I love coming across a sales page and seeing their ridiculous potential earning claims and then comparing it to the cost of the program. In the case of 4Steps2Heaven and the Cash123System, they make the claim that you can earn $4,000 per week, which comes out to $208,000 per year. The investment into the program is only $12. Given the $4,000/week number, you should be able to earn the money you spent on the program back in less than 20 minutes and you’ll then live the rest of the year expense free rolling around in enormous piles of money.
Is 4Steps2Heaven or the Cash123System a Scam?
Well, let me preface by saying that these two programs are the exact same system. However, 4Steps2Heaven is targeted at our UK friends and the Cash123System is targeted to the US. The presell pages are exactly the same and they both, very clearly, outline what the do not do.
This system does NOT involve any of the following:
* No building websites
* No selling products – in any way shape or form
* No advertising
* No data entry
* No Adsense
* No mailing lists
* No rebate processing
* No recruiting new members – this is not MLM
* No uplines or downlines
* No chain letters
* No surveys or “paid to read” programs
Uh, so you pretty much won’t be doing anything? Interesting how the owner of the site goes to lengths to explain what you WON’T be doing, but never takes the time to say what you WILL be doing. Look, I’ve been dealing with ways to make money online for years now, and there isn’t a single program or method that I’ve come across that doesn’t fall into one of the categories listed above. It took a bit of digging, but I finally found out the method behind the Cash123System and 4Step2Heaven.
Cash123System explains how investment rather than saving can lead to great wealth then refers you to fraudulent brokers who keep your original investment and the profits that they pretend to generate. Their hyperlinks lead to the following fraudulent sites among others: http://www.forexyard.com/, http://trade-investment.net/ and http://max-invest.net/. Beware of Cash123System if you follow their advice your money is GONE.
If you think I’m about to send off my savings account to a few random dudes online who promise to return it later with even more money, you’re out of your mind.
Get a Refund from 4Steps2Heaven or Cash123System
The owner behind these systems has gone through great lengths to hide his or her contact information. I did find a contact page at http://cash123system.com/contact.aspx and here are three possible email address to try to get your refund: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Steer clear of these two programs unless you enjoy giving away a lot of money to complete strangers.