Welcome to my review of Club Shanghai.
This is a new ClickBank product that claims to “give you the keys” to the same system that helped a guy named Jermaine generate $128,538.50 within 13 clicks of the mouse.
And let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to make money that easily?
The reality is though, most of the sites that make these claims are really just using pure hype to convince you to buy. So I am naturally skeptical of this sort of thing.
In any case, let’s dig deeper to see if this legit or just another scam..
Club Shanghai Review
I came across this site (clubshanghai.co) today which is basically a video sales page presented by “Jermaine”. He says he’s a “former online journalist” who now makes a fortune with the same system he’s sharing with you.
Apparently, it’s all thanks to “Steve and Warren”, who taught him how to make killer profits with a secret money making method that no one else knows about.
Now he wants to share this ‘secret’ with you to help you generate easy money online.
To be honest I’ve heard this kind of thing many times before. For example on my recent review of Click Click Cash which is probably a more extreme example.
So I know that this is really more of a pitch than anything. You can definitely make good money online, but it never happens within “13 clicks”.
This is pure hype and a big red flag in and of itself.
To be fair, I’ve seen a lot ‘scammier’ sales pages that this over the years, so this is definitely not the worst example I’ve come across.
There’s no fake testimonials and he does explain what it’s about. So at least you have some idea about what you’re getting yourself into before you buy.
The other good thing is that this is a product sold through ClickBank. Which means if you do buy the product for $7, you are eligible for a full refund within 60 days.
Anyways, read on to learn more about what this is about and how it works..
How Does Club Shanghai Work?
The way this ‘system’ works is by leveraging a messenger app called WeChat.
WeChat was created in China in 2011, and is China’s most popular messaging app with almost a billion users.
It is similar to Facebook messenger in that people in China use it to connect with one another socially. And naturally there’s also a way for marketers to exploit this for profit purposes thanks to advances in technology.
So in other words, Club Shanghai is all about WeChat marketing.
I don’t personally have any experience with this method of marketing so I can’t say for sure either way how worthwhile it is. But I do know of many marketers who leverage the Facebook messenger app with great results.
Either way, there’s a few things I want to point out here…
First of all, regardless of the marketing method you are using, you are not going to plug into a system and start generating $100,000’s within a dozen clicks. This is pure BS- plain and simple.
Second of all, this is going to cost you a fair bit more than you may think. The first $7 is just the beginning, after you buy there are hundreds of dollars worth of upsells which you should factor in if you want to do this.
Third, like any marketing method of this nature, you will need a budget for advertising. Unless you plan on spending a LOT of time individually prospecting everyone you come across on WeChat, you’ll need to fork out some cash for tools and ads.
There are no ‘secret methods’ or ‘shortcuts’ to making money online. This is a gimmick and it’s one many vendors within the ‘make money’ space use to convince people to buy.
So while this may be a viable marketing method, it’s not as easy as it may sound.
Verdict – Is Club Shanghai a Scam?
Club Shanghai is not a scam because you are getting access to real training for your money. And this could potentially result in you earning some revenue down the road if you apply what you learn.
However, the sales pitch is your typical overhyped nonsense, so take this with a grain of salt.
If you join this expecting to be making tons of money at the click of a mouse, you are going to be very disappointed. Earning real money online is the result of working hard and being consistent. This will never change.
You also need proper tools, training and support if you want result. Something you are simply not going to get for $7, which is why there are upsells and the true cost of this is a lot higher than the entry fee.
Either way I don’t consider this a scam, but I’m not recommending it either. What you decide to do is up to you, but that’s my take, hope it helps!
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