Home Cash Flow Solution Reviews – Legit or Scam?

 

Home Cash Flow SolutionHomeCashFlowSolution.com is a new website by Jason Hall that claims to be able to give you the necessary tools and training to make money from home.  For a one time fee of $97.00, they promise you a set of ten pre-made, fully automated websites ready to go live and begin making you money within minutes of signing up.

While you will own the ten pre-made websites, Home Cash Flow Solution will set them up with ten different products to be promoted and sold from your individual sites.  These products will all be download ready – eBooks, Scripts, Software, ect – so there is no need for you to purchase, carry, or ship actual products.

Home Cash Flow Solution makes it clear that your job is simply to get traffic to your websites, and they will help you do just that, with their internet marketing training course.

So is Home Cash Flow Solution a Scam?

Well, the first problem is that Home Cash Flow Solution offers you pre-made websites, which will likely be the exact same pre-made websites they are offering everyone who comes to their website.  And, as anyone who works with internet marketing or internet sales will tell you, it is already difficult to make money online with a completely unique website, and using websites and products that are also being used by hundreds of other people will only make it incredibly more difficult.

Second, they say that all you have to do is get traffic to your website.  This happens to be the most difficult task for anyone working in internet marketing, including major corporations!  And while Home Cash Flow Solution claims to train you, remember that they are offering identical services to the hundreds of others who will have your identical websites and identical products.

They could also potentially offer to up sell you to a package that includes programs that will get you traffic to your website automatically.  These types of programs are notoriously worthless – most people even suspect that they are simply bots that make it appear as though people are visiting your website, but you will still never see sales.

And – since we’re on the subject of up selling – since Home Cash Flow Solution makes no mention on their sales page of charging you for hosting and site maintenance, there is a good chance that once you pay your $97.00 you will be enticed to pay more for that as well.  It seems highly unlikely that Home Cash Flow Solution would be giving hundreds of people free site hosting out of the goodness of their hearts.

Finally, Home Cash Flow system is being promoted by fake news sites.  You may have been directed to them from News 10 Reports or News 8 Reports, where you read a story about Jessica Holcomb from a town close to you… Yes.  The fake news site is a large warning to avoid a particular product, because if they are willing to use such dishonest tactics to get you to their website, it’s probably a bad indicator of what could happen once they get your credit card number.

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Average Rating for " Home Cash Flow Solution " is 1.25 out of 5 based on 142 reviews.

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    rao says:

    December 3rd, 2014 at 11:12 pm

    I am also do the same but bank replied that that the pending transaction we can not stop from bank side.But we can raise a dispute after maerchant cliamimg the amount.The maerchant claimed the amount after two days.Now bank had taken dispute request then they are in investigation……………..

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  • grace says:

    December 1st, 2014 at 11:52 pm

    Same here I was charged for 167dollars from my credit card, without my consent after signing in they’re going to redirect you again to brainhost to select your domain they’re going to charged you again so better be careful with this kind of site I reported them to scam organization Hope they can help in tracking this scammers !

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  • joanne says:

    November 21st, 2014 at 8:55 am

    I had the same thing happen to me 169 pound I lost feel so stupid and bank was useless !!!!

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  • Victim 007 says:

    November 20th, 2014 at 11:19 am

    What to tell! Me also I am a victim of $157.

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    rohit says:

    November 15th, 2014 at 2:02 pm

    guys in my case , i blocked the card and informed the bank dat its fake transaction and i have not done it. they tracked and they stopped transaction as it was processing. axis bank transactions take 2 to 3 days for money to reach next party. bank can stop the transaction at the middle . they can contact the merchants who are in the middle of you and home income flow. these merchants only transfer money. plz contact your banks to stop this scam… bank said they are tracking that till where it reached and they ll contact the merchants and they will stop the transaction from reaching them. and if suppose it reach them thn bank wil file a case. only your bank can help you.

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    Kartik says:

    November 10th, 2014 at 9:55 am

    I have been charged 157 USD. nobody is replying… has anybody here got a refund???

    anyone suggest what can be done?

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    block says:
    November 25th, 2014 at 5:22 am

    call your bank and tell them to chargeback

    DaemonBK says:
    November 14th, 2014 at 3:46 am

    Same here damn BS better to block your existing credit card to avoid further fraud from them

    Ho says:
    November 13th, 2014 at 1:28 pm

    I Also got charged 157USD by PRO TRAINER BUSINESS MIAMI and Can’t launch Live Chat with access denial. Until now No reply at all.

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    jimbob irish says:

    November 7th, 2014 at 1:29 pm

    Can everyone who got scammed by “Jason Hall” of this home cash flow solutions, including myself, all get together and sue him/the organisation?, It clearly CLEARLY says that it is a free trial, and not until i called for information on what exactly i would be paying for (in 3 days time!- obviously not the case as money was removed immediately)that i was informed it would be $156.

    this is scandalous and people should not be able to get away with it my email is bagzfahy@gmail.com if we could get together and find a way of group suing this company then lets do it

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    dolamine says:
    December 27th, 2014 at 6:03 am

    you are right, we should group ourselfs to stop this company.

  • Karan says:

    November 7th, 2014 at 3:41 am

    What is the meaning for this

    “Remember, you will have 3-days to evaluate the program completely risk-free before you are charged the full purchase price.”

    The fraud!! get Money again ..I Already lost 100 dollars..

    Please Reply any one ….

    What should i do ..

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    Igandu says:

    November 1st, 2014 at 9:21 am

    I do not know how they got my info but I noted that they removed money from my credit card. I am going to the police.

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    efagwu kegwaehi says:

    October 30th, 2014 at 1:06 am

    IT IS A COMPLETE SCAM. without my consent, they removed my money from my credit card. PLEASE DON’T TRY IT AT ALL

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    Zinash says:

    October 24th, 2014 at 3:00 am

    Am from Singapore & Yesterday seen an ad abt Facebook Business which said only 3 pounds for activation…signed it & landed in HomeIncomeFlow.com.

    They charged 99$ & sent a mail confirming free of cost.

    Sent a mail on cancelling the transaction to support team, got a revert on closing the ticket without any solution.

    Got ripped off completely…nothing can be done.

    Tried every means to reach them but completely failed…

    Can anyone help?

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    Pooja says:
    November 11th, 2014 at 8:38 am

    Hi, i am pooja, same thing happened to me with the same website as said by Zinash, I am from India yesterday 10/11/2014, They charged INR 10,600 without any information from my debit card. I just got a order confirm mail.

    Now what we can do to get back our money.
    Please anyone guide ous.

    please reply to me for suggestion at passionategurl@gmail.com

    raynard says:
    October 28th, 2014 at 6:48 am

    It also happened to me today 28/10/2014, they say it is free and the next moment you register they deducted R1096.14 of my credit card. I also replied to the info site and there is no real positive feedback, what now?

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    Unfortunate says:

    January 25th, 2014 at 11:14 pm

    I had the opportunity to purchase this program and never got off the floor. No assistance or anything – of course paid my money and now nothing and no one. Don’t even know who I should talk to. Of course all the emails and correspondence disappeared! It’s unfortunate trying to make a decent honest living and you have these people that deliberate rip you off! There should be some kind of law! At least to get your money back when you have truly been duped! Wont’ do that again!

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    Dan says:

    February 3rd, 2013 at 9:58 am

    totally bad choice buy in. my recommendation – avoid and move on.

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  • ngozichukwuka says:

    August 28th, 2012 at 2:25 pm

    I have an opportunity to go and cash my money but i am having difficulty with it. I have tried to lay hand on my code to enable me cash it but no way. Two, i do not know really the nature of the business that can fech somebody such amount within her home. Please sir if you could not mind i would like you to clear my doubt by sending me the code.Thanks

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  • Sponge bob says:

    June 20th, 2012 at 10:31 am

    if he holds every ones money for a year half year some people are talking about losing out on tens of thousands this person most be a millionaire just from interest collected

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    jasonhallscam says:

    June 5th, 2012 at 5:37 am

    Is this the same Jason Hall that is now currently running a huge ponzi scam called The Golden Path?

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    Whocares? says:
    September 21st, 2012 at 9:27 am

    If it is the same Jason Hall then he is the biggest fraudster on the internet along with his Australian scamming partner Stan Jensen, and they should both be serving a prison sentence for fraud.

    Deliberatus says:
    June 5th, 2012 at 8:02 pm

    check the BBB and see if the infor there shows up for this golden path thingiedo.

    -Deliberatus

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    Trisha says:

    June 4th, 2012 at 9:26 pm

    I bought in to this mob & found it hard to get going ..So asked for a refund ..Was told I had to be in it for a month then they will refund if not happy after that….Have been trying to get my refund since early 2011…having to go to legal Scorsese now.STAY AWAY!!!!!! Bad news. In my opinion

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    Deliberatus says:

    June 3rd, 2012 at 4:56 pm

    I worked for HCFS.
    I was the lead support web technician for them; I coached and taught clients how to do it.

    Success is NOT easy in this field, and I told them as much. I Told them how to get search engine attention free. I told them to advertise in every free way i could find. I also told them that google will help, but it is expensive.

    We never said or implied we would give them hosting. We recommended several hosting firms, and a few were highly regarded FREE hosts.

    Fraud? We delivered what we promised. CAN you make a lot of money selling Ebooks? YES. Is it easy? NO.

    Besides, something better came along now: the Kindle Store. Forget webhosting your Ebooks, stick the text on KindleStore.

    WRITE SOMETHING. There is SOMEONE out there who wants to read it.

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    Duped & Stupid says:
    April 21st, 2014 at 11:40 am

    Don’t believe this lie. I did and am so mad and ashame. I was gullible! Who would have believed you could make this kind of money at home. Research, ask BBB and research some more before getting into this and DON’T WHATEVER YOU DO SEND THEM THE $97.00. IT WILL BE GONE AND YOU WILL NEVER SEE IT AGAIN. I AM SO DUMB!!! HAVE LEARNED MY LESSON!!!!!

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    L says:

    January 17th, 2012 at 9:57 pm

    Terrible “company.” People like the one’s operating this website are such losers. What type of person can actually steal money from people everyday? I’m sure it’s run by some big nerd in his mom’s basement. Probably resents people because he was picked on as a child.

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  • Feeling stupid says:

    December 4th, 2011 at 11:13 pm

    Can’t believe I haven’t see a post saying they tried to ask for extra money! I paid my $97 and called them to get my ‘help’. They had to call back after reviewing my ‘finances’, which pretty much was me telling them how much I had available on my ‘credit cards’. I made up a fairly good amount and what would you know! When they called backed, they said if I used my one credit card and paid $17,000.00, I would get the best available help to make this program work! LOL!!!! Of course it was a great deal, because they said I would be tripling that within 3 months and the interest I paid in that 3 months would have been taken care of with all the revenue I’d be getting… Yeah, I was stupid for $97, I’m not stupid to max out a credit card for something like this!

    Good luck to all of you who read this and still continue to put your money out for this ‘program’… The only program this can be called is “How to be a Sucker better than you were before!” And it only costs $97 dollars (in the beginning) to find out!!! Good luck!!!

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    intoit12K says:
    December 8th, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    We bought into the first 3 day course for 2K. It was good and they touched on basic ideas. We purchased an additional 9K educational package and before we were able to get through that a call came as an interiview us to see if we were :Good Enough” to get individual support. Of course we answered the financial questions and then for an additional 18K we were offered one on one mentor. Whoa. The guy liked us so well he reduced the price to 15K. WHEN WE SAID NO HE ACTUALLY BECAME VERY RUDE! We are definately concerned that Scott himself is promoting this. Oh and we have never met Scott but continue to be promised if we buy more training we will eventually meet him.
    Think twice but do attend free seminars and at max do a 3 day workshop.

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    Megan says:

    November 16th, 2011 at 3:14 pm

    Its a scam, plain and simple….Don’t do it

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    Tbear says:

    November 16th, 2011 at 10:59 am

    I canceled well within my 30 days. After 11 phone calls and speaking with 13 different people I have yet to get my refund. Still waiting after 28 days!! A scam to get money and rip of the people who are desperate to try and make more money!! They should be ashamed of their “business” tactics!!

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    June says:

    October 13th, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    They are definitely a scam. They took my $78 by credit card (phone) – no one ever got in touch with me to start me on the program, I was already getting the picture that this would be next to impossible to achieve and attempted to get my money back within the 14 day cancellation period. I was told I had to call back in exactly 60 days with this request. I did so, then was told, corporate denied the request and I should try again in 30 days. Ten months later, I am told to fax my request. I did so and found out the fax number is not a good one. A company that refuses to give out their name, address, principals in the company has something to hide – mostly the money we have given them in good faith that they could deliver a product to the consumer

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  • Elizabeth says:

    October 5th, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    Cassie ( below) is correct that these cons are connected with a foreign country because I had the strangest thing happen to me today when they called ( again). The number they are using is in area code 602. So, anyway, when my phone rang, I answered it and I heard nothing. Instead of hanging up, I waited to see if anyone would answer or say anything because I had the feeling that a computer dialed my number and since I answered quickly after picking up, the computer missed my voice. As I waited for about 3 minutes in silence, FINALLY, I heard a bunch of foreigners in a what sounded like a large empty room. They were making all sorts of conversation. Then, I heard a strange clicking and squealing electronic sound and then again, silence. THEN, a phone started ringing. I let it ring for over ten minutes until finally an answering machine picked up and it was an Asian sounding voice mail. The man said his so called name and requested that I leave a message. I didn’t say a word. The voicemail kept saying that my message was too short and to try again. Still, I didn’t say a word. THEN, the voicemail said, ‘ You have been kicked from this conference call”.
    WEIRD, WEIRD, WEIRD.
    We really need to get these crooks shut down.

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  • Elizabeth says:

    October 5th, 2011 at 11:55 am

    I’ve already posted one review but it’s been a few months and so I’m going to update my experience. I filed a report with the FBI and the FTC. I filed a report with the FBI because this company hacks into people’s email, steals their address book and then generates emails that appear to be from friends. When you click on the website link, you will probably see what appears to be a legit news story on one of your local TV network news stations. This is entirely a fraud!!! Jason Hall and his company hacked the email of one of our church members and made it seem that my friend from church was suggesting that I try this work at home business.

    This is definitely a cash flow business but it’s not intended to generate income for you by any means. Once you have provided your personal info on their site, they sell it which generates income TO THEM only. I’ve received hundreds of calls from companies wanting me to sell their products.

    In addition to these annoying telemarketing calls you will also begin receiving strange calls where no one answers or you hear a phone ringing. Let it continue to ring. I let it ring for 20 minutes one day and I could hear someone trying to interrupt it/clicking sounds. You will sometimes get calls where no one answers but you hear lots of bizarre conversation in the background. I can’t actually tell you how they are breaching your security but I can assure you that they are. I have found ways to retaliate but I can’t even post them on here for fear that these folks will be reading this review. But, let me just suggest that when you receive one of the calls, just pick up and then set the phone down. Don’t even hang up and don’t say anything to them. Just set the phone down to keep their line tied up.

