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My Affiliate Cash System Description

My Affiliate Cash System is a system set up by David Michael that shows you how to get paid everytime someone tries a free product. In fact, My Affiliate Cash System is so sure of their three secret ingredients to internet wealth that they guarantee that within 48 hours you will have your website built, be receiving clicks and orders, and will have earned $100. If this does not occur, then David Michael will pay you $100 out of his own pocket.

My Affiliate Cash System Detailed Overview

My Affiliate Cash System is not a "get rich quick" scheme, does not involve selling, recruiting, or building a MLM downline. There is no need to know how to build a website and it is possible to get started immediately. The only thing required is to follow simple step by step instructions. The secret to the whole process is knowing which advertisers are willing to pay people for sending people to their websites - and all they have to do when they get there is try out their products for free. The whole process depends on three simple ingredients:

  • Start with huge product market where people are looking for answers.
  • Finding companies that are willing to let people try their products for free.
  • Collect the large commissions that these companies are willing to pay for you sending them traffic.

Putting these ingredients together can be difficult, but My Affiliate Cash System has it all set up so that you can be in business in just five minutes. Members can copy exactly every step that earned David Michael $130,000 in 90 days. The whole system will involve setting up a diet review website - this does not mean that you will be selling diet products you will only be reviewing them. People who are interested can go to the website and take advantage of the free offer the company has available. For each person who tries the free trial, you will receive $20.

You can get started with My Affiliate Cash System for only $1 for the first three days, and you will receive your own free diet review website, a guaranteed traffic program, $125 in free advertising, step by step hands on training, and the guarantee that if you don't earn $100 in 48 hours then David Michael will pay you $100. Members will also receive personal coaching with people who have successfully used the system. If you like the money you are making after the trial then it is just $47 per month - this also includes the continued advertising that is done on your behalf.

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My Affiliate Cash System Reputation

This site is very interesting in the fact that they come out and say they want you to become an affiliate because they get paid a referral commission everytime someone you approach tries a free product. Diet products are among the most popular products on the internet and it would be simple to become an affiliate for these companies on your own. But, having everything set up and ready to earn is a nice advantage and may make it a worthwhile option.

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Is this real?

I bought into a website offering free trials and a sign-up to plant a tree. It's at earthfriendlyfreebies but I am not recommending you particularly click on the links because I have no idea if I am making any money from it. I got it from myaffiliatecashsytem. When I tried to go to the home site to see the members area I can't get past it. When I try to sign up to get diet freebies page it says form not working, paypal isn't accepting payments for them. I continue to get emails from Bobby B. (FreeAffiliateClub) myaffiliatecashsytem but the links lead to 404 pages & unsubscribe for mailing list is never valid. If someone has a page and is earning money please let me know. If you don't then I wouldn't start now.
 
 


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avatar   by lucyann64 on May 13, 2013 at 8:53 PM CST

 
 
 
Loved the comment about this site by another reviewer - Less painful

I signed up with this site about 4 days ago. Spent hundreds of dollars on hosting, followed all the instructions, set up site, bought my "free" trial and waited and waited for my $100 from the site. All I got was auto emails saying I needed to go to a specific place to put in my information, never found that - wrote many, many, emails (no response) It even says, questions? Click here for response from David or Bobby. Neither one answered. So now after all that I am going to try and reverse all this and get back my money already spent. Whew! As another reviewer said "it would be less painful to drop a brick on your foot" than to try and get this site to make you any, any money. Very disappointed, but should know better.
 
 


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avatar   by psgrannyof3 on February 6, 2012 at 8:48 PM CST

 
 
 
Don't Expext an Answer .. ( myaffiliatecashsystem )

After joining this program and finding that I was unable to download it due to the system saying that my Paypal I. D. was incorrect , I checked with Paypal only to find that there had been no problem and the payment had gone through. Several emails later and a couple of days and I am still waiting for a reply from David ... alas nothing. Whilst reading my emails tonight I received an email from a regular promoting a program called ( newaffiliatecashsystem ) and after looking at the site which was exactly the same as the site I had joined with the word "my" changed to "new". There is obviously something very wrong here and I personally would be very careful with dealing with this site.
 
 


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avatar   by GeoHubbard on October 13, 2011 at 7:21 PM CST

 
 
 
A Million Questions In 8 Pieces

I joined late 2009 because free marketing was on offer, that's what drove me to make the choice of jumping in. Free marketing, imagine that, without doing any of the slog, but it is not what happened.

The Front Page Wording From MACS Site 4-16-11

My Guaranteed Advertising is included in your Membership to this program. This means you will receive guaranteed traffic & sales. This traffic does begin immediately & you could see commissions your 1st day.

Early Warning Signs: Email Extracts From A Frustrated MACS Member

I would like to know why I cannot access the CPanel as per any of the

information you gave to me (only) earlier this year?

