Is My Home Cash Club Legit or a Scam? [Review]

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 Home Cash Club is brand new system that’s just launched & it promises to provide its visitors with an easy way to make a guarantee sum of $500 per day even if they’re brand new to making money online…

My Home Cash Club System Website ScreenshotThe creator claims that it’s different to anything else & that only a few people will be allowed access due to so-called “time limitations”, but in order to actually get access you have to hand over some of your own cash first which has probably made you suspicious.

So what’s the truth about it? Is My Home Cash Club legit & does it really work as promised? Or is it just a scam that’ll result in you losing money rather than actually making it?

Well it’s a good job you decided to do your due diligence before signing up to it because I can tell you straight away that the My Home Cash Club system is NOT what it seems & as you’ll soon see in this honest review there’s a very slim chance of you making any money with it.

What Is My Home Cash Club?   |   How Does My Home Cash Club Work?   |   Getting a Refund   |   Is My Home Cash Club a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is My Home Cash Club?

The newly launched My Home Cash Club system promises to give you access to a “shocking & extremely lucrative” method for making money online that has allegedly never been seen before.

You’re led to believe by the system’s creator (who remains anonymous) that using the method you’ll be able to generate a guaranteed income of $10,000 to $30,000 per month right from the comfort of your own home…

My Home Cash Club Income Claim

And if that doesn’t already sound good enough, the creator even claims that you can earn all of that money by putting in just a mere 30 minutes of work per day.

But there’s something fishy about it…

It just sounds WAY too good to be true, right? And you know what they say about stuff that sounds too good to be true…

It usually is!

And I can tell you right from the off here that the My Home Cash Club system is indeed too good to be true, and I can say that with 100% confidence because I’ve seen this exact same system several times before.

The whole thing doesn’t work as promised (as you’ll soon see in this review) and the creator just keeps changing the name of it in an effort to escape the negative reviews so that he can continue tricking people into paying money to join.

Some of its previous names include Website ATM, Money Sucking Websites, Your Dream Websites, $500 Cash Club & most recently Profit Point Autonomy

But as I say, despite the names & websites appearing to be different, the con behind it remains exactly the same as you’ll soon see for yourself below when I explain in greater detail exactly how it all works…

How Does My Home Cash Club Work?

The truth is that despite its bold & seemingly attractive claims, the My Home Cash Club program in reality is all just a ploy to get you hand over some of your own hard earned cash so that the creator can earn at your expense.

There isn’t really any “secret” or “never seen before” strategy inside of the program, and there’s frankly no way that you’ll find yourself making anywhere near $10,000 per month with it by just putting in 30 minutes of work per day.

Those are just lies put out by the creator to make the whole deal sound good so that you’ll be more likely to sign up to try it out…

Then when you do sign you up you’ll be left to discover that all you’re provided with is some extremely basic training on something called affiliate marketing, which in itself is a legitimate way to make money.

Affiliate marketing is actually the same way I make most of my own money online.

The problem doesn’t lie with affiliate marketing itself, it lies with the way that My Home Cash Club sells it to you, and it lies with the extremely poor quality training they provide you with in return for your money.

You see affiliate marketing basically involves you connecting people with products/services online & getting paid commissions in return – and there are legitimate places you can get started with it such as Wealthy Affiliate.

Affiliate Marketing Explained

However what you must be aware of is that affiliate marketing takes work & time. You cannot just expect to get started today & begin making money tomorrow, it could actually take weeks (or months) before you get your first commission.

And the reason for that is because it is a business, not a job, so you have to work at it & build it up.

But the good news is that if you do indeed work at it then affiliate marketing can be a great way to build a solid income online, and the amount you can earn from it (since it’s a business) is totally uncapped.

You could make $1,000 per month, $10,000 – and some people even make $100,000+ per month!

But like I say the problem is that the My Home Cash Club system makes out like everything is going to be super easy & that you can simply make money right from the get-go with very little work which just hands down isn’t true.

