My Cash Flow Secret Review – Scam??

Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

My Cash Flow Secret is an online training program that claims to give you access to a proven $4,000 per day method which it says anyone can profit from even if they have no previous marketing experience…

The program even claims that you’ll be able to learn how to do it for free – but is it actually legit or is My Cash Flow Secret a scam that’s simply out to somehow part you with your cash?

I’ve taken a closer look into it & in this My Cash Flow Secret review, I’m sharing what I’ve found.

What Is My Cash Flow Secret?ย ย  |ย ย  How Does My Cash Flow Secret Work?ย ย  |ย ย  The Real Problemย ย  |ย ย  Is My Cash Flow Secret a Scam? ย  |ย ย  A Better Alternative

What Is My Cash Flow Secret?

My Cash Flow Secret is an online marketing training program that’s been put together by a guy named Paul Birdsall & it basically teaches you how you can promote Paul’s other products through ClickBank.

My Cash Flow Secret Website Screenshot

The product that it primarily teaches you how to promote is a product named Legit Flex Jobs Academy which is something I recently reviewed on this blog & found to be rather misleading.

The Legit Flex Jobs Academy program claimed to provide people with an opportunity to earn money by filling out simple worksheets online but in reality, it was actually just selling people into the same marketing training program that you are provided with through My Cash Flow Secret.

So essentially it was a case of you buying into the Legit Flex Jobs Academy program, then learning how to promote the exact same program onto other people & earning commissions by “tricking” them into purchasing something completely different to what they were promised.

How Does My Cash Flow Secret Work?

Basically, when you sign up to the My Cash Flow Secret program (which I don’t recommend you do) you’ll be given access to a bunch of training videos that teach you how to promote ClickBank products (mainly the Legit Flex Jobs Academy product).

Here is a screenshot of what the member’s area looks like:

My Cash Flow Secret Members Area

Don’t get me wrong some of the training is actually OK – you’ll get a fairly decent insight into what “niches” are & how affiliate marketing works, but you’ll be heavily pushed into upgrading for the “real stuff”.

You see as a free member the traffic-getting strategies that you’re provided with are pretty rubbish – you’re simply told to post your links on job classified websites & Facebook & use solo ads to promote your links via email.

Frankly, those methods suck & the chances of you making any money as a result of promoting via those channels will be very slim – in fact, you’ll probably end up with your accounts banned before any clicks even start coming through because essentially you’re being told to spam those platforms (which of course they don’t like).

Solo ads is pushed by Paul as being a really great method but in truth it’s not – whilst it might have worked several years ago these days solo ads will give you very poorly results & certainly won’t give you a good return of investment. Basically, you’ll just be pouring money down the drain.

So as a free member of the My Cash Flow Secret program you’ll find yourself pretty stuck & to have any chance at all of succeeding through the program you’ll need to purchase the premium membership which costs $37 per month.

The premium membership gives you training on using pay-per-click advertising & creating high-converting custom sales pages to help increase the number of affiliate sales you can generate.

To be honest, I’ll admit this training is better but frankly, in my opinion, it is still not worth the price, especially when you can get high-quality affiliate marketing training for free elsewhere at places like Commission Academy.

The big downside for me is that the My Cash Flow Secret program heavily focuses on using paid advertising but in my opinion that is not the best way to start because it involves a lot of trial & error which you will see you spending a LOT of money right off the bat before you even get the ball rolling.

The Real Problem…

Essentially it’s clear to me that Paul has created this program in an effort to try & get more people promoting his other programs whilst making money at their expense at the same time.

But the trouble with this is that the main product it focuses on teaching you how to promote is the Legit Flex Jobs Academy product which in my opinion is completely misleading & it’s something you can’t really promote with integrity.

As far as I’m concerned the Legit Flex Jobs Academy product sells the program on a complete pack of lies because there is no “paid homeworker job” like it makes out there is, it’s all just a ploy to get people to part with their cash…

And basically as a member of the My Cash Flow Secret program, these are the types of programs that you will be learning how to promote – so essentially do you really want to be scamming people?

I should think not.

