In this review, I am looking at a product called ‘Fast Cash Five’, created by Paul Nicholls and Anthony Mancuso, which is a service that promises to show you some quick ways of making money online.
The sales page promises to show you five methods which you can use to earn your first commission online which require no email lists or any previous experience.
I have purchased this product, and I am now going to work through it, as an average Joe, to assess if I think it is going to help you make money online.
I base my review on my personal experience after her I used the service.
What Is Fast Cash 5 & What Do You Get Inside?
This method is a collection of five strategies to generate commissions using affiliate marketing, CPA's or advertising.
Each strategy is quite distinct and has some very obvious pros and cons. I will talk you through each, and in the next paragraph I shall dissect them a little bit and tell you the problems you may face within each strategy.
The modules you get inside are as follows:
Module 1 - High Ticket Launch Jacking
This is a strategy which shows you how you can capitalise on upcoming product launches, within the make money online niche, and create mini websites and YouTube videos to gain easy and quick traffic to your sales pages and affiliate links.
This method is by no means a new strategy and is highly competitive, and you will need some upfront investments to make this work correctly.
Module 2 - Affiliate Pay Per Call Networks
The idea is that you send the traffic to these services and you get paid a commission when they make contact with your new prospects, or when they submit their email.
This is quite a cool method however it will require a lot more work than you may think
Module 3 - Craigslist & Gum Tree Arbitrage
The third model is a strategy of using Craigslist and Gumtree to subcontract digital media services, such as graphic design or video creation, and outsource them to a cheaper creator.
You then sell them on for a substantial profit.
Once again this is an old method, and it will require more work than you may think.
Module 4 - Authority Review Site Strategy
The fourth strategy involves creating a website on which you write product reviews. You are in essence creating a niche website where you promote Amazon products, for example, or any product or service you want as an affiliate marketer.
Why they have included this I do not know because this is by no means a ‘fast cash method’. Building an authority niche review website takes years and should not be taken on with the assumption that you'll make easy money.
Module 5 - The "Near Me" Domination Method
The last module is also a more time-consuming strategy, which leaves me baffled as to why they have included it, and it involves capitalising on people Googling services and products near them in the local vicinity.
You create websites which fill their needs, and you can make money through advertising with Google Adsense or affiliate products.
Is The Training Good?
The training is very vague and brief. I would agree that each video is lengthy, totalling about 30 minutes each, but the content itself is very ambiguous and thin.
You get a good outline of each method but there is very little practical advice and over the shoulder training.
- You are told to build a website without being shown how to actually build a website!
- You are told to promote affiliate products without any information on how to approach vendors or track your links in any way!
- You're told to use YouTube videos to promote stuff without actually being shown how to make a YouTube video!
- You are told to create content with conversion and SEO in mind without actually being taught how to create highly converting material or the fundamental principle of SEO.
- and so on and so forth, the list goes on!
So you get the idea here, the training is very thin.
You're basically getting five ideas on how to make money online without actually being shown anything.
The training does serve as a basic introduction to these monetisation methods, but if you are expecting actual training on how to implement anything, then you are going to be disappointed.
Unfortunately, this would only serve to leave you confused as you would be given different training by different people from different products.
Therefore I find the training to be entirely inadequate and won't help you make fast cash online - especially as none of these methods will produce profit as quickly as they claim.
Is Fast Cash 5 A Scam?
I wouldn't say this is a scam as they do genuinely provide you with a lot of information, regardless of what I think of the quality of that information.
'Fast Cash Five' is mostly a cheap and cheerful but low-quality product.
At the end of the day I paid around $11 for my front end Fast Cash Five membership, so I wasn't expecting too much, but compared to other services I have reviewed, this is very low quality.
What I Did Not Like
The main things I don't like about these types of services are two things.
The sales page promises easy money and uses screenshots of profits to draw you in, even though they know for a fact that whoever buys this is extremely unlikely even to come close to replicating that same success.
The screenshots and sales proof, used on the sales page, is the result of years of affiliate marketing experience and product placements, not just using these methods demonstrated in the training.
The sales page is very misleading when you compare it to the end product they deliver inside the member's area
The training is incredibly vague and open to misinterpretation.
The training you are given only gives a very ambiguous guideline about how to implement any of the strategies they mention.
You are given the strategy but without any tips on what to do and where to do it.
As I mentioned in this review, you are told to create websites and to use specific monetisation methods without being shown any steps on how to achieve these tasks.
An everyday equivalent will be if I told you I could show you how to lose weight and when you gave me your hard earned money I told you to go on a diet, without actually showing you how to go on a diet.
That is what you're paying for here - a vague idea, nothing else.
Would I Recommend Fast Cash 5?
As I stated in this review, about my personal experience when going through this training, I find it too vague and too unhelpful.
I know for a fact that anyone who buys this, other than learning some reasonably saturated methods of making money online, you will not be any further ahead to actually making that first sale.
'Fast Cash Five' is a low-quality product with an overhyped sales page, and I would not feel comfortable promoting this service to my followers.
If you have any personal experiences in this service, please leave a comment below and tell me what you think about it.