None of the user names or passwords are operational.

I want to transfer my website away from the DNS server where it

currently lies comatose - this server is unreliable & untrustworthy - I wish my website to be served from a more reliable &

trustworthy server.

I Had A Break From MACS

There followed a hiatus during which time I tried to understand why it was I couldn't access my domain control panel.

The issue of control panel has never been resolved by DM or for that matter acknowledged.

The Money - I Try To Gain Insight On The Methodology

Prime Affiliate still owes me $300 - I've been waiting for that to

hit my paypal a/c through 2 cycles to date.

The Switch - Well, after losing the hosting account & domain, it seems the free marketing & advert. went out the door too, although it was possible to pay for it the usual way by monthly subscription, it took me several months to discover that...

Now instead of my own domain, there is exactly the same site run from DM servers to which I have no access (so no email list can be built from anyone visiting "my" website)

After Many Months The Numbers Finally Went Above The Threshold

Folks - I was paid $300 in commissions, about which I have a list of emails that number in the more than tens of messages in which money transfers are requested & duly ignored...

The problem with MACS is this... List building is crucial to the IM world & yet MACS is deliberately designed to list build for 1 person only - the proprietor DM. So basically when u buy MACS prepare yourself - your email lists will stolen.

Recommendation

a) only get what you pay for - not much at all,

b) get 1 kind of domain (you know, the typical instant money making website), it contains an ad rotator of sorts where so-called free products are offered & punters only pay for shipping.

c) get free landing page promoting a how to book specifically targeting the market niche you have chosen, there is an auto-responder email list building client on this page

d) get a multiple choice free product webpage

e) you do not get access to any of the list building elements that are attached to each of the latter pages above.

f) you will need to closely (and constantly) monitor the affiliate site at prime networks for any sign that the payment threshold is being ignored or that you are even getting any traffic to your page.

FYI: what you are buying is a trial, this will be auto. followed up w/out further input from u, w/monthly deliveries of the product & u will pay for shipping & the full price of the product which could run into USD100+ each month until you manage to cancel the order.

Overall MACS is designed for people that want to spend money regardless, then forget about the inevitable losses & move on to the next new offer without learning a single thing. The webpage designs are (deliberately) slick & if u had the time & patience u could drive traffic to these sites but receiving any of the rewards is going to be problematic. Put this one in the DO NOT BUY BASKET

If there was a Grade E I'd use it because MACS is worse than D but not quite worthless... some of the how to information is, if not new or unique, still valid even after all this time.. !
 
 


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avatar   by IMRe on April 16, 2011 at 10:36 PM CST

orra best

orra time

 
 
 
Stay away !

I paid my $1, got debited with $47, got my account credited with the guaranteed $100 as soon as my account was opened. Strange, the guarantee only has to be met if you do not get $100 of sales in the first couple of days, so why not pay $100 AFTERWARDS.

Because David Michaels knows full well you are NOT going to get $100 of sales ? ? ?

My site got a couple of hits and 2 $20 sales and after 3 weeks that is my balance - $140 ($100 guarantee plus 2 x $20 "sales").

Accounts are controlled by David Michaels and you only get paid if your account passes $250.

Has anyone actually passed that $250 and got PAID, not just credited ?

I e-mailed David, saying his system was not delivering anywhere near what his advert boasted, and his response was that I was very fortunate to have made $40 in two weeks (at the time of contacvting him) and where else would I get such a fantastic return ! ! ! ! ! !

I pulled the plug and Clickbank refunded my payments, but my wasted time is the part that annoys.

Don't touch him with a bargepole is my advice.
 
 


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avatar   by RobertG on December 4, 2010 at 5:49 PM CST

 
 
 
Wasting my time

This will be my first review on this site, because I have just kicked the table on this "GURU".

Same story as many of the people stated:

1. I invested into the program. 1$.

2. I have seen the automatic payment happening, because SMS alert is turned on.

3. I 've done all the things on the to-do list, no results. A number on the dashboard does not mean that I've earned money, the only proof I accept is cash in my hands, if you know what I mean.

4. I did not get paid. EVER.

5. I have sent numerous emails to DM, promoting real money making stuff. If he was that super rich as he stated, he could've invested into my programs, but nothing happened. Should I trust him if he does not trust me?

6. Before the 45 day paypal deadline was reached, I have issued a refund claim, with a not so friendly explanation. (I've done it an hour before this comment, after I've got here.)

7. I let him keep my initial one dollar, because since I got in, I have learned so much about how scams are being done-I saw one with my own eyes from inside... I consider this one dollar a good price for the whole project and for the whole lesson I've learned.

Since I keep all the money on debit card and not credit card, I only get charged with the amount which I allow. Saying that: I canceled automatic payments on my paypal account too. My personal experience: Debit card is way better to get things done over the internet, because it will disallow people like this one "cash vampire" to suck you dry.
 
