89 Comments

  1. Paul Myers

    Have you found a link between Trump and this company ? I wonder if he was paid to say something or he is the owner of yet another scam ?

    • Wow, so you believe this stuff? Perhaps, you should re-read my article. No, there is no connection between Trump and this company. “They” are using Trump’s good name to sell “their” scam. “They” are using Trump’s popularity to sell “their” scam – just as “they” use a domain with “fox news” in it. They have even used a domain with “abc news” within the domain – all designed to fool unsuspecting people…. And, if you don’t think Trump has built a very successful company, has learned from mistakes, and has “won” more times than “lost,” in his business dealings, then all I can say is “keep drinking the Kool-Ade ..maaaan…” He’s successful, he loves our Country, AND he’s no pay for play treasonous criminal who has no idea what she’s doing to Our Country… “tis of thee…”
      ~MMH

  2. Tanya

    I find very interested your program. This is a way out by helping people to go through these tough financial situations that many are living. I really would like to thank you for this great opportunity.

    • Hello again Tanya,
      Once again, I am NOT RECOMMENDING the “Home Cash Code – Secure Cash At Home – Pay Days At Home” product above. What I do recommend is Wealthy Affiliate. If you truly wish to learn how to build a blog, or a web-site, and learn about all the various ways to earn money online, this the best education out there for the money!
      Thank you for your visit!
      ~MMH

  3. Tanya

    I am looking forward to join the company, and working from home. After reading all the testimonies, I really feel great hopes in making money without stress. Thank you!!!

  4. Ken

    I’M glad I came acoross your finding, Im glad there are groups like yours that take time to BUST THESE SCAMMERS. and help people like me that are trying to make a better living for my family, MAY THE GOOD LORD BLESS YOU ALL

    • Hi Ken,
      Thank you for your visit, your comment, and most of all, your blessings! 🙂 Although there are a few of us who try to educate and warn others, I really must tell you, and my other readers, that it is getting more and more difficult to know everything that is going on and how people are being taken to the cleaners, etc. There are so many opportunities now, and more and more are being introduced just about every day. I will be writing about this topic soon, so please check back! Once again, Thank You!

  5. robb g

    Apparently, this is now being called Global Cash Code and is going out as an email supposedly touted by Warren Buffett, with links to a report supposedly by CNN and Anderson Cooper and the system is being “taught” i.e. “sold” by single, jobless, stay-at-home mother, and all around super trainer and online income whiz, Sandra Barnes. And only available to a limited number of people and only Saturday August 13, 2016! – BEWARE

    • Honestly… This is ridiculous! Another one of my readers just told me the same thing and that they are now using this new name along with Buffet’s name. I will have to update the info I have and write another post…. Thank you for your comment and taking the time to share! I appreciate it!

    • Hi John,
      Well, there are quite a few articles that I have written, but you may try the “How to Build a Website For Beginners” post first. You may also just go to the menu above, and click around to see what post may interest you.

      I’m wondering what type of website you are interested in building? Please let me know, and I will help you out! You may also contact me directly on my WA Profile Page. I look forward to hearing from you!
      ~MMH

  6. Natallia

    .US domains cannot be registered as private.
    Here is the report on from https: //www.whois. net/:

    Domain Name: COM-POLITICS.US
    Domain ID: D53596824-US
    Sponsoring Registrar: DOMAIN.COM, LLC
    Domain Status: ok
    Variant: COM-POLITICS.US
    Registrant ID: TUVMBAPXWAQ8VTQT
    Registrant Name: Devin Karapoulos
    Registrant Organization: Devin Karapoulos
    Registrant Address1: 1348 high bluff cir
    Registrant City: Park City
    Registrant State/Province: UT
    Registrant Postal Code: 84060
    Registrant Country: United States
    Registrant Country Code: US
    Registrant Phone Number: +1.4352141857
    Registrant Email: dkarapoulos@gmail.com
    Administrative Contact ID: TUTMXA7BLITFZNXS

    Maybe registrar companies can ban them?

    Thank you
    -Natallia

    • Aha! YOU’RE RIGHT – NATALLIA! Thank You! …As mentioned, I’ll have to work on this and, at the very least, try to get it into the right hands. Thank you so much for sending this info! But, even with that stated, I’m not so sure even the Trump people or the FBI can do much about this because the site owner did put the appropriate disclosure at the very bottom of the site. If you scroll down, you’ll see this disclosure:

      ***************
      “These statements have not been evaluated or endorsed by Donald Trump or the Trump companies.

      The use of Fox News, FoxNews.com and any and all trademarks belonging to or relating to Fox News are used for entertainment purposes only. This information was not written, reviewed or approved by any employee or representative of Fox News or any of its affiliates. Fox News does not endorse or approve any of the comments made in this advertorial.

