Fast Cash App Review – $22,750 In Your First Week??

Welcome to my Fast Cash App review. It seems that not a day goes by when I don’t get multiple emails about money making “opportunities”, I use the word opportunities in the loosest way possible quite simply because the majority of them are no better than scams, trying to get you to part with your hard earned money.

All under the pretense of giving you the chance to make money, usually an unrealistic amount in an unrealistic amount of time.

So I’m more than happy to take a look at this product that I got an email about to see just what it is and if what they claim is even possible so I can give you guys the benefit of my experience and hopefully save you from unnecessarily wasting your money.

NAME: Fast Cash Appfast cash app review

OWNER: Robert Fisher

PRICE: $37 + 3 upsells


#1 recommendation for making money from home

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what is fast cash app about

Just like a product I reviewed yesterday, the sales page doesn’t tell you a great deal about what this is, in fact it’s just a video full of waffle.

A video that I’ve been personally invited to watch and I’m not meant to share with anyone. Ooh that makes me fell really special and honoured. Yeah right, like I believe that one.

fast cash app sales page headline

Now I’ve seen some far-fetched claims in my time reviewing MMO products, but that has got to take the biscuit! I mean that’s pretty precise as well, “under 25 minutes and 14 clicks“, but it’s total BS.

Why would someone sell a product that makes that amount of money for $37? Simple answer is they wouldn’t. Even the more expensive training courses don’t make those sorts of claims. If you can make that amount in your first week do you know how much that would be for a year?

Over $1 million dollars for a $37 product. When you say it out loud like that you realise just how stupid a statement like that really is.[su_divider top=”no”]

what are they claiming

In the 16 minute video Robert makes all the right noises and by that I mean he basically says whatever it is he thinks we all want to hear

  • contraversial new system
  • no marketing background
  • highly confidential and insanely profitable
  • nothing to do with surveys, blogging or the other usual schemes
  • not a weird loophole
  • not gambling
  • follow simple step by step instructions
  • start making money today

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non verifiable income

He claims that real people are making $2,475 a day, but fails to show you anybody or any proof of those income claims. All he shows you is writing on a slide with a random name on with how much they apparently earned last week using the Fast Cash App.

fake earnings?

There is absolutely no reason to believe they are even real people, let alone earned that much money, where’s the proof?

I’m sure if they were real people they wouldn’t mind giving a real testimonial to vouch for the authenticity of this product, but the lack of any proof just goes to show how fake it all is.

Legitimate companies that actually help people to earn money are never short of people to come forward and let everyone else know just how good it is, just take a look at the success testimonials here, but that isn’t the case here.[su_divider top=”no”]

how does it really work

I’m going to be brutally honest now and tell you that his claim that you can start making money online today is just NOT TRUE. I’ve seen that statement so many times before, but I’ve never known it to happen, it just doesn’t happen in the real world.

This works by Robert trying to convince you just how easy it is to make money if you buy his product, he makes all these wonderful claims, but fails to back them up, he doesn’t even tell you what it is you’re going to be doing.

He claims there is a “secret new trick” that makes this work, but I know from first hand experience that it takes hard work and consistency to make money online, not cheap tricks or ‘push button’ products.

There’s a section in the video where he says that when you win, he wins which means that he earns money when you earn money.

What this boils down to is that you are going to be promoting Fast Cash App as an affiliate on all the usual social media platforms or via Solo Ads because as an affiliate of this you’re going to get 75% commission across the whole sales funnel.

Don’t get me wrong Affiliate marketing is a legitimate business, it’s what I do to earn a very good income. The problem I have is with the way he’s making it sound as if you’re going to be making the sort of money he’s claiming in super quick time which is never going to happen.

All his claims of a controversial new system that is going to earn you $2,475 a day is complete BS. And this isn’t actually an app, it’s a program, a course for you to follow.[su_divider top=”no”]

how much does it cost

The advertised price for this is $37, like a lot of Clickbank products, but that isn’t the end of the spending. After you’ve bought the product you’re going to be hit with upsells, 3 of them to be precise.

