Name: The Computer Geeks by Karen Williams.
Overall Rating: 0 out of 10 stars! Whoever REALLY made this program (Not Karen Williams) just renamed it from an old scam I already exposed before. That’s all you really need to know (but I’ll show you a real opportunity in a moment).
Is The Computer Geeks a Recommended program? No way!
So what is The Computer Geeks?
On March 18th, I reviewed a program called “The Computer People”, a website that looks absolutely identical to this program, with the same Karen Williams picture on it, and the same exactly words. I determined that the program was a scam and I found out about it through fake news websites which I normally look at to discover these scams in the first place.
Now I am explaining this right now because the very same fake news sites that linked to that program I reviewed are now linking to The Computer Geeks and quite literally, the one thing that’s changed is 1 word:
They changed it from people to “geeks”, which I find to be quite comedic since these scams are running out of ways to change their name to something creative:
I think because myself and so many people who review and expose these things found out about the previous program so soon, the people who made it, quickly decided to switch gears and change the name. But I keep my eye open for these changes and expose them once they’re made.
And thus, here are reviewing the same program essentially, but with a different name. Never the less, it’s still not recommended.
Let’s not confuse this program for others like it:
There are numerous programs online with the same title, but they are entirely different businesses and should not be considered scams just because they have the same name. In this case, we need context:
The Computer Geeks is a work at home program created by a Karen Williams, or as I like to call it a fake persona. And any other program with the name, as long as it doesn’t have that same person behind it is a completely different program.
Now to be honest, I don’t really understand why they would name themselves this. These types of bad programs would once be given titles that give off an illusion of easy, get rich quick systems such as online profits, work from home system and things of that nature. Such titles gave people an immediate impression that it was a work at home system that they could make good money off.
But with this recent program title, it seems like they (the people who made the program) aren’t being creative at all, which is honestly fine by me since it doesn’t matter what title they put on their bad programs, I’ll still review it and give it the same rating if it’s bad.
A quick recap of why the program was/is bad:
I think I literally caught this program just a day or even a few before it became another popular hit. This is actually good for consumers because these types of programs typically get a lot of attention quite quickly because of the marketing that goes into promoting them once they are released or change names and are re-released through the same channels.
The more time goes by after they are released that they aren’t exposed, the more time they have to catch people and get them to buy the system and after that it takes awhile for those people to realize what happened. There’s even many who still cling to it and continue to try and make money with it.
Now while the money making aspect of this program is there, it’s very small in my experience and there’s WAY better ways to profit on the internet, but the point I was trying to make is that by catching it as soon as I did, the consumer which is you can be warned and protected from making a potential mistake in buying into this program.
I’ve seen so many of these cases and MORE than enough comments from people who purchased these types of programs to know badly it can end. Money is wasted, people think there’s nothing but scams online and it’s a bad cycle.
Final Rating: The Computer Geeks.
0 out of 10 stars. I’m glad I caught it early. That way, many more people will know what’s up early.
My final thoughts:
These fake sites aren’t new to me personally. I’ve been running into them for years and exposed many dozens of them if not more in the process and I will continue to do that. As a consumer who seeks real online opportunities, be very careful if you run into a site that looks like The Computer Geeks.
There are a plethora of them online, with different names, but that template you see with that sales page is one you should keep an eye out for because it’s almost ALWAYS a bad program as I’ve warned many times before.
Now at the same time, one of the best ways to avoid this problem in the future besides knowing what these bad programs and their sales pages look like is just to have an alternate choice that is good so you won’t even have to worry about browsing the internet, looking for work at home opportunities and potentially stepping on one of the bad ones.
When you have a good program that gives you everything you need to make a good income from home, the last thing you’ll worry about is looking for other opportunities out there and there is one program I recommend which will do that for you:
I can tell you that whatever promises The Computer Geeks and/or other sites like it made, this program will deliver on. However, I will say that it will not be an easy, get rich quick solution, but it will be one that works if you work for it.
Update: Now it’s known as “Computer Guidance”.
Be aware that as I said it would happen, it did. This is the new name to watch out for.