 


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avatar   by kaotik81 on November 23, 2010 at 10:43 AM CST

 
 
 
I wish I found this website before I got scammed big time

My personal experience is similar but with a twist, let me explain. I joined My Affiliate Cash System at the beginning of 2010. I was excited to get such a great deal. David Michael would put $100 to get me started, and send targeted visitors to my diet website, for the first week. I made a few sales. I looked at my account after the week and there was 0 people going there. I emailed David and asked what happened. He said I had to follow the instructions on the other website, which he never gave me until then. I followed all the instructions, I sent my own traffic there, or so I thought. I then emailed David and told him no one is going to my website. He then asked me if I was sending them to the free product website first? Again, I did not know anything about it until I emailed him. He told me once they go to the free product website, they will then start buying the diet product. He also said he would send more traffic to my site, but not to forget it was my responsibility to send the traffic to the website. So, with a lot of hard work on my end I finally did get some people going to the website. I also was paying the $47 a month fee as well. I could not keep up with the monthly payments since I was not at the $250 threshold to get my money from Prime Affiliate. I was however at $220. Back then there was nothing in writing that stated what happened to your money if you leave earlier than the $250. I moved on to other things, but lately I was thinking about where my $120 I made was? I emailed David Michael's and asked him to give me the $120 I made back then. He emailed me back stating he has the deal of a life time, for $1 I can get the website again. I emailed him back and said I would pass on that due to the last time experience, and that my financial situation has not changed. I clicked his link he sent me and I noticed PLEASE NOTE: If you leave before you can cash out, all the money gets sent to him. I sent him a final email ( only because he would not answer me after this) And just calmly stated from one business person to another. Do the right thing and give me my $120 owed to me. I did not ask for the $100 he put in. He never returned my email or ever responded to me again. I did reminded him in that email that the money clause was not there when I did the website. Which is probably why he does not return my emails. I wish I had of read this website before I got involved in this business. If I knew then what I know now...
 
 


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avatar   by gargoil on November 12, 2010 at 8:10 PM CST

 
 
 
Slow Hand Luke

I joined MACS on October 8,2010. It started off pretty sloppily, as I had difficulty placing my "free sample" order (which is not free at all). After placing the order, my CC was charged $20. A couple of days later my "personal account" was credited with the $100. Then I found out that you are only paid once your "personal account" reaches $250 in any given month. Meanwhile, after the initial 3 days expired my PayPal account was hit with the $47 MACS monthly subscription cost.

I received a modest number of "clicks" (average 10/day according to their "statistics"). I believe those statistics are manufactured. I followed all their "training material" guidelines and did everything else I could to ensure something would come of this "business".

Meanwhile, the "free sample" was followed up with another order (which I did not place but which I noticed when I examined my CC statement).

I sent numerous emails to "David Michael" and received no response.

The only time I got a response was when my CC company pursued my fraud claim. I received a furtive and pitiful "why are you doing this to me?" email from DM. I responded by explaining my frustration. Guess what?... I got no reply!

Funny thing is, the SPAM from DM keeps coming at the rate of 8 emails a day.
 
 


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avatar   by GWBURL on November 4, 2010 at 3:54 PM CST

 
 
 
Moneys. About David Micheal

Well It goes like this, I signed up for his program. Because I am payed to review everything so here is what happened.

1 never got loggin info

2 never got the 100 dollars

3 Never got an e mail reply, 5 times I wrote him

4 That all changed when I wrote to him telling him that I was a Review Investigator, and I was paid to review his site, well to make things short, he wrote me right back saying he would give me my money back, and to make sure, I contacted pay pal to make sure he did, and to ban him from ever removing money from my account again.

If your thinking of doing this Just drop a brick on your foot, It would be less painful!
 
 


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avatar   by moneyZup on October 7, 2010 at 10:28 PM CST

 
 
 
Boiler room scammers

I got taken to the tune of $105 USD from the "free promotional offer" that I was told I needed to get in order to write an honest referral, plus 50$ to the web site company, plus getting over limit fees racked up on my card for unknown and unexpected charges, and then inability to get any communications or reimbursements. One cannot get the company on the phone for any reason, specifically to cancel before the recurring billing date. Until astonishingly, the day after, my card got billed again. The advertising borders on FTC violation. This whole thing tastes of boiler room con artists and sharks that prey on disadvantaged people. I mostly feel bad that I allowed my name to be attached to this in any way, and for possibly causing others to be taken advantage of in my name! I pray that it's all over, and I don't get sued or cited for being involved, or any other unauthorized charges that I have to spend time fighting the bank over. This is not even counting my lost productivity time, due to the time and headache of dealing with all involved companies on the phone. All this waste and heart ache to "make money online".
 
