Club 365 Review–Are Daily Profits Of $1000+ Possible?

Is there a wealth creation secret that can make you over $1000 a month? Club 365 says they’ve “cracked the code” and they’re “Blowing The Whistle On The Bleeding-Edge Wealth Creation Strategies of Today”.

Have they really found the secret to wealth creation or is this just marketing hype from another program wanting you to open up your wallet? Find out in my Club 365 review and see why you shouldn’t get your hopes up with this one!

What Is Club 365?

Club 365 is a membership program that provides you with online money-making opportunities as they become available. It was created by a man named Justin Powell, and you can have a lifetime membership for $27.99.

With the Club 365 membership you are supposed to receive brand new reports, video tutorials, insider secrets and case studies each and every month. If something changes or something new comes out, the information is updated with “blistering speed”!

Here are the topics that Club 365 will keep you updated on:

  • What’s Working Now–They cover a brand new strategy that is making money right now. Supposedly, some of these strategies are so new that no one has heard of them before.
  • eCommerce–You will get info on everything eCommerce, which is Shopify, Amazon, eBay, and more.
  • CryptocurrencyWhen the “profit explosion” hits, you are supposed to be ready for it! They also claim to reveal ways to get free cryptocurrency.
  • Affiliate marketingYou are supposed to get the cutting edge-techniques that will make you successful with affiliate marketing.
  • Money for SurveysThey’ll show you how to profit from taking surveys from around the world.
  • Cutting-Edge SoftwareYou will be able to find software that can automate many of the tedious tasks to make money online, and they’ll bring them to you.

All of this sounds pretty good, right? For a lifetime membership of $27.99, you will get notifications and updates about every online wealthy creation strategy out there today!

So, I bought Club 365 to check it out for myself. When I saw the materials, saying that I was disappointed is an understatement. I knew the old adage had struck again–if it seems too good to be true, it probably is!

What Does Club 365 Offer?

When you get access to the members area, the first screen you see is the welcome page. On it they give you a member special for a profit website. This offer is for a FREE website to be built for you!


However, this is the same upsell that I’ve found in many of the lowest rated programs I’ve reviewed. In order to get this free website, you have to sign up for hosting with CoolHandle–which puts affiliate marketing profits into the bank account of the owner of Club 365!

You must pay for the hosting on an annual basis, so it will likely cost close to $200 to get your free website. In addition, my experience with offers like this tells me that this website won’t be any kind of unique, optimized site that will make you money as they state.

The Club 365 program itself consisted of the following items:

~ Cryptocurrency–I won’t pretend to know specifics about cryptocurrency. However, I do know that cryptocurrency markets are unregulated, can be extremely unstable, and prone to scam type programs.Cryptocurrency Menu

The information in this section of the Club 365 material is basically about how to receive airdrops of free coins. They discuss the history of airdrops and a general overview of how to claim them.

Then you receive what is called the Millionaire’s Calendar, which is a spreadsheet detailing airdrops that you can claim. When I clicked on a link to claim one of the airdrops, I got a sign up sheet that asked for an email address.

In the Club 365 training, they stated that if you’re not comfortable giving out your email, you can create a spam one to use for the verification. That’s all I needed to know to feel confident that this training was not anything I could recommend, regardless of my lack of experience with cryptocurrency.

~ eCommerce–This section consists of the following:After downloading each of these, I found the materials were even worse than the low expectations that I had. I’ll give you an overview of each one.

  • The Ultimate Guide To Shopify is supposed to be video training. There’s no video, just a PDF document that contains information that I can find for free online.
  • Ecommerce Kickstart is a guide to how to become an Amazon Affiliate. Again, this information is readily found online, so there’s nothing in there that anyone should be charging people for.
  • eBay eCommerce Secrets is an overview on selling products on eBay. I’m pretty sure you can guess where else you can get this info for free!
  • The Amazon Rush was actually a surprise–but not in a good way. This download was the exact PDF file that I downloaded with Ecommerce Kickstart! Take a look at the Table of Contents for each section:

Ecommerce Kickstart guide table of contents

Amazon Rush table of contents

The eCommerce materials at Club 365 are more than low quality–you don’t get what you paid for, and in my opinion it borders on a scam.  That isn’t a term I use often or throw around lightly, but the next section reaffirmed what I was thinking.

