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Home Cash Code / Secure Cash At Home / Pay Days At Home – Review
NAME: Home Cash Code / Secure Cash At Home
Owner: Sara Taylor
Overall Ranking: Scam / Deceptive
Price: $97.00 / $77.00 / $47.00
Website: www.HomeCashCode.com / www.SecureCashAtHome.com
(Home Cash Code was previously available through ClickBank)
Status Update as of February 18, 2016: I have since found and reviewed additional domains and products being marketing in the same way under various names and different owner names. Please also visit: Work At Home Institute $3200 a Week Scam and WAHedu.com Review.
Status Update as of March 11, 2016: I have now found yet another name for this same product. It is now using “Social Media Profit System.” Once you click on that link, you’re forwarded to “Fast Cash From Home,” and at the bottom of that page, the Disclosure talks about the “Earn At Home Club Membership.” Now, however, they are asking for your email address. If you view the video, they refer to it as the “Home Cash System.” The good news is that they are only asking for $4.97 – though, I declined. And, I’m sure there are “Upsells” after they get a hold of your credit card. Also, creating an account with Clickbank is actually free. I know this because I already have an account there, but no, I won’t spam social media sites. That’s a good way to get you banned. There are better ways, legitimate ways to earn money online – please keep reading.
Well, it all started when my mom saw an article on “Fox” about Mr. Trump, and that he was talking about working at home. She explained, from what she read, there’s this new home program that allows people to “make $8,000.00 or more a month!”
So, I looked into it, and here’s what I found:
The article appeared on Sunday, Nov 29, 2015, on Fox49now.com without an author cited, and it appears that Mr. Donald Trump, a leading candidate for President in our next U.S. election, has “praised Sara Taylor …with her Home Cash Code program.”
I thought that was rather odd, so I continued to do further research. I came across another article that did provide an author’s name. This article appeared on USAToday, and was written by Michael Pearson. This article also refers to a “work at home” opportunity, only this time, Trump is, apparently, “thanking Susan Thompson for showing Americans how easy it is to create massive income for their families.” The specific product is called “Secure Cash At Home” by Jennifer Larson, and this article even shares the Tweet seemingly from Mr. Trump himself complete with his picture.
Again, this is odd. Why would Mr. Trump specifically mention any one product?
Ok, so I looked up “Home Cash Code,” on Google, and I found various links. I specifically chose “Home Cash Code” which took me to another domain: Secure Cash At Home.com. I began clicking to read the sales page and begin learning about this “new” program.
- I started here:
This page states the Work from Home Opportunity has been featured on Fox News Channel, MSNBC, ABC, USA Today, CNN. So, the inference is that this is a legitimate work at home opportunity because of the many channels this has appeared on.
- When you try to leave, you get:
This page has a video and longer page of info. and a story about a single mom who was struggling financially, etc. The product is initially offered for $97.00.
- This single mom justifies this “program” because she is “now a millionaire…working at home.” She also claims some notoriety: “She has presented Work at Home Seminars” in LA, She has conducted …”numerous interviews, podcasts, and tele-seminars,” and she doles out help and advice about getting started so often, she “has been called the number 1 work at home consultant in the whole of America,” but she doesn’t state from whom…
Reading further, the explanation is that a “major executive officer of a major corporation” (both of which are not named) asked her to create a “certified, comprehensive program” to tell people about this opportunity. And, now that she has, she is making it available to a select few in each city across America. Again, the initial price is $97.00, and there are only limited spots available.
She explains how easy it is in a three step format:
Step 1) Log in and copy your unique linking code.
Step 2) You enter the section of your personal account where you’re given customer records for you to post links for. Customer names are added to your account 24 hrs a day, so you always have plenty of links to post. Here’s an illustration: (none is given.)
At this point, the article shows well-known logos: The GAP, Home Depot, HP Invent, Oakley, Netflix, and Amazon.
Step 3) You fill out a few details and submit to create a site.