    They are also using numbers from the area code 602 ( arizona) and other numbers. They use all sort of numbers to try and trick you into answering. In the beginning I was rude and would hang up on them when they called. BUt, then I decided to have a little ‘ fun’ with them. One thing I do is let them talk through their entire 10 minute scam and lead them on with words like ‘ really?!, wow, sounds interesting’ and then after they think they have me hooked, I just play stupid and ask them to hold on while I get my baby’s toy and then I try to make small talk about their families, kids, etc…while ignoring anything they say. they really hate that. Just be sure that you don’t use the word, ‘ yes’ in any of your comments.I record our conversations too and I have several recordings that I can provide to the FBI. You can also trick them into providing additional info about themselves, another contact number, etc… by telling them that you need to call them right back because your dog just got loose or some other dire emergency.[_extra_org]0/_extra_org]

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    cash me in says:

    August 29th, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    This company says money back but that is not the case and lead you down a path of promise and nothing else, what a joke.

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  • dacia says:

    August 23rd, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    by the way the phone number is 877-711-5449 for the person that was asking on one of the previous comments :)

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    dacia says:

    August 23rd, 2011 at 5:03 pm

    I signed up as well a few days ago…..then I saw all of the comments posted on this site…They said that I had to try it out first etc. But I couldn’t even get that far….the website was under construction and still is today…they said to wait til it comes back up and try it out…so I said okay…but the more I thought about it and read reviews, I decided to call back and be very persistent….They said they will refund my money and gave me a confirmation number…Hope that is the end of it…

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    monica says:
    February 3rd, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    I do hope you get your money back because 12 months ago they set up these websites ,and it still under construction.Every time I call I am told that they can get me started but I’ll have to pay 10k for a 6 months online training or 2500.for 3days training,when I told them that was too much they got real nasty and hang up the phone.
    I wish there is some kind of law to ban scams like these.good luck!

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    Mary says:

    August 18th, 2011 at 8:59 pm

    I have ahd the exact same experience as 29 and 30 Sara and Dave and had my email hacked…. After several calls they still have not refunded my money. I will be contacting the BBB.

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  • josh says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 11:34 am

    and as far as people calling all the time i haven’t had that happen either an if it does all ya gotta do is call your service provider an have your number changed it only takes a few seconds to do it an they wont charge you if you tell them you are being harassed an they will be more than happy to fix the issue for you so basically the lesson is don’t count on someone else to protect you in life just take the necessary steps to protect your self

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  • josh says:

    July 27th, 2011 at 11:14 am

    well i have read everyone’s posts so you wanna know how to con a con lol well first you never use your main credit card for anything online or your main bank account always go to a store an buy a prepaid card load it with the exact amount that it costs then just go set up a second bank account that is solely used for that company to pay you thru i haven’t had any problems with the program mine was set up thru paypal an they are a very secure site its the same site that e-bay and every other pay online company uses so if you are careful an make sure what site you are using an if they are saying this company stole their e-mail then its those own peoples fault because you never use your main e-mail address always make a new that is only used for that company or program

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    DJ says:

    July 20th, 2011 at 12:07 pm

    Is there no “0″ rating?

    These People are Crooks!!!! They are in the business of selling lists to companies. They provide no services and no product. A month after cancelling I received a call from a guy claiming to “follow up” with them. He claimed his name was Jeremy Turner.

    Something needs to be done to fight back from the endless calls I get because these low life’s sold my information after I told them not too.

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    MICHAEL RAE says:

    July 19th, 2011 at 9:46 am

    “SUCKER” THAT’S ME. I SIGNED ON, PAID MY FEE, AND NEVER HEARD FROM THEM AGAIN. I NEED A PHONE NUMBER. PLEASE, MICHAEL RAE

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    monica says:
    February 3rd, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    The phone number is 1-877-663-5057

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    LaShonda Alford says:

    July 11th, 2011 at 8:48 am

    First, let me say that I DID NOT search for reviews before payment. I authorized a payment of $49.95 on Friday. On Sunday, I checked my checking account and they had taken out $149.95. An extra $100 that I did not authorize. So, this morning, I finally got a hold of someone at their office. The man’s name is “Christopher”. I think its a fake name. He told me that he has to keep the $49.95 due to the contract. He told me that I could expect the refund in my bank within 5-7 days. He gave me a transaction number. That’s probably fake too. But, anyway, do not go to this site. It IS a rip-off, scam, or whatever you want to call it.

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    Stephen Nobles says:

    July 9th, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    I have been scammed before from another company promising wealth and good good fortune and have come to one conclusion and that is wealth and prosperity are only obtained by hard work and determination which us how America has become the nation she has. Anyone who tries to trick the American public out of their hard earned dollar should be jailed and I could even think of a few more things I would like to see them put through. A little payback would be for everyone who has been scammed, call these numbers 24/7 in protest non-stop and get a little bit of you money is satisfaction and be a pain for a while.

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    P MURUGANATHAN says:

    June 29th, 2011 at 3:42 am

    HAVE ASKED FOR A REFUND OF MONEY…NO REFUND RECEIVED AFTER GIVING DETAILS

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    dcooke says:

    June 24th, 2011 at 6:44 am

    Even thou I did not continue with this business, they promise you a money back guarantee….DONT BELIEVE THIS. They claim to have corporate offices and make you wait 30 days from the day you call to get your money back…. that is just a string along and can last for months. YOU WILL NEVER SEE YOUR MONEY AGAIN AND MAKE SURE YOU CLOSE YOUR CARD…..
    PLEASE DON’T INVEST YOUR MONEY INTO THIS SCAM!!!!!

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    m says:

    June 21st, 2011 at 4:46 pm

    This is by far one of the worst companies I have ever delt with. Even after I told them I was no longer interested they kept calling day after day after day. They also sold or gave my information to others. I know this because they are the only ones that I used a certain credit card with that has a different name on it other than mine. The name on the card was my wifes, but used my phone number. These people call everyday, sometimes 3 or 4 times even after I have told them not to call anymore. Please beware. This has been going on for months now and they still refuse to give it up. I do not want them to call and yet they still do.

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    Robyn says:
    February 9th, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    YELL INTO THE PHONE AND TELL THEM TO KNOCK IT OFF!! Tell them you are getting their phone number and reporting them, you have recorded all your previous conversations with them, and you have absolutely ALL the proof you need to send them to jail and you have the right mind to call the police that very minute. Tell them to BACK OFF, and tell it firmly. Reply to all of your spams in your email, and tell all of your feelings there. Tell them to back off NOW. I ended up from 12 phone calls per day to 0. And 75 spams per day to 2 spams per day. Do it do it do it! Hope this helped M.

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    Eli Burdine says:

    June 14th, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    Jason Hall is a con artist, and “Big Home Cash Flow” is a scam. I was foolish enough to checkout his website and believed it, everything on his website is a lie and the company a fraud. I have contacted the California Attorney Generals office to investigate him and his company for fraud. Don’t be fooled by this con artist or his bogus company, don’t do business with him, he is a crook….

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    monica says:
    February 3rd, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    I feel the same way! I wish they can be caught and put behind bars.

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    Anonidentity says:

    June 7th, 2011 at 7:34 pm

    I should add that these people will distribute your number to other agencies (or probably people in on the scam). I got my refund ages ago, but I am still getting calls from Jason Hall’s office (traffic guru institute), Green Business Solutions, Sure Notes Media, merit financial services, etc. I am so sick and tired of my phone ringing nearly every hour of every day from these people. I keep telling them that I am not interested, canceled my account, requested information about a home business, and even that I didn’t purchase a home business just to get them to stop calling. From Jason Hall’s office, they keep saying that after a while they’ll scratch my name from the list, and everyone else just says thank you and have a nice day. I thank God that I didn’t use my home phone number, and that they don’t have my address. I actually used my cell phone number from a prepaid phone, and I’m going to end up getting a new phone with a new number if they don’t leave me alone. I wish I never made that foolish mistake 2 months ago, because it’s becoming quite a headache having my phone ring all the damn time from these people. Here’s a list of phone numbers to watch out for in case any of y’all fell victim to this scam.

    1-886-678-7175, 1-480-269-8080, 1-775-358-8842, 1-800-307-1999, 1-702-260-1319, 1-877-465-9191, 1-803-739-1190, 1-727-346-0230, 1-800-474-6836, 1-903-751-7538, 1-602-476-2303

    That’s already an astonishing 11 different numbers harassing me on a daily basis. If anyone else has received calls from these numbers, please let me know. I hope it’s not just me.

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    cassie says:

    June 6th, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    HOME CASH FLOW SOLUTIONS IS A BIG SCAM…UNFORTUNATELY, I WAS A VICTIM.
    These are two of their links PLEEEEAAAASSSEEE AVOID.

    http://www.ekitmemberspro.com (This they refer to as the membership link)
    http://www.homecashflowsolution.org/

    THEY ARE A BIGGGG SCAAAMMMM!!!!!!!
    On June 04 2011 (Saturday), I placed an order for the program. The selling price was stated as $49.95 (70% off) Limited time offer

    Initially, I was a little skeptical but upon seeing a clip on their website of a very prominent and trusted network (CNN) as promoting it, I decided ok I would give it a try. I submit my request for the order. I did not do my homework. After I submitted the order I decided to do some more investigation into it. When I see countless reports that it’s a scam it was too late. I tried to contact their customer service but they were closed on weekends.
    US Toll Free: 1-855-617-4585 (Monday to Friday: 9am to 7pm EST. US)

    First thing Monday morning, June 06, 2011, @ 9am I called the toll free number. A female answered on the other end. I told her I need to cancel the order (mark you the membership link that they had submitted I did not complete/activate). To pull up the order she asked for my telephone # as it was linked to the order, and by that she could then identify who I am. She was able to pull up the order/account. I figure she didn’t want me to cancel so suggested that I go through with the tutorial and I will get more information on how the program works as she claimed to it be very successful. I told her I am still not interested and asked what the refund policy is. She informed me that I can be refunded within a year of order so I could still try the program now and get refunded if I am still not satisfied. (Please bear in mind I had only put the order in two days ago.)

    I told her I am still not interested and I will not be trying it (to become a member) so I will need the refund. When I closed the conversation with her, I then proceeded to call my credit company that I had used to place the order. Using the automated service, I was informed my account has been charged $100 plus dollars. This is where it confirmed to me that these people were really running a scam.

    I then called back their customer service number. A male answered this time. I asked why my credit card is being charged 100+ dollars when the website advertised as $49.95. Initially, he says he had to pull up my account. I told him my phone number and email address. When I tried to tell him my email address he tried to be very coy in understand what it is. It is my last and first name@ymail.com. I spelled my name clearly to him followed by the server (ymail.) several times but he still pretended not to understand, where at one point he asked did you said maile.com. English is my native language and he was also speaking fluent English w/out any accent so I did understand why he couldn’t comprehend what I was saying.

    He then claimed he cannot pull up the order by the info I provided and wanted to know what the credit card number is that I used. I told him I had only spoken with a rep earlier and she was able to pull up my account with the general info (my phone # and my email addy). He still continues to claim it cannot be done with that information, but if I provide my credit card number it will be. He was becoming very disrespectful so I asked to speak with s/one else. He replied there is no one else there to speak w/ me. I said I had only spoken with a female less than fifteen minutes ago, so may speak with her. He continues being disrespectful. I asked to speak with a supervisor then. He still refused, claiming he is the only one and that further more I cannot get a refund once the purchased had been made. I then told him that was not what the female I had spoken with earlier says. She had informed me that I am able to get a refund within a year of purchase. And further more I haven’t used the program. He still continues to deny, and that their policy is they do not do refunds.

    I called my credit card company again this time to speak with a customer rep. My credit card rep confirmed that my account had been charge over $100+ ; Mark you, the website was advertising for $49.95. My credit card customer service rep them told me the charge reflects that the transaction was made outside of the US but does not show what country. This limits him as to know who these people were. This leads me to believe they are partnered with agencies outside of the US. Because he wasn’t able to get the info right then, my best option was then to cancel that credit card, and they will do further investigation.

    PLEASE BE AWARE OF THESE SCAM THAT SEEMS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE

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    Yoko says:

    June 1st, 2011 at 9:37 pm

    I actually had a very good experience with this company. They offer a 12-week training and two e-books on online business. I completed this training and learned a lot. I decided to cancel my membership just because I didn’t feel passionate about the products they are promoting, but they didn’t ask any questions and immediately gave me a refund.

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    Daryl Stoltzfus says:

    May 27th, 2011 at 7:49 pm

    I purchased the Home Cash Flow Solution in March. When we purchased these “products” our bank account was hacked over 24 times on both cards. When I would have questions, I would call them and they were unable to assist. One month later I had my first web page up and it was being advertised on Google for 3 days. I then started to receive emails from Google Adwords that I was permanently suspended from Adwords. When that happened I called immediately and requested a refund. I have been given the same song and dance about it takes corporate 7 – 10 days. It has been 6 weeks and still no refund. I asked for a number for corporate and they say they don’t have one. I believe that corporate does not exist. The employees have made up corporate so they have someone to blame. They are definitely pulling the wool over many peoples eyes. I am moving on and gonna make more money than they took from my husband and I. Good Luck to all of you who were scammed also!!

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  • ANDHERSON LINDOR says:

    May 25th, 2011 at 10:14 pm

    I dont know what happened, by may 12/20011 I subscribed to work from home with homecashflowsolutions and they received my $99.00 for this but I didn’t get any feedback from them, they got my e-mail, my phone number, my address . Do I have to wait or find other solutions from the company? Thanks

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    monica says:
    February 3rd, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    They are very hard to reach but keep trying especially after 8pm.One thing I would advice is do not lay out any money,because they will want you to pay them money to teach you how to make money on the website they set up.All the product they will set up on the website for you to sell, everyone have the the same product!so be smart and do the math.

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    Carolyn says:

    May 20th, 2011 at 12:29 pm

    I just filed a complaint with the FTC and BBB and I wanted to pass on a website link that I found about Home Cash Flow Solutions BBB rating of “F”.

    http://www.bbb.org/west-florida/business-reviews/work-at-home-companies/home-cash-flow-solution-in-largo-fl-90089555#ratingdetails

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    Carolyn says:

    May 20th, 2011 at 10:43 am

    I’m glad some of you received a refund, because I have not been able to. I have an email from Home Cash Flow Solutions claim stating “We are sorry to hear of your decision to cancel and would be more than happy to assist you in this process however due to security purposes put in plact to protect you we are unable to handle this requestion via email. Please call customer service and they will be happy to process your request.” I called and they couldn’t find my account and said that since they can’t find my account and that I didn’t know my username and password they could not refund my money.

