ScamXPoser Reviews Are Not To Be Trusted

Behold the Truth, ScamXPoser Reviews Are Not To Be Trusted Period!

ScamXPoser Reviews


Name:
 ScamXPoser

Website: http://www.scamxposer.com/

Website Owner: David Harris

David Harris Of ScamXPoser

Targeted Audience:

For anyone curious on knowing just a brief description of the Program being reviewed but with no in depth proof analysis on exactly what you would be doing once inside the Program.

What Kind of Website Is This Actually?

A Scam Reviewing Website. Even as you least expect it or take notice of the Recommended Top 5 Programs, they can be constantly changing if you are not careful on knowing which Program is Legit versus that which is truly a Scam. They happen to Review practically almost any “make money online from home” Programs all over the Internet. Some of which are MLMs, Network Marketing, Internet Marketing, Online Surveys, “Behind-the-Scenes Fraud Online Programs” – by which I mean join a Program where someone makes a comission off of you when you Sign Up for Offers and complete them even to the extent that you spend more money than gain money in return, Online Paid Surveys, along with anything else imaginable that sounds like a good deal Program one should look into to make a profit Online.

Overview:

Clearly this Website has been structured pretty decent by David Harris. It is a bit impressive given the layout and how it is organized. Yes, a great deal of time and effort have been invested in this Website and I do hold the same opinions as most of the Reviews but I have second doubts on the Programs they believe belong in the Top Recommended Section Table on their Website. When this Website was just beginning, it was consistent with keeping in tune with referring to Real Legitimate Online Opportunity Programs, yet I suppose due to lack of interest the person called it quits, and simply just wrote about Reviews he deemed to be good since they were trending Hot Topic Products without actually doing an extensive in-depth analysis Research for each and every one of them.

In retrospect, I honestly believe YOU SHOULD NOT BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU READ ON SCAMXPOSER.

Remember, it is best to be on the Top of your Game and really care about doing your own Research into any of the Programs that are mentioned on this Website. It is always best to get several opinions and see what the majority says to come to a firm decision according to you whether the Program should be deemed as Legit or a Scam.

Verdict: Not Recommended To Be Accurate On All Programs Reviewed!

Overall Percentile Rank Record:

50/100


Please Note: I will earn a commission if you buy through any of the links on my website, at no additional cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used myself or products/services that I believe are beneficial after doing extensive research. 


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 The Positive Spectrum of Things 

 

  • They mention the Overall Rating, Type of Business Category the Online Program falls in, Skill Type Required, Income Potential, Website URL, and a Simple Yes or No Whether it is Recommended.
  • A Brief Description about the Online Program as in Who Are the Creators, How Long the Program has been around, What the Purpose of the Program is, and other small bits of information that appear to be quite appealing to whoever reads the rest of the Content regarding the particular Online Program.

The Negative Scope of Things

 

  • This Website should NOT be thought of as a Scam Wikipedia Reference to go to. Just as in the way that NOT all in Wikipedia could possibly be 100% accurate, anyone can easily change some details here and there but any Average Visitor would not know a thing or two about the change that happened. The same can be said of ScamXPoser since their Top Recommendations could change without further warning/notice.
  • You need to be wary that some Scams could have multiple personalities of their own or hidden identities too. By which I mean they could be have several nicknames, and different Domain Website URLs.
  • I hate how previously ages ago that something like Empower Network was a Top Recommendation according to their Top 5 Pick. Empower Network is itself an MLM aka Pyramid Scheme like Online Program System. Personally, I hate writing Reviews on MLMs since their structure is made in such a way that those at the Top of the Pyramid are the “breadwinners” while those who are hardworking below them are the “sore losers.” Yet, they can be given a pat on the back for making attempts through time and effort to investigate some of these MLM Systems and write about them.
  • Shocking Thing about ScamXPoser is that they don’t necessarily expose scams, but they actually do promote Scams! So, you heard it from me, exercise extreme caution with this Website. 

I am a bit skeptical on this one. They actually have a remarkable list of Websites that they believe to list as Fake Online Business Opportunities, come on for real? Hmm, looking at this list itself gives me a fair share of some that seem well worth a good investigation. After all, seeing is believing, right?

ScamXPoser 67 and Counting Fake Business Opportunity Review Sites


Another thing to pay extra close attention to would be the Top 5 Pick Recommendations that are listed.

ScamXPoser Top 5 Recommended Internet Businesses For Now But Can Change

These can change in an instant much like a Hot Item at the store could be on Sale one day and then return back to being its Original Price the next time you come to visit. The reason behind the change could be due to too many complaints on these Programs that they somehow died down or that the service provided was not what one expected to be of great quality in helping them achieve an income online.

I seriously kid you not, take note of my above Screenshot and compare that with how ScamXPoser changes these every so often.

Last but not least, my Screenshot that shows 3 Major Red Flags representing what ScamXPoser stands for.

