Easy Money Machines Review: Scam Or Legit?

Today seemed like being my lucky day when I opened my email and read about a new make money online product called ‘Easy Money Machines’.

Word has it that the creator has some pedigree, and with the website suggesting I could be earning as much as $1000 – $2500 per money machine, per day, I had no choice but to take a closer look.

Easy-Money-Machines-ReviewProgram Details

Name: Easy Money Machines
Website: easymoneymachines.com
Program Type: Making money ($5000+ per day) online
Price: $47
Owner: Michael Fox

Easy Money Machines Overview

From the off it’s not easy to tell exactly what this program is all about, but one thing is very clear … if you want to find out, you’ve got to sit through a rather long video.

When I say long, I mean really long. All in all you will need to set aside at least an hour, and in that time you still don’t get to fully understand what you are getting involved with.

The video itself is more of a story, where the Easy Money Machines creator – Michael Fox – explains how rich you will become when you start using his program. The $ figures he mentions are extreme to say the least yet he constantly emphasizes how easy the process is.

Michael-FoxMichael Fox trying to impress as he showboats around Las Vegas

It’s a very well scripted video with a number of real-life testimonials on hand to show how well the program has worked for them, from the luxury of their high performance sports cars and million dollar houses.

You just cannot help but feel that this is all too good to be true, especially when Michael sets up an Easy Money Machines account in front of you and then logs in a few minutes later to discover a few hundred dollars have been earned.

Uncovering the Easy Money Machines Process

After an hour or so of watching the video I finally reached the point where Michael attempts to close the deal. For someone who claims to charge his clients over $2000 per hour, he’s definitely putting his neck on the line by charging just $47 to turn anyone into a millionaire (his words, not mine).

Or is he really taking a huge risk?

On reaching the point where I have to either pay and join or leave the website, I decide to leave to see what happens next. Sure enough I am met by an ‘exit popup’ – a way of checking to see if you really do want to leave and it’s usually accompanied by a discount. I was then met by…

Easy-Money-Machines-DiscountThe first exit popup offers an instant $20 discount

Call me persistent but if I come across one of these there are usually more to follow so I closed the page again and again through 2 more discounts until I reached this:

Easy-Money-Machines-FreeDespite being a $47 product you eventually get it for free. Or do you?

Man … this REALLY must be my lucky day! Michael’s going to make me a millionaire and it won’t cost me a penny!! (Tongue firmly in cheek)

I continue to push forward to get to the root of the Easy Money Machines program and after a strange shift to a new page I am asked to enter my email details. I am then told I will get 5 Easy Money Machines for free, but don’t worry … these will still earn me $1000’s per day.

Suddenly the Easy Money Machines Mist Cleared

After entering my details I was told to pick just 1 of 5 niche topics pre-selected for me personally. The choices were: Internet marketing, music, weight loss, muscle building and dating. I am told that I will get all 5 but need to pick 1 to get started.

Take note: these are 5 VERY broad niche topics and if Michael Fox thinks these equate to potential Easy Money Machines then, in my experience, he is WRONG. But guess what? That is exactly what he is saying.

5-Easy-Money-MachinesThese Easy Money Machines will actually be the HARDEST to ever make money from

I would just like to sidetrack here because at this point you might be thinking … “Do people REALLY fall for this?”

The answer is – yes they do, and the reason why is fairly straightforward.

By making his visitors sit through a very long video, Michael Fox is pre-qualifying them. Those who think it’s a scam will bail out before the end of the video, but those who don’t, or those who are new to making money online, are likely to stay until the end.

So, those who actually get to see the offer at the end are definitely potential customers. And then when the price continues to drop and drop, they think they have the deal of a lifetime.

If this is you … PLEASE don’t proceed any further with Easy Money Machines. Read on to see why.

By selecting a niche you are then advised that you need a website, and more importantly, hosting. It is then advised that you choose the longest possible hosting package because it will increase your income.

This is simply not true.


The reason why you are advised to opt for a long term hosting package is because you will pay more, meaning Michael Fox will earn more from you through his hosting affiliate link.

In case you don’t know, this is called a ‘hidden upsell’, and it’s a method used to get more money from a customer than they expected.

Over to the right you can see that the hosting page has auto-filled so that I have a 2 year service, totaling $268.75.

So in the space of 10 minutes, Easy Money Machines has gone from being a $47 product, to being a free product, to finally being a product that will cost me $268.00 just to get started.

At this point, and for obvious reasons, my investigation of the Easy Money Machines program came to an end.

I had seen everything that I needed to see to understand exactly what this program is all about and it wasn’t pretty.

But for the benefit of anyone who might still be tempted, there’s one further point that I need to mention … the follow-up emails.

Within 24 hours of handing over my details I received the following email from Easy Money Machines:

Easy-Money-Machines-EmailMore false hope within the emails sent out by Michael Fox

I hadn’t promoted this program to anyone (and never will), so why or how could I possibly earn over $8000 for doing absolutely NOTHING? Of course, I haven’t.

