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Tycoon CashFlow (Free)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wolvenreign, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. wolvenreign

    wolvenreign Registered Member

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    Hey all, noobsauce Wolvenreign here.

    My discovery of Black Hat World came through a rather extended chain of events, starting with a Youtube video of a guy playing Counter Strike.

    While the video was playing, there were a few connotations (you know, those little bubbles that pop up in the video) saying that he was making 3k a month or some sort of inflated statistic like that.

    Well, I'm no moron, so of course I didn't just outright believe him. However, I have something of an innate trust in the intelligence of other gamers. This comes from years of experience in modifying video game consoles and following tutorials as to how to do so to the letter.

    The links in the connotations led to the Tycoon Cash Flow sales page. I was still suspicious, of course. I decided to do some research, starting with a simple Google of "Tycoon CashFlow scam". What I found was that they weren't necessarily a scam, but rather, a semi-functional method for internet marketing.

    Now here's the important part...these guys aren't especially keen on security. Their scheme is essentially to have you pay to get the link into the site emailed to you.

    HOWEVER!

    This leads them susceptible to a free entry via a Google search.

    To get into the Tycoon CashFlow member's area, just Google "Tycoon CashFlow Member's Area". Bada-bing, bada-boom, all of their material is available for the watching.

    This is how I learned about the existence of Internet Marketing, and what eventually led me here. It seems to be a combination of Clickbank + Google AdWords, which, for me at least, didn't seem to work. (I used the free $100 Google AdWords coupon they send you, but didn't spend past that.)

    However, you all might find something useful in there. Their videos appear to be down for the moment, but that might change later. (If it does and someone brings it to my attention, I'll edit this out if possible.)

    If the proprietors of Tycoon CashFlow happen to be reading this, all I can say is that you clearly need a stronger security method to get sales. Using a Google Entry makes it so that not only do they not have to pay, but they also don't have to enter into a ToS agreement or anything of the sort.

    Well, best of luck. I wasn't able to get it to work.

    P.S. Please don't forget to thank me and +rep if you found this useful! I need every inch on this forum. ;)
     
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  2. an3739

    an3739 Newbie

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    I believe that Adam took all the videos down the last time i check
     
  3. wolvenreign

    wolvenreign Registered Member

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    Yeah, it looks like it.

    Well, there's still the "Enigma Marketing" PDF available at the end.

    I wonder what he's going to tell his paying customers, if he has any. =P