3 Red Flags on ScamXPoser Website Home Page

First of all, how can you be completely honest with your Reviews when you have been promoting Scams in your Top 5 Recommendations list? Another thing that is strange is, why if they are that great do they have to keep on changing every now and then? Should that raise alarm for me that the recommended programs you promote sort of died out and you went for the next best thing to promote just to get a commission? Thirdly, 100% is a pretty high percent to say that you are unbiased when it doesn’t show or represent that well as per your Top 5 Always Changing Recommendation Programs.

Wait, how can ScamXPoser be legitimate authority on internet businesses when they trying to promote scam programs as part of their Top 5 Recommendations to start off with? If they were that legit, they would be promoting legit programs in their Top 5 and not fake ones.


 Here are some of the Most Popular Reviews on Programs I have done:

#1) Empower Network

In the ScamXPoser Empower Network Review, you will notice it does not go into detail on the Main Goal of Empower Network is to promote their Products and getting those people to repeat that same cycle so the 1st Person to refer those Products gets a Commission behind-the-scenes if they both Buy the Product as well as Promote it. The Ultimate Goal of Empower Network is to get others to join its Program.

According to ScamXPoser, I found this strange. 5 Star Rating, but the Recommended says: No. Why?

ScamXPoser EN Rating Does Not Add Up to Recommended

#2) Home Internet Careers

Apparently, ScamXPoser and I have the same views on this one.

ScamXPoser Scam Review on Home Internet Careers

Other Scam Reviews I have done which are NOT listed on ScamXPoser are:

#3) Start Survey

#4) Vacant Survey

#5) Take Surveys For Cash

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I often hate the misleading advertisements and expensive products that the scam artists of the online programs are so keen on promoting.

As you can see I am fairly shaking my head at ScamXPoser because they were epic before but now have a bad reputation over the years since its development. They began as a successful online scam reviewing Website to one that actually ended up promoting scams now. It is often difficult to just see based on first glance/glimpse if ScamXPoser has gotten the strength again to write anymore legitimate online opportunities these days.


“This outraged me and made me angry. Plus, we all know that a person who is mad is never a pleasant sight to see. Not even for an online scam that lies and cheats its own way to being a complete pathetic success story.”

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Verdict?

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Name: ScamXPoser

ScamXPoser Reviews

Website: http://www.scamxposer.com/

Website Owner: David Harris

Overall Percentile Rank Record:

50/100


Thoughts/Concerns

Feedback-Group-ChatSo, what did you think about this Report on ScamXPoser Reviews?

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Did you have a personal experience with or complaint being a part of a Program you believed to be decent when you read about it on ScamXPoser? Could you please share with us so that others can learn from you and make a wise decision to stay away from certain Programs being Reviewed and thought of as being Legit on ScamXPoser?

Has it worked out for you the way you thought it would or not?

Have you come across something similar to this that would be considered as a sly Website that tricks you into joining the wrong Program and moreso being part of an Online Scam Program behind-the-scenes? Is there any website you know of that is really legit in terms of making money online where you are given real money for the work you do?

If so, please leave your Comments or Questions below and I will be more than happy to get back to you.

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54 Comments

  1. Brent Hegle

    I love, first-of-all, that your name is “Angel,” as you’re indeed ;like an angel, watching over and protecting us from dangerous internet scams like Empower Network, who, I know, isn’t officially a complete scam, but pretty dog-gone close! 🙂 Unfortunately, I joined them at the beginning of 2012, of course right at the beginning of their launch, and, like so many others on this forum here, was completely inundated with unwanted e-mails, pop-ups, and other messages, basically calling me a “wimp” or “wussy” if I didn’t do exactly what they commanded. First-of-all, I don’t particularily appreciate being called names, and secondly do not consider negative input as an effective motivator. I guess I wouldn’t be a very good military candidate then, would I? 🙂 Furthermore, their overall juvenile and unprofessional language, such as the continual use of the word “bad-ass,” was extremely offensive to me, and contributed greatly to my dropping out a few weeks later before I could be suckered into purchasing more upsells! Even their converts’ voices sounded quite shady, and who wouldn’t question one of the Davids’ very uncertain backgrounds as a homeless drunk, etc.? Their program and requirements confused me greatly too, which also of course lead to my dropping out. This, however, leads me to my next thought/concern: I’ve been blind since birth, and therefore, like our friend Rose, who posted on one of your forums a while back, use a screen-reading program. Mine is called JAWS, which stands for Job Access with Speech. I also joined Wealthy Affiliate about a year ago, and have absolutely no doubt that they are indeed a very good and legit company. However, I sadly found their textx and program just as difficult to maneuver, and dropped out a few weeks later. With this in mind, could you possibly recommend a simpler, possibly non-affiliate marketing program such as ZNZ, etc.? Thanks, Angel, and I’ll be looking forward to your reply. 🙂 Brent

