Crazy Money Online Review – SCAM or Legit Way to Make Crazy Money?

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Crazy Money Online is supposedly about building an online business. It’s capitalizing on the earn-as-you-sleep slogan (passive income) so you'll get excited and buy it. But is it even legit?  

Crazy Money Online Official Site

I'll be honest, when I hear someone say you can make a lot of money with a “copy & paste” method, my first thought is it's a scam. It has to be right? 

Just about anyone can copy & paste, so if it's that easy (and just about anyone can do it)… why would they pay hundreds of dollars when someone would gladly do it for pennies.

In fact, it's the 2020's! There's probably a cheap software that'll copy & paste all day, everyday (and do it faster than any human can). 

Look, I don't want to jump to conclusions here. All I'm saying is that my first impression is Crazy Money Online is a scam. But lets find out, because I'm extremely skeptical that you'll be making money as you sleep with this system (or even when you’re awake).

In this review, I'm going to talk about what Crazy Money Online is, how it works and why I have my doubts it'll work for you. 

Here are the specific topics I'm going to cover…

  • What is Crazy Money Online?
  • Is Crazy Money Online a Scam?
  • How Does Crazy Money Online Work?
  • What I Like About Crazy Money Online
  • What I Don’t Like
  • Where Do You Go From Here?

Disclaimer:
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Crazy Money Online. This review has been researched with information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info

What Is Crazy Money Online?

According to their site, Crazy Money Online is a money-making system that will help you build your own online business. They claim that you can make hundreds (and even thousands) of dollars within days or weeks.

You know what that sounds like? It sounds like a get-rich-quick scheme (aka… a scam). I’ll tell you more about how Crazy Money Online works in a minute.

But first, just a few fun facts 🙂 

Crazy Money Online was officially registered on August 1, 2019. It’s around 6 months old at the time of this writing.

Crazy Money Online Registration Date
Source: WhoIs

The next bunch of fun facts we need to explore are the inconsistency and red flags. 

As I mentioned above, their claim of easy money while you sleep makes me a little skeptical (a lot skeptical actually) so the first thing I'll do is dig around and see if there are any obvious signs that Crazy Money Online is scam. 

Is Crazy Money Online a Scam?

On a scale of 1 to 10… where 1 is 100% legit and 10 is 100% a scam, a lot of make money systems fall into the middle.

They're not necessarily flat-out scams that rip you off and give you nothing, but they also don't live up to their promise. Some would argue that a scam is scam. If they're lying about anything, it's a scam.

It’s too early into this Crazy Money Online review to say they're a flat out scam. Having reviewed hundreds of systems like this, my guess is that it's somewhere in the middle. It might provide a little value, but it won't come close to delivering on it's promise.

So, let's uncover some of the red flags I found about this product.

Red Flag #1 – False Scarcity Technique

If you’ve been to the Crazy Money Online site, you probably saw a countdown timer. 

This is a bit of a cheap marketing tactic commonly used to sell products by making you think they are scarce. 

Crazy Money Online Fake Scarcity
False Scarcity (Source: Crazy Money Online Site)

While the fake scarcity method itself is not a scam, a lot of scammers use this technique to influence unsuspecting people to buy their products without much thought (scammers abuse everything).

Also, in the case of Crazy Money Online, they’re selling a digital product. Something you download. 

It’s not a physical product they can run out of. It just isn't. 

It's also not a product that comes with personal coaching in which someone's time is limited. They claim to offer email support, but that's entirely different than a product that is limited because of someone's time. 

So saying there are only 12 copies left (or whatever number the counter shows) is complete BS. 

I consider false scarcity a quick red flag, which is why I consciously take my time to decide when I see these things. Since you're reading this review, you're probably like that too. And it'll save you from a lot of scams.

And just to be certain, I went back to Crazy Money Online's site a couple days later and the countdown timer was exactly the same. 

To be clear, this is not a smoking gun that proves it's scam, but it is a little shady. 

And there is a specific reason I'm looking for signs of honesty (or dishonesty in this case) because here's the thing about Crazy Money Online…

You can't see the product before you buy it. 

I'll say that again (and it's something to think about as we go through this list of red flags and uncover some serious dishonesty).  

You can't see the product before you buy it. You don't really know what it is, how it works, or even if it's something you want to do even if did work. In fact… I'm going to call this red flag #2.

