Company Name: Freedom Cash System
Company Owner: Karen Evans
Type Of Work: Link posting scam/ MOBE funnel
Price To Get Started: $47
Overall Ranking: 1/5 Stars
Freedom Cash System is another one of the many work from home systems out there that claim you can earn thousands of dollars for posting links online.
There are literally several dozens or more of these types of cookie-cutter websites out there that are all promising the same thing.
In the following review, I’ll be providing you with the cold hard truth about how this system works and showing you how they get away with making such ridiculous income claims.
If you have come to my website and landed on this review then chances are that you have many questions about this system and I tend to answer them for you over the next couple of minutes.
Freedom Cash System Review Overview
As I started doing my research on this system I quickly discovered that they were marketing this in 2 completely different ways.
1) As a link posting scam
2)As a MOBE Funnel
If you have run across similar websites like this one then you’re probably familiar with the link posting part where you’re told you can get paid on a per click basis for each link that you successfully post according to their precise instructions.
Like other programs of this nature, they usually have some type of fake news channel that they are supposedly featured on and they’re interviewing a single mom who was previously working 2 jobs until she discovered “this amazing system”
This is one of the most popular marketing techniques out there that most scam companies use to lure you in and try to make it seem like this is a legit opportunity.
Sadly, there are thousands of people out there that fall for these types of scams and lose hundreds of dollars in the process.
I know this because I was 1 of those people that were gullible enough to fall for these programs so I know this from personal experience.
Remember how they claim to pay you $500 just for signing up?
Do you wonder how they’re able to afford to make such a huge claim?
Well, If you have been involved in the internet marketing industry for a decent amount of time, then you may or may not be familiar with a company called My Online Business Empire Or MOBE for short.
Does this ring a bell for any of you guys?
In a nutshell, MOBE is a high ticket coaching program that could get as expensive as $30k if you were to go all in and purchase some of the top levels in the program.
The reason why they can offer such a bold guarantee is simply due to the fact that in order for this $500 to be valid you first need to buy into Matt Lloyds MTTB system which will set you back an additional $1,997.
The Usual Lies With A Little Twist
As I continued to do my research on this system I found most of the same bs income claims and shady marketing tactics.
However, it seems like they have changed up the design and layout of their message trying to throw people off.
See anything different about this screenshot compared to their other copy paste websites?
Well, there are only 2 things different about this, the name and picture.
Same scam, different name & pretty face!!
They have also changed things up by adding in the so called fake $500 bonus just for signing up as you will see in the screenshot below.
As I continued to make my way through the sales page the bs got so deep that I thought I was going to need to put my boots on just to get through it.
They’re now pulling out all the stops and trying to lure you in using the FOMO (Fear of missing out) emotion and claim that they’re only accepting 15 people from your city and once they reach this quota this program will be taken down.
What Exactly Will You Be Doing Once You Join?
On the sales page, you’re told that companies need you to help them post links online so that they can get the word out and drive more revenue to their site.
That’s simply not the case as link posting jobs like this don’t exist!!
It’s really unclear what you would gain access to if you were to invest in this scam and give this company your hard earned money.
Back in the day when I used to fall for these scams, I would usually get access to a dead forum and a few PDF files.
I also remember one time I got 30 ebooks that I was told to go out and sell with no explanation of how to do so.
I was actually able to find out that part of this system is linked to something called “Home Internet Careers” but once I clicked on the join button I was presented with an error screen like the one that you see below.
At first, I thought this might have been my internet connection but found out that wasn’t the case as my internet was working just fine for other sites.
If they can’t even keep their sales page up why should you risk entering your credit card number on a site that’s not even secure and stable enough to stay up and running?
Here’s What I Liked About It
- 60 day money back guarantee
Here’s What I Didn’t Like About It
- Misleading & unethical claims
- You are lied to from the minute you land on the sales page
- You won’t get $500 for signing up
- Acts as a funnel for MOBE (borderline Ponzi scheme)
The True Price You’ll Really Pay
While they advertise this for only $47 or lower if you try to click out of the sales page, this is used as bait to get you to pull out your credit card and avoid missing out on such a “great opportunity”
Give me a freaking break!!
If you were able to get the sales page to work for you then $47 or whatever price you pay to gain access to this system is just the tip of the iceberg compared to the true price that you’ll end up paying here.
Like I said earlier, MOBE is a high ticket investment system where you’ll need to buy into various levels in order to make any money with it.
Without going into too many details about MOBE you can look to spend upwards of $30k or more depending on whether you go all in or not.
You need to be really careful when dealing with these types of systems as they can draw you in quickly and drain your bank account, max out your credit cards, and drain your life savings within mere minutes if you don’t know what you’re getting yourself into.
The Bottom Line
I have reviewed a multitude of these types of programs in my 5 years as an internet marketer and I know first hand how they work.
I could spot 1 of these link posting scams from a mile away and I would advise you to stay as far away from them as you possibly can.
The idea of posting links online and getting paid on a per link basis sounds like the dream job and who wouldn’t want to have a job like this right?
The reality of all of this is that you can get paid to post links online but it’s nowhere even close to the way this company describes what you’ll be doing.
What are you talking about, Scott?
I’m talking about something called affiliate marketing.
This particular business model has been around for 22 years now (Dating back to 1996)
This is where you build a website, choose a topic to base your website on and partner with many well known online merchants like Amazon, Wal-Mart, Best Buy & Gamestop to name a few.
You’ll be given a special link which you’ll need to place on your website and when people click on your link and make a purchase based on your recommendation you’ll earn an affiliate commission.
There is a whole lot more to it than simply posting links and getting paid like you’re led to believe with this program.
The place that has shown me the proper way to post links online and get paid for it is Wealthy Affiliate.
It’s because of their in depth training and step by step task based learning system that I was able to finally avoid falling for scams like this and get with the right program.
Anyways, I really hope this review has given you guys an inside look at what to expect before you buy into the hype and bs claims that are usually associated with these types of sites.
Are you a previous or perhaps current member of this program with a story you would like to share with everyone here today?
I would love to hear all about it and answer any additional questions that you may have in the comments below.
Until next time