Fake Work at Home Program Websites - "homelifestylereports.com" and "www.6000amonth.com"

Fake Work at Home Program Websites - homelifestylereports.com and www.6000amonth.com

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The websites "homelifestylereports.com" and "www.6000amonth.com" are online work at home fakes. I have seen hundreds of websites like these that are designed to look like news websites, in an attempt to trick persons into believing that their websites are legitimate. These websites are very deceptive and will change the information displayed based on the location where are you visiting from.

I received the following e-mail message that states that I should visit HomeLifestyleReports.com for full or part-time employment:

From: EberhulmeyMargautret @outlook.com
Subject: Stop just barely making ends meet every month
Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2013 11:53:52 +0000

Ever believed to be your own CEO?
You can began functioning online with brilliant rates of pay and extra stimulations, support from a merry work team and work delivered to your hands!

Whether you're seeking for a full or part time opportunity, or even just to be employed a 2-3 hours at the weekend, we have the awesome options for you. Go to below to find more: HomeLifestyleReports.com

This is how HomeLifestyleReports.com website looks

HomeLifestyleReports.com website

The Website: www.6000amonth.com

www.6000amonth.com website

The first thing that I usually look at to tell if a domain name is a fake or not, is the registration or creation date. The web site HomeLifestyleReports.com was registered or created less than one week ago and was only registered for 1 year.

Create date: 4/23/2013 6:32:26 PM
Expiration date: 4/23/2014 6:32:26 PM

Domain Name: 6000AMONTH.com
Created on: 17-Jan-13
Expires on: 17-Jan-14

You should be careful of domain or web site names that are only registered for such very a short time. Scammers usually register domain names for the minimum period of one year because they know they will be discovered soon and their registration will be cancelled. Clicking on the links, I realize that they all point to the same location. So, if you click on “Tech”, “Economy”, “All Stories”, “Videos” , the Weather forecast section, and the other links, you will be taken to the website www.6000amonth.com and ask to check for available positions.

Surprisingly, this website always has one position left, which is a trick to get you to register quickly. Do not sign up for any programs on the website www.6000amonth.com.

The website homelifestylereport.com is the same as homelifestylereport.org.

There are a lot of fake work-from-home programs on the internet, which promise that you can earn thousands of dollars from the comfort of your home. So, do your research before signing up with any work-from-home programs.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • May 4, 2013 at 1:48 PM by an anonymous user from McKinney, Texas, United States

    Regarding the fake work at home websites addressed:

    "They got my email address from ereplacementparts.com - within two weeks of my ordering from this site, I started receiving emails from the @outlook.com domain regarding working from home. How do I know? I used a bogus name when registering at ereplacementparts.com and that's the name on the incoming emails for the work at home email advertisement."


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Fake Work at Home Program Websites - "homelifestylereports.com" and "www.6000amonth.com"