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Online Cash Commissions

Overall Rating: SCAM
Type of Business: Link Posting Scam
Skill Level Needed: N/A
Income Potential: N/A
Website: http://safeserversonline.com/tpl/17870
Recommended: No/Scam

Online Cash Commissions Scam Review

By David Harris

There are two Online Cash Commissions. Apparently, someone did not get the memo. The two, however, are completely identical, so maybe two scams are better than one at scammer central.

Yikes.

The following review applies to both copycat con jobs:

Online Cash Commissions, by Sandra Miller and found at cash-members.net/tpl/17994;
and Online Cash Commissions, by Megan Jackson, and found at safeserversonline.com, are nothing but scams, I lament to say to those who have been searching in hopes of a decent job or business opportunity.

Online Cash Commissions is a clone scam site in which nothing has changed from previous scam sites of the like, even the “owner’s” name.

The original scam was called Profit From Home and if you look at the top title of the page, it still has “Profit From Home” there (as of this writing), so they care very little about hiding the fact that they swap one for another very quickly.

Online Cash Commissions is just another cookie cutter site designed by its owners as a way to siphon hard earned money from good people with a dream of earning a living online.

It’s not difficult to spot scams like this.

There are so many red flags that once you understand how to recognize them, it’ll be very easy to spot them.

Starting with the top of the page, the legitimate news logos which have nothing to do with “Online Cash Commissions” or any of its scummy predecessors.

For goodness sake, any business that tells you that you can make almost $400 a day for an hour’s worth of work is a skeptic’s delight. Read on to confirm your suspicions.

I mean really, if no one would ever pay you $400 an hour to work for them OFF the Internet, why in the world would you think that you can earn that ON the Internet?

It just doesn’t make any sense, yet some people tend to ignore the most obvious warning signs anyway.

Online Cash Commissions shows you an earnings chart that would otherwise be hilarious if it wasn’t there to deceive you.

Take notice, at the top of the chart, the statement which shows you making $117,000.00 per year!

Why, you may ask, is the whole world not doing this? It’s a con game, that’s why. Nearly all experts in the online marketing industry know this little bait and switch job, and know full well to ignore it and move on.

The scammers who run ‘Online Cash Commissions’ are the only ones who will profit by swindling unsuspecting newcomers to the world of online marketing.

Here are some of the other red flags in Online Cash Commissions.

Besides the news logos placed there for no reason other than to appear legitimate, there is the fictional story of “Megan Jackson”, a made up character for this terrible fantasy.

The photo next to her is also faked, taken from a generic stock image website. The testimonials, too, are cooked up with their share of stock images.

None of the “Security Verified”, “Privacy Verified”, and “Business Verified” “Trust Guard” logos on the “Online Cash Commissions” buy page are real or even clickable. Just try to click on any them, none of them will work.

The same can be said of the TRUSTe, VeriSign, and McAfee Secure logos – they are inactive as well and are only there to build fake credibility, just like the news logos.

Beware the lofty sounding made up job titles like “Search Engine Agent Programs” or “Wealth Development Center”.

It’s all complete nonsense!

The most heinous of Online Cash Commissions’s criminal activities is the aggressive sales floor that works very hard to talk you into wasting thousands more of your hard earned money.

They get you to pay for ineffectual “business coaching” programs and other junk. Some of our readers tell us they were robbed to the tune of tens of thousands.

If this “Online Cash Commissions” article still doesn’t convince you then, by all means, go ahead and try it. Then feel free to message us of how Online Cash Commissions took thousands of dollars from you too, but we’d rather you don’t.

Leave both Online Cash Commissions scams as if they’re road-kill by the side of the road or it might just end up being you there.

I do not recommend “Online Cash Commissions“…. either of them.

Thanks for reading.

– David

 

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Thank you for your article. I’m looking for a work at home job and this sounded too good to be true. I checked around and found your review. Thank you for saving me money and time!

thank you for the great information I almost fall for it, but thanks to you they did not steal my money, that i am barely making, is sad how people want to steal from poor and jobless people, god will strike them down because he doesn’t like ugly. It sounded too good to be true and plus they are not in the BBB.

WOW!!! I almost fell for it too. Thankfully I did some research and came across this. Yeah it sounded too good to be true. They make it sound so easy. I emailed using the email I received and asked some questions, but if you notice, the email headline says “no reply” that’s one BIG RED FLAG. The thing is you can’t speak directly to anyone. So yeah BIG SCAM!!!!!

Ok I did fall for it. I paid for this and cannot get help now. How do I get my money back?

I’ve been searching for a way to make extra money online and have ran across so many of these scam sites I really can’t believe it. Hard to believe this is an illegal practice to have these sites on the internet, who is the law enforcement agency responsible for prosecution of these crooks, are they all just getting away with it? There must be a trail from the money people have been robbed, seems to me if whichever agency is responsible for arresting these crooks would do their job and have some of those responsible put behind bars maybe just maybe there would be a little more awareness before people lose their hard earned money. Personally I want answers as to why I never hear of any prosecutions for this supposed illegal practice of scamming people by getting their hopes up to get out of a nightmare of no income. I’m in that category and if I had not done the research I would have fallen for it. How about somebody does their job and prosecute these crooks! Mad as hell and sick of constantly seeing the government worker attitude of not having to do their jobs. That’s fine I can vote them out of work as well !

I wish someone warned me about online cash commission, I was desperate and needed a fast way to make money using out my only $97.00 dollars that would’ve come in handy for school loans, I got scam and feel so betrayed and stupid, I call the number occ gave to me for customer services but not even the teller know how to use the website to help me, thank you occ for nothing.

