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Is Ecom Cash Code a Scam? – There Is No Secret

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Is this Ecom Cash Code program a scam? I came across this recently online and in this review I’ll be going over what you really need to know. Is this the incredible money making opportunity that the spokesperson (Teo Vee) claims it is? Is there really some code that you can just tap into in order to make tons of money online? Or is Ecom Cash Code a big old scam that you should avoid at all costs?

Since you are reading my review here I am guessing you are suspicious of what you were told. You probably watched the video presentation and things just seemed to be too good to be true. And… Well… It is a good thing that you did take the time to do a little extra research. Anyone who buys into this after watching the video presentation is probably going to feel scammed afterwords because of how misleading things are.

Ecom Cash Code Review

When you land on the website for Ecom Cash Code, which is cashcodesecret.com by the way, you are presented with a video presentation that starts out with the spokesperson telling you there is some “little-known trend” that could put a ton of money in your pocket. You find out later that the guy’s name is supposedly “Teo Vee”.

He tells you that e-commerce is booming and that there is supposedly some “code” out there that allows you to legally tap into purchases from customers all over the world and rewards you in commissions.

And of course anyone can do this… It is super easy. Teo Vee, claims he used to be a dishwasher that was struggling just to make enough money to get by. He had been scammed multiple times online and then finally came across some guy that had some “code” for making money. For some strange reason the guy was going to share his code with them and Teo “selected a website that looked interesting”, then “plugged in the code” and “followed along”. Then of course she just waited and… BOOM… The next day you will help with $213 in his bank.

So obviously this all sounds a little bit far-fetched. Do things this great actually happen in real life? Or is this just some fairytale load of BS that is going to suck you into a nasty scam and leave you with less money than when you started?

Before I get into what is really going on here, I first want to go over some of the major red flags that stood out to me. If you have any hope that this may actually be legitimate, these might change your mind…

Red Flags

#1 – Just Sounds Too Good To Be True

Well obviously everything sounds just too good to be true. I mean is there really some “code” that anyone can plug into to make tens of thousands of dollars per month? And if there is… Why isn’t everyone doing this? Is it some secret?

Things just don’t really add up and pretty much every scam that has ever existed sounds too good to be true. This is a major red flag for sure.

#2 – Fake Reviews

You should also be aware that the testimonial reviews that were displayed in the video presentation are fake. In fact, in the video they even stay in small print that they are “real testimonials, actor portrayals”, but I’m hesitant to believe that they are real in any way. There are just too many lies being thrown around here for me to trust much of anything you are told and is not like I haven’t seen completely fake testimonials 1000 times before.

#3 – Very Inexpensive

A big red flag is the price. Why is this only being sold for $47, after being discounted multiple times of course, if this is such an amazing program/system? I mean if this really is as great as you are told and you really can make tens of thousands of dollars each month just by playing in some code, then it would easily be able to sell for thousands of dollars.

Oh that’s right… Teo Vee is giving it away for very cheap because he just wants to help people out. How could I forget?

Again though… Many of the scams out there will feed you the same line of garbage… That they just want to help out.

#4 – Limited Availability

At one point in the video presentation you are told that there are only 200 available openings and that there are probably thousands of people watching the video presentation at the same time you are. This is likely all a lie. If this scam is what I think it is, as I will go over shortly, there are definitely not only 200 openings.

This is more than likely just a good case of false scarcity, a deceptive marketing tactic that leads people to believe they need to buy in right away in order to secure their spot.

How This “Code” Works

The biggest red flag of all is that there is no good explanation of how this code actually works. Your left in the dark on this one. It already sounds strange enough that there is some “code” that you can just plug into in order to make tons of money, and make things worse you aren’t given any real information on this code.

But anyways… This is how you are told that it all works:

First, it taps into the growing trend of online sales. Then you just plug-in and follow the code on websites that sell products.You use the code and hit “go”. It is that simple.

But this tells you absolutely nothing. How is anyone supposed to know what is really going on here after that horrible explanation? Everything about this is just seeming more and more like a scam. This information is extremely vague and I guess in order to find out what you are getting involved in, you first have to actually buy into it. A major red flag.

What You Are Really Buying Into

While you want told anything about what you are really buying into, and I haven’t personally bought into this, I have reason to believe that what you are really buying into is “My Ecom Club“. This is one of the programs that Teo Vee is involved with and has been promoting a lot in similar scammy ways. In fact, I actually came across this program after reviewing a very misleading scam called Free Biz Account.

There our multiple different deceptive sales funnels out there that are being used to funnel people into this My Ecom Club program. They are all a great example of deceptive online marketing at its finest. In the world of online marketing, it seems that nothing is off limits… No lie is too great to be told.

But anyways… This program that you are being funneled into is all about e-commerce. There is no “code” or anything like that. That is all a stupid lie that is being used to sucker people into buying into this.

The program itself provides you with training on e-commerce, specifically on drop shipping via Shopify and AliExpress. From what I have heard the training isn’t actually all that bad… Not as bad as you would expect from the ridiculous marketing tactics used to sell it. There is some good value provided, but you should also know that it can get pretty darn pricey.

Well it only starts out at $47, there are multiple up-sells that you will be pushed into buying.

The Bottom Line

While there might be some value in all of this, do you really want to get involved in a program like this?… A program that was marketed in an incredibly misleading way? I know I sure don’t and that is why I am definitely not recommending anyone buy into this. If you do want to get involved in e-commerce and a drop shipping then keep looking around. There are plenty of different training programs out there.

* Lots of complaints about My Ecom Club on the Better Business Bureau’s website by the way.

Just about everything you are told in the video presentation was a lie. The testimonials are more than likely completely fake, there is no “code” that people are just using to make tons of easy money online… It is all a lie. There is a lot of work that goes into running a drop shipping e-commerce business. I know this because I ran a couple different e-commerce websites in which I drop shipped from for over two years.

Recommendation for Beginners

If you are looking to make money online but don’t know where to start, I would recommend taking a look at this program. This is where I got started back in 2015 when I was first looking for ways to make money online. To sum it all up… I now make a living working online and if I never came across this program I probably would not. I’m not going to get into it here, but you can click the button below to learn more…

Leave any questions or comments you might have down below in the comment section and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

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