Is My Home Success Plan a Scam?This is One You Need Be Careful Of…

Welcome to My Home Success Plan review. Is My Home Success Plan a scam or can they make working from home a reality for you?

They boldly state that with just 60 Minutes of your time, you can start making $379/per day!

Sounds exciting, doesn't it? I am going to cut straight to the chase today. 


Allow me to reveal the many red flags that I picked up. All you have to do then is make a decision. And do not worry, if you are still not sure on what to do, I will be here to help you.

Ready? Great! Let's get started.

NAME OF COMPANY: My Home Success Plan



WHAT IS ABOUT: Link posting.




Using stock image photos is common practice as a blogger. However, it's not right to use a stock image photo as a testimonial.

That is exactly what the My Home Success Plan official website is filled with.

Take a look at this, of a guy by the name of 'Samuel' who has banked $1000 using the My Home Success Plan system.

Is My Home Success plan a scam , yes as it has fake testimonials


This image can be found on another unrelated site.

Is My Home Success Plan a scam- FAKE TESTIMONIALS

Here is another, of the owner of the system, namely, April Matthews.

This is the image used on the official site.

My Home Success plan review My Home success plan April Matthews is a fake

This very image above has been utilized on countless other websites. 

My Home Success plan review. Who is the owner as April Matthews is a fake

The conclusion, April Matthews is a fake. Who really is behind My Home Success Plan?

Your guess is as good as mine....


My home success plan with limited spots available is a scam

This is a classic tactic used, that is designed to work on your emotions. To get you to act fast before you loose out completely.

Relax and do not fall prey to it.

You will find that should you try a different browser or visit the site on a different day, there will always be spots available.


Initially, the retail price is discounted to $97 from the $197. Then they offer you another discount of $70, and eventually drop it down to $47.

mY home success plan is a scam by offering you crazy downsells

That's a saving of a full 50 bucks. Which begs the question- why discount your product so much if it's worth so much?

Is it possible that it may be because the actual product does not have anything to offer at all? This is one of those marketing tactics that they use to play on your emotions again.

Do not fall for this trick.


As I was reading April Matthew's 'sad' story of how she had to take on two jobs(one at MacDonald's) to support her two daughters and how in December, she eventually lost one of these main jobs, the story started to sound all too familiar.

I recall having read this exact story awhile back, but could not pinpoint when and where. That's when I dug into my archives and found a business opportunity that I had reviewed, called Automated Daily Income, which followed suite.

My Home success plan and automated daily income are the same. My Home Success plan is a scam

You will see this same interface shared on another website called Autohome profits.

My Home success plan and auto home profits are scams

Basically, they're using the same story and promoting it under different names.

Whilst the founder's name is 'April Matthews' on My Home Success Plan, on Auto Home Profits, it's 'Shelly Davis'.

Now that we know a bit more of who they are, how exactly is one supposed to make "$379/per day" with the My Home Success Plan system?

Let me show you.


Link posting.

What is link posting all about?

According to April, your job as a link posting consultant is to post links of big-time reputable companies. In exchange, they will pay you per link posted.

They claim that for each link you post you can make an average amount of $15. For instance, this is the example they've used,

  • 15 links for $15 each equals $225,
  • which means that it would be $1,125 a week,
  • which means  $4,500 a month,
  •  and $58,500 a year

It all sounds nice. The only problem is, is that there is no real proof to justify this anywhere.

April claims that her exact strategies is formulated into the My Home Success Plan course.

Unfortunately, the sales page does not reveal further as to what these strategies are. You have no choice but to pull out your credit card.


The one question that you may be asking at this point is, "what is the point of the 60 Day Money Guarantee?"

My Home Success plan is a scam Why does My Home Success plan offer a 60-day guarantee

Sure, most of the information are red-flag based, and they are probably aware of it. Yet they are prepared to give you back your money.

In my opinion, they still end up gaining something that is precious, even after giving back your money.

Guess what that is?

Your e-mail address. Yes, it's valuable. They can use it to send other mediocre offers in the future. They could even sell it to third parties. 

No one likes to get 'spam' e-mail after e-mail. Just be ready to unsubscribe from time to time.

Is My Home Success Plan a scam? It's time for the verdict.