It’s just a gimmick to get you to hand over your cash so that whoever is behind it can cash-in at your expense. Don’t fall for it, instead you can get started at a legitimate place like Commission Academy without having to pay anything upfront.

Can You Get a Refund?

If you’ve already bought into My Home Cash Club then no doubt you’re probably wanting a refund, so I figured I’d touch on that here too… However sadly I have to admit that your chances don’t look too great.

The reason I say that is because quite often many of these scam systems use 3rd party marketplaces to sell their products, such as ClickBank or ClickSure which means you stand a good chance of being able to get your money back by complaining to them directly…

However in the instance of My Home Cash Club it doesn’t look like they’re doing this, it looks like they’re actually taking the payments directly which means it could be much harder to obtain a refund if you’ve already bought in.

Now in general your first line of call to get a refund would be to contact the seller directly… So you should technically contact the creators of My Home Cash Club first – however given all of the lies & tricks on their website, I can’t see them being too helpful with regards to reuniting you with your money.

Not to mention the fact they don’t provide any working contact details (as far as I can see) anyway…

So my advice instead would be to complain to your bank about the charge, or to look on your bank statement and see if you can see any details of an intermediary that you can contact for help (as they may be using some 3rd party for payments after all).

But more often than not in these instances unless you’ve lost a LOT of money in a single transaction (over £100) then there’s generally not a great deal you can do… And that’s what the scammers prey on.

Which brings me onto…

Is My Home Cash Club a Scam?

I appreciate that My Home Cash Club does give you “some” training in return for your money, however in my opinion I still believe it is a scam because the claims it makes are extremely misleading & unlikely to happen.

In fact I highly doubt that anybody who signs up to My Home Cash Club will make any money at all. I believe that instead they’ll just be more likely to find themselves spending it, not making it – so the creator will be getting rich at their expense.

They’ve certainly tried to cover their butts by providing “some” training on affiliate marketing but in my opinion it is not enough, and whilst it is indeed possible to generate $10,000 to $30,000 per month with affiliate marketing it is going to take a lot of work to do so… You are not going to be able to do it in just 30 minutes per day like the My Home Cash Club system claims you will.

Plus there’s simply no need to waste your money on the My Home Cash Club program because you can actually get started at Wealthy Affiliate for free, which is a legitimate affiliate marketing training ground.

And I can tell you with 100% certainty that Commission Academy is WAY better than My Home Cash Club.

So it comes without saying that there is simply no way I’ll be recommending the My Home Cash Club system to you because as far as I’m concerned it’s just junk & it’ll just see you wasting your money.

Instead if you really want to make good money online I suggest you either join Wealthy Affiliate or check out these alternative ways to make money.

But whatever you decide to do I just sincerely hope that my review here has given you a good insight into how My Home Cash Club works & hopefully it has helped you to save your money.

Feel free to leave any further comments or questions below. 🙂

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.

About the Author:
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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17 thoughts on “Is My Home Cash Club Legit or a Scam? [Review]”

  1. It seems like your just saying he’s saying this program isn’t good and to give your program a try! We all know you have to work hard with dedication and use the tools provided to make money on the internet or any way in life. Paying 50 dollars doesn’t seem too bad for information on how to make money online to me personally, so in my opinion it should be up to the individual to decide if they want to continue doing something they paid for rather then making us feel like we made a poor decision based on your allegations and trying to promote your products!

