Insiders Cash Club Review – Will You Really Make $5K Weekly?

Welcome to My Insiders Cash Club Review, where I am going to be incredibly honest with you!

There are a lot of reasons that Jeffery gives you, that claim Insiders Cash Club is the best opportunity online and is just what you have been waiting for, to change your life around. I mean, who would not want to make $5K weekly?

But are those claims true? Is Insiders Cash Club the real deal or is it just another scam that’s preying on your money? Are you really going to receive everything you need to become successful or are you just going to be left poorer and poorer every month, with the membership fee?

What I will reveal within this review will tell you exactly whether this program is worth your attention, and most importantly, your money! By the end, you’ll have a pretty good idea of what it is and whether this is the right program for you (or not).

At A Glance

Name: Insiders Cash Club


Owner: Jeffery Hart? Or Jeremy Scott?

Purpose: Make Money Online Doing Ecommerce

Price: $8.99/month

Do I Recommend It?: No

What Is Insiders Cash Club?

The video starts off with Jeffery showing you a news report of a lady who’s working from home and is able to look after her new-born. She says that she only works a few hours a day and is able to look after her baby that way. Then, Jeffery tells you that the foolproof system that he is re-launching is going to have you work from home, just like that lady.

This program is going to give you the personal and financial freedom that she has, by paying you $500, $1000 and even $5000 every single week! Today is your last chance to grab it and he’s so excited about this re-release that he is willing to give it away for free.

He even shows you some testimonials featuring some of his students who vouch that the system works and Jeffery explains that all you need is a few minutes from home to make that happen as well. You don’t need any special skills. In fact, if you can copy and paste, then you can do this.

He gives you an inside look at the system and what you basically get are a few ebooks, the core training and monthly webinars from the industry’s successful people that will be sharing their secrets with you. The system is what will give you the personal and financial freedom that Sarah, one of his new students, now has after joining the program.

So, should you believe what Jeffery tells you and join this system, or will you be disappointed yet again for falling for another scam? Are you really going to make thousands of dollars a week or will you just get lighter in the wallet?

Let’s start with some of the red flags I uncovered, shall we?

Red Flags That Make This A Scam

Unfortunately, I really think that this program is a scam, as wonderful and as promising as Jeffery makes it sound. Who would not want to make money online and at the click of a few buttons? The reasons that I think this is a scam, is in the red flags that I have found within the sales videos.

1) Scarcity

Let me tell you that the scarcity is just fake here. I have seen this tactic used over and over again in so many different sales videos for scams that it is really starting to get old.

Jeffery tells you that he will only be accepting 50 people into his re-launched program and that you only have 24 hours to make a decision or else, you’ll have passed up on the opportunity. These are what is meant by scarcity; a limit that is put on the system.

They are fake! This is just a pressure tactic used by scammers that push unsuspecting and innocent people into believing that they will completely lose the opportunity of joining the program is they do not sign up by the deadline, which is completely fake!

Just come back to the same video tomorrow and you’ll see that the timer would have started over and the system is still available for purchase. 

2) Large amounts of money working only a few minutes a day

The biggest like that anybody can tell you about making money online, is that you can make big income just by working a few minutes a day or just by clicking a few buttons or your mouse a few times.

You would not believe me if I told you that my son became a doctor by reading only ONE of his textbooks through medical school and neither would you believe me if I told you I have figured out a way for a teenager to become a lawyer fresh out of high school.

So why do you believe that you can make money so easily on the internet? One-Click and Push -Button systems just don’t exist. If it was so easy to make money online, then nobody would still have been whining about their bosses. Everybody would have been sleeping until noon, wake up to click a few times on their mouse, to then enjoy the rest of the day.

Who do you know that’s doing this? NOBODY!

In order to make money online, you need some training, the tools necessary, as well as a solid and supportive community to help you through. You need TIME to learn and to apply what you learn and your online business needs time to grow.

3) The news

The news that you see at the start of the video is another tactic that is used by scammers to make you believe either that the program was featured on the news or that you can make money in the same way as those people working from home. All that is good if it were actually true!

The scammer is looking for a way to gain trust and credibility here by using the logo of big news corporations, when in fact, these news corporations have never been involved with this program or with Jeffery Hart. A simple search on Google will give you all the details, which is NONE!

I found nothing that related Jeffery nor his program with any of the news corporations, which means that there never was such a relationship. Jeffery is lying to you.

4) Fake Testimonials

As if the lying was not enough, I actually recognized a few of the people in the testimonials as being actors that advertize their testimonial services on a freelance website called Fiverr. Using these services is so popular that other scams that I have exposed before, like Click Click Cash, EZ Bay Payday and YT Crusher also these tactics.

In other words, these actors have been PAID to read out a script (full of lies) provided by the scammer, to tell you about how great the company is and how it has made them money, when in fact, they were never even members to begin with. If so many people were successful, don’t you think that satisfied members were going to be fine with giving FREE testimonials?

Anyways, here are a few of their profiles.

And while listening to their testimonials, I caught something; they were referring to “Jeremy”, not Jeffery.


5) Who is Jeffery Hart?

I have some serious doubts about Jeffery Hart now, because the testimonials don’t line up. Why would they be doing a testimonial for “Jeremy” when it was actually Jeffery who helped them out?

That came to me as strange and although I had already made my mind up at that point in time that Insiders Cash Club was going to be a scam, I still watched until the end of even the second video and guess what I found out: another confirmation that the name of the founder is actually Jeremy and not Jeffery.

