Gretchen wrote us asking if we knew anything about keyforcash.com, which is an apparent home typing /data entry job. We don’t, but enough people have asked us that we finally decided to take a look. We can’t do a full I’ve Tried That review, however, because all we can do is sign up. KeyforCash states that it might contact us in the future and we might be invited to join. Sheesh! I’ve never felt so snubbed.
Not really. Actually, it was kind of refreshing to be told, “Hey, we don’t always need new people, so we’ll put you on a waiting list” instead of a flashy timer and blinking text screaming at me, “HURRY! We only have 8 positions left!”
Is KeyforCash.com a Scam?
We don’t know. But none of the signs are there. Take a close look at its landing page. Despite the cheesy dollar signs background, it’s clean and simple, which is a good sign.
By contrast, look at the horrible landing page of typeinternational.com. It’s busy and unappealing, and every pixel is dedicated to selling me something. And that’s just part of the home page, mind you. (Oh, and “Unlimited Guaranteed Income?” Puh-leeze.)
Here are some other good signs that KeyforCash is being straight with you:
- It makes no ridiculous claims about how much you’ll make.
- It states pretty clearly what you’ll be doing if you work for them.
- There are no pictures of shiny, happy people or bundles of cash.
- There are no Clickbank images of anyone’s alleged earnings.
- KeyforCash doesn’t charge you to work for them.
That last one is a big one, as you know if you’ve spent any time hanging around I’ve Tried That. Steve and I chant a mantra, “Don’t ever pay money to an employer. It’s supposed to work the other way around.” (Click here to read our Top 10 Tips for Avoiding Scams)
This is not an endorsement of KeyforCash, but at least we’re not immediately sure that it’s trying to rip you off, unlike most of the other crap we sign up for. If anyone has worked for them and can give us more info, speak up in the comments.