Home Cash Success Research

Note: All details of the Home Cash Success sales process, terms , privacy policy, Earnings Disclaimer, etc. as detailed in this research have preserved in multiple ways, including video recording.

The Home Cash Success Claim

The Home Cash System claims that you can earn up to $257* per Day working from home on the Internet. It’s not clear to me what that asterisk references.

Home Cash Success 257 Day Claim With Asterisk

 Home Cash Success Charges

I noticed that beneath the giant red arrow on the order page, Home Cash Success displays the following text:

*This product is strictly for customers over the age of 18. A valid credit card acts as
verification of this criteria. This product is 100% Risk-Free to try! Enroll today and your card will have a pre-authorization hold of $19.99 placed to verify your card. This is only an authorization to your credit card. You have been given a three day trial period from your authorization date, at the end of this period unless you cancel the program the full amount of $99.62 will be settled to the card you signed up with. This fee is non-refundable. A maintenance fee of $49.37 will be charged every month thereafter for unlimited access. You may cancel at anytime by visiting the support section of our product.

It’s not clear why $19.99 has to be charged to verify the card or whether or not that is to be deducted from the $99.62. Also, It’s not clear what the $49.37 “maintenance fee” is for.

Home Cash Success Testimonials Are Stock Photos

Sara A. says, “I’d like to say a big thank you to Anne Williams”. It’s not clear who “Anne Williams is or why “Sara A.” is thanking here.

Warning About So-Called Free 1-On-1 Training Offers

Often these types of offers are used to try to hard-sell you questionable coaching…often costing thousands of dollars. I have almost never seen this turn out well for anybody. I can’t say for sure if this is what Home Cash Access is doing, but you’d be wise to heed the following advice:
  • Don’t reveal ANY financial information until  you’ve seen the proposed contract for the services your getting.
  • Pay an attorney to review the contract. If you are being pressured to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars…walk away…FAST!
  • If you are told that you’ve been “selected” as a potential “success story”….walk away…FAST!
  • If it seems like they are trying to figure out how much money and/or credit you have by claiming they need to know it to help you with your business….walk away…FAST!

Comments

  1. Jimmy says

    There goes my $99. This program is essentially the successor of trafficmastersprogram.com which was launched last September and what I bought into. There were google ads as well as emails circulating around with this link: http://www.msnbc.msn.com-sept-2012.us/?YrHv9B. The page is no longer working obviously. The URL looks like it\’s related to MSN or MSNBC. It even showed a video with MSN logo, interviewer and interviewee. But the URL domain is actually com-sept-2012.us – it has nothing to do with MSN MSNBC or whatever legitimate news site. Home Cash Success was also using a video on their site that only showed if you tried to navigate away. They have taken that page down a few days ago. The link to the video: http://news.softpedia.com/news/MSNBC-Work-at-Home-Report-Used-in-Scam-249041.shtml. These scammers are using legitimate videos and stories to prey on people looking to work from home.Kudos to Paul for this site and review. Wish I had stumbled upon a similar review earlier but there wasn\’t much about trafficmastersprogram back then. Don\’t bother with Home Cash Success. It\’s identical. Also, if you did get duped like me, the guy in the training videos is a bloke called Jesse Sbicca. He\’s also the registrant of switchlighthosting.com which is one of the \’freebie hosting packages\’ he offers in the home cash success program to get you to pay for monthly hosting. I don\’t know if he\’s real or fictitious but these guys (or guy) has got it all figured out, legal loopholes and all.

  2. says

    Hello there, greetings from Indonesia. I think I’m one of the victim in this case. I didn’t know why I caught up with it, I think it’s because they offer me a free membership at first. I thought, ‘well hey let’s give it a try if it is free.’ But then I notice something weird because a couple of days later I can’t use my credit card. I’ve been trying to buy somethings and it was declined. At first, I thought maybe I’ve reached my credit card limit on that time. I just found out a few hours ago that the scammers have charged my card for about 99.62. And the next worst thing is, they also have charged me the second time for about 19.99.