    I sent an email to customer support with a copy of my order showing that I paid. They never responded. After waiting for a reply I called them back and this time they could find my account, but couldn’t refund my money because they felt I didn’t give it a fair try. I told them I would go to the bank and file a fraudulant charge they said to go ahead, but they will be contacted and will tell the same story and I wouldn’t get my refund. I paid $146.99. I will be at the bank today.

    They said if they could help me in any way to get the business up and running to let them know. I told them I don’t need any help from them especially with they way they do business and that I would be posting this online so others will know how they operate.

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  • Anonidentity says:

    May 18th, 2011 at 10:04 pm

    This is for those who have fallen victim to this scam…

    Have any of you been receiving calls from a Traffic Guru Institute on a daily basis? I’ve been getting calls from them every day, but I’ve always been unavailable. I kept calling them to tell them to stop calling me. I filed a case with my bank disputing this charge, and I gave them all the information I had about Home Cash Flow and Traffic Guru. The calls stopped for several weeks afterwards. I actually got my 97 dollars credited back into my account, but now I’m still getting calls from Traffic Guru. I called them back once again and told them I had cancelled my account with Home Cash Flow Solution, and the girl said that my phone number would take a while before being removed from their system, which I think is bullshit.

    I hope this is unrelated, and perhaps someone having the wrong number, but I got a missed call from Durham and Durham law offices, which are debt collectors. I am in no kind of debt at all, nor do I owe anyone any money. I desperately want these people to leave me alone for good, but I feel like my life is going to be ruined. I really need help!

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  • Joe C says:

    May 16th, 2011 at 7:16 pm

    Thank you to all. I read everything Home Cash Flow Solutions presented in their shpeel verbatim and red flags came up. I then googled around and came here to see what others had to say about this unbelievable opportunity…before I committed to any monies. Well, again thank you to everyone that taught me with their unfortunate experience. You saved me money and a lot of headaches trying to deal with these cons. You have to admit though that the changing available positions, the $2000.00 worth of product & services discounted to $149.00 then to $97.00 then when you try to leave the site it goes down to an amazing $49.00. It just STINKS of SCAM! I am going to go and change my passwords on everything just for the hell of it. I don’t trust these guys. I’ve gotten bitten before and once they have you in their grip it is a difficult task to get rid of them. God Bless all of you for helping me.

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  • George says:

    May 15th, 2011 at 7:02 am

    For those of you who recieved a refund right away? Thank me! I had called Home Cash Flow Solutions and all I got was go ahead and call whoever!! Guess what? I did make contact with the FTC, FBI, BBB, I got results. My friend had her email account hacked by these people and they got her contacts and sent out the links!! The newest ones who posted on here? If I had NOT contacted any of these people about this scam? You probably would have not recieved a refund right away being this was already being looked into! All I got from the first person asking for a refund was you have to try it and after 8 weeks! If I had NOT made these contacts? I would have not had my refund sitting in the bank last Friday! Results DO happen!!!

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    Dorothy Cody says:

    May 13th, 2011 at 5:43 pm

    Well, I am glad to announce even though I too was scammed. I signed up yesterday and got my full refund today. Yes, within 24 hours. First you have to make copies of each page and tell them you have it in writing and that your lawyer now has copies as well. You have to tell them that you have contacted the FBI and the BBB. Then you have to demand your money back with a confirmation number. If you have to get mean, after all it’s your money. They will put you on hold to check with management and then give you a confirmation number. Although we had no copies or no lawyer involved, and hadn’t contacted the FBI or the BBB. They will tell you 8 weeks and that you have to try it but, demand a refund. Then they will tell you 7-10 Business days. Thank God I got my full refund within 24 hours cause I sure needed my money. Remind them of the 365 Guarantee NO QUESTIONS ASKED REFUND POLICY. Don’t try it, cause then you might not get your money back. Have a great day!!!!

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    Elizabeth says:

    May 13th, 2011 at 8:44 am

    We all know this is a scam and I too was gobbled up by their heinous tactics when I received an email from a fellow church member suggesting I try this since I’m unemployed.

    Anyway, I just wanted to warn you about a couple of things:

    1.- call your bank and cancel your card

    2- notify your phone company IMMEDIATELY that you are blocking ALL third party billing charges. I had a company a few years ago start adding charges to my phone bill once I canceled my bank card.

    3. Notifying the BBB is a waste of time because only members of that organization are reported. The only folks to notify are the FTC and the local police to file a report. ALSO, notify your local channel 10 news and tell them that this company is using their station in a marketing scam.

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    Alma says:

    May 4th, 2011 at 7:19 am

    This is the first time this has ever happened to me. They hacked into my email and used my ex-husband’s name and well I’m in the same stories as the others. I am amazed on how they pulled this off. BUT I will persue them somehow. Today’s day is to make money, not give it away and none the less have it stolen from you! Not once but twice!!!!!!

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    Judi M says:

    May 2nd, 2011 at 7:15 pm

    THIS IS A SCAM!!!! These people hack into other people’s email to falsely advertise. I hope they get caught soon and have serious consequences!

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    George says:

    May 2nd, 2011 at 6:01 pm

    If anyone can prove they had their emails hacked and stolen from this company? You can also file a complaint with the FBI.. The more you can share with the FBI, Federal Trade Commission, BBB the better we can get this out and close these cons up!

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    George says:

    May 2nd, 2011 at 2:58 am

    All you need to do is contact the Federal Trade Commission and file a complaint.. That’s the only thing you can do for now in order for anything to get done if it happens? Google the FTC and it will be the very first link that pops up and go from there to file a complaint.. They got into my emails and used one of my friends email address to scam me as well! Everything looked so legit? They constantly change the area and say there’s only 2 openings left! I should have known better? I will learn from this! Con artist!

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  • Paula says:

    April 30th, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    I was finally given the correct link to their refund policy: homehelpcs.com. Kaitlyn at customer service said that my money would be refunded after 8 weeks if I put up a website or post links. We shall see.

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    Paula says:

    April 29th, 2011 at 8:48 pm

    I got an e mail that appeared to be from someone I respect but do not hear from often. It didn’t really sound like her, but I wanted to believe it was an answer to prayer. I wrote back to her and got a second link to information about Home Cash Flow Solutions, so I signed up. Only then did I hear back from my friend saying that she had not sent those two e mails. At this point I found this website ( why did I not do this BEFORE I signed up??) and fortunately missing my “mentor” call. I called my credit card company and told them I wanted to dispute the charge. They said they would have to wait until it is no longer “pending” and suggested I call the merchant. My first call was cordial. A woman named Debbie suggested I skip to steps 6-12 and just start with affiliate marketing. After doing this, I was very sure that this was not something I wanted to pursue. I called again and said that I wanted to cancel. The woman I spoke with this time told me that it was in the terms and conditions that I had to post a website or blog to show that I had tried the program, and that I could not get a refund for 8 weeks. I stated that the guarantee had said that I could get a refund at any time if I was not fully satisfied. She told me to go to the terms and conditions. There is nothing in the terms and conditions about a guarantee of any kind, and I have not been able to find that original guarantee. I informed her I would be disputing the charge with my credit card company and hung up. I will be following up. The lesson learned: I can’t trust everybody to deal with me fairly or represent themselves honestly. Thank you for this forum.

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    sara says:

    April 29th, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    I was suckered in hook line and sinker. i realized it was a scam the second I hit submit with my credit card info. after numerous calls to the rude person that answers the phone (when i pointed out to her that i knew she was the same person answering the phone each time i called, she replied well if you just talked to me then what’s my name), I contacted the BBB, filed a dispute with my bank, and filed a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center. I then saw the comment from someone about the live chat help and tried that out. Once I told him I had did all of the above, he responded with the date, time, amount of refund and confirmation number. Printed the conversation out and will be waiting to see what happens

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    DAVE says:

    April 26th, 2011 at 3:09 pm

    This so called company has stolen my nieces email address and is sending fake email to all her contacts this is a SCAM DON’T EVEN LOOK AT THERE BS

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  • Anonidentity says:

    April 20th, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    @ Jocelyn

    Way to go making God seem like a sick, twisted kid with an ant farm. That whole sentence didn’t come out right at all. It’s good you didn’t fall for the scam like the majority of us though.

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    Darcy says:

    April 19th, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    This program is awful! I tried to set up my website but none of the links were valid anymore. when i went to set up my domain name the coupon code they gave me wasn’t valid either. I called to cancel my account and they told me I had to wait 8-weeks. I asked to talk to a supervisor and she told me I could hang up and call back but that was all she could do for me. I will be calling back in 8 weeks to cancel but I don’t feel I should have to. When I can’t even set up my website, how am I supposed to try the program to make money. DON’T USE THIS PROGRAM!!!

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    JOCELYN says:

    April 19th, 2011 at 1:58 am

    MANY THANKS TO GOD THAT HE USED ALL OF YOU TO KEEP ME SAFE FROM THIS SCAM, I WAS ON MY WAY TO PAY THE $97 BEFORE I FOUND OUT THAT IT WAS JUST A SCAM. I CHECKED ALL ARTICLES CONCERNING THIS WORK AT HOME SOLUTION ON GOOGLE AND I SAW YOUR ARTICLE. MANY THANKS

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    corey says:

    April 17th, 2011 at 1:32 am

    wow i cant believe so many people got scammed. well add me to the list. i should have looked these people up before i gave my 97.00 plus 15.00 for a domain name. man, i feel like a fool. see i filed unemployment from my work from offshore and these guys are in my unemployment email info so i figured this was a legit business, something different for me. guess i was wrong. well come Monday 4-18-11 i will be calling to be refunded and my bank has already been notify by online email so we shall see. i rather be hurt for the small amount then to be robbed for a larger amount good luck

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  • Michael says:

    April 15th, 2011 at 12:19 pm

    @ Patricia (4/14) Here is how this sort of thing happens (my example): On Sunday March 27 in the early morning hours, someone broke into one of my email accounts (I primarily send all of my junk email to it but send emails to my real email address from time to time). They were able to break into this account because I use the same generic password for anything I don’t really care about. This includes all of the internet forums or websites that I have to log in to.

    What happens is that one of these forums or websites get hacked and they will find the email address and passwords of members. Then they go back to your email address and try to log in with that password. If they are successful, like they were in my case, then they will proceed to send emails to everyone in your contact list. The emails will look something like this:

    **********

    “My wife is so happy with my new found money success, She wants me to help others get there. want help? Aspire to be great, and you’ll be great. You just have to grab life. Change what everyone thinks of you. Succeed. Do this now, don’t worry about going to the store for whatever you need or want. Do it now, not next friday http://jobnewsta.com/finance/?story=1g4r2 This is not a joke. This if your life and the choices you get to make, So what’re you gonna do?”

    **********

    My real email address was the only email in the contact list. So, I just found it a little odd that I was getting an email from myself claiming that I had a wife. I quickly went back into the yahoo junk mail account and saw that it was a real email sent from this email address in the sent mail and a couple of drafts to other websites ready to go. I obviously changed the password and stopped the person before they could send the other drafts.

    Sometimes when you get an email from yourself it really isn’t a real email sent from your account. This is called spoofing; but what these people are doing is hacking email addresses and sending the emails to people in the email contact lists.

    *******

    If you want to avoid falling for this trick in the future, do this simple step to make sure that the website you are planning on making a purchase at is legitimate: Type the URL of the website in question (ex. ehomecashflowsolution.com) into google’s search. If the Website in question is not No. 1 in the search results, then the site has been banned by google. If a site is banned by google, they are not a legitimate company and don’t give them any personal information at all.

    My credentials are 5 years of internet marketing experience and search engine optimization as well as 5 years experience in computer and network repair (hardware/software) and tech support. I’ve seen everything that people have tried and I can called BS on any scam that these people use.

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  • Anonidentity says:

    April 14th, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    Patricia, do you know whether or not this consultant was from Traffic Guru Institute? Was it a 1 (702) number? I’m still receiving calls from those people, but I’m never available when they do call, otherwise I’d tell them to leave me alone. My account with Home Cash Flow Solution was already canceled.

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    Patricia says:

    April 14th, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    I too fell victim to this scam. An email was sent from a friend that said he made over $9,000.00 from this site. I called him to check it out but he was not home. I knew that if he did this, that it was good enough for me. I signed up and when I spoke to my consultant, he was trying to talk me into spending $3500.00 on my new business. Luckily I had canceled my credit card and told him I would not have the new one for a few more days. In that time I talked to my friend and found out someone had hacked into his contact list and he knew nothing about any of it. When they called back I told them I was not interested and I am still waiting for my refund. How does stuff like this happen????

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    Anonidentity says:

    April 12th, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    Please do not fall for this scam. I purchased their program Thursday night, paid $97. I went to make a small purchase the next day, and to my surprise, my check card was declined. I never had that problem before, so I had to call my bank and have them remove the lock. The transaction on the merchant’s end came out of Cyprus, which is out of country. I found that a little odd and decided to investigate them a little further, and here I am. Having reason to believe they were a big scam, I e mailed them for a refund, but I got a reply with a number that I would need to call.

    I called and spoke to some rude bitch who said that I had to try the product for 8 weeks before I could get a refund. I called my bank and told them that I believe I was scammed, but they couldn’t do anything at the time because the transaction was still pending. I received a call Monday morning from some lady saying she was from the Home Cash Flow Solution, and I immediately told her I wanted to cancel and wanted a refund, and she said she would put me down as “canceled” and wished me the best of luck.

    To make it worse, I kept getting calls from an unknown number. I finally called them to find out who they were, and they said they were the Traffic Guru Institute. I spoke a guy and told him the whole situation, and he tried to get me to change my mind, even after telling him I canceled. He said he failed to understand my reasoning, and I hung up. I still kept getting calls from that number, and I called them back later to tell them to stop calling and that I canceled. I spoke to a lady who gave me the number to the cancellation department for Home Cash Flow Solution. I called them once again and spoke to a different girl. I told her everything I have mentioned in this comment so far, and she claimed that Traffic Guru Institute was in no way affiliated with them, and that she had never heard of them. I then asked her why they would give me the cancellation number if they weren’t affiliated with them, and got some bullshit. She said that my account was cancelled, but I’d have to call back in 8 weeks to be issued a full refund. I asked for a specific date and got one.

    I have a feeling that I’ll be fed more bull if and when I do call them back. My bank is already fully aware of my situation, and I’m sending them a form disputing this transaction. I even told them about this Traffic Guru Institute. And if they weren’t affiliated with Home Cash Flow Solution, then why do they have my phone number? I also wouldn’t put it past them to have my check card number. I don’t feel comfortable with them having my phone number. I’m relieved they didn’t get my home number, and I don’t think they have my address. I was never asked for my address when I made this transaction. I also had my check card canceled and I’m getting a new one mailed to me. Now they don’t have access to my checking account anymore, which gives me a little more peace of mind. I just hope that my bank can come through for me. I just hope someone else read this before they purchased the Home Cash Flow Solution. I would give the program a rating of ’0′ if I could.

