Work At Home University Review – Is it Legit?

wahuniversity-setProduct Name: Work at Home University

Product Owner: Michelle Withrow (she’s fake)

Advertised Price: $197, 1st Discount ($77), 2nd Discount ($47)

Upsells: $97, $67 or $47,

Rating: 0/100

So when I usually have a look into an online business to see if it’s a viable business opportunity, I usually try to provide a balanced argument when it comes to my opinion on the legitimacy of the business opportunity.

Sometimes that’s really hard to do when the product you’re reviewing is obviously a totally scam. Not only that, but this product seems to be just one of many that prey on unsuspecting people looking to making money online.

Work At Home University is not really a university, in fact you don’t earn a degree or anything else that resembles a certification of any description, moreover, you don’t actually know what you will be doing until you register with them.

And by the way to register with them you have to pay $97.

At that point you still don’t know what you’re paying for, all you know is that you have to hand over a bunch of cash to get an idea of what you’ll being doing.

They also state that all you need to do is to work approximately one hour a day and that the skill level to work the business is no experience or skill set whatsoever.

With a 365 money back guarantee, you’d think that there is low to no risk – right? But you’d be wrong, as you’ll find out in the conditions printed at the bottom of their website.

But who reads the fine print – right?

So I’m gonna tell you what the main idea is behind Work At Home University, so you don’t have to the $97.

Read moreWork At Home University Review – Is it Legit?