My Home Cash Club Review: Scam or Legit $500 Per Day Money Making System?

The My Home Cash Club site claims to help you make $500 per day online. And apparently, most of the work is done for you, so it only takes you 30 minutes each day to profit.

Thankfully, you are smart enough to be here, reading this review.

Because that’s not how this system really works. Instead, it’s really just a way for the people running the site to profit off of you. And in this review, I’ll explain why I say this.

Review Summary

  • The My Home Cash Club site (found at makes a lot of bold claims about how easy it’ll be to generate $500 per day with the system. The site also uses pretends there are limited spots and uses fake testimonials to draw you in.
  • The program itself costs $47 and after you buy, and there are lots of upsells
  • Once inside the members area, you receive generic, outdated, low quality training on making money with affiliate marketing. Which will not help you make $10,000’s per month as the creator of the program claims.

Read on for the full review.

Full Review of My Home Cash Club

I came across this in the same way I do most systems I review on this blog. Someone sent me a random email about making easy money online.

So I clicked on the link and wound up on the sales page.

Which is basically just a video talking about making lots of money at the push of a button. The video says that regular people are making as much as $30,000 per month. And they make this money by putting in just 30 minutes of work each day.

It’s “easy” according to the spokesperson. I say spokesperson because this person, even though he calls himself Greg Thomas, is probably just an alias.

Anyways, the video goes round and round in circles, talking about how much money you’ll make on autopilot. At no point does it actually explain what you get after buying or what you will be doing to make that cash.

So it pretty much focusses on the “get rich quick” claims more than anything else.

And to get more people to buy, they pretend there’s only “limited spots available in your area”. Because this creates a false sense of urgency.

But this nonsense is easily debunked by clicking on the refresh button (lol).

Another thing I noticed is that the site is very similar to the programs I mentioned earlier. And it’s virtually identical to a program I reviewed called Your New At Home Career. Exact same video, same site and testimonials (which aren’t even real).

For example these people claim to be making $10,000’s with the system:

Testimonial for
Testimonial for

But they’re really just actors, as you can see from the screenshot below:

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So at this point, we’ve really just seen a bunch of pumped up claims, and some less than ethical sales tactics. To convince you to purchase a $47 “system” that sounds too good to be true.

And it’s virtually identical to other sites that have come and gone before it. Which is common among scam sites. They use the same marketing material, just change up the name and URL to throw people off and pretend like it’s “new” when in reality it’s not.

But what exactly is this about and how does it work?

Read on.

What’s This Really About?

The sales page itself doesn’t mention any specifics about the underlying money making method. But if you visit the home page of the site, you find this:

Home Page Talking About Dropshipping

As you can see, the program claims to be about dropshipping.

Which is a legitimate business model where you sell physical products through an online store. And it’s a popular method of making money online because you don’t have to purchase any inventory. Instead, you take the customer order and let the wholesaler fulfil it for you.

However, after buying, you find out this has nothing to do with dropshipping. It is a combination of generic, outdated training videos on making money with affiliate marketing.

And just like dropshipping, this is a legit business model.

Except affiliate marketing is about making money by promoting other companies products online. You don’t need to sell anything at all, you just promote products people are already buying and earn commissions when they buy through your affiliate link.

You can learn all about affiliate marketing and how to get started for free here.

In any case, if you want to be successful with affiliate marketing, you need quality, comprehensive, up-to-date training. Along with quality tools and support.

None of which you get as a member of My Home Cash Club.

Here’s what you really get after buying…

How It Works

As soon as you pay the $47, you are prompted to purchase additional products that cost more money (upsells). This is something I’ve come to expect over the years, almost every “make money online” product does this.

Anyways, you eventually get access to a members area once you skip past the upsells. Which contains a bunch of random training videos about making money online, mostly to do with affiliate marketing.

My Home Cash Club System Members Area Screenshot

Honestly, this is really just a combination of stuff that might teach you “something” useful. But in my opinion it’s not enough to get you into profit.

