|By PR Newswire||
|November 17, 2012 12:00 AM EST||
SAN DIEGO, Nov. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Home Cash Profits is an online job opportunity that has come under scrutiny for their somewhat shady advertising methods. The job is advertised as a position posting links for large corporations such as Apple, Amazon and NETFlix. Unfortunately the marketing of this job has led many to wonder as to the veracity of the opportunity.
The company is usually promoted using spam emails to inform potential job seekers about a news article that promotes the Home Cash Profits program. However, those who look carefully will realize that this news article does not come from the purported news source that it claims to be from (in most cases MSNBC) but from another unrelated domain. The URL of the site makes it seem like a legitimate MSNBC or other news article by carefully stringing together a number of sub-domain names.
Because these methods lead people to trust the opportunity, many job seekers have signed up for the position without doing any actual research on the company. Because they do not have all the details, they are usually left confused and upset when the program turns out not to be what they expected.
Many people have taken this as a sure sign that the company is not being honest about itself. However, representatives from the company have stated on many complaint forums that those who are spreading the fake news articles are affiliates of the company who are operating on their own. They hold that they discourage the practice and are looking for ways to find and penalize those who are using this method of advertising.
However, there are those who continue to state that if this were so and the company really was trying to crack down on the problem, it would be very easy to do so and there wouldn't be such a proliferation of the untruthful advertisements spreading online. They claim that the company is only issuing these statements as a disclaimer and that they really have no intention of putting a stop to the unethical advertising practices which it, or as they claim, the affiliates are using.
Whatever the truth may bit, it is clear that those who are interested in the Home Cash Profits system need to do their utmost to research the opportunity before they become involved with it. As with all internet business opportunities, due diligence is needed as there are many unscrupulous individuals and companies who would seek to take advantage of those who are simply looking to earn an honest living online.
This is the reason that so many experts urge online entrepreneurs and job seekers to always be on guard and research even the most attractive looking offers. People should especially be on guard when a company already has some controversy surrounding it, such as Home Cash Profits does. Those interested in the opportunity should look at as much information as they can on the company and read as many Home Cash Profits reviews as they need to so that they can make a wise and well-informed decision on the company.Media Contact:
Amber Rose Internet Income University, 877-474-9344, email@example.com
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