Hey! Welcome to IM Crackdown. Busting scams. Exposing get-rich-quick shenanigans. There is only one purpose for this website: giving brutally honest reviews and save people their hard-earned money from “internet money” scams! Whoa…you’d be surprised at how many there are floating out there, and many people continuously fall for them. Don’t be that sucker who does! If you did…don’t worry…we’ll help you out!

There aren’t too many programs or companies out there that show you or give you an actual opportunity to make money from home. No. Friends. They are mostly scams. They are pitches and sales videos aimed at taking your money and leaving you. Hump and dump as some might say. If you just take a step back and look at what’s going on, you will see it’s all just a big setup!

IM Crackdown’s purpose is to tell you not to join these things. One of the focuses of this site is to reveal what is actually happening when you visit a simple data entry, link-posting, or get-rich-quick website opportunity. We want to protect you and provide exposing reviews so you don’t have to spend any of your money and try things out, only to be disappointed.

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If you have a scam to report, you can submit it here and someone will write an honest review on it.

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We may collect personal identification information from Users in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, when Users visit our site, register on the site, subscribe to the newsletter, respond to a survey, fill out a form, and in connection with other activities, services, features or resources we make available on our Site. Users may be asked for, as appropriate, name, email address, mailing address, phone number. Users may, however, visit our Site anonymously. We will collect personal identification information from Users only if they voluntarily submit such information to us. Users can always refuse to supply personally identification information, except that it may prevent them from engaging in certain Site related activities.

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IM Crackdown has the discretion to update this privacy policy at any time. When we do, we will revise the updated date at the bottom of this page. We encourage Users to frequently check this page for any changes to stay informed about how we are helping to protect the personal information we collect. You acknowledge and agree that it is your responsibility to review this privacy policy periodically and become aware of modifications.

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Mish Coin Review: A New Alternative To Bitcoin Or Another Cryptocurrency Scam?

Posted by amber on Apr 3, 2016

I’m pretty sure by now we’ve all heard about Bitcoins and how it has been used to complete various online transactions in the past but even so, more and more altcoins are still sprouting somewhere on the internet on a regular basis and one of the recent ones is called Mish Coin. WHAT’S CRYPTOCURRENCY? First things first. Buying coffee, getting that new pair of jeans, purchasing the latest gizmos and gadgets; the one we’re used to using in our day-to-day transactions is under the centralized banking system. With today’s technology where ANYTHING is virtually possible, cryptocurrencies have become a convenient medium of exchange. Contrary to the old school money, this makes use of decentralized control. It’s a subset of digital money and Bitcoin is the first one (and possibly the most popular) made in 2009. Because it’s decentralized, governments have NO control over them. Although it’s secured because of cryptography, it can still be used for not-so-legal activities thanks to its anonymous nature and the fact that it cannot be manipulated or even verified by any governing body. The exchange rate can easily and swiftly fluctuate because prices are based on the supply and demand. WHAT ABOUT MISH COIN? As I have mentioned, it’s fairly new and as of this writing, their website is down for some reason. If I have invested a few thousand dollars in them, I’d probably be peeing in my pants right now. And that ladies and gentlemen, is something you should take note of when planning on jumping on the cryptocurrency craze bandwagon. IT’S HIGHLY RISKY. Anyway, Mish Coin is still at Stage 1...

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World Ventures Review- Scam or Legit Travel Club?

Posted by Jimmy Edkins on Apr 1, 2016

Traveling is great, visiting new cities, getting lost and finding my way has always been half the fun. Cheap unlimited 4g data sim cards, travel apps and google maps have made international travel so easy. So when a friend who travels just as often as do I, tells me I could “travel more for less with Worldventures”, of course I was interested. Hence I started digging into Worldventures (WV). The word “travel” is large umbrella for many different types of travel including tourist packages, hotel+flight packages, DIY hotel + flight, back packing, road trips etc. When a WV recruiter asks if you’re interested in travelling, of course the obvious answer is “yes”. Travelling is a constant part of our lives. WV is a Multilevel Marketing/Pyramid selling organization that offers “membership access” to a private porthole of ROVIA’s website (booking flights, hotels and dream trips tour packages). ROVIA’s main platform is readily available to the public and works just like booking.com etc. Some people say WV doesn’t offer a tangible product or service, but this is debatable. At face value WV only offers nothing more than a membership, but this membership allows users to book bottom dollar dream trip packages which are exclusive to members,US$69 cruise really do exist. Many people are afraid of MLM organisations and think everyone will get brainwashed becoming annoying sales zombies. Unfortunately, many people do get sucked into MLM whirlpools when they lose perspective (this is why MLMs are so controversial). However, if a product has value why not understand it and know how to maximise it. At first glance, there are lots of negative...

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Google Sniper 3.0 Review: An Updated Scam?

