EZ Cash Creator Review

EZ Cash Creator boxI just bought the EZ Cash Creator software yesterday and had to wait quite a while before I could get access to my purchase.

I finally got access last night so I’m  going to go ahead and give you a complete review from my perspective as someone who has been making money online for the past 8 years.

If you’re checking out this EZ Cash Creator review after purchasing the product, then I’m sorry that I couldn’t reach you before but it would be helpful to other users if you shared your experience below in the comments section.

Before I get into the review though, a run down about the product.

Name: EZ Cash Creator
Owner: Travis Stephenson
Price: $49 but if you click away, you can get it for $29 and as low as $9.
Upsells: Yes – Done-For-You Campaigns @ $197 & EZ Traffic Creator @ $297
Availability: Unlimited (from Feb. 2nd 2014)

The product itself is a fill in the blanks online link generator with a twist.  It allows you to share funny and engaging articles from popular websites while having your affiliate page show as an interstitial/pop up over the website you just shared. This is all it does.

EZ Cash Creator software

“The Software”

However, from what I’ve seen on the sales videos, the hype, the sales process, the lies and manipulation and the type of offers, I’m calling this a scam that you would want to avoid at all costs.

I’ll also explain below why the software is a waste of time and wouldn’t deliver anywhere near the type of money that’s promised.

Why I Think EZ Cash Creator is a Scam

Firstly, I didn’t need access to the software to call this a scam. I’ve seen the same offer before with different names. It appears as though, these scammers hire the same people to write their video scripts and if it worked well the first time then it’s going to work again and again.

Watching the intro sales video for EZ Cash Creator reminded me of Make Money with Meghan which I wrote about 5 months ago.  Just like Meghan, the guy in this video found a secret method that only him and his “business partners” know about. He created this software that he wants to share with you. You won’t have to lift a finger but you’ll be able to bank hundreds of thousands of dollars in short spaces of time.

Still he won’t tell you what the software does or what it entails. He shows you all these screenshots of his bank account (probably fake) and his Clicksure account (money from all the people he scammed). The money most likely wasn’t made using his secret software and methods but he wants you to believe that it was. You have to actually pay to see what the software is all about.

Then there are the dubious testimonials from actors who probably have never even made a cent online. One guy who claims to have no previous experience, kept on saying that he made more money in a month than he made in the last 5 years working a 9 to 5. He went on to reveal the exact figure (who memorizes that kinda stuff?) which was said to be over $200,000.

$200,000+ in one month as a beginner!!?

As someone who has been making money full time on the internet for the past 8 years, I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt that this is flat out lying. There is no way to make that type of money online in such short time, with no previous experience but this is what they want you to believe so that you can buy their crappy EZ Cash Creator software.

The reason why EZ Cash Creator is a scam in my book is that they promise you something that will never be delivered.

Do I need to try the software to know that it’s a scam? The answer is no because they’re not selling software, they’re selling hopes and dreams and since that wouldn’t be realized then it’s a flat out scam.

What You Want to Hear vs. The Reality

If you were tempted to buy EZ Cash Creator but somehow decided to look for a review, then consider yourself lucky.

These guys are smart and know how to push your buttons and tell you what you want to hear.They will hide the reality from you because the reality is boring and you probably already know what it is anyway.

The scammers tell you that you can be lazy and the software will work for you to generate big numbers within a very short time span all with the push of a button. Who wouldn’t want that?

The reality is that you actually have to do work to make any substantial amount of money and it isn’t going to happen overnight. Meaning, you wouldn’t be making $200K in a month if you have no experience and certainly not with this software.

Yes the reality is not very sexy at all. The mansions, the Ferraris, the bank statements with the long numbers…

I’m a Beginner…Is This for Me?

I guess the people who are targeted by Travis Stephenson and his ruthless affiliates are beginners. If you’ve even come across these types of videos and maybe even bought one of these type of products then you know to stay away.

These things never end well.

EZ Cash Creator sounds like it would be perfect for the beginner but from what I saw in the members area, it’s only designed to suck your bank account dry.

EZ Cash Creator Members Area

“The Steps”

The members area consists of only an introduction video telling you what the software does and how to use it. They don’t tell you anything else about affiliate marketing or even train you on the basics.

