Wake Up To Cash – Scam Exposed? Read My Review Before Signing Up!

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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]

The Wake Up To Cash website (found at WakeUpToCash.com) promises to provide you with an easy way to earn an automated $397 per day online & claims to 100% guarantee that you’ll succeed…

You’re led to believe that the system’s been put together by a guy named James Wendell but there are a few things (aside from the crazy income claims) that will likely make you pretty sceptical about the whole thing.

So what’s the deal, is it actually legit or is Wake Up To Cash a scam that’s just set out to take your money rather than help you make it?

Thankfully you’ve landed in the right place to find out because I’ve taken a closer look into this system & in this Wake Up To Cash review, I’ll be uncovering everything there is for you to know, including how it all works & whether or not you can really make any money with it. 🙂

What Is Wake Up To Cash?   |   How Does Wake Up To Cash Work?   |   Can You Make Money With It?   |   Is Wake Up 2 Cash a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Exactly Is The Wake Up To Cash System?

The Wake Up To Cash system has allegedly been put together by a guy named James Wendell & it claims to provide you with a “secret” way to earn $397 per day online without having to do any work. You’re led to believe that you can literally just sign up & begin making money on complete auto-pilot…

But the first red-flag I’ll point out is that the system hasn’t been put together by James Wendell at all – it’s actually been put together by a guy named Corey Lewis, an internet marketer known for creating several other similar systems.

Copy Paste Traffic was another program he allegedly created (according to a source on the Warrior Forum) & the customer who purchased it who left a review on the forum claimed that it was nothing but a flat-out scam.

Anyway, the way I was able to determine it was actually Corey’s product & not James Wendell’s as you’re led to believe was by taking a look at where the sales video was hosted.

As you can see below it’s hosted directly on Corey’s personal YouTube account & it’s already received over 6,000 views so it’s clear that his Wake Up To Cash program has been getting pushed pretty hard:

Corey Lewis Wake Up To Cash

And I can also tell you right from the off that Wake Up To Cash is certainly not what it seems. The only reason it’s been launched is to make Corey cash, not you – and if you buy into you likely won’t see yourself earning so much as a single penny as a result.

But obviously I don’t expect you to just take my word for that so let me show you how it all really works (as opposed to how you’re led to believe it works) so that you can see for yourself what’s actually going on…

How Does Wake Up To Cash Work?

Basically the Wake Up To Cash system isn’t actually a system at all – it’s just a page that Corey has put together in order to funnel you through to various opportunities that he’s affiliated with so that he can earn a commission at your expense.

The video he’s put on the page is simply designed to get you really hyped up about the potential opportunity of making easy money online, then once you’re finished watching it a button appears below it which redirects you through to one the programs Corey is affiliated with.

For example, at the moment that particular button is redirecting visitors through to the Automated Daily Income system which is a scam I previously exposed on this blog – but tomorrow it will likely be redirected to an entirely different system once again.

Automated Daily Income Scam

It seems he’s just picking the opportunities based on which ones pay him the biggest commissions & not based on the value that they actually provide to you as a customer so you can’t trust any of the sites of you’re redirected too.

Like I say the Automated Daily Income system, for example, was a massive scam which I exposed here. If you were to get caught out by it then it could see you potentially out of pocket by over $50,000.

Can You Make Any Money With It?

Truth be told, no you can’t – the programs that are recommended to you through the Wake Up To Cash website are just totally rubbish & it’s unlikely any of them at all will actually help you to make money.

As far as I’m concerned Corey is just picking him the programs that are paying him the biggest commissions, so he’s not really interested in your success – he just wants to make as much money from you as possible.

What you can do though is make money the same way Corey is, by promoting products as an affiliate – though obviously not scam products like he is. You can actually affiliate yourself with almost any company you like, even big names like Amazon & Apple have affiliate programs so if you wanted to promote their products for money could.

To learn more about affiliate marketing & to get everything you need to start making money with it I suggest you check out Commission Academy. That’s one of my top recommendations for people looking to legitimately make a full-time income online.

My Verdict – Is Wake Up To Cash a Scam?

Well the Wake Up To Cash website itself isn’t a scam – to be honest, it’s nothing at all, it’s just a page with a video on that then redirects you to other programs on a completely random… But the programs that it redirects you through to from what I’ve seen are scams, yes, so I’d definitely advise avoiding it.

It looks to me like the whole thing has just been set up to make its creator wealthy at your expense. Whilst what you’re told through the website sounds like a dream come true, the reality is the programs you’re redirected to will likely see you losing money rather than making it.

Therefore overall I’m not going to be personally recommending it because I don’t think it will provide you with any real value & frankly the whole things just totally misleading. There are many legitimate ways you can make money online – you don’t need to waste your time with a bogus system like Wake Up To Cash.

Anyway hopefully my review helped you avoid losing some cash, but if you do happen to have any further questions or comments about it then feel free to leave them below – as always I’ll do my best to respond as quickly as possible. 🙂

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.

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]
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28 thoughts on “Wake Up To Cash – Scam Exposed? Read My Review Before Signing Up!”

  1. Why is the website available for mobile smartphone it won’t let me go any farther than just watching the video and I already paid 47 + tax

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    • Hi Cindy – most websites are available for mobile smartphones these days. Unless you meant to say “isn’t”… Then in that cases I’m not too sure why it isn’t available for smartphones (I’ll be honest, I haven’t checked it on a smartphone). Regarding your issues though, if you check out my review of the Wake Up To Cash program above you’ll probably see that not being able to go further with it is likely a blessing in disguise (as it’ll prevent you from losing more money!). Try contacting the people behind it for assistance.

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    • Hi Cindy if you would like to start your own website or business its totally your choice $97 to join on passive. If you would like you could join 1 of many of the groups available on many social networking sites. Have a look if you can.

