Welcome to my review of Fast Cash App.
This is a new ClickBank product that promises to help you make “$22,750 in your first week”. And apparently all it takes is “25 minutes and 14 clicks”.
I’ve review 100’s of programs on this site over the years, so I can safely say this is pure hype. And it’s probably one of the most extreme examples of hype I’ve seen in a while.
In any case, I decided to take a closer look to see what this is all about…
Fast Cash App Review
I came across this site (fastcash.click) via a super spammy email from some random person. Basically saying I needed to visit this site to ‘retrieve my payments’.
From that email alone I knew this would lead me to some ‘hypey’ make money online site. Which was confirmed the moment I landed on the sales page and read the headline…
You could earn up to $22,750 in your first week starting today in under 25 minutes and 14 clicks.
This is incredibly misleading.
Without a doubt, this is the most extreme example of BS hype I’ve seen in a while now.
There is absolutely NO way anybody is going to pay $37 for access to a system that generates over $22k per week within the first week. Which works out to over $88,000 per month.
And according to the sales page- you do almost no work to make that money!
To be honest this sort of insane hype is insulting to a persons intelligence. The people running this clearly have ONE goal in mind- making a sale off of you.
As someone who has reviewed hundreds of programs and earns a full time income online, I know this pure bullshit. Earning money online is totally possible, but it takes work, effort and persistence.
It certainly doesn’t happen at the push of a button or by using some ‘secret trick’ as this site claims.
Anyways, the video goes on to talk about how much money others are making with the system. But provides absolutely zero proof of this.
The spokesperson is literally just rattling off names of ‘people’ who are supposedly making tons of money with the system. Which is something anyone can do so I am not buying this at all.
I’ve seen enough at this point to know that this ‘system’ is no different to many other scammy programs I’ve come across over the past few years of running this blog. Such as Fast Profits Online or Million Dollar Replicator for example.
All these sites do is make insane promises, and leave you very disappointed.
How Does Fast Cash App Work?
The way Fast Cash App works is by first of all sending you a SPAM email.
It doesn’t matter how accurate, truthful or ethical the email is, as long as it gets you to click the link and visit the sales page.
And if you do click the link and land on the sales page, you’ll see a bunch of misleading hype about making lots of money at the push of a button. In other words, your classic “get rich quick” hype.
Unfortunately, sites like this target people who are desperate to make money quickly.
Often people who are scraping by just to pay the bills and look after the needs of their family. And because these sales pages are created by professional marketers, they do a good job at convincing these folks to buy on impulse.
In any case, some people will click on the “start my 60 day risk free trial” button.
At which point the following two things will happen:
- You will enter your name and email into the popup (so they can SPAM you with more offers down the road)
- You will be taken to the ClickBank order screen to buy this product for $37
The whole “start your trial” thing is because ClickBank (the third party marketplace facilitating the sale) offers customers a 60 day refund. ClickBank is actually legit, but this is not a ‘trial’. You are buying this product and you can request a refund within 60 days of purchasing.
In any case, the moment you buy you are hit with 3 upsells:
- 1st upsell – Fast Cash 2.0 ($197.00)
- 2nd upsell – Fast Cash Pro ($177.00)
- 3rd upsell – Fast Cash Social ($97.00)
So right off the bat there’s almost $500 in hidden upsells, and this is unfortunately very common within the make money online space.
You think you are getting access to some ‘amazing’ system when in reality you are just being sold a generic training on ways to earn money online, along with a bunch of higher priced offers that are no better.
So to sum it up.. this system works by using extreme hype to sell you $100’s worth of generic digital info products on ‘making money online’. And then uses your email to send you more and more offers down the road, which are going to be just as bad (if not worse).
Verdict – Is Fast Cash App a Scam?
On one hand, Fast Cash App is not a scam because you do get some ‘training’ for your money which may help a complete newbie learn some basics about starting an online business. And there’s a 60 day refund policy which means you can get your money back after buying.
On the other hand, the sales material is incredibly misleading in my opinion.
There is absolutely no way this system will help you make $22k per week. In fact, I doubt that anyone who buys this will make so much as a single dime.
Building ANY real online business requires time and effort. And that’s after you get your hands on proper tools, training and support to build your business. Which this ‘system’ does not provide.
What this really is, is a ‘shiny object’.
This is something that appears to be awesome and tells you exactly what you want to hear, all in an effort to make money off of you.
The people running this site don’t care about helping you or teaching you how to build a real online business. Rather, they just want to make as much money out of you as humanly possible.
That’s the reality of this, plain and simple.
What you decide to do is totally up to you, but I obviously won’t be recommending this.
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