I am not a spammer...
Well spam is generally detected by individuals so it means some people who visited your site marked the site as spam. I see three main issues, web design, and subject matter. Unfortunately personal finance is one of the topics that attracts the most spam, so sites about how to make or handle money are more likely to be considered spam.
Secondly, your website looks like an advertisement. The most prominent feature on the screen when I visited was a large glossy ad for a work from home program. The American public is very skeptical of that sort of program.
Secondly, The text looks like an advertisement as well, you've got a lot of exclamation marks and bold text, in a question/answer format that gives away the fact that you're not a native English speaker. . The advertisement density on the site is also to high. Every link has an advertisement that pops up, instantly marked as spam. If someone actually read the text they could see the legitimacy of it, however no one is getting that far into the process.
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