Name:Work at Home University,also known as WAHEDU.
Price:Website claims a one time fee of $97.
Owners:Michelle Withrow,unverified and most likely fictitious.This sites most current incarnation doesn’t even list the owners.
Website:wahuniversity.com or most recently wahedu.com
Work at Home University Overview
At first glance this website seems promising and filled with potential.I have personal experience with this website because I paid the $97
fee last year to learn first-hand what it was about,and the way it appears at first glance is NOT what I experienced within the members’ section.
Ironically,this website calling itself a University of Internet Marketing is actually more like a pre-school in that it presents an almost basic idea of IM,but in a very unorganized,unclear fashion.It’s a scam because you are on your own swimming through an ocean of text and low grade videos.
The only good thing I will mention is that I did get a refund when I asked for it without any hassles.
The bad thing about this website is that it still exists.Even the claims of phone and e-mail support are inaccurate because while I was a member,and even now,the so-called support is only located under a Contact tab and you are re-directed to a completely separate website.A reputable source of IM training should have a support team in-house,and easy to find on the website.
The training that was presented was unclear and unorganized,and was not written in a way that was easy to understand.
Who it’s for
I would not recommend this website for anyone.
Training and Tools
On the sites’ homepage,clicking on the Contact tab will re-direct you to another website,where you will at least get your money back if you made the mistake of joining
A one-time fee of $97.
This site is a scam that changes its’ name every few months.