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Amazon Cash Websites Scam – Beware Of This Work From Home Opportunity


Amazon Cash Websites Scam

Amazon Cash Websites is a new scam that is going around that lead you to believe you can make easy money online with some new program that Amazon has opened up. However, the whole thing is fake. It’s all a bunch of BS used to lure unsuspecting victims in and take their money. As you will see in my review here, there is a small chance that you can make money with this “system” or whatever you want to call it, but the chances are slim.

Are Amazon Cash Websites a scam? Absolutely. I will be going over the scam from the beginning to the end in this review. First I will be showing you the completely fake news articles that are used to lure people in followed by the real scam they are lowering you into. If you are considering buying into this you’re going to want to hold off on that and read this over first.

How They Lure In Their Victims

The scammers behind these scams use fake news articles to lure people in. These articles are beautifully set up and do appear to be ordinary legitimate news articles that you see on all types of different news sites, however they are completely fake. To the untrained eye they look real but if you dig a little deeper you will find that these are often simple one page news sites that were created to promote the scam and nothing else.

Of course the fake news article that I came across for this particular scam is pictured above and is titled “New – Work At Home Opportunity With Amazon In (wherever you live)”. They actually make the scam so that they appear to be opportunities right in your area. The use location trackers to say that there are positions available in the particular area that you live.

The Lies

What they say is that Amazon has released some new work at home program that will allow people to earn money from the comforts of their home. They lead you to believe that this is an opportunity to make a steady income every month and that is the real deal.

What they say is that Amazon has decided to invest in your area and is opening a bunch of over these new work at home jobs with this new program that has been released.

However, this is easily disproven because Amazon has not recently opened up some new work at home program. There are plenty of ways to earn money with Amazon from home but there is definitely not any new work at home program that they have released.

And of course, just like the majority of Internet scams out there, they tell you that all you have to do is apply for the position and everything else will just fall right into place. They lead you to believe that you have to purchase some “kit” and that “this will simply add as much as $14,000 to your monthly income”.

I mean this sounds incredible. He wouldn’t want to earn extra $14,000 per month working as much or as little as you want to? That sounds like an absolute dream job.

If this were true I would be all over it in a heartbeat… But of course it is not. It is nothing more than a scam.

What Is Really Going On Here

“Amazon Cash Websites” is a term used to promote many different scams online. They lure you in thinking that you are going to be making money from Amazon and then get you to buy into a different opportunity. I am very familiar with the scam because I have come across in the past with scams such as “Fast Income Generator”.

The Fast Income Generator scam that I reviewed fairly recently tells you the same BS as this one. They literally use the exact same fake news story about Amazon releasing some new work from home program, the differences that they change a few words and use it to promote the Fast Income Generator.

There is no telling what scam you are being lured into at first. As I said, these Amazon Cash Websites fake news articles or parts of funnels to lure people into various scams.

The Types of Scams They Lure You Into

One of the more recent scams that I have found these fake “Amazon Cash Websites” news articles lure you into is called Money Sucking Websites. This is a scam that is promoted as an opportunity to make $500 or more per day and it’s all a bunch of BS.

Basically this scam is one that set you up with a duplicate “money sucking website” and then pushes you to go out and promote the Money Sucking Website opportunity to other people. So you buy in thinking that you are going to be making money legitimately online with this awesome new website only to find that you are going to be making money by tricking others to join into this scam opportunity.

These are the types of scams that these fake Amazon news websites usually promote. They are almost always some BS system that claims to be completely automated and “done for you”, when the reality is that systems like this do not exist.

As a rule of thumb you should always avoid “make money online” programs that seem too good to be true. There is no “super easy” way to make money online. This is the reality I have come to having worked online since 2015. There are legitimate ways to make money, but nothing is super easy and everything takes real work.

Real Way to Make Money With Amazon

There are a few ways that you can earn money from through Amazon while working from home, one of which I’ll go over briefly because it might be something that is of interest to you.

Amazon has what is called an “affiliate program” that anyone can join and earn commissions promoting the products on Amazon. This is what is called affiliate marketing… when you promote products for a company online and earn commissions when you help make a sale.

Pretty much every business online nowadays has affiliate programs that you can join and earn commissions promoting their products. Its a win/win situation. You help make sales for them and you get a cut of the pie.

This Amazon affiliate program is nothing new though. It has been around for a while, I don’t know how long, but I can tell you for years and years, probably since Amazon started or shortly after.

My Recommendation

If you have an interest in making money online promoting products on Amazon and for other companies, but have no idea where to start then I would suggest Wealthy Affiliate. Wealthy Affiliate is a training program, the same one that I got started with back in 2015, that provides training and tools for aspiring affiliate marketers.

What’s nice about this place is that they provide everything you really need to make it work, the tools which include websites, along with the training and how to put those tools to use.

I’m not going to get into all the details here but if you are interested in doing this and want step by step training to guide you along the way then you can read my full Wealthy Affiliate review below…

Also feel free to leave any comments, questions, or concerns below in the comment section. They can be about anything that has to do with this post. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

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    1. I’m not sure Michael. This scam funnel is being used to promote different products so I would look into the refund policy, if any, for the one that you purchased.

  1. Hi there,

    Thanks for posting this. I’m super familiar with scammers but this though.. Had me thinking. They called my flipping cell and left a voicemail. When the reward is too big and the effort too little, I know it can’t be good.
    I appreciate your review! Hopefully many will ready before falling in the trap.



  2. Thanks for the wise advice, as well as the info provided here!
    Definitely considering checking this out. I appreciate the bare bones on how it all works, which you broke down into easy to understand language.
    Looking forward to a new adventure!

    1. I would keep an eye on your bank account. Maybe the information didn’t actually get submitted because of some technical error. Hopefully this is the case.

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