Abbey’s Blog Reviews – Legit or Scam?

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Abbey’s Blog,, is a new website that offers viewers a chance at a money making opportunity, which she claims anyone can do from the comfort of their home.

Abbey Fredrickson, the author of Abbey’s Blog, claims that she earns up to $379 a day, working less than 20 hours a week, and you can too, with just a computer and an internet connection.

The program Abbey is promoting is called Easy Cash on Demand, which is a program that teaches people how to post links online, which is a popular form of affiliate marketing. But before you sign up, there are some things you should know.

The Bottom Line on Abbey’s Blog

First, Abbey’s Blog is not a blog. A blog is a running web log where someone documents their experiences with work, or a hobby, or their thoughts, or really anything they want.

But in order to be a blog, it must be a continuous process. Abbey’s Blog only has one “post” and it’s the sales page promoting Easy Cash on Demand. This is not a blog; it’s an advertisement.

This is not uncommon; people call things blogs which are not really blogs because it makes their visitors believe they’ve stumbled on a real person who is simply sharing their world experience.

Instead, Abbey Frederickson is advertising a specific money earning opportunity because she is an affiliate who receives compensation for doing so. However, that does not mean that her opportunity is a scam.

The Bottom Line on Affiliate Marketing

Easy Cash on Demand, at, is a program that trains you in affiliate marketing, which is the fastest growing online job industry. Many people make money in this industry every day.

The problem with programs that train people in internet marketing is that, in order to get you to purchase or subscribe to their service, they often go overboard on telling their customers how “easy” internet marketing is.

In reality, the concept of internet marketing may be easy, but the actual work is not, and certainly the idea that you can earn hundreds of dollars a day with just a couple hours work is not accurate, especially not when first establishing your business.

Those interested in affiliate marketing should do free online research before deciding to purchase or join a program.

If you're at because you are looking for a way to make money online then check out our article "7 Ways to Make Money Online" - methods that anyone can use to earn an income from home.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Abbey Fredrickson " is 1.42 out of 5 based on 12 reviews.
  • This is a scam. Please do not fall for this no matter how good or true the sales pitch are.
  • I signed on last week and then realized my computer skills were not up to snuff,and having a tablet only,i called the earlier number given me by easy kits and tried repeatedly,with never a person responding,to cancel my order and be reimbursed my $47 fee.Multiple email requests remain unanswered.

    Clearly this is a con scam company,one of the worst i have encountered,and there seems to be no satisfaction or recourse.In the old days......well this could be taken care of.Welcome to the world of clueless rip off millenials.

    ANY pitch that seems too good to be true or that doesn't involve much work then, 99.9% of the time it is bogus! Not worth the risk. You can make more by being in business for yourself doing what your best at or something you like, as long as you chose to do it FREELANCE. You control your business growth, your return is based solely on how much time and effort YOU put in. And no one else takes a piece of it except Uncle Sam!
  • Thank you all for the heads up
  • They are thieves like Philippe Ballesio who says he has a method to make money from the comfort of your home, only installing a software on your pc, which damages your equipment and there is no way to contact him again.
  • Bunch of crap they just want your damn money it don't work they just some scammers, abbey isn't a real person!!
  • I had paid for this,tried it and was on the 3rd module of Mike Jones easy kit,next day could not get back on,first emailed support 5 times,no response,never got anything in the email as receipt for the charge,never got anything in the email from support,called 3 times,each time was given a different password to use and each time that password did not work,I was told that they would even email the password and receipt,told ok but wanted the password over the phone also,she gave it to me and didn't work and never got the email,suppose to be helpful? have not had any real help just another pass word and have a good day from people that don't speak English very well at all and could hardly understand.

    this had sounded like a great thing to do but having really no help to my problem,made me feel like I was bothering them,never once got an email back on anything not even a receipt for my charge,now if this it the way it is then I want a refund,had my hopes up for nothing with this site,email address(which won't be used)[email protected]
  • I tried this and im not making any money at all.... I ask the online support chat people and they don't even help all they keep saying is to watch the videos they will tell you every thing you need to know!!! haha my ass they didn't show me any thing!!!
  • Not worth a look - what I paid for is not what I got - they sent me a different package which lead to a lot of up-selling, basically a small price to enter, then hundreds more to get the best info. A week later, I asked for a refund (they had a 60 day no questions asked refund assurance)... its been 3 weeks with no word, Scammers!
  • Abbey's Blog is set us as a scam by a guy named Aaron Chrisnter and Ryan Jensen from Utah. They are scammers and losers of the first order. They also go by the aliases Vince Scapruzzi, Ari Schwimmer, Riley "Hutch" Hutchinson and many other names.

    They run other scams like The Black Box Firm, Accomplish Learning and Keeping It Fresh.

    Google some of these names like Aaron Chrisnter or Ryan Jensen- you will see they have been scamming people for many years. Abbey's blog is just their latest attempt to separate you from your money.

    They run an similar blog called Sophies Blog supposedly by Sophie Vaughn. Sophie is Aaron, not some single mom. All these names for one guy, what does he hide from????

    Both these sites are NOT to scam you, at least not directly. Rarher, they want to get your NAME and EMAIL. These sites sell you something cheap for very little money. But in a money or two, Aaron and Ryan use your email or phone to contact you from Accomplish Learning or Black Box Firm.... and that is when their scam really begins. This is just the honey pot...
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