Welcome to my Club Cash Fund Review.
One of the questions that we are going to answer today is if the Club Cash Fund is a scam or not.
We wouldn’t want to join a program that we spend a lot of time and money on for it to get shut down a few months later due to bad business decisions or non-compliance reasons.
We are going to take the time to research and review the information about the Club Cash Fund company, the products, and the compensation plan to see how everything works and to see how legit it is.
We decided to take a closer look due to the social interest that we started to see in the websites that we follow online.
With that said, let’s dig in and see what we can learn about this opportunity.
Club Cash Fund Review – What Is It?
Club Cash Fund is another “mailbox money” affiliate marketing program where you are required to send cash through the mail to an address to join, then once you are confirmed, you can then refer others to the opportunity which they will have to send cash through the mail to join as well.
Many reviewers are claiming that this type of opportunity is a cash gifting scam, but there are some things to consider that might make it more legitimate due to the aspects of the program that I will share with you below.
Or, maybe it won’t…
Either way, let’s find out together.
The Company Overview
One of the things that we like to see or learn about is the actual owner of the company.
This gives us the ability to find out more about their background and experience, which will tell us more about the commitment they will have towards the current company.
One of the things to take note of when we tried to access the company website, it was blacked out with access only granted by knowing your sponsor’s username.
Then, after you get past that step, you still need to enter your name and email address to gain access.
With that said, we were unable to find any information about who runs or owns the Club Cash Fund opportunity on the company website, but we did find out through a promotion where John (Chad) Stalvey is listed as the founder.
We did do a domain name lookup and here is the information that we found:
- The domain name “clubcashfund.com” was registered on 10-26-2018.
- The domain name was privately registered.
There was no additional information that we were able to find with the domain name lookup research we have done.
Some of the companies that we have found Chad been involved with in the past include:
- Infinite Leverage System
- Numis Network
- Finish Line Network
- Traffic Authority
The time frame that he was involved with the opportunities above is not in sequential order.
One of the strange things that we found a bit strange was the fact that Chad doesn’t really want his name associated with his company for some reason.
With that said, that is all of the information that we found about the company information.
Let’s continue to the next section.
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What Products Does Club Cash Fund Offer?
In this section of the review, we are going to take a look at the products that Club Cash Fund offers.
There are actually no retail products for sale that a customer can purchase without having to join the opportunity.
Now, if you decide to join the Club Cash Fund opportunity, you will receive:
- A back office
- The company sent letters to all of your prospects that will instruct them on how to join
- A Lead manager to keep track of all of your leads
- Capture Page coded to you to generate leads
- A Sales Page coded to you to generate sales
- Your link will also be put on the company mailing rotator
And, of course, the opportunity to earn money through the compensation plan that the company offers.
With that said, let’s move onto the next section.
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How Does The Club Cash Fund Compensation Plan Work?
In this section of the review, we are going to go over how the compensation plan works, and how you can make money with the Club Cash Fund opportunity.
The first thing that I want to cover is how to get started which is important.
So, how do you get started?
The first thing that will happen is that one of the affiliate members will get in contact with you in some way and share with you their personal link that every member gets but is coded to them.
Here is an image of the website you will see…
You need to enter your name and email to get access to the sales page.
Once the prospect fills out this information, the member will have access to it in their back office.
When you arrive at your sponsor’s sales page which will look like the first big image above, you will watch the video and then you can hear from other member’s experiences with the program through another video.
On that same page, you will be presented with a “Step 1” which will be to call the 1-888 number where you will listen to a complete overview of how the company works and why you should join.
The last step in the process will be to fill out your information in a form on that same page to request your free starter kit.
The form will require you to enter your name, email, and where you live.
It will also include a checkbox to make sure you have the $80 to join, and that you are agreeing to join under your referring member.
After they fill out this information, the member will have access to it through their back office as well.
Here is an image of what that looks like:
The system will then send out the kit to the person that requested it.
Once that requesting prospect receives their kit which is a letter and instructions on how to get started along with another sales letter, that prospect will need to send out $80 to the address located listed on the letter.
Once the company receives the payment, the new prospect will then be confirmed as a member and receive access information on how to log in to their Club Cash Fund back office.
