Work From No Home Review

This Work From No Home review will explore how a young guy took his passion and turned it into a HUGE profit. Is his program all it claims to be? I have to say that when I started to research this system and read about Peng Joon, I was pretty impressed.

PRODUCT NAME: Work From No Home

Overall Ranking: 5/100 

Price: ?

Owners: Peng Joon


Who is Peng Joon?

Work From No Home by Peng Joon:  Peng Joon got his start back in 2006.  He’s a young internet marketer who started promoting Clickbank products. His specialty was the gaming niche at that time. As a result of his love of World of Warcraft, he created a World of Warcraft Guide which he sold and promoted as an ebook through Clickbank. That was his first taste of internet marketing. He then expanded his business by offering online training and speaker engagements.

Work from No Home Review

His first program was called Work From No Home. I have not been able to find any information on that programwork from no home review  except for information that is over two years old.  You won’t find any information on the logical domain name: However, I’m guessing that Peng Joon owns the domain because when you go to that link,  you will see a giant SOLD OUT sign. You can add your email address to be put on a notification list but the question is, notification about what? It’s unclear what the site is about.

So I decided to go to the website. At least there was an actual website there! There are links to events, books, and programs. As far as I can tell, the Work From No Home System has since evolved into three different seminars:  Closing for the Money, Internet Income Intensive, and Internet Mastery Retreat. That was as of a few weeks ago. When I checked the website again today, there was only one program running: Closing for the Money. So lots of changed for Peng Joon and his internet business recently.


I’m still left scratching my head. The link for his book, Build a Money Machine, takes you to a Youtube video where you are asked for your email address. No real information on the book at all. No price, etc.


Next, I went to the Programs link. There’s one program called, Closing for the Money.  But no real information on it. You can watch Peng Joon on  a Youtube video explain how he makes money but it is vague at best. There are five videos in total on this page. But if you enter in your email address, I’m sure you will find out more! 😉

work from no home reviewIf you make it this far without being too discouraged, you will have an option to…..wait for it…..ENTER IN YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS in order to download the blueprint of his multimillion dollar pitch. So in the interest of research, I took the bait and entered my email address and was immediately transported to a 26-page PDF document which included 6 pages of worksheets. The PDF document is to be used for speaking engagements, webinars, and sales videos and letters. So far, this does not have anything to do with making money online.

Youtube Anyone?

A lot of times when I’m doing research, I’ll check Youtube to see if there are any videos available. I managed to find a Work from No Home video by Peng Joon. The video is 14+ minutes. Peng Joon talks about how everyone is always asking him how he makes money online. He then goes on to say that he is traveling and will show us step-by-step how he does it. Basically, he creates an email account. From there you will see a few shots of stats and sales. By the end of the trip he’s made over $13,000 which covers the cost of his trip.

There’s an option throughout the video to “click here to order.” I presumed that when I clicked this link, I would be directed to a place to order the Work from No Home program. What actually happens is you are directed to another website called (Now, in the interest of full disclosure, Peng Joon’s Youtube video above does have make money report text under the title of the video.) There’s a link at the top of that page inviting you to make $500 a day. When you click on that link, you are directed to a sales page where a video starts. You’ll hear a voice that identifies himself as Bryan Winters. He tells his story of loss and how he gained back his fortune and then some. He then starts talking about a different product–not the Work from No Home System.

The product is called 5 Figure Day (eventually). So it looks like the Work from No Home program is no more. Peng Joon is now pointing you to another product.


From an internet marketing perspective, I can only assume that the Work from No Home product no longer exists and that the references to that program now point to a different program.  But if you go to the website, you will find information on a seminar you can attend to learn how to create your online income. Again, there’s no price indicated and this seminar will exclude people who don’t live in the area where the seminars are being held.

I can’t recommend this product because I still don’t know what it is. I give this program a 5 out of 100 because there’s no clear picture about what Peng Joon actually marketing.

Have you had any experience with this program? If so, please let me know.

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2 thoughts on “Work From No Home Review”

  1. The work from no home system was a 30 day step by step program that teaches you how to build multiple niche websites. The first week and a half was building your first one, the second and third week was how to build more than one at a time, and the last week was automation and outsourcing all of the work. It was a great program, but it was a lot of work and I believe the market has changed to people looking for a push button system.

    • Hi BryGuy. That sounds like a lot of work and stress. I’m with Wealthy Affiliate where they teach you how to create an income with one site and then “rinse and repeat” the method for other sites. You are right. Internet marketing has changed a lot over the last few years. It can be hard to keep up sometimes! I wish you all the best in your online income endeavors! Thank you for stopping by! Alanna


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