Home Income Cash Machine Reviews – Legit or Scam?


Home Income Cash Machine
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Home Income Cash Machine

 

Home Income Cash Machine is a work at home opportunity selling a course that will train anyone to be successful and make money with link posting or, as they say, being a “Search Engine Agent.”

Home Income Cash Machine says that major companies will pay you an average of $15 for each link you post for them, and that each link takes about 4 minutes to post. This means that you should be able to do 15 links in one hour, for $225 an hour.

All you need to get started is to pay $49.95 for their Wealth Development Certification Program, which is the only certified link posting program in the world, according to their website.

What is The Truth About Link Posting?

First, link posting is actually a form of affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is when you partner with another company to promote their goods and services online. One way to do this is to post links.

However, Home Income Cash Machine significantly misrepresents this opportunity when they say you are “paid to post links.” You are not paid to post links. You are paid when the link you post results in a sale for that company. Unfortunately, that is very different.

Instead of being paid every 4 minutes for the link you post, you would be paid every time a sale goes through, which unfortunately is not likely to be every 4 minutes.

What You Should Know About Home Income Cash Machine

Home Income Cash Machine is selling a certification program for link posting. However, you do not need to be certified in link posting to work in affiliate marketing. It is an independent business opportunity, available to anyone.

Also, while their sales page says their program costs $49.95, the reality is that it actually costs $99.95. You have the option to get a $50.00 rebate if, when you receive the welcome email, you agree to take a survey. If you do not take the survey, you will not get your rebate.

Finally, they have a very specific and difficult refund policy. While they claim to have a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee, the truth is that to get your refund, you must following their training and use their program for 60 days, exactly.

If, at the end of 60 days, you can prove you used their program the entire time and failed to make back the money you invested in the program, then you have 7 days to request a refund. Additionally, the Home Income Cash Machine website states that were you to request your refund before you have tried the program for 60 days, you would forfeit your ability to qualify for a refund.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Home Income Cash Machine " is 1.09 out of 5 based on 58 reviews.
  • wish to discontinue withdrawal from visa account. Please do it now and e-mail me at [email protected] to let me know that it is done.

    Thank You
    • Good reviews and they are all on the mark. Steer clear of this company. It's a scam. $14.95 a month for nothing!
  • I need Chris to call me for training please!
  • Thank you everyone for these comments. I signed up for this just a few hours ago and when I had trouble logging in I immediately called and cancelled. I did report them to my credit card company just in case.
  • Phished again by www.homeincomecashmachine.com; also www.mystayathomeincome.com.

    Thanks for thinking of me, Susan (oh you didn't!!!) This is NOT your email address - just a similar one extrapolated from my computer addresses.

    Actually, another “friend” sent this to me last May - or so the email informed me. But they didn't - my computer had been invaded. Before realizing it was a scam, I had applied, but I quickly reneged a few hours later and told them to take my name off everything.

    Of course they didn't, so for the past 7 months, I've received daily "click" emails and horrendous phone calls from fake job offers. I've tried very hard, but it's not possible to end it. This time I won't quit.

    I'm forwarding this to my isp again today, I'm reporting them to the MA Attorney General's Office and the F.C.C., and I’m going on every Google site possible to make others aware of what they are doing.
  • This company is ridiculous. I believe everyone in their 'upper level, management escalation' area is named Ann Brown. First, I followed their requirement and requested a refund within the 60 days. Nothing happened. Then I started to see charges from company names I didn't even know. My bank gave me a number associated with both charges. I called and talked to someone named Terri who could not have been more rude. I was told I was out of my 30 DAY REFUND window. It isn't 30 days, it's 60. She told me I was wrong. After arguing for a while, I hung up and called a different number now that I knew it was this Home Income thing. At the 855-292-3474 number, Ann Brown said she was at corporate and apologized for Terri being ill informed. She said I would receive a full refund of the monthly charges and the $97. Within a couple days the two monthly charges were refunded. The $97 never happened. I called back and spoke to someone who said she was Ann Brown. Oddly, this person was equally as over bearing and rude as Terri... nothing like the Ann Brown I had spoken to previous. Now this Ann Brown repeated the same 30 day assertion AND said that I am now out of that time frame. After 20 minutes of frustration, she finally accepted that it was 60 days, but I am now out of that time frame. Since nothing in their system indicates I requested that refund prior to the 60 days, I'm out of luck. I will not be given a refund. Besides, she says, "you already got other refunds". BECAUSE YOU I WAS OWED THOSE REFUNDS! Are you kidding me!!!