      Home Cash Code is not affiliated with Donald Trump, or any of the Trump companies. Any and all quotations attributed to Mr. Trump in the above advertorial do not represent the opinions of Mr Trump in any way. These products and services not affiliated with Donald Trump or any of the Trump companies. This piece is purely for entertainment purposes only.”
      ***********

      So, seeing that they do have this disclosure right on the front page, I do think they are likely in “compliance” and, therefore, won’t have to revise or take the site down. So, again, all I can do is point things out to my readers… Yes, it’s frustrating, but we do practice “let the buyer beware.” So, even after I do share this site, I really don’t think anything will happen as he seems like he’s within the legal disclosure requirement. But, thank you just the same! I appreciate the help!
      ~MMH

  7. natalya

    Thank you for your information. I decided to check out the “home cash code” and found your blog. Thank you! I am interested if i can make money online but how to figure out if it’s a scam or not?

    • Hi Natalya,
      Thank you for stopping by! And, you’re entirely welcome! Re: what are “scams” and what are not “scams,” this undertaking is actually not as easy as it may seem. There are so many products out there now that it is very difficult to keep up. In addition, I’d go broke trying to buy each just to report back here on my blog. Then, I’m having another problem with other blog owners who are making claims (both good or bad) without really understanding the product themselves either because they didn’t buy it – themselves, or they are getting paid for writing a “review.” So, yes, I’m having ethical issues going on in my head. …Then, there’s also the other problem that this is all “subjective” anyway. One person may really like a program, while another person may not. This is bothering me.. And, yes, I have even written about this little problem that keeps coming up. So, I need to come to terms with whatever it is I’m comfortable with, but at the same time, I shouldn’t just go and call a product a “scam” if I’ve never used it or don’t want to use it for whatever reason. Sorry for the rant – I guess I’m just “venting” because I’m reading blogs from others who are being ..shall we say… less than truthful, and I know why.

      All I can do is report things as I see them. I will probably tone down my “scam” label in the future, but as far as this particular product is concerned, yes, this product is being promoted using deceptive practices. I have no doubt about it. In fact, I have just received another comment from another reader who has just provided yet another name. I’ll do some research, but it sure sounds like them – again. So, please check back as I may have yet another updated name to report on my post “Home Cash Code – Secure Cash at Home – Pay Days At Home – Review.”

      Lastly – if you truly want to learn a legitimate way to earn money online, then please feel free to click around my blog and read up on Wealthy Affiliate. This is an educational forum that actually teaches you how to become an affiliate or internet marketer. As for buying programs, and reading blog posts, I suppose that’s all you can do – is the best you can do in terms of research or actually buying the product. Do as much research as you can to make informed decisions and before paying for a product that may not honor its money back guarantee. I also think that if you learn enough about how to make money online, and stick with the well-known names, the less likely you will be “ripped off.”

      Once again – thank you for stopping by! And, if you have any questions for me re: Wealthy Affiliate, please feel free to comment on my WA profile page! I’ll be happy to help you any way that I can!
      ~MMH

  8. Natallia

    http:// foxnews .com-politics .us/Trump-Reveals-Secret-To-Wealth/5/?cnf=cke&affid=28&s1=100962&s2=270703&s3=80871775546&reqid=13736189

    The site look s like fox news.

    the domain is foxnews.com-politic

    scam!

    • Hi Natallia – Thank you for the link (link has been de-activated on this blog for obvious reasons… ). I will look into trying to send it along to both Fox as well as the Trump people. These are the things these people keep doing in order to win people over with their supposed affiliation to Trump. They also keep changing names, and I just can’t keep up… there’s just no way. So, thank you for sharing!
      ~MMH

    • Yes, we all want that. But, you have to be careful when buying a product that is promising you the moon. I do not recommend Home Cash Code – Secure Cash At Home – or Pay Days At Home Programs. If you truly want to learn how to become a successful Internet Marketer, I highly suggest you read my Review on Wealthy Affiliate. Enjoy & Good Luck!
      ~MMH

      • DreamGirl

        I have read what you are saying and I was very much afraid when I came across it that it might be a scam. However, in all the names you are mentioning, you never mentioned Home Cash Flow which is the one I was checking into supposedly involving Donald Trump & Sara Taylor. I did speak to a lady from there who seemed very truthful and gave me a lot of good information regarding the program. She gave me a number to reach her directly and I have called a couple of times and even spent about 30 minutes today asking her some critical questions as I have concerns still about the program. She even gave me a customer service direct number if I needed any help in getting set up and didn’t understand something. It uses sites like Offervault to help you decide which items you would like to look into for posting links. I would like your feedback on this. Is it possible that this could be the real link and these others you have mentioned are the scams? This Home Cash Flow comes under the name of Power Sellers Center.
        DreamGirl

        • Hi DreamGirl – Here is my short response: In my opinion, DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! …Affiliate Network sites such as “Offervault,” ClickBank, Commission Junction, and more are free to those who wish to promote their products as affiliate marketers. I will likely do more research on this “new” name, and if and when I find that their “offer” is extremely familiar and similar to the other named offers, I will update my post with this new name.

