Ecom Cash Code – Scam or Legit? [Real Review]

Welcome to my review of Ecom Cash Code.

This site claims you can make an “easy online side-income” by exploiting a “little known trend” in eCommerce. All you need to do is ‘plug in’ to the system and watch the money roll in.

Sounds too good to be true if you ask me..

But I decided to take a closer look to be sure. And in this review, I’ll show you exactly what I found to help you decide if it’s legit or just another scam.

Ecom Cash Code Review

The Ecom Cash Code website is popping up everywhere I look.

I’ve reviewed lots of ‘make money online’ programs on this blog, and without a doubt this is becoming one of the most common sites I come across.

And it’s popping up under multiple URL’s (web addresses) too…

As you can see, this SAME website is essentially ‘cloned’ so there could easily be dozens or more of these floating around the web.

This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but it is a red flag, because this is a tactic scam sites use to avoid being shut down. As in, if one scam site is shutdown, they’ve got a dozen others to use.

So they can simply keep rebooting these over and over again, which keeps the scam running.

Anyways, the video is presented by a guy name Teo Vee.

This guy claims it’ll ‘quick and easy’ for you to start making thousands of dollars with eCommerce. Using a ‘weird trick’ or ‘loophole’ that no one else knows about.

In other words, he is using your typical “get rich quick” hype.

And as with most of these sites, it seems legit because others are apparently making money. At least, according to the testimonials in the video.

Like this girl for example, who claims she made over $80k with the system…

Fake Testimonial Ecom Cash Code

These appear to be genuine reviews of Ecom Cash Code from real users, who claim to be making $10,000’s per month. But they’re 100% FAKE, and I can prove it to you.

Here’s the same girl selling her acting services on Fiverr.com…

Fiverr Actress
Source: fiverr.com

As you can see, she’s really just an actress ‘pretending’ to be making money with the system. But she’s never made a single dime with this system.

This is yet another red flag, and unfortunately it only gets worse from here.

Let me explain…

This Is Really Just a Sneaky Sales Funnel For My Ecom Club

Before I get into the nuts and bolts about how this system works, I really want to let you in on what Ecom Cash Code is really about.

Ecom Cash Code is really just a sales funnel for a program called My Ecom Club.

What the heck does that mean?

What this means is that it’s NOT a program in and of itself. It’s really just a sales page that is sneakily selling you into an entirely different program, My Ecom Club. So if you do buy this, this is what you are really buying into.

I know this because there are MANY of these ‘funnel sites’ around the web that are ALL promoting My Ecom Club. I come across these all the time and I’ve reviewed about half a dozen of them so far…

ALL of these sites are selling you into My Ecom Club.

They just go about it differently, because they are targeting different groups of people with each site. They also do this because it makes it difficult for people to find honest reviews of the underlying program before buying.

Which makes sense because My Ecom Club is sketchy at best.

In any case, I fins this to be very unethical because no one really knows what they’re buying into until after they buy.

How Does Ecom Cash Code Work?

The Ecom Cash Code site works by first of all getting you to the sales page (generally via email or an online ad). And this page has ONE goal and one goal only- getting you to fork out $97 for access to the ‘system’.

To make that happen, they use a lot of get rich quick hype and BS claims.

Anyways if you do buy, what you are really getting is access to some BASIC training on making money with eCommerce. Specifically, training on making money with an eCommerce business model known as ‘dropshipping’.

Dropshipping is a business model whereby you setup a website that sells physical products. However, when someone buys from your online store, they are actually buying directly from the wholesaler.

So you don’t need to stock any inventory, which is what makes dropshipping unique.

In any case, this is definitely a legitimate business model, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. There are a LOT of moving parts with this business and there are also a lot of hidden costs involved.

For example there are setup costs, you need a sizeable advertising budget and there are MASSIVE upsells within the program itself.

The moment you buy, the system is setup to start upselling you more and more stuff. As I said earlier, what you’re really buying is My Ecom Club, which I’ve reviewed. So this is how I know that the upsells run into the $10,000’s.

The first major upsell is around $2k and it only goes up from here.

Also worth mentioning is that I’ve been receiving an increasing number of comments on my review of My Ecom Club. Comments from people who say they are not at all happy and who are being pressured into spending a LOT of money.

So I highly recommend reading that review and the comments before buying anything.

Is Ecom Cash Code a Scam?

Ecom Cash Code is not exactly a scam because it’s really just a sales funnel for My Ecom Club. It is not a program in and of itself, it’s really just a sneaky sales pitch for another program.

As far as My Ecom Club goes, when I first reviewed this I was on the fence about whether or not it was a scam. But as time has gone on I believe it IS a scam.

This is firstly because of the incredibly misleading way they market this. As in using ‘push button’ hype, fake testimonials and literally pretending to be selling you something ‘new’ when in reality it’s not.

And I’m seeing more and more of these sites popping up every day.

Second of all, there are some insane upsells in store for anyone who buys this. And they use high pressure phone selling to make this happen, masking it as a ‘coaching call’ when in reality it’s a sales pitch.

There is simply no need to be pressuring people into spending $10,000’s to create a profitable online business. Period.

So all things considered, my opinion is that this IS a scam.

Conclusion

Ecom Cash Code is really just a sales funnel for My Ecom Club.

The site uses every trick in the book to get your $97 (or $47 on some versions of this site). And then works on selling you more and more stuff.

This is how they are making money off of you and this is what this is all about when you boil it down.

It is possible to make money with eCommerce and dropshipping. But there’s a LOT more involved in getting into profit than ANY of these sales pitches let on.

Real businesses take time, effort and persistence to build, there is no shortcut.

Instead of actually helping you build a real business, sites like this tell you what you want to hear (ie “here’s a magic loophole”). And they do this in order to make as much money off of you as humanly possible.

What you decide to do is up to you, but I won’t be recommending this to you.

3 thoughts on “Ecom Cash Code – Scam or Legit? [Real Review]”

  1. Thanks for the heads up. I can see why MY Ecom club covers up the fact that they are responsible for Ecom Cash Code. Anyone that’s been ripped off by My Ecom Club like I was wants nothing to do with that company! I spent thousands of dollars before any of my online stores made a single sale. BUYER BEWARE!

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