 


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avatar   by hoover1 on October 7, 2010 at 10:00 PM CST

 
 
 
Con Artists

I tried this product and spent a lot of money promoting it.

I reached $300 and then waited for my check. It never came.

Despite repeated emails, I have heard nothing from this company, and have not received a cent from them.

I live outside the US so it is difficult to chase them, and I think they know that.

My advice - stay away from these people.
 
 


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avatar   by jonsav on October 4, 2010 at 7:50 PM CST

 
 
 
Run as fast as you can from this! Keep Away

I have tried this product for 4 months now. I got hardly any traffic; my stats showed the odd USD 20 here and there; hardly any clicks or traffic; I decided to invest some money a couple of weeks ago into advertising, only to find that there is no improvement on traffic to the website, let alone of commissions. What cheesed me off the most is that as soon as I informed DM about investing, he set me up as an affiliate to a new website that apparently was "converting a lot better than then one I was originally set up" - I would like to know why I had not been set up with the "best possible option in the first place. The fact is that despite a 2000 impressions through the small amount I invested in the advertising, I have seen no improvement whatsoever in the stats that prime affiliate network apparently monitors. I am also at a stage that I am not even sure if I am able to get a refund and especially the 240 usd commission that so far I have achieved because of course there is a 250 usd threshold. I asked where DM is advertising for me but I got no information. I asked to invest my monthly subscription into the better converting site but I am being told that "the money is rotated from one website to another"... has anyone been able to get their refunds or their 250 usd in the end? I am inclined to telephone my credit card company and try and get the money back that way. Any advice?
 
 


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avatar   by xxx65 on September 23, 2010 at 6:11 PM CST

 
 
 
Not What Is Promised

I bought affiliate cash systems and did not know until too late that the $100 guarantee meant I had to do a free diet pill trial. Then I found out you had a $250 cash out. I followed every guideline shown, never could get free ad credits to work and never reached payout in two months. I did get a refund, but wasted a lot of time.
 
 


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avatar   by dking53205 on August 23, 2010 at 6:39 PM CST

 
 
 
Don't waste your time

My Affiliate Cash System is honestly just another "Get rich quick" scheme, that we all know 99% of the time do not work. To think that just $1 gives you $125 worth of advertising is ridiculous. I did not earn $100 in 48 hours (unsurprisingly), and when I emailed and asked where my $100 From David Michaels was, I was not surprised when I did not get an email back.

Later on, after canceling my subscription with them, $47 was deducted from my paypal account as a "monthly charge". When I called them up to try and get my money back, they said to contact paypal. Paypal said they couldn't do anything. Next time I tried to call, they wouldn't pick up.

I wouldn't recommend this site to anyone, it is just a big ploy to get your money.
 
 


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avatar   by Bradmastah on July 19, 2010 at 1:41 PM CST

 
 
 
Please do not waste your time or money on this scam

My Affiliate Cash System would not pay me $100 as they say I had $140 commission stats (based on a 30 day stats) but what they do not tell you is you must earn over $250 before they will pay out. When I asked for my guaranteed $100 refund I was told that I had been given $100 in my account (which I must add I never received). I canceled as I am an internet newbie and was also told that internet marketing would be done for me. I live in New Zealand and found that I could not access any of the free offers so I really feel ripped off. I wholeheartedly do not recommend this CPA network program.
 
 


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avatar   by kay99 on July 12, 2010 at 10:16 PM CST

 
 
 
Just another ploy to get your money

I too bit on this one and made the obligatory "free" sample order only to get charged another $87 from that organization as well as another $47 from David Michael. I also spent more money to get targeted traffic to the sight and after sending over 2500 visitors to the site, there were no clicks recorded in the account.

Sent an email to cancel the account as things seemed pretty suspect, but even though I got a confirmation email saying they got the request, I've received no real response from them. Now with a second email to them, I've still gotten no response.

I bet that if I sent an email with good news I would have gotten a response, but when a cow they are milking wants to leave the pasture, they seem to ignore that one..

Not only does David Michael seem to have a less than ethical business model, so do the companies he sets up affiliates with.

I would not recommend this affiliate program nor any of the products they promote.
 
 


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avatar   by ajrider on July 11, 2010 at 9:40 PM CST

 
 
 
David Michael and Prime Affiliate Network have lost me money

As I write, I am unable to access my stats.

This login address is not letting me log in. It does not send me a new password and this company should have sent me $250 having at long last reached the threshold.

I reckon having paid out $47 a month I would work out less than break even. As it is now I fear I am a big time loser as Prime Affiliate Network did not answer my email and I should have been sent my PayPal payment on 25th June.

I am trying to find an email address for David Michael. His Affiliate Cash System is not online so I reckon I have been conned big time by this guy. What I have learned now is scammy products getting money out of owners quite legally but also knowing that many signing up for the trial would be easy pickings and would not read the terms containing their money making way out of the unwary.

