Fraudulent Work-From-Home Website - www.work-wiki.com
Feb 3, 2015
Sep 9, 2014
The website: www.work-wiki.com, is a work-from-home scam. There are hundreds of other similar websites that are being used by scammers or cyber-criminals to trick their potential victims into paying for fake services. The website was designed to look like a news website, in an attempt to trick people into believing that it is legitimate, but it is fraudulent.
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The Fake Work-From-Home Website
Online jobs give new hope duing recession
Working online from home provides solid income in stale market.
Single Mom Makes $89,844/Yr in Her Spare Time on The Computer Without Selling Anything
Kelly Richards of New York was tired of worrying all the time where the next dollar is coming from.
Life seems merely a succession of bills and worrying about how to pay them. One late night while surfing the internet, her long hours of research had finally paid off and she discovered her tight lip secret to getting a break in life and beating the recession. She was finally able to provide for her three children while staying home with them.
The website in the image above is www.work-wiki.com and is very deceptive, because it will change the information displayed based on the location where are you visiting from. It will falsely claim that there are jobs in your area, once the website determines where you are visiting from, based on your computer's IP address.
Also, these scammers will change the website's name. So, if you are taken to other websites looking like the one in the image above, please do not register or follow the instructions on them.
The scammers have posted the following information on some websites, in an attempt to trick people into visiting the malicious work-from-home websites:
my neighbor's sister-in-law makes $76 hourly on the computer. She has been without work for six months
but last month her income was $14418 just working on the computer for a few hours. visit the site.
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