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Easy Cash Club Scam – A Waste of Time

Easy Cash Club


Easy Cash Club is supposedly some new software created by a guy named Steve that can generate you thousands of dollars per day, with "no work". But is it really as good as it seems? Or is this just another waste of time online scam that is going to leave you with less money than when you started?

While I might not call it a complete scam, unfortunately it does lean towards the latter… Being more on the side of a waste of time scam than something that is actually going to make you good money.

Since you are reading my review here I'm guessing that you probably came across the over-the-top video presentation and thought that it sounded a little bit too good to be true, which it does. I mean just think about it… This guy claims that he is giving away his autopilot software for the price of only $37 and it can make you thousands of dollars per day on complete autopilot?? That sounds like a fairytale to me.

Lots of Red Flags..

Things aren't adding up

Above the video presentation it states that you can make $379 per day with this system with "no work" required. However, in the video presentation Steve says that you can make thousands of dollars with it per day, and that he makes $2000 a day consistently.

So which is it? There's a big difference between the numbers given here. This is just one of many small red flags that leads me to believe that you cannot trust what you are being told.

We don't know who this "Steve" guy is

Another red flag is that we don't even know who this "Steve" guy is. He tells you that he is a computer programmer, husband, and millionaire that wakes up around 11 AM and does whatever he wants to do, only spending about 30 minutes on his computer day… And that is when he is not traveling the world going on exotic vacations or driving one of his Lamborghinis.

The problem here is that there is no verifiable information given about Steve. All this could easily be made up, and I'm guessing it is.

Scarcity tactics everywhere

You may have also noticed the different scarcity tactics used. They tell you that there is only a few software licenses left so you have to buy in right now and there are other methods to make you think that this is extremely urgent.

Now this type of thing definitely doesn't mean it is a scam, but it sure as heck is a red flag and a very common characteristic of such.

Fake testimonials

Another thing I noticed is that the testimonials given on the sales page are as fake as can be. I ended up doing a reverse Google image search and found that the one picture is actually of a woman named Joy although on the sales pages states that her name is "Mary" from the Philippines… A complete lie.

This woman probably has no idea these people are misusing her picture.

Easy Cash Club Review


At this point you are probably well aware that this system is not going to be the incredible miracle system that it is claimed to be. And while you can make money with it, there is little chance you will make much of anything based on what I am seeing here.

But before I get into the problems with this system, let's first talk about what exactly it is and what it does.

What Does The Software Do?

Youtube "Can" Be a Great Way to Make Money

In the video presentation Steve really hyped up this opportunity a lot and makes it seem like the greatest thing to ever come your way. He talks about people who are making millions on YouTube, such as the one young kid from Ryan Toys that makes over $11 million a year.

Yes, it "can" be a good opportunity to make money. BUT… It definitely is not as easy as he leads you to believe it is and if you buy into this software with high expectations you likely are going to be disappointed, very disappointed. This system falls into the same category as the extremely over-hyped Tube Profit Sniper & YT Crusher scammy systems I've exposed in the past.

The Problem With This

#1 - You Might Not Get Approved

In order to start making revenue from people viewing your videos and getting paid by Google AdSense, you will first have to get your YouTube channel approved by them. This is easier said than done and I have seen lots of people's applications denied over the years.

Google AdSense does not want to be placing ads on someone's scam YouTube videos. If you have a YouTube channel with a bunch of poor quality videos made by this software, there is a darn good chance you aren't going to get accepted in the first place.

So obviously this is a major problem because if you don't get accepted then you aren't going to make any money this way.

You can still make money by putting affiliate links in your video description for products you want to promote (affiliate marketing) however.

#2 - Getting Views Isn't That Easy

Another major problem, even if you do get accepted for AdSense, is that getting views is NOT easy. You can't just go out and create a bunch of YouTube videos expecting people to be watching them like crazy. It does not work like that. There is a lot of competition from other YouTubers and you are going to have to compete with them in the rankings.

The problem here is that there is no talk about getting you to videos ranked high and this is a major concern. If you buy into the system and there is no training on ranking your videos, you are really going to struggle. Ranking means everything.

#3 - You Will Need a LOT of Views

Lastly, or maybe I should say the last problem that I am going to go over (because there are others), is that you will need a lot of views in order to make any substantial money with this. The amount you make per ad view varies greatly depending on your niche and what types of ads are being displayed, but generally speaking Google AdSense pays very little and you are going to need a heck of a lot of views to make substantial money.

Based on what I see your there is pretty much no chance at all that you are going to be making anywhere even close to $1000 per day. I'd be surprised if people would make $20 a day with this.

Conclusion - Another Over-hyped Scam?

So is it a scam or not? Well… That all depends on what you consider a scam or not. If you consider something that lures people in with the hopes and dreams of making easy money and then sells them on some extremely over-hyped product that is not going to be nearly as good as claimed - to be a scam, then yes this is a scam. 

While this system does provide a little bit of value, in my opinion it is in a way the worst type of scam out there, reason being that it is just going to take you down the wrong path and waste a bunch of your time. I would rather be scammed from the start and realize it right away so that I can just move on with my life, instead of putting a bunch of effort into something that isn't going to work.

So anyways… Obviously I do not recommend anyone to buy into this system. It is only going to be a disappointment.

If you want to get started on a beginner friendly way to make money online, that is actually legitimate, that I highly suggest taking a look at this guide I put together.

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I hope you found this article helpful! I'm Kyle, the creator of this site, which is probably pretty obvious after seeing the name. Like most, I've had my fair share of difficulties and a pretty bumpy road while trying to find success online, which is why I put togetherthis guide so that others can get started right the first time around.

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