Smarter Finance Daily Overview
Owner: Kim Swartz
Mark here, just stopping by to say welcome to my review of Smarter Finance Daily and just wanted to let you know I’ve been involved with online marketing for over ten years now, and I have seen a lot of good, even great products offered over the years, but I have also experienced some real crap as well.
I promise not to bore you with endless bonus after bonus offers or annoying upsells, ultimately it will be up to you to make an informed decision on whether or not the product is right for you.
I make every attempt to research and provide a fair assessment of all products I review.
What Is Smarter Finance Daily?
To start with, Smarter Finance Daily is from the same con artists that gave us the Work At Home Institute. A fake news page is what is supposed to get your attention along with a fake mother named Kim Swartz, who manages to be living just about everywhere you can think of in North America. When I went to their home page lo and behold Kim Swartz is from my hometown and every other town in the country for that matter.
They change up the names all the time, use fake authors and even the news reporter is a fake personality. Sometimes they will throw in more fake TV personalities and other fake moms.
This is just another link posting scam that wants your money for absolutely nothing in return. Smarter Finance Daily uses an outdated business model that will not earn anyone any money at the beginning and it actually becomes more difficult to earn as you progress through the ranks.
Smarter Finance daily uses a bait and switch tactic that is meant to lure you in by making claims of unimaginable amounts of money and fake certifications.
Once they get your credit card and bank information, phone number and anything else they can get their hands on, salespeople will start calling continuously and try to upsell and get you to spend thousands of dollars on ineffective business coaching programs.
So What Are The Tools And Training I Will Get?
Again, that seems to be a very gray area indeed. Very little information is offered. Every time I click on one of the links that are supposed to redirect me to Robert Robinson’s Work At Home Institute, I wind up at another annoying landing page that claims that this is Top Secret – Turn The Next 7 Minutes Into $1,250 A Day!
When I click on Robert Robinson’s Work At Home Institute Course I am taken to the same annoying landing page, and when I click on Work At Home Institute – Official Website….well guess what?
Robert Robinson and his Work At Home Institute don’t exist, yep Fake!
The entire site, in fact, is fake, fake cheques like the one below fake endorsements and news logos. Claims that you will make $8,000 a month just like the fake mom and yet, they also claim that “who knows you may never make any money at all”….Really!
So Who Is Smarter Finance Daily For?
Again, this should be obvious. If you have bags of money that you don’t mind giving to someone or something that offers absolutely nothing of value and simply doesn’t exist, then, by all means, this might be for you.
But, if you are like most and don’t have bags of money to lose to scams like this then I suggest you run for the hills and don’t look back.
My Final Thoughts on Smart Finance Daily
At it’s core, this and it’s other similar scam sites are nothing more than a shell game designed to scam newcomers to internet marketing into thinking that this is somehow legitimate by presenting them with flashy pages full of fake news reports and articles along with fake reporters and moms that change names more than I change socks.
Oh ya, the fake mom that seems to live everywhere we all do…. well I live in a very small town and when they say you probably know everyone and everyone’s business it’s true. Fake mom Kim Swartz no more lives here where I do as much as she lives everywhere else known to man.
Do I think Smarter Finance Daily is a scam, ABSOLUTELY!