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      • That’s bad advice Steven, you can actually start a website for free by following my guide & I would always recommend steering clear of “make money” related groups on social networking sites as the members of such groups are often heavily targeted by scammers.

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    • If we were in “cahoots” then it would be a little silly for me to be advising people to steer clear of his system, would it not? And I’m also sad to hear that you wish to be “let in” & profit from what in my opinion appears to be a scam.

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    • Well all you have to do is check out my recommendations page because unlike the “not legit” guys I explain everything upfront & let you make your own informed decision as to which route you want to go down. Regarding the telephone rep, who is going to fund a telephone rep? If somebody is paying for a telephone rep then they are likely trying to make money from you somehow (otherwise it wouldn’t make sense for them to pay for a rep). You have all of the information you need right here on this website, just take a look around.

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    • Yeas, me too. I purchased a copywriting course that is totally legit, but it is LOTS OF HARD WORK. And it may be beyond my skill set.

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    • There isn’t any support, because as mentioned in the review above “Wake Up To Cash” isn’t actually a program at all, it’s just a website that randomly redirects you through to other programs via affiliate links… So it’ll depend on which program you signed up to.

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  2. I saw the video this morning to stop getting these constant, pressuring emails. Only to watch a video that kept talking about all of the money that you’d make. The speaker kept going on about the opportunity, until he FINALLY got to the point. Suspicious, I got off the video and typed in google: ” Is Wake Up to Cash a Scam” and sure enough, I’m here. All of those people in this video who have talked about their success with this program, must be actors. When I was little my mother showed me a bunch of cash and she said “this is money and your whole life, all that people are going to do is try to take it from you” . Guess she was right.

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  3. Hello Dale! If I already did make a lot of money from Wealthy Affiliate, how do I make sure I’m paying taxes & 401K plan automatically at the same time?

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    • Hi Marilyn, if you’re already making money then you should hire an accountant. They’ll be able to deal with all of that for you 🙂

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  4. I think Corey Lewis is also using the name “Wayne Crowe”. I am getting similar emails from that name. I stopped at the first level of funnel from Wayne Crowe. THANKS! I am blocking all emails from these people. (I will check out your info. I left truck driving in 2013 for health reasons. And I am looking for way to make money on line that does not exhaust me and ruin the amount of health I have been able to re-build.)

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    • Hello ladies, and Dale,
      I was taught a long time ago by my parents never to pay any money for any type of job, because 9 times out of 10 they are scams. You all should have known if it sounds too good, it has to be a scam. Before forking over a payment to a company, you should always run their business names, and the personal names they’re using under google scams. Never give your information, or your money to anyone you do not know anything about, especially by debit card or credit card, They can clean out your bank accounts, and then what? also refuse to give your Social Security Card number out! Identity theft is real and it ruins peoples lives. It only take a little bit of your information for someone to take over your identity and use it for large purchases, and leave you with the responsibility of having to pay it back, ruin your credit, and even make you serve time in jail, or prison. Dale, I am sure you know these things, but you were very vague about sharing this information with these young ladies, and you knew they didn’t have a clue about what they got themselves into, and they won’t be able to get their money back, unless they contact their banks and file a report (including all of the information) date, time, amount sent, Name of company, and the bank statement the information is on for proof. They will have to speak to the fraud department. it is best if they go in person to their bank, and get a copy of the complaint, and keep it in a safe place for future reference. Also have the bank card they used for the transaction, changed and destroyed by the bank, and get a temporary one until the new one arrives. As for Kelly Crawford, I hope you know that everything you say on the internet, and on your cell phone is constantly monitored by the FBI, so what you said about joining those scammers was not a smart thing to say, you marked yourself. As for you Marilyn, hiring an accountant is not the answer, you’re a little too far off for that to work. you need to get all of your pay stubs together, you’ll need a letter from your job stating the date you started, the amount of your salary from your start date until present, and all deductions taken out of each check, proof of medical, dental ,vision, life insurance deducted, and 4O1k. You will also have to show your tax returns for each year you worked for the company. You may need to speak with a Tax Attorney first though. Mary Stead, and Susan Burton Just because you aid the company and they sent you a book to study does not make it legitimate, they were supposed to help you learn the information in the book, they were supposed to be available to you 24/7 in case you got stuck on something this way they could explain it to you. Being that you couldn’t get anyone on the phone to help you, that alone shows you it was nothing but a scam. As for Dale if you truly care for these young ladies, you would take the time to explain things a little better for them to understand what this scam was all about. It is so unfortunate they had to learn this the hard way, nobody likes to lose money especially through a scam. I hope all of you ladies learned a valuable lesson from all of this, and I hope your banks will help you get your money back. God Bless you all, and good luck.

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      • Considering my verdict states “I’d definitely advise avoiding it”, I think my review is perfectly clear. As you say, if something sounds too good to be true then 9 times out of 10 it’s because it is too good to be true.

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  5. Sequel to what i have read concerning this link i wanna use it to make a means of lively-hood and be totally free from seeking for jobs and be free from being molested by employees overtime
    Therefore, i have read it all to the finish step by step but the issue there is i don’t understand and know how to use it please can you please put me through.
    i am ever ready to use it and to take the bull by the horns… cause i wanna phish thanks for the clue

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  6. Thank you for your blog! I was looking for a way to make money after “trying to help out some relatives” since April Cynthat stopped paying rent and bills after living with me for 60 days. I didn’t know that after 60 days, by law, I couldn’t just make them move out so now I am out of that and broke due to the fact I still have to pay these bills but at least I didn’t spend money on a scam! Thanks you

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  7. Hi Dale,what you doing right now for living?Do you work online from home too?If yes,do you know what legit web to work from home.Thank you.

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