This email and the many others that follow serve just one purpose … to force you into opening an account and paying unnecessary amounts so that Michael Fox makes money from you.

To prove that point, when I clicked on the link in the email I was taken to a video where Michael, once again, asked me to pay to join – despite the fact that I got the product for free!

The Reality Of Easy Cash Machines

What this program lacks most of all is clarity and transparency. Within the video Michael constantly reminds us of how easy it is to set the program up and earn $1000’s of dollars a day, yet he doesn’t tell us what we will be doing until payment is made or you fight your way through his popups and get it for free.

This is one of the most obvious signs that you will eventually part with more money than you are willing to spend, and ultimately, get scammed. My investigation eventually proved that to be true.

Forget the rockstar lifestyle portrayed in the video … it will NOT happen to you with Easy Money Machines.

Striping things back to the bone, this is all about building a website and profiting from products, services and ads that you promote on it. This is not groundbreaking in the slightest … people have been doing it for years.

If you really are intrigued by the whole idea of building a profitable website then keep your money in your pocket and try my Work From Home Watchdog training. You will at least learn how to do it for free in a transparent environment where hidden upsells and smoke and mirrors don’t exist.

As for Easy Money Machines … if Michael had said he can teach you how to build a website earning some extra cash and one day, with effort, you would enough to quit your job, he would have avoided this negative review.

But he didn’t. He chose instead to paint everything with fairy dust and virtually guarantee you a slice of the $58m he claims to have helped his students earn so far.

He needs a reality check, and because of that Easy Money Machines has made its way into the exclusive section on my website that I like to call … Avoid These Please.

– None.

– No idea of what you will be doing until you pay or join for free.
– Grossly inflated earning claims without proof.
– Initial price is $47 yet you can eventually get it for free.
– Once you join you are immediately hit with a bill for over $260.
– More ‘hidden upsells’ included further into the program.
– Emails from Michael are varied and serve one purpose – to get you spending money.

Do you have any experience with Easy Money Machines? If so I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.

Marcus – WFHW

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Hasimah - October 10, 2016 Reply

Hi Marcus,
Thank you so much for the information you’ve provided. I was wondering what we need to do exactly in order for us to get paid that thousands of $$$. I’ve provided my email address but have yet to pay. I just want to see what happens next.

    Marcus - October 10, 2016 Reply

    You are welcome, Hasimah.

    My advice would be to not spend any money with this program. It’s designed to trick you out of your money and send you a bunch of scam offers time and time again.

    Keep your money in your pocket and spend it on something worthwhile :)

    All the best,

    Marcus – WFHW

Marie Constance - September 25, 2016 Reply

Hi Marcus,
I came across your site when I googled “my smart phone money machine” (same name for that site, with .com) in order to find out more about this. I clicked on one of the links that line the side of most websites that are usually labeled “promoted content”, usually ignored by me but curiosity won and I wondered just what do they claim to do for making all that ridiculous amounts of money…
So upon reading what little info was actually printed besides the enter-your-info-here spot, I read the small print paragraph at the very bottom and even the Privacy Policy, and my overall impression was that they were basically saying they are a scam without saying so, and asserting their right to pass your info to third parties, ect ect… so after that, I googled it, decided to check out your link first because the idea of scam or legit lines up, and easy-money-machines sounds like the same kind of business as smart-phone-money-machine.
I just felt like sharing this, haven’t gone in this site deeper than this page yet, but as I have been wanting to formulate a way to work from home, knowing basic HTML and graphically talented, I should be making a decent living through the visual medium of internet, with millions of viewers daily…
anyhow, thanks for putting this information out here in the noosphere (google that, it’s a cool concept of a type of *sphere*, atmo – sphere (airball) stratosphere (cloudball) and the noosphere (brainball… thinkingball… psycheball… ) I think in humorous terms, and I hope this last bit added info to our human library we are all part of, Akashik records, psychic imprints around Earth that can be accessed…
well, now I be accessing workfromhome info.
Thanks again for pointing out scams (gawd there’re a lot of them!)
Marie C. Levert

    Marcus - September 26, 2016 Reply

    Hi Marie,

    You are absolutely right…the Internet is crammed FULL of scams!

    Thanks for pointing out the ‘My Smart Phone Money Machine’ website. I can confirm it is a total scam.

    I say this with confidence because I am currently looking at 2 other websites with exactly the same content.

    I’m going to investigate the whole situation further and see what I can uncover.

    Be sure to subscribe to my newsletter for details of when my reviews are ready.

    Thanks for stopping by, Marie!

