Amazon Cash Websites – Scam or Legit Work From Home Program?

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…

Scam Tactics

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…

Chris Peters Fake Testimonial

But they’re not, because that is really just a stock photo:

Stock Photo Chris Peters and Family

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.

Amazon Cash Websites to MSW System

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.

You can read all of the comments within my MSW System review here.

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.

Conclusion

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.

Tim McKinlay
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.

99 thoughts on “Amazon Cash Websites – Scam or Legit Work From Home Program?”

  1. In the last few months I recieved 4 calls that I let go to voicemail. All four were a “different” site. Each offering a work from home job starting pay $28.50, 27.00, 27.50. All the voicemails were the same woman so I figured they were scams but thought to look one of them up anyway and I found your article. Thank you for taking the time to educate people Bout these scammers! Ot is sad that people who really need the job and money are being ripped off! The sites being use as of a few months ago are:
    Amazonmoney.co
    Retailincome.org
    Laptopjobs.org
    Retailforamazon.org

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  2. I received several calls for the sites spoken about in the comments. Was busy working at the time and didn’t get back to them. The newest one was this morning. Actually listened to the presentation and then the sales pitch. I was strongly considering it when I felt I needed to see if it was legit.
    Thanks for posting this review. Each site mentioned was one or more I’ve received in the last several months. Many thanks for the heads up.

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  3. These people are Ruthless SCAM ARTISTS!!! To give a person like ME some form of hope to being useful w/ some sort of purpose in life, A Disabled Vet, I can’t drive and I’m home all the time.. Thanx for opening these Peepers (Eyes) TIM.. Thank You Tim,,,

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  4. I too received a voicemail saying they had seen my resume online when I was researching the company I came up with your article. I’m so glad I did

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  5. I got the call as well, like 3 or 4 voicemails all from the same thing I’ve never filled anything out for a job through Amazon so I new it was fishy but my question is.. How are they getting everyone’s phone number?

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    • Good question. I guess it could be somewhere online where you gave your phone number for something, and the people you gave it to sold it to these scammers. Which is more common than you might think. Or they are just mass calling people in certain areas using a directory.

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  6. I also received a voicemail saying they saw my resume online. Work from home listing and reviewing products for $17 to $50 an hour. I was to go to amazonmoney.co. When it sounds too good to be true it usually is! I also immediately looked up Amazon scam calls. Thank you for confirming my gut intuition!

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  7. They left a message on my vm at 7:03 am California time from a # from Kansas 1.785.470.3725 heres exactly what they said.
    Hello this is Sarah calling with Amazon Money.co a nonprofit recruitment firm. I saw your resume online and I’m calling about an online opportunity working with Amazon will be listing products and posting(?) reviews online in your spare time hourly pay ranges from $17-$32 an hour. We are currently hiring 23 people this month. So please register today@amazonmoney.co that’s Amazon Money.co
    Thank you Tim i searched the website and found your article.
    God Bless!!!!

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  8. I received a phone call at 9:07 p.m. last night telling me they have been trying to get in touch with me to join the amazonwealthorg org. The call came from this number 1 989-373-8009 Owendale MI. What made me think it might be a scam is they stated they were putting brick-and-mortar businesses out of business. No who wants to do that and get rid of all competition so they have a monopoly. That was my clue. Plus any reputable company cannot call you after 9 p.m. . And I also wondered why they would contact me because I’ve been on disability for 8 years and have not put anything out that I’m looking for a job or to make any money at home which by the way they said it would be $20 to $45 an hour. I am a retired CPA and have dealt with many many businesses and have never heard of anyone making it a successful venture overnight.

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  9. Well evidently they have changed their name yet again because I just got a call and they told me to log into Amazonprofit.co. I knew the moment I heard the voice message that it was not legitimate.

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    • Thanks for the heads up, comments like these are very helpful because they change the name of this scam on what seems like a weekly basis.

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  10. Thanks for setting this up. I would have fallen for it as well. I am a recently divorced single mother that needs the extra money and it seemed like a great answer to my problem. Thank you for saving me the trouble and other issues that come along with falling for scams like these. It should be against the law!!!!

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  11. I am another victim of these calls. Only I had two calls back to back from a woman named Sarah from amazon cash.org I did my research right away to see if this was a scam and voila! It is. Thank you so much for this article. I would love to work from home but for a legit company with a real paycheck.

