What is the A to Z Cash System? By looking at their sales page, I can tell exactly who they are targeting. They are targeting those who want to make a lot of quick and easy cash. Who wants to work hard for their money? If you just buy the right course, eventually you’ll find the one which reveals the “secrets” to this internet marketing thing right? Let’s see if A to Z Cash System is the one.
Product: A To Z Cash System
Price: $4.95 For The First 3 Days. (They tell you 7 days but they will whack your credit card after 3)
Then, it’s $77 per month plus up-sells, plus hidden fees.
Overall Rank: 0 (Zero!)
The A To Z Cash System Scam
One of the first things you’ll notice on their sales page are the logos for a major newspaper and 3 major television networks. Seems pretty impressive right? (I was impressed the first time I saw it) But, there is a disclaimer at the bottom of the page (the fine print) where they tell you that they are not affiliated or associated with these companies in any way. They have been “mentioned” by these companies.
With enough money, anybody can be mentioned anywhere!
A To Z Cash System Uses Phony Testimonials
Testimonials are way too easy to fake which is why I tend to not pay attention to them. However, if I did want to use testimonials for a product that I created, I would not use stock photo’s that could be found on dozens of other websites. That’s just plain lazy!
Before you can even order the A To Z Cash System, they try to collect your phone number. If you are one of the people who are unfortunate enough to have provided your phone number, you will be contacted by one their charlatans…….. I mean coaches. They will ask questions to learn more about you and your goals.
Then will ask what your available credit line is so they can tailor a coaching program to fit your available credit. I hope I don’t need to explain what a terrible idea this is!
Training And Support
I don’t have personal, first hand experience with A To Z Cash System training (I know people who do) but, if they use methods that are this misleading in their sales page, I can’t see the training being any more honest or trustworthy. I know that they talk about making money on auto-pilot which is a popular buzzword used to get desperate people to mindlessly rip open their wallets and enter their credit card info.
As far as support goes, the phone number they provide is fake and leads nowhere. I have seen this mentioned in several places online. From what I can tell, this product was created for one simple purpose. To turn your money (and credit) into their money leaving you with nothing!
This is not a complete list of negatives and phony claims by any means but I think you get the gist of it. My goal is to save people from being ripped off by unscrupulous snake oil salesmen like the people who put this piece of crap together! Even if you don’t read my #1 recommendation please, don’t fall for this scam!