With all the other comments I will leave you to draw your own conclusions.

Should David Michael read this, then please call/email me and I will retract or post a counter report if I get paid before I have to shell out another $47. I am now canceling my subscription and will still pursue what is owed.
 
 


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avatar   by davidmonk on July 6, 2010 at 8:29 PM CST

 
 
 
Caution advised with this program

Two days after setting up my clone affiliate website, a $47 automatic monthly charge was deducted from my paypal account. The "free $100" hook to get you to sign up to this program comes from signing up yourself to try one of the 5 offers listed on the affiliate site. BTW, I got no confirmation email for this trial offer and am suspect about it. I will have to call that company now and find out what is going on. Another hassle!

As for David Michael and My Affiliate Cash System, what he doesn't tell you up front is that "Commissions are paid once they reach $250, which is the minimum Payment Threshold for all affiliates. If you earn less than $250 in one month, your commissions are added to next month's commissions until the $250 threshold is reached. "

This could take months or never depending on traffic and subsequent sign ups to the trial offers on your affiliate website. So don't expect this money to be forthcoming right away, or at all, unless you have great success with your site immediately. Even then there could be up to a 1 month lag time to receive payment.

There are suggestions for driving traffic to your website given and a recommendation to sign up to the Get Response autoresponder which he has integrated with his system to send out automated messages to anyone you may have on your mailing list. This is another added monthly charge.

This system may work for someone who has established themselves online and has a mailing list already to market to, but for anyone looking for a money making opportunity who is not a seasoned marketer, it is buyer beware.
 
 


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avatar   by angelast on July 5, 2010 at 8:41 PM CST

 
 
 
Be careful

I followed the instruction. Nobody visited my website at all. I decided to cancel. My membership was easily canceled by paypal.

The next was the big problem. I made an order so called free trial.

I sent 4 times e-mail for cancel, finally got their response. They said the sample box that I paid $7. ?? should return to china and my membership had been canceled. After 2 days from their response, they made a charge $120. ?? to my ATM card. I needed to spend extra time to blocking the payment. Never, never try this business.
 
 


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avatar   by nhuh0219 on April 30, 2010 at 9:26 AM CST

 
 
 
Seriously worthless

This is basically nothing really special, I didn't like it because it said get $100 within your first 48 hours and I didn't! Basically you had to pay more and more to make that $100. Luckily, I didn't buy another other thing that was needed to make that $100 they were talking about, because after researching it's hard to cancel your account.
 
 


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avatar   by johnybeatz on March 27, 2010 at 3:42 PM CST

 
 
 
This DOES Work and I have the PROOF

Just to put the record straight ...

Apart from being an affiliate, I have NO relationship

with the guy who runs this and, I too am in the UK.

Here we go ...

As some will know, this pays out on the 25th of the month,

one month in areas and, yesterday, the 25th, I did, indeed

GET my first commissions from this, amounting to $320.

Some will say that this is not a lot or, it's rubbish ... yeah?

Well, for me, who has tried loads of things and, got nowhere,

this is a real GEM .. IT DOES PAY and, for what I have done

... literally nothing, since I too was skeptical then, this is

THE thing I have been looking for.

Having been assured, several times by David that I WOULD

get paid on the 25th, I have recently started promoting

via PPC and, my breakdown follows, below ...

Joined on 1st February and got the $100 that same day

(to the account) ... 28 day later, at the month end, there

was $320 sitting in the account to be carried to 'Payday'

(having done Nothing, myself)

To date, I have spent $100 on PPC and, made 2 monthly

payments to David for his promotion efforts, of $47 so

that is $194 outgoing, so far and, my total in my stats,

to date is ... $544. So, according to my math, that comes

in at a VERY NICE 180% profit.

So, what is wrong with that? ... why can't some of you

guys just give this a chance instead of just complaining

and saying it doesn't work?

By The Way, to those who say David doesn't reply ...

you realize that he does have a life and, if you are going

to keep on sending him complaining and whining emails

telling him that it doesn't work or Demanding something

or other then ... well ... what would YOU do?

Personally, I will concede that he hasn't answered

EVERY email I have sent him but ... on average

he HAS answered all the important ones AND, he has

DONE things for me that, usually are charged for,

completely off his own back.

I will listen to NO bad things about this guy and what

he is doing so ... final words?...

IT DOES WORK and I have the Proof !

Best Regards to all ...
 
 


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avatar   by DaSylva on March 26, 2010 at 2:23 PM CST

 
 
 
Not given all the facts on the ad page!

Working on a tight budget to find a business opportunity, I found the "My Affiliate Cash System" and thought it sounded just what I was looking for.

David Michael claimed that for only a US$1, you could join him in his lucrative weight loss business, giving away free samples and free product advice. If you hadn't made US$100 within the first 48 hours, he would pay you US$100 out of his own pocket. He said he had set up deals with these companies to get paid just for sending traffic to their sites.