    • Hi Ryan, you’ve nailed it – that’s exactly what I’m saying because I believe my alternative is MUCH better than the My Home Cash Club program & gives people a much better chance of achieving success. From the information provided in my review above it’s quite evident that the My Home Cash Club program isn’t really set out to help people like it claims & therefore it’ll very likely just see people wasting their money. People are indeed free to make their own decision, but as an expert I am simply sharing my thoughts above to help them make the right one. 🙂

  2. I actually signed up to MyHomeCashClub last wk. I was ill and had to make up my hrs working overtime at work. I wasn’t able to call. I finally did today on Saturday and a guy Jack picked up. He stated someone who is my coach (Renee) Will contact me. Few things to point out that made me think why didn’t I check the reviews like I usually do( we’ll blame it in me being ill and needing money cause I have a baby due in a month and my lady is home on bed rest collecting disability because she is high risk)
    1.) Jack stuttered a lot and asked me questions that were basic but also asked if I have extra money aside to invest in myself, why when I gave up my last amount of money I had to spend on b.s.
    2.) Some of us work and not having support on the wknds bothers me. I work 11-7pm and can’t take a call after 9am unless it will be a half hr long but then I have to go to work and beat traffic.
    3.) They offered a free website but then when you click on it they have a simple monthly payment, web host etc but want the fee in advance of over $160plus. That’s elusive for one and two why can’t we just pay monthly Vs more money we don’t have for that year account.
    4.) This made me research reviews like I should have done earlier and find a few bad things and the fact to get a refund and no real support makes me really want to reconsider but will I be in luck with my refund? We shall see…
    5.) Why is it only one person is available to help me Vs a staff of people?
    6.) I can’t even start until they reach me and that makes it a wk from my so called 60day MBG so I’m bothered I can’t even study anything or start on my own terms.
    7.) They promised me I would get unlimited coaching and be a V.I.P member if I signed up by a certain time and I can’t even move forward today again making me feel a certain way.

    More things that stand out but those are the most important. I keep giving companies that turn out to be scams my little but very hard earned money and it seems they keep getting away with scamming people then we look at reviews and they promote their items and more money lost of they just wanted to make money off our clicks so it’s hard to maintain anything yet jobs seem to under pay hard working employees to what avail with all this.

    I like the fact the program you’re promoting is free but as much as I want to pay for premium it’s hard right now with all the bills piling up. On average do you think it’s possible to start making at least enough money with the free program for people in my situation to pay that premium? I’m for the people so I wanted to address both aspects.

    • Hi Luis, thanks for your comment. In answer to your question I would say that if you’re brand new then no, that’s probably not going to be realistic. The idea of the Starter membership is simply to give you access so that you can see what you’re going to be getting & so that you can “make a start” if you don’t have the funds immediately available. The Premium membership is there for those that are serious about pursuing it & at a cost of just a little over $1 all it takes is a small lifestyle change (such as cutting out that cup of coffee on a morning) to be able to cover it.

  3. I laughed when I saw the video for My Home Cash Club and yes you are correct about the changing names and people can see this by signing up to Muncheye. As far as Wealthy Affiliate, it’s an okay place to learn if you plow through the lessons, but honestly, after learning the material there, you need to find an actual mentor, move your site to your own server and find a good mentor. The SEO training there is a bit lacking, and they make no mention of easier ways to create a site without having to blog 24/7, but that’s because they’d lose money LOL. WA is a great place for beginners, but once you have the knowledge, it’s time to move on. I really liked your article.

  4. You cannot get ahold of them if you need a refund. If you do reach someone and that’s very seldom it’s always the wrong person. They tell you to go to another place and they do mot answer phones there. They also give you an email and it does not go thru.
    That is my personal experience.
    No refund.

  5. After reading the article and the comments I was enlightened a little more of just how many people will take advantage of your desire to become rich without any real effort.
    I have always been of the mind, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”
    Thankfully I have never been subjected to any scams by someone trying to fool me out of my hard-earned money because of that quote.
    I feel bad for the people who have been suckered and think, only if they had done their research…
    That’s the problem with a lot of folks, they want to get rich quickly and more often than not you have to work hard and build a base before that happens.
    In the future if they are going to fall for these schemes with the promise of a full money back guarantee, they should pay with an avenue that protects them against scams, for example, PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover. A reputable company. Never use your debit card, it’s to easy for them to keep taking money from your account and bleed it dry before you become aware.
    Thanks again for the article!!


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