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  12. I just got a call from Sarah telling me Amazon is hiring 25 people. The job is to post reviews online. Pay 17-32 dollars an hour. They told me to apply at amazonprofits.co
    It seemed too good to be true so I googled it and found your article.Thank you so much for informing people about this scam.

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  13. Received this voicemail today(10/10/18). The new website they are putting out is amazonmoney.co. Thanks for sharing your experience!

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  14. I’m looking for something legit and also received a call from amazon money.co and glad I researched …I’ve been looking for legit opportunities to work from home for months …so any advice would be nice …Lisa

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  15. Thank you for this Tim. I received a call yesterday telling me to apply at Amazongigs.org. Thought this was fishy, so I really appreciate you posting this.

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  16. Thank You for this! My husband got the voicemail and I immediately said I want to do this! I went to the website and saw this article directly below and read it first.
    Much appreciated for this article.

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  17. I knew right off it was a scam so did research. I will be posting the number & company as a scam. Hopefully others will too. Same some senior or stay at home frustration & money. I sell online w ebay, poshmark etc but would like to expand to amazon

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    • Yeah it is a shame these scams exist, not just because people are losing money but also because it turns some people off the idea of working from home altogether, before they’ve had a chance to learn the real, legitimate ways to earn online. Which sucks because there’s TONS of opportunity online when you know where/ how to look.

      For example you can actually make money with Amazon. Whether it be from selling your own products (directly or through FBA), becoming an Amazon affiliate, or through other stuff like Amazon Mechanical Turk (getting paid a small amount to do simple tasks through Amazon). It’s just a matter of deciding which route you wanna go, learning the ropes and sticking it out long enough to get into profit.

      Anyways thanks for commenting Leslie, and all the best with your businesses!

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  18. Same story as everyone else. But I knew it was fake because it stated we saw your Resume on line. I’m like what resume do I have online? I researched and your page popped up. Thank you for this article. Any who they called me and told me to go to the website AMAZONMONEY.CO

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    • Yeah the whole “we say your resume online” thing seems to be the main tactic they are using to get people to visit the site. Thanks for commenting.

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  19. I just got a voicemail (after getting 3 calls from the same number) that said they saw my resume online. “Go to Amazonmoney.co and work from home making $17 an hour.” That’s funny. I’ve never in my life put a resume online. Nice try though. Scam.

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  20. Apparently I got a call from “Sarah” last night at 11:30pm est. According to the FTC, telemarketers cannot call you before 8am or after 9pm so there’s a concern right there as other businesses tend to go by the same rules. I had my phone on ‘do not disturb’ mode so it went to voicemail. They never say your name in the message so that should be the dead giveaway right there. The site they referred me to was amazon profits .co and it told me they are only hiring people in the town I live in. This is also total nonsense because it’s not like I live in New York or some other large city; I just live in a small suburban area. The website said they were hiring something like a thousand people, but the voicemail told me they were hiring only 23 people this month. If the website doesn’t match the information in the phone call, that’s another red flag. On top of all that, I have an iPhone which tagged the caller as “Scam Likely” and so it is.
    Here is a potentially helpful article regarding phone scams from the FTC:
    https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0076-phone-scams

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    • Thanks for posting. I got a call similar to your experience. “Amazon is hiring 23 people from Sacramento”. Got excited, I checked out their website and felt suspicious more after viewing the video. My phone also marked their call as “Scam likely” too. Oh well, I’m going to add their number to my own “Scam likely” list then.

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  21. I don’t know if anyone will see this but I would love to have this job my name is Juvelle Winston please I’ve been trying to find the application to apply but I can’t find it my number is [phone number removed for privacy reasons].

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    • Hi Juvelle,

      Did you read this review? In any case, I removed your phone number because it’s not a good idea to post your phone number on a public website.

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  22. I received a call after 9pm eastern time but pushed to vm, the website they advised to use today was amazonmoney.co A simple google search brought me to this article and verified my suspicions. Here’s to hoping others don’t fall for the scam and pay attention to the info provided in you research!

