It was only a matter of time before the scammers behind the Google Cash programs decided to branch out. This time, they are targeting Twitter. Whatever your views on Twitter, there is no denying it’s immense popularity. It comes as no surprise that there are scams bearing the Twitter name. Frankly, I’m surprised it’s taken this long for them to start popping up.
Prosper Twitter Cash and Twitter Cash Kit
There isn’t much information on the sales page of Prosper Twitter Cash at twittercashkit.com. The most obvious text is the one that reads, if you have a home computer and know how to send emails, you can make over $7,500 per month. This may be the laziest sales page I’ve seen in quite some time. There are a few stock photography shots of smiling people and wads of cash, but not much else. Are they even trying anymore?
The main point of this page is to gather your personal information.Enter your personal details and you’ll be taken to a page requesting your credit card information. Lucky for you, Your Prosper Twitter Cash Start-up Kit is free and you only have to pay the $3.88 price for shipping and handling. Long time I’ve Tried That readers know there is no such thing as free when your credit card numbers are involved and Prosper Twitter Cash is no different. Buried in the terms and conditions are the following lines:
By completing the subscription registration, you authorize Prosper University to charge the $49.95 per month subscription fee to your designated billing payment method. Monthly subscribers are billed on a 30-day cycle, which begins upon registration (or at the end of a limited free trial period, if applicable to a promotion that you joined through) and ends 30 days thereafter.
There is no mention as to what the Prosper University is other than a means to take money from you each month. When it comes to sites like these, I refuse to divulge my credit card information in order to do a review of the actual program. I’m sure you can understand as to why.
Get a Refund from TwitterCashKit.com
Be sure to cancel your monthly membership while you’re on the phone. If not, they’ll continue to pull $50 from your credit card until you do cancel.
Make Money with Twitter
There is no denying that Twitter is quickly becoming the next big thing and there are always ways to make money with something this popular. There are a few programs out there that are preaching ways to make money with Twitter and I do intend to try at least one of them out. I’ll do my research tonight to find a program, and give you more details about it on Wednesday. Until then, avoid sites with hidden fees and stay tuned.