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Need Money Blog: Fast Cash From Home

I was on CashCrate looking at surveys to make some extra money (you are on CashCrate doing the same thing aren't you?), when I received a link for Fast Cash From Home. I am always suspicious of these "get rich at home" products so I checked it out. If you have seen Fast Cash From Home links, you should read on to learn more....

Fast Cash From Home uses the same format that generally features Kelly Richards. "At home mom makes 6000-8000 a month working from home on her computer!". Sounds great, doesn't it? The ad features someone named Jennifer Becker (in my home town of all things) who makes big money.

Later in the article (designed to look like a news story), Jennifer Becker is called Sandra, which is usually a sign that the "article" is  template reused by the designer. That's a sign to beware of the product.

Further down in the article, Jennifer/Sandra describes how buyers can try Fast Cash From Home, but she never describes what she does to make thousands of dollars a month. That too is a concern for those thinking of trying the product.

Jennifer/Sandra says after signing up for Fast Cash From Home, buyers can expect to receive their first check in about a week, or they can have the money direct deposited into their account. I've done all sorts of jobs online and I've never heard of any company paying that fast, especially not for first timers.

I clicked on one of the numerous Fast Cash From Home links and it took me to a sign up page on another website. I went ahead and filled out the information form to learn more.

I was taken to another website which described the program as Fast Cash From Home Income Kit and was listed at only $4.97. The small print said something else and this is very important to read...

The small print said that the 4.97 charge was only for a 3 day trial. Afterward, the credit card on file would be charged $77 and then $57 every month until cancelled. In addition, buyers will also be given a 10 day trial for "Facebook Training" and then charged $9.99 a month unless cancelled. Also, buyers will be given access to something called Success Road Academy and if not cancelled, will be charged $6.99 additional per month until cancelled.

That's a lot of money. But what do you get for all those monthly payments?

Information on how to make money online is what they promise. Nothing more concrete and surely, nothing that promises buyers will start receiving checks in a week.

I would be very careful before believing what Fast Cash From Home promises. Buyer beware!


Need Money Blog: Home Profit System

I was reading a news story and as usual, also enjoy reading other readers thoughts in the comment section. Sure enough, a few posts in, was a comment like this..

"My sister makes $7654 a month from her computer. Click here and read how!".

You've probably seen something similar hundreds of times online. Being your faithful detective of all things related to big claims and internet money making, I followed the link for more information. What I found was startling, but no surprise. Read on....

The link took me to an old landing page with updated photographs and featured the story of our old friend, Kelly Richards. Poor Kelly (this time, she lives in New York), she still hasn't recovered from the 2008 recession and is still looking for easy ways to make money and help her family.

This time, Kelly is promoting the Home Profit System. Of course, Kelly has been "tight lipped" about her secret but now that the cat is out of the bag, she admits she only works 10-13 hours a week and earns $6000-8000 a month online.

How does she do it? It's anybody's guess but Kelly claims she's using the Home Profit System. What the System is is never fully explained, but Kelly shows two photos proving her earnings.

First, is a blurred out Google Adsense Check. Second, is a Google Adsense earnings control panel. There is no indication Google is good with the Home Profit System reproducing pictures from Google, but I have a feeling they are not involved.

Kelly explains that to make the kind of money she is making from home, one has to fill out a simple form and get started. I clicked on the form link and I was redirected to another website that asked me to fill out my name, email and phone number. (Don't do this, you'll get spam. I did it for you using my own email address and other information.).

After some cursory "We're checking our system to see if you apply" delay nonsense, I was taken to yet another website featuring a "news video". I didn't listen. Instead, I checked the rest of the site for information on the Home Profit System, but found nothing.

When I tried to close the page, a dialogue box came up and offered me a discount to purchase something "Home Internet Careers" for the low price of $97.00. I have still have no idea what I'll get for nearly $100, so I opted out. Who knows what buyers receive and if there are any other charges later?

To recap:

Kelly Richards is a fake name of a make believe person who claims to make money online.

The product has no details on how buyers make money.

The product actually goes by a different name and costs $97.00.

Buyer beware!

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