At this point, the article shows what looks to be a Web 2.0 button “Build My Website” from a site such as Tumblr, or Weebly, etc.
When you complete these three things, then, “that’s it!” The article goes on to state: “Follow these three easy steps and you’re done! To fill out one link took you 1 to 2 minutes and, you just made $15 dollars. Do this over and over again, as much as you want, to make all the money you want!”
More pictures are inserted on the page. They are: a Large Home, a Yacht, and, I believe the car is a Lamborghini – impressive!
Further down, this writer even claims that “you can post links offline too!” This would be totally amazing seeing that you do need a computer to “post links.” The writer then sums it up, and plays on the needs and wants of everyday people who are looking for a legitimate way to earn money online and from home.
“This certification program guarantees you an immediate position of your choice as a Search Engine Agent.”
The page goes on to state that there is a 100% 60 day “Make Money or it’s FREE” Guarantee. “This program makes you money or it’s free. Period!”
Then, there’s the disappearing opportunity ploy, the “countdown” timer telling you that this opportunity is only good for so long. Funny, I’ve had “3 Positions Available” for quite some time now… Anyway… when you try to leave, you get this page if you click “stay on page:”
This new page “Congratulates” you because you have just received a $20 Discount, and now, the opportunity is only $77.00! But, “You’re moments away from making money!”
You are provided with more well-known corporate logos, and numerous 100% Guarantee seals along with more “testimonials.”
When you try to leave, you get this page if you click “stay on page:”
Now, you’ve done it! You have “Activated the FINAL $50 Discount” and the product is now only $47. 00, but “only for a limited time!”
As I begin to review and report products for people on this blog, I am learning much about scammers, and how they likely get away with it. Apparently, the scammers do this often: They create a site, and when bloggers do “reviews” on the product, the scammers eventually catch on that there “legitimate reviews” out there, and they switch to yet another domain name and new key words. So, it’s kind of like “Whack a Mole.” Just when you think you’ve identified and cornered them, they change names, domains, create a lot of bogus testimonials, even submit articles to media outlets, and then, do it again.
I began looking up Home Cash Code which then was forwarded to Secure Cash At Home. And, when typing “Secure Cash At Home” into the URL search box, you’re now looking at “PayDays At Home.”
Better yet, when clicking on their “Disclaimer” Pages and Terms, I tripped over something else they didn’t quite tell the reader in the initial offer. Apparently, the fee being paid is a “membership fee,” and the “License” is only good to access their site for six months. This License and limited membership fee was not explained on the home page at all.
So, in summary, I began trying to get info on the Home Cash Code product because my mom saw an article on “Fox” which quoted Mr. Trump. But, after reading it, and looking up more information, I realize it’s talking about affiliate marketing without using the correct terminology. Instead, it’s using total deception. In short, these people are playing on the needs and wants of those who may be searching for a legitimate way to make money online – at home. And, while those opportunities do exist, these types of people who put out sites like this are the very people who make legitimate affiliate and online marketers look bad – while deceiving many out of their hard-earned money.
There is nothing “Pro” about this product. They are using total deception, and they are not telling the reader what is really going on. On one hand, they lead the reader to believe there is a “job” or “immediate position of your choice as a Search Engine Agent” waiting where the reader will earn $15.00 for every link placed, then, they mention that the user will be creating sites and that the user is “in total control” of how much money he or she can make. So, which is it? Is there an actual “job” or “position” that pays $15 per link, or will the user be creating sites, placing affiliate links and waiting for affiliate commissions?
If this is an actual job or position, why isn’t the company just “hiring?” Why isn’t the company name not listed anywhere? Shouldn’t it be? Isn’t that a fair request?
Please take this much from this review: I’ve learned enough about html code, writing, blogging, Search Engine Optimization, back-links, and affiliate marketing to know that they are flat out deceiving people after I read that page.