If you’re a beginner and think this is going to work for you then you’re going to be so lost. I’m not sure what’s going to be shared in the webinar in Step 1 but maybe that is for the missing training. I’m however inclined to think that its for selling more stuff, either to upsell you or to sell you on other people’s programs.

The Step 2 should definitely be avoided. I call it the “Free” website scam. They tell you that you have a bonus free website that you need to have but you end up having to pay for hosting. This is a popular tactic used by these guys to squeeze money out of their customers and I’ve covered it before on this blog.

They’re going to offer you a free website from Coolhandle hosting which will run you anywhere from $90 to over $200. You can have web hosting for as low as $6.95 per month and the website building part is actually a couple of clicks.

The truth is that in order to use the software, you do not need a website. Confusing, because if you really want to build a long termed business online then you do need a website. But you need to know the basics first – which they don’t teach you.

Why You Should Not Buy EZ Cash Creator

Besides the fact that the software is not going to deliver on it’s promise of overflowing bank accounts, there are some other reasons why you should not buy EZ Cash Creator.

While going through the sales process, I encountered some pretty nasty tricks being employed that is making the internet marketing industry look really bad.

Quick summary:

  • Not giving you access to the members area immediately upon purchase
  • Offering discounts for the same product with the same features when you decline
  • Insulting you when you decline
  • Hiding the “No Thank You” link way down on the page
  • Not showing you the product but selling more dreams for high prices

The main offer is $49 if you fall for the tricks and buy immediately. When you decline you’re first offered it for $29 and finally for $9. If you buy for $49, you just got ripped off.

After getting the initial offer, they go immediately to upsell their second offer – 20 done-for-you campaigns for $197 which they end up knocking $100 off if you decline. Being the tricksters that they are, they tell you that if you stop the video, you may not get to access the members area.

Then they hide the “No Thank You” link way down on the page so it looks like you have no choice but to buy the product. Beware though because, if you take all the offers, you would be out over $500 for stuff that you vaguely know about.

The second offer, cleverly titled Step 2 is for something called the EZ Traffic Creator and that goes for $297 before they end up discounting it to $197. Again more lies and more sales tricks.

Whenever you decline an offer, the guy in the video starts insulting you saying things like “you have the nerve” and “you’re crazy” but he knocks the discount off anyway.

Build a Real Business Online

Ok, so I can’t leave you hanging because I know that you’re searching for a legitimate way to make money online and it would be unfair of me to say – “hey EZ Cash Creator is a scam” – then leave you to fend for yourself.

If you’re searching for a way to make money online then I would recommend learning the basics of affiliate marketing and building a website business that is going to grow and take care of you for years to come.

The best place available online at the present moment for you to do this is a site that I’m proud to be a member of called Wealthy Affiliate.  I’ve been a member there for the past 7 years and the community there is helpful and the owners are honest and down to earth guys who care about the interests of all members.

The best part is that it doesn’t cost you anything to get started  – you have full unrestricted access to everything you need to start a website business online even if you’re a total beginner.

I would like for you to join me over at Wealthy Affiliate where it’s safe from these EZ Cash Creator guys. You can check out my profile here and leave me a comment when you do sign up.

Read my full review of Wealthy Affiliate in which I share my experience.

Comments

  1. Daniel Euergetes says

    I went into this thing. There’s not much to it whatsoever, and even the programmer (who is purportedly the one doing the video on the little browser that comes with the software). Its pitifully scant training on this points to using dubious marketing methods to make money – one of these we know as “appealing to emotion.” This must be done to compensate for such a poor product. Without it, I’m afraid there would be no money at all made. The thing doesn’t cost much if you go through the rejection process and get it for $9, but many roads within it lead to more sales funnels – for more of the same kind of junk.

    I am very familiar with Wealthy Affiliate and here, you don’t see such insidious marketing used nor taught. I highly endorse and recommend Wealthy Affiliate myself!

    A great review and it’s spot on!

    • says

      Yeah I don’t see people making much money with this either. The output is horrible – the end user can’t even resize the ad window and I think most users will just click on the little x to get rid of it.

      You’re definitely not going to make much money using this “trick”. Better for users to learn how to build a real business online using methods that will last for longer periods of time.

      Thanks for the comment, Daniel.