Posted by amber on Apr 1, 2016

Google Sniper 3.0 is a not-so upgraded version of the one they launched more than five years ago. It’s basically like paying a few extra dollars so you can add coleslaw and egg to your burger. Does it taste good? Yes. Is it worth the price? I highly doubt that. So for the record, you need to understand that this product is not newbie friendly. It’s valuable to experienced internet marketers but for those who can’t tell MLM from affiliate marketing, then I’m telling you upfront that this might not be for you. DO YOU WANT FRIES WITH THAT? Upsells are pretty common in almost any product but even more so in shady programs like this. The course has a one-time fee of $47. Should you decide to include the ‘Sniper X’, be careful because there’s a tiny, barely decipherable print below that there will be a monthly bill until you cancel. The Google Sniper Elite Package costs $197 and the Copy Me Case Study is at $97. Yes my friends, it just went from less than fifty bucks to more than a hundred in a matter of seconds. WHAT’S INSIDE? The member’s area contains the core module training, Sniper X training, and the Bulletproof Module. I wish I could say that something’s new here but unfortunately, majority of the ‘lessons’ have been recycled from the 2.0 version. The logo and layout are probably the only NEW ones. Anyway, the videos are mediocre at best. Besides, some of the videos seem to be PLR products. I don’t know who Paul is but he’s the one talking about certain strategies....

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Automated Wealth Network Review: Legit Money-Making Opportunity Or Scam?

Posted by amber on Mar 30, 2016

‘Automated’ and ‘Wealth’ should never be in the same sentence let alone used as a company name but it is what it is – the Automated Wealth Network. Okay, before we dig deeper into what this is all about, something caught my eye on their website’s home page which is one of the things they boast about. Check it out: I get it, they’re trying to sell this stuff really hard but it doesn’t take a scientist to understand that such shortcuts will inevitably lead to longer and more inconvenient delays. What am I talking about? Building your own successful online business takes time. There’s nothing out there that can turn you into an overnight millionaire – unless you hit the lotto jackpot or you suddenly found yourself the heir of a great great uncle’s estate. WHAT IS AWN? According to the owners Tim Chesonis and Mike Cocan, they figured out a way of creating a “predictable systematic approach to earning an online income.” Their lessons are free. Yeah, right. Sign me up for a free burger at McDonald’s too. If there’s anything you should be wary of, it’s that free stuffs aren’t always good and good stuffs aren’t for free. So anyway, AWN is all about incentive marketing. Once you’ve signed up and given them your name and email to get your ‘free lesson’, you will be directed to another longer video of Tim explaining what this big secret is. No, it’s not MLM, networking or even affiliate marketing. You don’t need to ‘bug your family and friends’. Alright then, I’m all ears. Big companies pay marketing agencies...

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Kyani Review: The Real Deal Or Another Scam?

Posted by amber on Mar 28, 2016

Multilevel marketing companies like Kyani have appealed to masses mainly because their compensation plans are designed in a way to make you think you’ll be reaping huge piles of cash. They often have mediocre products which are there to avoid being tagged as another pyramid scheme. Yet, nobody joins because of overpriced coffee, slimming drinks or even vitamins. People join because recruiting others will give them plenty of commission. I won’t be speaking against it, for the most part, if I’ve never tried it myself. After joining a couple of MLMs in the past, I can say with absolute conviction that more often than not, it doesn’t work. But hey, I know some friends who make a decent living from it, but not everyone’s cut out for it. Selling the products is one thing but recruiting is a whole different story. Some have the knack for it which makes it easy for them to bring in friends but others just don’t have enough luck. WHAT IS KYANI? Founded more than 10 years ago, Kyani is a company that focuses on incorporating superfoods like Alaskan Blueberries into their drinks and supplements to increase wellness and good health. THE ‘MIRACULOUS’ PRODUCTS I did mention mediocre products earlier but Kyani decided to create hype with theirs. They claim their supplements contain ingredients which are vital in treating basically anything – from cancer to diabetes. From what I could gather (with all their medical mumbo jumbo), they just became the answer to most of the world’s health problems. Lol, just kidding. Anyway, in typical MLM fashion, you’ll likely end up spending more than...

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My Survey Review: Money-Making Portal or Scam?

Posted by amber on Mar 26, 2016

Finding legit paid survey sites is like looking for a needle in a haystack (almost impossible what with all the scammers just waiting to pounce on you) – fortunately for us, My Survey is that needle and we found it. Thanks to the endless scams flooding the internet, I am always laced with doubt and suspicion when checking out new companies. But My Survey is not a newbie. It was established so long ago – think mail and old-school telephone – and they simply brought their services at par with today’s technology. So instead of receiving snail mail and sending it back, they jumped on the bandwagon and used the fastest and most efficient means to distribute and collect the questionnaires – online. WHAT MAKES IT DIFFERENT? First and most important thing of all – it’s legit. There’s no question about it. But more than that, joining is for free. Now we may recall several similar survey portals or sites which ask for membership fees. That didn’t make any sense because they get their income from the big companies conducting the market research. With My Survey, they won’t be collecting any money from you. And in case you’re wondering, there have been very few complaints regarding non-payment. In short, members receive what’s due to them. In addition, here are some of the pros and cons you may want to check out: PROS In other sites, you need to answer a pre-survey to determine if you are qualified to proceed to the actual survey. It can be frustrating because the pre-survey can take up to 15 minutes only for you...

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