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Brent,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback. 🙂 Yeah, it is a very scary world out there, but there are genuine good people that are out there passionate about what they teach and act on it. 🙂 Me, I have what you may call is MPD, Multiple Personality Disorder. I can sometimes remember a thing of the past I did and try to rewind my mind on if it happened or not and try looking forward to the future like a psychologist, which is the most toughest field to master in, knowing what is real and fake. Since the internet has become fast, I joined in other websites like myspace or faceboook to see what the hoopla was, even xanga back in the day. I too had to start from the very bottom of the food chain when it came to website design, I did WA’s training, and using the 2 main guys Kyle and Carson do respond, but then again they are also updating WA too, so sometimes I need to reach out to my Ambassadors to refresh my memory if I lost something important on my website.

      I studied through HTML coding through how people posted graphics in myspace and facebook but I also wanted to get down behind the scenes and try playing around and figuring out for myself how they did it and if I can somehow master the technique faster than them.

      There are a wide variety of online websites that are out there that are free to join affiliate programs too, like ebay and amazon being both competitive on what they sell. I try to compare prices on both and settle for the lower price deal too.

      There are other places I explored too like ibotoolbox.com where people post about tons of business opportunities also and try to engage in conversation with you. Another place is called surveymonkey.com but I think there is a hidden fee somewhere on how many surveys you can generate. Yet, a good place I know of where the graphics are super cool with a search bar in it is from glitter-graphics.com.

      I never heard of ZNZ, but I do know that the information on ScamXPoser often times change their recommended list of programs a ton, much like wikipedia.org which most think is accurate to an extent.

      I sure hope that this information I have provided sounds beneficial for you. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  2. Armand707

    Hello Angel. Wow, I didn’t know that ScamXposer was a legitimate site to find reviews on what programs were (are?) recommended. And, now they aren’t trustworthy because of inconsistency. I have to ask, when did this happen? I feel that I have to do my due diligence that much more about which programs are legitimate. And, it seems that WA is the only one that caters to people that are looking for a way to find real work-at-home business. At least, ScamXposer got that review right.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Armand707,

      Thanks for your Feedback, I greatly appreciate it. 🙂

      Yes, I was in just as much shock as you were when I realized that ScamXposer was just cheating people in their Top 5 Reviews. Aside from WA, there is probably no other program in the world that ScamXposer can rightfully say caters to people on being the most legitimate online opportunity available for those who want real work at home business.

      Yeah, I would give them credit for that part at least, but everything else, I would give them 0 marks.

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you wish. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  3. Carlos Díaz

    I find funny how you reviewed a reviews website hahaha.

    This is a very helpful review, people need to realize that not all the reviews sites about scams webistes are completely accurate on what they say and you give a very good perspective of it.

    The article looks pretty cool, you explain things very well and it is easy to read. Nice website!

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Carlos,

      Thanks for your Feedback. 🙂 I am quite grateful for them. 😀
      I could not have put that better myself.

      I am so happy to hear that I explain things well enough for people like you to understand how such sites are stuff that should be avoided at all costs.

      The only one thing that they have right is concerning Wealthy Affiliate, whereas with others not so much accuracy is present there.

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you wish. 🙂

      ~Angel

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  4. Nicki

    I can remember when the empower network first became popular. You found their testimonials all over social media. You couldn’t search for something on youtube without one of their video tutorials popping up. The titles of the videos were always good attention grabbers. But, when you watched the video it was vague and taught nothing it promised.
    What would you recommend for someone that wanted to start making money online?

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Nicki,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback Nicki. 🙂 I really appreciate it.
      You are indeed very right with what you mention about Empower Network. They are copy cats of Wealthy Affiliate, yet their prices are way too high for the membership fee.

      I would most likely recommend giving Wealthy Affiliate a try for anyone who wanted to start making money online. 🙂

      Hope you enjoy the education and learning resources that are available here on my website and as you join in at Wealthy Affiliate someday also. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

      Reply
  5. Anh Nguyen

    Oh wow, ScamXPoser sounds twisted in a lot of ways. I always find it so sad there are such an insane amount of product and services on making money online jsut to fraught to you. It has come to the point where I almost though all there is to building an online business on your own are “scams”. I think you are being generous to give this site 50 out of 100.

    I want to know do you learn from any courses or how do you learn to build your online business? I am very interested in finding great and beneficial ways to make money online for every parties involved.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Thank you for your Feedback. 🙂 Means so much when someone takes 1 single word or # multiplies and finds out just how simple they can play the board game Scrabble all along. 😀

      Please take care in everything you do. :*

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  6. Dmitriy

    Hi Angel,

    It’s great you write about these things – personally, I would’ve believed a place like Scamxposer, because I expect people and companies to be honest in what they’re trying to do. Sadly, that’s often not true and many people lose considerable amounts of money because of it. Thank you for sharing this!

