Everyone wants to be rich. And there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, money makes the world go around. Or so they say. But there are good ways and bad ways to make money, and in this Cashimprove scam review, we’ll introduce you to a company who have very much chosen the bad way to get rich.
Introducing the wolf of money
Say hello to Marc. No second name, just Marc. He’s the happy guy in the presentation video our Cashimprove Scam Review team found when they visited the CI website. Marc doesn’t waste any time. He comes straight out and tells us why he’s happy:
“…I live now in an amazing apartment at the top floor after having done some great money with Cashimprove.” Marc says.
He doesn’t say where his ‘amazing apartment’ is. Marc doesn’t mention any city or country, just that he’s ‘on the top floor.’ Which could be anywhere. If there’s one thing our Cashimprove scam review team doesn’t like it is ambiguity. And that’s exactly what Marc is dishing out right from the bat. But there’s more. “Cash improve is something amazing and it’s easy as well,” he continues, “…this online system is the best I’ve seen. It requires a genius to create something like this.”
And then, in what our Cashimprove scam reviewers could only assume is in the interest of full disclosure, the smiling Marc goes on to explain that after paying a low deposit and waiting five months he made $97,864.
Finally, Marc adds, “I feel like the wolf of money.” And then he grins in a way that closely resembles the hungry snarl of a carnivorous beast.
Cashimprove scam review’s first red flags
Have you ever heard of Reverse Image Software? It’s a software that captures an image and searches for that same image on the world wide web. It is just one of the advanced software tools we used in our Cashimprove scam review. After freezing the video and cropping Marc’s face into a workable image format, we put the software to work.
The results came back pretty quick. As our Cashimprove scam review team suspected, the guy in the video is an actor. No surprise there. A lot of out of work actors are paid to appear in scam videos. But we’re not judging. Actors have to eat, right? So the first, and rather obvious, red flag is entered into our Cashimprove Scam Review spreadsheet.
Red flag number two isn’t far behind. All we did was check those figures Marc was throwing around with such gay abandon: $97,864. In five months? Yet again we are simply dumbfounded at the sheer exaggeration of the claim. And when the video cuts to another smiling actor who tells us that, “Many people who have been using Cashimprove have made hundreds and thousands of dollars per month, every month. We are happy to announce that Cashimprove has turned 827 new people into millionaires who are now living a luxury lifestyle.”
At this point, our Cashimprove scam review team couldn’t decide if it was a joke or not. But a quick glance at the banner headline on the homepage of the company website promising a return of investment of 275USD/hour sealed the deal. Claims such as these are of course, ridiculous. Our Cashimprove scam review just found itself another couple of red flags.
Cashimprove Scam Review owns the cliche’
Cliche’ or not, the old saying which warns us to be aware of the wolf in sheep’s clothing certainly rings true in this case. And it baffled our Cashimprove scam review team that a company would be bold enough, or naive enough, to actually use that analogy to promote their product. This just goes to show the absolute devil-may-care attitude these guys have towards their potential customers.
For example, just take a moment to appreciate the overall ‘look’ of the website. The Cashimprove Scam Reviewers involved in this project are all veteran scam hunters. They have seen a lot of crooked websites. But this has to be one of the best. It is sleek and professional, with easy to navigate pages. The entire ‘tone’ is one of the refined understatement. But our Cashimprove scam review team refuse to be fooled by the ‘quality exterior’ these guys want us to see. It’s all about the detail, right? And they just earned red flag number 3.
Cashimprove Scam Review Conclusion
Despite trying hard to remain unbiased and give this company the benefit of the doubt, our Cashimprove Scam review team found itself with no choice. The numerous red flags regarding overblown profit claims, the use of paid actors as substitutes for actual, real-life members of the organisation and the sheer ‘tricky and unreliable’ feel to the website left us no alternative but to label Cashimprove a scam on the highest level.
It is obvious that the people behind Cashimprove have invested a lot of money into producing a money trap of the most elegant kind and implore anyone thinking about entering into a venture with this company to think really hard. Maybe you should read our Cashimprove scam review a couple of times before you decide. And if we can’t persuade you not to waste your money on Cashimprove, then take a look at this one last detail we found in their small print:
WE DO NOT PURPORT THIS AS A “GET RICH SCHEME.” YOUR LEVEL OF SUCCESS IN ATTAINING THE RESULTS CLAIMED IN OUR MATERIALS DEPENDS ON THE TIME YOU DEVOTE TO THE PROGRAM, IDEAS AND TECHNIQUES MENTIONED, YOUR FINANCES, KNOWLEDGE AND VARIOUS SKILLS.
These are not the words of our Cashimprove scam review, these are the words of the company itself. And we didn’t put the words into caps either–they did. Seems strange, doesn’t it? To emblazon such a direct warning in CAPS and then hide it away in the dark depths of a disclaimer page? So, it’s up to you. If you choose not to heed the warnings of our Cashimprove scam review, then perhaps you might take note of a warning by the company itself? It’s your money, people. You decide.
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- Rated 1 stars
- Really Bad
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