And that is how you join.
How Do You Get Paid?
Once the company receives the payment from your prospects, the company will then send you your commissions in cash through the mail to your address for the sales you’ve made.
How Does The Compensation Plan Work?
As I mentioned above, the cost to get started as an affiliate member where you can recruit others to earn commissions is a one-time $80 fee.
The prospect will have to mail their payment in cash to the company address.
The owner or the people he has helping him will then divide this payment into 4.
Here is the breakdown:
- You – You earn $20 for every personal sale.
- Your 1st Upline Member – This upline member will earn $20.
- Your 2nd Upline Member – This upline member will earn $20.
- The Company – The company will earn $20 for the admin fee and cost to mail out kits to your prospects on your behalf.
As you can see with the explanation I’ve included above, for all of the personally recruited members that join you, when they earn commissions, you will also earn a commission as well because you will be their 1st upline sponsor.
You will earn a commission for 2 levels deep of team members that join the Club Cash Fund.
The company will put you on a rotator link where you can earn a commission if a new member joins through the company which in the majority of cases never happens.
Even some of the members that I’ve run across online say to not rely on that way to earn.
How To Refer People So They Join You?
Even though this program requires you to send cash through the mail to join the opportunity, the way your prospects will join you is through the referral link that you get as a member.
So, basically, this is not your typical online mailbox profit program that I have recently run across.
The way to share the Club Cash Fund opportunity with others is to share your replicated affiliate link with them.
You can do this by sharing your link through email, posting your link on Youtube videos, blogging, solo ads, PPC, Facebook, and any other way that you can think of to share a link that people can visit and request their getting started kit that the company will send out to them.
How Do You Get Paid?
The way that the company pays you commissions is by sending you your commissions earned in cash to your address.
That is all there is to it on how the compensation plan works and how you can make money with the Club Cash Fund opportunity.
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My Club Cash Fund Q and A Section
In this section of the review, we are going to answer some of the questions that people may have when thinking about joining the Club Cash Fund opportunity.
Is Club Cash Fund BBB Accredited?
No, Club Cash Fund is not accredited with the Better Business Bureau at this time.
Not having a listing or accreditation on the BBB website, in my opinion, does not make a company or program a scam.
I have found a TON of companies and programs throughout the years that were never listed with the BBB that are 100% legitimate.
What Is The Cost to Join the Club Cash Fund?
The minimum cost to join Club Cash Fund is $100.
This will require you to send cash to the address listed on the kit that you receive.
Is It Legal To Send and Receive Cash Through The Mail?
Yes, it is legal to send and receive cash through the mail.
It is legal as long as you report at the end of the year that you received it on your taxes or whenever you do your taxes.
Now, let’s answer the question that many of you are here to learn which is…
Is Club Cash Fund A Scam or a Legitimate Opportunity?
In my opinion, I don’t want to call it a scam, but I do see one big issue that I see with it.
There is one thing that I can see about the business model that can get this company in trouble with the regulators.
Well, maybe 2 which are:
- Not having any type of product or service offered for the cost to join. (getting replicated websites and free hosting is weak and won’t fly)
- Not having an easily attainable website that offers details about their legal disclaimers and company contact information for the regulators.
One of the things that the company can do to solve the first issue is by offering some kind of training guide or monthly information newsletter that offers some type of value for the cost.
The second issue is obvious on how to fix it.
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My Final Club Cash Fund Review, Thoughts, and Bonus
In the last section of my review, we are going to share my final thoughts about the Club Cash Fund opportunity as a whole.
We have taken the time to review and research the information about the company, the products, and the compensation plan.
We have also shared our thoughts on some of the issues that the company has and can be easily solved.
At this point, you should have a clear idea about what it is, how it works, what you get, and how you can make money with it.
What are your thoughts about it at this time?
But here is the question…
Would we recommend the Club Cash Fund opportunity?
If the company updates and fixes those two issues that we see in our opinion, I would recommend joining this opportunity.
It wouldn’t really be any different from joining a company that offers a digital product and a one-time payment fee where you can join with a payment card.
The only difference is that you are sending cash through the mail to join the opportunity in this case.
With that said, I hope you enjoyed my Club Cash Fund review.
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