Automated Cash Empire, found online at AutomatedCashEmpire.com, is a new work at home opportunity which creates “massive push-button profits” with “just seven clicks of a mouse.”
John Beckwith, the creator of this program, says that you will require no previous experience or special skills to make money with this “insanely profitable” system that almost no one knows about.
Right now Automated Cash Empire is offering an instant rebate on their regular price so you will only need to pay a one time fee of $49.99 to get started with this work at home program, though Beckwith does promise a 60 day money back guarantee.
John Beckwith’s presentation on AutomatedCashEmpire.com is full of extreme promises concerning how little you’ll have to work and how much money you’ll make with barely any effort at all.
He says that he has had earnings of almost $200,000 in one month, $100,000 in one week, and $30,000 in one day working only 1 or 2 hours a day with his copy and paste, automated system.
He goes on to say this automated system requires no employees or overhead costs, is “dead simple and only takes a few minutes to set up,” and lets you create endless streams of commission from the “darkest corners of the internet.”
An internet based money making system that lets you make thousands of dollars a day without actually working is like the Fountain of Youth – it’s a mythological thing that people have searched for since the beginning of cyberspace.
The reality is that many people do earn lots of money online putting in less hours of work a week than at a traditional job, but their businesses do not begin earning money that way.
Much like traditional brick-and-mortar businesses, they take a lot of time, effort, and sometimes money to get up and running successfully, and only after you’ve built a strong foundation will you be able to earn money with only a couple hours of maintenance work a day.
In addition, the 60 day money back refund policy that Beckwith details on his sales page is not described in the Automated Cash Empire Terms & Conditions. The only refund description in the T&C is if you receive defective or damaged materials.
A business system which promises you huge earnings with little time and effort, that doesn’t provide any real details about the type of work you’ll be doing, and has discrepancies with their return policy generally is showing all the bad signs of a potentially unethical company and you may want to think twice before investing.