Can you spare 60 minutes a day to make over $300 bucks? Give me a break! But that's the type of ridiculous claims that shady work at home schemes will promise you. People are under the misconception that working online means easy fast money. Depending on how green or financially desperate you are, you'll fall for these lies. But I'm here to tell you don't fall for them especially any company claiming that you can just make money posting links! Do you remember my Earn4Share.com Review? Well it basically laid out one of these new link posting scams.
When you dig into my Excel Cash Flow Review you'll probably see the similarities. But let's dive in deeper to see if Excel Cash Flow is a scam or not!
What is Excel Cash Flow?
According to their sales page you are offered a ‘certified, proven and guaranteed home job to make up to $370 per day‘. They tell you that ‘positions in your area‘ are available, but you must act fast, because ‘this opportunity received a lot of national media attention, and ALL positions are filling up fast‘.
As you keep on reading, you'll learn that you can allegedly make money by simply posting links on the internet. Oh really? It's that easy huh? Supposedly there are companies that will gladly pay you for posting these links, because they would have to ‘buy new buildings and hire & house thousands of new employees to do the posting'.
These companies are desperate for people like you to independently post links for them. The “creator” of this program, Debbie Jones, claims to have created the industry-wide acclaimed “Wealth Development Certification Program which enables you to tap into this Billion Dollar industry at will”.
As a special bonus for signing up TODAY, you'll get “A Free One-On-One Consultation with A Internet Wealth Expert“. To become a “Search Engine Agent” cost you a ‘Special One-Time Investment' of $97
This is, in a nutshell, what Excel Cash Flow is, according to the creator Debbie Jones. Blah, Blah…
The Truth About Excel Cash Flow
In a nutshell: Excel Cash Flow is a big SCAM. And here are the numerous reasons you shouldn't fall for it:
The Presumed Creator of Excel Cash Flow is a FAKE!
Debbie Jones is not Debbie Jones; she is Camie White, as the images below show you.
Or is Camie White in reality Debbie Jones? Are you confused now? Don't be. The person in the picture is not Debbie, nor is she Camie. I don't know her real name, but the image is from a stock photo site. You can look at it under stock #51827662 at shutterstock.com
The Camie White/Debbie Jones Sob Story is a Big Lie!
Both are telling exactly the same story; divorced young, 6 year old daughter and hardly getting by….bla bla bla. They even moved to the same city, Sydney, Australia and if they didn't die by now, they live happily ever after.
But here comes the real bummer. There is a Melanie Pearson, and she too tells exactly the same story. I find it strange, because poor Melanie lives in the US, moved to New Jersey with her 6 year old daughter and she is the ‘creator' of another scam program, Automated Payday.
The Acclaimed National Media Attention is another BIG Lie!
As a matter of fact, the video on top of the sales page is a paid for infomercial that ran late nights on NBC many years ago. You may have caught it maybe some 5 to 7 years ago, as I did on one occasion. This badly produced clip has be used and re-used over the years by at least 50 of scams similar to Excel Cash Flow. Look at the screenshot below and take note of THE ONLY difference in the two programs.
The Testimonials Are Fake!
In the sidebar of the Excel Cash Flow sales page is a parade of testimonials, supposedly from ‘happy jobbers‘ which proclaim to have made thousands of dollars by posting links. Funny things do happen in life, particularly to hastily thrown together scam sites like this.
Either they don't care, are just sloppy or think we all are stupid enough NOT to notice small, but important details. Here we have Sarah & Luke from Toowoomba letting us know that they made over 2,000 bucks in 3 weeks, thanks to Debbie, and didn't mind the one-time-membership fee.
However small the detail may be, I find it important enough to point out to you that this testimonial was not written in regards to the scam on hand, but to another one called “Home Income Source”.
How lazy can you be? If you're going to scam us at least put in the effort to proofread your junk to change the name of your scam on the website!
The Free One-On-One Consultation With A Internet Wealth Expert.
First and foremost is there some type of certification that deems a person an internet wealth expert? Last I checked there isn't. But if you don't know any better you might think this is some big deal! But the reality is it's just a fancy title for a high pressure salesperson trying to sell you more worthless junk; take my word for it.
The “Wealth Development Certification Program”
This is not something Debbie Jones created. I am not sure who exactly is behind it, but it has the same function as the one-on-one consultant. It's a made high pressure sales tactic to get more of your money for worthless crap. If you're just interested in giving money away you might as well donate to a worthy charity like “Eddy with a y wallet fund”. LOL Just kidding but seriously this so called certification program is meaningless.
As if the crap I listed above wasn't warning signs enough that this nonsense should be avoided, let's hear what some people have actually experienced when they chose to ignore the sage words of Eddy with a y. LOL
Excel Cash Flow Complaints from Victims!
Here is a list of common complaints against Excel Cash Flow:
- People posted many links, had to pay for ads and did not make any money! What a surprise.
