SiteReviewsAuthority and What It\\\'s All About
SiteReviewsAuthority presents itself as a system meant to provide it's users a good look at various home based opportunities of today and offer the most viable solutions in this line of business. The real question though is does it really fit that bill? Let's find out.
First of all, SiteReviewsAuthority is the brain child of a man named Dr. Richard Stera. He is also the chairman of SiteReviewsAuthority and presents it as means of seeking out the most viable home based opportunities on the market today and does this through the culmination of about 173 home-based online business opportunities which are then rated accordingly. The rating system that they use is called the "SRA Key Essentials Evaluation" which is comprised of several factors such as earning potential, investment returns, security, customer service and convenience of use. Based on this rating system, SiteReviewsAuthority apparently has come to a conclusion that more than 80 percent of the total programs that they had evaluated turned out to be scams. However, SiteReviewsAuthority doesn't appear to have a list on their official website about the programs that they reviewed regardless if they were legitimate or scams.
Checking on the site further though, I've found that SiteReviewsAuthority is presenting three sites and quite extensively advertising them as the most viable and effective home-based business opportunity on the market today. These three sites include SuperProfitSystem, KeyOnlineJobs and AutoPilotBizSystem. Looking at these three websites though, there doesn't appear to be any details regarding how they actually work and provide you with a means of generating an income. They do however; provide an indication of how difficult it is to actually pull off.
The great thing about SiteReviewsAuthority is that they provide a list broken down into 8 items which was used to analyze the 173 programs they had on their database. Should a specific program feature any of the item it would automatically mean that it has acquired a negative mark. The 8 items mentioned includes:
· Lack of opportunities to reach desired income
· Information is lacking
· Inconvenient and not easy to work with
· Information isn't up to date
· Features links to other sites enticing you to further invest on them
· Non-functional links
· Lack of Help section and guides
· Lack of customer support
Over all, SiteReviewsAuthority does a pretty good job of forewarning prospective investors from committing to a particular system which may be poor in viability. However, with regards to the three systems that they do promote, it would be best not to simply take their word for it and review each of the systems whichever you may be most interested in. It is always wise to know all you can about a particular product or service before committing any of your hard earned money in it.
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