UBA Tracers Scam Exposed – Review Uncovers The Fake Worksheet Processing Jobs

Dale

UBA Tracers (short for Unclaimed Bank Account Tracers) is a newly launched website that claims it needs help processing unclaimed bank accounts & promises to provide its visitors with the opportunity to earn up to $37.25 per hour from home if they’re willing to help them out…

UBA Tracers Website ScreenshotVisitors are led to believe that all they need to do is search databases of unclaimed money then fill in worksheets & they’re told that in return they’ll get a whopping 10% of the cut when the money gets returned…

The UBA Tracers website even claims that people have made hundreds of thousands of dollars through their website whilst working flexible hours… But is UBA Tracers legit? Or is it just a scam that’ll somehow con you instead?

Well I’m glad you decide to do your due diligence & came to this review first before signing up because what I can tell you right from the off is that UBA Tracers is NOT what it seems (as you’ll soon find out)…

What Is UBA Tracers?   |   How Does UBA Tracers Work?   |   The Red Flags   |   Is UBA Tracers a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is UBA Tracers?

UBA Tracers (which as mentioned above stands for Unclaimed Bank Account Tracers) claims to be a website that helps reunite people with their lost funds, otherwise known as unclaimed funds.

But they claim that due to the huge amount of unclaimed money they need help, and that’s where you come in… Because they claim that if you search databases & process worksheets for them, they’ll pay you 10% of the unclaimed money in return.

UBA Tracers Steps

So as an example if you find an account containing $1,000 in the unclaimed money database & you process the worksheet required for UBA Tracers to help reunite the owner with the money, they claim they’ll pay you $100 in return.

It sounds like a nice & easy way to make money right?

And it almost sounds legit?

UBA Tracers seem like they’re offering a service that could actually be true… They make out like they’re helping people to get their lost money back & they claim that all they do in return is take a percentage which seems logical.

And there is actually such thing as “unclaimed money”, so you might be thinking that UBA Tracers could actually be offering a genuine opportunity…

But unfortunately I can tell you right here from the off that they’re not, and the reason I can say that so confidently is because I’ve actually seen the UBA Tracers scam before running under the name of NorthAmeriCorp.

The name may have changed but how it works remains exactly the same, and instead of paying you the UBA Tracers website will actually just end up taking money FROM you instead as you’ll soon see below…

How Does UBA Tracers Work?

Ultimately the entire UBA Tracers website is just a ploy to trick you into purchasing some worksheets – except in short there are no worksheets, the creator is just getting you to hand over your cash so that he can earn at your expense… The “worksheets” will never actually arrive.

You see yes, like I mentioned above there is actually unclaimed money in existence (and a lot of it too). For example people may have died & had bank accounts that nobody knew about & that were not left in the will, etc…

There are many other reasons for unclaimed money too…

And basically after 10 years of inactivity this unclaimed money gets listed into databases to help people retrieve it & as a member of the public you can search through these databases to find anything you or your family think you might be owed.

But the problem comes with the whole “worksheet processing” opportunity, that bit’s the scam… In fact I actually previously wrote a full article explaining in detail about the legitimacy of worksheet processing jobs not so long ago.

You see the creators of UBA Tracers want to make it seem like you’ll be able to make money really easily (and lots of it). They want you to think that you’ll just be able to find money in these databases, fill in the details & send it to them to get a 10% cut of each one you process…

It sounds like a really nice, easy job & they make it seem like you’ll be able to make $100+ per day by doing it…

However before you can get started with it, guess what? They require you to hand over some of your own money first & this is exactly where the scam lies. They want YOU to “purchase a pack of worksheets”.

They say that you need to order to worksheets & that as soon as you’ve got them you’ll be able to proceed with the job & begin earning money.

You might be sceptical, but at just a small fee of $5 for the worksheets they’re hoping that you simply think “what the heck, I’ll give it a try” – and sadly most people do, but they’re doing this to thousands of people.

And then once they’ve got the money that’s it, you’ve been scammed – no worksheets will ever arrive because the worksheet processing thing is NOT legit (at least not in the way they claim anyway).

Like I say you can read my full article on the worksheet processor jobs scam here if you want to find out more about it (and to see the other companies that you should be watching out for that are doing the same thing).

Oh and just in case you’re thinking about trying it out despite what I’ve said above you might want to read this…

The Red-Flags That Prove It’s NOT Legit

Well first of all there’s the fact that the whole thing simply doesn’t add up. UBA Tracers claim that they’re absolutely desperate for help & that they’re so urgently in need of worksheet processors that they’re willing to pay large amounts in return… However they’re not willing to cover the fee for the worksheets themselves.

Clearly therefore they are lying…

Plus if they really needed worksheet processors so bad they could easily get them through websites like Freelancer. On Freelancer you can post jobs & people can bid how much they’d complete them for… It’s very easy to recruit freelancers on there who will be more than happy (and qualified) to complete any tasks you need doing.

So the fact that they’ve created this website and require people to pay money upfront is super sketchy… You should never have to pay money upfront to get access to a JOB (which is what UBA Tracers are supposed to be providing you with).

But there’s also other red-flags too, such as the fact that UBA Tracers give absolutely no information away about their company whatsoever. No names, no office address, nothing… They keep it all hidden.

Who is behind UBA Tracers? We just don’t know.

On top of that there though is another red-flag which hands-down proves it’s a scam… And that is the fact that one of the people of the so-called “proof” page is actually linked with another scam that I’ve exposed named Gold Opinions.

