Welcome to my Freedom Frenzy review!
With the whole “100% commission” tactic, I'm sure you thought this was going to be yet another scam.
At least some of you
For me, I knew exactly what was going on here but I still had to give them the benefit of a doubt.
So without judging a book by its cover, I actually went through with the signup process and went over their site.
And now I can tell you exactly how everything works.
Is Freedom Frenzy a scam?
Is this the program for 2019?
All your questions will be answered in this review so let's get right into things.
Freedom Frenzy Review – Product Overview
Freedom Frenzy is what they call a “peer to peer” program that uses digital currency as its form of payment.
All this means is that you will be doing nothing more than sending money directly to the person who introduced this to you.
This is also referred to as cash gifting.
For the best understanding, this is really just a multilevel marketing (MLM) type of program that requires you to recruit others in order to make money.
The only difference with this one is the fact that there are no actual products.
Then again, they will always try to claim otherwise, so I guess I can explain that next.
Just like every other 100% commission type program out there, Freedom Frenzy offers nothing but digital products.
Everything starts with marketing and ends with marketing.
So when you hear any program with things like “system”, “done for you”, or anything similar, do know that these digital products are what they speak of.
Remember that very first video/sales page that you ran into?
It may have looked similar to the one below.
That is part of the “products” that you will receive if you were to become a member.
There's of course more to it than that, so let me show you how the overall system works.
How it Works
Remember that sales page I just mentioned?
Well that is exactly where everything begins.
You get curious about what they are talking about and you click the button, just to opt-in to their email list.
From there, they can market the same product to you over and over again, in hope that you will bit the bait.
Now remember those digital products?
Sure they are a bunch of training on online marketing but with the whole 100% commission deal, what do you think you will be using it for?
You guessed it, to promote Freedom Frenzy.
This is a very common strategy in the online world and they usually come as a recruiting based program with overpriced products.
Definitely designed to make affiliates money but there's always a catch to things.
The Real Price
There are three price points within the site.
100% commissions might be their selling point but there is always going to be a catch.
In this case, it comes in the form of an “admin fee”.
The first level is the Novice plan, which usually costs $25 but they will hit you with some kind of deal.
It is usually $10 but that will only allow you to unlock the first level of payments.
This also comes with a $10 admin fee, which is also the same way the owner of this system gets paid.
The Pro plan is going to cost you $100 and it comes with a $20 admin fee.
Lastly, the Expert plan costs $500 and the admin fee is $50.
The admin fees might seem fair but imagine how much money the owner makes if everyone and their mothers start promoting this.
They are the real winners, so be careful with sites like this.
Remember now, you are required to purchase a level before you can make any commissions.
Another marketing strategy that comes with EVERY single 100% commission type site.
Payments Made Through Digital Currency
The only way to be apart of Freedom Frenzy is through a digital wallet.
They do not accept any other payment options at this time and I don't think that will ever change.
Back in the day, PayPal used to do business with sites like this until they learned about how things really worked.
These days, you will mostly see digital currency as an option as they avoid all kinds of legal issues.
The Compensation Plan
None of this is mentioned in any of their sales pitches but this information is probably something you need to know.
As a member of Freedom Frenzy, you are able to make money by simply bringing in people and making them pay.
What they don't tell you is that you will actually pass up some of those sales to the person who brought you in.
For every 2nd and 3rd person you recruit, 50% of what they pay will go to your sponsor.
And every 4th person you bring in will automatically go to the person who brought you in.
Very much like Easy 1 Up, Freedom Frenzy uses this tactic to pretty much force up-lines to help their downlines.
This is probably the only way to get real help, right?
Again, this is nothing new and very, very common.
So is Freedom Frenzy a Scam?
Not a scam but is definitely a recruiting driven program.
The products are of course not going to be any of the lotions and potions that come with MLM and that's how it is.
You earn money by getting others to follow exactly what you just did and there is really nothing more to it.
If you're comfortable with sending people through this funnel in order to make money, then this might just be for you.
If not, then you should just stay away.
I do not recommend Freedom Frenzy and I do not condone any business models like this.
What I Really Think
I have been apart of many different programs like this in the past.
Did I make money?
Of course I did.
The problem I had was the fact that almost every person I brought in would not at least break even.
They will be $705 in a hole, eventually quit, and be back on the search for something that actually works.
This was me as well, up until I found a better way to make money online.
Promoting real products that you don't even own all while making a commission was the kind of business I wanted to run.
And that is exactly what they teach.
If you are not into recruiting, you might want to try them instead.
Other than that, I hope this Freedom Frenzy review has given you a much better understanding of how everything works.
If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments section below and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Thanks for reading and good luck!