~ Schedule–The last section is a schedule of the month’s new updates and information. I’ve had this program for a couple of weeks, and today is November 4th. Here is what has been listed the entire time I’ve been a member:

It all looks good, except for the fact that none of it is actually available to you! There is no section where you have access to any of these things, and there are no clickable links on the schedule itself. So it’s absolutely worthless!

There were upsells to this program before I got access to it, including one called Club 365 Priority Lounge. However, I saw no value to them and didn’t purchase any. I am 100% confident that there is nothing they could add to this program to make it worth buying any additional memberships.

Red Flags And Concerns

I’ve gone over everything I’ve received from Club 365, so I’ll recap all the red flags and concerns I found:

~ Income claims of up to $1000 a day or more are unrealistic and not possible with the info given from this program.

~ Scammy marketing hype and misleading sales video. Among other things, you are supposed to believe you’re joining a live webinar, but you’re actually just viewing a sales video.

~ Affiliate links misrepresented as a free membership bonus. If someone signs up for a website with CoolHandle, the owner of Club 365 will get affiliate commissions. I’ve seen this same “bonus” on other programs that I did not recommend.

~ The membership content is extremely poor quality or nonexistent. The information in Club 365 can be found online for free, other sections are simply duplicates, and the monthly updates were not accessible.

~ Cryptocurrency section is not for beginners, and the materials presented don’t show any way to be sure you’re dealing with legitimate systems. Putting in a spam email address so that you don’t give any real information in order to get free coins is not how you deal with legitimate companies or programs.

Cryptocurrency is not something a beginner should jump into. Considering the very poor quality of the other sections of Club 365, there is nothing that leads me to believe that their cryptocurrency information is any better.

Build Your Early Retirement Rating

Here at Build Your Early Retirement, we give Club 365 our lowest rating of 1 out of 5, and do not recommend that you purchase this membership. Not only do I think it’s highly doubtful that you’ll make any money, I believe there’s a very good chance you’ll actually lose money–potentially a lot of money!

If you want to make money online, you have to find a legitimate system and put in the time and effort–there’s no shortcuts. But the reward for those willing to put in the work is long-term, consistent, substantial income!

If that’s you, then you need to check out the program I used to teach me everything I know about making money online. It’s Wealthy Affiliate, and I host 6 websites on their platform and make money promoting products with affiliate marketing.

In addition to a world-class hosting platform, you get training, 2 secure websites, access to an active community of online marketers, and more–all with no credit card required! This is the sign of a legitimate program–you get to see the value and features they offer before you pay anything.

Have you had any experience with Club 365 or other make money online programs? If so, we’d love to hear about them, as well as any questions you may have, in the comments below!

 

I'm Janelle, a wife, a mother, and a grandmother of 5 angels (most of the time)! I started BuildYourEarlyRetirement.com as a way to show how anyone can become financially independent and retire early. As I build out this site, I hope you'll comment and share your experiences as well. Good luck in all your endeavors, and may your success start now!

12 Replies to “Club 365 Review–Are Daily Profits Of $1000+ Possible?”

  1. Oh, so many questions!  Building your own website can be extremely overwhelming.  I do have my own site as an affiliate marketer, but have so many questions on how to drive traffic.  and how to market the website.  Can you tell me how often you post a blog or web pages?  Can you also share with us how many and which social media outlets you use to spread your blog/page?  One last question would be if you use any outside organization to help drive traffic to your site? 

    1. How to drive traffic is the most common questions an online marketer has!  My traffic is 90% driven by content and SEO, search engine optimization.  I publish a blog post about 3 times a week, sometimes more often, and use Jaxxy to find low competition keywords.  

      Content marketing to drive traffic takes time and consistency, but will produce great results if you keep at it!

      As far as social media, Pinterest and Twitter are the 2 that I’ve focused on.  But I’ve just begun to put effort into social traffic, so it’s a very small part so far.

      Once I started to make money, I began to expand my business by placing some ads and get about 10% of my traffic from there.  But I prefer free organic traffic!

      I never use any traffic network or other outside organization to drive traffic.  I don’t believe they’re effective and can actually hurt your SEO rankings with high bounce rates and low retention times.

      Good luck with your affiliate marketing business, and if you have more questions, I’ll be happy to help!

  2. Well, I have to say that I’m really glad you took the time to not only try the product, but you did a really thorough review of exactly what was included for what you paid for the program.  I have tried so many of these programs as well – they always sound so good, so I cannot tell you how grateful I am that you did this review to save me the aggravation.  LOL!  What programs have you found successful for your business?

