According to the unnamed creators, Crazy Cash Club is a chance to join a group of one million users and jump straight to the top.
What is the product?
Oddly it is difficult figuring out what exactly Crazy Cash Club is. It seems to have elements of multi level marketing, traffic generation and forum, but there is no way of defining it. This is mostly down to the fact that Crazy Cash Club gives very little away other than a dream of an easy millionaire lifestyle. There appears to be sales involved based off the fact that Crazy Cash Club have a page dedicated to selling squeeze pages and Laser Targeted Visitors packages, allegedly offering up to 20,000 views on something. The problem with Crazy Cash Club however is that none of this means anything. The marketing is confused and muddied and seems to have been a case of throwing everything at the wall and seeing what sticks. The only thing that I can say for certain is that something is going live in November 2014 and being a Crazy Cash Club member will allegedly catapult you into this.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Once again, it is difficult to say how much Crazy Cash Club will cost you. They say that you can sign up to become a free member, but then also hint at the fact that you will have to pay for the service eventually. Then there are squeeze pages that you have to buy ($197 for one or $247 or 2) if you want to become part of the top 300 and skip queue of 1,000,000 plus the traffic packages which aren’t cheap.
Luckily Crazy Cash Club is clear about how much you can allegedly earn with them advertising $16,000 in your first day leading on to $120,000 in year one and $1,200,000 in year two.
Does the product provide value for money?
I don’t believe that any aspect of Crazy Cash Club represents value for money.
Trying to find out anything about Crazy Cash Club is like navigating a labyrinth. The website is one of the worst I have ever encountered, not just in my time writing about products, but full stop. Every link seems to obfuscate more and more information and what little I was able to gleam was frankly hard work to extract.
This whole thing seems more geared towards luring in the gullible from what I can see (for example peddling the easy millionaire lifestyle) and I see nothing to recommend. I recommend avoiding this at all costs.