After speaking with the senior director of Home Cash Flow Solutions I was very disillusioned. I still wasn’t going to give up, so I continued reading the lessons. The next one was setting up a PayPal account, which I already have.
The next lesson is on the Basics Of Affiliate Marketing. Make the Money, Skip The Work. They suggest Clickbank, who want a one time activation fee of $49.95.
From here I went onto the fifth lesson for week one, and it is:
“In this training video we will focus on how you can get your site an optimum listing in the Open Directory dmoz.org. Getting a link from Dmoz can have great value to your Search Engine Optimization efforts. Getting listed can unfortunately take over a year, so it is import to do this early. Even if your site is already listed in the Open Directory, you should watch this guide to find out how you can get multiple listings in the Open Directory.”
As I was still on the first week, and lesson 5 of 12, and knowing that there were 11 more weeks to go, I just skipped over the rest. Here is just a mention of some of them:
Ezine.com, where you write 500 word articles, and put links on the bottom, and link to a product.
Viral marketing such as myspace, facebook, etc. Emailing, value viral, guile viral, vital viral, spiral viral, and vial viral.
They suggest you offer an incentive to get customers. (Looks like more money coming out of those bottomless pockets)
Do YouTube videos.
Try using blogs, and repeating phrases. Link to companies that sell similar products. Link to the manufactures page.
The list of things to learn, and do, just goes on.
I have spent several days reading all the information, and probably didn’t understand at least half of it. I only paid $49.99 for this kit, because of the false advertising. How can they say ‘No prior experience or skills required?” I felt as if I needed a great deal of help, understanding it all.
I decided that as it is ‘Risk Free’ that I would ask for my money back. I purchased this on April 13th, and telephoned on April 16th to cancel, and get my money refunded back to my Visa card. I took the name of the gentleman I spoke with, and he told me that I had to wait eight weeks to ask for my money back. I didn’t believe him.
On April 21st I phoned again, and spoke with another person, they said that they would cancel it. I waited while this was done. I was told that the money would be back on my credit card in seven to 10 business days. I have the person’s name, and a confirmation number.
I can still get into the site, which makes me wonder whether it has been cancelled. After 10 business days, if the refund isn’t in my account, I will contact them again.