Home Income Cash System is the latest version of a highly controversial work at home offer. The company marketing this opportunity has continually relied on a series of deceitful sales tricks and legal loopholes to profit off unsuspecting job seekers.
For those of you unaware of this company’s sordid past let me briefly explain. This program has been previously sold under the names BlackBelt Profit System and Home Income Profit System. Here are the screenshots to show you that they continually use the same sales page, opting only to change the name of the course.
The problem with Home Income Cash System and its previous versions is two-fold. First, they’re sold through deceptive “advertorials”- fake news sites designed to look like the real thing. These sites feature a bogus article about a young single mom who’s making a living using this system.
They use an IP tracking script to geographically customize the article based on your physical location. The sites also have a series of fake comments praising the Home Income Cash System, but won’t allow you to post your own thoughts.
Now, at the bottom of myincomeconnection.com (the website for Home Income Cash System) they’ve added a disclaimer which states,
…Our products and services have become very popular world-wide. As a result, there are many other websites that may link to this page. Although we monitor and randomly check the websites that help us advertise our services through linking to our page, we cannot be responsible for the content of any website that we do not control. Please be advised that earnings claims of any type are strictly against our policy as results vary according to each individual’s own efforts…”
This is their way of saying that they can’t be held responsible for the fake news sites. This disclaimer is misleading, as it tries to get you to believe that they are unrelated to the websites that link to them.
However, the only reason anyone would link to Home Income Cash System is because they’re an affiliate for the program and are paid when their referrals sign up. If they cared about accurately portraying their course then they would simply ban these affiliates.
The second major problem with the company behind Home Income Cash System is in the way they sell the opportunity. They use a trial system that gives folks access to the course for only $1.95 which, after 5 days, turns into a monthly fee of $29.95.
Among the 126 negative reviews left on this site for the previous version of Home Income Cash System, the majority of complaints deal with this billing practice. The problems range from people forgetting to cancel, being unable to cancel in time, or getting billed without ever receiving the course.
Not to mention that aside from the billing complaints no one reported using the system to actually make money online. If you did/do sign up for Home Income Cash System and need to cancel the number at the time of this write up is (888) 230-9941.
The bottom line is that the owners of this course are simply in it to make money. If they had a good business opportunity they wouldn’t have to change the name of their course every couple months or use deceptive billing tactics to bilk money from their customers. They’d also put an end to their affiliates’ favorite gimmick, the fake news site.
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