There are no real testimonials and no real owners. The My Home Success Plan system is a re-brand of countless other mediocre programs that rehash the same old story.

The money claims are over-hyped and they use 'emotional grabbing' tactics to lure you in. 

In my opinion, this system does not offer much, and shows little or no potential in helping you to build a solid online business. I personally do not recommend the My Home Success Plan.

There are REAL ways of making money online. The truth is that it does take hard work and your effort to make it work. I learned this 4 years ago, when I started my first website.(Read my story)

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Thanks so much for joining me on My Home Success Plan review.

It was awesome to speak to you today.

If you have found this article helpful, please feel free to share it with others whom you think it might be of benefit to.

If you have any comments, please leave them below. I would love to hear from you.

Kind Regards and Take Care.


11 thoughts on “Is My Home Success Plan a Scam?This is One You Need Be Careful Of…”

  1. Hi Roopesh,

    Thanks so much for sharing this valuable information to people and for doing the investigative work behind it. There are so many scams and false claims across the internet it is very difficult for a beginner to know where to begin. However, not only did you expose 1 company of all its red flags, but you also showed people an effective way to analyze a site and business opportunity to see if it is actually legit or not. People can no doubt take this same logic an apply it to other opportunities they may be considering and may be surprised to find out it that it too is not a great as it sounds.

    Building a business is hard work and requires a lot of dedication, discipline, and patience. This combined with the right resources can lead to success and I believe you are showing people the right way to get started.

    So thanks again,

    Wish you all the best,


  2. Great website layout and a better read. With so many scams on the internet you definitely have to be on your toes. You lay out some very professional advice on your website. I wish you the success you will find here. I am new at this but for me personally I would have my post at the top and move some other things to the bottom, that is just me though. So keep up the great work,thanksRay

  3. Dear Roopesh,

    This is an interesting and helpful review. You have covered it all in detail and in-depth.

    I do have come across few programs and even tried a few link posting programs, you know what, its a waste of time and I do remember one site which keep setting me new task every time I achieve the task to withdraw my money. Finally they just suspended my account. 

    It really hurts to fall as a victim to the scam programs and by doing these types of genuine reviews you are doing a great service.

    Thanks for saving people time, trouble, effort and money. 

    Wishing you Great Success!


    • Hi Paul

      So sorry to hear about your experience. There is nothing worse, than finding out that after have put in so much of effort, they kick you out.

      Wish you great success as well.

      Should you need help with anything, please let me know.



  4. I can add from my own experience – I’ve been a caught off guard by these kinds of downsells, ending with me actually purchasing the product. And I can attest that it was never worth the money, even considering the downselled 70% I believe it was that time.

    To me it has happened in the past. Meaning I have previously bought a what seemed a somewhat okay of a program (decided on it only because of the money back guarantee). Later I did refund it. But my e-mail at the time got spammed to death. It wasn’t a matter of as you said “Just be ready to unsubscribe from time to time”, it was a hard-on, never-ending type of extremely aggressive spam. Had to ultimately delete the e-mail account as it was unusable. Glad it wasn’t my primary one though.

    Above all, I loved how thorough you were with the review, Roopesh. I also liked that you didn’t make simple ideas complicated. I’ve seen so many people sin in regards to this. Overall, it was really fresh and enjoyable, couldn’t stop reading.

    Thank you for all the insights!

    Cheers and have a Great One!


    • Hi Matiss

      Thanks for you sharing your experience here. Thanks also for the kind words, really appreciate it.

      Regards and Take Care


  5. I almost bought this the other day. It downselled and really got me hooked. Gladly it happened that I accidentally closed the browser later that day and found that the downsells were yet again occurring. So, initially I was glad I didn’t miss out, but still decided to investigate before purchasing as it did seem quite off.

    Really happy I did.

    I’m not really interested in low quality products. It scoring less than one star definitely gives a good idea of how NOT worth the product is. The fake testimonials also are ridiculous. I had no idea people did this. I do find it so pathetic though. They literally are deceiving people into buying their product. Who does that?

    Either way, that recommendation of yours is, however, something I will check out. 

    Thank you!

    Have a wonderful day!


  6. Thank you for putting this out there, I’m not computer Davy to do something like that. I was spool close to actually putting gas my card info. In. Thank you again


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