Company: Too Damn Easy
Current CEO: 'Q'
Startup Cost: $2000 +
What Is Too Damn Easy?
The first thing I noticed was the hype about getting rich and this guy rolling around in cash which led me to very clear conclusion this was less than legit from the get go. Personally I found it pretty hard to sit through the sales presentation, but in the interests of explaining things properly I went ahead and found out what TooDamnEasy.com was all about.
This is normally where I analyse the sales material and weigh up the promises being made by the owner of the program. That would be all good and well but there was no sales material.
There was literally this guy showing you some cash and he never shows you his face, gee I wonder why? I turned it off before the end because it was just that pathetic, and I have sat through a lot of very crappy sales videos so that’s saying something.
To sum it up this is what it was… “look at this cash everyone… money, did I mention my bank roll…oh no my cash stack fell over I’ll have to re-stack it!” Pretty sure I lost some brain cells just watching that rubbish. It explained nothing about the program other than showing you money.
How It Works
I had never even heard of cash gifting like this until his video so I guess I’ve learned one thing from master Q.
Yeah that’s this guys name… ‘Q’.
I typed Q into my browser and to my surprise I couldn’t find him anywhere! You’d think such an upstanding gift giver would be easy to find, but sadly no.
Ok enough with the shenanigans…
I typed in cash gifting into Wikipedia and it goes straight to pyramid scheme. I did some more research and it turns out that TooDamnEasy.com is pretty much the definition of a pyramid scheme.
This is what the FTC have to say:
Somehow these crafty little beggars are able to put these systems together in such a way that they avoid prosecution, so it remains active, for now. Rest assured there is no product to sell and money is only made by recruiting people into the same scheme.
So here’s the rundown of how this works:
- You sign up for either a 2k, 6k or 18k ‘dream pod’ cash gift to give away
- You pay a membership fee depending on which level you want to join, which is several hundred dollars.
- You get stupid looking spammy postcards to send to people to recruit them under you so they do the same thing and you make cash gifts yourself
There’s more detail to it than that but that is essentially what you are signing up for. The hard thing to believe with this is that the main marketing tools you are being given to get referrals is a POSTCARD.
Let that sink in for a minute people. It’s ok I’ll wait…
Has it sunk in yet?
You are paying this ‘expert’ thousands of dollars to join his little gifting club and the ONLY way you can make money is to recruit and you are given a postcard… wow! Behold the postcard this expert wants you to use…
If only I’d thunk of that… I’d be rich too!
The Funny Thing
The funny thing (and slightly sickening thing) is that it’s theoretically possible that he has made all this money, but I can almost guarantee you it was when he started this in the 90’s.
I find it near impossible to believe that someone would shell out thousands of dollars to join this system these days, I know I certainly wouldn’t.
By far the funniest and most ridiculous scam I’ve ever seen in my life, lol. Nothing worth achieving is ever ‘too easy’, avoid this like the plague if you want to keep your money where it belongs… in your bank account! Let me know if you have heard of any other laugh worthy schemes like this I’d be keen to hear your story. Cheers