Placing (affiliate) links, which they don’t even properly name because of the risk that the reader may look it up, will not result in traffic to your mini-sites that only have links on them. Even if someone did trip over the mini-sites, the chances they’d purchase something on a site that has no content on it is remote. Further, it takes time to build mini-sites or a blog. When done right, and web-sites begin to garner traffic, then income may be generated. But, this notion of someone getting paid $15.00 per link from placing affiliate links on sites that were just created and may not even be indexed, never mind ranking well in the search engines, is just wrong. It’s deceiving. Don’t waste your money.
Although there are legitimate work at home opportunities, and there are successful affiliate and internet marketers, the claims being made are deceiving – plain and simple.
If you’re reading this review, and you begin to have even an inkling of doubt that this product is legitimate, then, I’ve done my job! In short, please DO NOT Purchase This Product / License. At the very least, do more research on all the domains found, and you’ll find I’m right.
WHO IT IS FOR:
Obviously, this product is geared toward newbies/beginners who are trying to learn about the possibilities available to people who wish to work at home. These people are less likely to know about affiliate marketing, blogging, back-linking and building mini-sites, etc., and they may not know of some of the ways to prevent being scammed.
WHO BENEFITS FROM THIS PRODUCT:
The people who are selling it. Even if they do honor a “money back guarantee,” the statistics are in favor of the seller. There is only a small percentage of people who would pursue a refund if they were not satisfied with a product. The majority do not, and the sellers know that.
I declined to purchase this product for the sake of this review. Again, I know enough about affiliate and internet marketing now to read in between the lines, and to understand what it is they are trying to do. Consequently, I can not list any training or tools provided with their product.
Citing, again, the fact that I did not purchase this product for the sake of this review, I do not know if there is any support offered or whether a purchaser can contact the owner directly. Seeing that they use different domain names, deceit, and different names claiming to be “experts,” I would expect any communication with the site’s owners would be a total waste of time. Their likely response would be neither sincere nor genuine.
Initially offered at $97.00, then $77.00, then $47.00.
Again, knowing what I know about writing a blog, and building a blog the right way with relevant and quality content, I know this is an effort to deceive the newbie beginner. There is no “quick” method to receive $15.00 per link from companies such as those listed. The page and disclaimers do state that success depends on the individual. While that is true, the claims being made on the main home page are deceptive – especially to a beginner.
I’ve also noticed something else when it comes to these type of sites. I am noticing that they seem to fill up the Search Engine Pages with other supporting articles, videos, and deceptive articles submitted to media channels who go on to publish these articles as being factual. The fact that the news channels name specific products is amazing, but true. The initial article fooled my own mother!
As mentioned, I’ve learned enough to know this is a deceptive scam – plain and simple. They are not truthfully telling you anything about affiliate links, and how you need patience when building a site. Companies do not pay you for links you’ve only just placed on sites. Companies that do have affiliate programs (may) pay you when your link generates a sale, and that will only occur when and if your site has generated traffic, interest from readers, and a convenience provided to your readers.
I’ve written a few articles myself on “How to Build a Website for Beginners” and other articles reviewing Amazon, and Wealthy Affiliate (WA), both of which are among the legitimate ways to earn money at home and online. Further, I am a member of Wealthy Affiliate, and I find WA to be incredibly educational and supportive for those who truly wish to learn how to build a website and how to earn money working from home.
If you wish to really learn legitimate ways to earn money working from home, feel free to read any of my articles. You may also learn more by going directly to Wealthy Affiliate and reading some of the ongoing WA Testimonials submitted by many of our (very real) members.
WEBSITE NAME: Home Cash Code / Secure Cash At Home / Pay Days At Home
WEBSITE URL: www.HomeCashCode.com / www.SecureCashAtHome.com
OWNER: Sara Taylor
PRICE: $97 – $77 – $47
OVERALL SCAM RANK – Zero – 0 OUT OF 10
VERDICT: NOT LEGIT – DO NOT BUY.
To Your Wealth!