July 5


IncomeStation.net Review – Scam!

Anis Founder of Fulltimehomebusiness.com

By Anis

July 5, 2017

Income Station sales page promising $1,000 dollar per week scam
This Screenshot was taken from the Incomestation.net website

IncomeStation promises you to earn $1000 per week as you can see in the screenshot above

However a lot of people are very skeptical and don’t trust this website, there are no reviews online about it either.

With that said, I know everything about IncomeStation and their plans

So if you want to know what this site is all about I invite you to read this full review!

Income Station – Quick Review

  • Name: Income Station
  • Website: IncomeStation.net
  • Price: $24
  • Owner: Unkown
  • Rating: 1/5

What is Income Station Exactly?

Income Station is nothing but another cookie cutter website

I see these sites that promise easy riches mailing out brochures very often

They go with different names but the same design

Here are some of the other cookie cutter websites I’m talking about

  • Moneyformailing.com
  • BruchureWorkers.com
  • Incomemailers.com
  • Mailingnetwork.com
  • Postcardswealth.com
  • homemoney77.com

I have written an Income Mailers & Mailing Network review before

If you click on it and read it you will see literally the same sales page filled with the same promises.

How Does Income Station Work?

They promise you the world and they stress so much how easily you will earn money

They promise you $4 for every brochure you mail

That’s a lot, it’s too good to be true

The catch is the mailing kit

They charge $24 to receive the mail kit that you will work with.

$24 may seem like nothing

But you need to know that (unfortunately) thousands of naive people will fall for this scam

And that $24 will easily turn into thousands


I was contacted by people looking for Advanced Marketing Group reviews

This company seems to be the one creating all those make money mailing scams

You can read here some complaints about this company

They Will Sell Your Email Address

These scammers usually sell all their subscribers emails for a profit

The marketers to whom the emails are sold will start their share of promotions

You will start receiving spam every day.

Income Station asking for too much personal information
Income Station is asking for too much personal info, never give away your personal information to sites like these!

There’s Nothing Such Easy Money!

This should serve as a reality check

There is nothing such easy money

It’s impossible to earn life-changing money by simply mailing brochures

It’s hard work that makes money, that’s the reality.

If you keep looking for fast ways to earn cash, the scammers are waiting for you.

Income Station – Reviews

Income station seems to be a new site, that’s why there aren’t many reviews online

After digging on Google for a while I could find an Income Station complaint at Ripoff Report

Income Station Scam – Final Recommendation

Income Station is not a website that is going to make you money

They only care about filling their own pockets

We have seen lots of similar sites get shut down within a couple of months

If you want to earn some free extra cash

I invite to check out these Free Survey Sites

If you are interesting in building a full-time business from home and you are a newbie

I recommend you to check out this legitimate training (free to try)

Your Turn!

Did you fall for the Income Station scam?

Please leave your reviews and comments below

You will definitely help other people!


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Anis Founder of Fulltimehomebusiness.com

About Anis

Anis Chity used to be a struggling university student under debt from Italy, but thanks to this opportunity he managed to earn a 4 figure monthly income at the age of 24. Anis enjoys helping people avoid scams and find legit ways to work from home. He has many other businesses online as well.

In his free time he loves playing football & hanging out with friends.

Quick update: Anis now is 28 earning over $40k a month on average in affiliate commissions! Learn How He exactly did it here.

  • You also run the “Wealthy Affiliate” website, as far as it’s comments and such. The site that you’re referring/redirecting others to who could potentially get scammed. So I personally wonder, is this an honest review? Or is it a scam itself for subliminal advertising? Don’t get me wrong, I checked the website. I’m interested. It sounds great. But if Wealthy Affiliate is all about setting up websites meant for advertising, then why would it be necessary to advertise in a review about a different “agency”? Do you not trust your own advertising?

    • Hi Ivy, first of all, I don’t promote WA only I also promote other products, I basically promote stuff that is realistic, legit and that actually works, Incomestation.net is clearly a scam and I am giving people legit alternatives.

      I did not quite understand the last part of the comment where you say I don’t trust my own advertising, can you please elaborate on that?

  • Yes if it sounds to good to be true most all the time it is.
    It’s a shame that these type of people do this.
    At one time there were real companies doing work from home business like this.
    But then these scammers came along and messed it all up.

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