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    Cindy says:

    April 11th, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    I am very disgusted that I received a e-mail from home cash flow solution that appeared to come from a person who has been dead 18 months now.Which means someone hacked his account and is sending e-mails to those on his list, pretending to be someone who he is not.I hope who ever did this feels real good pretending to be a dead person. The man is not only dead he killed another before taking his own life.So in short home cash flow solutions is being represented by a hacker.Anything for a buck right??

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    Richard says:

    April 5th, 2011 at 11:32 pm

    I also fell for the scam from home cash flow. I paid $49.99 and after a few days I wasnt satisfied. I tried getting my money refunded, but they kept telling me i need to try their products first. Well I have contacted my bank about it and will see what happens

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    Sydney says:

    April 4th, 2011 at 5:47 am

    Thanks for the warnings all! I almost fell for this scam too because the text presentation was very convincing! But the old adage remains…’if it’s sounds too good to be true…it most probably is! There is no such thing on earth as something for nothing! If you do not add value to people’s lives’, you cannot make money! Period! Sorry for all the desperate folks out there who were scammed! It’s better to look before you leap next time.

    PS. I do not understand why companies like CCN, Fox News etc. cannot sue the scammers for using their logos if the site is not legit!

    Sydney

    South Africa

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  • Tina says:

    April 3rd, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    Thank you so much, it sounded too good to be true but in hard times, I almost did it. I decided to call my son and he warned me of scams and suggested I looked for some related blogs so thank you so much for setting me straight.

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    Sondy C says:

    April 3rd, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    Thank God for your website. I received this email from a friend and thought it sounded like a great way to make extra cash. I went to the BBB and they had nothing on this company – what’s up with that!!! Keep up the great job there are a lot of people out there looking for work and this is the last thing they need to be taken by crooks. I thought it sounded like it was a little good to be true, so I did a search and found your website, thank you for being there!

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  • andrew says:

    April 2nd, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    Definitely a scam… heres how I can tell.

    I live in Lima Peru. I was sent a link from one of the ‘fake news sites’. The link came from a friend so I still curiously checked it out. It mentions a woman from “Lima.” It doesn’t say which Lima though. It was an American name and there is a Lima,OH, but this seemed odd.

    Then I went to the site, and put in my zip code from the USA. It still told me there were 2 positions left in Lima. So clearly they check your IP and not the zip you put in, meaning the opening position thing is likely BS.

    Also if you go to the $97 offer page, and try to navigate away, they offer it for $50.

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    Carolyn says:

    March 31st, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    Thanks so much guys I purchase it this week and after one of their phone calls to me trying to get an additonal $5000 from me and asking all personnel questions I told them i was going to call them back then i googled it and found u guys and realized i was being scammed luckily i did not give out any info…so i called them up and of they tried to tell me that i cannot get any refund until i have tried it for 8 weeks and as so as I mentioned that i spoke with my bank as Armando said sure enough I got it cancelled immediately with my full refund for the $97…they really need to be on blast on the news or something…

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    Armando Marquez says:

    March 30th, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    Well I hate to admit it but I fell for the scam as well. However, I was able to get my full refund. I just called them and told them that I wasn’t happy with this product. They tried to keep me on the program for a little longer but I said that I wasn’t happy with it and wanted a full refund. Make sure that you get a conformation number when you talk to them. That makes it official. Good Luck !!

    Here’s the contact numbers to these thieves:

    US Toll Free: 1-877-663-5057 (Monday to Friday: 9am to 7pm EST. US)
    Canada: 1-877-778-8350
    UK: 0-800-014-8175
    Australia: 1-800-757-069

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  • Emily says:

    March 28th, 2011 at 8:02 am

    I just called to get my refund they tell you they cannot give it to until 8 weeks but as soon as you mention bank.. they put you on hold and say okay we will issue you the refund so if they give you any trouble… bring up your bank!!!

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  • Michael says:

    March 27th, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    Obviously this is a scam. I received an email from MYSELF that linked to this site. Here are a couple things you should do if you ever think a website is a scam:

    1) Type in the website URL into google: ehomecashflowsolution.com – you notice how the actual website is not first on the list with a proper description and title. This means that google has banned the website from any of its searches.

    Compare that to a site that I have created. You can see that even though the site wasn’t professionally made, you still see the title and description of my website listed 1st and several other pages from my site listed right after. If the site you look up doesn’t show up this way, it’s been banned by google.

    If google has banned a website, its a sure sign that they are up to no good. Google doesn’t ban just any site; that’s why you can find porn and gambling on Google. There is also a Firefox plugin that will allow you to see the date that a webpage was last cached in Google. If it does not show up with a result, the website has already been banned.

    2) Don’t trust all negative reviews. This is a search engine technique to rank highly in google and not all of them are honest. There are even some that are made by the creators of the original website for purposes of convincing people that they are on the up-and-up.

    An example of this is FatBurningFurnace.com – type in “fat burning furnace scam” into google and you will find some of the sites directly link back to FatBurningFurnace.com. The sites were either created by that website or the creators are known as “affiliates” and make money off of sending you back to the website.

    3) If you ever see the following “As seen on” with a list of news networks, it’s a scam. Period, end of story!

    These same websites will often have a list of comments that seem to well thought out to be actual Americans commenting on the subject; but they will always be closed for commenting.

    4) Finally, if the webpage that got you to the site only has one outgoing link … to the scam page … and none of the other “buttons” on the page work (in my case http://jobnewsta.com/finance/?story=1g4r2), then they are trying to funnel you to a bogus website.

    One more example I would like to throw up here. My friend recently got ripped off with fake Air Jordan shoes. He gave me the website he got them from (kixstore.com). He asked me to check it out and I found another scamming technique that people use. The website used to be real, but was dropped by the original creator; then someone in China bought the “dropped domain” and redirected the whole site to kixstores.com (with an ‘s’ at the end of store). Redirecting domains like this is another way website scammers like to try to fool people.

    Use the techniques above to make sure you never get scammed again!

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  • Konni Melin says:

    March 27th, 2011 at 2:07 am

    Also fell for HCFS! Came from e-mail of dear friend. I called her next morning and she said she never sent it. I was charged $97 plus a $2.91 foreign transaction fee! I called my bank and they called HCFS phone #, with me on the line, and asked the Rep. to remove the charges. Both charges were removed in two days. The bank also recommended a new card. Now, there is a nice piece of property for sale, cheap, in the Okiefenokie(sp?)Swamp! Should I look into it! HA!

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    Carol O'Neill says:

    March 26th, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    Home Cash Flow Solutions hacked into my daughter’s e-mail site and they sent an e-mail from her to me with her e-mail address as the sender. The subject said “Mom” and the e-mail started with “Mom” then saying she was shocked at how much money she was making with the program. Since it was late at night and me being enthusiastic, I fell for this scam and was very sorry in the morning after speaking to my daughter. My granddaughter also received an e-mail and probably everyone else on the address list. Now I’m trying to get my $97.00 back and I had to cancel my credit card. I thought I knew better than to fall for a scam, but when you think an e-mail is from family you tend to believe it.

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    ihayn says:

    March 26th, 2011 at 7:19 pm

    Just as I thought, another scam because my friend that sent me e-mails of this link, she kept on sending and sending until my inbox was full, well not totally. She would not do this because she is not the type of person that does this. I think her contact list was hacked or something. I clicked on the link and typed in my first name, my real name and I thought twice. Then it hit me in the head, when they needed my cc! Glad I did a U-turn because I started to read da responses and most of them took the words right outta my mouth.

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    ak says:

    March 26th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    these guys not only hacked my contact list, but sent all of my friends, co-workers, and restricted addresses there damn advertisement, Beware, they are hackers and it looks like a scam…

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    Richard Beeney says:

    March 23rd, 2011 at 7:19 pm

    I got scammed this morning!!! I just got off the line with their contact us dept. The little lady whom I talked to tried to get me to at least TRY the program…she tried at least 6 times repeatedly. I did the broken record thing and just kept saying I want a refund and that the reason was I simply changed my mind!!! Finally after I asked her which part of I want a refund she didn’t understand she finally took the time and processed the refund. It should go through in 5-10 business days she told me. So I went immediately to my bank and they are on the alert for it and will keep me notified. Hopefully it will happen and I will get my $97.00 back

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    Dan says:

    March 23rd, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    what I find really disturbing about this is not that so many of us got scammed. We were all looking for a way to make money, and perhaps spend more time with the ones we love and care about. Not a horrible concept. But, what is truly unforgivable is that dirt-bag low lives like these aren’t preying upon individuals, or corporations with massive disposable incomes. the majority of people who sign up for this are either out of work, or at a very low pay job, and they are trying to find a way to better themselves. It’s really just the opposite of the Robin Hood story!!! hope anyone affiliated with scams like this have a spot waiting for them below.

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    Danny I. says:

    March 23rd, 2011 at 3:43 pm

    This company spammed my account and sent emails to my contacts with their advertising without my permission. Has any one had similar experience? I am definitely reporting to better business bureau.

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    Dee says:

    March 23rd, 2011 at 1:01 am

    People, People,People. For the sake of your sanity, don’t ever send your credit card information to anyone on a GET RICH OVERNIGHT SCHEME. If this site was true, then why in the H*** are so many people unemployed and losing their homes and cars? When a friend of mine sent me this b.s. I replied to her with some harsh criticism. When I thought about it, she could have been a part of the SCAM to recruit me. And maybe not. They could have hacked her e=mail account. It’s funny that she never replied to my e-mail. I am smart, there is no freggin way I would give these blood suckers my debit card information. I am unemployed, however I am living off my savings, I would be a fool to share my saving with them. These fools could have made me homeless and starve to death if I was stupid. ALWAYS LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP. IF IT’S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, BE TRUE TO YOURSELF. Sorry for all the agony these fools caused innocent people. Hope everyone gets their refund. If not let this be a life’s lesson. Lots of amazing ALOHA, with love to all of you. Be well and stay safe.

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    April says:

    March 22nd, 2011 at 11:55 am

    I wish I has seen this site before I paid for the scam. Luckily I made the right move after about 2 hours of trying the program out I immediately filed a dispute with my bank on the charge, I wrote the BBB, and I wrote the support team to let them know I wanted to cancel. I get 2 e-mails from them stating

    At 6:49 pm PST – A request for support has been created and assigned ticket #679079. A representative will follow-up with you as soon as possible. Our support office hours are between Monday-Friday 9am-7pm EST. If a support request is received outside of these hours, we will handle your request as soon as we are back in the office.

    Support Dept

    7:02 pm PST – A customer support staff member has replied to your support request, #679079 with the following response:

    Thank you for your recent purchase of The Home Cash Flow Solution, the #1 home profit system. We are sorry to hear of your decision to cancel and would be more than happy to assist you in this process however due to security purposes put in place to protect you we are unable to handle this request via email. Please call customer service and they will be happy to process your request:

    It is funny to me how their hours of operating times are supposed to be set in EST and it was after 9 their time when they responsed, definitely a RED FLAG. I did this all yesterday.

    Now today I have the money back into my account less than 24 hours later and I will never fall for online at home “work” websites again.

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  • Carol says:

    March 22nd, 2011 at 11:51 am

    I too became a victim of this HCFS scam and I am now in the process of trying to get my refund of the monies I invested. I cancelled my credit card to void any further charges. Today I sent a fedex letter of agreement cancellation to their office in American Fork, Utah. I don’t believe that I will get a refund but I need to try. Along with the letter I am reporting them to the BBB, FTC, and any other government agency I can locate to put in a complaint against this company.

    After I became a member (so to speak) I was taken to another site where they instructed me to speak to their Startup Specialist who will interview you to see if you qualify. He asked various questions regarding a starting of a internet business and investment. Believing the original HCFS site with the various tv logos and videos, I continued. I did invest alot of my hard earned money only to find out that it is nothing but a scam. I am embarrassed as well as mentally and physically drained at this point and financially out of alot of my monies. Any information or further advice would be appreciated.

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  • djw4299 says:

    March 21st, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    File a dispute with your bank…That’s how i got my money back in less than 2 weeks

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    Chris says:

    March 20th, 2011 at 9:32 pm

    If you were scammed by this ridiculous site file a complaint with the Federal Government at this link.

    http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx.

    Help put an end to jerks who decieve people out of their money.

    This is an obvious scam as it will hack your email and send everyone in your address this dumb, unprofessional email with a link that clearly LOOKS suspicious.

    Hope this helps someone.

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  • Kiitan says:

    March 20th, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    Thanks for this wonderful website. Just wondering how many people out there that tried this without checking and now licking their wounds. It is unfortunate that as big as the Internet people are still not tapping into its potentials so that they are not scammed. I got an email from a friend and did a check before going to their site, as soon as I see the design of the site, I know it is one of those scammer’s website. Then checked again and came to this site. I am not disappointed. Thanks for the good work!

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    ABBAfan says:

    March 19th, 2011 at 1:44 am

    HCFS decided to take over £200 out of my bank account for some reason. I phoned up and asked to cancel and for a full refund. They refunded less than half the amount so I phoned them back asking for the rest and they said they would refund the rest. The next day, instead of a refund, I find they are attempting to take more money out. I then phoned my bank and they asked for all the full details of this company. After I told them, they put a stop on the money they were trying to take out, cancelled my debit card and reimbursed me the money HCFS owed me. I.E. my bank has taken on their debt and are going to attempt to recover the money themselves.
    They asked me if I wanted the police involved and I said yes, somebody needs to stand up to these thieves. Just waiting to see what happens next.

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    Peter says:

    March 18th, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    I have registered on this site and paid $97.00 only. I have talked to a Mentor named Christian with a phone number of 1-208-938-9745. He asked me to spend $1,800.00 before continuing with the program. This is what he wants me to spend after asking for my credit card available balance. He was pointing out that I must or should be a decision maker and if I am not then he can’t further teach me. This was the red flag for me.

    I sent an e-mail to them and they responded stating that I must call them on one of their Toll Free numbers. I called the US Toll Free 1-877-663-5057 today(Friday, March 18th of 2011). The costumer representative said that I can’t get a full refund if I do not meet their requirement of two(2) weeks active membership. If I still want a refund now, she said that i will only get a partial refund of 25%. I asked here name and it was Jeslie and I asked for an employee number but she said they do not have that.

    Right now, I saw my online banking and it states that these scammers already charged me an additional $1.97. Why charge me this? I did not use any other services that needs any payment. I have stopped logging on since I realized that the Mentor and this site is a scam. I am currently seeking help with my bank and I hope that we can resolve this.

