Secured Web Orders Scam – You Do NOT Want To Buy This!
There is a new scam going around called Secured Web Orders. The ridiculous sales pitch for this scam claims that you can make up to $379 per day while only dedicating 60 minutes a day to it. But the truth is that you more than likely won’t make anything, or very very little money if that.
I wish I had written this review sooner to warn more people about this nasty little scam, but I just found out about it recently and wasn’t able to get around to it until now. In this review I will be going over and exposing some of the lies they tell you as well as why you will more than likely not make any money with this.
Secured Web Orders Review
This is what I call a link posting a scam. The entire program is built around the idea that you can make easy money online by posting links for companies that are desperately looking for independent workers to do this from home. This is based around a legitimate way to make money online, called affiliate marketing, which is when you promote products online via affiliate links and get paid commissions when you help make sales, however this program takes you down the wrong path.
It’s making money online by posting links like they tell you were as easy as they claim then everyone would be doing it. I would have already joined the program and I would have all my close friends doing this in their spare time. And why stop at just one hour of work per day? I would work multiple hours and according to the creators of this program I should be able to earn over $1000 per day doing so.
But unfortunately programs like this don’t actually exist. This place is full of lies and will definitely not make you rich. The truth is that its actually an old program that keeps getting rebranded under new names including Computer Technical Guys and The Computer Geeks, both of which I reviewed and you can see below…
Another version of this rehashed scam that I reviewed just the other day is called Computer Trends.
Now you may be wondering why this program has went under different names in the past. This is a good question to ask. The reason I think they do this is because it helps lure in new unsuspecting individuals. Once these scams have been out for a while they start to catch a bad reputation and more and more reviews like the one I am writing here start to pop up online warning people about them. So what the scammers do then is just rebrand a scam under a different name.
The other reason that there are so many different rehashed programs out there like this is because when you buy into this scam program you are pushed to go out there and sell the same program. So you buy in thinking that you are going to be making money online posting links for these big companies when really you are going to be posting links promoting the same darn scam that just scammed you.
Pretty Much Everything They Tell You Is a Lie
Riley Nelson and Rhonda Paul Are Fake
There appear to be two slightly different variations of this program out there, one claims to be created by Riley Nelson and the other by Rhonda Paul. The one I came across is said to have been created by this “Rhonda Paul” character but in another review I was reading the creator’s name was said to be Riley Nelson.
As you can see below, the pictures of the two women along with their back stories are the exact same. Everything is identical except for that name difference. So obviously these two women are made up. They are fake. I mean of course there are people out there in the world with these names but what I am saying is that this particular Riley Nelson and Rhonda Paul do not exist. They are fictitious characters that were created for the purposes of promoting this nasty scam and nothing else.
This Work At Home Opportunity Has Never Been On The News
On the sales page for Secured Web Orders they have news logos that appear along with a short video that is filled with news clips about work from home opportunities. It is important to note that, while the clips that are played in the video are real, they have nothing to do with this program.
The reason the scammers put this on the sales page is to try to make this opportunity seem legitimate, because people tend to trust what is on the news more than just any old thing that appears on the Internet.
Companies Will NOT Pay You $15 For Every Link You Post
They lead you to believe that companies are going to be paying you $15 on average for each link that you post for them. This is not true at all and makes the opportunity seem incredibly easy. Not only do they tell you that you will earn $15 on average, but they also tell you that it will only take one to two minutes to post each link.
This simply is not true. There is no company out there that is going to pay you $15 to post links for them like this.
Can You Make Any Money With This?
The approach that this program takes is to spam links everywhere. You will receive a website and some training when you buy into this and it will pretty much teach you how to go around spamming links. The problem with this is that it simply doesn’t work… Or at least not very well.
Think about it, do you just click any random link that you see posted online or that you get in an email? Probably not. These are in the early days of the Internet. People know about viruses, malware, and many of the scams that exist online nowadays and aren’t going to just click on spam links and for this reason you will not be very successful with a program like this.
Doing This The Right Way
As I mentioned, the more professional term for this “link posting” is affiliate marketing, which as I said is when you promote products online with affiliate links and earn commissions when you help make sales. Amazon, Walmart, eBay, etc., they all have affiliate programs where you can promote their products and earn commissions doing such. This is nothing new and has been around for years and years.
If you want to be successful with affiliate marketing then you have to provide people with what they want. The people clicking on your links have to have a genuine interest in the product before even clicking. Remember, you will not earn a penny if the person clicks your link and then leaves. You only earn commissions when the person clicks your link and proceeds to purchase the product you are promoting. So if you use “click bait” or spam links there’s a good chance the person is just going to click and then leave.
If you really want to you can find all the information you need for free online from doing research on Google and YouTube. You could learn everything you need to know about affiliate marketing and how to do it the right way, but this is going to take some time and probably a lot of trial and error if you just go out on your own.
If you are a beginner and are looking to be guided on a proven path than what I would suggest is the Wealthy Affiliate training program. Wealthy Affiliate provides step-by-step training for aspiring affiliate marketers along with the tools necessary, such as websites, etc. This is actually where I got started back in 2015 so I can say from personal experience that it does work. Of course whether you are successful or not greatly depends on how you apply yourself, but the training itself is proven to work.
If you are interested in learning more you can read my review of Wealthy Affiliate here…
But again, don’t feel that you have to join a program or anything to do this. Like I said, you can find this information for free online. It’s just that with a training program like this you are guided along in can get to the end goal much faster. You don’t have to go through all the trial and error, finding what works and what doesn’t work.
But anyway… I hope you enjoyed this review. Secured Web Orders is a definite scam. There are many programs I review that are borderline scams and when I come across ones like this I let you know. This however… This is a full-blown scam. No doubt about it.
Please leave any questions, comments, or concerns below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