Easy Money Scams

Trevor Harris Scam – Beware

Trevor Harris ScamTrevor Harris is the serial scammer that has been involved in a number of “worksheet processing” scams that claim to be able to make you big bucks by processing unclaimed money worksheets. What he doesn’t tell you is that you will not make anything from these job opportunities and that the only outcome is you will end up with less money than when you started.

How Trevor’s Scams Work

Since you are reading this post I’m guessing that you came across and advertisement that looks something like this…

My Cashflow Secret

This is one of the most recent advertisements I have found for Trevor’s scams. It says that companies need help processing simple worksheets online and that you can make good money working part-time or full-time doing such.

If you enter your information to get more details you will be led to some sort of member’s training area that will go over the process of filling out these worksheets and making money doing so. One of Trevor’s most recent scams, My Cash Flow Secret, brings you to the members training area pictured below…

*Trevor Harris is also connected to the scams Legit Flex Jobs and NorthAmeriCorp.

My Cashflow Secret Scam

The scams will lead you to believe that you are going to be helping people reconnect with their unclaimed money. You will basically be using different public databases to find unclaimed money, filling out worksheets that requires you to enter information from these databases, and to sending these worksheets into a company that will help recover these funds.

What Trevor Harris’ scams tell you is that you will get a percentage of the money recovered. For example: the company that is recovering the funds will get 30% and over that 30% you will get a 75% cut. This means if you were to fill out a worksheet for $20,000 of unclaimed money you would get $4500. And of course Trevor leads you to believe that most of the accounts you will be recovering will be pretty big so you will be able to earn lots of money very easily.

How You Get Scammed

What Trevor tells you is that you have to send in a five dollar bill with every worksheet. This five dollars covers the cost of the company processing the worksheet and the cost of them sending you a check in the mail back to you when you get your cut of the money you helped claim.

However, you will never see any of that money again. You will just be out the five dollars, $10, $15, $20, $25, $30, $35, $40, or however much you sent in and you will never get anything back.

Unclaimed Money Is Real But This Scam Is Not

Believe it or not some of this “unclaimed money” stuff is actually real. There is a lot of unclaimed money out there and there are services that help people claim their rightful money. Unclaimed money can be in many different forms: checking accounts, savings accounts, stocks, refunds, safety deposit box contents, etc.

The unclaimed money thing does actually exist it’s just that Trevor Harris’scam program is completely fake. The most recent scam that Trevor is promoting, called My Cash Flow Secret, will have you send your worksheets into a company called Federal Account Recovery. This is the company that supposedly processes your worksheets and helps reconnect these unclaimed funds with their rightful owners.

If you go to Federal Account Recovery’s website and go to the contact page you will be able to see the address. They have two addresses, one of which is listed as…

Federal Account Recovery

6666 Odana Rd

Suite 283

Madison, Wisconsin 53719

If you look up this address or the other one on Google you will find that it is associated with a business called Akkers Global, which you can find on the Better Business Bureau’s website.

Akkers Global – The Fake Business

You will find that the BBB has been alert for the public stating that the addresses associated with this business or for UPS stores. This is a major red flag and a telltale sign of a scam. If Federal Account Recovery is the real deal then why would they not have their own address? Why would the have you send in these worksheets to a UPS store? It just seems rather odd and makes no sense.

If you read some of the reviews on this company, which are all negative by the way, you will find other people that have been victims of this unclaimed money worksheet processing scam. I took a screenshot below that you can take a look at for yourself if you wish…

Akkers Global scam

Conclusion on Everything

Trevor Harris is a scammer, no doubt. But who knows… Maybe this guy doesn’t even exist. Maybe the guy you here talking in the training videos is really someone else and “Trevor Harris” is just some made up name that he is using to promote his scams. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the case. Actually I would probably bet on it being the case. I review scams all the time and usually the people behind them make fake names or just that even say their name because they know that they are going to be making a lot of people mad and did not want to face the consequences.

But anyways… Whether Trevor Harris is real or not doesn’t really matter. The point of this post is to let people know that the use worksheet processing jobs that are presented by “Trevor Harris” are scams and you will not make money with them. The only thing that will happen is you will lose money.

As a rule of thumb, if a job opportunity sounds too good to be true and it probably is. Does earning thousands of dollars by filling out simple unclaimed money worksheets sound too good to be true? Yes it does and it is not true… It’s a scam.

Hopefully you’re reading this before falling victim to this scam. If you are a victim and have lost money to it than I am not really sure what to tell you. I don’t know if it is possible to get your money back or if it is worth the effort. If you don’t end up getting your money back at least you learned something from it. Mistakes are made but you live and you learn.

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