Alleged "work at home" website I've just seen spamvertised in a comment on a website.
Spamvertises on various blog sites, comment boards, forums and other websites by using spambots and/or fake user accounts to continuously and/or repeatedly post comments that serve no useful purpose other than to advertise the site
Member of a work-at-home get-rich-quick scam advertised in spam comments on other people's blogs. Deceptive layers of framed content and disposable domains finally redirect to the scam at webfortunemaster.com.
Risks: tracking and spam, credit card fraud, identity theft.
Provide no financial or personal data.