Also he said that the reason for recruiting and sharing the opportunity was that he got paid extra from the companies for introducing other people who could send customers to their sites... Sounds feasible.

So I signed up, and the first thing I saw was a US$47 per month payment due in 2 days.

I thought that if I earned US$100 in 48 hours that would pay for it, but then I read more information which stated that I would only receive the money I'd earned this month, on the 25th of next month. Further, if the amount I earned was less than US$250 I would have to wait until it reached that figure and, presumably, get paid the following month on the 25th.

He showed how I could earn US$100 immediately, by ordering a free sample from any one of his Top 10 List, but some of these were expired, others were not available in my area, and the rest advised that I needed to pay a delivery fee, which from USA to Australia is about US$10, which I wasn't prepared to do.

I wrote an email to him outlining my problems and asking for some constructive advice, because I wanted to believe in the program. Nothing.

I checked my commission stats after the first 24 hours and discovered I had earned exactly US$100 on 9 hits and 1 sale. I found this to be strange, because one sale = US$20 not US$100. However, he did say that if I didn't earn US$100 in the first 48 hours he would pay me out of his own pocket, so I guess that offer had been removed from the table!

I emailed him again, saying I was disappointed not to have had a reply from him and that I had been scammed before and I was beginning to wonder if this was not another scam!

He answered my email within minutes, saying,

"The earnings are real and are in your commission account with Prime Affiliate Network. They do as all affiliate networks have a minimum payment threshold of $250. You do have to pay the membership fees before you receive your first payment.

I understand if this is not for you To cancel at any time you can do so by canceling the subscription you created in your Own PayPal account.

Thanks,

David Michael"

I was considering what to do next, when I decided to Google "My Affiliate Cash System" and found this site. I have now canceled the monthly payment in my PayPal account.

Strangely, the US$1 payment was raised using a PayPal eCheque, so I actually joined the system with no actual money being received by David. However, I can't cancel the eCheque, he will receive it in a couple of days, and I will put it down to experience.

Would I recommend this system? certainly not. Keep your dollar for a rainy day.

Kenchris
 
 


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avatar   by kenchris on March 26, 2010 at 2:21 PM CST

 
 
 
Scam @ Ripoof

I became a member of My affiliate cash system after numerous emails thinking that they were a real opportunity. This is not true, they offer you a $1 trail membership guaranteeing that you will make a $1oo dollars in your 1st 48hrs. This is only true after you have spent more money buying something else that you have to join. My attempts to contact the company to cancel have been unsuccessful and I now have to stop them from gaining any further access to my account.
 
 


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avatar   by wilbond on March 26, 2010 at 1:56 PM CST

 
 
 
Too Good to be True? Beware!

I enrolled in the MyAffiliateCashSystem and followed David Michael's instructions to enroll in a free trial for one of the products in the affiliate network in order to get my $100 guarantee. I should have read the fine print on the free trial. The free trials for most of the products is for 14 days and after that trial period you are charged the full price of the product. Most products are priced @ $79.95 for a 30 day supply. If you send the product back you have to pay the shipping costs plus a 20% restocking fee which works out to approx. $16 + $5.95 shipping. So you can see why you get $20 for every product ordered.

David Michael probably gets a commission on top of that through his affiliate link to PrimeAffiliateNetwork which handles the commissions and stats and I imagine he gets the recurring fee for anyone who is dumb enough to continue ordering the products. The products are approx. 3 times the cost of what I can get a comparable product locally.

I canceled my membership and product order, but not in time. I was charged the $47 monthly fee after 2 days membership. This was an expensive lesson and I will chalk it up to stupidity and I will learn from it.

You can see why David Michael doesn't want his name listed on WhoIS.
 
 


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avatar   by Tradian on March 9, 2010 at 4:11 PM CST

 
 
 
Add my experience w/MyAffiliateCashSystem

I joined in October - got busy & forgot about it for a while. When I went back to check sometime in December I found there was money in my acct. The original $100 plus some sales as well. I assumed that all the sales were by the owner. So, I decided to promote the product myself & did so using PPV. I spent $200 to open a PPV acct and used the splash option for advertising. As a previous member stated, there is no way to check where the actual sales originated. Checking back frequently I now have $240. in my acct and just need one more sale to break even (Not counting my monthly subscription fees. ) Somehow, though I have not been able to make that last sale, & the month is getting pretty close to end. If I do make that last sale I will cancel the program, but I'm reluctant to leave all that money on the table.
 