Red Flag #2 – Crazy Money Online is a Secret

When was the last time you bought something without knowing what it was? 

We see this all the time with make-money-online products. There is a secret locked behind a door and you have to pay to see it. But that's not how making money online works. 

You should never buy something unless you know what you're buying (and I'm pretty sure you don't because that's not how we normally buy things).

As you go through your month you've got a mortgage or rent to pay. You have bills, you have groceries, a car payment along with fuel and maintenance costs. You may have money you spend on dining, entertainment, clothes, your education, your kids and so on…

At no point are you just throwing money away blindly on those things. You know exactly what you're buying. 

When you go into a book store, you can look through the books before you buy them. 

Buying Crazy Money Online is like giving the grocery store cash for bags of groceries and not knowing what's inside. 

Actually, buying Crazy Money Online is worse than that. At least with groceries you can see the bags have something inside. You might not know what the exact items are, but you know there is food in there.

But more importantly… your local grocery store probably hasn't given you a reason not to trust them. 

With Crazy Money Online though (as you'll see with these red flags)… there are many reasons (like false scarcity) they shouldn't be trusted.   

Look, when you're dealing with anything online, especially when it involves making money, trust is hard to come by. 

At the very least, you should look for things that don't cost money. Or at least things that let you try before you buy. 

For example, if you're just looking to make a little money online, survey sites like surveyjunkie.com and swagbucks.com won't make you rich, but they're an easy way to get started online for free.

They can also be a stepping stone to something more serious like an online business

You may be at home because of difficulties with your health for example, or young ones to look after. 

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

Red Flag #3 – Catchy Pricing Technique

The maker of Crazy Money Online employs great marketing techniques – this time, on their pricing.

As you can see in the screenshot below, their mid-price package is just a filler. We all know it makes more sense just pay an additional 1 dollar to get the whole package, right?

Crazy Money Online Pricing Technique
Source: Crazy Money Online

Just like the fake scarcity tactic above, Crazy Money Online’s pricing strategy can’t be called a scam. In fact, a lot of popular fast food chains use this marketing technique to upsell their products (you can upsize your medium-size drink to a large one for a few cents in some cases). 

But I included their pricing technique as a red flag in this Crazy Money Online review because it adds fuel to the fire, and when you read further you'll know what I mean. 

There isn't necessarily one thing that says they're a scam (although the next red flag is about as close as it gets), it's the sum of their lies that puts their entire outfit into question.

Red Flag #4 – Fake Testimonials

This one is VERY interesting. At the time of this review, Crazy Money Online has about 10 testimonials on their site (I’m sure they’ll come up with more in the coming days). But get this: they are fake.

How do I know? Great question…

I’ll give you a few examples (with proof below).

Let’s first talk about Maria Voorhees (screenshot below). According to her testimony on the Crazy Money Online site, she’s making $216 per day with their system.

But you know what, she's not real.

As you'll see below, the image of Maria Voorhees (or whoever she is) turns up on many websites. 

Crazy Money Online Fake Testimonials

In the next screenshot, you’ll also see her as Cameo Advertising’s Jodi Ramsey.

Crazy Money Online Fake Testimonials Cameo
Source: Cameo Advertising Site

And that's not all…

In the next image (below), her name is Crystal on Irazoo's website.

Crazy Money Online Fake Testimonials Irazoo
Source: Irazoo Site

Maria Vorhees of Crazy Money Online is clearly a fake. 

And then there’s David Carter… he highly recommends the product in his testimonial.

But again, when I checked on Google (you can’t hide anything from Google), a lot of image matches show up.

This picture of David Carter is just another stock photo being used on multiple websites, there’s no doubt about it.

Crazy Money Online Fake Testimonial

I even found the same photo on LinkedIn as someone named Nick Anderson.

Actually, this is a little weird because the company name is Nick Anderson Photography with 2 employees each named Nick Anderson. That’s a lot of Nick Andersons in 1 place (LOL). 

But seriously, this guy is also supposed to be Crazy Money Online’s David Carter? I don't think so… 

Crazy Money Online Fake Testimonial LinkedIn
Source: LinkedIn

Oh, and to show you that the image is 100% stock photo material, I just found him again on Pexels (a stock photography website).