          Name changing is part of the problem – just so you know. It is extremely difficult to keep up with the various names these people are using to entice and deceive people. So, thank you for reporting this new name – I will get back to report either here on this post (above), or will write an update on a new post.

          Although it is your decision to make in the end, I would definitely NOT RECOMMEND purchasing this product. I would also not be sharing income information with this woman on the phone, providing other detailed information about what it is you or your significant other does for a living, and any other personal information she has gleaned from you during your little chats. This is what they do – so, please be warned.

          I’ll write more in the coming days, but for now, thank you for stopping by and sharing this new information. I will do more research on this new name that you have provided along with another website that another reader has also recently shared. I’ll get back to you.. and all my readers very soon!
          Thank you!
          ~MMH

  9. Germain Medina

    I am a retired man and i work yet, how to do work with this program if i want to do to the area hispana, this article i sow in news paper in espanol .

    • Hello Germain,
      If you are asking about the “Home Cash Code” program, I am not selling that, nor am I promoting it. I am writing my opinion about the program and why you should not purchase it.
      If you are asking about the Wealthy Affiliate program, I would urge you to go to my profile link at Wealthy Affiliate, and then ask the question in the search box at the top. I know there are many people on there who speak different languages, and I am certain someone would be able to answer you there.
      ~MMH

      • Janet Suriano

        I almost gave 2,000.00 yesterday to Webproteam a company I was sent to after paying 97.00 plus 36.00 for Google VIPs program. When speaking with the interviewer he told me that was a different program but his was so much better. They set you up with mentors that will train you step by step etc. I wa t to know how I can get back my money I put out since they said it was 100 percent refundable. I was wondering if you could help me

        • Hi Janet,
          I’m sorry to hear about your troubles. What did you purchase? Was it the Home Cash Code or some derivative of that? You mention “Webproteam,” and “Google VIP Program.” I am not familiar with either of these, but I’ll look into them to see what I can find… In the meantime, please call your credit card company asap, and tell them you were mislead and that you wish to cancel the charge immediately. If they do not cancel the charge, I’m afraid your only recourse would be to try to call the number associated with the charged amount. Tell them you wish to cancel and that you’re within the refund time-frame. If they do not honor your request, for whatever reason, you’ll have to chalk it up to experience… but I’d change my credit card anyway “for security reasons.”
          Good Luck!
          ~MMH

        • Hello again,

          I did a quick lookup for both WebProTeam and Google VIP Program. As for the Google VIP Program, I am not sure if this was something the speaker “labeled” under the program you were talking about or not, but there is no separate thing called “Google VIP Program” as a stand alone product. So, I can’t really respond to that. As for “WebProTeam,” there seems to be some other sites using the same name with regard to WebProTeam, and that is one of the tactics used by scammers, just so you know…

          Using similar names of other legitimate business can and does confuse people, and it easily be done. I can’t say much other than to state that when I Googled “WebProTeam,” I found some info showing that domain was only registered last December 10th. 2015. And, yet, when you go to that site: “WebProTeam.net,” The “About Us” page clearly says they’ve been in business for 10 years. Now, while that “may” be true, this find should raise a red flag and send those who are considering a purchase to find more info on these people.

          I then went to find their Registrar info, and they have it privatized – meaning, their real identity is being concealed. Now, many people do conceal their contact info simply because they don’t wish to be bombarded with offers, or spam, etc., but, the other reason to conceal, of course, is to deceive and not be readily accessible. Therefore, red flag number 2.

          If you do go to WebProTeam.net, they do not have prices listed anywhere on the site. If you are interested in any product of service, you have to call a specific number to “see if you’re qualified.” …but, probably more like “How much money do you have…” ..Red Flag number 3.

          If you have Googled the name, you’ll likely find a Twitter Page: (Removed URL) thewebproteam. Now, I cannot say for sure that these are the same people, but if you look at that page, you’ll find their website along with the information that they are located in the UK. And, upon visiting both of these sites, both the Twitter page and the website are sharing some of the same pics. So, this one may be a legitimate business.

