Cash From Home
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Cash From Home Scam Review
by David Harris
“Cash From Home”, by Cynthia Sprinter (formerly Mary Rogers) and found at securebusinesssites.com, is a website created to swindle you out of your money through a con game known as the link posting scam.
There are so many red flags in this scam, including the single working mom Mary Rogers and her so called success story.
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For one, she does not exist in the real world, and is definitely NOT America’s Number One Home Business Consultant.
Neither has this scam appeared in any of the news networks at the top of the page which include CNN, ABC and others. They use the news logos without permission.
The testimonials they use are also fake and have been used over and over again in hundreds of their other scams.
Here’s another red flag. They claim that their scam site is the number one home income opportunity, yet, on all their other scams they claim the exact same thing.
So if you’re wondering which one of them is actually number 1, the answer is – not a single one of them! They are in fact the last thing ever you should put even a dime of your money into.
Next red flag is the “calculators” posted on the site to make you think you can make money with their scam, but there’s no way to make money online with it at all.
It’s one of the many half truth claims they make to lure you into giving up your banking information so that they can get as much of your money as they can.
Then they push the limit with stock photos of luxury cars, mansions and yachts as if you would ever acquire any of them using this scam.
More half truths are thrown about as well including letting you think there are jobs to be had at Cash From Home.
This is NOT a job opportunity at all. In fact, this is about one of the riskiest losing home business opportunities you will ever come across.
Posting advertising links to companies that would pay you is not the lucrative gold strike these scammers would make you believe is true.
They throw around big phony titles like Wealth Development Certification and Search Engine Agent programs, but those too are fiction concocted to entice you.
Most people that fall for this malarkey are really just newcomers to making money with internet marketing, and you can read many of their complaints online when they realize they’ve been ripped off.
In fact, one of our own readers stated that once you join, the Cash From Home boiler room sales hounds will try to get you to sign up for lines of credit for as much as fifteen thousand dollars.
They do this so you can put it right into their pockets without a single thing in return that would make such a crazy thing profitable.
Again, thousands of desperate people have already lodged complaints online about these con men having taken thousands of dollars from them.
Here’s a spoiler alert: don’t fall for their “one on one consultation with a trusted and highly trained success guide” they like to call a Search Engine Agent Advisor.
These are the boiler room sales people I mentioned earlier. Their only job is to try to finagle as much money out of you as they can. Not advisor, only crooks.
They use skillful high pressure tactics that make this scam a lot of money no one ever gets back. I suggest you read their terms and conditions very carefully.
Their refund policy is so twisted that you lose the minute you sign up with them and keep on losing until you realize you will have to cancel your bank account along with the bank card info you gave them.
Cash From Home, along with all the other fake working mom link posting sites we’ve reviewed elsewhere on our site, is about the most dishonest scam you will come across, so beware and avoid.
Thanks for reading…
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