 


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avatar   by chippe on February 20, 2010 at 11:51 AM CST

 
 
 
Went to sign up and he had a 0 Paypal Record

While it seems as if many people have signed up for this program, when I decided to try it out, I canceled the transaction right away as he had a ZERO "0" Paypal transaction record. His account had been opened since Dec 2008, so Zero transactions either it's a complete scam or he has multiple accounts just in case he has too many complaints or charge backs. My feeling as a Paypal seller with the same account for 7 years is that he knows he has a high complaint ratio so he has several accounts lined up while disputes are made in other accounts just to keep the "business" operating.

Basically from what I read and I am so glad I came to this site as well is that much of your commission is due to the sale that you are forced to make to yourself. That was never stated as a requirement... so in my opinion the scam is that he is making a commission from you and since there is a $250 threshold, unless you spend a lot of money on advertising, you probably won't reach payout threshold... from what I read it seems as if he is placing just enough sales in your account to make just over a $100 commission to encourage you to continue past the 2 days but not enough to cash out. As far as I am concerned, if you are making money on the Internet, you should be able to cash out at any price level... if there is a threshold, then the company is scamming you... hoping that you will give up and leave the "money on the table". It's all BS - don't fall for it.

Its too bad there are so many scams on the Internet... The bottom line is if you are buying something from someone who has a year old Paypal account but no registered sales, be afraid... be very afraid... don't do it!
 
 


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avatar   by markyd on February 16, 2010 at 2:25 PM CST

 
 
 
My Affliate Cash System - Free Diet Pill Samples

I signed up for this system a few weeks ago. It seemed to work at the beginning, but since I can't track sales, I'm not sure if the commissions I have earned came from anywhere but myself.

I followed the instructions and ordered a trial item myself and did see the $100 promised in the commission report. There are two $20 commissions there also. I have done marketing for this

system and have not seen any commissions in a couple of weeks. Also, when you request a free sample of one of the products, you are signing up for an "autoship trial" which can cost $7?. ?? per month. It always pays to read the terms, etc. on "FREE THINGS. " I haven't been with it long enough to say it's a scam, but so far I'm not that happy with this system.
 
 


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avatar   by blueseven on February 13, 2010 at 9:33 AM CST

 
 
 
WoW ... Hold on a minute !

MY experience (I wish I could post a pic on here), is that, after just one week, exactly and, having done NOTHING, Ziltch, Zero towards getting any monies Via this affiliate site, I have, currently, £180 showing on my stats page ... remember, this is for just WATCHING what is happening.

Now, whether this amount WILL get to the $250 payout limit set, remains to be seen (I'll keep you updated) but, I, for one, am having faith in this and, having e-mailed David on several occasions and, got an almost immediate reply I can see no reason for this to fail because, as he says ... "If my affiliates don't make money then, I don't, right so, why would I NOT want my affiliates to succeed?"

There is the argument that he is hoping that people would drop out before they get to the $250 threshold which, on the face of it, could be true but .. I ask ... WHY? what would he gain, long term?

If he DIDN'T want anyone to make it, then, why is it that Every link that people might click, from your marketing efforts, have your affiliate ID in them? ... If he wanted you to fail then, these links would 'go' to Him, would they not?
 
 


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avatar   by DavLisa on February 8, 2010 at 8:46 PM CST

 
 
 
Just another lame scam!

I was skeptical of My Affiliate Cash System at first, but I decided to give it a try anyway. I was right, it is just another scam that I fell for. David promises that you can make $100 in the first 48 hours or he will pay you out of his pocket. The trial is only 3 days long so by the time you make that $100 you are having to pay him $47. You can not cash out until you get to $250 and so you spend all month trying to make more money and it doesn't work. From my experience, I got the $100 in my account and then I paid the $47. I made no money at all from this system. I think the $100 is fake and he is just trying to hype you up so you can give him your $47 every month. I do not recommend this system to anyone because he is taking your money.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by mcginnisa84 on January 26, 2010 at 12:35 PM CST

 
 
 
Scam?? This is the email I sent to MY Affiliate Cash System (David )

HI David,

I am getting the impression that you are not READING my emails?? I have told you twice there is a problem with the links on the site that you set up for me. Link 1 and Link 4 are taking me to another site that has nothing to do with diets the address that is coming up is this >http://www. #################> I have been advertising this site, This does not look good to any potential customer or affiliate! AND I have sent you confirmation about the order I placed for one of the products, NO email came but a slash page came up which I sent you saying the order is pending ? but the details of payment etc: was all there ? SO AS YOU CAN SEE I HAVE KEPT YOU INFORMED ABOUT THESE PROBLEMS, PLEASE HAVE THE DECENCY TO READ ALL MY EMAILS. I AM TRYING MY BEST TO GET THIS PROGRAM UP AND RUNNING TO PUBLIC STANDARDS, . Wait to see your reply

Mrs *****(Dear readers I do hope this may save you on money and time. This can only Be a Scam.
 
