Hey guys. How are you? Look what I found. The self-proclaimed “only webpage on the entire Internet that can have you earning over $150,000 CASH this year.” Yes, I copied and pasted that directly from their website, but hooray! We’re all going to be rich!
The Underground Cash Secret Review
Michael Vincent greets us immediately on his presell page. Following his introduction are a few words of reassurance that yes, the thumbnail named guy.jpg which was stolen from a stock photography website is indeed him. The lies begin only a few lines in. I have a feeling this one is going to get ugly.
Michael begins his story. He was this poor guy driving around in a miserable Chervrolet as Ferraris and Rolls Royces driven by retired 30 year old dudes whipped about around him. Surely he was doing something wrong. He was driving an American car for crying out loud! Poor, poor Michael Vincent. He eventually started a conversation with one of these Ferrari enthusiasts and he found out that the secret to making money was to all online! Of course!
Michael was now determined to become a millionaire. He didn’t need any guidance. He wanted to become a millionaire and that’s apparently all you need to achieve this goal. As luck would have it, Michael Vincent found himself at the home of one of the Ferrari drivers a few days after beginning his quest. Even luckier, the Ferrari driver wanted to give Michael every single “secret” he had regarding making money online! For free! How could one person become so lucky!? Two days ago, he was just a regular guy and now he was hanging out with millionaires who couldn’t wait to give him money.
Alright, even I can’t put up with this crap anymore. I’m not even a quarter of a way down the presell page and I want to gouge my eyes out. Really, Michael? You happened to meet a millionaire who couldn’t wait to give you the secret to his success? This has to be the most unoriginal presell page I’ve read yet. What happened to the creative online scams? These guys aren’t even trying anymore.
So, I finished skimming through the presell page trying to find out if Michael Vincent would reveal what the method was behind the Underground Cash Secret, but he declined to give out any real information. At one point, he kind of alludes to affiliate marketing, but doesn’t make it clear. Instead, he shows off doctored screenshots of Clickbank accounts and bank statements “proving” that he makes thousands of dollars per day. YAWN.
So, what is the Underground Cash Secret?
It isn’t much, that’s for sure. Here are a few quotes from actual customer who spent money on the program:
In a moment of weakness, I bought this. Largely due to the recommendation of a heavy hitter marketer who usually promotes good products. This is just rehashed and tired old ebooks that you see everywhere. Even one of the bonuses is linked to another of these dubious sites. Yep, I’ve asked for a refund.
All I can say is don’t do it!!! I purchased this AND I had to purchase through midphase, another $166 and also got a pro pack. Than I did the most stupid thing. I purcahse a coach. Everytime I called my so called coach, I always got someone different and I had to explain my situation to them. I didn’t get the answer and had to wait two hours before I get a call back to here A BUNCH OF HYPE. I never received a dime from this program. I cancelled and got my money back except from the coaching part. They give no refund and they call and harrass you about your remainder balance from what you owe them.
Yep. Signed up myself. Never provided any way to download anything. No responses from emails. Phone calls to number on the credit card resulted in promises of refunds which never happened so I filed disputes with credit card companies. Apparently PayPal has kicked them out ‘cuz they now use Secure Pay which doesn’t seem to have the same refund policy. The “coaching” guy called me & said I needed to spend money (on his services) to make money but I refused. He would not help with the refund – said it was not his job.
There are tons of similar complaints. I just don’t have the time or space to list them all.
The Bottom Line
Stay away from The Underground Cash Secret. The only secret not being told is that you will be spending $50 to give away your personal information so you can get harassed to spend thousands of dollars on some sort of training. If you’re looking to give away that kind of money, I know one poor I’ve Tried That writer who would love a few handouts.