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Underground Cash Secret Review
Date Added: 6/18/2009     Reviewer: windychris
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Underground Cash Secret Description

Underground Cash Secrets is a course created by Michael Vincent. It’s targeted towards helping beginners succeed with an Internet business. The course promises to help you earn a six figure income working only 1 hour a day using Michael’s system. It comes with a manual, audio interviews, graphic templates, multimedia software tools, and reports which you can resell.

Underground Cash Secret Detailed Overview

The Underground Cash Secrets is one of the newer programs that have been released on the market. I have initially heard bad reviews about the course but I decided to suspend my skepticism and take a look to see what it was all about. The salesletter is a blind ad, meaning that it doesn’t tell you exactly what the product about. To clear up the confusion, it’s about affiliate marketing.

The program covers mainly the basics of getting set up. Michael first gives you an overview of how an Internet business functions. He covers how to register a domain name and set up web hosting for your site. He then teaches you how to get set up with Clickbank, set up a blog, use Google Adwords, and optimize your site for the search engines.

After going through the book, I found that it was merely an overview of many different subjects. This book can be useful for the absolute beginner who was just recently introduced to the concept of an Internet business but for the average person who has been online for a couple of months, there wasn’t anything new in the book.

The book never really fills in the details on the various subjects it covers. It tells you about getting traffic from the search engines but never really fills in the details on the whole strategy you have to follow in order to get rankings. I was hoping to pick up a few gems in the book but I didn’t really pick up anything that set it apart from other books on the topic.

I really didn’t like the fact that Michael promises a six figure income working only an hour a day. That is a big promise and unrealistic. I think it’s unfortunate people are easily misled about how easy it is to make money online and claims that you can make a fortune doing virtually nothing.

The one thing that I was of value was the 100+ products with resell rights. There are some useful software programs such as a streaming audio creator, streaming video creator, and. There is also a collection of graphics, templates, and headers that you can use for your own site.

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Underground Cash Secret Reputation

The Underground Cash Secrets has received mostly negative reviews from customers. The content of the course can be found for free and is a basic summary of how to use Clickbank and get started with affiliate marketing. Customers have said that it is mostly rehashed information from other courses.

Many customers also have complained that once you become a customer, Michael’s staff constantly call you multiple times a day to sign up to their expensive program. They have said that it was difficult to get off the calling list as they don’t listen to your removal request. Although Michael’s course comes with many useful resell rights products, I recommend you stay away from his product based on customer experiences.

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This have not proved to be what its supposed to be!

I bought into eMarketing Solutions, LLC and was supposed to get "Underground Cash Secrets" as a bonus. I paid $49.99 on Oct 19,2009 and have not made a penny from underground cash secrets to this date. The only thing I receive constantly is to buy or invest into other services to make money. They promised that I wouldn't have to work less than one hour per day and make profit.
 
 


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avatar   by jsgreen on April 29, 2010 at 11:01 AM CST

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Not this again?

I have a tip for all you people who fall for this mean stuff. Buy a second cell phone to use for I. M. That way when you receive angry phone calls from these people it is a simple matter of changing your sim card as they will not listen to you anyway. Your main cell phone will then be free for your family and friends to use.

I too fell for this garbage, and I too received manic phone calls at all hours of the day and night until I had to destroy my sim card (replacement should only be a couple of bucks) that's when I purchased a second, cheap cell phone to use with potential criminals.

Having been burned the first time round by the possibly fake Michael Vincent, I find myself being angry all over again every time I'm sent yet another slightly differently worded email that ends up revealing the name of my nemesis and the flashy cars he's supposed to own.

I'm currently getting two or three similar emails per day and now I just bin them. At least they can't phone me any more.

Treat yourself to another phone, be independent of this abuse, and stay clear of whoever claims to be called Michael Vincent.
 