          I am not sure which of the two you were speaking with, but if the people you spoke to are affiliated with the “.net” domain, there are enough red flags there to be very wary. On the other hand, they may be perfectly legit and offering a web building service. In fact, many people do willingly purchase these services to either save them from learning, or save them from the time, or whatever. But, if you do think you’re being pressured, at any point, or they’ve talked with you long enough to glean information such as your employment situation, how bad things are financially speaking, how it may be tough to make ends meet, and yes, you wish to start a home business… Don’t be fooled into thinking they’re just being a caring person or are really interested in “you.” What they are really interested in is your wallet, credit card, and/or bank account.

          Yes, there is an old adage that we all go by: Caveat Emptor! Let the Buyer Beware! But, there is education now easily obtained out there in this world wide web – all at your fingertips. There are ways to build your own website, and it’s no where near $2,000! All you need to do is search around and find information that leads you to make the best decision for “you.”
          Good Luck!
          ~MMH

  10. Sir: I am 82 years old and unfortunately have tried a few of the “:get rich quick” schemes over the years. None of them worked. You sound like you are really trying to be helpful so I am gong to subscribe to your news letter. I still believe there are ways to receive an income from the internet but I also believe it will not just “fall into my lap”, it will take work, consistency and common sense. Thank you for your information.
    Bill Grubbs

    • Hi Bill,
      First of all – “you’re welcome!” And, thank you for your comment. Although my mom is 83 and has her own blog, I do the web work for her since she is currently without a computer and not much of a techie anyway… But, yes, she writes. Even though her site is not generating a lot of income right now, it’s still something that keeps her happy. She likes writing opinions and helpful tips to share with other Senior Citizens.

      As for trying this or that program, that’s really the only way any one of us can gauge whether the program is of any value. And, that’s where “review” sites come in. Some of us who have gone into affiliate and internet marketing full-time offer their reviews in order to help the general public come to some sort of “educated decision” about whether to purchase a product. Unfortunately, now, there is another worry – which I have also written about in this article about Affiliate Marketing.

      While there are “other” products out there that can help you, or anyone, get started with affiliate marketing, I haven’t come across any one program yet that actually teaches the students all the things they need to know, and explains why they should know it. I am currently evaluating two other products, …and I hope to be writing about them soon. But, what I can tell you, so far, is that I haven’t found one program yet that has met this level of education found here at Wealthy Affiliate. So, if you truly want to learn this stuff, I do urge you to read more of my articles and read some testimonials on the Wealthy Affiliate site. This is – hands down – the best forum and educational site to actually learn – and succeed.

  11. Glossie

    How do these fraudsters get through your e-mails on google. They suppose to catch these on my gmail account. They always highlight them and say be careful, it’s scam mail, please delete before opening. I looked the business up on Better Business Bureau, and they say they don’t have any reports or complaints.

    • Well, there are various ways people use to obtain email addresses. Some buy lists, some hire virtual assistants to fool people into providing an email address.. there are many many ways people can obtain email addresses. As for gmail – wasn’t it just last week or so where there was something going on with both gmail and yahoo email accounts and people were being told to change their addresses? I believe so… I remember reading something about hackers found a ‘vulnerability’ and a way to gain access to many people’s accounts. So, even Google and Yahoo can’t always protect people from bogus or scam emails.

      In any case, it’s always wise to go through your email and delete anything that did get through and is not “ringing any bells.” If I don’t know the person, and especially if I see an attachment, I won’t even open the email. In addition to that, it would be very wise to use both an Anti-Virus Program AND a Malware Program. One of my articles dealt with Malware after I discovered that my old pc was loaded with it, and I had to remove it all. Go here to download Malware Bytes, it’s free and it works!
      Good Luck!
      ~MMH

      • Kent

        So after reading a lot of the comments on here, I too have been scammed before. When reading up on this, it sounded too good to be true. However, is there a legit work at home business where you can make money at home? I’m not looking to make thousands just hundreds. Thx for this blog and what you are saving people from doing that could really cause quite a problem.

        • Hi Kent,
          Sorry to say, but many, myself included, have been scammed one way or another where you purchase something and it’s not “quite” what you thought you bought. Many many people have had this experience… especially online. But, if you truly want to learn how to work online, actually, that’s a part of the learning process. I wouldn’t know half the stuff I know now if none of that happened, and if I didn’t persist in working through it and trying again and again. …And, with that stated, yes, I have written a few articles about legitimate jobs online.

          In fact, if you go to my home page, or you can just click the link, you’ll see that I just recently posted “Part-Time Jobs Online” which also has links to some of my previous articles. Feel free to check them out!

