Is Too Damn Easy a Scam? Or is it too damn risky?

Is it too damn risky - Is Too Damn Easy A Scam?

Is it just too damn Easy? That is probably the question you are here to find out the answer to.

This program is all about cash gifting. Sounds good? Well let’s take a look and see if Too Damn Easy is a scam and whether you can trust what you are told.

Here we go!

 

Summary

Product Name: Too Damn Easy

Website url: http://toodamneasy.com/

Price: $2000 – $18000

My Rating: 1 out of 5

My Recommendation: It is possible to make money with Too Damn Easy, but it’s too damn risky as far as I am concerned and too damn pricey. If you want to build a real home business that is risk free and totally free to start, try my no 1 recommendation. 

 

What is Too Damn Easy About?

Too Damn Easy is run by a guy called “Q”. Sounds Dubious huh? And it has been running since 1998. Well they must be doing something right then?

This program is all about a concept called Cash gifting which is not a new concept but one that has some concerns.

In a nutshell, if you join this program you will be sending people money (a min of $2000) in order for them to then do the same to someone else.

You can select how much you send. That depends on how much you have lying around. Anywhere between £2000 and $18000. Do YOU have this under your mattress and you just don’t know how to spend it. Well this could be for you!

 

How does it work?

So let’s say you want to get involved.

The idea is that you are ‘recruiting people to buy into the membership. This is called a membership, but essentially it’s just a payment. Your membership cost can be a one of 3 different levels. $2000, $6000 or $18000.

 

What is Too Damn Easy About

 

Once you have ‘joined, ie purchased your membership level, and spent your money, your intention is to get other people to do the same. There is some level of training on how you do this. And you are provided tools to help you get your recruits. In fact, the owner, the faceless ‘Q’ claims that he does all the marketing for you with the tools that he provides you with.

 

When you have convinced someone else to sign up for $2000, this cost (minus fees) will go to you. Every 5th Sale goes to the person who recruited you, or to Q (the owner). How easy do you think it will be to recruit 5 people to do this, even with automated tools?

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What happens when you hand over your money:

You get entered into the two step process:

Step 1

Once you sign up you get sent a 25 page e-book. This gives you details about the whole system, how it works, what you have to do and how you can make money.

Then you are asked to call a number which is just a repeat of the sales video telling you how much money you can make in 30 days.

Q uses over inflated numbers to get you excited about his program. He talks about hundred of people that have used his website making $100,000 a year. And this is for doing literally nothing. Well it is tempting of course. Who doesn’t want easy money, and he really plays on this!

Now if you have any experience in building a real online business, you will know that it takes time and effort to build something legitimate and that these get rich quick scams are just that, scams. If you believe that you will make $100,000 a year doing nothing then, please don’t, because it won’t happen. All that will happen is that you will waste your money.

 

Step 2:

You have to download what is called Qbox . This is a load of recordings which help you learn how to run your cash gifting business, plus some of the ‘automated tools’ that help you recruit people to buy into the business.

 

 

 

What is cash gifting?

I think a short outline of cash gifting would be relevant here.

As it sounds it is all about giving cash as a gift. Not to people you know, but to people that you recruit into the business. There is technically nothing illegal about it, BUT it can only be done if there is no intent to receive it back from the person you gave it to .

IN most cases there is no product or service that is providing any value to anyone, but in order to get around any laws, the product is cash. the service is cash gifting.

Too Damn Easy operates right on the border of legality in my opinion which is why I would never recommend this program!

 

Who is Too Damn Easy run by?

This was a big question for me and a big red flag.

I did some research into ‘Q’ and there was nothing to be found on him, he has no face and no name. Would you trust someone who has no persona with $2000. I know I wouldn’t! If you were proud of your company, if you had nothing to hide, you wouldn’t hide would you?

 

How much does it cost?

IN addition to your investment, or your cash gift of say $2000, you will be expected to pay ongoing marketing costs.

They recommend PPC as the best way to recruit customers. But if you didn’t know already, if not done properly with the right training, you can very quickly lose a lot of money with PPC. And let’s face it, asking people to spend $2000 is going to be a pretty tough task!

 

My verdict

This program is a borderline Pyramid Scheme.

Too Damn Easy ReviewTo keep it short the definition of this is that you are operating an MLM when you make money by recruiting others but there is no physical product. The lack of physical product is the grey area and how Too Damn Easy might be able to claim they get away with it by calling cash the physical product.

The risk of investing $2000 is way too high to even think about trying it in my opinion. I always say with any investment in online business, only invest what you can afford to lose. So maybe if you can afford to lose $2000, then go for it!

At some point someone will be the end of the line. And this could be you. Someone will be unable to recruit people into this program and will have invested $2000 or more to get in. Then they have lost. If that’s not you, then great, but I don’t like the idea of exploiting other people at such a rate.

In answer to my question, is Too Damn Easy a Scam, technically no it’s not.

But I most certainly wouldn’t recommend it. I can tell you I won’t be joining. Don’t get me wrong I am sure there are people who have made money with this program, but myself I wouldn’t want to invest the $2000 to get started. That is too much of a risk.

 

So what now?

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8 thoughts on “Is Too Damn Easy a Scam? Or is it too damn risky?

  1. MCNinja says:

    It’s hard to believe that programs such as these are still out there. 2000 dollars just to “give” it to someone else just for recruting you? Definite red flag!
    This has ponzi scheme written all over it. As soon as you mention “cash gifting” warning bells should be going off.
    Your absolutely right…when mlm’s offer no products and services and focus only on recruiting, it is nothing more than a pyramid.
    Hopefully well researched articles such as these will help other avoid these scemes and move towards a better way of earning money.

    • Ruth says:

      Thanks MCNinja for your comments. I am glad it was clear what I was trying to say. Stay away anyone, how hard do you think it will be to convince other people that you don’t even know to give away $2000. Near on impossible!

  2. Simon says:

    Hello Ruth,
    That is the first time I hear about “Q”. Something similar to his cash gifts I heard few years ago. I am not 100% sure, but what I remember that there was a list of bank accounts and you were supposed to send them amount X and then, you had to delete the last number and put yours on the top. Something like that.
    I think that it is not just a borderline, but regular Ponzi Scheme. Why? If you pay the money, but someone after you is not going to do it, you will lose them.

    • Ruth says:

      It’s certainly very dodgy! There is nothing safe about this, and what you describe is definitely a ponzi scheme. It’s almost like a chain letter what you are talking about. Bad stuff. Stay away!

      Thanks for leaving a comment.

  3. jazzy323 says:

    Another faceless program which promises the world but really doesnt deliver all the things it promises…also its a big red flag that you have to listen to a recording which basically recites all of the things you read when you pay for the program. well done on this review as it is very thorough

  4. Armand707 says:

    Hi Ruth

    First of all, I would like to say that your website is quite inspirational. Secondly, you are right about your review on Too Damn Easy being not recommended. One thing to note is that businesses are not “too damn easy” from the get-go to begin with. It takes time and A LOT of dedication for a business to thrive and grow.

    I would say that a business, let alone an MLM business, CAN be too damn easy once the businesses is up and running and after all the trials and tribulations have been met. Maybe the creator “Q” was getting ahead of himself when he started this program.

    Overall, I would like to thank you for this review and thanks for exposing those sites are seem or are “too good to be true”.

    Armand

    • Ruth says:

      Thank YOU for your lovely comments Armand. I am flattered. And I am happy to have helped with my review. Those are the alarm bells right there. It’s all in the name as you say. Nothing is too damn easy. Escpecially not setting up a profitable online business.

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