 


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avatar   by Redfire on January 15, 2010 at 9:30 AM CST

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Too good to be true? Probably

Well after ordering the book, I'm completely disappointed. Michael's guarantees were really cool, and I was like, Wow, if I can achieve what he says life's gonna be easy. But unfortunately, as I predicted, all the book had was a few topics covering the BASICS - note that they are BASICS - of internet business. It didn't go to the details, and never talked about specific ways to make 150,000 dollars a year. It's like saying - "If you want to make that much, look for another detailed book. " Michael's promises were way out of the realistic line, resulting in his business being ruined. That's why you need quality, and this book simply doesn't have it. If he wants his reputation back, he'll need to improve his work significantly.
 
 


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avatar   by techcom3 on January 12, 2010 at 1:41 PM CST

 
 
 
Just another scam

Just another joke I believe. This e-book consists of complete junk and basic information which is already known to me. It is completely fake and full of scam. The picture of Michael Vincent is not what it shows on a sales page. That is enough to predict that this is a scam. If you signup with this program you will get never ending and annoying phone calls for you personal details like credit card information etc. Please don’t waste your $17 on this fake program. Stay away from this as much as possible. I have already sent a request to return my money, but I am not sure whether they will return it.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by JustinJohn on January 11, 2010 at 2:07 PM CST

 
 
 
The Scam Continue's-"Congratulations, Claim your $630 Commission Now

I wanted to update this review due to the fact that the Email "Congratulations, Claim your $630 Commission Now or it will be forfeited.. " is being circulated as of 12/3/09. Over the last month I have received 4 of these emails all with the same subject

headline, the only twist is the dollar amount is different in 2 out of the 4 emails, one states $330, and another stated $440.

Also if you contact UCS customer service support, in regards to the

commission check email, they will deny any knowledge of such emails, and state that their affiliate program does not pay any such commissions, and claim that they are not responsible for their affiliate's actions, and in fact their affiliate program is separate from the UndergroundCashSecret program? This was the exact response from their customer service operator.

The UCS program contain's 100+ products you can resell. However the content's are really just outdated PLR products, and products that have links which are no longer active. When you sign up for the program they offer so called Free Bonuses which are in fact Up-Sell products, linked to other program's costing you more money.

Also if you click the salespage link the 1st time, the price of the program is $49.99, if you try to leave the page, the price is reduced to, $17, sometimes it will even go as low as $7, depending on which affiliate page you land on.

Also a word on the phone call's, you will get phone call's from very aggressive hard-sell staff person's, claiming that they are your appointed mentor, or personal advisor to help you make more money. The 1st phone call I got, the guy was one of the rudest, unprofessional salesman I have ever encountered, when I refused to buy into any upsell for their coaching program, and he was trying to force me into giving up my credit card details, he turned hostile and started screaming at me all sorts of vile and belittling personal attacks. I hung up, however they will continue to call you from other numbers, I had to change my phone number.

In summary: I think it's important that all are aware of this "Bogus" commission check email, as it is a very powerful and enticing email.

However it is a Scam, and the UCS is of no value, especially if they employ out-right fraudulent tactic's, in order to sell thier product regardless of how much or little you pay for it.
 
 


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avatar   by interzone88 on December 3, 2009 at 10:48 PM CST

 
 
 
Michael Vincent Needs An Underground Clue

I was sent an email from an affiliate that is supposed to be selling Underground Cash Secret for a guy named Michael Vincent. They told me I was getting a commission for $660 if I joined today. Well I joined, and no commission yet. We'll see, but I doubt it after seeing the product. Over half of the content was suspended because it was too old and out dated material, and it belonged to some Mike Tracy or something like that. "Used Without Permission in fact, is what it said. This guy has got ba**% or he's not too bright! Most of the business in a box Gems they give you come with all the squeeze pages and pics, but no products, or the products are so lame they are cluttering up my PC. All the FREE software that cost me $27 was a joke, whoever calls some of this stuff software must be on crack, software actually does something! Save your money and stay away from this product... Thats a stretch even calling this a product!
 
 


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avatar   by Raven41 on October 27, 2009 at 8:08 AM CST

 
 
 
Underground Scam Secrets {Revealed}

Hello Everyone,

IM Report Card should be charging me like a shrink for the chance to get this off my chest, I have had a real hard time swallowing what this joke of a company has been pulling on people.

