My Cash Freebies Review


Steps 1 & 2 – My Cash Freebies

The first task is to open an account with “Express My Cash Freebies” , The second is with  “Double My Cash Freebies” .

The way My Cash Freebies works is this, (follow the link) you are able to promote several different types of free offers to receive affiliate commissions as I have shown in the video.  Things like Disney Book Club, GameFly, Identity Guard, etc.  About 50% of the platform of IPN relies on these two affiliate programs as the main structure of their business model.


These programs, in an of themselves and for the most part, are legitimate marketing platforms, however, there are some complaints that surface as Instant Payday Network Complaints which should really be considered  complaints directed at the My Cash Freebies offers.  I’ll explain in a bit.

The premise of both My Cash Freebies accounts (Express and Double)  is to complete a certain number of trial offers that add up to referral credits,  some of these “free” trials require credit card information to get started.  When the trial period is complete, the member gets the referral credits.  Once a person completes their initial trials and receives their referral credits, they are eligible to promote and refer others to the system for commission payouts.

Express My Cash Freebies payout $20 per completed referral, Double My Cash Freebies pays out $30 per referral.

Step 3 – How do I make money with My Cash Freebies?

We’re NOT talking stacks of cash like this!

You’ll be able to send people over to My Cash Freebies, with the intent of getting them to sign up to the free trials.  As you get those referrals you actually collect your payments from MCF.  If you want to make some of the “big bucks” you’re going to have to refer a lot of traffic to the site with the hopes you have anywhere from 2-12% conversions from your landing page.  This is pretty much “lather, rinse and repeat”.

As with any internet marketing “system”, the big money comes in from referrals into the highest paying affiliate program (usually known as the “back end offer”).  EMCF and DMCF would make a good start to a relatively simple funnel that you could use as a one-off income stream.

A person will NOT make a full-time income out of My Cash Freebies referrals, but there is the potential to make a decent part-time income by doing so, IF you go all out and focus daily on getting people to the trial offers.

Complaints aren’t really My Cash Freebies Complaints

The complaints over the MCF sites aren’t really related to the system itself.  What usually happens is people fail to follow-up on their free trial offers or they encounter a bad free trial offer that will usually get banned from MCF after enough complaints surface.  The problems arise when some people forget about the trial and try to cancel the offers too late.  There have been a number of complaints about some of the offers not cancelling when requested or billing someone’s credit card too soon and then the customer has to fight tooth and nail to get their first month’s payment returned to them.

Based on my own personal experience with MCF, I would have to question the validity of these complaints.

When I signed up for both of the My Cash Freebies accounts, I ran into no such problem.  In fact, in a few hours time I was able to complete several offers, get my referral points and was granted access to the rest of the referral features.  I did have to wait out the trial offers and be sure to cancel my accounts before billings went through, but I was on top of the dates and logins to each account and everything went off without a hitch.

Conclusion:  Are the My Cash Freebies Websites a SCAM or LEGIT?

Regardless of the strategy involved, is it Legit?  That’s more a matter of individual choice than it is whether this program is a scam or not.  The system itself has the potential to earn an income, but in order to make any real money, one would have to really get out there and push some traffic to the two offers simultaneously.

So, if this type of money making opportunity is NOT for you, there are several other options available.  Check out the rest of this website and you’ll see what I mean.  I dive head-first into lots of ways a person can make money online. Some are free, some are not. So what have you got to lose?  Go see what I mean. As for the rest of the site, it’s always a work in progress!

This was just my take based on my experience and results from the My Cash Freebies websites.  If you do decide to join, be sure you choose good, easy to complete offers, avoid credit card charges by cancelling on time. Keep in mind there will be a cost involved on your end as well, treat it like a real income stream!

Until next time…
leland-bestP.S.  Feel free to leave me a comment below, I’d love to hear from you!
Be sure to come visit me on my LIVE Video website over @ BCBLIve!

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Leland Best - CEO of Best Conceptions LLC, has worn many hats over the past 35 years. He has trained and certified in Radio/TV/CATV Production, Automotive Design, Firefighting and Fire/Water Damage Restoration. Leland has been working with computers and the internet since their inceptions, and during his 25 year career as a Civil Designer his home-based business served several Fortune 500's. Leland and his wife Jenna call the Shiawassee River their home where he currently follows his passion as an author, live streamer, video producer and affiliate website builder under the brands BCBLive!™, and The Megabit Affiliate™.