    1. Glad I could save you the time and trouble!  There are 2 programs that I can recommend for affiliate marketing, Wealthy Affiliate and Affilorama.  But Wealthy Affiliate is my #1 recommendation due to the fantastic value you get for the cost and the very active community forum.

      I have 6 websites hosted with WA and have learned everything I know from their training, which includes tutorials, videos, and weekly live training sessions.  If you’d like to check it out, their Starter membership is free and you can create 2 websites–no credit card required.  My full review gives many more details–Is Wealthy Affiliate Real Or A Scam–My Review.

      Thank you for stopping by to read my review!

  3. There are so many spam type websites promising quick money but they cost a lot but they do not deliver. I have been convinced to join a number of them and even by some good fiends that were also taken.  I thing that we have to really do our research.  I see that you have by sharing here why to not choose this one.  

    What suggestions do you have on improving affiliate purchases and click throughs? I am working to produce more content and I have been sluggish on that part and I realize it has a lot to do with it too. Appreciate any advice.

    1. The saying, “Content is King!” definitely applies when driving traffic and converting it into sales.  So producing more content will definitely help!  

      Then the best suggestion I can give you is to be sure you’re doing good keyword research and then writing your blog posts so that they are beneficial to the reader and totally relevant to your keyword.  If you help your readers and give them the information they’re looking for, you’re more likely to get good click through rates and sales.

      The more helpful your content is, the better chances you have of creating a good relationship and trust with your visitors.  People are more likely to click through to a product when your site is a place they’ve found relevant, accurate information before.

      Good luck!

  4. Hi Janelle,

    Thank you for sharing your review on Club 365. I found it interesting and informative. I had not heard of this business myself but your review certainly makes me pleased I haven’t signed up with them! Interesting that they use the same information on two so called different topics. That screams laziness or at the very least unprofessional practices. I can only hope that anyone who is contemplating signing up with these guys read your review first! In fact it is great that you have taken the time to write this review and I am going to check out a few of your other reviews as well.

    It is amazing how many scammers there are out there so it is great to find such a comprehensive review such as yours. People who are contemplating setting up an online store really need to do their research first and I always find the best place to get started is on the actual website of the platform you want to look at such as Amazon or shopify etc. This way you get the most accurate information without having to jump through hoops to get it!

    Good luck 

    Melanie

    1. I’ve always found the same thing–the platforms that you’ll be using for your online store or business always have the most up-to-date information.  They make money when you succeed, so they provide the best tools and instructions.

      I hope people read reviews before they buy MMO programs so they get more info to make better buying choices.  Thanks for stopping by to read my review!

  5. Hello Janelle,

    At a glance Club 365 seems to be an attractive package for a mere $27 for a lifetime membership, but after reading your thorough review its doesn’t worth a single dime at all. I agreed that there are lot of red flags as mentioned in your review post. This the same modus operandi used by many low quality programs luring you into their sale funnel with low cost frontend product. After that you will be pressurized with all type of upsells in order to accelerate your income generation. 

    Don’t fall prey into these hyped up program, you might losing not hundred but thousand of dollars you never can recover.

    Thank you for exploring another hyped up yet low quality program to awareness.

    Keep up the good work.

    Best regards.

    1. You’re not kidding when it comes to how much money people can lose trying to make programs work!  They believe that if they do whatever it takes to get traffic to their site, they’ll get all their money back with big profits.  But it doesn’t work out that way.

      Thank you for stopping by to read my review!

  6. Hello Janelle,

    I am so grateful to you for your review on Club 365.

    I have heard of this and often wondered if it all it is cracked up to be. What I specifically like about your review is that you actually bought it and went inside and had a look around.

    Personal experience trumps hearsay any day, so I really appreciate your knowledge.

    I am am member of Wealthy Affiliate and I can say that it is one of the best programs I have seen for a long time.

    I get really good traffic to my website from WA and also I earn from it too.

    I will now have a look around your website for other treasures.

    I am curious, are you generating enough from WA or do you combine it with other programs and if so which ones?

    Great job!

    Tim

    1. I’m glad you’re having a great experience with WA!  I actually have 4 sites that I currently use to generate income, 3 niche sites and Build Your Early Retirement, and all of them are hosted at Wealthy Affiliate. 

      One of the best features is that you can have up to 50 websites with WA’s premium membership.  So you have the ability to expand your online business and income as far and high as you want to take them!

      Thank you for stopping by to read my review!

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