It’s certainly not “step-by-step” training or even quality, comprehensive training. And I can say this with confidence, because I earn a full time income with affiliate marketing.

In any case, you definitely do NOT get access to a money making system that generates you easy money on autopilot. This is just something the person who created this made up to make it sound good, to convince you to buy.

In my opinion, this is not worth the money. Because you could easily go online and find REAL training on affiliate marketing on Google and YouTube, for free. Training that would actually be more up to date and of a higher quality than this!

Could you get your money back?

I doubt it.

Most programs, even the sketchy ones, use third party companies like ClickBank, ClickBetter or ClickSure to sell you stuff like this. Which means you can normally apply to them, to get your money back.

In this case, it looks like you’re giving your money directly to “someone” with your credit card. Which means you’re best off contacting your financial institution if you want your money back.

Check out this article about getting your money back from a scam if you want to learn more.


My Home Cash Club does not live up to the hype, I doubt anyone is making money after buying this system at all.

Is it a scam?

Whether or not you consider it a scam, is up to you.

On one hand, you do get some training for your money. And you might learn something if you’re a complete beginner to making money online. So it’s not an outright scam in that respect.

However, the whole thing is quite misleading in my opinion. What you are promised on the sales page versus what you actually receive, are completely different. As in, you do not get a $500 per day money-making system that takes just 30 minutes of work each day.

That is complete BS.

Either way, this site is really about taking advantage of newbies. They tell you what you want to hear, to make a quick buck at your expense. They don’t care about you or helping you succeed, they only care about lining their pockets (with your money).

So I won’t be recommending this.

10 thoughts on “My Home Cash Club Review: Scam or Legit $500 Per Day Money Making System?”

  1. I was also told that the business was putting links on the internet for company’s and they paid by the link. I am not interested in any drop-shipping business. As soon as I paid the $47.00 I was bombarded by buying a lot of other stuff and of course I said no to all of it. Then I was sent to a web page to get web hosting for the business. I paid them for a year of hosting. They seemed honest and helpful. I bought all this on Sept 2 and the web hosting sent me several emails so I would have all the information to get stated. The home cash club system sent me nothing and I have emailed them two times and still nothing. This is a scam company for sure. The web hosting I think is OK but I am going to contact them and see what they say.

    • Hi Judith,

      It is actually very common for scam web hosting companies to work with these link posting scam sites and what they do is (way) overcharge you. I won’t name any but it’s common and they get away with it because the service is real, but they prey on people who’ve never had web hosting and therefore don’t know how much it normally costs.

      To give you some insight, it costs about $10 p/m for hosting for one site and if you’re just starting out that’s all you need.

      Anyways thanks for commenting and all the best with it.

      • I have a question about your affilate thing. I have read everything and need to ask you a couple of questions could you email me so it is not on here

        • For sure, happy to help you out. The best thing to do is send your question to me using the contact form on this page which automatically goes through to my personal email once you submit your question. So go ahead and send it through that form and I will do my best to get back to you asap.

  2. hi please return my 47+47=94$ you charged me 2 times . And I did not get anything from you . just a call from your employee john davidson to get a more credit card. If i refuse to get it then he sad you are not selected for the program. he gave me 2 mail ID support[@] and contact[@]
    No one response back. Today i call john for more information. he is saying ……
    Buy a retarded derby horse and become a milliner ? what is this .

    I want my money back.

  3. I would like to cancel this order and please return my $47.00 because I am not interested in doing dropshipping. Your sell of links onto the internet for companies is what I was interested in. Please refund my money of $47.00 to me, Allison Billups. Thank you.

    • Hi Allison,

      You are commenting on a review post, so the company probably won’t even see this. You’ll want to contact them directly/ your financial institution to request a refund.

      Also, I removed the address you left in your comment to protect your privacy, because otherwise anyone who visits this page would be able to see it.


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