Desktop Commission System Scam Review

Overview:

This is a system like many others out there.  Full of hype and stories of unbelievable success and stories of people going from broke to earning huge amounts of money in DAYS!  They will tell you how they only need to work for 20 minutes a day or simply a few clicks will produce these huge amounts of money.

They really push the rags to riches stories with this type of scam and these scams are normally delivered straight to your inbox.  Whether you have maybe given your email for more information about making money online, earning money online, looked at bitcoin trading, it could be literally anything.  Heck, I even get them through visiting sites when researching to actually review these scams!

Most of these emails will have a little bit of text telling you how you can be making thousands of dollars by buying into a system, they then normally have a link that will take you to the video supposedly explaining how it works.  Although you are still none the wiser of the actual workings of this system by the time the video ends.

At the start of the video, it asks you “not to share”, “keep the secret”, says how this is a “confidential video”.

The video even touches on the number of scams and rip-offs out there.  States that in order to make big money you must take risks.

They are also putting up 99% of the costs to set up this system for you!  A ready-made system that you can copy and is fully automated after you spend just 20 minutes setting it up.  Too generous you think?

Of course, it is.  You still don’t have any clue what you are being asked for money for, no understanding of how the system works, you are just left with a timer or spaces left counter to try and entice you to part with your money.

This is a psychological trick used by many scam systems.  It is used to make you think you may be losing out on something important.  To make you think you may be letting something miraculous slip through your fingers.  But if you leave that email in your inbox and check it again a few days later you will see those same countdown timers the next time you check it.

>>>>>>See how I have created my online income here <<<<<<<<

Website Name: desktop commission system

Website URL: desktopcommissionsystem.com

Owner: uses the name, Jeff Carr

Type of Product: commission funnels

Scam or Useful: SCAM

My Opinion:

In my opinion, this is just another scam, promising you the world but most likely to leave you worse off financially, mentally and emotionally.

I always urge anyone who receives emails that seem too good to be true to ensure that they really look into and study these before you part with any money.

Again if you read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page you will see the statements such as “the typical purchaser does not make any money using this system”.

You may also notice that it states they use “paid actors” within the video.

Pushbuttonsystem Scam Review

Overview:

From the get-go, this site is offering and enticing you with ridiculous claims of making thousands of pounds per day by just pushing one button!

If you have landed on the sales page you would probably watch some of the videos that make these claims.  People stating that they have made $20 – $30 thousand dollars by just pushing a button.  You would also have seen Jay driving his sports car and entering a big house.

At no point in this video does he actually tell you what the system is or how it works!

Another HUGE RED FLAG is if you scroll to the bottom of the page you will be able to read the disclaimer.  In fact, this disclaimer totally contradicts what he is telling you on the video.

Read this picture of the disclaimer below.

He states NO ACTORS yet the disclaimer says they used actors in making the video

He also states on many occasions about the amount of money you will make by PUSHING THE BUTTON, yet the disclaimer clearly states that “the typical purchaser does not make any money using this system”

Website Name: Pushbuttonsystem

Website URL: Pushbuttonsystem.com

Owner:  Goes by the name of Jay Brown

Type of Product: online trading

Scam or Not: SCAM

My Opinion:  

This is without a doubt, in my mind, a scam.  You will pay the special discounted price of $37 for the system.  You will then be asked for an initial deposit of $250 to start your trading account.  Then if you wish you can push the button and see where it gets you.  In my opinion probably out of pocket.

If I were you I would stay well clear and remember to always read the disclaimer on these sites and research them before paying out any money.

Home Based Business-Scams, What to Look Out For

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Here at Work Up Online, we want to help you spot online scams before you fall victim and lose money to these fraudsters!  There are many ways that you can spot scams for yourself, but, if in doubt go online and find a reputable site and read the reviews.  Maybe even visit a few of these review sites to get a better picture.

Too good to be true offers!

