Are those pancakes? No, it’s Crazy Cash Club’s chintzy header and those are all the gold coins you will earn with these guys.
What is Crazy Cash Club?
Crazy Cash Club is another so called money making opportunity, it’s supposed to make it possible for new members to earn up to $16,000 in their first day as a member.
I don’t know if it’s possible to make a more unrealistic claim.
Of course, we are immune to hype since we busted so many scams on this website.
Let’s strip away the hype and see if there is any actual meat leftover.
What is Crazy Cash Club?
I went ahead and made an account with Crazy Cash Club (it’s free) so I wanted to take a look and write a review for you so you don’t have to go through the trouble.
Here is a screenshot of the member’s area:
I immediately noticed that there is no tutorial or welcome message. I thought that was a bit of a bother because I really have no idea how to make money with this so called opportunity and it would be nice to be told what to do.
It’s also clear the website was built on a very small budget, I could make a better website with WordPress in a couple of hours.
The design is just bad, if the company is making millions of dollars a day, wouldn’t it make sense to create a decent website?
On the right side, there’s a counter for paid and unpaid invoices.
From the looks of it, it seems like members earn money by completing tasks and referring new members, at the bottom of the screen you will be able to find your affiliate link.
The idea is to promote this link like crazy in order to make some cash.
I did find an introduction video, that’s hosted on YouTube, here’s the link. It’s a 16 minute video that introduces the basics of the opportunity and how it works (which is basically the exact same model that all the other scams use).
In the video, there is a lot of emphasis on how exclusive the club is and how you need to rush and recruit new people otherwise you might lose your position.
Then the speaker goes on about how the first members earned millions of dollars during the first days of Crazy Cash Club’s launch.
The video is basically total hype – there’s really nothing special about it – just a lot of promises and pressure to be one of the first few people in the company so you can earn the most money.
Doesn’t that sound fishy? Sounds exactly like a pyramid scheme!
Making Money With Crazy Cash Club
So, if I understood correctly, the idea is to refer new people to the club and collect a bunch of people in your down-line and earn commissions from the people in your down-line as well as from matching bonuses.
How it works is that when you recruit someone the company gives you a matching bonuses, and then when that person recruits someone you also receive a matching bonus.
But, in order to qualify for this feature you will have to purchase a paid membership.
There are also four products that you are supposed to promote to new members, none of which are particularly useful.
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Is Crazy Cash Club a scam – absolutely.
Basically, Crazy Cash Club is one of those pyramid schemes where all the money flows to the top where you’re supposed to be sitting happily on a pile of cash.
But to secure your position at the top you will need to buy some products first.
It’s clear that this company doesn’t really have much to offer the public besides false promises.
Where’s the value? There’s absolutely no training material. No useful services or tools. And ZERO community support.
But there is a lot of promises of wealth.
There’s a top list of members which is supposed to reveal the people who are making money with the system, but it’s not very convincing because the names are all first names, and there are no links to profiles or other information.
Take a look, it just looks like a list of random names.
I predict that this company will fall apart sometime soon if it hasn’t already; the foundation that it’s built on it’s ridiculously flimsy and ready to give out at any moment.
It’s just a scheme to make money – that’s all it is.
Here’s what will happen if you do decide to promote this company full-time…
You will attempt to recruit as many people as possible and maybe you’ll recruit a handful of people because there’s no initial sign-up fee.
Once your recruits begin to realize that a lot of hard-work is necessary to make money with this company (and that money is not necessarily worth their time) they’ll pack their bags and leave.
It’s a really tricky scheme that does not offer anything of value.
Unfortunately, some people do fall for these schemes. I was once like that too, I always wanted to be a part of the next best thing!
Until I realized that the best way to make money is to take matters into your own hands and create your own business or website.
It’s not smart to invest all your time and cash into a multi-level marketing scheme. What happens when the government shuts down the whole operation?
What happens to all your hard work? It happened to the MLM company Vemma just a month back (August, 2015) – click here to read more.
It’s all gone – poof – in a split second.
So avoid opportunities like Crazy Cash Club that promise millions of dollars, there’s always a catch.
The good news is that once you spot one of these scams it’s easy to spot others, and it will be more difficult for these tricky salesman to convince you to join their schemes.
If you want to make real money, don’t sign-up for a scheme – sign-up for a business course.
I was able to learn how to create marketable online skills, build websites, get site rankings, traffic, and eventually make wake-up money (I made $275 bucks this morning when I woke up – what a nice way to start the day).
Thanks for reading our review of Crazy Cash Club and if you have any comments please leave them below.
Hopefully you now know what is Crazy Cash Club and you’ll stay away from yet another online scam.