Is theconsumerreviewjournal.com legit or a scam?
To start anyone reading this should know and also understand that theconsumerreviewjournal.com website found at http://www.theconsumerreviewjournal.com/tpl/new-brand/advertorial_page.php is nothing more than an advertorial that wants visitors to sign up for Jennifer Smith eProfit Course called eProfit Academy. Try not to get sucked into the propaganda presented at the theconsumerreviewjournal.com advertorial website
Why I don’t recommend the advice offered at theconsumerreviewjournal.com
There is a portion on this webpage that says:
EXPOSED: San Diego Mom Makes $8,000/Month
And You Won’t Believe How She Does It!
(As Seen On NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox News, New York Times)
Yet if you do your research this is not how it was reported furthermore if you scroll to the bottom of the consumer review journal webpage it clearly states:
THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT AND NOT AN ACTUAL NEWS ARTICLE, BLOG, OR CONSUMER PROTECTION UPDATE
Also if you scroll to the very top of their webpage it also says “Advertisement”
Final thoughts on theconsumerreviewjournal.com
Personally I don’t recommend theconsumerreviewjournal.com nor do I recommend joining Jennifer Smith eProfit Course called eProfit Academy. If you want to review or find out if they’re legit a scam that’s all on you however what I’m saying to anyone reading this is that I don’t recommend this route to making money online.
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