Wow. It's hard to believe that the Daniel Young Push Button Cash Site is still around.
You can read this Push Button Cash Site review of sales process.
You'll also find a great deal of complaints about it. I you are wondering if it's a scam or legit, I strongly recommend you research it carefully.
This has been going on a long time now. I put out a warning about the Work At Home Institute scam - a.k.a. Work At Home Institute back on August 3, 2013.
You can read that warning here:
You'll also be able to see several work home institute complaints there so that you can save yourself the headaches and grief that others have already been through with this program.
I just posted information about the OHC University scam - also known as Online Home Careers University and formerly known as Online Home Careers.
Are you confused yet?
If you want to find out the truth about OHC University, take a look at my recent OHC University reviews post here.
You'll not only learn about this program, but you'll learn how to tell if other programs are scams or not.
The site Online Cash Commissions is using the name Sandra Miller to promote their work at home scam. It has the typical "link posting projection table" and all of the other common red flags that come with these coaching program lead generation sites.
It's also using the same testimonials used by a program shut down by the FTC. You can see that here. I'm pretty sure you can't trust a site using testimonials that are included in an FTC complaint. ...not to mention the
Cindy Carter's Online Profit Stream is using the same address as the old Karen James Home Income Kit which I have a warning about here.
It's also using testimonial pictures that were at one point used on a site called Paid To Place. I have a warning about Paid to Place here:
Paid To Place review of red flags.
You may want to check out the Home Business Scams Red Flags Priority Check List here.