    I was so stupid for not researching or googling first about this schematic scam. I used to do things carefully and thorough when dealing with online shopping or something like that. But these guys, I don’t know.. Like I’ve been hypnotized and being forced out of my conscience to enroll with their program. Now I know that this whole thing is BS, and that they also have another alias / domain such as homespeedrevenue.com or homeprofitsystem, or anything like that. Don’t get fooled, they are all the same.

    I know regrets are always comes late, but is there anything that you would guys suggest so that these scammers can’t charge my card any further? I have sent them emails, and this is their response:

    “I see that you originally signed up with us on 1/28/2013. At the time you signed up under one of
    promotional ads to learn how to work from home by posting ads online for various companies. Being that there was a free 3 day trial, and if you didn’t cancel the trial after the third day, you were charged the 99.62. Rest assured, this charge of 99.62 is just a one time fee. However, per the terms and agreements to which you agreed to when you enrolled in the program and entered in your credit card information, is a non refundable charge. As for the 19.00, that was already voided back to your account. You should see that charge fall off your statement in the next 5-10 business days.
    Here is some information on how to use this program to your best advantage so that you can earn back your investments thus far.

    In order to get started please, log into the page http://homecashsuccess.com/login/
    Your log in information is just your email address for your username and your zip code for your password.
    If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to call customer support at 888-857-8325 Monday – Friday 9am to 3 pm EST.
    Thanks,
    Abby”

    Do you think that I could stop them from charging my card? I have request politely to quit from this program. But.. I’m not so sure they would let me walk off easily. Any kind of help would be nice. Many thanks before.

    Kind Regards,

    Juliandi R.

  3. AMS says

    Thanks for the info! I got a text message from a random number saying “FYI Allison” and then it listed the link for the phony MSNBC page. The title of the article made it seem like someone from my current town was making $6750 a month from using this program. So all they need is your first name, phone number, and location to send you convincing and “legitimate looking” texts and links. The link to Home Cash Success on the page stops being active after a day or so.

  4. Aaron says

    I was promised a $59.95 price tag for this after reading about it on NBC. Thought it was legit. I thought I would give it a try. It told me there was an error and I would have to try again later. It never directed me to the site I needed to go to. I started getting phone call after phone call and I kept saying I never actually signed up please take me off of your call list. Finally I said who do I call to stop these phone calls. None of the mystery callers knew. I looked up a number online and she said I was out of the 14 day window to get my money back for a product I thought I had never received. I said $99 I was signing up for $59. She said I was directed to the page afterwards that explained it. Either way this freaking thing is a scam! SCAM SCAM SCAM.

  5. jessica says

    this is a scam Paul.. Sorry you might work for the company who knows… Everyone that has been scammed should contact there credit card company. Home Cash Success takes your credit card info and tries to open up as many credit card processing accounts as they possibly can. They then run the cards until they get caught….. STAY AWAY THIS A FRAUD !!!!!!!

  6. says

    I just got a text from this random number to look up this fake story. I have learned if it’s too good to be true… it is.

    It’s a shame. I really would love to work from home and make a bunch of money. Ohhhh welllll

  7. Beth says

    Hi All,
    I got sucked into this one too! I didn’t even know I had “purchased” it till i saw my charge card bill! I usually do the free log-in just so I can snoop around the site a little but I never order them. I can’t for the life of me think why I ordered this one (it was, of course, two weeks after I ordered that I found the charge)! The only thing I can think of is that they must have given me some crazy low price and I signed up for that. I do that sometimes just to get the free resource downloads then I cancel before the cheap trail is over. Anyway, lesson learned. I will just try and get as much information out of them as I can to use with my other projects.
    Thanks for having this page! I have bookmarked you. Another good page for real reviews is http://nomorebsreviews.com/ He is pretty good and he is very up front about sites that he is an affiliate for.

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