Is Easy Kits a scam? Well, one thing is for sure. It appears to be directly to two previous scams that I warned about:
- Easy Cash On Demand
- Push Button Cash Site
Easy Kits Promotes The Push Button Cash Site Scam!
The first 5 emails I received all promote the Push Button Cash Site – THE Scam I warn about on the home page of WorkAtHomeTruth! In fact, the scam was so outrageous that I decided to make an equally outrageous video about the scam:
Push Button Cash Site – which uses the name of “Daniel Young” – appears to be put out by “Michael Jones” – the pseudonym of a person who has put out numerous “Internet Marketing” products that have met with extremely negative feedback, including the following:
- Auto Cash Code
- My Online Profits
- The Affiliate Code
- The Cash Code
- The ClickBank Code
- Instant Traffic Robot
- Turbo Commissions
Easy Kits Promotes Connected To The Easy Cash On Demand Scam
Hmm. That probably means that you should read my previous warning about Easy Cash On Demand – to see why you should avoid doing business with the people/company behind this “product at all costs”.
The Most Dangerous Part About Easy Kits
The most financially dangerous part of Easy Kits (Easy Cash On Demand) is the “Free” personal consultation. Free phone consultations are simply a gimmick to get you to talk to high pressure sales people who will try to extract as much money as possible out of you by selling you overpriced or worthless “add ons” or “coaching”.
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