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  23. I just check the call on voice mail so I started doing it once I paid I didn’t receive any mail or any kit or any confirmation. Then I search on net and now I find out it’s a scam. Is there any way to get back your cash? I really want to work online and I got trash in return.

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  24. Thank you so much for your input about this scam. I just received a phone call and was left a voice mail to go to the link and I am so glad that I was just smart enough to actually check into this scam before doing anything. The information you have provided has been very useful and I personally will not be trying to do this. I have enough problems as it is and I do not need something like this adding to everything. Again thank you so much for taking your time to help make others aware of this scam. You have shown me that yes there are still some honest people in this world which have become few and far in-between. Have a blessed day sir.
    P.S. I must say that life surely doesn’t get anymore real than what it already is and for people like yourself does help to make a difference when so many others are so naive. The world could use more people like you.

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  25. The same here got a voicemail saying they seen my resume online ( I don’t have one online)how they wanted me to work for them.. I knew this was a scam, I immediately googled this and look what I bump into. I really hate these scammers, they really take advantage of people emotions and sensitivity. I’ve gotten caught by dumb shit like this in the past, I’m happy I’ve learned from it.!

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    • Yeah it is super annoying and I think most of us hav been scammed by crap like this at one point or another. I certainly have. It’s good you did your homework though, that is the best way to avoid scams in my experience, so nice work.

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  26. I just got a call telling me to go to amazonmoney.co and sign up to make money…. Bullshit I research this crap and came across ur page, thanks by the way for this. What u have done has helped a lot of people.

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  27. Thank you Tim I too got that phone,it is sad that there is people out here that prey on those who made struggling with bills or just want a little extra money.Pepole you must do your research, because they is out here and they don’t care who they hurt.

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    • Hi Deborah,

      Yeah it is upsetting when you consider that the victims are often people who are struggling for money. The literally prey on people who are desperate for money to pay the bills, which is disgraceful.

      Thanks for commenting.

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  28. They said the same thing that they saw my resume on line and to call Amazon cash.org for a home job but funny thing is that I have never done a resume! so its totally a scam!!!

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  29. I just thought it was funny how you were saying the Amazon Cash website is a scam & how its a fake “make money from home” thing, but at the end you have your own link to your getting money from online thing. Its just hard for people to believe something you were talking about is fake then turn around & say I have something that is real & I earn 8K monthly. Just saying.

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    • Hi Channel,

      I can understand your skepticism, but I do earn a full-time income online.

      It took me almost 3 full years of hard work to get to the point of earning $8k per month though. So it’s not like I found some ‘magic system’ to make money, I learned how to do affiliate marketing, which is a real business model, and I put in a ton of effort over time to build my business to where it is now.

      I share that with people on this site because I know what it’s like to be sick and tired of the hype and just want a real way to get started online. I never promise anyone that it will be quick or easy to make money, I simply share what I do myself.

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  30. I just listened to a convincing voicemail left today. I went to see the website and it just looked suspicious. I Googled “Amazon Cashe” reviews and came here. THANK YOU!!

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  31. Hello,

    I just got a call at 11pm stating they seem my resume online and to go to Amazonprofits.co for an application as they will be hiring 23 people this month, making $17-$35/hr. I knew it was a scam because I never applied to any such place. As well as receiving the call at 11pm!! Crazy what these people come up with, but thankful for people like you to help put a stop to it!!!

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  32. I just received a voicemail telling me they were responding to my application for a job. I’ve never applied for a job with Amazon or a work from home job. The address they asked me to go to was different than what I’ve seen on the comments. It was AmazonCash.co

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  33. Thank you, Tim, for your article about this SCAM. I did fall for it but while waiting for them to call me with the info about getting started I found your article. So, I immediately called them and asked for my money back. I was told, as were other folks, that they would only give me $24.00. I argued and quoted their claims that they would immediately refund 100% but to no avail. I was so glad that I didn’t fall for their upsets. The phone number I used is 833-594-3111. It worked several times when I called today. They answer the phone saying “Super Success”. I guess that is a new name.
    I’m pretty sure that phone number will work right now.
    Thanks again.

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  34. I just got the call too because I have my resume online but mine said to go to amazonmoney.co instead of amazoncash. The first thing I did was search to see if it’s a scam. Thank you for this article.

