The Easy Marketers Club appears to be an amazing opportunity.
When in fact, it’s the latest product from a guru with a long history of low quality products.
As you will see in this review, there’s some very real risks to consider before spending your hard earned money on this.
Easy Marketers Club Review
Supposedly some kind of money making website however, we are not given any tangible information about this before being expected to hand over credit card info.
I personally already know how to build money making websites and given what I found during my research, there’s no way I was buying into this.
The website (www.theeasymarketersclub.biz) launched in December 2015 with Craig Hammer being the listed owner. Hammer also owns Tim Marketing Inc. which is associated with a number of now defunct programs including:
The website claims to give you the ability to make $1000’s per day with little-no effort by simply plugging into this ‘invite only’ club. He tells people they’ve been ‘selected’ to take part and only a limited number get access to this.
That really is just marketing hype, nothing more. There is absolutely no limit on how many people can join thisI can assure you.
I also noticed one of the slides in the video states that we are ‘getting access to his old ‘Instant Income Producer’ product.
Here’s a screenshot:
It looks as if this is just a re-hashed version of an old system, one with a less than great history at that.
Complaints & Sketchy Reviews
Every product I’ve seen this guy come into contact with is ether no longer operational, has tons of bad reports or both.
For example this is just one complaint from the BBB website:
The only good reviews are coming from affiliates who stand to gain when you purchase through them. There is a number of fake review/ fake news websites promoting this product which is another huge red flag.
Proof This Is a Scam
There are actually 3 other versions of this domain in operation:
Here’s a screenshot from one of these:
Each of them are promoting Hammer’s system and define it as a well known link posting scam as shown below…
There are MANY versions of these fake link posting job websites floating around and they all promise people big dollars for ‘posting links’ which is nothing short of an outright lie. I’ve exposed many of them and it appears that Hammer is selling the same thing.
Fun Fact: the majority of these link posting scams are also priced at $97 and vaguely promise people some kind of ‘money making website’.
The funny thing is, the three domain variations above are now linking to another landing page promoting Online Wealth Markets, a binary options scam. This is despite ‘reviewing a totally different’ program. What a mess!
The Hidden Charges
After looking at the terms page I noticed a disclosure about charges of $14.95 per month after signing up:
Here’s the thing… this is not mentioned anywhere on the sales page OR in the payment screen!
That is absolute proof of the kind of con artists we are dealing with here. There is absolutely no excuse at all for this kind of behaviour and I wouldn’t be surprised if this website gets shut down in the not too distant future as a result of this behaviour.
How Safe Is The Payment Portal?
The payment processor they use is known as Click Better which appears to have a fair few complaints. People are reporting that they have been unable to obtain refunds and have been the recipients of unauthorised charges.
I’m personally not the biggest fan of handing out my credit card info to a company that has this many bad reviews.
As Seen On… Nothing
A common tactic used by scammers like this is to pretend to have some kind of ‘backing’ or ‘credibility’ from well known news networks.
I cannot say this enough: they have absolutely ZERO affiliation with any reputable companies and if you scroll dow to the bottom of their page they admit this in their legal disclaimer.
They do this to boost their credibility which ultimately means more unsuspecting people buying without doing their homework.
What I Liked
What I Didn’t Like
- Deceptive hype marketing telling people they’ll quickly and easily make push button riches
- Directly linked to a network of scam websites
- Many complaints and bad reviews
- People report not even being able to access the product
- Little-no product support
After looking into this I’m not convinced it delivers value for money or teaches people how to make money online.
Anyone claiming everything is going to be super easy and push button and using the kind of marketing tactics they do is clearly not out to help people. Their goal is to make as much money as they can, which often means calling and emailing people repeatedly after the sale trying to convince them to ‘upgrade’ or buy some high ticket coaching course.
A lot of these websites are known for selling the personal information members provide them. Unfortunately, this makes unethical marketers a lot of money and is very common. I can’t say for sure if this program is doing this but it is certainly possible.
I do not recommend this. There are far better and more legit products out there than this.