Name: Oris Cash System
Owner: Contact Privacy Inc. (No actual person is ever mentioned)
Overall Rating: 2/100
You won’t find may positive reviews about the Oris Cash System mainly because, well it is a scam. Usually you’ll find less negative reviews, because of everyone trying to sell you a scam, but this one is a little different.
Remember that time you were checking out Facebook and an ad for a uber, super cute dress popped up? Even though your wallet said no you still clicked the link, didn’t you?
Or that flashing annoying pop-up that practically give your epilepsy because it’s flashing so much…
Then, after you’ve exited out, a few minutes later, there is again and your mouse is drawn to it, like a cat to something shiny…
One thing you probably don’t realize is that, for the person that’s paying to run the flashing attraction of doom, your accidental clicks are (1) costing them money and (2) driving traffic to their affiliate link.
Yes, that is what they are called: affiliate links.
What is an Affiliate Link?
A unique link provided to affiliates to promote an online service that is then used to credit sale commissions to the affiliate. A typical link starts off with the original domain then ends with the affiliate id number. (source: https://help.aweber.com/hc/en-us/articles/204029496-Affiliate-Link-Definition-)
Usually, affiliate marketers will use their affiliate link to send traffic to the product they are helping market. When someone purchases due to an affiliate’s marketing efforts, they affiliate makes a commission off the sale.
This is one of many legitimate ways people make money from home.
Unfortunately for the affiliates at Oris Cash System, their affiliate opportunity is fraudulent and illegal.
The pointless fight for the Oris Cash System – What are the claims?
Indeed just like that cat chasing something shiny, you too will soon find that your endeavors are both pointless and a waste of valuable time.
Yes, that little red dot is just sitting there on the floor waiting to be pounced on, but the second you get your paws on it, you know good and well it’s just going to disappear like a mouse through a hole in the wall.
So what is it claiming to do, exactly?
Well, there is the attraction. The site claims that for just $12 you too can make up to $4,000 in just 7 days! And how, you might ask, would one do that? Well, that’s the good news! There is absolutely no risk!
There is nothing to download, no websites to build, no ads you have to design, no data entry, no email list, no chain letter, just good old fashion work!
And work from home at that!
Just a once time payment of $12 and no monthly fees gets you straight into the members area where you will such wonders as…
…as a matter of fact, what ARE you supposed to do here? They claim there is no site building or ad posting, but there seems to be absolutely no details on what it is you are actually supposed to be doing to make money.
There are all sorts of “trusted” links on the site, but any two bit teen hacker with minimal skill can whip up a graphic for that in a matter of minutes.
And as far as the “official seals of approval” from trusted sites such as McAfee, these are simply .jps images simply pulled from another site entirely.
So what does it all mean? Even assuming there is a reasonable explanation for this (which I would gladly pay my $12 to just to hear) if I’m not getting paid for each time someone happens to click my banner or buy my product or any other number of online money making “opportunities” then how is it I am generating an income? What exactly is my $12 buying?
Oh, sure, I’m seeing snap shots of bank accounts and testimonials of various people next photos of happy successful people, but testimonies and stock photos are easy to fake and bank accounts are just numbers on paper. Unless I see the source, I’m leery of the sudden change in finances.
Besides, this is a screen shot, not an actual bank account, and in most cases, this is the owner’s account with money made from affiliates promoting their scam.
What About the 60 Day Cash Back Guarantee?
Why don’t we just call or email an owner and ask up front? Well, that’s just the thing. The site seems to have no contact for an owner or really any sort of helpdesk what so ever. There is a 60 day cash back guarantee, but from whom?
The site itself has been listed as having malware AND officially reported as being untrustworthy, AND has been given an extremely low rating of reliability by several other sites.
And that’s not even taking into account the site originates from an unknown source which itself has been flagged for to be a high risk. You put all of these facts together and you have got yourself a serious case of what I like to refer as the “not todays”.
Best case scenario, you lose $12.
Worst case, you can pretty much say goodbye to your entire bank account. Without any way to trace the site or it’s owner, there is no way to guarantee anything this site says at all is legit.
And what little does say is extremely sketchy, at best. There are absolutely no details as to what you WILL be doing, only what you will NOT be, and that doesn’t really tell me just a lot.
You could literally be selling solid gold plated cat toys for $100 and you would have no idea until you sign up.
Just Walk Away From the Mystery “Process” of the Oris Cash System!
It’s best to avoid the situation. If you can’t follow a paper trail back to where it comes from, don’t follow the trail to where it could lead.
Sure, it COULD lead to a city of gold…but, it’s more likely to lead you straight into the gaping mouth of a very hungry dragon (also known as an “online predator”).
So, the next time you see one of those flashy annoying pop ups, it’s really best if you just avoid it all cost. Because after all the early bird may have got the worm, but the second mouse missed the cat.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this review of the Oris Cash System. If you have any experience with this scam, I would like to hear your thoughts, so please leave them in the comments section below.