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Website ATM – [Steady Flow Of Cash To Your Bank?]

Website ATM claims you can have a steady flow of cash directly to your bank. All you need is a card and a number to access your machine. You don’t even have to do anything to make the cash. 

So, If I sign up for this program, will I drive to the bank right now and withdraw my first $500? Website ATM says you will make $500 a day, and the cash will steadily flow into your bank.

Let’s get real and see what this scam is all about. In this post today I will cover; 

  1. Who is Nick Harvey?
  2. How does Nick promote his business?
  3. Outlandish Promises
  4. My recommendations for Website ATM
  5. Red Flags
  6. My choice for a most trusted company

Website ATM

Program name: Website ATM

Founder: Nick Harvey

Price:  $47 a month with upsells

Recommended: NO, NO, NO 

Who is Nick Harvey?

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Who is Nick Harvey? What I found will shock you. Nick Harvey and Willy Handcock may be the same person. But they are not really because the photos do not match the people with these real names.

Here is where it becomes confusing. A person with the name of Nick Harvey passed away at the age of 45 on October 2, 2017. Willy Handcock’s mom’s name was Willow. Stay with me here because there is a fictitious connection between Willy and Nick. 

Willy Handcock and Nick Harvey have a family of 5 all with the same names for their wives and kids. 

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My findings made me think twice about Nick’s legitimacy and trustworthiness. 

Willy and Nick both are promoting companies they set up and charge entrance to for $47. And both of these companies boast that you don’t have to do anything to make big money. 

There is a lot of speculation that the same person owned these 2 companies, but one is Willy, and the other is Nick. Are we all confused now?

Doesn’t this all sound a bit suspicious to you? Right off the bat, it is hard to trust a man who has run several scams over the past few years. 

How Does Nick Promote His Business?

Nick spends a lot of time telling you how trustworthy he is. While he is building himself up, he is tearing down legitimate affiliate marketing businesses.

Nick promotes his business by telling you how horrible other companies are. He builds himself up as the perfect family man who developed a push-button system. 

Nick says he is not just a sexy voice; he is a real family man who wants to automate a business so he can go on vacations with his family. 

He also says, “I’m just a guy who took an amazing system and automated it.”

WOW! Nick thinks highly of himself for someone willing to take your money based on lies. 

Nick asks his viewers to keep this video private so no bad people will get in. He states he doesn’t want any shady marketers to ruin it all for the rest of us. 

He gets down and dirty against affiliate marketers like myself with statements like:

  • If you haven’t made any money in affiliate marketing, it is because “the system is rigged against you.” He makes it look like the good guy is the bad one, and the bad guy is the good one. 
  • Gurus don’t know a backlink from a backpack. He uses the term backlink, which you may not know, so that he can appear intelligent.
  • Gurus haven’t tried his system, so they don’t know. And I say, “They haven’t tried his method because it is a scam.” The red flags are flying high.
  • Nick states you don’t need a website to succeed online. A few short minutes later, he tells you that you do need a website, and he has set up a system for you to create a website with just 16 clicks of a button.

16 clicks, it is nice he counted them. 

As I progressed through this review, I found that Nick’s entire system reeks of lies and inconsistency.

Outlandish Promises And High-Pressure Sales

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Red Flags

  1. Pressure sales: The video keeps saying there are only nine spots available and only 5 min left to sign up. Nick doesn’t want you to think about any of his videos before you make a decision.
  2. A play on your emotion: He is not just a sexy voice, but he is a real family man. He then tells you what a great family man he is because he invented an automated push-button system.
  3. There is very little information about how you will make this much money. But you will create a website pushing a button 16 times. 
  4. Nick says you will make $500 a day. You will have a steady cash flow to your bank. You can get your money with a card and PIN. 
  5. His system is a $97 value. He will discount to $47 per month. A claim that it is worth so much more.
  6.  Claims that you don’t have to do anything to make money. Do you really think this is possible?
  7. Spends way too much time tearing down other people and business to build his up. If his business is so good, then why does he have to tear down other companies in an attempt to prove his?

Yes, Website ATM is a scam. Nick leads you to believe that you can go to your ATM and withdraw money and it will be in the machine. He also eludes that you will make high dollar income, but all you have to do is push a button.  

Nick is compelling, and I am sure many will fall for his scam because he uses a manipulative sales pitch.

I am here to warn you against wasting your money on this scam.

My recommendations for Website ATM

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Absolutely NO! Website ATM is a SCAM!

The red flags in this scam are flying high in a terrible storm. We all know that is a no-no. Let me point the red flags out to you below. 

