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NeedMoney Scam: Automated Cash Income System

Automated Cash Income System is the latest scam using the same advertising and sign up forms used by other products in the past. Read on and find out the fine print and actual costs of the Automated Cash Income System. Fair use applies.

Automated Cash follows the same pattern the Blackbelt Proft and Home Income Profit System used to lure unsuspecting buyers into purchasing their kits. The same ads (disguised as news stories), the same promises (make money posting links), and usually the same story (stay at home Mom makes thousands online).

The Automated Cash Income System claims, on News 7 Daily, that Kelly Richards, who lives near you, makes thousands of dollars with their product. Richards posts "links" for some unamed company and gets paid weekly or month.

The deal is there is no Kelly Richards in your hometown - that's a software trick. And there is no Kelly Richards who purchased the Automated Cash Income System and who makes lots of cash. This same claim was made with other products in the past and is not true.

Finally, News 7 Daily, is a fake news site and is actually an advertisement page for the Automated Cash System only and was used for other similar products in the past.

Automated Cash Income System claims it costs less than "$5" for the product.

I filled out a short form and applied for a work at home kit. There is a small shipping and handling fee, its not really free but it was under $5  

That is not true according to the fine print. Further, the ad shows money earned and sample checks both of which come from Google AdSense and both which have nothing to do with this product.

Clicking any of the links for the Automated Cash System takes visitors to the same signup page used for the Home Profit Income System. Again, visitors would do well to read the fine print in the Terms to find out the real costs.

The terms of sale are first hidden at the bottom of the advertising page.

No, Automated Cash is not only "$5" but much more.. That is only for a "trial":

Home Income Kit T&C: After the 7 days, on Day 8, if you decide to keep the iSpeedway program, it will be yours for the first time single payment of $129.95.

Then there is another monthly fee..

After the frist installment, the subsequent fee is $69.95 a month.

Which are charged to the same credit card used for the trial:

The monthly fees following the 7 day trial are charged to the credit/debit card on file that was used for the activation/licensing fee.

Buyers can cancel, but they need to call:

To cancel, please call 1-888-8777-3336.

The sign up page offers different information on charges and trial periods:

To access your website, a nominal charge of $1.95 USD is needed for us to know that you are a real person. 

Then buyers are charged an ongoing monthly fee:

you agree that your card will be charged $29.95 per month for hosting and maintenance.

And there is a different number to call for cancelling:

You may cancel anytime simply by calling our office toll-free at (888) 231-8725.

Regardless of the charges, the lead ad states another cost entirely. Further, there is little information about how buyers actually make money and the details of what they receive with their purchase.

Automated Cash Income System - Buyer beware!

This site does not sell the Automatic Profit System nor does it provide any opinion or testimonials whether or not the product works. Rather, this is a review of one affiliate marketer's advertising campaign of the product and a suggestion for buyers to save money on the product should they decide to purchase.


Anonymous said...

Thank you - this information is very useful as their ads do look tempting. I will not be going ahead with this now after reading this.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your information. I tried phoning one of the numbers to find out if they were legit and no one picked up the phone. I will not be pursuing this after reading your article.

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