EZ Cash Creator helps the user slip solicitation in Facebook under the radar, shadowed by emotion-driven content from current events to hide the solicitation.
EZ CASH CREATOR, Product Overview
Inflated advertising for the EZ Cash Campaign is expected to bring a windfall of sales. Is it worth it?
The Good & the Bad
1. Easy to use.
4. What’s said inside the product contradicts the promotional materials.
- Use of Banners
- Deceptive Advertising
- False Premises
- Under the Radar Marketing.
- Appeals to Emotion. Sensational, Acting
- CoolHandle Required Hosting?
Who is EZ Cash Creator For?
This product’s intended audience are the computer & Internet illiterate out there who have not had any exposure to marketing on the Internet but are looking for opportunities. This product will appeal to many folks who are not attuned to sensationalism for what it is. The sensationalism found in the promotional materials is not anywhere near what it is inside the program.
Any person who has had some experience with advertising and marketing will stay clear of this, and other products like it.
EZ Cash Creator Tools & Training
Information about the tools and training here.
EZ Cash Creator Support
The support offered with the product. Is there a community, forum, personal support, do the owners support it.
EZ Cash Creator Price
Description of the pricing, the levels of pricing, structing, upsells, etc
My Final Opinion of EZ Cash Creator
Description of the product goes here.
EZ Cash Creator at a Glance…
My firsthand experience with the tool is that it’s an inferior product and that its usefulness weighs in at less than the costs that come with it. This is what’s inside…
First thing I got hit with is a “special offer” advertising a free website purported to be worth $2,500 – and you get it for free. You just have to pay for the registration and hosting for the website.
For website creation, the offer contends that building a website takes a month and costs between $2,500 and $5,000 and that professional performing of SEO (getting the website optimized for the search engines) is another added cost of $5,000.
This is NOT true unless one is suckered into a deal like this without doing his/her homework!
Next, your new website will be given advertisements, placed “strategically” on it, making you money 24 hours, 7 days a week. You won’t have to sell anything to anyone and be making money, even when you sleep. It is very unclear by the training on the software how these websites are put together with the user’s specific interests in mind.
Your website will be optimized for the search engines. The video briefly explains in layman’s terms what SEO is. They go on to say that your site will be put together by trained technicians. The SEO for the site would normally cost over $5000. But today, they’re “throwing in for free.” They do it all and you don’t lift a finger.
How much do you think you will be making with this website? Well, here are some folks (shown below this paragraph) right here who have done it. The only problem is, they show three individuals with astronomical amounts they’ve made from this program. The problem is, at the time of this writing, this program isn’t even officially launched yet!
“Don’t bother spending too much time coming up with a domain name, you can always change it later.” Well, usually this can be done with any registrar, but it will cost money. Not sure what’s up here with this statement.
It goes on to explaining what web hosting is. Well, this needs to be dependable so the highly recommend “CoolHandle” (a web hosting company.) to make your “money-making empire run smoothly.”
They suggest a sign-up for a two-year package. How this affects the history of a website, as they say, is not know to me, whether it matters if one pays by the one-year or two-year or any other, as long as the site stays online regardless. They are equating being signed-up longer (an ambiguous statement here) with [it could be…]
1. signed up with them.
2. signed up anywhere.
What they want people to believe is that being signed up with CoolHandle is going to be a definite factor in search engine rankings.
The connection to hooking up with CoolHandle either isn’t available yet or the software has a glitch.
What’s In the Members Area?
Here’s a screen shot of the home page of the program. It’s simply an application similar to the early ebooks as they were before pdf files or better yet, a sort of mini browser. The menu items on the upper left are:
- Webinar Sign-Up
- Claim Website
- EzCashCreator Control
- Successful Campaigns
- Mastermind Group
- Contact Us
It has two adverts below the Main Menu, “Get Free Exposure from Page 1 of Google in Less than 7 Minutes (or less) Even for a Brand New Website! and below that one advertising malware-removal software. It offers a free scan but like many others like these, will cost money to actually clean what it finds.
On the right hand side, there is a video and four links below this. The video show the user how to navigate the platform. The training that’s in it has already been discussed above.
The four links are:
- Register for Webinar Training
- Get Your Free Professional Website
- Start Using EZ Cash Creator
- 24-hour Customer Support
Let’s check these out…
Step 1: Webinar Training
Note that there is to be an upcoming webinar. It is not clear whether this is a pre-recorded event made to look like a live event or whether it indeed is a live event. My only guess as to the numerous warnings of limited seating points to more upsells. This remains to be seen.
WARNING: Space is limited and these LIVE trainings always fill up because they are significantly better than the information others charge you thousands for… even though they are free.
The legal information link sends you to a new tab, at this time, right back to the same page.
The Webinar is free. You will just put your name and email into the form and book your seat.
Step 2: Professional Website
What you get here is a website that’s completely controlled by “specialists” who do the SEO, add the advertising and content to it, apparently from the work you do with the software. What I find quite disturbing about this is that the narrator assumes the reason the user has purchased the software is because he/she doesn’t know how to drive traffic to websites.
Ironically, the original promotional adverts do not even mention anything about what this thing is or does! This is further evident that the developer(s) here is targeting an inexperienced audience.
The video advertising the websites is vague on how the software relates to the websites.
Step 3: The EZ Cash Creator Software Itself:
Once inside the actual dashboard of the EZ Cash Creator itself, you are given two forms positioned vertically.
In the first we have:
Interstitial (ad) Page URL
Banner (Here you choose a file from your computer)
Banner Links to URL
A big red “Save” button
There are EDIT & DELETE buttons below.
What’s in the Video?
We have already covered the first four items in the Main Menu as they are repeated on the right hand side below the video.
Website: http://ezcashcreator.com/ (Site not live yet as of this review)
Owners: Travis Stephenson
$97, $77, $47
Overall Scam Rank: 5 out of 100