- Immediately after joining Excel Cash flow, people were bombarded with dozens of offers from the alleged “Wealth Development Certification Program” with similar ‘job programs'.
- The consultant that is supposedly there to help folks was only interested in get their credit information and did not answer specific questions.
- There is pretty much no response from the “support” staff.
- Refund requests have not been answered.
- Calls to the provided contact number went unanswered and people have been left on hold for hours!
Is Excel Cash Flow A Scam?
Well if you've read anything I've listed above, my opinion should be pretty clear. But let me lay it out for you, Excel Cash Flow is nothing but a shady Link Posting scam that should be avoided like that drunk family member during the holidays! They misrepresent legitimate businesses like affiliate marketing and gives the industry and people in it a bad name. Please understand that's not how we get down. Yes there are companies that will pay you for referring people to their websites. You may have heard a few of them such as Google, Amazon, etc. But making money with these companies and business isn't as easy as slapping links all over the web.
It takes a lot more hard work and patience than that. It's not something you're going to see fast results with but eventually you will and the results can be amazing if you're trained properly. Ultimately if it sounds too good to be true its usually is. A dead give away is when people are telling you it involves little work but you're paid more than you would be offline. That's BS offline and definitely online! Don't think because something online that all of sudden stuff is sweet and you don't have to put in hard work. You'll always end up being scammed if you believe such claims.
In any event, I'm pretty much done with this review. If you've read most of my past stuff you know I try to be objective with most companies even if I don't like certain elements about them. But I'm sorry there is nothing redeeming about Excel Cash Flow.
But maybe you feel differently, so feel free to chime down below in the comment box. As always I love hearing from you!
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That's it for today. Thanks for reading! I appreciate your continued support. Don't forget to leave a comment down below.
Eddy with a y
14 thoughts on “Excel Cash Flow Review – Link Posting Scam Exposed”
I signed up online to make money from home, the advertising stated that a payment of 97.00 would be required so I signed up, then it prompted me to pay $19.97 to learn how. Paid a total of 116.97 this transaction occurred on 7/22/2015. There was a 60 day refund guarantee. On August 25th I called into the customer service center and requested a refund, I was told it would be refunded to my credit card in 5 to 7 days. 10 days later I called back asking about my refund, I was told they were unable to process the refund to my credit card and a check had been mailed to me on Sept. 1, I should be receiving with in 5 to 7 days. On September 15th I called in again and was told that the Sept 1 check was stopped and that a check was processed on September 11th, I should receive in 7 to 10 days. On September 21 I called in, was told that the check was not mailed out spoke with a supervisor Jonnie employee number 0142 and she said the check was not mailed that they are refunding the money to my credit card with in 24 hours. Today I called in to again inquire and was hung up on, when I tried to call back I got music then silence and was hung up on three times, when I called back with my called id blocked it went right through. I filed a complaint about the business with the FTC this morning. The gentleman I spoke with today would not let me talk to a Supervisor or Manager, he indicated to me that the check was processed on Sept 11, and I just need to wait. This is the 4th story I was told. I asked why was I told it would be processed on my credit card, all he said was he was sorry and I should receive the check from the 11th, that it takes 7 to 10 days. I informed him that I was told the check did not go out, and it is over 7 to 10 days. He said to me a Manager would call me back today and then basically hung up on me. I’m not holding my breath for a Manager to call me. I have contacted the FTC and BBB
I’m sorry to hear that they’re running you around like this. I wish you would have found this review sooner.
This one is priceless. I am not sure whether to laugh at their poor attempt at a scam or be appalled that some people actually got trapped by them. I am in more of a mood to laugh though. So, thanks for keeping me safe and laughing!
You’re welcome HK! Great to hear from you. I do feel bad for people that fall for this. When you’re desperate to make money online you suspend common sense that you might use offline. So hopefully a lot of folks see and share this article.
Thank you for caring and being sincere.
You’re welcome Jean. Glad to help!
Thanks, Eddy. Appreciate your help in digging out the bad ones!!
You’re welcome Sandy!
You’re welcome Kevin!
Hi Eddy,thanks for breaking this down for me. I checked into a few of these offers, and can promiss you that you will spend a lot of time posting promotions for someone else’ offer and getting nothing in return. Great job as always
You’re welcome Donald.
Glad it helped!
I have seen so many of these and they try to change it up so when you click on the link it doesn’t have their name but as soon as it opens up the lady in a video begins to talk.. I never paid that mess attention cause like you say they all have the same story and you can tell it is fake/scam so when I see it I just immediately click off.
Sad what this world has become off with people that are looking for legitimate work and all these scammers out there and I check sites on scam adviser, then go to reviews to check out any reviews and also glad to have you Eddy to let us know of the scammers.. BEWARE IS ALL I CAN SAY, THEY ARE OUT THERE!!
These scam artists keep me busy. But I’m happy to be in the business of helping people avoid them!
Thanks for chiming in!