Use Of A Conditional Refund Policy
Despite what you may read from support in the comments, if you are thinking of buying this, you HAVE to go by the refund policy as stated on the site itself. Here’s the refund policy listed on the HomeIncomePackage.com site:
Read that refund policy and ask yourself the following question: “What does an “honest try” mean? Here’s the answer: NOTHING. It’s not defined.
And that’s the problem.
These types of conditional refund policies with vague terms such as “honest try” are COMMONLY used to deny refund requests. I recommend that whenever you see a refund policy like this – GET AWAY AS FAST AS YOU CAN.
HUGE WARNING: 1-On-1 Coaching
The people behind Home Income Package and several other sites refuse to disclose who their “coaching floor is”. That is yet ANOTHER reason you need to AVOID Home Income Package. I’ve heard a great deal of horror stories from people who have lost thousands – if not tens of thousands of dollars to questionable “coaching” and other services. Typically the sales pitch for this type of coaching goes something like this (sometimes in a different order).
- You are told that the coaching program is looking for success stories they can use.
- You are asked questions about your credit and cash available (although sometimes the fishing for this information is neatly hidden within other dialogue).
- You are promised that you can make big money (you are sometimes even quoted specific dollar amounts within specific time frames)
- You are high pressured to sign up soon to secure your spot.
Of course the promises made on the phone call are documented…but the contract that you sign IS almost always MUCH different than the promises you were told during the sales pitch.
I can also tell you this, if the coaching is based out of Utah, be exceedingly cautious. Personally, I wouldn’t let any friends or family near a coaching company out of Utah.
Of course, I probably wouldn’t let my friends and family near any sort of phone-based coaching call marketed by promising a “Free 1 on 1 Training Consultation.” Just be careful. That’s all I’ll say.
Of course, if you have information about the coaching floor that Home Income Package uses, please post the information in the comments section. Thanks in advance for anybody who is able to do that.
NEVER, EVER…EVER reveal your credit card limits or how much money is available on your credit cards, bank accounts, etc., or even give ANY hint of how much money you’re willing to spend…UNTIL you ask the sales person how much money is required. If you start getting the feeling that more and more money is trying to be squeezed out of you, HANG UP IMMEDIATELY.
Here are some of the aspects of Home Income Package that concern me:
Red Flag #1) It’s a clone of other sites that have generated NUMEROUS complaints.
Here’s what some companies do once they generate a large number of complaints. They change the name of their site. Once one site generates enough complaints they set up another one using the same template. Why? Because they know that customers can easily find the complaints for the old site within Google.
I strongly recommend you take a look at the comments on some of their previous sites, which I’ve listed below:
- Online Income Solution – 247 comments – read them here.
- Home Wealth Solution – 286 comments – read them here.
- My Real Income – 13 comments – read them here.
- Automated Profit Package – 265 comments – read them here.
- Automated Home Jobs – 3 comments – read them here.
- Autopilot Home Profits – 110 comments – read them here.
Red Flag #2) Meaningless use of News logos and other logos
Home Income Package has “As Advertised” next to the following trademarked logos:
Obviously, “As Advertised On” is entirely meaningless… since that is something ANYBODY.
Another issue is the fact that there is an “AS SEEN ON:” image with an asterisk with no corresponding explanation:
Red Flag #3) The “Voted #1” Claim At Home Income Package
Home Income Package boast that it’s been “Voted #1 By Many Top Publications” and even goes to the ridiculous extreme of displaying numerous copies of “Entrepreneur Magazines” next to that claim.
Guess what: Entrepreneur doesn’t “vote” on anything. And Home Income Package was NEVER In Entrepeneur Magazine.\
Red Flag #4) Claim Of Earning $379 Per Day
It may sound a bit odd, but the fact is that the $379 figure is a number used by a substantial number of extremely questionable opportunities.
Red Flag #5) Use Of Stock Photos For Testimonials
The image of Jane & Jeremy C. is a stock photo.
Red Flag #6) Home Income Package’s Bizarre And Meaningless Scarcity Tactics
Home Income Package states:
“IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to high demand and to protect existing members we may decide to make the number of Available Positions Limited. These positions are to be taken up on a strictly first come, first serve basis.”
Funny, how they keep launching site after site after site with different names – including one claiming that they’ve trained over 800,000 members. LOL.
Red Flag #7) HomeIncomePackage.com Is Promoted By Fake News Sites
Online Income Is being promoted by the Fake News (Advertorial) website Career-Reports.com. I have NEVER seen these types of sites promote anything other than highly questionable products.
Red Flag #8) Whois History Connects HomeIncomePackage.com To Other Questionable Sites
Home Income Package is connected to other sites that have generated a huge number of complaints. Even though their current WhoIs record shows:
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