Creating Income System is clearly a scam. You have absolutely no idea what you are going to get for your money. The fact that this information is hidden is a pretty big indication that what you get isn’t very good. Legit companies are proud of their products and do not try to sell you a “secret system”.
Secret Cash Portals is another “pay to play” hosting scam where you are required to pay for expensive hosting though Cool Handle before you know what the ultimate money making system is.
A spot on example of a hosting scam. We are told of a fantastic, mystery business in a box program that we get access to for free (because we are so special), but the catch is that we have to pre-pay for several months or even years of hosting before we are allowed to know what we will be doing. Apparently we won’t be selling anything, which seems a bit sketchy to me.
Another example of a hosting scam. They give you a “free website” but you have to pay for expensive hosting. Training is low quality, support is nonexistent.
This is a recently revived hosting scam. A hosting scam (as I call it) is when a company asks you to buy a mystery make-money product but before you understand what it is, you must enter a hosting contract. With Free Affiliate System you are going to be promoting weight loss products on your website.
This is another example of a hosting scam. We are told that there is a magic bullet system that can create instant wealth, and we get it for free. All we need to do is pay for hosting to set up our free website. Total.And.Utter.BS.
Hosting scams are very common. They try to sell you a mystery system or “loop hole”, but don’t tell you how it works. All you need to do to get access to buy a hosting package. What kind of website is delivered varies, but it never works as promised. The truth is, if you want to make money online, there’s no such thing as “the easy way”
the product and I’m still waiting on customer service to send me my login details. But there are many things you can figure out about a program by doing a bit of research.
“Hosting Scam” is the term that’s generally used for products like Click Clone Cash. They pitch a million-dollar mystery system, tell you it’s free, then get you to buy non-refundable hosting for your website. Sometimes they include training, sometimes not. It just depends on how brash the product owner is.
This is a very standard scam product from Matt Berg and Chris Freville. We’ve seen products like this before. Not much to see here but proof that these guys have nothing in mind but profiting off of newbies.