I’m going to break this A To Z Cash System scam warning into 2 parts so people who want to get the information quickly don’t have to read through all of the analysis. Here are the basics:
The Testimonials Are Fake
At least 3 of the testimonials are stock photos. I’ve even found some of the other testimonial photos on more than 20 sites across many different markets.
Here’s an example: Click here to see stock photo called “Portrait of happy senior African American couple” used for the fake Testimonial featuring “Harry T”.
The Site Can’t Remember It’s Name
A To Z Cash System frequently uses the name of this previous scam (Easy Cash On Demand) within it’s text. Apparently the site can’t remember it’s name. The first commenter on my post about the previous scam said this: “These people are theives, dont trust them.”
It gets even worse, at the bottom of the sales page, there’s a disclaimer that says
Pick a name, any name!?
Get Ready To Potentially Lose THOUSANDS Of Dollars
Site Appears To Be Set Up To Get Your Phone Number To Higher Pressure Sales People Trained To Get As Much Money As Possible From You
Here’s how you can tell:
- You are asked for your phone number on the first page.
- The site claims that you’ll get a “Free Phone Consultation”
The “free phone consultation” is simply a gimmick to get you to talk to somebody trained to do the following:
- Figure out how much credit and cash you have available.
- Promise you things on the phone that aren’t documented in any contract you sign.
- Try to get as much money out of you as possible for worthless coaching and products.
The Company Behind A To Z Cash System Appears To Operate Out Of Switzerland
It appears that the company behind this scam operates out of Switzerland, although it may also have some of it’s operations out of Israel as well. I’m still looking into the other companies besides Switzlerand. I’ll have documentation of that when I do the full analysis later.
Uses Several Other Common Fraud Tactics
The following aren’t as important red flags as the ones listed above, but are still worth noting. The AToZCashSystem.com uses several other common fraudulent tactics such as:
- Fake Count-Down Timers
- Fake Scarcity (The Claim That Only 500 Spots Are Left is bogus).
- Questionable Proof Of Earnings Snapshots & Videos
More To Come
The above should help you realize that you should NOT buy the A To Z Cash system. However, I’ll be delving into it in more detail over the next few days.