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  • Chubavin says:

    March 18th, 2011 at 8:14 am

    it is always good to ask, i just filled out their secure payment form but failed to fill in the state since i am not in america. they rejected my payment then on second thought i googled the name to see if there are another options for non american residents then God saved me through your testimonies. i am glad for what you just did for me, because i was blinded by what i saw as an authenthic tv adverts, cnn, bbc and foxnews logos.

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  • phil says:

    March 17th, 2011 at 1:47 pm

    Hi friends,

    This is all FAKE. They have hacked my e-mail and are sending mails by the mailing address of my cousin with whom i have not been in contact from past several years.

    From now on I am even trying NOT to use emails.

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  • Johann says:

    March 17th, 2011 at 9:35 am

    I was lucky, after reading this page, I went on their website: http://www.hcfsmembers.com/members/support.php and chatted to the live help. My money was refunded. It helps chatting to a live person.

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    Johann says:

    March 17th, 2011 at 8:20 am

    I paid for the program, and one upgrade and I just saw that it’s nothing new that all the other affiliate marketing sites. I asked for my refund the same day per email, as per their 60 day money back guarantee. They just emailed me back and gave me telephone numbers (none working) to phone, because I should phone and ask for my refund “because of all the scams on the net.” I’ve been trying to phone all the numbers now for a couple of weeks, with no luck. UK number is cut and USA number keeps on giving me a busy tone. Here are the numbers they gave me, maybe someone can get through, because I’m sitting here in South Africa, I kept on thinking it’s because it’s a international call.

    “A customer support staff member has replied to your support request, #164966 with the following response:

    Thank you for your recent purchase of The Home Cash Flow Solution, the #1 home profit system. We are sorry to hear of your decision to cancel and would be more than happy to assist you in this process however due to security purposes put in place to protect you we are unable to handle this request via email. Please call customer service and they will be happy to process your request:

    US Toll Free
    1-877-663-5057

    UK Toll Free
    0-800-014-8175

    Canada Toll Free
    1-877-778-8350

    Australia Toll Free
    1-800-757-069

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    Carolyn says:

    March 15th, 2011 at 8:04 pm

    Yes. I am another one that was scammed of my hard earned cash.

    I have recently lost my job and thought that this would be a good idea to work at home so that I could get some money to feed my family. But unknowingly I began filling out the information. On completion I was given a log in page link and a confirmation number. As I began looking into the information I realized that each of the programs had a cost. I then made a call to the company requesting my discontinuation in the program. They then told me that I ordered the VIP package and my money could not be refunded, as I could have access to the program at any time. How unfortunate that these people could use others as prey. Are these people for real!

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  • Debbie says:

    March 15th, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    They hacked my email and stole my contacts and sent their email to ALL of them. If they don’t stop, I will contact the proper authorities.

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    I English says:

    March 14th, 2011 at 4:22 pm

    Beware of ehomecashflowsolution.com scam which is similar to the Google link scam. I did some research and also checked them out at the Better Business Bureau website: F rating multiple complaints.

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    Patti Aimoe says:

    March 14th, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    They sucked me in till the 3rd time they wanted money. That’s when I made some calls. I found out they are fake. Right from using the name Jason Hall-fake name- isn’t that fraud? Then say it’s 100% refundable, but you have to try it for 8 weeks. I say..sorry I am reporting it to the scammers list and have posted it everywhere I can. They also hacked my cousins email to send it to me. That is also illegal. How honorable can that be? I better have my refund within 72hr. or else further action will be taken. DON”T GO THERE !!!!If it sounds to good..it is. It is VERY difficult to make money without paying for more REAL websites to advertise on instead of their fake ones.

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    MLC says:

    March 13th, 2011 at 3:32 am

    Almost did it…I just came from the website…same story…email from a longtime friend that I haven’t heard from in years…funny thing…when I tried to leave the site they offered me a 50% discount if I stayed….they will do anything!

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    Ale says:

    March 12th, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    Wow… i was just about to get enrolled in this SCAM. Thanks to this review i hold it back, Now, im in Mexico!! Cancun to be accurate. And the way i got this link was same thing, thru a friend asking me to make a translation for her, saw this little link, checked it out and seemed to be a fair deal… These guys are good!!! Of course on the naughty side.
    I saw as well the news and thats what made me consider to “invest” this money on the project. It made kind of sense. They even used a local woman’s name on the news report and to be honest, having the logos of CNN FOx NEWS and so on, well, you think is a reputable source.

    Any way, thanks to you all for saving me 97 usd.

    i rather use them on night club and drinks tonight!!

    Good luck to all!
    Alejandro

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  • jas says:

    March 12th, 2011 at 12:26 am

    I had an email from someone I worked with in the past and in it, he encouraged me to join the Home Cash Flow Solution (Universal). I replied and asked him to send me his cell # so that I can discuss it with him. In response he did not include his cell contact but instead encouraged me again to join! That to me is a red flag.

    I think what has happened is that somehow, my friend’s email contacts have been stolen/copied and now I (and others in his email list) are getting such emails and these emails are being posed as coming from him!!

    Beware of such schemes…You can’t make money out of thin air and moreover ask yourself: if someone does come up with an easy money making idea, why on earth would he/she share it with anyone..why? so beware…

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    djw4299 says:

    March 11th, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK HERE IS HOW! I filed a dispute with my bank, and they got ahold of this company and they were required to give me my refund….The first person I talked to was really mean…but when i called back after my bank made a call, all i said was im calling to get my refund and that i filed a dispute with my bank and i had it in my account less than a week later! you have to have the name of the person you talked to when you tried to get your money back by calling the 800#, the date you called them…and what they told you…or why they wouldn’t give you the refund….it was really easy…best of luck to everyone!

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    adinq says:

    March 9th, 2011 at 4:09 am

    SCAM – I traced all the different ip addresses on the links and DNS all of them – it links to a host site called TrinityData – which claim they’re a some religions group. They’re the ones that run this scam – AVOID with your life.

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  • David Crabb says:

    March 4th, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Darn, I fell for it too, before checking them out, canceled my credit card but too late. Got to their website via tv news link look out!!!

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    old employee says:

    March 4th, 2011 at 8:57 am

    I used 2 be an employee of hcfs and it can work. They don’t tell you how b/c ‘ive personally seen it work, but there are tens and tens of thousands of people about 200 people an hr. sign up. They all have the same website except a handful that work. “Those that work did not use the templates they hired a web specialist” “not with hcfs” and they relocated out of fl to utah to save $1.50 an hr. I was one of 150 who lost their job with no notice, not even a days notice.

    That guarantee is actually 365 days, it’s not mentioned but it’s there. Jason Hall is a fictional person, all the testimonials are fictional all done by upper management. I have helped hundreds get their site up and they still don’t work. And there is a startup specialist but its 5k-20k. They ask you how much you have in the bank? Do u own ur home? etc. 2 see how much you can spend, and it’s the same people doing the work.

    DON’T BUY HCFS OR EHOME PROFIT KIT, that’s the new kit they are going to offer. What they offer you can get for free because all they offer is tutorials and u can go to w3 schools, learn the same stuff for free and buy lots of ebooks w/ resale rights. For $30 you get 1000 ebooks.

    The hacked emails are all done when you visit the site and buy the program. They say it’s someone else but it’s the upper management. They are all fakes that have lots of pc skills, the company makes about $135k a day off new “signups” and about $50k a day in upgrades and that’s all little to the $150k-400k in start up specialists, that’s just about 250k a day for them. And they will give u a refund because if they get “chargebacks” the merchant account that processes the cards will get “closed” and there is only 2 merchant accounts for the company that I know of. If more than 20% charge back, the accounts are frozen and the company closes and moves, starts a new name in new location and I’ve seen the name change. Let’s start from the beginning: ccg, impulse marketing, trifecta marketing, alliance marketing and finally hcfs. Avoid.

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    Dillon L says:

    March 4th, 2011 at 3:39 am

    I almost spent my grocery money on this. The grocery money that I made today by selling what little I have left to sell. Just like everybody else I got the link from a friend. He is always sending email forwards and such. I thought it was kind of odd that he sent the link right after I sent him an email. I ALMOST went to the bank to deposit my families grocery money to pay for this scam. It was pretty convincing. Then I googled it. Thank god I thought before I acted. I am so sorry for everybody else that was taken by this scam and I am grateful I was not. It is so hard to live these days that I was ready to spend our food money on a scam because I am that desperate. Thank the Lord I didnt

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  • debbie says:

    March 3rd, 2011 at 10:37 am

    I too almost bought into this program. But I decided to do some investigating to see if this was legit. As many others have found out, it is impossible to contact anyone at that company. I wish you all luck in trying to get your money back.

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    Mex says:

    March 2nd, 2011 at 1:55 pm

    I will like to thank everyone on this page for your info, i was ready to buy it, but now i can see the scam.
    THANK YOU AGAIN!!

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    TSD says:

    March 1st, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    BEWARE everyone! I was about to fall into this trap and thankfully I googled it first to get more info, needless to say I came upon tons of dreadful reviews and horror stories!
    Sucks I spent the last 2 hours reading up on this bull =(
    I hope you don’t do the same…

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    Marcia Stratton says:

    March 1st, 2011 at 4:14 pm

    I, too, was scammed by this group. I am currently unemployed, and thought this would be helpful for the time being. When I called to cancel, I was unable to get through for 5 days. I finally got through and was told that I had to wait for 2 months before I could get my refund which they stated was the policy explained on the page I signed. I never read that anywhere. They refused to give me an address that my attorney could contact them at to get my refund, and finally a supervisor hung up on me because she said I was yelling!! She obviously doesn’t know the meaning of yelling. One point against me for thinking there may be an honest company out there to help people.

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    idiot says:

    March 1st, 2011 at 2:05 pm

    I too alas was scammed … however after a 30min wait i finally talked with someone and was refunded my fee … course we will see over the next few days … i did make sure to get a confirmation # and the name of the agent (course could be false) and made sure to document the time of the conversation.

    Best of luck to you all.

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    Lori says:

    February 28th, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    Just an update…I called back and got them to refund my friend his money and got a confirmation number. I feel sorry for the lady I spoke with the people at the call center are just trying to work and make money like the rest of us. But needless to say this company is nothing but a SCAM. I would not and WILL not except the fact that they have an 8 week policy before giving a refund since the only reason he bought this was because of a hacker that got in my email and sent him the link and he thought it was checked by me.

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    Lori says:

    February 28th, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    These people are such a SCAM!!!!! My email was hacked and this trash was sent to my contacts. Unfortunately my friend thought it was from me and bought it. He asked me to check it out it is just what I thought. AVOID THIS AT ALL COSTS….It is suppose to have a money back guarantee….we will see.

    I am on the phone with customer support right now and sent her to this site so she could read all these postings. Let see what comes of this.Of course got put back on hold. The phone number to customer support in which you can only get when you buy it is….877-663-5057.

    She said she was totally unaware of this and is connecting me to a supervisor. Did not happen she got back on and told me to change my email password to stop the hacker. Well already done that and the damage has already been done. But I am like a pit bull I am not dropping this. I asked about my friend getting a refund told them that he need to call right now and quest it. So he is call now. To me $97 is no chump change. THEY REFUSED!!!!!!! They said he can call back in 8 weeks. BS I am calling them back NOW I will post if he got his money back. I am going to IC3.gov to report them!!!!!

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    Gillian Rowan says:

    February 26th, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    I recently received several emails from a friend’s email address in reference to personal issues/relationships. Home Cash Flow Solution’s website was included in these emails. I contacted my friend and was assured that he did not send these emails, however when he went into his email account it showed that these communications were sent by him. Since no one living with him can get into his internet account, it is clear that our accounts are being hacked in to. It goes without saying, this company is using illegal tactics to lure individuals into opening its website. I am in the process of reporting this to the authorities.

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    dan says:

    February 26th, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    hey i just got duped into this, have made an inquire to ic3.gov. please avoid this home cash flow solution fraud.
    if you have, cancel your cards ASAP! try contacting your card service as well, hope this helps.

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    Rakesh says:

    February 25th, 2011 at 4:55 am

    Oh Dear ,Oh Dear,I was Inches away from falling for this scam,even went up to the payment section and filled the details,then thought lets see some review about it,and came upon this site, checked and was shocked,your reviews saved me $97,thanks a lot,my advise,there is no such thing as working from home doing nothing and making money, if it was possible,why would they tell others?and why would they sell it?

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  • Tony says:

    February 24th, 2011 at 9:41 am

    I thank all of you that took the time to give your input about this scam, and I feel sorry for each one of you that fell for it and wish I could help. I’m sure there is someone that could help, I would start with the attorney general and see what they say about it.

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    Jay says:

    February 23rd, 2011 at 8:31 pm

    I was Also taken by these bastards. They even used a friend of mines email address so I thought my friend sent it to me to take a look and like an idiot I did wow! These guys better hope I do not find them I swear they will never be able to use a computer keyboard again! I’ ve got a good lead and they may be in Big Big trouble yes!

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    Mary Ellen says:

    February 23rd, 2011 at 5:01 pm

    Yesterday I signed up for Home Cash Flow Solutions which conceptually was a brilliant idea but functionally is a scam. Imagine my consternation when my bank informed me that I had been charged $97 ten times for a total of $970. These charges were made within a four minute span yesterday. Today, however, no customer representative can be found; no one answers at the corporate office; and all online customer support wants to do is sell me more product online. The 60 day refund is nowhere in sight and neither is a human presence. My next stop is the Internet Crime Complaint Center IC3.gov. and the Federal Trade Commission uce@fte.gov

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    Linda says:

    February 23rd, 2011 at 11:24 am

    I called my Bank and told them about the run a round. The BANK has given me credit. They also gave me a number to call 1-866-944-0887 and I spoke to a person by the name of KEN and he said he had processed my claim. I asked for a email, no can do. I ask for a tracking number. Yes, I got one, so we will see if they rev. it in 5 – 10 working days.

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    Connie Pecht says:

    February 22nd, 2011 at 11:59 am

    Home Cash Flow Solutions are using e-mail addresses stolen from a hacked e-mail account

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    Daisy says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    Well like everyone else that I have read about on this page, we were also taken as a fool. First of all we live on a tight budget. I live with my ex-husband since I can’t afford a place of my own. Well he is unemployed now and I am disabled which most of you know you don’t get that much money a month. I am not ashamed to say I only get $449.00 a month for rent,food,ect. So as for us being on a tight budget we both thought that just maybe this is something that would help us a little each month. Boy talk about walking into a brick wall with your eyes opened….we sure did. We bought it all hook line and sinker. First we had to pay them the $97.00 and then was told we needed a PayPal account (which didn’t cost us anything) but then they told us that we would have to sign up with Hostgator which was another $15.00 with each month now being $8.95.

