Amazon Cash Websites looks like a legit ‘news article’ about a new Amazon work from home opportunity. One that can pay you up to $14,000 per month.
But it’s really just a scam.
I don’t expect you to take my word for it though. So in this review, I’ll show you exactly why I say this and you can make your own mind up…
Amazon Cash Websites Review
The Amazon Cash Websites news article (todaytimenews.org/trendmsw) does a great job of convincing people it’s the real deal.
From images of Jeff Bezos (founder and CEO of Amazon), news logos and testimonials from people who are apparently making money.
But it’s all lies. Every single word of it.
For starters, Jeff Bezos did not create or endorse this program at all.
These scammers are literally using his good name and reputation to convince you it’s real. Just so they can sell you into the underlying program- Money Sucking Website System.
Second, there is nothing ‘new’ or ‘limited’ about this program at all.
I know this for a fact, because I first came across Amazon Cash Websites back in March of 2018, which you can see in my above review of Money Sucking Websites. The site has actually been running for months under different domain names. Chances are in a month or two it will be different from what I posted above.
In any case, it’s not new and it’s not limited either. This is classic fake scarcity, which is a tactic that scammers use to boost their sales. Because if you fear you will ‘miss out’ then you are more likely to buy on impulse.
To make matters worse, they also use a software to automatically modify the site depending on your IP address.
For example, I live in Australia, so chances are what I see will be different to what you’ll see…
Either way, this is a common trick to make scams appear more real. And unfortunately it works.
The last point I want to make here is that the testimonials are fake. Apparently Chris Peters and his wife Karen Peters are making around $14,000 per month with this…
But they’re not, because that is really just a stock photo:
If you scroll down to the bottom of the site they actually disclose in tiny fine print that the whole thing is fake. Although most people understandably don’t read this, because they are so excited to start making money.
What’s Amazon Cash Websites Really About?
Amazon Cash Websites is a fake news article that tricks people into buying into a program called Money Sucking Website System.
So if you click on ANY link on the Amazon Cash Websites site, it will lead you to Money Sucking Websites. Because this is the WHOLE agenda.
This is the “application page” the site talks about (a sales page)!
The way the site promotes MSW System is extremely misleading in my opinion. The site leads people to believe you are getting a ‘work from home kit’ that will allow you to start working for Amazon right away, earning the big bucks.
And things really go from bad to worse once you see the MSW System sales video.
The video literally tells people they will make $500 per day at the push of a button. As if you’ll just signup and start making money online immediately.
This is always a red flag because it’s absolute nonsense. Period.
How This “Work From Home Program” Works
If you click on literally ANY link on the fake news article, this will take you to the MSW System website. Which itself changes URL’s constantly. At the time of writing this, the URL is https://systemmsw.com/msw.
This is basically one long, overhyped sales video that talks about how much money you can make at the push of a button. With no explanation of what you actually get for your money.
The cost of the program is $47 and as a result of everything I’d seen, I chose not to buy this back when I reviewed it in late March. However based on the comments I’ve been receiving it looks sketchy at best.
For example this is one of the many comments I received from people who bought:
I also paid the $47 dollars. The company is definitely false advertising. I spoke to 2 reps for a total of 2 hours. The last rep got mad at me when I mentioned the advertisements promises, and he hung up on me TWICE! I also called back to request the 100% money back guarantee, and the associate stated she was not allowed to process any refunds, and that she can only provide me half of my money back.
It seems overall people are not getting any real training or support, not to mention full refunds are not being given upon request.
In any case, as someone who earns a full time income online, I can safely say that no one is making $500 per day at the push of a button. Anyone promising that you will make a ton of money quickly and easily, is looking to take advantage of you.
Verdict- Is Amazon Cash Websites a Scam?
Yes, Amazon Cash Websites is a scam in my opinion. Because the entire news article is fake and its purpose is to trick you into buying a sketchy “get rich quick” program.
The only reason this scam is still going, is because the people running it (whoever they are) continually change the URL. So when the authorities shut one site down, a new one pops up. There is literally nothing legitimate about this site at all.
You can make money from Amazon. In fact, Amazon provides some amazing opportunities for practically anyone to build a profitable online business.
For example, you could learn how to sell your own products as a vendor, or become an affiliate so you can sell other people’s products. This is known as affiliate marketing and it’s what I do myself to earn money online.
In any case, both of these methods take time and effort if you want results. It certainly doesn’t happen at the push of a button.
And if you want an actual work from home JOB from Amazon, then I recommend you contact Amazon directly. At least this way you know you’re applying for a real job. Rather than buying into some scam run by people who only care about making a quick buck at your expense.
Hope you enjoyed the article! My name is Tim and I’m the creator of Affiliate UNguru. I started this site out of a passion to help others avoid scams and to share how I’ve been able to create a successful business online. You can see how I did it in this free training.