Product Name: Crazy Cash Club
Product Owner: Martin & Roger
Advertised Price: Free or Paid (Price unknown)
What Is It?
A new spin on MLM, but if you know the basics of pyramid style MLM, then it’s basically the same.
A poorly put together website and confusing (incomplete) explanation of how we’re actually making money are enough reasons to not recommend this product.
I’m not a fan of MLM and generally don’t recommend this style of business. However, even MLM fans will recognize the b-level job that Martin and Roger have put together with Crazy Cash Club. You'll have much more success starting a simple WordPress website and marketing some honest products on there.
Before You Buy
Perhaps no so important but worth mentioning, I couldn’t figure out what these guys names were. I watched a webinar on Facebook, read reviews of Crazy Cash Club, and listed to the video on the site. Is Roger Mcintire or Martin Roger? Is it Martin Morris or Martin Price?
Moving on to more important stuff…
The home page of CCC reminds me of a 90’s rap album cover, full of tacky photoshopped images of fast cars, vacation spots, and beach bodies. All that’s missing is a picture of the owners with diamond studded gold teeth and they could call it “In Da Crazee Ca$h Club”
Seriously. If these guys were making any money at the moment they would have paid someone a few hundred bucks to design a basic membership website for them.
If you are looking into Crazy Cash Club, know that it’s just MLM. Luckily, they don’t try to hide that. You join CCC, then you get other people to join [something]…although what you join is still unclear.
They are also very unclear how much exactly it’s going to cost you to be a premium member. They mention the free membership a few times, but fail to lock down a price for premium.
Launch was supposed to happen in November but was pushed back to the end of January. I read some grumbles on other sites about it being pushed back a number of times, but can’t confirm the legitimacy of those claims.
What I Liked
Actually, these guys seem OK. I watched the introduction video and they were very helpful-sounding (is that a thing? lol). They were also active on their Facebook page, so I think this is a product where you could get some personal support.
They are also very clear about this being a pyramid style MLM. One of my main complaints about network marketing companies is that they pretend to be direct sales, when the real incentive to join is the pyramid style compensation plan.
But these two dudes are up front and just come out and say “the people at the top make the most money”. I can’t blame them for being honest!
What I Didn’t Like
The claims of making $16,000 on your first day and $120,000 in your first year is just plain silly. That is not going to happen for anyone, especially not a newbie. Any experienced network marketers will tell you that you have to work like a dog to get anywhere in the industry.
Anyone that refers to easy money should be ignored.
On a similar note, the pictures of money, cars, and beautiful people on the home page do not add any more legitimacy to this program’s sales pitch. Not only does it look like the page was thrown together with MS Paint, but it certainly doesn’t give you a good idea of what you’ll be doing to actually achieve those goals.
Throughout the signup process we are warned over and over again that if we don’t do XYZ we are going to lose our position in the club.
I have a feel they are doing this to try to give a sense of exclusivity, but instead I just felt constantly under threat.
“Join the mailing list or you’ll lose your position”
“Sign up for this thing or you’ll be kicked out”
It’s not a very nice way to keep your members IMO.
Unclear On What You Are Selling
A common feature of many MLM programs, it’s unclear from the beginning what we will actually be promoting. I got a sense that we will be promoting OTHER biz ops and “make money opportunities”, but there are also some incentives to get people into the free Crazy Cash Club membership.
If those members are free and we don’t know how much premium is going to cost, I’m not sure how we are supposed to make the quoted $160,000 in our first month.
Watching the members introduction video and webinar, I felt like I started watching a movie 30 minutes in. I could kind of understand what was happening but I clearly missed something and the big picture just didn’t make sense.
I could not find any training at all on how to generate leads, build a website, or use social media to recruit people. I would think that this would be a basic feature, but couldn’t find anything.
What I did find however was a ton of website errors! In fact, most of their site’s pages turned up with errors.
I read some comments on Facebook about the site being down another time, and it was explained that they had “too much traffic”. I doubt it, but can’t prove it. Running out of resources was the official reason, but there are many ways to do this.
No Track Record
Sure, it’s exciting to get in on the ground floor of a product launch. There’s a lot of hype around being a founding member or at the top. But there’s also a huge amount of risk involved.
More programs fail that succeed, and there is extremely high turnaround within the MLM industry. Crazy Cash Club so far has proven themselves to be somewhat of a b-grade product, so I would not recommend investing your money into their launch.
A poor product, even by network marketing standards.
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