Naturally, I tried looking for Jeremy Scott everywhere on the internet and that still did not yield any results. There could only be one conclusion to this; that Jeffery or Jeremy whoever he is, has lied to you about his identity. If he has nothing to hide from you, then why lie to you?

That’s actually very clever because if ever this program is exposed as a scam, then the scammer will easily be able to crete a new system, slap a new name on it, and even create a new name for himself. That way, nobody would be able to relate him to this scam system and people will keep falling for his scams.

Again, that’s a very common occurrence!

6) Sarah, a mom earning 6 figures

Doesn’t it just warm your heart up to think that maybe, just maybe, this system was able to help somebody out, instead of robbing them of their hard-earned money? I’m talking about the lady who Jeffery (just gonna keep his name as is for the sake of the review) said had made $37K within a short period of time, the single mom with three kids.

It would have been wonderful, but that just isn’t true. You see the photos that you see for Sarah and her kids are actually just stock photos, one bought from Getty Images and the other from iStockPhotos. In other words, this is not really Sarah and her kids.

Lies after lies!

7) Privacy Policy

It gets even better when you go over the Privacy Policy page. I know it’s just boring document, but for us reviewers of online make-money programs, it can be a GREAT way to really find out whether the programs are legit or not and what I found within the Privacy Policy page of this system looks unpromising!

The policy is a copied-and-pasted document from other make-money-online program called Income Engine Elite, which from my research, does not come up in the search results at all. This could have been an old scam or a product that just had never really worked in the first place.

Anyhow, from my experience, a program that does not have its own name in it’s Privacy Policy page, should tell you that you are dealing with unethical people.

8) Income Proof 

Time and time again, I have seen income proof after income proof for the 125+ programs that I have reviewed on this website. I can tell when an income proof has been made up or falsified, and the one from Insiders Cash Club has definitely been falsified.

If you take a closer look at the font used for the $3Million+, you’ll see that it is different than the one at the bottom, for the credit card balance.

That’s why you should never trust income proof, unless you can actually verify it, which we cannot do in this case.

9) The Work

The last red flag that I see, is that Jeffery tells you that if you can copy and paste, transcribe text, do social media, make Youtube Videos and are familiar with completing surveys, then you can do this. But then, the actual program is showing you about how you can make money with Ecommerce, which has nothing to do with A LOT of what he mentioned.

Completing surveys? Ha…!!! That’s just ridiculous!

This is a perfect example here of what scammers do: they will say and show you absolutely anything and everything, even if they don’t make sense, just to sell you their system. They are desperate for your money.

A Few Things You Should Know About Ecommerce

Even if you buy the system and find out that what’s inside is completely legit, which I don’t believe to be the case because of all these red flags, I’m going to tell you the absolutely truth about making money online with ecommerce. Yes, there’s a ton of money to be made and it is a legit method, but there is a TON of work that’s needed.

I know because I was in ecommerce before starting my affiliate marketing business. Before starting anything in ecommerce, you have to consistently do the following:

1) research suppliers

2) research products

3) buy wholesale (or do dropshipping)

4) create a website

5) add each and every product to your website

6) write descriptions for each product

7) pressured to provide free shipping although you are forced to pay for shipping to your suppliers

8) research pricing

9) post ads online to get sales (like Google Ads, Facebook Ads, etc…)

10) take care of customer service (inquiries, complaints, exchanges, returns and so on)

And the list goes on and on! And just imagine having 100 orders to fulfill every single day, on top of doing ALL of the above. It’s a ton of work, isn’t it? It’s a far cry from only clicking a few buttons a day, or a few minutes of work. That’s the lie that Jeffery wants you to believe, not to mention that it’s NOT easy to get 100 orders a day.

Insiders Cash Club Review – A Scam After All?

Well, I have not purchased the program, so I cannot comment on what’s inside. But based on my experience of what scammers usually say and show you on screen, I am pretty sure that this one is a scam. I have reviewed over 125 programs on my website, many of which have turned out to be scams.

95% of the time, I found that the claims made on the sales page or the sales video just don’t match the inside of the program and they have to do with the red flags that I have mentioned to you within this review; like the fake name of the owner of the program, fake income claims, making money with barely any work and making use of fake testimonials.

I have seen promises being made and broken too easily after they have gotten your money and Insiders Cash Club is going to be the exact same thing. They want to teach you about ecommerce, yet they don’t tell you the truth about this method of making money online.

There is no solid reason within the sales video that pushes me to trust anything about this program. Thus, I do not recommend that you purchase it as I think it’s going to be a complete waste of your time and a scam!

Is There A Real, Scam-Free and BS-Free Way Of Making Money Online?

Absolutely! There are many ways to make money online but from experience, I have to say that the easiest way for a newbie to start making money online, is doing affiliate marketing. All you really have to do with this method, is write about products that you love, promote them online and when a purchase is made, you make a commission.

Of course, it’s not as simple as I explained it because you need training and the tools necessary to make it happen. But in essence, it’s how it works. Once you learn the fundamentals, you will be well on your way to earning passive income, just like I do, on an everyday basis.


Yes, you can try it out for free and only invest in the program if you find value in it. If you’re anything like me, then I do think that it’s going to really help you make a great online income. I mean, I know some people who are making 5 -figure incomes every single month. It requires some work, but if you keep at it, then failure is impossible!

Join me and I will help you every step of the way. You can rest assured that I am very active within the platform, helping out at every opportunity I can, as I am a Top 50 member.

Sign up for free above and I’ll see you inside!

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