Online Cash Institute Work From Home Scam

The Online Cash Institute work from home program has been generating a huge number of complaints. That doesn't surprise me since I put out a warning about the program a while back.

When I put out the first warning, Online Cash Institute was called Online Cash Commissions and using the fake name Sandra Miller. Since then it's used the fake names Debbie Jones and Amanda Jones to promote it. Not only that, but it's gone under several different names, including Online Cash and now the Online Cash Institute.

I suggest you stay far away from this program. You can read my original warnings to see why:

Online Cash Commissions review of red flags

Online Cash research

I also started a forum blog post about the Online Cash Institute here. If you take a look at that post and some of the other scams covered on the RealScam forum you'll get a good idea of what's going on with these types of work at home scams.

I've also seen a huge number of complaints associated with this program, such as the following:

"I can not get my money back, even with a 60 days warranty if i did not want it to participate and they have all the tricks so you can’t talk again with any of them"

- from Online Cash Institute customer complaints a

"I was scmmed by this outfit. But they screwed up. The charge (62.95) never hit my bank."

You can see the full complaint at Ripoff Report here (worth a read).

"Advertised as a work at home business by ** ** under the online cash commission System for 1 time fee of $77. 3 different amts removed. - See more at:"

You can see more of that complaint at the BBB here:

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