Yes, there is some training you might find useful, yes you could potentially make money as a result of following it, but ultimately you are not being taught how to start a real business you are just being taught how to promote low-quality “scammy” type programs.

Is My Cash Flow Secret a Scam?

Well, it’s not really a scam because you do get some training in return for your money but it’s certainly not something I would recommend because if you bought into it I think you would find yourself disappointed.

Yes you can learn a bit from the training but in my opinion compared to training found elsewhere it’s very basic & I think it’s unlikely that you’ll make any real money even if you were to follow it to the letter.

The other issue is that once you’re in the program you’ll find yourself facing upsell after upsell as you will be promoted new products that claim to give you the “missing component” to help you succeed.

The truth is you’ll just end up burning through a load more cash until you eventually realize that the training is just leading you on a wild goose chase & that the creators are just trying to make as much money as they can from you.

So whilst there is some real training inside this program I won’t be recommending it to you because overall I believe it’s very low-quality & if you bought into it I believe you’d most likely be disappointed as what you received.

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

The best part is that there's literally no limit on the amount you can earn with it & the process is pretty simple which means that it's absolutely perfect for people that don't have much experience.

Some wealthy affiliates even earn as much as 5-figures per month... Or more!

Amazon Earnings Example

I mean don't get me wrong, that kind of money won't just fall into your lap without doing any work... But the harder you're willing to work at it, the more you stand to earn with it.

So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

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Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]
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18 thoughts on “My Cash Flow Secret Review – Scam??”

  1. The My Cash Flow website also uses fake reviewers. Just do an image search on the photos of the “reviewers” and you’ll find they’re not who the site says they are.

    • Yep, I recently exposed these worksheet processor jobs right here. Definitely worth avoiding – good job you only sent 4 worksheets & not more… Could have ended up costing you a lot of money!

  2. I’ve read your personal comments concerning this program. When I first saw it, there was a series of “How To” video’s put on by a guy named Trevor Harris. He was talking about how you could make money by filling out and sending in claim forms to collect a percentage of the money recovered for others. Guess I didn’t expand enough to get into the area where you mentioned. As a matter of fact, I was on the next day and tried to go back to watch the video’s again and I can’t get back to them…hmmm What are your thoughts on this deal or have you seen it ? About the other stuff… Thanks for the info !!

  3. The other day i sent in two worksheets and emailed the “federal account company” and they replied within a day. She said they will inform me if they received my worksheets and admission money within their 3-5 business day time frame. It’s now 10 days later and i emailed the company 3 days ago….now there is no reply. I hope this isn’t a scam and took my money. I was planning on having a child and need the money ๐Ÿ™

  4. Yes it is a scam. I looked up the addresses that you send the form and $5.00 to. They are UPS addresses. When I was in the Bank Of Canada website, if you click on the link below, this brings you to the real forms you would need to fill out if you or a relative was trying to get your money.
    Don’t waste your time or money.
    Another question to ask would be, why would I be mailing my form to a USA address, when it is a Canadian account with the Bank Of Canada.

  5. I too fell for the Travis Harris video….I sent in 4 sheets…I now know that it was a scam…I saw that first Travis said to process accvounts with a minimum balance of 500 or higher…then all of a sudden when i went back to the was updated to 100 dollar minimum balance….

  6. I was going through this site for a part-time money making job. I felt something was fishy from the beginning though the referrer Trevor Harris redirected to government sites to prepare the worksheets. I googled for reviews about this site and found it to be a scam ! ๐Ÿ™‚ Be it $5 or $1000 its hard earned money. Thanks to people who reviewed here clearly !

  7. Federal account recovery, you fill out a worksheet and send them along with $5.00 per worksheet. They charge the person with unclaimed money 30% to process forms with the government and mail you 75% of the 30% collected by them. They use to log on through Legit then the site was not available. Got email from them that the site was changed to cash flow secret. Site was open for a while and now it is not available again.

    Is this a scam or not.

    Thank you for your help.

    Alain Tebo

  8. Teach me how to be in online marketing to EBay, I want to market my product ,video learning in Africa-English to show how to use English in Africa for international recognition.


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