    Well in the long run we bought the first book from Home Cash Flow Solution, which as I said was $97.00, then like fools we also bought 2 more books for $97.00 a piece. We have not seen any of them. So now each time I go onto one of their pages I see another page pop up about us buying another book. Do they really think we are that dumb?

    And as for the ad that they show from one of the big News reports saying that this lady from a town very close to me has done it and made a lots of money…HA HA!! You then click on another one of the links on that page and it is really the same thing we are doing now. Throwing money into a fire! If you will notice that no matter what town you are in that the ad always says that this woman is from a town close to you.

    So now if this is not a SCAM I wish someone would be kind and tell me what is! I am going to be one of the few that is going to STAND UP to get my money back and also having my debit card canceled so they won’t be able to use it again!

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    Erin says:

    February 20th, 2011 at 12:22 am

    SCAM!!! I signed up for this and did not like it so I emailed them to get a refund. They emailed me back saying it was fine for a refund to call them on the 1800 number. Well I have been trying for a week and the number does not even exist. My emails are now bouncing back to me and I cant get anywhere. I have lost my money and will never be sucked into this again. I will be looking into the matter further though to see if I can take it higher. People like this are unbelievable and should not be allowed to get away with it.

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    Olen says:

    February 17th, 2011 at 3:57 am

    Come on folks…if you get scammed by something like this, it is your own fault, sorry to say. Try to go to the Terms, Privacy or Contact links on the same page where you pay for the scam…and they do not exist. Plus, there is no means of contact or address on ANY of the related pages, at least not that I saw.

    Check out the source page and find where Jessica and her home town are listed and you will see that her name is there…but the town is a special script that automatically fills in your town, or one near you. So, lo and behold, everyone thinks she is a real person, almost a neighbor.

    Finally, do a search for the program name, or Jason Hall, followed by the word “scam”, and see what a load of complaints pop up.

    Then, spank yourself if you fall for scams like this because you did not do some easy precautionary work like above.

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  • Very Unhappy says:

    February 16th, 2011 at 9:44 pm

    I can’t believe I fell for this!!!!! this is the first time that I have done something like this online. I too asked for a refund and was told that I needed to complete the 8 weeks training course, then call back to get a refund. As the conversation continued he then changed the story that I could get 10% back. I didn’t want to hand over my credit card details any more. Is there anyone we can write to, to report this scam. I wish I had seen this website before entering into this scam. So so disappointed in myself.(

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    Linda says:

    February 16th, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    I was looking into this program when all of a sudden I came upon this page, miracle I would say, anyway I was wondering if the Attorney General in our states would do something about this? If not what about all those lawyers that say they will file suit for you, ( no payment unless they win the case)if this company ( and I use that word loosely)was to get suit after suit against them maybe they will think twice before trying to take people for a ride this would have to be done to each and every site like this, with people standing together perhaps we can stop all the scammers, it would take awhile but at least they would get the message that we will not let them off the hook. Another thing I don’t quite understand is why those companies that they are using ie nbc,etc allowing them to use their names and not stopping them,by any chance could they be getting a kick back? At this point all of us honest people must stick together and stop companies from taking from us what we cannot afford to lose,otherwise we wouldn’t be looking for honest work. Let’s stand united against these heartless and greedy people, if we all gang up on them at every turn, maybe we might be able to stop some of these crime making people, there will always be people like these, but we might be able to lessen the amount, maybe a jail term would give them time to think about what they are doing, and make them pay every person they took from, I would love to see them broke with no funds to carry out such scams, we need to make them pay and pay big for their crimes against us.

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    Karen O'Brien says:

    February 16th, 2011 at 8:11 am

    I was sucked into home cash flow solutions also. I repeatedly sent e-mails and made calls and they will not give me my refund. They are nothing but scam artists that take money from honest people trying to have a better life.

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    Don Gere says:

    February 15th, 2011 at 6:59 pm

    Well, I am glad to know I am not the only gullible one out there. Obviously I will try to get a refund. I figured out from the materials and sent two letters requesting a refund and
    then I found this site with the comments on it. Appreciate all the comments, just wish I had researched a little.

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    Edward says:

    February 15th, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    http://www.homecashflowsolution.com/earnings.html…If read, you realize what a scam of a website this is, right off the bat. They start off with: “We make every effort to ensure that we accurately represent our product and services and their potential for income”

    And then they have a GREAT disclaimer, because everyone OBVIOUSLY reads it:
    “The testimonials and examples used are exceptional results, which do not apply to the average purchaser, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results” “We cannot completely verify our customer statements in testimonials.”

    That is pathetic. So pathetic. When did it become a case of law where as long as a huge website of lies, which devastate innocent readers who want to just make an income. This is a crime, and it’s a tragedy that our law system has come to the point where it is unable to prosecute this.

    I might as well build a huge company, dedicated to scamming people. And right at the bottom of a website, I will put a tiny link, that will say “Everything on this website was a lie”. Then I’ve done everything legally, and I can easily make millions of dollars with little work. Luckily, I’m not a heartless bastard.

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  • chino says:

    February 14th, 2011 at 4:47 am

    thanks guys. but i wonder how they got my uncle’s e-mail address and use it to send a message to me

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    Andrea says:

    February 13th, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    I am very disappointed with Home Cash Flow Solutions, they claim to give you a refund, but when I asked to get my money back the rep. immediately said “no refund is given, you have a lifetime membership.” I then said “I am not happy with the program per se website and it states 100% guaranteed refund,” the rep. said you “cannot get a refund I am sorry for that but you cannot get a refund.” And he kept going on and on.

    I was shocked, no negotiation nor false promise of a refund, he flat out said “NO.” This is horrible, as an old cliche “It is not always what you do but how you do it.” They are the worst of the worst.

    This is a horrible blow, I’m very upset like many people, I was not looking for a get rich scheme, just something that I could enjoy doing, nonetheless to supplement my income. I will continue to work hard. I am a firm believer that dreams do come true.

    You all just keep your faith there is something out there, keep your head up, turn the negative into something positive folks tap into your talent and develop our own business.

    I have tried several MLM nothing have lead me to my niche. This seem to have been closed!!!!!

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  • Not Happy says:

    February 13th, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    I hate to admit it but I too fell for this scam hoping to generate some money to finish my degree and set some aside for my childrens education. I just got off the phone with them trying to get the refund and the rep is telling me he can refund only 10% of the $97.00 that I gave them… Not interested! I did go through the initial interview for the ‘mentor’ and in the end they wanted $10,750.00 guaranteeing that you would get that back in 3 months – their aim is to make you their success story! Yeah right!!!! Don’t do it!

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  • Rafael says:

    February 13th, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    I want to do the program it does sound good but there are a lot of bad reviews.

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    Brandon says:

    February 13th, 2011 at 9:29 am

    You know what I’d rather make money the hard earned way with a 9-5 than to try and scam a person, or mislead them with information….it makes no sense……. you know? I am so sorry all of you honest working people on here, which were looking for an honest income were let down…… and so was I….. its amazing how people which would be us who are in the “DON’T KNOW” can be so easily got over on…. I have been working at this Home Cash Flow Solution deal for WEEKS now…. and I tell you, once second I’m enthused about it & then the next second I’m not….. and today I was totally turned off…. and was convinced that I just can’t see this working…. I mean I don’t mind the hard work because any business takes hard work and studying and learning everyday, but this one here…. is not it…… I’m not a judgmental person but the books that we’re selling don’t even look credible….. I have set up a few blogs and several people have cast my blog link to my site where I sell the books off as being spam…… even though it may not be spam but it just looks like it…. and I hate that…. I am a quality person and believe in giving quality service whether I am performing them myself or through affiliate marketing……… and what we’re selling just doesn’t look quality I’m sorry….. Now what they teach with google adwords and some of the other things else are ehhhh…. ok but update it….. the video tutorials that we were shown were from a 2007 google adwords format….. so some of the things that they were showing on the video I couldn’t even find on 2011 dated version of google adwords….. which I think is somewhat misleading… if a person pays for a program keep it updated is all I’m saying…. whether additionally we’ll have to pay for something later on or not…… I gave this a program rating of 3 which is fair…. and the reason why because I think some of the information is pretty credible….. and I would advise anybody to take that information and maybe apply it to another gig….. So don’t give up people on here, you can make money on the net I believe it whole heartily and in an honest way, we just gotta keep searching…. But keep your eyes open for scams…..Anyway I hope this helps someone out and make you feel a little better and encourage you to keep trying because something is out there for you….. and I know one of my mantra’s is being determined to generate a decent income from an internet site and I plan to make it happen… Good day people.

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    panayiotis says:

    February 12th, 2011 at 6:44 am

    Unfortunately i am one of the guys that happens to “google” a program after they get scammed.
    I signed up yesterday to the program but since the time i got in the members areas i understood that i have been cheated again..I promise to myself ALWAYS to make a google search before i jump in one of these.

    I hope i will get a refund at the end..i will try to contact them later on the day and i will post the results i will get.

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    Debbie Maggiee says:

    February 11th, 2011 at 10:18 am

    I went along with it until I got a call from support services who said they would help me build my business, but along the line the phone got cut off and he never called back. I too fell for it and put out the web pages sent to me. After reading about the scams I called them up and was told a refund will be put on my card in 7-10 days. By day 3 I received a refund though it was £4 less. Paid £62 ($97) but received £58.38 back. Signed up with instant-customers.com at £49.95 for them to distribute my 10 websites. I received messages that it was on google, yahoo e.t.c. Some of them did come up when I checked but not all. As there is NO phone no for instant-customers.com I sent an email about my refund of £49.95 2daysago… Still waiting for a reply. Hope this helps anyone who wants to reclaim there money back.

    Debbie from UK

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    austin says:

    February 11th, 2011 at 12:09 am

    Thank God I didn’t press the button! Kinda thought it was a scam before I cam here. Now I see I was right. SCAM, SCAM, SCAM!!!!

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    Bob says:

    February 10th, 2011 at 11:24 pm

    This product is a scam. The website is constantly changing. one minute it says Clear Lake mom makes it big. The next it says Rice Lake mom makes it big and changes the name of the newspaper as well. The dates on the expiration of the 97$ is constantly changing. All the comments on their page have to be approved before put on and so no one sees the negative. They also put on their own comments to make themselves look good. They don’t include the price of hosting websites and consulting on the original price either. They say it will work when really its a bunch of crock. They scammed me and they will scam you too. I am awaiting reply to cancel it and give me my money back. I will let you know if they give it back or not (since i bought it last night). -ripped off and pissed off

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    Devin says:

    February 10th, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    I decided to go ahead and participate in this program before researching it. BAD IDEA!! I am now in the process of trying to contact them and conveniently their phone number doesn’t even exist! I did a live chat with one of there members and he said they were down and the check back in an hour or so. I did, still no dial tone. I will keep trying to get my money back but in the mean time everyone stay away. Not worth it unless you have lots of time on your hands and lots of money to spend.

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    Barbara says:

    February 10th, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    I too allowed myself to become a victim just today because the communication came from a known and trusted friend via my email. Come to find out my friend never sent the email as her account has been tapped into and using her address to Phish from. But GREAT NEWS! After reading this blog I didn’t bother calling them and called by bank to report phishing. The were happy to dispute this for me and canceled my debit card on the spot! Then I called the company to cancel and when ask why I stated I got this info under false representation and I do not trust your company and the my bank was already notified. Needless to say I was granted a refund on the spot! Even if you fell dumb stand up and get your money back!!!!!!

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    angie says:

    February 9th, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    I have the answer to the busy phone lines. Call1-877-448-5779. You will get a representative on the phone wanting you to set up your account. Tell them you’re trying to reach customer service and they’ll transfer you over to that #. But of course in the meantime, they try to get you to stay with the program for an even further discounted rate. Again, good luck. They’re promised my money in 7-10 days.

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    angie says:

    February 9th, 2011 at 11:48 am

    I was scammed. Yes, I fell for it too by an affiliate who made this sound way better than what it really is. If you have the time and the money, you could possibly be in the 1% it works for. I’ve tried this in the past for 8-10 hours a day (not through this site). I was in the 99% it didn’t work for. Of course, now I’m trying to get my money back. And how convenient for them that their phone lines aren’t working. I just joined on Saturday. They don’t answer phone calls on Saturdays. Will call credit card company to get money back if I have to. Company’s do no like you contacting the credit card company.

    Here are #’s for the ones who don’t have them: 1-877-663-5057…http://www.hcfsmembers.com/members/support.php (have to have password)…support@homecashflowsolution.com :(877)778-8350, #800-293-2720 and #801-406-9731.

    Good luck to me and you on getting our money back!!!

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    Thomas Hoi says:

    February 9th, 2011 at 2:55 am

    I get to know this program through an email from someone I don’t even know, have reported it as a spam mail. When I reach the website, it is disguised as a “news” website which is completely fake! There are many ways to make money online and investing $97 to buy package without explaining how to make a sale online is totally crap.

    From what i see, the main money came from google adsense which means you got to have a website and ranked on first page of Google in order to get tons of visitors who will click on the ads, and you get paid per click. Sorry to disappoint you but the days of getting tons of money from adsense are over… unless you are one of the gurus who can rank your website on the #1 position in Google for a highly searched keyword.

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  • Nitin says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 11:40 pm

    Thank you so much folks for raising the red flag. In spite of being internet savvy and hoax-cautious, I would have fell for this scam. Thank you all again :)

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    Ann says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    I almost fell for this scam. I know that many of us need a job to pay bills and so on. I too wanted to believe that this was true and could make this kind of money. Anyways to make a long story short. Within 24 hours from purchasing this $97 home program, I called and asked for my money back. Home cash flow solutions got the manager on the line and all he did was fight with me. Telling me I’m making a mistake over and over and over for about 10 minutes kept trying to keep my money. I finally told him that I would contact my bank and get my money back that way. After saying that, the manager with a very mean tone of voice said, okay I’ll give your money back. I told him that he had very bad customer service skills and that I’m glad I changed my mind.

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  • michelle says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 10:38 pm

    Jason Hall is the same person who has another scam with another website called ehome profit basically offering the same type of money making deal for $97. check it out on google. wise up people….don’t send any money..

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    Nick says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 9:50 pm

    Thanks to everyone, just saved 97.00 dollars and lots of headaches.

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    nancy says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    I am so embarrassed. I did this THEN checked the site. I thought I signed up for $97.00 but when I checked my bank there were two transactions. The second one was for $197.00 Now I feel like a double fool. I did call them, the guy was kind, tried to save the sale and offered me options but in the end agreed to the refund and the noted 7-10 business days for processing. Will see what happens. I too will post an update should I actually receive the full refunds.

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    melloyello says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    Wish I had found this particular page a few minutes earlier I am not sure why my finger pushed the add to cart button. Desperation maybe? Whatever the case I believe that this is now a little bit of a let down and I haven’t even started it, jut paid for it. After I pushed the add to cart button I was directed to another upgrade button, when I refused that I was taken to another upgrade button which I also refused.

