Freedom Cash System SCAM!
Freedom Cash System is yet another work-from-home job scam. When I saw the sales video though, it immediately looked familiar.
That is because it’s in the style of a news report and these are very popular when it comes to work-from-home scams, (I wouldn’t be surprised if the same people are putting them together).
Freedom Cash System Review In Brief:
Freedom cash systems is a link posting scam, dotted with the odd grain of truth here and there.
The income expectations are highly exaggerated, a majority of people who try to earn anything here, will end up worse off than when they signed up.
The problem is, when one scam like this is shut down or folds, several more will just pop up in its place with a new name and front.
Freedom Cash System Sales Pitch:
You need to put in your name and email in order to access the sales video here.
If you want to check out the main sales page, (which I don’t recommend) do not give them your regular email, because you will get spammed.
Initially a pop up appears offering me the program for 97 dollars – a bit premature, because I don’t know anything about this product yet!
I must have hovered at the “X,” at the top of the page – so they presumed I was leaving!
Another popup arises once you give your email address, offering a discount. The price is lowered to 47 dollars for a limited time.
When you finally do get to the sales page and video, you can see a news report about people working from home.
The video shows how much money these people are earning at home and how content they are now that they’re their own boss.
These are the type of sales videos I really despise, because they’re just trying to fool people into thinking these programs have some legitimacy.
This is just a random piece of coverage that has absolutely nothing to do with this business, but sadly this is a common tactic.
In fact, I could be mistaken, but I feel that I’ve seen this news report video in the past, for another scam product!
At no place in this “news report,” do they mention the freedom cash system, what it is, or how you make money with it. That makes it easy for other work-at-home scams to use it as well.
Playing With Your Emotions:
A majority of people would love to work from home and be their own boss – so, already there is a large scope of people will find this appealing.
But specifically, they will target specific groups of people who desperately want to work from home, because they’re the most vulnerable and most likely to take a chance.
Groups of people such as; new parents, who want to stay at home with their kids, people struggling to repay debt, or those who just hate their jobs.
Scammers will always try and play to your own desires and fears, to the extent where you’re ready to take what appears to be a fairly small chance, in return for something you desperately want.
They claim that large companies will pay you for simply posting links online. Places such as; social media platforms, or on forums.
They also claim you could make anywhere between $5-$30 per link!! Really….?
I will explain in a moment why that will not happen.
The Freedom Cash System Income Claims:
They state that you can make $379 or more a day, (a rather specific amount) by posting links online.
They say that big name companies are desperate for people like you to post their links for them and are willing to pay for it.
This is complete nonsense.
For starters, If businesses wanted you to be posting links, they wouldn’t be paying between $5- $30 for you to post a single link.
Why would they do that? When any company can outsource people to work online, from all over the world, paying them a very small amount to post links anywhere you want.
That aside, Posting links like that is also incredibly spammy! A legitimate, well-known company would not be paying people to spam links all over the web.
Fishy: No Terms/Conditions Or Privacy Page!
Scams online regularly do not have a way for you to contact them. So, you will not be able to find out anything about the owner of the business and you can’t contact them directly.
If you can’t seem to find out anything about a company via their main sales page and there is no money-back guarantee or anything protecting you, (or your information, should you give it) then you should certainly not trust that website.
I should mention that there are also plenty of scams online that DO still have contact information and T&C’s, so it’s definitely not something that will guarantee something is legit.
However, when there is nothing there at all – it’s a big flashing red light.
$500 – Just For Joining This System?
Something else to entice you in, is the $500 they offer you – simply for signing up.
Well, lets do the math here. Initially I was asked to pay $97. Then that was slashed to $47 after I gave them my contact information.
Now they’re offering me $500 just for signing up. $500 in exchange for my $47!?
Hey, why don’t they just PAY ME TO JOIN in the first place?
$500 seems to be a common “magic number,” when it comes to scams. It’s not the first time I’ve seen money offered in exchange for just signing up.
You won’t ever see that $500 in your bank account and you won’t be entitled to it, because there are no terms and conditions on their website. It’s all just a fairytale.
Is Freedom Cash System A Scam? Yep!
This is a blatant link posting scam by someone who claims to be “karen Evans.” One to steer well clear of.
Link posting scams are very common and just something to be cautious of online.
As I said from the start, no sooner one disappears, several more will crop up – likely from the same initial creators of many other similar scams.
You Can Earn Real Money From Links:
The one grain of truth here, is that you can earn from links online…
They’re affiliate links and it’s a very common way that people earn money online.
But you won’t have great success by just spamming links over the web.
A while ago, I wrote a post about how to make your first affiliate sale online: there you can see one way that you can legitimately make money from links.
You may also be interested in this post, where I talk about which online companies have paid me recently.
Have you been involved in any link posting scams? Let me know in the comments!
All the best,