If you have questions or thoughts about website ATM, please take some time to leave a comment below in the comments section. I would love to hear from you and provide the answers to your questions.

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20 thoughts on “Website ATM – [Steady Flow Of Cash To Your Bank?]”

  1. I like to get end Websites ATM Machine programs and with Mr.Nicky Harvey and pay the fee $47.00 Thank you very much

    • Patricia, You have just accessed a review on Website ATM. In my review, I determined that Website ATM is a scam to take your money and you will not make any money. Please read the entire post to see why it is not a good idea to join Website ATM.

  2. Im sad to say in a moment of weakness after being diagnosed with 2 terminal illnesses, becoming homeless and facing losing my child I desperately wanted to believe there was a fast easy way to “fix” most of the issues in my life and I signed up for this site. Used the last of my disability & sacrificed a few meals. Now I cant even log onto tge site to request a refund! There are no easy fixes & anything worth having is worth the work you need to put into it! Thanks for putting your info out there, maybe it will limit the amount of me’s that get caught in this scheme.

    • Renata, My heart sank for you when I read this. I am so sorry you got caught in this scam. They are so convincing that I fear more will fall, victim. In our world, where the cost of living is high, and the income is so low, many are looking for a quick fix. You are not alone. I am also so sorry to hear about your medical conditions. Please share this so others will see the evil ways of these scammers.
      I can offer you a way to make an income online. It is not an easy, quick fix. It takes dedication and effort and time. But with perseverance, you can create an income. It is FREE to sign in and check it out. You can stay free for 6 months and build a website. But the only catch is if you want to continue in the education and continue to learn after the first 7 days you will need to upgrade. The Free does include your website and the first 10 lessons to teach you how to do affiliate marketing.
      I do not want to lead you astray. You have been through enough. But please, take a look. With hard work, it can be an answer to prayers. I do believe in Wealthy Affiliate with all of my heart, but it does cost $49 a month, and you may not have a way to come up with this money right now. But one day when you can, it is worth every penny. I am going to leave a link here for you to take a look. You don’t need a credit card or any money upfront, and you can take the first 10 lessons free. Once you sign in if you don’t like what you see, you can sign out and walk away. We will not have any financial information on you so you can not be charged one single penny unless you choose to become a premium member.
      It is something to consider.
      Again I am so so sorry for your hardships. I pray things will improve soon.

  3. I’ve never understood why people believe it’s possible to make large amounts of money from a ‘simple system’ that someone is desperate to share with them for just a small fee.

    Don’t get me wrong – it’s a wonderful thing to believe that there’s a magical fairy that wants to give you big bags of cash for doing no work but in the real world if you don’t work, you don’t get paid.

    Online businesses take time and effort to build and programs like Wealthy Affiliate teach you how to do it without lying to you about the effort involved.

    • Phil, I have thought a lot about why people fall for these scams. I think it is a combination of things. First, the scammers are very good at manipulation, people want to get rich quick or are in financial trouble looking for an easy way out, and the mentality may be people don’t want to work for what they get.

      Affiliate Marketing is the way to go, but only if we do it correctly. As you stated, this is why Wealthy Affiliate is the best because they teach the proper way to start an online business.

  4. Hi Laura! Signing up to a platform and then being able to go to an ATM and withdraw $500 USD without investing anything sounds to good to be true. And along your article you have demonstrated that it’s in fact too good to be true.

    This story concerning Nick Harvey and Willy Handcock sound crazy. When will all these scams stop? Pressure sales and playing upon emotions still seem to be the most used methods for these scams to propagate. Thank you for the interesting read.

    • Hi Henry, I wish we could all go the ATM and draw out cash that we didn’t put into the bank. But this is not realistic. And yes, the correlation between Nick and Willy is a red flag. It seems the same people are running the same scams. They start a new one with a different name and scam people all over again. So sad. People are falling for the scams because of the manipulation. 

      Thanks for stopping by to read and comment. 

  5. Thanks for this review of the Website ATM product. The red flags are many and typical ones that I see over and over again with many of these platforms that are set up to take your money and have you fail at online marketing. This does not have to be the case, as there are legitimate platforms out there that will teach you how to make money, and many are making a full-time income from online work.

    From the dubious identity of the creator of the product to the name he has given his platform. Website ATM? That is a terrible name but it does play into the emotional sides of people that are looking for quick money with no work. Then there are the misleading income expectations in the sales pitch, the ‘special’ (same as a “secret,” “only you have this,” etc. spiels) way you will earn all this money.

    Too much time spent on how trustworthy the vendor is also raises a red flag for me. It goes back to my  “Me thinks you protest too loudly, my dear…” statement that comes up when I hear this gibberish. I start to ask myself why is he emphasizing this? Perhaps he is not trustworthy at all!