10 thoughts on “My Cash Freebies Review”

  1. Hi,

    These are all interesting ways to make money online. The scammy ones are always funny to analyze once its been deemed a scam.

    I look at these programs in a different way when i know its a scam. They seem so transparent and obvious. But to newcomers looking to make money online they look great.

    I guess thats the scary part about them. They reallytake advantage of people.


    1. Thanks for the read Robert! I have to admit that they went the full mile to make this look like something it’s not. It has the potential to drum up a lot of leads and make money, but not the way I prefer to do business.

      And yes, it’s scary when you think about how many people get involved in things like this without having a clue what they’re getting into!

  2. From the start, anything that has the name including the word “instant” seems like it could be a scam and is preying on the folks that want to get rich quick.

    Building a business takes time no matter what business you decide to build. Online or brick and mortar.

    I really like and have experience with wealthy affiliate and would suggest it as well. If you don’t have your own product or service already, online is the least expensive way to start a business today. Again, it will take time and some money too.

    Great article and I completely agree: the IPN is questionable and seems like it’s more of a marketing funnel to sell their other product which is MLM. I’m not a fan of anything MLM because I feel it’s build to prey on friends and family more than actually selling to people who want your product or service. My 2 cents.

    1. Thanks for stopping in Daniel! After going through this program a couple of years ago and seeing how people were making money off of it (which they do), it was just obvious to me that it wasn’t really my cup of tea! There are both good and bad points about this program and as you noted, it’s mostly a funnel to the MLM that lies underneath. Not only that, but in the end, if you use the system the way it’s intended, you’d be paying to use it.

      Otherwise, it’s a pretty slick marketing strategy, but not one I would recommend. I simply report the facts and let the user decide if its for them or not.

  3. Thank you for your info and review on payday network. I tried it before but the hype and pressure of “all in” no thanks. I watched a video of a guy I signed with , him and two others where putting down people that did not go “all in” and making jokes at them like if they where losers. NUP! no thanks! That was it for me! And the freebies are a bunch of stuff that people don’t want. That Mindset! In business we all have to have a great deal of motivationals to keep going, But with their monthly cost of $100.00 a month?.They should be call it” Mind Wash” instead. Empower network is saturated all over the web. I wonder why You Tube do not slap them like Google would?

    1. Hi Lorren, EN has been “slapped” in more ways than one. I think you’d find their links aren’t allowed on Facebook any longer as well as several other places. They continue to try and “recreate” themselves, but all the while nothing really changes. It’s still the same ‘ol MLM, money sharing song and dance, and always will be.

  4. Hey Leland, great Instant Payday Network Review. I have actually had some experience dealing with My Cash Freebies through another program that claimed to be free.

    I can’t honestly say that system is free when some of the offers require you to spend money on them. So sticking with the personal opinion on whether or not its a scam I’ll have to say it is in my opinion.

    1. Thanks for the comment Diondre! There is no doubt that others have spring-boarded off of the MCF (My Cash Freebies) platform to produce other ways to scam people. I tried to stress the point that on the surface MCF and DMCF are legitimate money making platforms, though not necessarily the best choices. I prefer to bring people the nitty-gritty with fact based opinion. I managed to choose good offers, at no cost, to get the system up and running, but that takes a little patience and forethought.

      What I don’t like about IPN is the fact that “Step 4” is tied into Empower Network. I know the folks and the routine out there and it’s gorging people to post blogs and sell info-products for thousands. Not my game, and nothing but another MLM structure living off the payments of membership referrals.

      Can IPN make money? Sure it can, and it can be done completely free. Free capture pages, free system training, free list-building autoresponder. I’ve kept my account open (even though it’s not linked to Empower and I haven’t actively promoted it). I continue to watch people on the leader boards make thousands of dollars a month. As a 3rd or 4th income stream, it has potential to be real competitor, but it’s not for everybody.

  5. Over the past few years I’ve come across a few products or opportunities that this Jeff Buchanan has been involved with – none of them seem to end up with positive reviews!
    Thanks for covering his latest attempt to shove MLM systems down people’s throats – I hope this manages to put a few newbies off the idea of signing up

    1. Thanks Chris, I haven’t seen any of Jeff’s other programs yet, perhaps you could enlighten me and I’d be glad to do a few more reviews!

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