Get with your CC company and tell them that this happened. These scammers will likely try charging your card again and again.

HORRIBLE. They use something called “Other People Money” when they try to make it look like you’ll make money to be able to pay credit card loans back so you’re not using your own money but if no money is made you’re out THOUSANDS. They will call from multiple numbers
714-551-6901 (Mary in Orange County CA)
435-256-6109 (Mark in Utah)
I advise to have your bank put a STOP PAYMENT on them if you got hooked like me before it’s too late.

I have learned my lesson once so this time I do some research before make any payment. Thank you for all comments. Above is the website which got me the first time. I paid total $500 for membership and websites since 2009 and they made sound like I could get my money back right away but since then I have not getting any money back.

Florence DeNapoli on :

April 22 2014 Thank you for my bank they called me this morning finding out why I was using my card so much on different items. Well yes I was signing up for the the money I was to make on the online cash commissions. Someone was using my card that I used on the sight and was assigning me to all kinds of deals.
Have tried all day to call the crazy 8888888 numbers but get a busy number. That’s alright my bank will take care of them. I should of listened to my inner voice to back away. I will keep this form open for further people who want out hard earned money.

If you got scammed, contact your Credit card Co., (your Bank) The number to call number is on the on back of your credit card, or on you bill, where it says: Customer Service. File a “Dispute”, they may tell you no promises, but you go on ahead and file that dispute anyway, no matter what they say.

While on the phone, ask if your Bank has a Customer Fraud Department, if so, they may tell you the Fraud Dept. will contact you after reviewing your case; insist on speaking with the Fraud Department NOW; if they will not connect you, ask for a Supervisor and if they say they’re busy: YOU WILL HOLD (no matter how long it takes). Some companies, like GE Money Bank and/or off brand name cards, that you usually get at Sam’s Club or Costco, BJ’s etc. may say a Supervisor will call you back in within 24 hours, try telling the representative you want their name and ID number to add to your complaint in your report to the Federal Trade Commission (http://www.ftc.gov/), if they refuse to let you speak to a Supervisor, remind them you are a victim of Consumer Credit Fraud (they usually give in knowing you are going to the FTC, next) If not, wait the 24 hours and call again and again, until you get someone (very early in the morning is usually best).
NEXT: Contact the FTC Federal Trade Commission (they’re the government agency who protects credit card holders, from fraud and unfair credit practices (even payday loans, especially when they are illegal in our state).
Headquarters, Washington D.C. (each state has one, call or write here to get the number for your state)
Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20580
Telephone: (202) 326-2222
You can also contact and file a complaint with The Department of Banking and Insurance (D.O.B.I – Like the Doberman – the dog; a ‘Dobie’, and the name suits them. There is also one in each state, call here, in NY, to ask for the D.O B.I. phone number in your state:
(800) 342-3736

If there is any chance, in the WORLD, of getting our money back; this is it. Even if you don’t actually get it back, you bank may just credit the charge, once these agencies are involved and investigating.

Good Luck
BEWARE THE SCAMMER~

If you got scammed, contact your Credit card Co., (your Bank) The number to call number is on the on back of your credit card, or on you bill, where it says: Customer Service. File a “Dispute”, they may tell you no promises, but you go on ahead and file that dispute anyway, no matter what they say.

While on the phone, ask if your Bank has a Customer Fraud Department, if so, they may tell you the Fraud Dept. will contact you after reviewing your case; insist on speaking with the Fraud Department NOW; if they will not connect you, ask for a Supervisor and if they say they’re busy: YOU WILL HOLD (no matter how long it takes). Some companies, like GE Money Bank and/or off brand name cards, that you usually get at Sam’s Club or Costco, BJ’s etc. may say a Supervisor will call you back in within 24 hours, try telling the representative you want their name and ID number to add to your complaint in your report to the Federal Trade Commission (http://www.ftc.gov/), if they refuse to let you speak to a Supervisor, remind them you are a victim of Consumer Credit Fraud (they usually give in knowing you are going to the FTC, next) If not, wait the 24 hours and call again and again, until you get someone (very early in the morning is usually best).
NEXT: Contact the FTC Federal Trade Commission (they’re the government agency who protects credit card holders, from fraud and unfair credit practices (even payday loans, especially when they are illegal in our state).
Headquarters, Washington D.C. (each state has one, call or write here to get the number for your state)
Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20580
Telephone: (202) 326-2222
You can also contact and file a complaint with The Department of Banking and Insurance (D.O.B.I – Like the Doberman – the dog; a ‘Dobie’, and the name suits them. There is also one in each state, call here, in NY, to ask for the D.O B.I. phone number in your state:
(800) 342-3736

If there is any chance, in the WORLD, of getting our money back; this is it. Even if you don’t actually get it back, you bank may just credit the charge, once these agencies are involved and investigating.

Good Luck
BEWARE THE SCAMMER~

Sandy Hannig on :

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Thanks to Scam Xposer and all of you who have left your warning. I was able to contact Fraud department and stop transaction from going through. Closed account # down. Thank you for your help.

I thoug this was an honest website. I joined the idiots. I am in the process of listening to 11 videos and I got to video 2. The two first are bla bla bla but plan to review all of them to try to understand how this crooks made the scam. It says is money back guaranteed, so I will ask fort my $97 plus 0.07 for a “coach”. hank yoy for your article. Can you find a good internet job or are they all the same crooks?

This is a scam and I recorded their conversation with me, how they were trying to get my credit score and banking records, debits etc
Scott

I feel like a dup, i did fall for it…i think i’m gonna have my debit card dispute. yeah, that’s what i’ll do…

 

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