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Dmitriy,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback, I really appreciate it. 🙂 Welcome, no problem. ^_^

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you wish. 😀

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  7. Anthony

    Hello,

    How scammy can a site be to say they are out there to expose scams yet at the same time promote scams. It is real shocking to learn they were promoting Empower Network because that was such a bad program. Thanks for this lengthy and detailed explication as to why ScamXposer should be help with skepticism.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Anthony,

      Thanks for your Feedback, I really appreciate it. 🙂 Yes, I often thought a website is supposed to represent its name well, but ScamXPoser does not really expose scams for what they truly are, but they promote them. I used to think highly of them, but as I was doing research into some of their Top 5 Recommendations, I was really shocked on how could they do something like this? This is unethical, pure dishonesty when they could have been highly esteemed to be an authority on cracking down the case of online scams and having a good reputation, but sadly the opposite has now become a reality.

      Welcome, no problem. 🙂 I try my best to backup everything I saw in a post with evidence, so what I mention is pretty obvious to anyone. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you wish. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding online scam websites like this and finding true legit ways to make money online above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  8. Anthony

    Wow thanks I was wondering if ScamxPoser was writing biased reviews or not. After reading your article a lot of things are more cleared up for me. The bad thing is I have gone to this site for advice in the past but now I know to stay away! It is ironic that a scam exposing site is promoting scams…and sad. I am going to check around your site for better options.

    Thanks again,
    -Anthony

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Anthony,

      Thanks for your Feedback. Welcome, no problem. 🙂 I know that years ago ScamXPoser was doing pretty well with telling exactly what programs were scams and suggesting true real deal legit ones too. However, that all has changed because the Website Owner is probably more focused on getting commissions for any scams he promotes though instead of being truthful and getting the word out of what is expected in each program. I try my best to include screenshots for my blog posts because that is evidence trying to get a point across.

      I can honestly say that ScamXPoser should not be sought after as like a Wikipedia source of information in avoiding scams. More like it is a place you need to run far away from. The Content usually has a theme of: “Looks can be deceiving.”

      Glad to hear that this Article of mine has helped you out. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding scams online above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  9. Ankit

    Thanks for a great review. We need some people to review the reviewers as well 🙂
    Someone who is new to Internet Marketing need just this kind of information to stay away from scams out there.
    Of course they have rated WA highly but I agree with you that the list can change anytime with the new hot product suddenly becoming highly rated without any base or supporting facts!!
    Thanks again.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Ankit,

      Thanks for dropping by my website and leaving a Comment. 🙂 I really appreciate it. 🙂 Welcome, no problem. 🙂 Yeah, I give them credit for rating Wealthy Affiliate highly but I am a bit disappointed that they do not strive to provide the details on the other Recommendations they have in their Top 5 as well though.
      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you wish. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  10. Tasos Perte Tzortzis

    Hey Angel , nice to read one of your articles again.A review of a reviewer?…that’s interesting.

    Good for him to place WA in the #1 place , but the project payday is not so awesome and further the Freebie money printer is for the garbage.The other 2 are totally unknown to me.

    And I have not heard positive comments about the Empower Network either.Only some fans and affiliates promote this one.

    I see your points , and this has sparked my interest.I don’t remember if I have read any of his reviews but I will definitely check him out to understand his way of writing.

    Thanks for letting us know about this situation.Cheers

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Tasos,

      It is great to see you again. 🙂 Hmm, wow, I never would have put it that way, quite interesting. Review of a Reviewer, genius way of wording things you got there Tasos. 🙂

      I think putting WA as #1 was the only thing he got right on the Top 5 Recommendations List he got there. I have yet to try investigating some of the other recommendations he mentions. But, yes Project PayDay and Empower Network are a big NO! NO! in my book.

      Thanks so much for your Feedback as always. 😀

      Welcome, no problem. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with exercising extreme caution with these weird online scams people are promoting above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  11. Marcus

    It’s such a shame that this website turned about to be a scam itself, when it was billing itself as being one to expose scams. So they gain the false confidence of people by claiming they are a scam exposing site, so when they say that something is actually legit, people will believe them and sign up. I’m sure there must be many disappointed people who have signed up to scams through them. The thing is, though, these scams can make a lot of money because a lot of people don’t bother to try to get a refund once they have been scammed.

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Marcus,

      Yes, ScamXPoser is notorious for being misleading on various Reviews. I wouldn’t say that they are really that great of being a credible resource/reference anyone can look up to because they present false info just to get commissions themselves while promoting a bad service or product to their audience. I think this creates a thick line in dishonesty especially.

      I can’t imagine the countless number of people who took ScamXPoser at their word and joined up on these online scam programs which are presented as fake recommendations in their Top 5 Chart List.

      That is the sad part of online scams, people get so deep into it, that it becomes almost too late to request for that refund.

