Chances are you are looking to make some extra money working from home. While there are many legitimate opportunities out there, unfortunately this just isn’t one of them.
Cash From Home is a fake ‘work from home’ program run by known scammers.
Buying into this can only end in disappointment and frustration. It may even end in losing significant amounts of money as I explain in this review.
Cash From Home Review
The sales page (http://securebusinesssites.com/tpl/20261) uses a lot of hype and trickery to present this as a real work from home opportunity. Pretending to be endorsed by the news is one that stands out, along with claiming there are ‘limited spots’.
It’s all fake.
They even claim to provide you with a Wealth Development Certification that allows you to tap into the “billion dollar link posting industry”.
Except it won’t, because there’s no such thing! But I don’t expect you to take my word for it. So let’s start with some of the facts so I can show you what I mean…
Fact #1: There’s no such thing as a ‘certified search engine link posting course’ (see link above).
Fact #2: You will not make real money just by posting links on the internet.
Mary Rogers Cynthia Sprinter is an alias who uses a stock photo…
Now here’s the stock photo to prove she’s a fictional character…
Speaking of ‘fictional’, check out my review of the fake news website they use to promote this scam. Nothing about that website is real and the entire set-up is nothing more than a deceptive sales pitch.
Anyways, the closest thing to ‘link posting’ is actually affiliate marketing whichIS a legitimate business model in and of itself.
The problem is they feed people half truths about companies like Amazon paying people to post links. In the very technical sense of the word they in fact do pay affiliates to ‘post links’… but there is whole business behind this.
You will certainly not just sign up and start posting links for cash… that is a straight up lie.
You need real training, tools and support from real internet marketers to take advantage of this kind of online business model. Like any legitimate business though, it takes hard work and dedication to become successful. Don’t let these ‘gurus’ fool you into thinking online business is some kind of push button gig.
That is probably the single biggest lie they are telling people and the reason so many fail to make a success of things. It’s not going to happen at the push of a button.
Update #1: They are now using the name “Cynthia Sprinter” in connection with this website.
Update #2: The website they were using is now defunct. You can access the last live version of the site via the web archive if you want to see the version that existed at the time of this review.
Who These Scammers Are Targeting
The majority of people they target are desperate to make money quickly on the internet without having any previous skills or knowledge. So, they are telling people exactly what they want to hear and selling them false hope.
They don’t care how good the product is or how much genuine value it gives you.
Legitimate marketers on the other hand, do not do this. They explain that it takes time to create a profitable online business, and a considerable amount of effort. They recommend products they know are worthwhile and that give people real value.
The bottom line is, all these people care about is getting your money. Plain and simple.
How This Scam Works
This scam works by first of all selling you a program for $97 which doesn’t actually help you earn money from home. It’s simply the ‘foot in the door’ to a barrage of upsells.
They systematically call, email and text people in an attempt to sell more (and more expensive) products. The idea is to convince you that these additional purchases are necessary to ‘really make this work’.
But it doesn’t stop there…
They actually rent and sell your personal information to third parties who also SPAM you with anything and everything.
Unfortunately, this works for them and they keep these websites coming.
They simply delete a particular version after it gets a certain amount of heat. Then they publish the same or similar version under a different URL and website name.
They’ve been doin this for years.
Why Can They Get Away With It?
The simple answer- this is the internet. You probably wouldn’t believe the stuff people get away with in the ‘make money online’ space. It’s a wild west.
There are many ways and means for less than legit folks to get away with this kind of behaviour online. Sad but true. They play on the fact that not everyone looks at the fine print and a lot of people don’t know how making money online really works.
Take this for example:
They trick people into thinking this is a secure payment facility when the reality is that couldn’t be further from the truth. The payment gateway is NOT secure and it has not been verified at all. Best case they purchased the above ‘trust guard’ once in 2012 for one website that wasn’t scamming people (I haven’t found one of those yet) and just copied and pasted the above logos into every payment page they run thereafter.
This is actually kind of scary in and of itself if you think about it.
Why? You are entering your credit card information into an insecure website. There have been many reports over the years about unapproved transactions on peoples accounts after signing up and it’s not hard to see why.
Recently I discovered something more sinister though.
Turns out the FTC caught up with them and have taken action to stop these people. I could hardly believe it when I came across this but they have actually managed to catch up with the people behind these scams.
Unfortunately, it hasn’t stopped these people, but it’s a positive step in the right direction. A step closer towards saving people from losing money to misleading programs like this.
This review may sound harsh. But when you’ve as many of these link posting scam sites as I have you will probably agree it’s frustrating at best.
No matter how many reviews are published warning people, there is always a new scam waiting to take it’s place. This is literally like the never ending scam that just keeps on going and going.
All you can do is avoid it and warn people you know. In any case, there is no way I can recommend this to you in good conscience.