    Best wishes,

    Marcus – WFHW

Kenneth - September 13, 2016 Reply

Thankyou Marcus
for your advice I read the reviews from you and others as I always do a review check on any of these “to good to be true” adverts on the internet and about 90% of them are just scams. But to those who have already been taken for a ride and lost money they can take legal action against easymoneymachines.com for fraud and deception. For this is exactly what they are doing to you. I advise them to keep all and any correspondence between EMM.com that they have and present them to their lawyer. He will have a field day.. Kenneth R Taylor GHA

    Marcus - September 14, 2016 Reply

    Hi Kenneth,

    I totally agree that most of these products are scams and well done to you for checking reviews for the product first.

    Thanks for the great advice on what people should do next…I absolutely agree that these scammers need to be stopped.

    Wishing you all the best, Kenneth.

    Marcus – WFHW

Vandana - August 30, 2016 Reply

Hey Marcus,
Many thanksgor your reviews i just started to fill up the form then at the end they started to join at $1,49 i thought its fine but at the end in small letters it written monthly fee $29 so before entering card detail i thought to search reviews on google then icame to your investigational review then i didn’t go further.
Many thanks

    Marcus - September 1, 2016 Reply

    So pleased to have helped you here, Vandana!

    You definitely have to watch out for the small print with programs like Easy Money Machines. They always try to find a way to trick you out of your cash.

    Well spotted and I wish you every success!

    Marcus – WFHW

Rena Branning - September 8, 2014 Reply

When will we ever learn ? Lol Thank you
God bless up you son.

    Marcus - September 8, 2014 Reply

    Agree there, Rena, but I have to say that modern-day scams are often put together in such a smart way that it can be easy to fall for them.

    That’s why I like to dig deep with these programs because the truth is often well hidden!

    Best wishes for all your online ventures, Rena.


Sherry - July 12, 2014 Reply

I paid $49.00 last night. How can I get my money back from clicksure?

Peter - June 26, 2014 Reply

Why is this thing not working for me? I have down loaded it, but when I implement it nothing happens. I would setup everything, but once I come to the ftp and auto responder part, nothing happens. Even if I want to upgrade or want help, nothing at all happens. Once I look at the project I saved, it shows, but why don’t I get traffic. Please assist me.

    Marcus - June 27, 2014 Reply

    Hi Peter,

    Sorry to hear about your issues with this program.

    Unfortunately I cannot offer support for this…it is a job that only the Easy Money Machines team can provide. I suggest contacting their support desk and listing your problems and asking for help asap. If you’ve paid then they at least owe you that much.

    If you get no help then I suggest you ask to be removed from the program and request for a refund. History tells me that you might not get the help that you are entitled to here, but I do hope that you at least get some guidance.

    All the best,


Buster Pritchett - April 27, 2014 Reply

They scammed me for about $600.00 all in one day. I have tried sending them e-mails but to no avail. Stay away from this site.

    Marcus - April 28, 2014 Reply


    Shocking stuff indeed, and I agree with what you say…do not trust Easy Money Machines.

    Best wishes,


John McDougall - April 25, 2014 Reply

After watching some of his interesting videos on how to become a millionaire, I became enthusiastic in joining at the starting price of $49 but when I started to decline, the price dropped to $29 before I watched another video of him driving an Italian sport’s car promising me that I could really make money. After I entered my card details with the payment for $29, another blog came up asking me to pay $197 for some other program but when I declined, the millionaire said I let you have for only $100 and that’s when I started to realise that I was being scammed. So is there any chance of getting my $29 refunded and would it be prudent to cancel the card and ask my bank to issue me with a new one?

    Marcus - April 25, 2014 Reply

    Sorry to hear about this, John.

    Your experience is consistent with my findings, and once again I cannot believe how these guys have the nerve to scam people in this way.

    I suggest dropping the support line an email and requesting a refund. Here’s the address:


    One further word of warning, be VERY wary of any emails you receive now that you have effectively joined this program. Since writing this review I am now receiving 50 – 100 emails per week, all as a result of joining Easy Money Machines, and all of them are attempting to scam me.

    I suggest waiting to see if you get a refund before canceling your bank card. If you do not hear back I would say that you should contact your bank and accept that $29 was maybe getting off a bit lightly. Totally wrong of course, but perhaps it’s the best you can hope for.

    All the best for now,


Jerry Voyer - April 3, 2014 Reply

I paid the $49.00 But i never received a confirmation or the download for the product but my Credit card was charged $49.00 Now how I get a refund on $49.00 any ideal.
Jerry Voyer

    Marcus - April 4, 2014 Reply

    Hi Jerry,

    Sorry to hear about this, and you are not the first unfortunately. I’ve received a few emails from people in the same situation, and the best I can offer is to suggest that you contact Easy Money Machines support:


    If you get the chance it would be great to hear how things go.

    In addition to your comment, since my review I have noticed that when joining you are automatically subscribed to MANY email lists that bombard you with a variety of offers. Please do not pay for these, no matter how appealing they might seem.

    Best wishes,


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