      In my case, I was able to get my refund back from Home Internet Careers because I tried them out for 3 days. Made connections on why their advertisement did not add up and had to call it quits before they and other online scam programs make my life even more miserable than it already has going for it. I then have stuck by My #1 Recommendation to this day and never looking back again, I feel safe here rather than be in a community of people who are not supportive.

      Please feel free to come by my website anytime Marcus. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding scams and misleading information online above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  12. Darren

    Thanks for posting this. I’ve often wondered about the ScamXposer website myself, whether they are biased in some way. I guess the best way to tell if something is a scam or legit is to really research it and see what a cross-section of the community is saying about the program.

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Darren,

      Thanks for your Feedback, I really appreciate it. 🙂 Yup, I couldn’t have stated that better myself Darren. 🙂 It is always best to research any online program you are interested in. Plus, it is a great rule of thumb to hear other 2nd or 3rd opinions too. 😀

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  13. Brandon

    I don’t know if I said this before but I really like your site layout, I came here a few times before but it seems like you just keep improving it. Scamxposer I actually think I heard of this website…its great to see that Wealthy Affiliate has a good review to it and see it in the top 5 makes me more comfortable that other people are not seeing that it is a scam as well. Keep up the good work will be back soon.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Brandon,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback. 🙂 I really appreciate your frequent visits to my website. 🙂 Yes, I always try to improve my Blog Posts a bit more and more when I run into new information about Scams especially that are worth mentioning here.

      Yes, Wealthy Affiliate is the best place to be, they have loads of Training Modules and Resources that will teach you step-by-step and I mean that literally on how to build a Online Business. 😀

      I shall try my best to keep you updated on new topics in the days ahead. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding online scams above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  14. Brandon

    Good useful website. Lets me know what to watch out for. I heard a lot from EmpowerNetwork probably one the most popular sites I heard nothing but good things about it. But I really do like Wealthy Affiliate they offer a lot of information and they always have an answer for one of my questions.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Brandon,

      Thanks so much for your Feedback. 🙂 I really appreciate it. 🙂 Yes, ScamXPoser is good and useful Website to go to in order to look up just the basics of what an online program is about, but it should not be thought of as being like a Wikipedia resource reference to turn to for accurate information. Wikipedia itself can be edited by anyone, which is hard to believe, but its true, the option Edit is present on everything you look up there.

      Empower Network is never a good program to go into especially if you are completely new to affiliate marketing. Wealthy Affiliate is the best place to begin, plus not to mention it is totally FREE and you get access to loads of training and support by the online community there unlike Empower Network where you are in an atmosphere of people who are ruthless.

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online business website and future achievements above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  15. Eric

    This is a great website. You have so much valuable information about legit vs. scam money making sites. And you have it all organized in a way that is easy to navigate and read. Keep up the great work and I hope that you are successful in all you do online. Your website name is great and I like that you have explained your reasoning behind it on you Who’s Angel page. Great Job!

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Eric,

      Thanks so much for your Feedback. 🙂 I really appreciate it. 🙂
      I shall do my best. 🙂
      Wow, I am pleased to hear that you really enjoyed reading the About Angel Page on how I came up with my Website Name. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding misleading information being passed around and nothing but the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

      Reply
  16. Carlton Gonder

    Good Afternoon Angel,
    I really enjoy browsing the pages of your website so that I know how to avoid online scams.I also like the fact that you have a sitemap so that if I am looking for something I can it rather than searching .Also I see that you point to Wealthy Affiliate on you website. How have they helped you get to where you are with your business?

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Carlton Gonder,

      Thanks for your Feedback, I greatly appreciate it. 🙂 I am so happy to hear that you enjoyed my Website that much. 🙂 It means a lot to me to hear someone say that. 🙂 Yes, Sitemaps are what makes Google happy and visitors happy since it presents for a better user-friendly experience. 🙂 I want to make my Website to be as convenient as possible so wonderful people like you can find anything more easily. 🙂

      Wealthy Affiliate has helped me in more ways than one. The online supportive community is always there to help answer any questions I have with how to structure my Website and improve it. I even get Private Messages every now and then from Kyle, the Founder of Wealthy Affiliate. 🙂 I ask him for Feedback on my overall progress with my Website, he asks me to change a few things here and there, what to add and what to remove. But, key thing is writing Content consistently. 🙂 Wealthy Affiliate has helped me know through the Training they provide, how to be cautious and building my Website the right way that is intended to get higher Rankings and well make even the Search Engines like Google happy with my Content based on following the guidelines on how to do Keyword Research. 🙂

      I hope that this helps answer your question. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding online scams and futuristic endeavors with your online business above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

      Reply
  17. Bryson Harbin

    Greetings!
    This particular page is a bit confusing to me… I had to read it several times to grasp what you were referring to. The intro was good and I though I knew what it was about but about halfway down, the content became confusing as to the topic. The ads all over the page were a little distracting to me as well. However, that is just my personal taste – I have seen several websites like this one with multiple ads and they were successful. I did like the screen shots of the actual websites- that was excellent. Thank you for sharing… I see you are in the top 50, so you must be doing MANY things right and I have a lot to learn from you 😉