    The price is also a bit ridiculous. The vendor is expecting you to fork over $47, sight unseen, and promises a website in 16 steps in a process that is push-button easy. Being in the making money online business and in particular the affiliate marketing segment, I know it just is not that easy.

    You have saved me some time and stress today, as the Website ATM offer and platform is clearly not worth the investment of time or money. It is good that you have pulled the curtain back on this and exposed it for what it really is – a scam or minimally a lousy product that will not work.


    • Dave, You are so right about the red flags. They are consistent from one scam to the next. And yes, there are legitimate platforms to learn affiliate marketing and earn an income if a person is willing to put in the effort. 

      Nick does spend more time tearing down other platforms to create a good character for himself. This is always a grave concern for me and one of the big red flags. 

      As for the 16 steps to build a website, a person can create a full website in less than 3 minutes with the right training as offered by Wealthy Affiliate. Nick tries to make it look like he is doing a great favor in this scam. 

      Thank you for stopping by. I, too, have seen so many scams just like this with a different name. 

  6. I am a member of Wealthy Affiliate, and I enjoy it so much.  Community and peer accountability are priceless. If you add the benefits along with these features, imagine the possibility. There is no limit on how far you can go.

    WA is geared toward an affiliate marketing business and offers success for entrepreneurs.

    I am so happy you reviewed Website ATM. Your review is relevant to protect people from a massive scam that will steal money and rob them of precious time.

    Thank you & kind regards,
    Nurse Becca

    • Becca, thank you for your excellent support of Wealthy Affiliate. So many people fall for a scam like Website ATM. It is sad, especially when they have the opportunity to create a business with a trusted platform. It does require a bit of work and effort, but it is worth every moment we put into it. 

  7. Funny story: I just saw this video today and I spent the time watching it thing, “No, really? NO. Not really.”
    I only watched it because I was offered $30 but a survey site if I completed the process.

    I did not complete the process.

    When the outlay to qualify for payment is more than the payment, I bypass it.
    Another thing I noticed. He does not say it’s $47 *per month*. When you go to the payment page (I wanted to see it for myself) it shows a 1-time cost of $47 (discounted from $97).
    He does not mention any upsells either. Of course, I did not go through the purchase process, so maybe that’s where they pop up.
    Either way. I won’t be giving them another thought.
    Thanks for the review, and take care.

    Gwendolyn J

    • Gwendolyn, This review you did for the $30 is another way for Nick to advertise his scam product. I am glad you didn’t fall for it. 

      The $47 is a monthly fee and not a one-time payment. See how easy it is for someone to get scammed? As for upsells, I did read in other reviews that there are upsells but since I did not pay the monthly fee to join I did not include that in my review because I did not see the upsells for myself. 

      Be safe.

  8. I really like your site. I have been searching for online money making systems for years and I am glad you have made people aware of how they can be scammed by people. I have tried Power leads and the Super AffiliateNetwork and one-day work week. Only to realize I was wasting my time and money. And not getting anywhere. so good on you for your site. The only one I have realized that was great is Wealthy Affiliate.

    • WOW, you have tried all three of these different sites. You have lost a ton of money in your search for a trustworthy site. I am so happy you found Wealthy Affiliate. Welcome to the family. 

  9. So what do you think the point of this scam is really? Yes, to get the $47 a month, but if it doesn’t deliver the cash as promised, most people will only pay that one time. My concern is that the real scam is in getting people to give up their banking information. When you say you only need a “card,” that’s a bank card or something? It’s terrifying that people will give up their banking information to get cash for doing absolutely nothing. Scammers don’t have to work too hard to sucker people anymore. There are so many desperate for money, it’s sad.

    • Theresa, As I pointed out in the review, the scam is to convince people that they can get money out of their bank and they do not have to work for it. They use this to persuade you to sign up so you will have easy cash. You don’t give your bank information to them. 

      Please read the article in its entirety. I am concerned if you don’t, you may get scammed in the future. A third of the way down I do list red flags. If you familiarize yourself with these, it will help you avoid other scams also. People do fall for this type of scam because they want money. 

      All the best to you and be safe. 

  10. Well, I’m so glad I didn’t fall this scam. I was referred to this website from a link in a Facebook group. It was quite tempting at first because of pressure sales. It sounds too good to be true and they can be so convincing. Just in case, is there any success stories outside their website? I am curious if there are any people who can really earn with their system.

    • I am so happy you did not fall for the Website ATM scam. I did not find any real success stories about this company. I mean how can someone go to the bank and draw out money every day without earning it. It is not possible. 


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