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Complaint Review: Emailprocessing4cash - Email Processor

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  • Submitted: Sun, July 20, 2008
  • Updated: Sat, June 13, 2009

  • Reported By:Bloomington Minnesota
Emailprocessing4cash - Email Processor
ebiz-depot.com/emailprocessor cars4free.com Internet U.S.A.

Emailprocessing4cash - Email Processor, process emails at home , at home business Internet

*Consumer Comment: Emailprocessing4cash is definately a scam!

*Consumer Comment: How Do I Get My Money Back?

*Author of original report: Successful refund

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Ok, so I knew this was an iffy thing, too good to be true type as well, but putting my better judgment aside I thought I could try and be out 30$. I searched on rip-off for anything, did not find anything about email processing, I noticed on the web site that it was credited by online bureau.com. So, again I thought At the very least Ill be out 30 dollars!

As soon as it went through, I was taken to a blank page; I was able to shorten the address bar and was taken to the software we pay for. Which is just a web page of information and nowhere to log in, as it indicates you do.

So, the web site says per EMAIL you process you earn 25$. They give you the tools to copy and paste a response to each person, they provide LEADS. When in fact, the web site has you come up with your own advertisement (same one that caught your eye (ie mine)), they allow you to copy and paste several different types and you are to repost it on other free advertisement web sites to get people to click and pay the 30$, DIRECTLY to you. Yes, you do respond to inquiries, but dont get paid for the emails sent, and only get paid if you successfully scam someone.

Even though I did get scammed, Im not going to scam someone else to make my money back.

Beware! If it seems too good to be true, it is I doubt there is any non scamming work at home job!

Jessicavc
Bloomington, Minnesota
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Emailprocessing4cash is definately a scam!

AUTHOR: MichaelJohn - ()

 

Please read my honest review before making your decision to join “email processing 4 cash”.

EPS Prosperity (aka “email processing 4 cash” and “posting ads for profits”) is another “work from home” scam, plain and simple! I know because I purchased the system for $25.00, and then wasted another $20 for their ridiculous website and domain.

Do yourself a big favor. BEFORE you buy into this BS money making system, take a serious look in the jobs and financial sections at Craigslist.com and Backpages.com, and see just how many of these bogus home based business opportunities are being posted every single day. These ads truly are a dime a dozen, and very few people actually make any significant income from this type of "email processing". Yes some people DO make lots of money selling this kind of crap, (if you live to scam others you can too) but is this really how you wanted to make some extra cash?

Also, when you join EPS they instruct you to post your ads in the JOBS section of major cities on the Craigslist, even though this is in DIRECT VIOLATION of the Craigslist posting rules! If you do succeed in getting your ads posted, (expect to be flagged and ghosted often) you will be competing with literally thousands and thousands of other people who are posting similar ads, hoping to find people (suckers) to buy their products. Most people who fall for these schemes are broke and "down on their luck" (like me) and sincerely want to believe that they can make big bucks purchasing these "work at home" systems. I was suckered too and have learned my lesson. By writing this review, I’m hoping to stop others from making the same stupid mistake I did. 

One final note- when you set up your $10 website with EPS, they no longer accept Paypal payments directly. This is because Paypal has determined that "email processing 4 cash" is not a legitimate product or service and has stopped these websites from accepting Paypal payments. Unfortunately you don’t find out about this important bit of information until AFTER you buy the EPS system!

To get around this, they have you set up an account with a company called PaySpree, this way they can link your Paypal account (indirectly) with the EPS website. They also fail to mention that Payspree charges $2.00 for every $25 "system" you sell, in addition to your normal Paypal fees!

Feel free to ask me any questions you may have about EPS via email at: PostingForProfits@yahoo.com.

Good Luck!

Update: EPS Prosperity (aka Ya Ya Services Inc) has closed down my EPS website- PostingForProfits.net . This is how they deal with people who “dare” to open up a Paypal dispute against them!

I will let you all know if I’m successful in getting my money back.  The scam continues…

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#2 Consumer Comment

How Do I Get My Money Back?

AUTHOR: Tshahan01 - (U.S.A.)

I see that you successfully received a refund from this same company. Could you please inform me as to how to do this. I cannot find a phone number to call or anything. Please advise as to how you obtained your refund. You are totally correct in that it is a scam. Thank you for your help.
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#3 Author of original report

Successful refund

AUTHOR: Jessicavc - (U.S.A.)

Totallytraffic@totallyfreecars.com is the individual who scammed me, and gave a complete refund, immediately! As soon as I realized that I had to scam others and it wasnt what I wanted I put a claim through pay-pal and did an immediate refund request. I got online this afternoon and the request by the individual approved and refunded me. I dont know if anyone else would have this luck, but Id sugest to get a real job, with I9 and maybe W2 Forums!
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