          If you are willing to put in some work, you can and will reap the rewards. It’s only a matter of time.
          ~MMH

  12. Harry S Kolaker

    I will like for you to refund my money in the amount of 97.00 dollars and also want your customer service contact number.

    • Harry – you need to contact the people you bought it from. This is my blog site, and you’ve contacted me by accident. So, go back to your account info, and ask them for your refund. Either that, or call your credit card company and reverse the charge. Good Luck!
      ~MMH

    • The Home Case Code has nothing to do with Donald Trump. Please read my review and the comments below. This company is using Mr. Trump’s name to try to convince you that he has endorsed it. This company is also using deceitful efforts to make readers think it’s been on the news, etc. This company has not been on television – please read my review more thoroughly as I am not endorsing this product at all.
      Thank you for your visit!
      ~MMH

  13. Karen Furbush

    Your article is very informative and I wish I had the sense to look for scam articles 2 weeks ago. But I got sucked into the Cash flow Club with the so-called endorsements from Mr. Trump and all the media. But I was stupid until today. I have not been able to get anywhere on the website and I finally had sense enough to read the refund policy which tells me I won’t get my $77 refunded. They played me and I lost and hope my current income of Social Security carries me through. Thank you again for your personal research that produced this very informative article.

    Karen Furbush
    fuztree@msn.com

    • Oh my… I’m so sorry to hear… Yes, they are using Trump’s name, and unfortunately many people are falling for it. I’m wondering if you will please put in a complaint using the links at the bottom of that article. If everyone sends in complaints, it may slow them down a bit, or maybe you can get your money back? The only other thing I can think of is if you used a credit card. Call your CC company or bank and tell them you are challenging the charge. Perhaps you can get it reversed, and the company will give up on you. If you do put in a complaint, the truly unfortunate thing they do is they keep changing the name… so, it becomes extremely difficult trying to keep up and find them. But, if you put in a complaint or challenge the charge, I am hoping that you, at the very least, get your money back.
      Good Luck…
      ~MMH

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  15. Tori

    Hi Ms. MoneyHoney

    Thanks for the awesome article, are there any good paying, legitimate work from home Jobs? Or, are all of them Scammers? Thanks!

    • Hi Tori,
      You’re welcome! But, please don’t be disillusioned with finding legitimate jobs at home. There are some very good and very legitimate jobs being offered. I have written a few articles on opportunities, so depending on whether you’re actually looking for a job or willing to start your own business, yes, there is a way to do this successfully. And, if you go to the “Category” link on the right, you’ll see that you can also start your own online businesses for free! Good Luck!
      ~MMH

    • Rhett K Headley

      The best home job I have come across is being a health and wellness couch and distributor with the Knowledge and great products of (Name Removed). It’s about a billion dollar per year and considered to be the best paying Network Marketing Company around. Check out (URL removed) if you are really serious about a homebased biz.

      • Hello Rhett,
        Sorry, but not only will I not allow backlinks to MLM sites, I won’t allow the use of my blog to advocate for them either. The site you mention is an MLM site, and that’s not at all what my blog is about, so I have gone and removed references to such. My blog, should you read it, is all about “Building Passive Income and Wealth.” The methods that I advocate are methods that not only provide income from a one-time effort, but an ongoing income from one’s work. It differs greatly from MLM because the one who is building his or her business and doing their own thing is not “using” other people to recruit.. and recruit… and recruit… and building the wealth of those who are higher up in the pyramid – not to mention that they choose their own niche rather than “pushing” the products of that one MLM company. In fact, here’s a really good article from one of the members at Wealthy Affiliate: Are All MLMs a Scam? Although there are some people who are quite happy earning supplemental paychecks from more well-known MLMs, such as Avon and Mary Kay, my intent is to help educate anyone who is after more serious money, and would like to work from home.

        Although I would like to thank you for your visit, please know that my blog is extremely important to me, and yes, I monitor “everything.” So, before you try to use disingenuous methods to either obtain backlinks and/or try to “educate” one of “my” readers through my comment section to my readers, I do hope you’ve learned a lesson. ..Go build your own blog.
        Have a Nice Day!
        ~MMH

  16. vesta

    Thanks for clearing up this false quick money by Trump and a woman supposed to helping american get rich. Dont everyone want to stay at home and make money that’s the catch they are using. You are right learn to be a company Affiliate is a smart way to go i thought of it now reading your views i will go on and check that out for free to start. Also you maybe able to help me market another business i am looking into. send me your email.
    Thanks!!!

