I know I have strayed from binary options lately, but scams like the My Ebiz Coach scam need to be exposed because a lot of people are losing their time and money with them, not to mention their emails because they get filled with spam and are rendered useless. This is not a binary options scam, but it is just as dangerous and just as ineffective in actually earning some money. I recently wrote a review on a scam called Onpointing, this here is 100% identical. The reason I am putting this review together is because I want to show that this is something out there and that people will continue to get scammed if they are not informed.
Product Name: My Ebiz Coach Scam
Niche: Online Surveys
Official Website: http://My Ebiz Coach.com
This is a bait and switch type of scam where they provide zero information, lure you into giving your email address which is collected for future purposes, and then thrown into an affiliate website claimed to make money. It doesn’t matter what it is. The main page is so general that it fits nearly every scam out there. Its quick money, fast collection of emails for future marketing, and absolutely zero benefit for the end user. The fact is, no legitimate company that really offers quality services will allow any marketer to advertise their website like this and actually pay them money for it. This is by far the laziest form of marketing that I have seen, and is definitely a temporary solution that lasts a short time before being taken down. So, whatever page you end up getting sent to, 90% of the time it’s going to be a lowlife scam that is just trying to get as many people to get to it and sign up rather than really offering something quality that will give you results.
Once you land on the homepage of this scam, you realize that you are given absolutely no information. Just a button which leads to a small form is all you get. It requires your email address, which in turn then leads you to a scam system or work-from-home scam. The goal? Not only to redirect you to their affiliate that pays them a whole lot of money for every new user that signs up, but also to collect emails. All of the gathered emails are put into a nice fat mailing list which they use in the future to spam users with their newest scams. An additional profit is made from selling these mailing lists and you will receive numerous emails from various scam artists trying to lure you into the latest get rich quick gimmick. In the end, you will have to close your email and create a new one because there is no getting away from the spam email that will fill your mailbox to the brim.
Of course, if you do go past this step you are redirected from the My Ebiz Coach scam website and onto one of their affiliate websites. In this case, as it was with the Onpointing scam, you are redirected to the Paid Surveys at Home website. Though this isn’t necessarily a scam, it is most certainly a waste of time. Not to mention that you will be asked to pay a fat sum after their “trial” period is over. In the end, wasting time, money, and a whole lot of patience. The website consists of plenty of useless information that does not answer to the reality of what you are signing up for, and plenty of empty promises.
Though there was a time when there really were a whole lot of people making some type of money with paid surveys, it was short-lived and the profits made certainly did not add up. There are still some legitimate sites left out there that do pay for taking surveys, for the most part it’s not in actual money, but rather in gift cards or gifts which you earn points for. In the end, you end up giving up before you even actually make half of what is necessary to get something in return. Though they claim surveys in the amounts of $20 each for 20 minutes, it’s far from that. The surveys are long and tedious and usually pay a small percent of that. Not to mention that you will be eligible for only a small handful of them, and usually those that are in the lower spectrum of payment. All in all, a complete waste of time, and once they do ask for payment for “better opportunities” it will turn into a waste of money as well.
They don’t lie when they say that there really are companies out there looking for real feedback on products and this is generally done through surveys. Unfortunately, they lie about the fact that they work with them. Though some may slip through the cracks and get lured into paying for such low quality services, for the most part they seek out professional companies and even have their own team that deals with such research. They need accurate quality information, not just quantity. Either way, even if there are some high paying companies out there, being that exact type of person that answers to their standards for the survey is slim and you are stuck with the $1 surveys that get you nowhere.
Though there is plenty of information on the website, it’s all very general and common with nearly every survey website out there. What caught my attention as their giveaway that they are just another scam are their testimonials where they have used stolen images from various other websites. Regardless how long this website has been around and how long they have been in the business, the fact that they cannot get at least 3 of their real customers to write real testimonials and share their image is more than enough to convince me that no one is actually successful with this scam.
However you look at it, I don’t recommend you waste your time with this. You can easily find some quality survey websites that actually pay something rather than try out this shady website which you were sent to from a bait and switch scam. It’s completely useless you waste your time and money on something that gives absolutely no proof of actually earning you anything. As for the My Ebiz Coach scam website, avoid it altogether if you value your mailbox, your time, and your personal information.