Welcome to my Crazy Funnels review. I saw this was being released today, so I thought I would take a look and see if it’s a scam or legit…
Product Name: Crazy Funnels
Price: $7 + Upsells
My Verdict: Could be worth trying
What is Crazy Funnels?
Well, when I went to the sales page, I was presented with the choice of getting a free autoresponder series or paying for 9 series totalling 28 emails. I clicked on the free option and immediately had to give my email address to get them. I did that and received them in my inbox.
I took a look at the free autoresponder emails and they look pretty good. The problem is, they are just the initial few emails you would send out to a list in the first few days. These are the emails where you build trust rather than trying to sell anything. So those emails on their own probably won’t lead to you earning any money.
But once I had entered my email address I was redirected to the page for the extra autoresponder emails. But this is really not the end of it, as I will explain.
How much does Crazy Funnels cost?
So, you get the free email templates, then you buy the additional email templates for $7, and then you get fed through the rest of the funnel, as you can see here:
So, as you can see, in the end, they want to get you to pay $116. That’s considerably more than the $7. And the thing is, why aren’t those extra products part of just one product? Surely, it’s not much use having the email templates if you don’t know how to use them, right? So the $12 course is probably essential, and the $97 course is probably pretty useful too.
The reason they do this is because it works. Sales funnels work, and this is what this product is about. So if you get taken in by the sales funnel here and end up paying for all of it, you will then be able to show others how to do the same. My only issue is that it may not be an ethical way to make money. It is a bit deceptive, which is why I have exposed it here for you so you can make a fully informed decision.
Is Crazy Funnels a scam?
That’s really a difficult question to answer. It really depends on what your definition of a scam is. You could argue that any kind of deceptive way of getting money out of people is a scam. The problem with that view, though, is that this kind of sales funnel is so common in the “make money online” world, it now seems to be considered acceptable behaviour.
Also, it’s really a matter of degree. The upsells in this sales funnel are nowhere near as extreme as some I have seen. Take Easy Funnel Profits, for example. That has upsells that total more tan 10 times that of Crazy Funnels.
60-day money back guarantee
Thankfully, there is a 2-month guarantee, so if you so buy it and you’re not happy with it, you can just get a refund. So you could just try it and see what you think. You don’t really have much to lose, do you?
I hope you found my Crazy Funnels review helpful. If you have any comments or questions, please post them in the comments section below and I will reply as soon as I can.
All the best,