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is Automated Wealth Network a Scam? — 12 Comments

  1. There are so many scams out there that it’s just ridiculous. Sadly it makes the good communities look like scams as well… I agree with you, when your are being told it’s a free program but require to type your credit card information to use any feature or tools, it’s a good indicator to see what the owner’s is after: your money. Without any warranty to achieve your financial goals it’s just not right. Thanks for this review

    • Hi Carolyn,
      That’s true. Nobody wants to risk their credit card without understanding the real process of making money online. Some gurus said it is free, but why the heck they need our credit card information. A bad sign for those who don’t understand the potential scam. I would never advice someone to try something for free but require their credit card. That’s just not right!

  2. hi Edy
    I can certainly appreciate your advice. I almost got caught into one of those scams (because that is what they are….). I gave my credit card number for an intro package to be sent to me. Once I got it and realized it was crap (vague,no details, tons of pictures I do not know), I called to cancel. Actually had to change my credit card number to make sure they would not use it again. So it was a hassle! We really have to be careful with promises of online money. People do your research first!

    • Hi Emily,
      I’m glad that you haven’t get charged by a random company. You need to be extra careful. Sometime, we buy into a hype and believe it’s true, but the reality it’s not. AWN doesn’t state the whole picture clearly. And with association with MyCash Freebies, things got even worse than ever!

  3. Thanks for the review of Automated Wealth Network. I’ll be sure to avoid their program. Whenever anyone claims that they can automate the process of making money, it’s time to run. There’s no such thing as easy money. It takes time, effort, and creativity to be successful. There are no shortcuts. I checked out your recommended review for Wealthy Affiliate. This sounds like a better idea, since Wealthy Affiliate is offering training, not some automated system.

    • Yup, that’s right Peter!
      A true online business require hard work and patient. If someone says otherwise, it is a complete SCAM.
      I personally had fallen to many fake program out there that promise easy money with automated system. The reality is I made $0 and spend over $100.
      Since then, I promise to be realistic on making money online, then I start to see results. Thanks to Wealthy Affiliate, I have made huge progression toward my financial success.

  4. Thanks for the info Edy! I was actually about to test it out, today. I am so glad that I decided to do a search on it, finding this page. I know that there have got to be ways to be able to make money, no, not on auto pilot, but for someone with no experience in this, and that has 3 kids to feed leaving nothing to gamble on. Does something like that really exist? Every which way you go, you get scammed, and I just have no clue where to look for real opportunities, well, affordable real opportunities.

    • Hi Miranda.

      This opportunity cannot be good as you learn little things about real Internet Marketing skills. The company might come and go easily, thus everything you have put into it would disappear overnight. It’s best to avoid Automated Wealthy Network in my opinion. But you can give it a try if you want.

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