CopyPasteCash Scam? Yes It Is In My Opinion!
It would be great to make cash legitimately by just copying and pasting some text. If it was this easy everyone would do it and it would no longer work. My subscribers have requested I take a look into the CopyPasteCash money making opportunity. Here is what I have found.
CopyPasteCash Scam Claims
When we created CopyPasteCash.com, it was for a purpose. Not just the most obvious one – to make money. We wanted to create a system that would truly help people who are struggling.
Here you’ll find a simple “hands-on” approach to learning the basics, while you’re actually making money! As a member, you’ll get access to our powerful BackOffice. The BackOffice teaches and empowers you to create effective ad campaigns and make $25.00 for every ad response. You’ll discover a diligent process that, when applied, gets results – every time.
We’re certain, that once you see your very own BackOffice in action and watch a few tutorials, you’ll know immediately that you’ve found a winner.
Here is how this money making opportunity is presented:
CopyPasteCash Scam Reality
This money making opportunity teaches you to market the money making opportunity you purchased. They have no retail products for you to sell. The main method of marketing they teach is to post ads on free classified ads sites.
The process they teach you is spamming and misleading, and it is against the terms and conditions of many of the ad sites you are dealing with. This means you will have to deal with your ads getting taken down and your accounts getting suspended.
This scam is an online version of the old envelope stuffing scheme that was run in the past.
“Here’s what happens: once you send your money, you’re likely to get a letter telling you to get other people, even your friends and relatives, to buy the same envelope-stuffing “opportunity” or another product. The only way you can earn money is if people respond to your solicitations the same way you responded.” – Source FTC
Paypal has determined that CopyPasteCash is not a legitimate product or service and has stopped them from accepting Paypal payments.
On July 8th, 2015 we were “notified” (allegedly – we never got an email) by PayPal that “our brand” of affiliate marketing, which we have had in place since 2010, is no longer “viable”. According to their statement, it appears that our business model of paying affiliates for referrals to our websites (that we’ve practiced without incident for over five years) is suddenly, and without prior notice, in violation of their “Acceptable use Policy”. We are currently investigating the situation and if it cannot be resolved we will be seeking alternate payment methods. Without a reliable payment processor, we are not able to operate. Therefore, we have suspended all online promotional activities until this situation has been resolved. We will keep you informed as new information becomes available.
Websites affected by this are: opportunex.com, copypastecash.com and monstercashsystem.com.
They offer no retail products for you to sell.
- You pay $29.95 to join.
- You place ads to get people to go to your replicated website.
- People pay $29.95 after going to your website.
- You receive a $25 commission for the people that you victimize with this scam.
Here is a tour of the CopyPasteCash back office and they show you how to spam free classified ad sites:
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They do not provide proof that any significant amount of people are making money using their money making opportunity.
Within 24 hours of your purchase, if you are not completely satisfied with your membership, they will refund your sign-up and registration fees.
CopyPasteCash Scam Conclusion
In my opinion, CopyPasteCash is a money making opportunity scam. They do not offer a legitimate business opportunity that allows you to make money selling products or services to customers. Each person that joins this scam spends their time tricking people into spending $29.95 so that they can trick others into spending $29.95. Avoid the CopyPasteCash scam.