    It is perfectly clear that the MO of this company is to frustrate you to the point of giving up, and letting them have the $97. That's exactly what I am going to do. Why? Because there is nowhere else to go to try to get it back. This was a $97 lesson that I couldn't afford. Desperate people who are trying to make ends meet are the victims here. I should have known better.
  • I did get the program via my son (I thought ) and immediately went to work?!

    I could not log in and had to email for support. Surprising they called back and set me on my way.

    After a few more days pass the calls start in and the fun begins. They have proceeded to solicit between 8 and 11 thousand dollars for "tuition ". A supervisor is going to call back tommorow with all the information that I will need to enroll and make a commitment for the next 6 months to a year. I am so excited to tell them stories, they will think I am a nut job! LOL
  • I ORDERED THE PROGRAM! YEAH! gave them a donation! that is how they earn money! your donations! THIS IS MY FACTS ONLY! this is my story!!! can't speak for anyone else only me....I thought I was purchasing a program that was reputable.Another program popped in while I was filling out the application. After filling it out I realized it was not the program I initiated... I was charged $97.00 Then I found out through my bank they charged me $19.99 fee for a credit report & additional $9.97 for what?

    When I called their Customer phone # I was really given the run around. Conversations were mostly people who had no knowledge of what I was asking about. I needed information on how to begin..Yet days later a salesman would contact me, that was when the qualifying bit came in? No one ever knows the other person who called they say they don't work for the company. Talks about qualifications for the wealth institute...WHAT? I DID NOT WANT THAT? then after I hung up on that rep my next calls were frustrating to say the least. tried to get money back now they say I am over my time limit had o deal with someone who was reading a script from INDIA. They refuse to return my money. Now, tonight a male salesman called with intimidation practices....He identified him self as a rep from cash machine. Hey, I only filled out one application? what the hell is going on???

    I am very disturbed with the company practices. First off the FCRA in 1970 mandated it is a federal offense to run a credit report without authorization. Under the fair credit reporting ACT I did receive my $19.99 back. These people had no rights to run my credit!!!! if this has happened to you then my suggestion is to fill out reports with your local bank first they can advise you as to your next steps.....especially if you feel you have been scammed. Now I am not saying these companies are like that I can only tell you what happened to me & the way the salesmen disclosed themselves on the phone to me. Last sales representative was downright rude and intimidating. He just kept laughing at me! Frankly, I believe the FBI needs to monitor all internet businesses to make sure they are doing what they publish. There always seems to be a catch clause in all of their docs. Good luck to all!
  • Thank you EVERYONE who contributed their thoughts to this review list. I was almost suckered into the same deal, but I am so glad I found this site and read the reviews first. BE CAREFUL OUT THERE and do your homework before you provide personal information to ANY entity and listen to that warning bell in your head if an offer seems too good to be true.
  • As I was entering my CC info, I thought of the old adage, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is." So, I did some research and found countless reviews like this one. THANKFULLY, there are still people out here that care about those of us really trying to care for our families. How dare homecashincome prey on our hearts like that!!! My mother has always said, "if they want money to work for them, FORGET IT!" The moral...you should NEVER pay to work!!! EVER! Thanks for saving my desperate tail!

    Cathie
  • This entire operation is a SCAM! After joining about 30 days ago, all I've had is annoying phone calls to sell me something else. To date I've received 131 calls [all hours of the day & night] from two different telemarketers affiliated with Home Cash Machine. I checked the numbers on the internet to verify they were telemarketers. Both had a record of serious complaints filed against them. I requested that they remove my name from their records and stop calling me. The calls keep coming. The next step is to file a complaint with the F.C.C. This whole operation is a load of crap and should be removed from the internet!
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