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Just received an email about a software "cash for Codes" watched the prolonged video with some tongue in cheek claims and wondered if anyone had tried it?

Any feedback would be appreciated
#cash #codes
  • Profile picture of the author Ask4Success
    I just received the link today via ClickSure (not ClickBank). When I clicked "close" (a few times), it brought me to the 9$ offer, then a free copy as the last chance. But I haven't try it yet.
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    • Profile picture of the author MarinerdMike
      Originally Posted by Ask4Success View Post

      I just received the link today via ClickSure (not ClickBank). When I clicked "close" (a few times), it brought me to the 9$ offer, then a free copy as the last chance. But I haven't try it yet.
      Usually a sign that it's BS. If they can't just offer a straight up price without dropping it all the way down to a 800% discount, then they probably don't have a worthwhile product.
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  • Profile picture of the author russelleaton
    I've just bought it and will be asking for a refund. Cash for codes is a disguised way for selling website hosting (cloudprohosting to be precise). Once you sign up, you cannot use Cash For codes unless you subscribe to cloudprohosting at a monthly subscription of $14.95.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ask4Success
      That's obvious now. Many thanks to MarinerdMike and Russelleaton.
      This helps me and Graham a lot
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      • Profile picture of the author richfieldmkt
        ClickSure do seem to attract this type of marketing scams don't they?
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        • Profile picture of the author DuncanStott
          Cash for Codes - I recommend you steer clear of this one!

          You can be sure that any ~Blind Sales Promos like Cash for Codes~ are designed this way, simply because they've probably got something to hide!

          Some offers are promoted as been totally free and some not, like Cash for Codes.

          Incidentally, I've been noticing a lot of recent emails coming to my inbox with these types of seemingly amazing offers, only to discover that first...

          You've got to join 'CloudProHosting' or some other website hosting company, otherwise it just won't work!

          ...Now you know where they're making their profits!

          Sorry guys, be assured the real internet marketers at the Warrior Forum know that there's... No Push Button Get Rich Quick Secrets to IM Success - unless of course you own the traffic!

          Cheers all.
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  • Profile picture of the author elitefaith
    I noticed this after clicking out. they try to give you 5 free websites. of course when you take them, they take you to cloud hosting. anytime I see something like this I usally e-mail there support first and ask if I will need to purchase there webhosting. Even the ones that say you do not need a website. they still can send you to there webhosting. because they say you dont need a website because they give you one. but you still need to host it with there hosting. beware
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