    • Hello Vesta,
      Thanks for your input, but I must disagree with one of your statements. First of all, by them using Trump’s name does not mean that he has endorsed this. That’s the problem – they are using his name to gain trust of their targeted (American) consumers while marketing it to Americans who want to learn how to earn money working at home. So, no, Mr. Trump has not endorsed this product, and he already has much to do running for office – never mind chasing people who are using his name to promote their product. Although, I suppose he and his attorneys could send them a nice little “cease and desist” letter if this were brought to his attention, it was really up to the media channel to make sure this was true before publishing it. But, we all know where the media stands since they are legally allowed to be biased in their reporting.

      As for “everyone” wanting to stay at home and make money, yes, that is who they are targeting. But, hopefully, I have given adequate warning that this is a scam – especially when and if they ask for money upfront.

      And, lastly, your request to have me help you market another business, I will respectfully decline. I am not currently taking on marketing clients right now. I already have a few, and they need websites, marketing, etc. So, truthfully, I am quite busy at the moment. But, thank you for mentioning the opportunity. It is appreciated.
      To Your Wealth!
      ~MMH

  17. Phil Davidson

    I just found your blog, of course after I just purchased Home Cash Code. Will do everything possible to cancel it. I’m impressed with your research and advice to us nitwits out here. Hope I can find your website on my own computer when I get home. My moma taught me if it sounds to good it usually is, but as you know, kids never listen until it’s too late. I will do some research on the ten sites you recommended, thank you for the effort you put into your research & blog. If I can’t find your website, can you send me a link to it. Thanx

    • Well, it’s not that you’re a “nitwit,” you’re just new… We all have to start somewhere. Sorry to have learned that you spent money on that product though. If it’s a recent purchase, yes, you can get it reversed on a credit card. Come on back anytime, and if you want to make sure you receive my latest articles, join the e-mail list. An email is sent out once a week to my list with the latest articles.

      Thank you for your visit and your input, and I hope you get your money back!
      ~MMH

  18. Maria Gomes

    I paid $ 97 for the workathome.cash and had to call (844) 235-7186, to receive the information on how to start. After three phone calls for which I left voice messages I received a phone call from a Ms Mercury who stated that she would be talking to me to see how motivated I was to start. She made personal questions on my credit cards ( how many I had of limit and how much I owed on each one, how much I make/month how much I have in my savings/check accounts) and stupidly I answered to all this thinking that they wanted to see how serious I was to make the job. She promised me that a Alexander, director will call me Wednesday 03/23 at 5 pm for a 2 hour interview. I feel so stupid now and am afraid they can do something with the information I gave. The worst of all is that Bank of America sent me an email asking if the 97 was a fraudulent transaction and I authorized them to pay. What do I do now?

    • Well, if I were you, I’d call BOA back again and tell them that you wish to reverse the charge. Tell them that this company has not fulfilled it’s part of the transaction, and you will be reversing it. They should not really give you a problem. At the time you “authorized” the initial charge, you were hoping they would honor the agreement. You had no way of knowing otherwise, at that time. Now, however, you do. And, if you’re within a 30 day timeframe, I believe it’s within your right to do so. Each state also has consumer protection laws, and you could also get in touch with your state’s consumer protection agency as well to notify them of what’s going on.

      As for the information you provided – Did they ask for date of birth or driver’s license number / social security number info? If yes, then yes, you have made a very serious mistake. If you did, please look into placing some sort of warning on the ability to obtain credit under your name asap. Call the three major credit reporting agencies: Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. Tell them you are not applying for credit, and request a flag, or whatever is their warning system, to be placed onto your accounts asap.

      I am so sorry this happened to you. This stuff is really infuriating… Please read my other article about “10 Red Flag Ways to Avoid Scams.” There, at the bottom of that article, you will also see the link to the FBI and how to report scams, etc.

      I wish you Good Luck! And, I hope you stop anything more from happening. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do.
      ~MMH

    • Wow, really? I never heard of a bank putting on the brakes… lol… I guess you got pretty lucky! I’m happy for you that you were not ripped off. If there’s anything I can do for you, please let me know. And, thank you for your visit!
      ~MMH

  19. Virginia KENNEDY

    Thank you for taking the time to uncover yet another scammer and why did CNN and a Presidential candidate endorse rackateers. I could expect it from Trump.
    Can you give us direction on legitimate Home businesses

    • Hi Virginia, I am not certain why there are media channels publishing articles and using Trump’s name, but they are incorrect. In fact, the whole article is incorrect. It is written to make readers believe that both media and Trump are endorsing it. Please take the time to read the entire blog post that I wrote. I have explained that this product is using misleading and deceptive means to convince readers that their product is legitimate. And, while it may teach people to spam social media, etc., it’s not the right way to go to build a long-lasting business online. I recommend Wealthy Affiliate wholeheartedly, and you can give it a try for free.

