Home Cash Sites Review (Real Deal or Scam?)

Hello and welcome to my review of Home Cash Sites.

Home Cash Sites is a new system that claims to help you make $500 per day online in just 30 minutes. And according to Greg Thomas, the man in the video, it works even if you're a complete beginner. All you need to do is activate the system and watch the money pour in.

Sounds a bit too good to be true, doesn't it?

That's because it is. Upon taking a closer look at this system, I found that it's not a legitimate system and in my opinion it's highly unlikely to make anyone, anywhere near $500 per day.

So I definitely won't be recommending this.

With that being said, let's take a closer look at what Home Cash Sites is all about, how it works, and the reasons why I don't believe it's worth joining, so you can decide for yourself.

Home Cash Sites Review – What's It All About?

Home Cash Sites isn't much different to many other systems I've reviewed over the years. The sales video is very convincing and tells you exactly what you want to hear. But when it comes to delivering on what it promises you, you quickly find out the hard way it's not the real deal.

In this case, a man named “Greg Thomas” claims that he has the secret to helping ordinary people make easy money online. To the tune of $500 per day.

And he says you don't need to do much work to make that money either. Just join the system, and in just 30 minutes each day you can begin collecting $100's on complete autopilot.

It all sounds very exciting, especially if you're in a situation where you need to make money quickly and you're running out of options. But it's not real. Unfortunately, these are just bold claims being made by yet another fake internet guru who wants to profit from you.

I see this kind of thing all the time.

And this one is no different. It's just “packaged” differently and the person who's supposedly running the show uses a different name.

Another trick they use to lure unsuspecting people in, is to repeatedly claim that “spots are limited” when in reality this is a complete lie. Home Cash Sites is not a physical product, it's a digital one, so anyone can join at any time. Even if it's 3am in the morning.

They certainly aren't limiting how many people pay them $47. To the contrary, they want as many people as possible to join because that's how they make their money.

They also upsell everyone who joins pretty much immediately.

So even though $47 isn't a big amount of money to risk for most people, by the time you've actually made your way to the members area you could be out $100's.

How Does Home Cash Sites Work?

The way Home Cash Sites works is not how Greg describes it in the video presentation. As in, it's not a push button money making system that floods your bank account with money.

I wish it were that simple, but that's just not how it works.

To be fair, even though he shrouds much of how the system works in mystery, he does describe some “steps” about how it works. Although even they are extremely vague and oversimplified.

Here are the three simple steps Greg says you need to make the system work:

  1. An internet connection
  2. 30 minutes per day
  3. Follow the instructions you were given

How does it really work?

How it really works is you hand over your money to whoever's running Home Cash Sites, and then get access to some basic training on making money online, which I personally doubt is actually helping anyone make real money at all.

But it doesn't stop there.

In order to get the “full” benefits of the system, you're encouraged to upgrade by purchasing higher and higher priced upsells. So it can end up being quite expensive.

This is why, in reality, these systems are setup to make the people behind them rich, at your expense. The whole thing is a clever sales pitch designed to make more and more money off of those who join, rather than actually educating you on how to create a real business.

Is Home Cash Sites a Scam?

Whether or not you call Home Cash Sites a scam really depends on your definition of a scam.

On one hand, you could argue that it's not a scam because you are getting access to some basic training on making money online, which you could potentially use to make some money.

On the other hand, I feel that the presentation is very misleading because there's no such thing as a money making system that does all the work for you. In order to make consistent money online you need to learn real skills and put real effort in. And even then it takes time.

So I personally believe it is a scam in the way it's promoted. Because it sets people up with the wrong idea of what to expect from the get go, and doesn't deliver on what it promises.

Bottom Line

Home Cash Sites is a system that claims to help you make $500 per day online, and all it takes is just 30 minutes. But that's not how it really works. For the most part, it's really just a system setup to benefit the people running it, who prey on people that don't know any better.

Instead of being transparent about what the system is really about, and then educating you on how to build a proper online business, they sell you the dream of getting rich quick without putting in much effort. Which sounds great, but it's not real.

And this is why I could never recommend a system like Home Cash Sites in good conscience. I just know that there are much better and more ethical programs out there.

Either way, what you decide to do is up to you.

I'm not affiliated with Home Cash Sites in any way, so my aim with this review was never to try to convince you to join, or not join, the service. My aim was just to share my opinion, which hopefully helps you make a more informed choice either way.