It all started with an email that contained the message "Join Today and You Have a $330 Commission Check Coming! This was supposed to be due to the fact that I had signed up to their list and had 11 people under me, I instantly thought under me? That sounds like MLM, and I avoid MLM like the plague, not to offend anyone in MLM, but I don't like the pyramid style of business. I know, I know, it's not a pyramid, whatever! But I checked out the site and it wasn't MLM, but straight foward sales from what I could tell, with tons of bonuses. I still had a hard time swallowing it, so I did nothing.

The Next message was "Join Today and You Have a $660 Commission Check Coming!". Now I had 22 people under me... ? Ok I thought $660 isn't a lot of money, but it's still a car payment or something. So I went to the site, credit card in hand, and purchased for $17 at the back out price, and don't tell me I'm the only one who uses that trick either(wink). Now I was expecting my commission right? Wrong!

I tried every avenue I could think of to get my commissions, the company denied ever sending me any letters containing this information, and told me that they didn't pay commissions, and I was barking up the wrong tree basically. At this point I tried getting my money back, I had about as much luck getting my money back as I did getting my commissions. None!

I tried sending copies of their letters to them, so they could see what I was seeing, but according to their support team, my letters were blank... basically the "What I Can't Hear You, Your Breaking Up!" routine.

Now I was left holding a membership to a collection of ripped off recordings, photos, and free stuff that is very outdated and basically worthless. So If I were considering "Underground Cash Secrets" I would consider yourself lucky there is a site like IM Reportcard. Stay Far, Far Away from anything this company does! I personally don't understand why this guy isn't behind bars! Fraud is Fraud, online or not! I'm very happy the guy in the photo told on him too, good for you! Hopefully nobody tries to beat you up thinking you ripped them off, that would stink!

 
 


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avatar   by nicheprofitier on October 2, 2009 at 3:58 PM CST

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Please Take It Off The Market

I was suckered by this company 2 months ago. They lure you in with the promise that they'll help you make money fast. The truth is, they don't actually teach you or help you to make money at all. You pay the fee. Once that's done you're taken to the site. Then in order for you to make real cash you have to upgrade to a pro membership then advertise a site with your affiliate link and sucker others the way you were suckered in order to make money. I feel as though this was a total waste of my hard earned money.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by briward on August 21, 2009 at 12:22 AM CST

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I got no cash.

I paid the fee and waited to see what I had to do to earn all this cash they are talking about. But all I got is a link to their membership page and a couple of audio links that were supposed to help me but didn't. They claim the program is easy but they didn't even explain anything to me for me to see how easy it was! I did get a phone call to see if I was 'eligible' for more help, but I felt like I was talking to a solicitor and not someone who was supposed to help me.
 
 


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avatar   by stephwrites on August 16, 2009 at 12:47 AM CST

 
 
 
Stay away

I thought it sounded good until they asked info about credit cards and how much I owe on them. I was going to do it until my wife had several problems with what they were saying. If they are going to teach you how to market this, why would they ask for thousands up front. Why don't they show you where to put your money. I told them I would have to call them the next day to finalize it. The mentor said, "No, I only have so many spots left and cannot wait you will lose your spot." Well I hung up. The next day they called and said they were still able to save a spot for me. I declined their invitation. When they interviewed me, there was too many things they said that did not add up.

Take my advice and stay away.
 
 


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avatar   by Kurtems on July 16, 2009 at 12:51 PM CST

 
 
 
Not a good idea

I paid for Underground Cash Secret. It is the worst product I have ever purchased. It's filled with lies and dishonesty. I am constantly being called, and it is getting really annoying. The methods of making money that they teach you seem nearly illegal, because of their cheap ways. I asked for a refund and never got one. Oh well.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by floggish on July 12, 2009 at 3:07 AM CST

 
 
 
Do not buy into Underground Cash Secret

When I first saw this web site, I thought it was the real deal. I got sucked into the 49 dollar thing. I should have known better. I did spend money on the SEO thing To no avail. Their customer support system is terrible to say the least. And the picture is not even Micheal Vincent. I did try to get my money back. They wouldn't even do that. I got scammed big time. Please, anybody looking to buy into this scam, don't.
 