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  35. I really appreciate your expose! The sales pitch for these-type scams sounds *so* convincing…. I’ve learned to FIRST do such a search using ” review Amazon Cashe Website ” (for this one), or using the word ‘review’ and the proposed “opportunity” in quotes. –Bruce Hopkins, Quinlan, Texas

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  36. Hi there! Thanks for writing this article, I also received two voicemails telling me to go to two different addresses (amazonprofits.co and internetcareer.org) to start working because they were only hiring 23 people this month that paid $17-$32 an hour. I was one of the few people that read the disclosure at the very bottom and it read “We are not affiliated in any way with Amazon.” I knew right that second it must be a scam! Anyway, I’m sharing your article because your opinion is correct.

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    • Thanks for sharing. I just checked out those links and they took me to yet another version of this scam called “Amazon Cashe Website”. What I am noticing now is they are running pages that seem to be deliberately misspelling the name of the site. Which is very odd to say the least.

      In any case, appreciate you sharing those links to help warn others.

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  37. I too got the voice mail saying they saw that I was wanting to work from home and they only had 25 spots open in my area. It said I could make$17-$23 per hour. Amazon Cash.org is a scam. Thank you for this website.

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  38. I also received a phone call and let it go to voicemail and they said the same thing 17 to $32 an hour but they wouldn’t say any more they were very vague about the whole thing so I researched into Amazon and found out that it is false too good to be true

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  39. I too received a call from an unknown number let it go to vm and listened to the message. It said to go to amazoncash.org. The first thing that seemed odd to me was the call came in at 12:22am in the morning saying they saw my resume online. Also, the pay was $17-$32 an hour and they were hiring 25 people. When I arrived at work I wanted to research if it was a scam. I appreciate this article. I do believe in the old adage, if it sounds too good to be true it usually is!

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    • I also got the same vm about my resume, this was right after I applied for a real job position online for a Company that makes replacement Hips and Knees. What was funny is that I am Certified in IT and have an Associates in Information Technology. This was why I knew it was a scam right from the start So I called them and tried talking with the person on the other end and he got so mad at me when I went into asking questions about the Tech and programs that they use, that he hung up on me. I tried back using my laptop using the video chat program, but blocking the video part, while doing this I used a packet tracker (they are using a telemarketing call program) and got their IP address, it changed three times while I talked with the person (Red FLAG) on top of all the other signs that I screamed that this was a scam. I just want to warn people that there maybe a tracker installed on your computer after visiting the site. Just make sure that you have an up to date antivirus program on you computer, I know I am running a deep scan on mine while typing this.
      Just protect your investment in the tech that you have (not cheap), no need to spend hard earned cash on replacing what you worked hard to get in the first place.

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  40. someone from Amazon called me and told me to log into Amazon cash. Org and for a job online and I was doing the application you can text message me at [phone number removed] or you can call

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    • Hi Marilyn,

      The link you mention (amazoncash[dot]org) redirects to a newer version of this scam, called “Cash Website Succsess” (yes that is how they are spelling it). So the person who called you was NOT from Amazon at all. It’s the same old scam using a new name, which is very common among scam sites. Once enough people catch on they switch it up to keep the scam running.

      Thanks for commenting.

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    • look up amazon mechanichal turk it is very easy it is legit . all you do is transcribe or enter data from receipts also describe objects in pictures lots of different things they pay like .2 cent .10 cent each thing they take less than a few minutes an they add up an you do get paid I never figured what the point of this was but easy way to make money from home. also inbox dollars. com.

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  41. I got a call (I let it go to voice mail I didn’t know the number) telling me about this going to the Amazon cash.org. I watch American Greed on TV and this looked like a scam. So I Googled it. And i get your article. Thanks for posting this and I how more people do a search of offers like this before investing.

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  42. You are right!!!s Total Scam. I was only in it for a week-I was almost finished with my first website and could not plug-in Amazon because my application as an Amazon Associate would not be approved officially until I could show sales etc on my site-but a little difficult to show sales when the site you have designed to use needs the Amazon plug-in to sell the products.
    Also, Mr Chris Peters (if that is his name) stated in the recruiting video that if you were not happy, you would get your money refunded. Well, guess what-nope. You only get half.
    IF you are serious about this type of work, research any groups that promote this-if is sounds too good to be true-it isnt.

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