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Bryson Harbin,

      It is very nice to meet you. 🙂 Thank you for your Feedback. 🙂 It is greatly appreciated. 🙂 I am sorry to hear that you had to re-read this Blog Post Article of mine several times. 🙁 It is basically a rundown on how the Website ScamXPoser has been setup. I am trying to explain that I gave in to some of their Top 5 Recommendations and thought they were Legit, but supposedly they turned out to be scams. This Article is to help raise awareness that not all the information is completely accurate about all the Online Programs they Review. Some of what they say is contradictory. For Example, I am not sure why for Empower Network, they gave it a Rating of 5 Stars but for Recommended, they listed a No as a Response. It doesn’t make sense. So, in theory this Website appears to be quite misleading with what Content they have written there.

      Yes, this Website is usually Number 1 in Google Search Results for almost any Online Program you want to start doing a research investigation on, but it is not that different from Wikipedia since practically anyone can Edit the information provided there. ScamXPoser has many Moderators too, so chances are certain pieces of information could be edited out and truth hidden.

      I am glad to hear you liked my Screenshots though. 🙂 I always try to provide a Visual Example so wonderful readers like you can relate to what I am saying. 🙂 Welcome. ^_^ I enjoy sharing what I have learned with others that may benefit from my knowledge. 😀

      Yeah, I may be in the Top 50 within Wealthy Affiliate but that is due to how active I am daily on there. 🙂 Answering PMs (Private Messages), Discussion Forum Questions, SiteComments, Following Others, Welcoming New Members, talking on the WA LC (Wealthy Affiliate Live Chat), and trying to get into the habit of posting my own Training for the WA Online Community. 🙂

      And, I wouldn’t mind teaching you anything I have learned thus far either. 🙂 In fact, that is my favorite part of helping others, by teaching them what I know. 🙂 I try my best to help break it down to a level anyone can understand the concept. 🙂

      You can find me on Wealthy Affiliate with the name PhoenixFlame. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by anytime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding online scams and with your futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  18. brandon

    Hey Angel,
    Thanks for the review, and I can honestly agree with you. Although I can agree, that Scamexposer isn’t consistent with what they deem a scam. I can say I did find some satisfaction with them as well. They are the ones that actually helped me discover Wealthy Affiliate, which I feel is a great program. However, at the same time they are promoting Project Payday as a recommendation, while I wouldn’t them. They gypped me of some money, and are way outdated on training and as far as information goes. You can never put 100% of trust into one website without doing your research first. Thanks again.

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear brandon,

      Its very nice to meet you. 🙂 Thanks for your Feedback. 🙂 I greatly appreciate it. 🙂 They are definitely not consistent because in truth, they actually promote scams, some of the most notorious ones are those in the Number 2-5 Slot for their Top Recommendations.

      I love being a part of Wealthy Affiliate. 🙂 They have trained me well enough to be wary of Online Scams and really launch making this fine Website which you see before you now. 🙂 The Support is tremendous. 🙂

      I am so sorry to hear about your bad experience with Project PayDay. 🙁 However, in spite of that, I am so happy to hear you became a part of the Wealthy Affiliate Family. 🙂

      Yes, I can never emphasis enough on how research is very important when looking to Join any Online Program. Especially the ones that are advertised as being “too good to be true.”

      Welcome, no problem. 🙂 I am glad I can help whenever I can. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online accomplishments within Wealthy Affiliate and all your futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  19. Chris

    It’s a shame that yet another site that’s built to help us make choices turns out to be a bit of a dodgy option. I sometimes feel some of these sites know the owners of new opportunities and help them get off the ground – maybe there’s a monetary reason behind it! Thanks for exposing this one!

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Chris,

      Thanks for your Feedback, it is greatly appreciated. 🙂 Yeah, it is true, this Website started off on the right foot at the beginning but failed over the years as I guess the Site Owner lost interest to be honest and just promote Products as a Top Recommendation because of it being the current hottest or latest trend in making money online. And in turn, they overlook the fact they promoted a scam for other desperate people to join while they sit back much to their personal gain obtain a commission behind-the-scenes having posted their Affiliate Link there.

      It is a sly cash making attempt and I disapprove of it. I would be one to recommend Products that actually have great results and offer the Services as mentioned, no catches. That is why I recommend Wealthy Affiliate above all else. You can start your Online Business for FREE and you call all the shots whether you want to promote an Affiliate Program or something based on your passion be it Smartphones or anything else really.

