Nothing new here. The Online Cash Institute program is simply a new name for the dubious Online Cash program. You'll typically see the fake names Amanda Jones or Debbie Jones used to promote this course.
The warning I put up about "Online Cash" applies to the Online Cash Institute program as well. You can read that warning here:
You may also want to read through the Online Cash
Glorified Traffic Exchange
Yes we all could agree that we mere mortals need more traffic to our websites, opportunities and online businesses. And unfortunately many choose to pay for that traffic as this is there only option. For those who cannot afford to buy traffic to their website, opportunity or business. Traffic exchanges seem to be the only solution.
A Ridiculous Practice
But take it from someone who knows and
I thought the Melissa Johnson Advancing Income program was dead and gone. Apparently I'm wrong.
You can read my warning about this dubious work from home program here:
I also just got the following comment on another part of the site:
"Melissa Johnson now lives in Hayes, UK! Thanks for creating this website and I just about to fill in that short form on the scam website advancing
The Mary Stevens Online Income program promoted by fake news sites has thrown in a few new twists. Here are a few of them...
When you click through the Mary Stevens Online Income link, you are actually taken to a page about the Debbie Jones Online Cash program. I have a warning about that program here:
Some of the fake news sites also reference the dubious Online Income work from home program
I've been keeping up with the Online Cash work from home reviews. Of course many of the reviews of the Online Cash system are fake. If you want to see what I mean, you can take a look at my warning about this scam here:
Online Cash work from home reviews - can you trust them?
You'll see there are all kinds of problems with this so-called work at home programs. Also, you'll see why you should steer clear from many of the sites offering Online Cash work