Rent an Edu – Russell Brunsons $800 Per month Mega Scam!
it’s Russell Brunson once again with another Mega Scam. This time it’s called Rent-an-Edu, cleverly twisted “edu back links” scam.
How Rent an Edu Works?
Step 1: Once you become a member with rentanedu.com you’ll get an sub-domain link directory with Peru International University’s website (in reality such university does not exist!) You are getting a keyword rich link directory on a fake .edu website!
Step 2: Now start reciprocal link exchange with other websites. Well, not reciprocal; it’s called 3-way links. Just find top 10-30 Google ranking websites for your keyword; contact top ranking websites owners and offer them a free link from your Fake .edu website in exchange for a back link to your real website.
If you can get backlinks from already top ranked websites, your website will gain top 10 ranking very quickly (well, at least that’s the theory)
By the way if you are curious, here is the fake .edu site – university.edu.pe (it’s actually edu.pe) This website is brand new, has got very few backlinks and barely indexed by Google. It’s just the template design which makes it look like an .edu website. If your website is already ranking well for some competitive keywords, then you can easily spot a fake .edu sites like this one.
Heavy Scam Factors.
It costs $97 per month for a single link directory (with 7 day $1 trial). With this basic membership you have to do all the link request work manually. If you pay $300 then the software will automate this job for you. If you can pay $800 per month then you get 4 links directories, so that you can target 4 websites.
In essential, you will be scamming other webmasters by offering them fake .edu links. Perhaps it work? Worth a try?
Henceforth, be careful if you get link request from other webmasters offering you .edu links!
PS: I have revealed the .edu website name (university.edu.pe) because Russell is openly disclosing this site in his sales video
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