  20. steve

    MsMoneyHoney:

    I had you checked out. You have quite a little interesting scam going yourself. How much are you making per Reply?

    • Hi Steve,

      First of all, I have no idea what you mean by “checking me out.” Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, I take offense to your accusation that I have a “scam” going on. Then, thirdly, you ask how much I am “making per reply.” Do you even know what you’re talking about?

      Although each and every blog owner can delete a post, especially one that is so cynical, suspicious, and accusational, I found it more intriguing to respond. So, here I am, and here’s my response: You can check me out all you want. I have my personal beliefs and opinions. I make no apology for expressing my views. I am offering “advice, discussion, tips, and strategies” on my blog. If you don’t like my opinions, etc., please feel free to leave at any moment. There is nothing here that’s keeping you against your will.

      With that stated, I do find your comment extremely suspicious. Could it be because you are commenting on my review of “The Home Cash Code System” that you, perhaps, are affiliated with such a company who uses deceptive practices, AND because I landed on page one of Google within 5 hours of my post??? Or, was it because of my follow-up article on those deceptive ads telling people they’d “make $3200 a week” and that article also landed on Page 1 of Google right next to my other article – within hours of my post? Are you affiliated with these companies? If not, why would you take the time to write a comment accusing me of something without any substance to back your claim? …

      Regarding your accusation that I have a “scam going on,” I would first ask what makes you think I have a scam going on when my blog clearly states “advice, discussions, tips and strategies?” Just what is this “scam?”

      Then you ask how much I make per reply. Huh? A reply to what? Do you mean the comments, such as yours, and the reply I am now supplying? Wow, do you know of an affiliate site that pays for each reply? If so, that would be news to me. But, seeing that there’s no such thing, you really don’t know what you’re talking about. I am an internet and affiliate marketer, and I offer my opinions. It is plainly stated on my blog, and, again, if you don’t like whatever is shared on this blog or on any other sites owned by my company, you have every right to cease using, visiting, reading, or commenting on my sites. In fact, please do.

      Have a Nice Day!
      ~MMH

  21. Dennis Dunn

    I’ve just been had I paid $24.00 for this item advertised on CNN. Can’t get in touch with anybody and can’t get a refund.

    • Hi Dennis and Betty,
      I am so sorry to hear.. But, there is a bit of good news! Although it’s not something you wanted to hear, the good news is that $24.00 is a lot lower than what others have paid! So, at least you didn’t lose $47, or $77, or $97. But, even at $24.00, you can put in a call right away to your credit card company and dispute the charge. Yes, you can do that if it was recent. Also, if you are so inclined, you can fill out a complaint form with either the Better Business Bureau or use the links I have on my page: 10 Red Flag Ways & Tips to Avoid Scams. You may also file a complaint with the FBI Complaint Center.
      Once again, sorry to hear about being deceived. You and others like you are the reason many of us are working to provide some sort of warning to others. I wish you better luck in the future.
      ~MMH
      .

  22. Kristen

    Hey would you mind letting me know which web host you’re utilizing?
    I’ve loaded your blog in 3 different web browsers and I must say this blog loads a
    lot quicker then most. Can you suggest a good hosting provider at a
    fair price? Thanks a lot, I appreciate it!

    • Hiya Kristen,
      Well, I cannot recommend any other host provider other than the one I’m using for my blog. My host provider is Wealthy Affiliate – which is an educational site for bloggers. The hosting for all my sites are included in my membership – which is a very fair price if you were to price hosting separately. Feel free to check them out, and thanks for your visit!
      ~MMH

  23. Lady T

    Knew right away it was a scam, from being the victim of fraud. I’ll be interested in your articles on building a website, Amazon and Wealthy Affiliate – but yes to echo another commenter, it is very good to see these sites being exposed. All con artists should be so exposed and held very much ACCOUNTABLE. Taking hard-earned money from innocent people and their children is atrocious.

    The man that conned me made the papers 7 years ago…

    • Hello Lady T,
      I read the article you shared. Sorry to read that you were also conned… But, yes, the good thing is that many of us are working to expose these sites that are scamming others. So, I appreciate your visit and your input. If you have any products or other sites that you’d like to share or that you question whether the products are valid, please do share. I will be writing more reviews and will keep building on that theme as well as others.

      Also, feel free to check out my post about Amazon. The link is here: How To Earn Money With Amazon

      Once again, thank you for your visit, and I look forward to hearing from you in the future!

