com and search for Home Wealth Remedy if you want to. But you won’t find anything.
Mark Cuban has nothing to do with this program. Everything about the article is fake.
#3 Fake News Broadcast?
Another thing that I want to point out is the news broadcast video that plays on the sales page.
This video may or may not be fake. Anyone can easily pay people on Fiverr to create fake news broadcasts for them. And yes.. they look very professional and legit.
But it doesn’t really matter if this video is fake or not. Because what I want everyone to realize is that during the entire video Home Wealth Remedy is never mentioned. Anyone could post a video like this for a “work from home” opportunity.
This video has nothing to do with the program.
Who Person Behind This Program
The creator of this program is supposedly a woman named Bree Johnson. She supposedly used to live paycheck to paycheck, yet now is making $500 + a day with this proven and guaranteed system, which is Home Wealth Remedy.
The problem here is that this woman is completely fake. She is a fictitious character made up to try to sell this program to people that are going through similar situations and need money.
This same sob story of working paycheck to paycheck and then making tons of money online has been used in numerous other programs that I have reviewed.
Two such programs are Ultimate Home Profits and Total Income Answer (which was on a website called ultimateincomesolution.com). You can see the screenshots I took of the sales pages from these sites below. The stories are virtually the same.
Bree Johnson is nothing more than a fake character to try to sell this program to you. She doesn’t exist.
The Truth Of This Program
Some of what they tell you is true to some extent, but it is still misleading.
It is true that there are companies out there that are looking to get people to post links for them from home just as they say.
Its called affiliate marketing
This is when you promote products by posting links to them on websites like Amazon, and each time someone clicks on your links and buys the product, you get paid a commission.
Its actually an awesome business model and its how I make my money online.
Can You Make Money Doing This?
As I just said, Affiliate marketing is how I make money online, so yes, you absolutely can make money this way. But… its very misleading what Bree Johnson tells you.
The money that she says you will be making is such a lie.
There is no way you can accurately predict how much a link will make you. It could make you $15 like she says. But it also could make you $0. And it could also make you thousands of dollars.
There is just no way to accurately predict how many people are going to click your link and buy that product. Saying that you will earn $15 per link is ridiculous.
It Doesn’t Work Like This
Bree Johnson makes everything sound so simple.
But this just isn’t how it works. Affiliate marketing isn’t just going out there and spamming links everywhere. If that is your approach you aren’t going to do very well.
Affiliate marketing is a great business model and a great way to make money online, but how she explains it just isn’t reality. She tells you exactly what you want to hear… that is super easy and you don’t really have to do much of anything to make all kinds of money online. But of course this isn’t the reality of it.
Final Rating & Final Thoughts
I’ll give it a 1 out of 10 just due to the simple fact that I didn’t buy it and test it out.
The people behind this program lie right to your face. They lie about being featured on the news and even promote Home Wealth Remedy with a fake news site. Then they make up “Bree Johnson” and throughout the entire sales page mislead you on how you will be making money.
Like I said, you can absolutely make money by posting links online, but its just not quite as easy as they tell you it is.