One thing I’d like to point out is another misleading piece, well it misled me to start with anyway 🙂 and that is the risk free trial

risk free trial

That isn’t actually a trial, you are actually buying it. What they are doing is calling it a trial because this product is being sold through Clickbank and they offer a 60 day money back guarantee, but don’t get confused, you will be buying it on the next page once you press that button.[su_divider top=”no”]

the true cost

Back to the upsells, oh how I love upsells! NOT. For those of you that don’t know me, OTOs are a real bugbear for me. They can run into hundreds of dollars and a lot of the time are not covered by the money back guarantee which some of my readers found out the hard way, you can read about that here in the comments

  • OTO 1: Fast Cash 2.0. Price $197.00
  • OTO 2: Fast Cash Pro. Price $177.00
  • OTO 3: Fast Cash Social. Price $97.00

So there you have $471 dollars worth of upsells and when you add the front end purchase to that you’ve got a very tidy $508 which wouldn’t surprise me in the least if what that bought you was just some PLR products. [su_divider top=”no”]

fake exclusivity & scarcity

I hate the way the video tries to make out this is only for you, that you’ve been chosen in some way because you know a good deal when you see one type of crap.

Using the type of phrases that make you assume that if you don’t take action now you’re likely to lose out, I think they call that F.O.M.O (fear of missing out)

It all points to a crappy product that will do anything to get a sale and do not really care who gets hurt in the process[su_divider top=”no”]

who is the owner

Does anyone really know who Robert Fisher is? At least show your face for crying out loud, you’re expecting people to pay you money, a lot of money if you have your way, yet you’re unwilling to even show the real you, it’s a good bet that’s not even your name.

The only reason I can see for hiding his real identity is so when this one gets too much negative publicity he’ll simply call it a different name, give himself a new name and start the whole thing over again probably with the same sales video.

Talking of sales video, I found the video on Youtube so I’ve put it on here for you to have a look at, just be warned it is 16 minutes long and you’re never going to get that time back lol.

How do you even get in contact with him? The contact us link at the bottom of the sales page doesn’t go anywhere so good luck with that one.[su_divider top=”no”]

final thoughts

The only positive thing I could find out of all this is the fact that you can get a refund through Clickbank because if you buy this I can guarantee that’s going to be your next step, getting your money back.

This is so full of holes it would put Swiss cheese to shame. How can you seriously be expected to part with your money when the vendor won’t even tell you what you’re going to be buying, it doesn’t make any sense.

If it does what he calims it to be able to do then tell people what they are getting, don’t leave in the dark, it’s like a lucky dip or in this case an unlucky dip.

if this product done what it says on the tin and makes all that money then why does Robert want to pay affiliates to promote it, surely he’ll just use the system himself? that’s something to think about isn’t it

I’m sure you’ve heard of ‘shiny object syndrome’, I’ve suffered from it myself in the past, well this is what this product is. He’s selling the idea of “what if this is the one”. Be strong and walk on by 🙂

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7 thoughts on “Fast Cash App Review – $22,750 In Your First Week??”

  1. Oh and also, I see a flaw with how WarriorPlus, JVZoo, and Clickbank function. And whatever other sites like them. Why do they allow so many crappy products to be sold on their sites?

  2. Don’t all of these courses promise us that this is the last course we will ever have to buy? I’m gonna argue that that should never happen. If you stop buying or investing in courses, you stop learning. You stop growing. It takes away the potential for these things to happen. On the surface it seems to us that those who continue to strive for improvement are out of the norm when in reality, it is those that choose to remain stagnant who are going against nature. Think about it: evolution is constantly happening. We view evolution on a more macro scale, but how do those macro-evolutions happen? It is a culmination of [insert large number] of little micro-evolutions. Evolutions that in the moment appear meaningless and insignificant, but in the long run? They add up to something huge. Change is inevitable. Unless you live in an environment where you are not around other people and not introduced to any new information on a daily basis, you will encounter things that will cause change and evolution within yourself, whether you are aware of it or not. While evolution is typically thought of as changes that happen on a genetic, cellular level leading to wide-scale change within the species (which is of course part of it, and although it takes a long time for changes to occur in a species’ genome, these large changes that seem to happen “overnight” are really the result of small, micro changes on an individual gene sequence), there are so many other ways in which evolution can occur, and on an individual basis. Boy oh boy there is a lot to get into with this subject! ?

    • I think that people are either growing or disintegrating, you cannot stand still. Some people will say they happy with the way things are in their life, but they won’t stay that way for long if they don’t do something to continually grow.

  3. Don’t even need to read the review. I see a headline like that and I’m staying away. Hey, at least I’m learning ☺. In the past I’d have possibly checked it out. Haven’t even read the review yet but I’m gonna go off on a limb here and say It’s either lying or misleading, and I would not be prudent to spend money on this


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