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#1 stv77

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 05:36 PM

Easycash online is scam. This ad you can see on all traffic exange sites like Pangea, Listjumper, Adchiever, etc.


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#2 simplygenius

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 05:12 PM

Boy it is ever so hard to spot a program that you know from a gut feeling is never gonna make it out of the firepan as the concept is burnt to a crisp but common sense must prevail over all else.

 

I don't know much about easycash online I have seen the ads but has never taken much shine to the product but what about reviews around the web? I mean practical reviews and not necessarily those propagated by members of Wealthy Affiliates as they tear down everything in their way to push their own agenda and those reviews cannot be considered as independent nor impartial.

 

Easycash online is scam. This ad you can see on all traffic exange sites like Pangea, Listjumper, Adchiever, etc.


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#3 stv77

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 06:55 PM

I agree with you boy about wealthy affiliate reviews that are flooding the internet.
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Posted 19 September 2017 - 10:16 AM

If what you say is true, then they had better watch themselves. Tactics like that have a bad habit of coming back to bite them. I have seen this type of behavior before in social media promotions. If I remember correctly, it backfired on the abusers badly.


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#5 stv77

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 07:58 AM

Yes. You are right. But my original topic was about easy cash ad. This ad also appears as $23.75 per hour online income. And it's scam.
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#6 Glen Palo

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Posted 22 September 2017 - 05:32 AM

I agree with you boy about wealthy affiliate reviews that are flooding the internet.

 

Aspire/Digital Altitude members do the same thing. It's making it difficult to find honest reviews of programs.


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#7 Glen Palo

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Posted 22 September 2017 - 05:35 AM

Easycash online is scam. This ad you can see on all traffic exange sites like Pangea, Listjumper, Adchiever, etc.

 

Is this Easy Cash 4 Ads?

 

It is hard to tell the programs apart these days because so many names are similar. 


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Posted 22 September 2017 - 01:47 PM

Is this Easy Cash 4 Ads?

 

It is hard to tell the programs apart these days because so many names are similar. 

No. it is easy earn online $23.75 per hour.


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#9 stv77

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Posted 22 September 2017 - 01:49 PM

Aspire/Digital Altitude members do the same thing. It's making it difficult to find honest reviews of programs.

Yes. Exactly. But sometimes negative reviews help.


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Posted 23 September 2017 - 09:27 PM

Unfortunately Wealth Affiliates are trained to take the "Everything is a SCAM but our program.  Another bad tactic is claiming  that something is a scam to get attention to your posts or article and what you are really doing is promoting the program.  From an unitiated person's point of view Everything online is potentially a SCAM so the poeple involved in this type of slamming of programs just makes the whole online marketing  industry suspect.  Today I actually saw a person review a program from an honest standpoint.  He went through the entire product and explained what the shortcomings were for the program and why he wouldn't offer it.   The program yu are talking about is NOT EasyCash4Ads which I promote and think the program is solid .  When you get value for a one time payment and the program is something you can acutally use, it is not a SCAM

 

You have to use and conduct your own due dilligence for programs online. If you find one that actually lies about what you are getting or the program suddenly goes dark, GET Your Money Back and explain to the payment processor WHY you want your money back.  With enough complaints and chargebacks a payment processor will drop the program.. This is a good way to get rid of scammers, liars and people who would cheat us out of our money   Good luck to you


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#11 Glen Palo

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Posted 24 September 2017 - 06:47 AM

Unfortunately Wealth Affiliates are trained to take the "Everything is a SCAM but our program.  Another bad tactic is claiming  that something is a scam to get attention to your posts or article and what you are really doing is promoting the program.  From an unitiated person's point of view Everything online is potentially a SCAM so the poeple involved in this type of slamming of programs just makes the whole online marketing  industry suspect.  Today I actually saw a person review a program from an honest standpoint.  He went through the entire product and explained what the shortcomings were for the program and why he wouldn't offer it.   The program yu are talking about is NOT EasyCash4Ads which I promote and think the program is solid .  When you get value for a one time payment and the program is something you can acutally use, it is not a SCAM

 

You have to use and conduct your own due dilligence for programs online. If you find one that actually lies about what you are getting or the program suddenly goes dark, GET Your Money Back and explain to the payment processor WHY you want your money back.  With enough complaints and chargebacks a payment processor will drop the program.. This is a good way to get rid of scammers, liars and people who would cheat us out of our money   Good luck to you

 

That is NOT in the Wealthy Affiliate training. But unfortunately, many members have taken that approach. I don't see the need to trash a program to make mine look better. Many of us provide reviews without making a subsequent recommendation to join Wealthy Affiliate. As an example, here is my Prosperity Marketing System Review.


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Posted 24 September 2017 - 02:29 PM

The training involves creating review sites.  now I may have mispoken when I alluded to the fact that they are trained to provide negative feedback on every program but theirs but the fact is that is exactly what they do.  You provide a positive feedback onprosperity marketing because YOU are promotingit.  Why would you bother to review product that you are not promoting, the only reason is to trash that product and set your program up as the solution.  This tactic has obvouly proved to be very lucrative as many of the TOP affiliates encourage review sites but these sites are becoming less effective because the old consumer is learning that if they say good thing about the program, they are promoting it, if they say bad things about the product, the only solution they offer is their product so what good is the review.

 

There are a few people online who provide OBJECTIVE reviews of productsbut these are few and far between.  You spend more time trying to find the objcive review you might as well purchase the product IF it has a 30 day money back guarantee and find out for yourself.   I did notice that properity marketing does not have a 30-day guarantee.


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#13 stv77

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Posted 24 September 2017 - 02:36 PM

Unfortunately Wealth Affiliates are trained to take the "Everything is a SCAM but our program.  Another bad tactic is claiming  that something is a scam to get attention to your posts or article and what you are really doing is promoting the program.  From an unitiated person's point of view Everything online is potentially a SCAM so the poeple involved in this type of slamming of programs just makes the whole online marketing  industry suspect.  Today I actually saw a person review a program from an honest standpoint.  He went through the entire product and explained what the shortcomings were for the program and why he wouldn't offer it.   The program yu are talking about is NOT EasyCash4Ads which I promote and think the program is solid .  When you get value for a one time payment and the program is something you can acutally use, it is not a SCAM

 

You have to use and conduct your own due dilligence for programs online. If you find one that actually lies about what you are getting or the program suddenly goes dark, GET Your Money Back and explain to the payment processor WHY you want your money back.  With enough complaints and chargebacks a payment processor will drop the program.. This is a good way to get rid of scammers, liars and people who would cheat us out of our money   Good luck to you

Easycash4ads is not program I talking about. As I said it is something easy earn $23.75 per hour and it is a scam.


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#14 kris77

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Posted 12 October 2017 - 11:20 AM

Yes. You are right. But my original topic was about easy cash ad. This ad also appears as $23.75 per hour online income. And it's scam.

 

Yes. I also saw this ad, but after you posted about this scam, the ad disappeared.


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#15 stv77

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Posted 13 October 2017 - 08:25 AM

You are right. I don't see this ad now.


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