Take a look at the image below to see what I mean:

UBA Tracers Scam Proof

I used Google’s Reverse Image Search tool to search for the image on the UBA Tracers website to see if any of the members were real people or identifiable & the first one I searched was literally connected with another known scam. NOT a good sign.

And that brings me onto…

Is UBA Tracers a Scam?

Yes there’s no doubt about it – admittedly the UBA Tracers scam is a very cunning one but it’s a scam all the same & it’s true intention is not to help you make money, it’s just to take it from you to make its creator wealthy instead.

The whole thing is literally just a ploy to trick you into purchasing worksheets so that you can “begin your job processing unclaimed money” however the worksheets will never arrive because opportunity is not a real one.

You can read more about the worksheet processor jobs scam here & you can also see the names there of the other similar companies that you should avoid (such as NorthAmeriCorp for one).

The good news though is that even though UBA Tracers is a scam there are still plenty of legitimate ways to make money online & one of the best ones in my opinion that I highly recommend is something called affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing is the same way I make most of my own money online & it basically involves you connecting people with products/services online & getting paid commissions in return… Plus there’s no limit on the amount you can earn.

If you’re interested in learning more about it then I definitely recommend you check out Wealthy Affiliate as it’s there that you can get started with it… Or alternatively check out these other great ways to make money.

But whatever you decide to do I just sincerely hope that my review of UBA Tracers here has given you a good insight into how it all really works & hopefully you can now see why it should be avoided. Feel free to leave any questions or comments below if you have anything else to add or ask. 🙂

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 Wealthy Affiliate. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Wealthy Affiliate, 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 Wealthy Affiliate first. You can learn more about it here.

Dale
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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]

13 thoughts on “UBA Tracers Scam Exposed – Review Uncovers The Fake Worksheet Processing Jobs”

  1. Your Review is completely Dishonest!! The “worksheets” arrive and everything about the opportunity SEEMS legit. I say “seem” because I haven’t gotten paid yet but I will on Sept 06, 2019. I have got a lot of processing forms(that is what they are really called) from them and the people that I have interacted with all act properly. I even got my name as one of the “Rising Stars” because I processed so many of these forms right out of the gate. PLEASE do your research before writing a review like this.

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    • I’ve done my research already Hitesh, it’s connected to other known scams & if you check the comments on my reviews of those you’ll see that the opportunity is entirely bogus. Also your website states that you apparently help people to “leverage automated, done for you systems, which in return provides them with high ticket sales”… So I’m a little confused as to why you’re filling in worksheets for money if you can make automated high-ticket sales as you claim.

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  2. Hitesh, I to was hopeful this was real and legit, but now waiting 6 weeks to get paid. Sorry to say UBA Tracers, Sandy Sauve and Paul Birdsaul are a complete Scam! I got my forms followed exact instructions and nothing. I emailed them many times and they do not respond unless you are buying processing forms. Sandy Sauve and Paul Birdsaul are still pumping this on YouTube and sound very convincing but is complete crap! Avoid this scam and send these people to jail! Now i look back lots of red flags as this blog owner points out (Very Well Done Dale). A very clever scam that needs to be stopped now and get them black listed on the internet. I am done with this trash! I am out.

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    • Hi Brandon, thanks for your comment. I’m sorry to hear you got caught out by this but I’m grateful for you for sharing your experience to highlight to others that it’s not legit. It is indeed as you say a very clever scam so don’t kick yourself too hard for falling for it, just count it as a hard lesson learned.

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    • Thank you Brandon..So it has been a complete 6 weeks after you submitted your forms and you haven’t gotten paid yet?? You contacted them about it and no response??

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        • Allen, No I have not. My six weeks will be Oct042019. My emails were answered before but now they are ignored. Here is the deal:
          I was told along with others at the beginning that one will get paid for the work done 2 weeks after the submission. According to that, I was supposed to get paid on 06Sept2019. After several emails, I finally heard back from them and they let me know that, due to some fraud by a few processors, they will now only pay after the client’s funds are recovered and they get their recovery fee. They said it can take 4 to 6 weeks for that to happen after submission depending on the database used. I have contacted them numerous times for clarification but no response. I heard recently from a “Processing Supervisor” that the first check is always mailed to make sure that we are legit so, if they will pay me, the check will be mailed around 04Oct2019.

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  3. Allen, I thought to just copy and paste their email to me below so you understand what I mean. They emailed me the excerpt below after I asked about why I wasn’t paid on 06Sept2019

    “Hi Hitesh,

    We have now stopped authorizing pre-payouts before we have received our recovery fee’s. This is due to a high amount of fraud from a few processors. We must prevent fraud against our company, so now processors must wait until the account has been successfully recovered for the client and removed from the databanks. This usually can take from 4 to 6 weeks (from the time we receive your submissions) depending on the databank. We will notify you as soon as your files/accounts have cleared.

    In an effort to continue the processor program these steps have had to be made. We appreciate your patience and hope you understand. This only delays the time from submission to actual payouts can be made.

    If you have any further questions, please email us with them.”

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  4. Hello Hitesh,
    I wonder if I can get your contact info so we can communicate freely?
    I saw your other message from Sept 18 on another site. But looks like this email is newer.
    Thanks.

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  5. Hi Allen. Yeah no problem. My email is
    Even though UBA Tracers does give you the processing forms they promise(unlike what the author of this blog states), UBA Tracers is definitely a SCAM! I reported them to the FTC. They looted $285 from me and wasted my time and energy I spent in processing these forms. Their website is no more.

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