      No problem, welcome. 🙂 It is like a rewarding job for me to tell others what I have researched and want them to be aware of since such things can be sometimes really overlooked. 🙂

      Please feel free to come by anytime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best as you triumph greatly in the internet world overcoming online scams all the way above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  20. rufat

    ScamXposer is a good resource and in most cases David’s views are true but I wouldn’t recommend this website because it’s not 100% accurate when it comes to giving final verdicts on make money programs. I wouldn’t rely on this site alone and recommend to read other reviews for a better idea of what this or that program is all about. As an example, David’d verdict on Project Payday is not 100% accurate because based on his verdict the program is legit while in my opinion it’s a controversial program. Though some people make money with it, a good number of their members can’t make even a penny and there are many complaints about Project Payday.

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear rufat,

      Thank you for your Feedback, I greatly appreciate it. 🙂 Yes, ScamXPoser is a an-okay Resource, but I would not Recommend that at all especially when their Top Recommendations in the #2-#5 Slots are not actual Legit Online Opportunities but Scams in Disguise that they are simply promoting in the hopes of getting a commission through having had pasted their Affiliate Link there I believe.

      When I got into Project PayDay, the Videos posted there are very poorly done. Sure Video Quality is okay, but in terms of them telling you what exactly you would be doing to obtain an online income, they simply keep saying how Project PayDay is something they recommend their Family and Friends to get into. It helped them out of their financial situation, etc.

      Keyword is some people can make a bit of money with Project PayDay, but again they have to Sign Up as a New Member for SwagBucks or other Sponsored Offers here and there.

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best as you overwhelm the online world avoiding scams above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  21. Marc Cantave

    This was an informative and extremely detailed post. There are so many scam websites out there that it’s hard to know what is legit anymore. Thanks for your article because you have provided some real insight into what goes on in the world wide web. Keep up the good work and I hope you’re successful.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Marc Cantave,

      Thanks for your Feedback, I greatly appreciate it. 🙂 Yes, much of the truth has been covered up with lies lately on Online Programs in general. Even those that are Legit are thought of as being Scams and vice versa. But, my advice is to go do a thorough Research Sweep on any Online Program that seems of interest to you.

      Yes, thank you, that means a ton for me. 🙂

      Please feel free to visit anytime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online accomplishments and avoid online scams above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  22. Andres Santos

    So are you saying a website about scams is a scam? lol. Great article. You’re right, we all need to do our own research to make a final decision. Scam sites are great, but we need to remember that they are also an individual’s opinion. After you do your own research, you may or may not agree with the review. Do you agree?

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Andres Santos,

      Well, this Website in my opinion could be associated with either Categories of Scam Sites or Resources. But, again with the name ScamXPoser, instead of revealing Online Programs being a complete Scam, they actually do the opposite. This Website promotes Scams. They are saying Online Scam programs are legit.

      The Rating they do with some of their Reviews does not seem to match up with the Brief Description which you later end up reading below.

      So, in all fairness, yes you are right that Scam Sites are great but again they are an individual’s opinion. It may or may not be honest truth however. That’s when the Reader is called to be the Judge of any Product Review they read.

      I hope that helps answer your questions. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online accomplishments above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  23. john

    This site’s layout I thought was a bit garbled at times. The overall layout was decent but I felt they could have made the site look a little more accessible. Overall though I thought this site’s design was just around decent. I would have added a little less visual aid while it is important I thought it was a bit overwhelming!

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear john,

      Thanks for your Feedback. 🙂 I know exactly what you mean, the Website itself may not be exactly user-friendly to a novice who is completely unaware of knowing where to access the area of Online Scam Reviews and Legit Online Programs quite easily. In fact I believe they are simply scattered around in various Categories on the Website. It can be a bit confusing though.

      Please come back anytime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with avoiding online scams above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  24. Peter

    Hello Angel Great review about this website you certainly have written an in depth review of them and given your readers good reason to doubt the sincerity of the integrity of the site that promote as good (five stars), the likes of ’empowerment network’. Not one to typical look at the photo of the website owner BUT his photo that he uses – well he looks a bit ‘dodgy’ to me, so I’m not sure I would trust him.

    It all sounds like he started with a great idea and as time went by he got lazy and stopped looking too hard at the next ‘hot’ thing that came along and as he made money from being an affiliate from it then he recommended it as a ‘money maker’ because he did.

    But as you said it not the Wikipedia of scams and that’s a very important point.

    Great work Angel Thanks for posting 🙂

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Peter,

      Thanks for your Feedback, I greatly appreciate it. 🙂 Yes, I love writing in general. So much that I have to get down to the nitty gritty details about everything that is worth sharing and raising widespread awareness to exercise extreme caution on especially for the Readers of my Website Content. 🙂

      Yeah, his Picture raises suspicions for me indeed. The stare and pose itself. Seem questionable more or less.

      It is true, he was doing so well from the start of this Website he built but overall he lost his passion for the work he did and just promoted Programs just for the sake of it to make a commission off of even if he did not bother to go into revealing the real truth behind how these Programs actually work. 🙁

      Yup, I couldn’t have said that all better myself Peter. 🙂

      Please feel free to visit my Website anytime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online endeavors on avoiding online scams and their cunning programs above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  25. Valrie Mullins

    Quite an informative post! While I admit that I have not gone to any scam review sites, I do at times look into the legitimacy of programs I am thinking of trying.

