There are many forms of advertisements for a service that is supposed to help you make $500 a day with a website. If you’re reading this article it is because you are probably wanting to know what is going on.
There are ads that use different ways to get your attention. It could be a robocall, snail mail, an advertorial style ad, video marketing or through an email.
If you decide to take action with whichever ad you came across and are not satisfied with what you paid for, know that you’re not alone.
Many people are trying to get in contact with support through EasyKits and may not get a response.
In this article, I’m going to shed some light and give you some ideas on what is going on and ideas on how you can obtain your money back.
It Spreads Like Wildfire
Once people start buying into an ad that promises people the world, you are going to see ads everywhere leading to the same service.
The ad may not be exactly the same because they are targeting every and anyone.
You will see many different advertisements promoting that promise.
The people who are unsure whether they paid or didn’t will do the smart thing and read reviews.
There Are Many Reviews Online
You will read the red flags in regards to a service adverting this $500 a day website.
You probably read many reviews listing the red flags such as…!
- Fivver Actors
- Using Amazon’s name
- Stock photos
- Facebook Bonanza
- Sketchy payment option
- Difficult to contact anyone
Like I said earlier, they will have different domain names but it is the same service they are trying to get people to buy.
How Can You Determine It Is The Same Promo
As of right now, it’s a $500 a day website that claims you will make you money and easy kits is their contact info.
You may not get that advertisement in regards to that $500 a day website. The advertisement may change in time once everyone decides to avoid their promo strategy.
Your best bet is to read the fine print. That is where you are going to get familiar in regards to who you’re dealing with.
Not only that, you can learn some details in regards to what they intend to do with your info and other charges that may apply.
How To Protect Yourself From Similar Ads
If you read reviews before you decided to pay then that is great.
What I do is click around and to see what happens.
When I personally went to click on that easy kits link, it showed it wasn’t a secured link in my web browser.
That caused my trust level diminished even more. I was also concerned if these ads have some sort of malware on them. I would recommend that people run a security scan on their computers if they didn’t prior to reading any of those ads.
If you read or listen to a video ad…!
There is nothing transparent in these ads. If you see any images where they have a testimonial explaining how a person is making lots of money and the image looks like one of those picture frame photos, most likely it’s a stock photo.
In regards to testimonials, I would recommend you ignore them especially when it comes to the making money opportunity online. Even though I make money online, everyone is going to have a different experience. Yes, it is possible to make money from home, but I recommend you just disregard those testimonials.
This part can be a little difficult to decipher but, there is a difference between telling you a story about how Joe Blow makes millions online and the actual way how Joe Blow makes money online.
The best way I can describe is like, Let’s Make A Deal. These ads don’t tell you what is behind the curtain until you pay and most of the time it is a ZONK.
To give you an idea…!
Let’s use the name-drop scam as an example.
A story would be how Joe Blow was in debt and then he found this amazing way by using Amazon. The ad never really tells you in details how he did it. They just name-drop a company’s name that gives you some sort of trust factor.
An actual way to make money would be through lets us use Affiliate Marketing as an example. Joe Blow made his money by recommending products through Amazon’s affiliate program.
As you can see, now you get an idea of what you are going to pay for if you decide to invest. You are either going to pay for a story that doesn’t give you any details in what they are asking you to do before you invest.
Or you are going to pay for a service that is going to make you money by using affiliate marketing strategies.
Better yet, if you get substance, you can research that substance further to see if it is an investment you would like to invest in.
Another example would be…!
If Joe Blow was selling items on eBay. We know that people make money by selling products on eBay (This is why I disregard testimonials when it comes to making money online).
However, Joe Blow may have some great strategies that help people make more money than the average eBay seller. Now it may raise an eyebrow for people who are interested in making money by selling products using eBay.
They may not give you the strategies before you pay, but you have an idea that there might be a little substance in regards to what they are selling to you.
If that is the case, I personally would wait until I can find out more details. Such as…!
- Price point
- Does what they offer work
- Did people get bilked
Not only that, not everyone wants to sell products on eBay.
This is why these ads don’t give people any substance. Because they are trying to get as many people to pay as they possibly can without giving details.
Leading people to obtain a refund because it wasn’t what they thought it would be.
Even though some ads may give you substance, that doesn’t mean you will get what you thought you were paying for.
I personally recommend if they are not going to give you details in regards to who they are and what they are selling to you upfront it goes back to being ZONK!
That Money Sucking Website
Money Sucking Website is another one of their ads.
When I Googled moneysuckingwebsite’s domain name online, there wasn’t one.
What I’m getting at here, they are explaining to you how you can make $500 a day with what they call the Money Sucking Website, yet there isn’t a moneysuckingwebsite domain name. I don’t know about you, but It makes me wonder who am I dealing with!
The domain name I got to was systemsmswve2.pw.
As you can see the word systems is used. The MSW in the domain name stands for moneysuckingwebsite. Ve2 I’m assuming it could mean version 2, I could be wrong, it could be some type of code for them, but if you see .pw it is known for spam.
According to symantec.com, they observed a tremendous increase in .pw extension used as spam. The .pw extension was originally for a country code top-level domain for Palau. Now that .pw is available to the general public, it was branded as a professional website (.pw).
For me, every time I come across an extension that isn’t .com, .net, .org or .gov, my guard goes up even more.
I don’t know what it is, but Spammers and Scammers tend to like those odd extensions. I always recommend researching first, but you can get clues just by observing and researching the domain name extension.
Now Let’s Get Into Ways You Can Obtain A Refund
The better record keeper you are the better chances you have to obtain your money back.
The first thing I would do is make a folder on your computer and gather all your receipts and correspondence you may have to obtain a refund.
If you made telephone calls jot down the phone number, date, time and what happened.
Okay, I wrote an article in regards to how to get a refund from a service online.
The first step is to do everything you can to obtain a refund from the service you paid for. If you went to that easy kits support and that didn’t work or the telephone numbers, your next step would be to try to go to ClickSure and obtain a refund through them.
If you don’t know what ClickSure is, it’s similar to ClickBank where they allow digital creators to sell their products through their services.
If you got your refund it’s all good, but…!
Being that you are dealing with a service that is really nontransparent before you pay, I recommend you call your bank and make sure you haven’t gotten any unauthorized charges.
In that “Money Sucking Website” fine print, there could be unauthorized charges which I find to be very scary because God knows how much these unauthorized charges is going to be.
If you’re still not getting anywhere.
Next, it’s time to file a complaint with the BBB. Explain to BBB what happened to you. Show your receipts. That means telephone calls, emails, and support.
If BBB couldn’t help you get your money back, go to the FTC website and file a complaint there. This doesn’t guarantee you a refund, but if enough people are experiencing the same situation, the FTC may take action against the service.
If that happens, it may take years to get your money back if ever. However, you’re not letting them get away. Not only that, the FTC may ban them from selling other products to people online.
All In All
There are more scams out there than actual opportunities online. Scams use whatever it takes to get your money. They will even name-drop reputable company’s names just to get you interested.
If you did pay, it’s understandable because these ads really do a great job convincing people that an opportunity of a lifetime has come their way.
To protect yourself, it is best to research the opportunity before you pay. If you’re not getting any details in regards to what you will be doing to make money with a “money sucking website” that is a red flag right there.
By taking the time to read through the fine print can protect you from getting money sucked right out of your wallet. You can easily find out details such as unauthorized charges before you pay.
If you have questions or comments about EasyKits, feel free to let me know below, thanks!