  24. I was reading your article about the infinite banking system. I actually sat down with a gentleman and took a look at this. At the time, money was too tight to get involved. I can say it looked extremely promising, and it is perhaps time to give it a second review. Thanks again for sharing. Geoff

    • Hi Geoff, The IBC strategy is one that I could have only wished for way back when. Depending on the policy, it “usually” begins to self-fund in about 3 or 4 years – meaning, the dividends are usually enough to be able to take over the premium payments if, for whatever reason, it were necessary. Of course, that would be a last resort if money got tight.

      When I was learning about this method, I met a young man who had recently graduated and was offered a “very” well-paying job. I talked with him prior to his meeting with his agents (not me). I later found out that he not only went with it, he went with it BIG TIME! He had asked his dad if he could live at home for five years so he could fund it. His dad agreed. He bought a policy worth quite a bit of money, and with his new high paying job and no expenses, he didn’t have any trouble funding it. He wasn’t married, or even going with anyone at the time, but the agent partners and I all knew, this kid is going to be a millionaire in no time. I’m more than sure he met his goal, and even if he did meet someone and got married, the policy was probably self-funding by then anyway! Now, that’s a smart kid!

      If you do want to look into IBC again, I have many contacts of Certified Practitioners in IBC across the nation. Let me know if you need anyone in your state. Thanks again for your visit!

  25. patty

    I too was curious when I saw it being backed up by none other than MR. TRUMP! Lets face it, would he really jeopardize his campaign for presidency with the leak of supporting a GLOBAL scammer? And after seeing the video (on CNN ) of the cherry hill mother and assistant production manager of NBC10 it was cut short so I went directly to the NBC10 website and couldn’t find the footage anywhere. How do these famous media channels and local news stations support these BOGUS scammers and pass them along to the clueless public? The scammers know this may very well be the buyers last few bucks as well. I guess that’s where “let the buyer beware” came from!!! Thanks

    • Yes, that was my point. They were only using Mr. Trump to justify their product. Of course he didn’t support it, he probably never even heard of it – much less openly support it! But, to have them use his name because he’s the front runner just shows how these people work – which actually supported my review of them. They’re pretty disgusting, and to take advantage of people who are really trying to learn about home opportunities just makes me angry. Many of these people are barely scraping by, but there’s nothing we can do other than work to expose them. So, if you, or anyone has any other product they’d like me to review, please send it along! Thanks for your visit and your input!
      ~MMH

    • Hello Barbara,
      The name “Sara Taylor” is being used as a genuine person, yes. The article also suggested that Mr. Trump was also endorsing this system. One of the articles has since been taken down. I am not sure whether the other article will be taken down as well. These articles are being published without confirming sources and whether the information is absolutely “correct.” That’s why I wrote my review.

      In my article, I also point out the many different names this “product” is going by, but yes, the “Home Cash System” is one of them. It is my opinion that the articles being written are totally deceptive, and again, that is why I wrote my review. I hope to provide a warning for those who are seeking work at home opportunities to “read between the lines.” They are talking about affiliate marketing, and no, you won’t be automatically paid $15.00 for each link. It is deceitful, and people should know.

  26. Fred

    i have been scammed before. I am out of work. How do you make money legitimately. I have very little to start with and do need to make 4-8 thousand per month.

  27. Greg

    Are there any legit ways to make money from home and if so how do I find one. I have looked at several sites and found the same thing, they sound bogus. If it sounds to good to be true it probably is. Surely there is a way, if you can point me in the right direction it will be greatly appreciated

  28. I really like how you track down all the websites, home cash code, secure cash at home, pay days at home, etc.
    Its very typical and it is exactly what makes it difficult to believe that Wealthy affiliate is such a good deal.
    Its why I spent 2 months in the free status before going premium.. I wanted to be sure.. Glad I am and did!

    • Hi Vic! Yes, I do sometimes get lost in my research, and sometimes I find little nuances or little facts that keep me digging… lol.. As for WA, yes, I am very happy with my decision to become an annual member. This way, I can keep up with anything “new,” keep learning things, chat, teach, and host all my sites, even my static sites! Technology changes daily, and just the other day, there was new info out which updated even some old training here on WA. Had I not been a member, I wouldn’t have known. I am very happy with Wealthy Affiliate, and I’m happy to know that you are too!

  29. Great review
    Sounds like yet another scammer using clickbank for a hoped for quick buck.
    I think every resource on clickbank starts at $97…then decreases as the intended victim tries to beat a hasty retreat….
    Glad to see these sites being exposed and held accountable.

    • Hi Jason – Yes! It was on Clickbank, but now, I can’t find it under its new name. Clickbank may have even deleted it, I’m not sure. Unfortunately, these types of sites keep changing their name and use many domains. So, hopefully, buyers will become more educated by doing more research and reading more reviews. All we can do is try… Thanks for your input, and your visit!

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