 


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avatar   by renegadelr on July 10, 2009 at 11:02 AM CST

 
 
 
Not for newbies, not for anyone!

The entire sales page on this site is completely false. Just look at all the clones which are identical except for the names, types of cars etc. And none of the pictures are of Mr. Vincent, as has been stated.

And yes, they do LOVE to pressure you for thousands more $. It cost me an extra $150 on my phone bill before I finally convinced them to stop calling - or else.

Look on Jeff Rose's site for a full list of Vincent's sites. I doubt an experienced person would fall for this, but at some point, we are all new. It is easy to get sucked in at first.

The phone calls have stopped - finally - but the emails still come in at 6 per day. If you like spam, just sign up at his site!

No thank you, this is not for newbies, not for anyone! Terrible scam.
 
 


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avatar   by cocobolo on July 9, 2009 at 11:22 PM CST

 
 
 
Stay Away_trust me

I remember when I thought that I would actually make some money on this Underground Cash Secret. Boy, I was wrong. I ended up spending lots of time reading all these useless books and junk that I knew that I could get for free at other places. Not to mention, they started giving me phone calls telling me to invest thousands of dollars for growth in my business. Also, I did some research and found out that the picture of "Michael Vincent" on the main site, is not even Michael Vincent himself. It just makes sense to stay far away from Michael and his product.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by ckardos on July 9, 2009 at 6:46 PM CST

 
 
 
It's hard to promote...

I bought this product but unfortunately not a good site for me to stay on. I found out when I saw the free website they have, it was hard to promote plus the search engine submitter is of poor quality. I believe that a person who would like to make money with this product will need to invest more time and money.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by eyeopener on June 25, 2009 at 3:04 AM CST

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Michael Vincent

Stay far away from anything Michael Vincent promotes. The photo on the sales page of Underground Cash Secrets is Not Him.

It is a stock photo of Jeff Rose!

Here are Jeff's remarks on a scam report:

January 13, 2009

Jeff Rose @ 9:28 pm

For what it's worth, I can pretty well guarantee that Michael Vincent and Underground Cash Secrets is a scam. How, do you ask? How about the fact that the picture on the website is me. Not Michael Vincent. My photographer friend submitted my photo to a stock photography website.

Apparently, I fit the "image" for Underground Cash Secrets. If you don't believe me, visit my blog to see "me" Jeff Rose, not Michael Vincent. http://www.GoodFinancialCents.com
 
 


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avatar   by Halcyon on June 24, 2009 at 3:46 PM CST

 
 
 
Don't do this product unless you want phone calls that won't stop!

I tried this a couple months ago and decided after spending the initial payment to start, plus the extra money for search engine submissions, etc to stop. They have been calling me ever since. They first called asking a lot of personal questions, and I finally told them to take me off their call lists. They told me that there was no list, that because I has signed up they had a file on me, including my CC info, etc. I told them to burn my file, then because I didn't want any more calls from them. That was a couple months ago and I still get calls to this day. After a few times telling them not to call me anymore, I just gave up. Now when they call they ask for me and tell me they are with Michael Vincent's office, and I just hang up.
 
 


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Should be banned

Ok So I got sucked into this one a few months back. And at first I thought it was going to work. All my hopes up cause I was getting the product for 17 dollars instead of 49. I was like 17 dollars is ok. I pay the money and put my information in. The next day i receive calls STARTING at 7 AM. They proceeded to call every hour that day till you answered. So I did. Then the person I talked to was asking personal questions that no one should ask. I told them to take me off the list to call cause 20 calls that first day was way to much. I asked for a refund and to my surprise my card had been charged for the full amount. Got my money back and to this day, several months later I have had to change my number because the phone calls don't end. Don't Do This Product Unless You Have Unlimited Minutes.
 
 


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avatar   by JMorales on June 23, 2009 at 7:09 AM CST

 
 
 
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