Is Workathomesecret a Scam? Review of Work at Home Secrets

I purchased the Work at Home Secrets( book. They left me a message in a day or two with an offer to get my business accelerated. I was pressured to put $8,600 dollars on a credit card. I tried to opt-out of the program but I was again pressured to stay in the program. Every time I spoke with a coach they were trying to get more money from me. Most calls started with them asking how many credit cards I had, what the balances were, and what the limits were. I did not get any free coaching or a free website. All the things that were advertised as free cost me $8,600. I now owe on a credit card that I have never owed before. I don’t know how much in debt they expected me to go but I quit dealing with them and I have no income from this.

Is Workathomesecret a Scam? Review of Work at Home Secrets


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  • March 3, 2021 at 2:39 AM by an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

    Thank you for the insight, letting us know how they failed to deliver.

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