I got this tipster (send in your tips here) email today that wanted me to click on their link to join this new opportunity. Some of these things I get make me shake my head. This one just made me laugh out loud.
So the pitch is if you sign up to get text ads on your cell phone, multiple times a day you’ll make five cents for each text message you get.
But that’s not all. If you get a bunch of your friends to sign up you’ll make money for every text spam message they get also. Seems like a great way to make a frenemy out of someone you know. I mean seriously, how long does it take before anyone gets sick of getting multiple text messages a day to earn five cents each?
I can see this spreading like wildfire in the Biz Op community of “what’s the next thing” to join but if someone tried to convince me to join, no way.
And here is where the hate comments will start. “You don’t know what you’re talking about.” Actually it doesn’t take a scientist to see that signing up friends to get text message spam has a direct correlation with how to really annoy friends.
And once anyone signs up in the program, what do you think the chances are of your cell number getting sold and resold so more marketers can send you text spam? That’s a bridge I don’t want to cross.
While you may make a nickel a message, don’t forget that your cell provider may still charge you for receiving the messages or data.
Here is the Cash Text promotional video. – Source
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Let me know when the next program comes out where people signup to get telemarketing calls at dinner time. Count me out for that one as well.
Let’s get serious for a minute. If this program is such a great deal then why are the people behind it not open and transparent?
The domain name has a hidden ownership and the CashTexts.com site sits on the same server with the following domain names.
The most surprising of those sites was survivorsempowered.com where I kid you not, a “financial freedom” opportunity is targeted towards people that are a “survivor/victim of verbally abusive and controlling behavior.” – Source
The Cash Texts company privacy and terms do not identify the company. – Source. So who is it you are turning over your private information to?
We have no idea what state the Cash Texts people are located in to even see if they are properly registered to do business.
At best the Cash Texts business as presented is dubious, at worst it is not a legitimate company that even bothers to identify who they really are.