There are more link-posting scam names like @HomeCash than there have been in a long time. This is another one of those generic names used to try to bury complaints deep in the search engines.
We have the usual "seen on nonsense"
Since that work at home opportunities have nothing to do with the At Home Cash program, it might as well have said, @Home Cash has NOT been seen on:
MSNBC, abc, Fox News, USAToday, and CNN.
Of course, the folks running the @HomeCash program sure WANT you to think it is - here they claim that this program has received a lot of media attention:
The only media attention this program will be getting is a warning to stay far, far away from it.
Btw, you might want to note a couple things about the At Home Cash terms/disclaimer, etc. First is their note about the Do Not Call list:
Doubt that would hold up as it's not very conspicuously placed on the site.
Here's a "nice" 15% processing fee they plan to charge you should you decide to refund the program. One of the few ways I've seen where somebody makes money "processing" something...
This is my favorite part though - showing a secure payment site for "blank". That's probably the most honest part of the whole thing:
And in case you've forgotten which site you're on when checking out the athome.cash program - don't worry - they did, too:
That seems to be a remnant of the old Careers at Home University, Online Careers at Home, and Online Careers at Home University scam.
If you do figure out what site you're on, you might suddenly forget as you go to order: