What is Easy Cash Concepts?
A concept of making easy cash?
Or just another example of a dangling carrot,
That marketing gurus hang on one end of a string for you to chase?
Jamie Taylor, the supposed founder of this system, seems very charitable.
That she’ll offer you an opportunity to bank $9,000 to $12,000 a month into your bank account.
All you gotta’ do is sign up, provide some details,
And watch your account grow with money!
Lucrative, isn’t it?
It feels like the ‘golden ticket’ to living the Internet lifestyle!
Hmm… not convinced?
Don’t feel like joining the program?
And you’re skeptical?
Very well, I see you’re a brilliant guy.
Why would you fall for such hype…
When you’ve seen that promise elsewhere (and never delivered)?
Despite the credible-looking website of Easy Cash Concepts, you somehow hesitated.
Because your gut feeling tells you that it’s all “too good to be true”.
And guess what, you’re right!
Easy Cash Concepts is something you should think twice before joining.
And lucky for you, I’ll reveal the foul stench of this work opportunity.
Backed by proofs that put the nail on the coffin.
Shall we dive in?
Name: Easy Cash Concepts
Founder: Jamie Taylor…?
Price: Free, but requires information
Verdict: Not Recommended
What is Easy Cash Concepts All About?
Easy Cash Concepts is a new work opportunity, founded by Jamie Taylor.
She used to work on a typical 9 to 5 job, but lost her job along the way.
She never had a job ever since (finding a new one was tough for her).
And went over to the Internet to try her luck.
I don’t know the whole story.
But both of us do agree that she’s now a star.
Coz’ she’s making $12,000 per month while only working 15 to 18 hours a week.
A typical newbie reading her story would surely be persuaded.
And would try to follow her footsteps.
I suppose that’s why she created Easy Cash Concepts.
It’s a website claiming to offer a work-at-home opportunity for those interested.
When I landed on the page for the very first time, I felt that it look credible.
Since it had lots of interesting topics (menu bar), articles, featured video, social shares, and a picture of Jamie and her family.
However, there’s just one thing bothering me.
Up til’ now, I’m still trying to look for the word ‘Easy Cash Concepts’ in the webpage.
Usually, the name of the business or product is shown on the top.
Or via a brand logo (think Google, Amazon, or Yahoo).
But I see no signs of ECC in this website.
I’m afraid we might have landed on the wrong website.
Nah, just kidding…
We landed on the right page.
But maybe, not on the right opportunity!
How Does Easy Cash Concepts Work?
I’ve hinted you on how ECC works via the intro.
But let’s look into it in more detail.
I said that you’ll be signing up into something.
You’ll be providing your details such as your name, email address, phone number, home address, and plenty of other stuff.
That’s too much info required to sign up!
If you do this though, you’ll open up the doors leading to your 9 to 12k per month lifestyle!
Don’t you want that?
For sure, innocent newbies will bite the bait and sign up with ECC.
Sadly, what happens in the next page will turn you off:
In short, you’re handing out sensitive information to Jamie in exchange for nothing.
The founder has set up a lead page designed to collect your information.
And probably, they’ll sell your contact info to other marketers.
Or throw crappy offers at you.
They might even call you up or knock at your door to continue their promotions.
But offer ZERO value for you.
Leading to a complete identity theft.
Verdict: Is Easy Cash Concepts a Scam OR a Scam?
You think I might have forgotten to change the heading…
Truth is, I intentionally let it that way.
Coz’ there’s no way ECC can be a legit scheme.
If all it does is steal your information in exchange for nothing.
Stripping your privacy,
And leaving you wide open to marketing predators!
Want some proof?
1. One URL All Throughout the Site
If you hover over every link throughout the news site, you’ll notice something peculiar.
The bottom left part of your browser (where URL is flashed) always show a single URL.
Try it now. Over and over.
Until you’re convinced that I’m right.
Clicking through it will direct you to the lead page I’ve shown you.
The same page used to capture your precious information.
The same page that Jamie uses as a ‘trap’ waiting to be activated.
The same page that leads to NOTHING!
Scary, isn’t it?
Easy Cash Concepts turns out to be a ‘bridge page’ that lures innocent people into their identity theft scheme.
With the help of hype of course.
And some credibility cues…
2. Speaking of Credibility, They’re FAKE
Remember the lead page?
The ones with plenty of blanks you have to fill in?
Beside it are two testimonials, with one being the Middle East guy (Amir K.).
Sorry to break it to you, but he’s a fake testimonial.
With a bit of searching, I caught his image from Shutterstock, sold as a stock photo.
Goes to show how far crooks will go to create a convincing testimonial.
That is, buy a royalty-free photo then craft a compelling story (that’s purely fictitious).
Speaking of stock photos, the faking doesn’t end there.
3. No Such Thing as Jamie Taylor
In the news site, you might have seen the picture of Jamie Taylor and her kids.
They look happy together, don’t they?
Sorry to say my friend, but Jamie Taylor is a complete fake.
There exists no Jamie Taylor in the work-at-home space.
Coz’ I’ve seen her in yet another stock photo site:
In other words, Jamie Taylor is not real. An impostor.
An anonymous person who’s hiding her hideous crimes in the blanket of the Internet!
4. Now Tell Me…
Do you still trust this site…
To land you a $9,000 to $12,000 a month job?
If I were you, I’ll stay away from it.
Even shred the offer into pieces.
And look for something else that’s legit.
Without question, I do NOT RECOMMEND Easy Cash Concepts.
It provides ZERO benefits, all while putting your privacy in danger.
There’s a ‘Concept’ to Making Money, But It’s NOT Easy
I believe in the idea that anyone can attract wealth towards his or her life.
Provided you’re in the right frame of mind.
Likewise, the principle works in reverse.
If you’re in the wrong frame of mind, you’ll repel wealth away.
And instead attract poverty and misery.
Such bad thinking will lead you to bad opportunities.
Towards get rich quick schemes such as Easy Cash Concepts.
Luckily, you can turn it around.
The first step to attracting wealth is to stop chasing the dangling carrot.
Don’t follow shiny objects. Like what I did in the past.
I bought thousands of dollars worth of these schemes, the most notorious being a coaching program.
End result, I burned my wallet.
Instead of me getting rich, the gurus were the ones who got richer!
I’ll never repeat my mistake.
And I returned to the original training program I used to attend before following the hype (it was a hard pill to swallow).
2 years into my online marketing journey, and it never fails to disappoint me.
In fact, it has gotten even better.
And it continually evolves, like a plant growing into a tree.
If I were you, I’ll give it a glimpse (there’s no cost in doing so).
That’s all for my Easy Cash Concepts review. You’re brilliant coz’ you’ve managed to dodge a painful blow (to your privacy).
Wanna’ tell me something? Just comment below and I’ll get back to it.