As soon as you start looking online for business opportunities or how to go about creating an online business these fraudsters get their hands on your email address. When you first start looking like I myself did, you start to sign up for a few things, mainly information in the forms of PDF files or websites offering to help. This is how they get their hands on your email address, which is fine, only annoying. You will then start to receive emails promising you the world! This is when you need to know what to look for in the form of SCAMS.

When I first started out I was getting literally dozens of these emails every day, many of them were duplicate emails from different sources.  They may have had different headings, different senders but similar content in the actual emails but most had a link pointing the same scams.

The following information will give you an idea of how they operate and what to look out for. If in any doubt you can always search it. E.g. type the company name + scam into the search bar and see what comes up. It is worth checking out. 5 minutes of your time is better than lightening your wallet or purse.

What are the main attributes for any online business scams?

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Promises of making fast easy cash

Most of these fast, easy cash schemes are nothing more than taking your money from you and gambling with it on your behalf.  This can be in the form of automated betting schemes, funnel systems and some bitcoin trading systems.

If you want to earn money online and at home you need to be willing to work for it.  There are good reputable sites and systems out there so don’t lose hope.  It can be done!

Try to sell you a business or business product at highly reduced prices.

Some will try to sell you businesses or business blueprints and or systems for a highly reduced price. Normally stating that the product is worth two three hundred dollars or GBP. You may actually even receive these, but, often if you do there will be nothing telling you how to go about implementing the business or using the system.

Sometimes this is only to get you further into the trap and you may even then be asked for more money before your accounts are set up or for initial deposits to help you make money. Normally this is done when they are using trading software or have sold you trading software to use at home.

Some that offer business blueprints may then need you to enroll on a course to learn to use them and further your now bought business.  Of course these courses may also be at largely reduced prices!

 Tell you there are limited spots left.

They will often play psychological games, playing on your fear of missing out or fear of letting an opportunity pass you by.

They know if you are looking to make money online, whether it be part-time, full time or to help subsidize your current income that you fall into one of their easy categories.

  • A stay at home parent, looking to make money online.
  • Someone in ill health, disabled or someone who has trouble finding and keeping work or who wants to work around illnesses or disabilities.
  • People struggling to pay off debts and looking for a way out of debt.
  • Someone really unhappy in their current job or desperate to get out the rat race that we have as a working life.

Many people in these situations can feel a desperation to overcome these obstacles in search of financial freedom or even financial stability.  I know I have and know many others who have too.  It is not something to be shameful of but it can make you more vulnerable and susceptible to falling into these traps.

Accompanied by a video?

Many of the emails you receive with offers will have a link taking you to a video. This is normally where there is a sidebar with remaining spots left and/or a countdown timer.  This is a psychological trick, it is used to provoke a fear.  Fear of missing out or fear of letting something valuable slip through your fingers.

These videos are normally made using paid actors. The people behind these scams do not want anyone really knowing their identity. They sometimes use fake names and definitely do not want to appear in a video trying to sell you stuff when they know they are scamming you. You will sometimes notice that in the disclaimer there will be a sentence similar to:

“Testimonials in this video sales letter are paid actors portraying the results of the owners in real life situations”

The owners meaning the people that created this model/business/scam.

The Disclaimer

Always scroll to the bottom of the page and read the disclaimer. You will most likely find that while the video has made some pretty bold statements about earning all this money the disclaimer depicts a very different picture.

Mainly:

“The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system”

“does not guarantee income or success”

“do not represent an indication of future success or earnings”

Below is an example of a scam disclaimer

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*ALWAYS READ THE DISCLAIMER ON ANY WEBSITE THAT WANTS YOU TO PAY OUT MONEY*

Of course, there are other online business scams such as Data Entry work, Envelope Stuffing, Craft Assembly to name a few.  Very few of these have good earning potential but are posted in many places offering work online or at home so be aware of these too.  I will cover these in another post soon.

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