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The Private Cash Sites Review – Scam or Legit? — 4 Comments

  1. Thanks for the heads up on Private cash sites, I must admit when all these different programs start saying there is no to create no work to do blah blah blah, it always gets me thinking this is too good to be true and in most case it is. Of course everybody would love to do nothing and earn a full-time income online but in reality, this will never happen. Like you have pointed out joining a site such as Wealthy Affiliate is a great place to start and build a great business. I am doing just that so will give Private cash sites a wide birth. 🙂

    • I am glad that you are very cautious when it comes to joining money making opportunities Martin. Unfortunately, the great opportunities such as Wealthy Affiliate are too few in comparison to the scam programs. 

      Hopefully, by continuing to post reviews like this one, bloggers like us will succeed in getting these scammers out of business so that the Internet will remain to the honest marketers and become a safe place for the users again.

      Thanks for sharing your views Martin.


  2. Once again you have provided a worthy service and hopefully you will have steered someone, if not many, away from yet another scam. This will be another one I shall add to my ever growing list of ‘scams’. Normally I have the pleasure of being introduced to such sites via ‘spam’ emails. Having been caught once or twice before, I am now very sceptical about anything that  seems to good to be true. 

    I am relatively new to the online business world but already I am seeing a pattern that you have drawn attention to here. Many of these sites are passing themselves off as ‘Affiliate Marketing’ sites, when in actual fact, they are nothing of the sort. This makes life harder for those who generally want to give people the genuine opportunity to build their own online business in the Affiliate marketing arena.

    This is not the first time I have seen them seem ‘legitimised’ because they are under the ‘Clickbank’ umbrella and use the ’60 day money back guarantee’ as a sign of trustworthiness but, as you rightly point out, this is next to worthless if you buy the ‘upsells’ which will cost you way more. 

    • Thanks very much Romero for sharing in details how you deal with scammers. I am glad to see that you have an eye for these scam programs, after having been burnt a couple of times of course, like most of us here.

      I wish you the very best and I look forward to seeing you here again soon.


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