  2. JP Derring says

    Thanks for such a honest review you just save me 49$. This ezcash creator software seems to be the worst if they hire fake actor to say its good.

    • says

      Glad I could help JP.

      It’s the first time I’ve caught anyone using fake testimonials but I’m pretty sure that it isn’t the first time anyone’s done it and it’s not going to be the last. They use actors all the time to tell their fake story anyway.

      EZ Cash Creator isn’t the worst product I’ve come across but for the marketing part it’s definitely up there.

  3. says

    It didn’t take your review to see these guys are using methods used for years now. That said I love reading so called reviews that are used to promote this crap. So this is a pleasant surprise..
    The only way to make money online is to spend time and money building a product that actually helps people

  4. ed says

    Oh, yeah. It took me a few days to get my login credentials. I thought it was an isolated incident. I bought it on the 7th of February, and after many emails back and forth with support, I was able to get in… On the 18th. I though mine was an isolated incident.
    Then, I created my first campaign, I guess you would call it, and the link it generated didn’t even work. I’m now waiting for tech support to get back to me about the issue. They got back to me once saying, “Can you be more clear to what need?” I don’t know about you, but I no spoke like dis. I replied, and now I’m waiting, ever so patiently.
    If you’re new to Internet / affiliate marketing. I’d steer clear.

    • says

      I’ve heard the complain about the delay with getting login credentials. Not a good thing if they want people to take them seriously. In any case, I agree with you – steer clear. It really isn’t worth it.

  5. Ardell (Dave) Diebold says

    Somebody tell me where this organization is located and how is the owner of it. I would like to contact the FBI soon about this organization if I cannot get my money back.

    • Ocie Moore says

      I have been trying to get a refund since Feb 6 2014 I have contacted their support at least 10 times.They just keep asking for the same info to process my refund. I contacted Click Sure that processed my payment.They are giving me the run around also. I got the following address from an email they sent me.I am not going to stop until I get my $49 back
      EZ Cash Creator
      PO Box 11591
      Fort Lauderdale, Fla 33339

      • ed says

        Hey. I hear you. The product sucks, and it never worked for me. I emailed clicksure, and they issued a refund to me. I just went into my account and verified it, as it was a recent thing. I hope this helps.

      • says

        If you have records of your communication with Clicksure, then you can take it to your bank so that they could see that you asked for a refund and was denied one. Your bank can then file a chargeback so that you can get your money.

        Chargebacks can hurt the vendor if they get too many. You could try “threatening” them with that action before going to the back to see if they give you a refund first.

  6. John Alexander Johnston says

    I tried to commit to this EzCash Creator for the $49.00 deal. Unfortunately all these bonuses are cash grabbing schemes. I find it a dishonest and deceitful way to manipulate the public to supposedly create an on-line source of income. These hidden costs are not mentioned until one commits to the program. I tried contacting their support, but the mail returns back to me because it can’t be found.
    Sincerely,
    John Alexander Johnston

    • says

      I really feel it for people who can’t get refunded. Clicksure (the payment processor) doesn’t care because they’re based in China so they feel sheltered from the FTC and the rest of the feds. The scammers know this fact and that’s why they’re using Clicksure network to run there crappy product launches. I suggest contacting your bank and try to get them to issue a chargeback.

  7. Greg Mignon says

    I purchased this product. It worked for a couple of days and then I could use ti
    because it would not connect to sever. This started the first week of Feb. I sent several support tickets and their reply was, we are working on this problem. It is now 8 weeks later and it still does not work. They keep closing out my support tickets with out fixing the problem. Do I think this is a scam, YES
    I have asked several times for a refund, NO REPLY

    • says

      Thanks for sharing your experience with EZ Cash Creator, Greg. These guys only care about making money for themselves with their fly by night software. Did you make any money during the couple of days that the product worked?

  8. Ebow says

    Thanks a Million for this Review!
    I believe this is the only review that has hit the nail right on the head!
    ALL OTHER REVIEWS THAT I HAVE READ UNTIL NOW, CONSTANTLY TEAM UP WITH THE SCAMMERS TO RECOMMEND AND SELL US RUBBISH!
    I was about to purchase the NO WEBSITE MILLIONAIRE. You Saved My Life!
    Let’s hear more ABOUT those GENUINE programs that work(MOSTLY FREE)
    Thank You

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