When I searched free photos of a smiling guy, guess who came up?

Yep… David Carter (or his picture) was one of the results. As a stock image on a site that supplies free photos, literally anyone can use this person's photograph and turn it into a testimonial saying anything they want. 

Crazy Money Online Fake Testimonial Pexels
Source: Pexels

So I'm not buying any of these testimonials. 

To make sure we're being fair though, let's look at another one… Adella Thresher.

According to his Crazy Money Online testimony, their system (ebook) can make you a lot of money and he even says Crazy Money Online will provide you with assistance if you have any issues.

I don't believe him because again, a simple Google search reveals that his image is also a stock photo (which makes his testimonial fake).

Crazy Money Online More Fake Testimonials

I went to the Unsplash free stock photo site and guess what, I found Adella Thresher’s photo (or whoever he is) there as well…

You can even see a cute doggie included in the results (lol), but the point here is that he’s not someone named Adella Thresher. 

Crazy Money Online More Fake Testimonials
Source: Unsplash

I must say, I had originally planned on buying Crazy Money Online to see what was inside… but when I discovered all their testimonials were fake, I pulled the plug on that decision. 

When you're reviewing make money online products, you're often in a position of having to buy something before you know exactly what it is. If everything checks out and you can confirm there actual REAL PEOPLE recommending the product, I may take a chance on it. 

I'll still have my doubts, but at least I know there's something there.

Now that I know Crazy Money Online's testimonials are 100% fake, I'd be crazy to give them my money online

Ah-ha! That's why it's called Crazy Money Online 😀

Please note that at the time of this review, Crazy Money Online doesn't have a Privacy Policy. 

That's weird just for a simple blog… never mind what's supposed to be a legit business. 

A privacy policy is legally required of all websites to let their users know how their information is being used by the site.

Google has a Privacy Policy. This site has a Privacy Policy, and any legit business has one. 

But Crazy Money Online doesn’t have one. 

They’re not telling you how they’ll use your information/data (which you’ll give them when you purchase their product and use their site). For all you know, they could sell your personal information to third parties and even fraudsters who data mine email/password combinations to hack accounts.

You could get spammed, hacked, and have your money and identity stolen.  

This takes Crazy Money Online into new territory. A scam that takes your money is one thing. The potential of having your personal information being sold to scammers is something else.​

I'm not saying that's what they'll do, but with no legal documentation on their site, along with the lies we already know they're telling us, it's a serious possibility. 

Red Flag #6 – There’s No Money-Back Guarantee

So we've already talked about spending money on something when you don't even know what it is. 

That's risky enough. 

But then we uncovered some serious lies and false claims that Crazy Money Online is making. 

Based on those two facts, I cannot recommend Crazy Money Online. But it gets worse…

There are no declared owners here, no confirmed history (they don’t even have an “About” page… not that I'd believe it even if they did, knowing they're lying about the other things). 

And then we get to the fact that Crazy Money Online is not sold through any of the reputable marketplaces (like Clickbank and ClickBetter for example) which means there are no dispute mechanisms if you're unsatisfied with the product.

With legit marketplaces, your purchases are at least backed by a 30 or 60 day money-back guarantee. But that’s not the case with Crazy Money Online.

If you find that you’re not happy with Crazy Money Online (or realize you’ve been scammed) and want a refund, where would you go? Who would talk to?

We don’t know who the owner of Crazy Money Online is and they don’t even have any contact information on their site (at least not currently… maybe they will at the time you're reading this review). 

So is Crazy Money Online a scam?

In my opinion the red flags speak for themselves. At the very least, they are far from being 100% legit. I'd personally call them a scam just based on the fact the're misrepresenting their product with things like fake testimonials. 

There is a slight possibility they have a legit product behind their paywall and they're being overly aggressive with their marketing to convince you to buy it. 

But here's the thing…

We don't know that. And based on what we do know, there is a real possibility their purchase page is only designed to steal your credit card information, PayPal password etc. so in my opinion, the risk is too great. Which is why I didn't buy it to try it. 

How Does Crazy Money Online Work?

As I mentioned above, I didn't buy Crazy Money Online. And I shared the reasons why. I don't trust them with my credit card information. There are serious red flags here.

Having said that, I have seen systems like this before.

According to the Crazy Money Online site, all you need to do is purchase their product to get their training and tools (which is really just an ebook).