 


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avatar   by Dawnsuzanne on January 19, 2010 at 6:47 AM CST

 
 
 
Somewhat Deceptive

Program promises to generate $100 cash within the first 48 hours of your trial period. It is cleverly setup to bill you starting 3 days later with a fairly high monthly rate, right after your first $100 (that you can't withdraw until you earn $250 also not mentioned until you join) mysteriously appears in your account. Once you login and see $100 or more (in my case it was $120) in your account you're less likely to want to cancel and will probably hold on just a little longer, like a gambler, to see if any more money comes in.

According to the site owner: "I guarantee that you will have your website built, will get clicks & orders and will earn at least $100 in your first 48 hours or you pay nothing and I will personally give you $100 of my own money!"

What he fails to mention is that you have to PAY shipping charges for a free trial yourself to "experience what your site visitors will experience" before you can make that first hundred that he promises.

So it's not that high demand will put $100 in your pocket, it's that you have to order a free trial first, which probably also means that you might be in for a surprise or two.

Look at this line in his Purchase Agreement:

YOU, AND NOT MyAffiliateCashSystem. Com, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING ANY AMOUNTS BILLED TO YOUR CREDIT CARD BY A THIRD PARTY WHICH WERE NOT AUTHORIZED BY YOU.

Many of these so called free trials usually end up as charges from hell that buyers can't cancel and with mysterious fees on their card accounts. Just Google "diet free trial scams" and you'll see a few on the web.

I don't know if the site owner realizes this or not, but this program is deceptive and I want my money back. :-(
 
 


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avatar   by disappointed on December 29, 2009 at 9:56 PM CST

 
 
 
The usual waste of money

I joined this in good faith. $1 start for three days, then $47 per month.

What you have to do in order to start the process and learn all about your site and the product, you are invited to contact the diet company and order a free sample which costs $3.99 for the p & p. Then send the receipt to him and you get your £100 to start you off. You will then get $20 for every sale you make after that.

I followed the instructions and was swiftly told that as I did not live in the US I wouldn't be allowed to try the offer and was sent off to another site that wouldn't benefit my website at all. When I got back to M. A. C. S and explained that I couldn't actually get started, they said 'That's OK, just make sure that you only advertise in the US' which is something I should have been told about before joining. I still got my $100. So, did that come out of his own pocket?

So, having to do things on my own now, I tried to get the download ebooks, couldn't do that. Then I entered the site that I have to generate traffic from, that either didn't exist or had shut down since I was again redirected to another site that also didn't work.

One of the selling points of all this is, you don't have to do anything to get sales, you can leave it up to them if you want, and still get money. If however you decide to generate traffic yourself, you will increase your profit.

Bottom line is then, I can't seem to find a way to get traffic myself and they don't seemed to have sent any either. I've been in this for just over a week now and yes, I do have $100, and yes they did charge me $49 after 2 days, not 3. I'm beginning to see how he made so much money in three days now.

He points out that if you were to leave before you made $250 (seems to be expecting it) you would lose anything that's in there. I'm just wondering how many $49 payments I have to make to get that figure?

The clever ploy here is, as it's only $1 to join you don't get your money back, but then the monthly $49 kicks in because you have agreed to do that. Better stay away from this.
 
 


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avatar   by Redfire on November 20, 2009 at 9:23 PM CST

REDFIRE

 
 
 
Dont be fooled by "guaranteed $100 commission"

I was very disappointed after joining this system. I paid $47 (its $47 per month but I cancelled after first month) and made $100 which does look great at first. But I was not able to cash out because I couldn’t make any further sales and I had no luck whatsoever with traffic. I regret giving this system a go but at least I know what type of systems to stay away from. I would advise people who have an interest in this program to not be fooled by the “guaranteed $100 commission”. I’ve heard about ACME People Search too and apparently both programs work on a similar principle. So guess I will stay away from both.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by maestro29 on November 16, 2009 at 7:23 PM CST

 
 
 
This is no different than Acme People Search

I joined My Affiliate Cash System because I thought it would be a great deal. I mean for $47 a month for my new site to be advertised and receive orders... what a deal, right? Wrong. Yes, the first 48 hours I had the guaranteed $100 in my commission account. Too bad I couldn't request it though. After the 48 hours, I noticed that I was not getting any more sales whatsoever, and that it was up to me now to get the future orders. I did try to bring in more visitors and orders, but it did not work.

This is no different that Acme People Search and the $125 commission that they offer. It is the exact same setup, but different areas of promotion. It is my personal experience that it is a waste of time. It is real easy for him to sit back and make the necessary credits to accounts to pull this off, but I can only advise that you will be sorely disappointed when you see how it all works.

If you have tried Acme, then you know exactly what I'm talking about here. If not, read the reviews here on both sites and make your own logical conclusion. Oh, and by the way, the $1 offer is good for two days and not three. I would heavily advise against this program.
 
 


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