If only it were some type of secret society with a plethora of secret work from home jobs floating around the internet… boy some people would give up a kidney just to join in! If all you had to do was sign up and automatically be in to such a place, I don’t think they’d be advertising their website and spamming you with the links to “join now!” In reality , Careers at Home University is a pretty big crock of bull*** and I can’t believe I’m even writing this review.
You see, CAH University is NOT the first time this company has popped up online. It’s been circulating around the internet for a few years now, but every so often they change the name to try and lure in more unsuspecting folks.
Take a look at the Careers@Home sales page:
Hmm… they all look pretty similar!
She goes by the name Melissa Mayer or Michelle Withrow, but she’s really just a stock photo
They create fake news stories like this to trick you into thinking it’s legit… but pay closer attention. It’s very vague and doesn’t mention any specific program other than “she made tons of money working from home!”
The lady featured in the story may be a real work at home mom, but she could be working at home doing any variety of work – they obviously edited this video a lot and threw in actors for the newscasters. This is really just an advertisement that is edited to appear like a real news story.
No program can promise you’ll make any money at all. This isn’t some type of “job” like they make it out to be, it’s basically a repackaged scam.
It’s incredibly easy to fake earnings online with photo editing software (like Photoshop). Even if they were real, you don’t know whose income statement that is or what it’s even from. You can’t provide “proof” a program works from throwing income statements in someone’s face – it really is no proof at all.