Updated October 8, 2019
I just want to update you that the website for this scam product is no longer valid. It might come back with a new name in the future. I will keep you posted!
Welcome to my Computer Oasis review!
I am so glad you have taken the time to read this because there are so many “get rich quick” programs out there just trying to take your money and offering little to nothing in return. I don’t want you to get roped into something that is not going to help you to make money online from home.
Our goal with this website is to give you legitimate options for generating income in your retirement so we research these types of products and give you our honest opinion. We don’t want you to get ripped off.
Stay with me here and we will explore what this product is all about and why you should avoid it at all costs.
What is Computer Oasis?
This product claims to be an incredible work from home business opportunity in which you can make hundreds of dollars a day by posting links on the internet.
Who is it for?
This program is for people who want to work as Affiliate Marketers.
What they are hoping for, though, in this program, is that you have little to no experience in affiliate marketing so that they can bamboozle you into buying into this ridiculous method of making online income for yourself.
Affiliate marketing is a great way to earn income from home and in fact, this is how Philip and I create income, but not with this program! No way!
Ok, let’s get straight to the nitty-gritty. I want to make this short and to the point so I don’t waste your time.
Brief Details and Price
Name: Computer Oasis
Owner: Unknown – Phony pen name of ‘Marylin Applebee’
What’s Included: No actual product – It is a sales letter
Upsells: Yes. Private Coaching Session of $150.00 and other upsells
Overall Rating (out of 10): 1
Review of Computer Oasis
Computer Oasis tells you that you will be making over $300.00 by working just one hour a day by doing a task which is called “link posting” as an affiliate marketer.
Only takes 5 minutes to start making money folks!
The way they say it works is that there are many big companies out there who want to hire home workers to keep their own costs down so they will pay you to post links all over social media networks, forums, and online communities.
Then, when someone clicks on these links, you get paid because the big companies will make a huge amount of money from that link you posted. So they can then pay you $15.00 per link.
This is something called ‘link spamming’ which the search engines don’t like. It is also known as “Spamdexing” and if you use this method you will be very sorry because it is an aggressive and forced way of using the internet and you will be kicked out of social media forums or blocked for doing this.
An affiliate marketer (also known as a publisher) is someone who earns a commission from a merchant by selling the merchants products to a consumer, from their own affiliate website or through other types of marketing strategy. Essentially, you are selling products or services from other companies or people and you earn a set percentage based upon a pre-agreed arrangement.
This is a simple explanation of affiliate marketing but I can assure you it does not happen overnight! It requires time, patience and perseverance, just like any other authentic business. It does not involve spamming your links all over the place!
One of the big warning signals of Computer Oasis is that they show you this:
At first glance, you might think, wow! This program has been featured on all those TV stations so it must be great. But read it very carefully. What it is saying is “working from home” has been featured on those TV stations, not Computer Oasis.
This is a phony baloney way of trying to make you think this program has been endorsed by these big names when in fact it is working from home that has been featured in the media.
Gimme a break!
Another tactic they use is they tell you there are currently (fill in the blank with any number) positions ‘available in your area’ which makes you think you need to jump on this fast or lose out. I guarantee you if you are willing to spend $97.00 on this product, they will have a position available for you.
This is just downright wrong!
Furthermore, there is no information about who owns this company, its location and who founded it. The only name mentioned is a fake ‘pen name’ of “Marylin Applebee” (with a stock photo image) which should further indicate to you that there is nothing real about it.
Pros and Cons
There are none
- No real product
- Fake endorsements
- No contact information
- Fake pen name of the owner
Final Thoughts on Computer Oasis
Computer Oasis is just one of many products that give you false hope and exaggerated claims of making money online and lots of it, almost instantly.
Unfortunately, we see phony products like this one all the time on the internet so I suggest you keep coming back to check our website because we have many more that we are reviewing for you. Very often, companies such as Computer Oasis simply rename the product and try to sell it to you again. Past manifestations of Computer Oasis include Computer Gurus, Computer Experts Online and The Computer Teachers.
We report the truth to you so you do not make the mistake of throwing your hard-earned money away on useless products that don’t deliver.
I do not recommend Computer Oasis and I hope that after reading this you will avoid this product like the plague because you will be purchasing nothing of value to you.
The authentic way to making money online as an affiliate marketer is the system Philip and I follow which involves real training at an affordable cost and which you can try without investing a dime. We invite you to take a look here.
Wishing you every success,