    I never look at just one claim of failure. I look at all the comments I can find and make my own evaluation from there. I know that just because one person may or may not like a program, that does not make it a scam.

    You have definitely gone in and done some research and it shows. The flow of your article is good. Relevant screenshots definitely help bring it all together.

    Good post.

    Reply
    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Valrie Mullins,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback. 🙂 I am truly most grateful for it. 🙂

      I was often raised to get 2nd or 3rd Opinions from others since with getting a first impression Opinion is never good enough. It can’t be backed up just as is on its own. It needs other references to help back up that claim or else face a rebuttal, a debatable argument proving the other viewpoint wrong.

      Just in the same way not all hair products work for everyone, some could have allergies, etc. The same can be said of Online Programs as well. Some work for particular people while others do not.

      Yes, I enjoy doing my Research and Posting anything of value my Visitors would definitely feel worthwhile to be aware of. 🙂

      I am so pleased to hear that you enjoyed the Screenshots I have provided here in my Blog Post Article. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your futuristic endeavors on avoiding online scams always above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  26. Nicole JBN

    Hi Angel,

    ScamXPoser overall is a fairly ok resource to get your first information on any make money online program. Nothing you read the first time should be taken for granted.

    The best way, especially in the make money online niche, is to do a thorough research. Don’t stop at one review. Keep reading around, look on social media what others have to say and even talk to those which have good experience and those which have bad experience with a product.

    ScamXPoser Reviews is a huge website and it wouldn’t surprise me if several authors are posting reviews on a regular basis. So, many reviews may be based on collected information rather than personal experience. Doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a scam. 🙂

    Anyway, thanks for the heads up and I suggest that anyone reading any reviews about products/services in the make money online niche should always get more information and not make a decision after reading one review.

    Looking forward to reading more on that subject, Angel.

    Nicole

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Nicole JB,

      Thank you for your Feedback. 🙂 I greatly appreciate it. 🙂

      ScamXPoser is like the Online Program Dictionary version of Wikipedia to be honest with you. Pretty much anyone could change/edit the information around in Wikipedia. So, again it is not exactly 100% reliable.

      Whenever I read a 1st Review on a Product, Service, or Online Program, I tend to want to know more since my curiosity level grows. I enjoy exploring around and seeing what the majority say and then determine if it appeals to me to say the Online Program is a definite Scam or Legit Online Opportunity.

      It is true that perhaps ScamXPoser has certain Authors publishing Articles here and there as they also have a Submit A Review Option posted on their Website as well.

      Yup, I couldn’t said that better myself Nicole. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with overcoming Online Scam Programs above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

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  27. IanW

    Most interesting article Angel. I had never come across Scamxposer until I read your post.

    Just as well I did because from what you are saying their evaluation and recommendations are not really accurate. It seems likek the site is more orientated to getting visitors to choose one of their suggestions and thereby get an affilaite commission.

    Certainly if their top rankings keep changing frequently they are more in it for themselves rather than for giving their visitors honest and valid information.

    Unfortunately Scamxposer is probably not the only site in the same class. I have heard that Ripoff Report may be in a similar class.

    Appreciate your drawing the short coming of this site to my attention. Something trustworthy is not always easy to find but I think you are on track when you mention Wealthy Affiliate. They are ‘as sound as a bell’.

    Ian

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear IanW,

      Thank you for your Feedback. 🙂 Wow, really? 😀 Hmm, guess I taught you something new then. 🙂 I often visited it several times when I wanted to get a brief description into the Online Program. Some reports were convincing, tried some, but was mostly disappointed that the Reviews on ScamXPoser were not specific enough to not leave any unanswered questions out.

      Yes, my thoughts exactly, I feel that is their main intention. Just Recommend what are the Hottest Trending Products and then get a commission upon writing a Review convincing others to blindly join the Program without knowing the whole story behind it. I couldn’t agree with you more. Yes, many are striving to make it to the 1st Page of Google Search Results to get Traffic coming in like an unending cycle, but Quality Content speaks the honest truth does it not and not really intend on leading others astray correct?

      Hmm, I never heard about RipOff Report before, it seems worth quite an investigation I should pursue and get the word out in a future Blog Post on my Website hopefully.

      I do not really bother too much on Rankings at the moment, as long as what I write is helpful to my audience and they are saved from investing their hard-earned cash on an Online Scam Program, I am happy.

      Yes, Wealthy Affiliate will always be Number 1 in my Book because the Services and Support provided are endless. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best as you obtain more and more wisdom in determining what is true honesty versus the lies about online programs being spread like wild fire over the Internet above and beyond the horizon,

      ~Angel

      Reply

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