Crazy Money Online How it Works
Source: Crazy Money Online Site
Crazy Money Online Features
Source: Crazy Money Online Site

They’ll teach you about using a copy and paste method and you’re supposed to make passive income (earn while you sleep) of $200 to $500+ per day. But we already established that it’s too good to be true, right? 

Look, I've been doing this a long time (making money online) and reviewing products like this for a long time as well. I've yet to find a legit system that will give you easy passive income. 

Yes, you can earn passive income online. This site earns passive income. But not by using some overnight copy and paste method. In my opinion (and my experience), that claim is ridiculous

And let's not forget all the red flags we already uncovered.

Looking at their features (which really don’t say much), we can only guess what Crazy Money Online is REALLY about.

My best guess and what I've seen many times before, is that Crazy Money Online is selling cheap PLR (Private Label Rights) content. 

PLR content can be purchased for as little as a few bucks if you know where to get it, which gives you the resale rights to other people's content. Usually what you do is pay for a membership (which costs an average of a hundred bucks depending on the site you use) and that will give you access to tens of thousands of articles, ebooks, videos, software etc. that you can relabel and sell as your own. 

PLR Content Scammers Use
PLR Content (Source: IDplr)

PLR content can be legit. One example would be an educational institution where specific distribution rights are required by the school, teacher etc. So companies like IDplr are 100% legit. 

However, in many cases, PLR content ends up being outdated material that the original creator could no longer sell as a stand alone product (or it never sold in the first place), so they just sell the rights to it and let other people do what they want with it. 

And some of those people are scammers who come up with gimmicks like Crazy Money Online. 

I know I said it earlier, but I don't recommend paying for something you're not certain of. 

You can make money without spending money by doing things like online surveys.

Market research companies like Survey Junkie are a simple way to get paid for your opinion. Swag Bucks is another site that pays for doing things you may be doing online anyway, like searching the web, watching videos and visiting websites. 

And I need to be clear… you won't be able to retire by doing online surveys. That's not what they are. But if you've never made money online before, they can be a good place to start.

For something more significant, an online business may be what you're looking for.

Making money from home might be something you need because of medical issues, children to look after, or maybe you're just tired of working for a boss. 

If that’s the case, knowing how (and where) to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

What I Like About Crazy Money Online

If Crazy Money Online were legit, I'd say what's not to like?  

Copy & Paste and then make money while you sleep? Count me in!

Unfortunately, there are far too many red flags here for them to be considered legit, so there isn't anything I can honestly say I like about Crazy Money Online.  

What I Don't Like

  • Crazy Money Online has all the signs of being a scam. ​
  • Fake testimonials.
  • False scarcity.
  • You have no idea WHAT you're buying, or WHO you're buying it from. 

Where Do You Go From Here?

The red flags in this review are loud and clear: They point to Crazy Money Online being a scam.

At the very least, they erode your trust enough that it would be risky (if not dangerous) to give them your money. For that reason I can't recommend it. 

As mentioned earlier… you probably wouldn't go into a store and buy something without knowing what you were buying. But that's exactly what Crazy Money Online is asking you to do. 

They want you trust them, but they've given you no reason to trust them (in fact, just the opposite).

With Crazy Money Online, they’re just full of promises (lies). They’re promising something great, something delicious and mouth watering. But they won’t tell you what it is…

In my experience, anything legit will give enough information so that you can make an educated decision.

Crazy Money Online is full of hype and so-called secrets, asking to give money blindly to a website with a questionable reputation…

Nope. No deal.

Now, that doesn't mean making money online is impossible. It's just not as easy as copy & paste. 

You might be a student in school or a single parent at home. You may have health challenges that make regular work difficult, or maybe you just hate your job and you’re desperate for a way out.

If that's the case, an online business is what you want. 

With all the scams and schemes out there though, knowing how and where to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

If you're just looking for a simple way to make some extra spending money, online survey and get-paid-to sites are good way to get started. 

Sites like Survey Junkie will pay you for your opinion and Swag Bucks offers rewards for doing things like watching videos, visiting websites and searching the web.  

Of course they won't make you rich, but if you've never made money online before, they can be a good first step to bigger things down the road. 

I hope my Crazy Money Online review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with Crazy Money Online, please share in the comments section below.

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