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Smart Cash System

Smart Cash System Scam Review by David Harris Smart Cash System by Tom Wilson and found at smartcashsystem.com, is a HYIP (High Yield Investment Program) in the guise of an online home business system dealing in Forex trading and gambling with several caveats to watch out for. The program is a Clickbank product and is also sold through paydotcom, which has raised a few eyebrows including ours as to why they would do that. Paydotcom is a story for another …
 

The Cash1234 System

What “The Cash1234 System” has to say about itself – “ARE YOU READY TO DISCOVER HOW ANYONE CAN EASILY MAKE OVER $4000/WEEK ONLINE WITHOUT SELLING, ADVERTISING, REFERRING OR OWNING A WEBSITE?” If you’re tired of all the so-called “systems” and business opportunities that require you to sell affiliate products, run pay per click advertising campaigns, operate websites or recruit new members then I have excellent news for you. Keep reading because I guarantee that this will be the most important …
 

Paid Offers

Paid Offers Scam Review by David Harris “Paid Offers”, found at paidoffers.co.uk, is a paid surveys and paid offers site replete with angry ex-customers posting negative comments and reviews everywhere online. They were not hard to find. Most “‘get paid to take surveys’ scam sites” like Paid Offers have the same basic carnie show, offering sign ups for gambling and bingo sites, the occasional survey you may or may not qualify for, and nearly all pay out very poorly or …
 

Paid Game Player

Paid Game Player Review by David Harris Paid Game Player or PGP, found at paidgameplayer.com, is a free to join gaming and Get Paid To (GPT) site. They pay you to play online games and complete tasks and offers. PGP is a middleman of sorts for their 3rd party clients that actually pay you for the tasks and trials they offer. There are different types of word activities to engage in like word and action games, puzzles, and product trials. …
 

Get Wealth Site

Get Wealth Site Review by David Harris “Get Wealth Site”, by Tom Quach and found at getwealthsite.com, is actually a funneling site created to capture interest in Chris Campbell’s iPas. The system that Get Wealth Site promotes, known as iPas, is an add-on tool used in promoting Empower Network, or EN. EN is a multi-level marketing business venture we do not recommend here, as you can see in our review of them elsewhere on ScamXposer.com. iPas, which stands for Internet …
 

MintVine

MintVine by David Harris “MintVine”, by Branded Research, Inc and found at mintvine.com, is a website that pays you to take surveys and enter contests, etc., online. MintVine is free to join and you get points immediately for joining. It works on a point system. One hundred points equal a dollar. MintVine’s own initial surveys can be anywhere from 5 to 40 points and up and they provide funnel surveys that go right to their third party clients’ market research …
 
 
 
 
 
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