Tuesday, June 2, 2009

eCurrency Arbitrage Scam Report?!?

I answered a few questions in my last post but there are a few things I have not addressed before that I'll quickly take care of today. You see, I don't post all the comments for several reasons:
  • Profane Language - I don't use it so I won't allow it on my blog. I cannot edit the comments so even if you make a great point, if you swear in the post, I have to delete it.

  • Off Topic - It seems that some people are looking for any avenue to spread their comments on all types of topics. If you have a great way to make money, then please post but keep the politics and religion, etc. to a different blog.

  • Not Factual or Close To Factual - This is probably the #1 issue.

The last one is the one I get the most posts on and almost always for the same 3 reasons. So let me address the most common items so I can hopefully stop getting these same questions.

  1. Is ecurrency arbitrage a scam? - Why anyone asks me this is beyond me. If you were to simply read the posts that I already have available, you would know exactly what I think. Is eCurrency Arbitrage a scam ....NO. Is ecurrency arbitrage a lottery ticket ...NO, you will need to participate to earn money. eCurrency Arbitrage is not a fad, a lottery ticket, a get rich quick scheme, etc. eCurrency arbitrage works, but you need to 'work it'.

  2. Their Phone Number is Disconnected - This one always amazes me. I think someone posted this somewhere and now everyone believes it ...I don't really know. But instead of posting on my blog, just go try the number yourself! The ecurrency arbitrage phone number is listed right on their sales page - CALL IT yourself and see if it works (it does).

    Frankly, if you're too lazy or not smart enough to dial the number, you should stick to watching Seinfeld reruns and not try running a real business like ecurrency arbitrage or any other business.

  3. There's No Support - Well, let me see. I've used their ticket system and always received my answers in 1 day or less. I've called their private support line (Members only number) and spoken with tech support people & I jump on the Wednesday calls and listen in or speak to Paul Jenkins directly.

    To have this much support without paying a monthly fee is pretty impressive in my book!

So please folks ... stick to the topic and stop burning my time by passing rumors on to me. These facts are all easily checked on your own so take just 5 minutes out of your busy day and check them for yourself. I know this might sound a bit harsh but lets focus on the mission .. making money, having your own business, questions about how things actually work, etc



P.S. If you think I sound a little crabby in this post ...you should have read it before I cleaned it up. I wrote the original after the neighbors dog was outside barking all night ...LOL.


  1. Hiya I came across the e-c arbitrage site a couple of days ago and your blog today, after reading i am pleasantly suprised that this really works! just one question, how much time do you invest daily online actually "working" this business? (and v-well done for reaching the $100 avrg daily)hope you can clarify

  2. I'm not working at a real job any longer so I guess you could call this my full time occupation. I don't really feel like I'm working all that hard but maybe it's because I really enjoy doing this.

    There's something about making your own money that just seems to make time fly. So how many hours a day??? I'm not really sure.

    I can tell you that some days I've worked from breakfast to bed time but then I also take off with my friends a lot too so I guess it all evens out.

    But you know what's funny?

    I actually feel like I'm "sneaking away" when I don't turn my computer on and leave Friday morning. I still can't shake the feeling my boss is going to call and ask me why I'm not at work - LOL.

  3. I have sent many many clicks to PWP In your experience when does he pay the $2.00? and how many does one need to get his $5.00?

  4. Hi Amy,

    I'm pretty much in the same boat you started off in. The company that I've worked for for the last 5 years will be closing down in July and the job outlooks here in MI are terrible. So I'm currently looking for new options.

    I came across eCurrency Arbitrage the other day and started looking into it. I've seen some mixed reviews and some calling it a flat out scam, but I'm not too worried about that. My question is, is this simply teaching you how to get into affiliate marketing? If it is I've tried that in the past and haven't found it something I enjoy. I'm sure you can't go into details, but is it more than affiliate marketing? A simple yes or no would be great.

    Congrats on your success with the program Amy!