    Unfortunately it was too late to do anything about pushing the first button. When you see clearly that all you have to do is upload links and you get $15 per link why wouldn’t I pay $97 to be able to make $15 for every link I put up. What was I thinking? Maybe I forgot my meds? I don’t know what will happen as I have been on the phone now for over an hour waiting for the NEXT AVAILABLE AGENT. Phone #(877)778-8350, still holding as I am typing.

    I could understand if they said flat out this takes time, it will take work and you have to read and follow their directions instead of “you can start immediately” “no knowledge needed” “immediate income” “just add links and make $15″ to me this is misleading. They have worded things in a way; that all that they say is real it’s just not as simple as it’s made out to be.

    I am not trying to defer anyone if they really want to do the work because you can make money at this but it’s not going to be today or tomorrow, maybe in 3 to 6 months depending on your learning of the material given to you. But don’t buy this program if you really think it’s going to make you money now. If you have the time and the determination to do what’s needed then by all means, they are a company, they do have a customer service department and I did wait on the phone for 85 minutes. I am off the phone now. The gentleman I spoke to did give me an immediate refund and did say he would let me check out the upgrade programs for free but I just don’t need this and he was nice about it.

    As for a couple of remarks I had seen regarding the “F” rating with BBB, you can get an “F” rating even if you have never had a complaint. BBB gives ratings on what other companies in your field of business do which is not really right since there are good and bad companies in every field of business. Not being a member of the BBB is not really here nor there since they are a pubic company and have to report all complaints about any company even if they are not a member. The membership is about $750 a year and I am not sure what being a member does to help a company. I am not on this Cash Flow’s side I am just trying to be honest about everything involved so that others have some knowledge to work with and make an educated decision on whether they should go with this program.

    The reason I rate this company a POOR rating is because of the way they make this sound like child’s play, everything else they have said was pretty much accurate. It’s just like any other company’s method of advertising, such as a dentist “the no pain dentist method” give me a break, if there is one of those things I haven’t seen it because even when they knock you out you still have to wake up some time or NOT and at that point there will be pain or a bright light at the end of a tunnel. People read words the way they want to read them so just read between the lines and have a good day.

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  • Sexy Shy says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    I too was and am a victim of this HCSF Scam and for those who are attempting to get a refund should just chalk it up to a lesson learned and keep it moving. First rule is we should have researched and known that anything that is too good to be true probably isn’t and looked for the red flags.

    That’s the gamble one takes when going online to make millions and be successful. Whoever is spearheading this operation is certainly one who would agree. That’s how they become rich due to people like us who fail to read the fine print, and do a thorough search or investigation and get blinded by pure common sense.

    I too am someone who needs money and fell into the trap and want to have my $97.00 returned. But at the same time, I am going to bite the bullet and learn from this misfortune and move on Martha move on. It’s not worth the time and energy. If they are so hung on keeping it by having a constant busy phone line or keeping one on hold, then they can choke on the darn $97.00 because in the end, they will be caught and will profit nothing. They are slowly hanging themselves and all of us who were naive and misguided to believe this was our ticket to Prosperity will win in the long run.

    So, pump the brakes and chalk it up to experience and know that we were burned and get over it and move on. Just pass along any of your misfortune so no one you personally know will be scammed as you were.

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    chaskgb says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    called for a refund of the $ was very polite and got the same in return and the refund won’t give the kids name but he was very co-operative. end

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  • Augustine Krukrubo says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    I promised to post daily blogs of Home Cash Flow Solution’s fraudulent e-mails to me. I have not been making any postings lately because, since this past weekend, they have stopped sending me the fraudulent e-mails. Perhaps the law enforcement have begun to be on their back.

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    Kathy weber says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 8:54 am

    This is nothing but a down right un-American Scam they should be ashamed of themselves. They’re a poor excuse of a company you cant even call this place if it is even a place, they take your money I should say your credit ,and they don’t take checks or money orders so they can re-bill your card for more money

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    Agnes says:

    February 5th, 2011 at 9:03 pm

    I thank God for sending me to this review site before falling for that scam, as I prayed to Him if this is the right thing to do. That saved me 97$, my debit card, time and a lot of hassle I would probably ,(according to other victims of this scam),have to go through. Thank you for this web site!!!!

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  • Val says:

    February 4th, 2011 at 4:13 pm

    jme7 I’ve just got my full refund. so call and tell them that you want a refund and that’s it.Don’t fall for their promises and etc.If you don’t know the phone number u can see the posts before.Wish you luck and people always check some review for the company first,at least I will from now on.

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    Bret says:

    February 4th, 2011 at 9:42 am

    I would like thank everyone for their reviews, my wife sent me the link and i read through it and was thinking that it was a good way to make some extra cash. Thanks to Google I found this review site and after reading all the reviews I was able to save myself $97 and a lot of hassles……Thanks again to all

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  • jme7 says:

    February 2nd, 2011 at 9:48 pm

    Really upset that i just fell for this!! Was just on the phone for an hour with a women from utah for an interview to see if I qualify for this oppurtunity to work with a mentor. As I was on the phone i happen to google and asked her if she was on BBB, she said no OBB and she was an affiliate of HCFS. Choose Focus Now was what she finally stumbled out was the name of the company I will be calling for a refund. Do i just call the support #???? Canceling card, these people SUCK!

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    Fernando says:

    February 2nd, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    Well, what can I say?! I spent around half-hour reading this program helping my wife to decide whether or not it would be a good idea. I’m glad we found this review before pushing the button. Thanks Google!!

    Best Internet Practices: “Always Google before pushing the button”

    Fernando

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  • Cosmo says:

    February 2nd, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    The BBB in Florida has 5 complaints. They are not registered with the BBB. BBB has not recieved a response from them involving REFUNDS OR EXCHANGE ISSUES. Rating of F.

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    Cosmo says:

    February 2nd, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    I am so glad I went to this site, and saw all the comments. Like a fool I fell for it and sent the $97. I will be reporting this to all the .gov agencies you mentioned. Hopefully I will get a refund and not have to chalk this up to experience.

    A man from Utah called me yesterday to explain how they would help me. I told him to call me back today. HaHA, no calls. I called the BBB in Utah and they have no Co. by this name. They gave me a # to call in Florida. HaHa, no response. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE, I hope WE win.

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  • Val says:

    February 2nd, 2011 at 7:47 am

    I managed to contact them yesterday on the first number and I was told that they did a refund. We’ll see about that but i suggest everyone who wants a refund just to keep calling and also a complaint to Internet Crime Complaint Center (their site is IC3.gov ) it is not a bad idea too.

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    gurulong says:

    February 1st, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    THIS IS A SCAM.
    I bought into this thinking to supplement my income during tough times. I got a call from them about signing up for personal coaching to get me started. Then they asked me a bunch of questions about:
    1) how much did I want to make
    2) how much debt did I have
    3) what were the limits on my credit cards (this was the big one) they wanted to find out whether I had enough left on my credit limit to give it to them. They called it using “other peoples money”. I actually got through all the screening and was offered the rare opportunity to join an elite class of just 22 people who for the next six months would receive personal coaching that would allow me to make as much as $10,000/month. Coincidentally, the buy-in for this coaching was almost exactly the money I left on a credit limit on one of my credit cards, $17000! They told me that within six months I would make my investment back and then more. They wouldn’t let me talk to any of the “coaches” or guarantee me that the coaches would even call me.
    I intend to ask for a refund of my original money!

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  • Val says:

    February 1st, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    Their numbers are: 1-877-633-5057 and 1-877-448-5779
    but it does not matter when you call they are always busy (and but you on hold). but you can try.
    Also a really good idea is filling a complain against them as Augustine Krukrubo suggested (above mention) on the websait IC3.gov which is Crime Complaint Center.

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  • Val says:

    February 1st, 2011 at 11:42 am

    The Biggest scam ever. They have 10 websites which actually 1 of them is free and product on them are so stupid that nobody on the earth with a common sense will buy something.

    I am interested if someone managed to take a refund.
    Also I will try to expose this scam everywhere possible on internet.

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  • geo says:

    February 1st, 2011 at 12:19 am

    bbb report on h.c.f.s. west florida. has 2 other ph.#877-663-5057 and #800-293-2720 and #801-406-9731 Ms Jennifer Ferguson consummer protection dep. at h.c.f.s.let me know how it go’s

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  • Augustine Krukrubo says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 5:25 pm

    By 5:15pm eastern time today, the scam called HOME CASHFLOW SOLUTION has alreay sent me 20 fraudulent marketing e-mails, using my sister-in-law’s name and her e-mail address, both of which they stole. They are doing this as a reprisal because of my decision to expose them on the web. I am on a determined campaign to expose them to the world and that is why I post the daily blogs. I will do this on a daily basis until that criminal entity disappears from the face of the earth. They are criminals and lowly rouges.
    Please join the campaign and help by spreading the word so that nobody falls prey to them.

    Augustine

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  • megan says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    I am so happy I’ve read the reviews and googled “HOME CASH FELLOW SOLUTION” before ordering the package. I could have been out 100 dollars. thanks Google

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  • JeanFox says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 2:01 pm

    I signed up for home cash flow and by mistake hit the same button twice. They took out $97.00 2 times from my credit card. I haven’t yet found a number to call to get my money back. I haven’t even heard from them .Not one word or anything. I guess I bought air. I need help to get back my money. Thanks from CANADA

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    Jay Thomas-Newton says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    Total scam. First, they say Jessica Holmes lives in (your town). No, she doesn’t. You can’t even click on the “like” button to get to her FB page – because she doesn’t have one. I know a Jessica Holmes and we are going to sue this company for false representation. PLEASE don’t blow your good money on this. These people are as bad a Bernie Madoff, and should be in jail

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    George says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    Post # 35 Name calling and insults? A six figure income on lies and fraud. We all will go somewhere when we die.

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  • Augustine Krukrubo says:

    January 29th, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Update on the scam called Home Cash Flow Solution, is that yesterday (1/28/11), they sent me 18 fraudulent e-mails. They stole my sister-in-law’s name and e-mail address to send me the fraudulent e-mails to me, as if they were coming from her. I have prostested about the fraud to Home Cash Flow Solution both on phone and in writing but they have ignored all my protests. So, I have decided to expose their fraud on a daily basis. Watch out for my daily updates.

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  • Augustine Krukrubo says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    Home Cash Flow Solution’s phone numbers are (877)663-5057 and (877)778-8350. The website for the Internet Crime Complaint Center is IC3.gov, and for the Federal Trade Commission is uce@ftc.gov

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  • Augustine Krukrubo says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    Yesterday (1/27/2011) this biggest internet scam called Home Cash Flow Solution sent 30 fraudulent e-mails to me. The more I protested their fraudulent activities to them, the more they sent me fraudulent e-mails. I will post a daily blog of their fraudulent activities, and let the general public judge for themselves what this phony entity is about.

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  • Augustine Krukrubo says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 11:46 am

    Home Cash Flow Solution is the biggest internet scam I have ever experienced. They have been sending me e-mails inviting me into their fraudulent scheme. The e-mails purport to be coming from my sister-in-law, but my sister-in-law never sent such e-mails to me. Home Cash Flow Solution actually stole my sister-in-law’s name and e-mail address, for their fraudulent purpose. I have called them on phone three times to report the fraud yet my calls have not stopped them from sending me the fraudulent e-mails. I then decided to forward all their fraudulent e-mails back to them, but as I do, they send more fraudulent e-mails right back to me. Today, I will contact the Federal Trade Commission, the Fraud Department of my local police, and the Internet Crime Complaint Center, to file formal complaints. Based on my experience, I will not touch them with a ten foot pole, except to file legal charges against them.

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  • PL Anderson says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 9:38 am

    1.Please, if you have been successful w/ getting a refund from HCFS, would you share a phone number?
    2.Or an address?

    Susan Long writes that she is successful w/the program.
    Susan, what was your investment after the initial $97.00?
    Or can someone else answer this question?
    What does your website look like?

    Everyone, thanks for your time.

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    Dean t> Man says:

    January 27th, 2011 at 11:27 am

    Thanks Google! You just know when something sounds to good to be true. I was so close to giving it a try. Just saved $100 bucks! Woo hoo!!!!

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  • johnny says:

    January 27th, 2011 at 6:19 am

    Lucky for me that I read the review before ordering “HOME CASH FLOW SOLUTIONS”. This is very big scam….Nothing come easy in life. Just work hard and a lot of love. Thank you every body for your comments.

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  • kendall says:

    January 26th, 2011 at 8:59 pm

    if youll note that at the bottom of their pages they post this maybe to cover themselves from any law suits…

    This site and the products and services offered on this site are not
    associated, affiliated, endorsed, or sponsored by Google or Craigslist, nor have
    they been reviewed tested or certified by Google or Craigslist.

    * – All trademarks, logos, and service marks(collectively “Trademarks”) displayed are registered and/or unregistered Tradmarks of their respective owners.
    † – For purpose of family privacy, testimonial pictures have been adapted and results may vary.
    ‡ – All testimonials have been remunerated.
    + – Actual income results my vary and are not common.
    ± Images have been renumerated and are not common.
    Ψ – Does not reflect actual earnings and results may vary.
    ≠ – Paid testimonial has been adapted to reflect ICB standards.

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    Binthu says:

    January 26th, 2011 at 11:05 am

    Dear Friends, I just received this email (Home Cash Flow Solution) from a person who is a stranger to me. It’s a scam.

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  • Rodjie says:

    January 25th, 2011 at 10:04 am

    Thank you guys for your concern. The truth is I was supposed to try my credit card on this Home Cash Flow, but I have a second mind that it might just be a scam, so what I did I used my debit card number which has no money inside and automatically after I confirmed the payment the page “NOT AVAILABLE” which I retried it for 5 time but still the same thing happened. So, It’s confirmed for me that this is a scam website. Hope these people will consider others and not just only themeselves.

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    bhunt says:

    January 24th, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    i need a phone number that doesnt ask for a passcode.

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  • Daysky says:

    January 24th, 2011 at 6:53 am

    I am so happy I’ve read the reviews and googled HOME CASH FELLOW SOLUTIONS before ordering the package. Many Thanks for all the information and google.

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  • Chirag says:

    January 22nd, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    Hi Guys,

    I have just made a $97.00 payment and went on their website and realised that there is no way that we can make money. Look like it has been very well thought through how to make a fool out of innocent people who just believes on anything (like myself).

    Fortunately, I used my current account which had only £100.00 in it and I have already took out the remaining £40.00
    I called my bank to check if they could cancel the pending transcation i.e. $97.00 (£60) but they advised its not possible and I will have to report it scam once I have contacted HCFS on Monday if they dont refund.

