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Web site claims you can make up to $1000 per day doing trivially simple stuff. But then the person providing this testimony says "no", that's not true at all, he or she makes closer to $3000 per day. Whom do you trust?

They go on to claim that this has been endorsed by a consumer research group and point you to a web site ... on that site, you'll see just 5 "approved" work-at-home programs. As it happens the Computer Training Center Online Training Course is ranked number 1.

If you check out the domain, you'll find it's been anonymously registered. Doh!

If you're still interested, you can read this refund policy:

CTC offers a complete money back guarantee for the course advertised on its website, which shall be granted to any student who purchases said course and completely executes the instructions in this course according to the guidelines provided in this course within the 30 day period immediately following purchase of this course.

All refund requests must be submitted in writing no later than 30 days from the purchase date. All refund requests submitted later than 30 days after the purchase date shall be rejected as invalid. Should a purchaser of the course follow the instructions provided in this course within the prescribed period and return evidence of having done so, as prescribed in the course, to the email address provided in the course, CTC shall, upon reviewing said evidence and determining in CTC's sole discretion that the instructions provided in the course have been accurately adhered to, and upon purchaser's claim that earnings generated through executing the instructions provided in said course have not been satisfactory to purchaser, CTC shall issue a refund to the purchaser within 10 days of the refund request.

So if the instructions tell you to violate your ISP's terms of service, and you don't do it, then you're ineligible for a refund. And if you do violate your ISP's terms of service, whether you get a refund or not is still at their discretion anyway. Doh!!

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