    I dont know how I paid it but for the moment it did make me think I could improve my lifestyle. But hey its life… feel sorry though but too late now.

    Best is to just keep working hard!!!!!!1

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    Tim Granger says:

    January 20th, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    I called MSN.com…. They are looking into this scam.. So far I found 3 different companys all doing the same scam.
    They use false news reports see below:
    http://www.internetdailynews4.com
    http://news1reports.com/
    http://www.internetdailynews8.com

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    no name says:

    January 19th, 2011 at 1:39 pm

    Here is the real address it is a scam don’t send you money!!

    Torres de Las Americas Punta Pacifica 15th Floor
    Panama City Panama

    They are located in Panama (Central American) and in a really nice and expensive building so they must be doing really good!!

    Please don’t fall for their false advertisement.

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    joan fuller says:

    January 19th, 2011 at 1:11 pm

    I sent the $97 on 01/13/2011. order #193054. I would appreciate an answer as i need that income or I would not have spent the money. I live on a very fixed income & that 97. kept me from paying some of my bills.
    thank you joan fuller

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    Me says:

    January 17th, 2011 at 4:15 pm

    I just sent a email to support@homecashflowsolution.com . They said they will take me off their mailing list.

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    Dr. Sidney Hines says:

    January 17th, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    This company also has an office in Largo Fl.
    The Largo Better Business Bureau Gave them an F rating.
    Home Cash Flow refused after numerous requests to send any information on their company. Also they refuse to handle 2 complaints sent to their office. Yes this is a big scam in the scam headquarters state of Fl.

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    shelliegl says:

    January 15th, 2011 at 9:04 am

    I am so glad I checked the reviews before ordering this hokey product! Thank you to all of you who took the time to save us new purchasers some headaches!

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  • ed says:

    January 14th, 2011 at 7:40 pm

    I would love for someone to find where we should go to report this . not just talk back & forth between each other find where we can go to press charges just like if someone was trying to talk you out of your $$$ on the street . where it is called receiving $ under false information. you can go to jail for this , so why can`t they do this to help stop this kind of ripoff . we all need more $$$ but do we have to lie to someone to get what little bit they have from them ? . they say we won`t work hard for it that is why it don`t work. but they call lying to us is there way of working hard? stealing is stealing we all pay to be kept free of this kind of ripoff so how could do something about this should step up and help before so meany of us get ripped off again . please step up for your fellow man and use are prisons for what they should be used for . thank u godless u all.

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    Mel says:

    January 14th, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    They are so extremely RUDE when you finally DO talk to someone. They appear to be very crooked and apparently they only have “300 or so students in a class” and they are “very exclusive”.

    And I simply told them that I am not comfortable with the information that they were providing and they were definitely not happy with me but I am told that a refund should be processed in 7 to 10 business days…We will see.

    I was told that I am getting a refund but make sure you don’t pay for their services to begin with. They are not worth the hassle.

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    susan long says:

    January 13th, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    this program is legit if you put the effort into your web page it works im bringing in an extra 200 a week from this program its all about promoting your compony site other people do the same with icecream shopes or local companys what makes your company better then the one up the road its all in what u put into it so those who said negitive things just thought they were making quick money well they just did not have what it takes

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  • Ron says:

    January 13th, 2011 at 7:34 pm

    I have been receiving spam mail in the last couple weeks and checked it out today.

    I never gave the person permission to send me promotional mail, so that already set the alarm off. I visited the site, it was a so-called news48blabla site. I looked at the links on the site and then it does not allow me to follow the link, instead a popup tell me that I get a special half price bonus.

    Now by that time I already knew this is a scam, but ok I clicked to stay, the next page was the checkout page, and whola the price is $97

    People I can tell you now this is a scam, the money this site asks for upfront will be shared with the affiliates that brought the new sucker to the site. If the new sucker can do a little marketing, then he/she will make some affilliate commission, now 90% of the people that get suckered, are never going to make any cent out of it.

    How do you stop this scam? You cannot really, but what one can do to try and prevent as many people as possible to get sucked into the scam, is to talk about it all over the social networking sites and blogs.

    It is clear that they do dishonest marketing and spamming.

    Regards
    Ron

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    katey says:

    January 12th, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    I GOOGLED HOME CASH FLOW SOLUTION AND FOUND SEVERAL LINKS THIS COMPANY IS REGISTERED WITH THE CINCINATTI BBB USING 5166 COLLEGE CORNER PIKE, OXFORD, OH 45056. OWNER:DI PRINCELL, PH. #’S 800-736-5123; 877-663-0517; 513-524-2320 (PH) 5889 (F); NO COMPLAINTS REPORTED TO THIS BBB, BUT WHO KNOWS WHO WORKS AT THAT BBB? COULD BE DI PRINCELL (IF THAT’S A REAL NAME/PERSON). NO MENTION OF JASON HALL. AS SOON AS I TRIED TO LEAVE THE PROMO WEBSITE, ANOTHER WINDOW POPPED UP OFFERING THE DEAL FOR 49.95. I GET DAILY EMAILS WITH NO SUBJECT JUST WEBSITE LINKS FROM SEVERAL FRIENDS AND FAMILY, WHO SWEAR THEY DID NOT SEND THEM. A FAMILY MEMBER WHO RECEIVED SUCH AN EMAIL CLICKED ON THE LINK AND WAS TAKEN TO A PENILE ENHANCEMENT WEBSITE! MAMA ALWAYS SAID, IF IT SOUNDS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE, THEN IT’S A LIE! THE ONLY ONE GETTING RICH IS THE REAL PERSON BEHIND THIS SCAM!

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  • Philip says:

    January 11th, 2011 at 1:24 pm

    The FTC does not regulate false income claims.
    You can make any claim you want.
    You just have to put a disclaimer that income is not typical, results
    may vary and that you might not make any money at all.
    The FTC regulates scams about as well as the Govt controls illegal immigration which is almost not at all.

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  • I_Hate_Spam says:

    January 9th, 2011 at 6:13 pm

    Today I’ve found several delivery failure messages in my inbox to my friends with a link, promising to give lots of cash, written as if I had wrote it myself.

    The link go to news 7 daily which leads you to home cash flow solutions. There is no way to contact them.

    PLEASE, does anyone have an E-mail adress to contact them so I can tell them to stop sending their e-mails from my mail to my friends? Please send a mail to a hotmail-account only for this purpose – Braindamagedrabbit@hotmail.com any contact info to them would make greate help! thank you.

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  • Kit says:

    January 9th, 2011 at 12:35 am

    Someone should report this company/business op. to the BBB so other people would know that they’re NOT legit.

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    Walter says:

    January 6th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    Thanks so much to all that warned of this scam. Like many others i too was looking for an online opportunity to make money and came upon hcfs. I know that anything that sounds too good to be true it usually is and this is no different. Not only am i glad i didn’t fall for this my wife would have been asking me to sleep in the garage if i had sent these people any of our money.

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    rebecca reinsch-glad says:

    January 6th, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    DO NOT PARTICIPATE WITH THIS COMPANY.IT IS A SCAM OF THE MOST DREADFUL TYPE. THE MAN BEHIND THIS CALLS HIMSELF JASON HALL AND ADVERTISES HIS LIES USING A RECORDING SUPPOSEDLY OF HIMSELF EXPLAINING HOW YOU BARELY HAVE TO TRY TO SUCCEED. WARNING FLAG!!!!!!!!!!!HE USES CURRENT MARKET INFORMATION AND TRENDS IN THE ONLINE MARKET PLACE TO TIE HIS LIES TO DETAILS THAT SEEM TO SOUND CREDIBLE. ANOTHER RED FLAG IS THAT THE OFFER TO “YOU” IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR THE NEXT FEW MINUTES AT A REDUCED PRICE. ADDITIONAL CHARGES ARE ADDED ONCE THE HAVE YOUR FINANCIALS WITHOUT ANY MENTION. HE CONTINUES TO SUGGEST THAT IF YOU ARE A REAL GO GETTER AND SERIOUS ABOUT MAKING LOTS OF MONEY, THEY HAVE ADDITIONAL MATERIAL FOR A SELECT GROUP BUT, OF COURSE, THAT WILL COST MORE AS WELL. DO NOT CONTACT THEM AS THEY WILL CONTINUE TO HARASS YOU WITHOUT HONORING THEIR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. CANCEL YOU CARD IMMEDIATELY IS YOU HAVE GIVEN ANY INFORMATION.

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    Heather says:

    January 3rd, 2011 at 10:30 am

    This company called in-home-cash claims that their fee for dowloading the information was 2.97 but they charged my card 199.95. I never realized it till about 5 days after. I then called my creditcard company to report the fradulent transaction and they informed me that this company is running a scam and has a lot of customer disputes against them. They promised to get my money back for me. please, if you are reading this review don’t fall for their scam. When i called them, i spoke to some fool who said his name is Brian and asked me to go to their website and read the terms and conditions. He also stated that he can’t issue a refund but can send me a copy of the terms and conditions in the mail.

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    jess says:

    January 2nd, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    I’m glad I decided to research them before I signed up with them,it’s only 49.95 now, but not worth the headache!!!! it sounded to good to be true, which in my opinion it’s not worth my time and money.
    thank you for the heads up!!!!

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    Sheldon says:

    January 2nd, 2011 at 9:48 pm

    A definite program to stay away from. I was checking into the program and thought I’d better check the reviews first before looking farther and it seems they are all bad.

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    Finneuws says:

    December 29th, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    You people are bone heads.

    1. The FTC regulates false income claims and false money back guarantees.

    2. They can’t just hijack a credit card and soak you for everything on it.

    3. If you aren’t willing to put the time and energy into building an online business no matter how “Difficult” or “Competitive” you should go back to your J.O.B.

    4. If you’re not willing to keep up on best traffic practices you should go do something else.

    5. Global Domains International (GDI) is old, out dated, and played out.

    6. If all you plan to do is “Dabble” you should take up bug collecting or bird watching, not trying to build a 6 figure online business.

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  • James says:

    December 26th, 2010 at 2:52 am

    Remember people, if somethings sounds too good to be true it probably is. Before signing up to programs like this, do some research and you’ll quickly learn that this is just another scam.

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  • kim says:

    December 24th, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    @ Nikki: Yes! This is a hacker thing! At least you and I aren’t hackers. I’m surprised your comment is still here….

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    kim says:

    December 24th, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    Someone sent me a link to this program. When I clicked on it, my account that received the email was hacked. I suspect this program doesn’t really work. It’s a front for a hacker……

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    blaccearl28 says:

    December 20th, 2010 at 11:29 pm

    I just today signed up from The Home Cash Flow Solution program. Instead of it being $97 they gave a discount when I was attemting to leave the site of $20 and that made it $77. I really hate I did that because I dont usually jump on things. I will be calling back in the morning for a full refund of my money, I really dont trust the dreams that they are selling. Its sad that have things like this to rip people off. I already have a successful network marketing business distributing healthy coffee, tea and hot chocolate. I seen this and thought to look at it as a way to also fuel my current business. I was wrong so glad I read these reviews. Thanks again!!

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    Nikki says:

    December 19th, 2010 at 11:36 am

    This “Home Cash Flow Solution” has hijacked all my contacts and is sending me this crap with their names and addresses. This should be illegal!!!!!!!!! How can I report this?

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    Paul Lewis says:

    December 10th, 2010 at 7:43 am

    As I stated in a previous post, if I received a refund from Home Cash Flow Solution, I would make an additional post. I did receive a prompt refund. I’m not sure if it was because this is their policy to do so or if it was because I was so adamant about them honoring their money back guarantee. Anyway, I got it.

    This doesn’t excuse the fact that Home Cash Flow Solution is selling a program that is going to take a lot of work for the average person trying to find a way to work online. And to someone who has no money and no job, this could turn out to be a disaster.

    The $97.00 initial payment is great marketing and that’s all it is, marketing. This program is full of upsells and if you’re not careful you’ll end up spending far more than the initial cost of the program. Just like any work-at-home program, it will work for some and not for others. But I would be real skeptical of this one.

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    Paul Lewis says:

    December 8th, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    I ordered the Home Cash Flow Solution just to check it out and was not surprised to find out that Jason Hall and company is offering one of the oldest scams in the internet marketing business. Much of what this program offers can be found for free on the internet with a little research. They hook individuals with all of the easiness of setting this program up and never talk about the nuts and bolts of getting traffic, hosting, etc. Of course to get this information, you have to pay more to one of their internet marketing experts.

    Finally, I’m in the process of attempting to get a refund, well, this is a real sign of a scam when they keep making excuses not to promptly return your $97.00, even though they claim an unconditional money back guarantee. They still want you to give them a reason for the refund request. Excuse #1, you have to be within the system a certain amount of time before they can pull up your information, of course, they already have your money, and they want you to call back. Excuse #2, it takes 7 to 10 days, “working days,” before a refund can be credited back to your account. Support refers you to customer service, customer service makes all the excuses, and you never talk to the same person twice. In all fairness, if I do happen to get a refund, I won’t hesitate to make another post.

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  • frommetoyou says:

    December 8th, 2010 at 10:16 am

    The name has been changed to Jessica Holmes now. But yeah, it’s all a SCAM.

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  • Dylan says:

    December 4th, 2010 at 10:20 am

    Nicely written review. I have dabbled in internet marketing for several years, and it is an extremely difficult field to make a living in. It’s highly competitive, time consuming, and expensive. There are tons of empty promises, scams, and people ready to mislead you. The game changes constantly; what may drive tons of traffic to a site today could be completely ineffective tomorrow.

    I would say that an extremely small percentage of marketers actually do well financially. Look at GDI for example. GDI is a network marketing company that posts a weekly leader-board. This leader-board basically shows you who the top affiliates are, how many people they’re bringing in, and how much revenue they’re producing. Notice, I said REVENUE and not PROFIT. That is, they may be producing thousands monthly in revenue, but how much expense they are incurring to do so (advertising) is anyone’s guess.

    What was really telling about the leader-board, was the amount of “successful” affiliates in relation to the total number of members within GDI. A couple of years ago, I did a simple computation, I divided the number of leader-board achievers by the total number of GDI members and determined that LESS than 1% of GDI members were making it to the leader-boards. Basically, with the earning structure set up as it were, you weren’t really making any money unless you were on the leader-board.

    That said, over 99% of the people who join GDI fail to experience the “amazing opportunity” they were sold on. As always, buyer beware.

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    labradork says:

    December 3rd, 2010 at 11:39 pm

    Home cash flow solutions claim to give you a 100 percent guarantee but they will not. They don’t receipt your payment, they do not sign their emails, these are three good reasons to stay away. They are definitely crooked. I did receive a call back from them when I asked for my money back, not once did they want to discuss this, they wanted me to call back and discuss my goals. My goal at this point was to run as fast, and as far away from them as possible. Suffice it to say, I canceled my credit card, just to be on the safe side.

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