The Crazy Fox Program

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by acts1010, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. acts1010

    acts1010 New Member

    Any one know about the crazy fox program I have seen on tv?
    Does it work? What does it involve? Thanks.
     
  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I've never heard about it, but you can look up the opportunity on the http://ripoffreport.com or check out the online Better Business Bereau.
     
  3. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    What is the URL of the website and what does it involve?
     
  4. acts1010

    acts1010 New Member

    crazyfox.com
     
  5. hsimpsonjr

    hsimpsonjr Silver Member

    My guess is it's just a lead generation company that uses this commercial to generate leads to sell to who ever wants them.
     
  6. talfighel

    talfighel Silver Member

    Quoting: hsimpsonjrMy guess is it's just a lead generation company that uses this commercial to generate leads to sell to who ever wants them.

    It does look like the leads go to one person who is generating signups through email. Once they get your email, that's GOLD for them.

    Tal
     
  7. acts1010

    acts1010 New Member

    In the commercials on TV, almost every one have a different web site for example 123crazyfox.com, 234crazyfox.com, 345crazyfox.com. I can not remember the exact ones but it is done in a similar fashion. What's up with that? Especially if your promoting it on TV. You would want one familiar web site, right?
     
  8. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Just for the record, a lot of these "As Seen On TV" type opportunities are total rip offs - and the people who do the "testimonials" are usually paid actors. If I were you, I'd stay clear of them...
     
  9. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Quoting: acts1010In the commercials on TV, almost every one have a different web site for example 123crazyfox.com, 234crazyfox.com, 345crazyfox.com. I can not remember the exact ones but it is done in a similar fashion. What's up with that? Especially if your promoting it on TV. You would want one familiar web site, right?

    The reason they have different websites set up is probably to track different ad performances from different channels, times, and tv shows.
     
  10. Every serious business will always make it clear: Who they are, what they offer... etc. and CrazyFox does not -
    This is the first indication of a SCAM.

    Stay away.

    Barb
     
  11. bearly09

    bearly09 New Member

    Well I never tried this personally but one of my good friends did and she claims it to be a rip off! She said she paid money for the program and it never gave her anything. Just took her money and that was it. I was surprised because they did have it on tv. I tried to go to the website once to check it out but it wouldn't let me in. I'm pretty positive it's a scam.
     
  12. ItsMoneytime

    ItsMoneytime New Member

    I've always seen this and wondered too. But they never say what exactly they are doing to earn money. Look at the fine print located at the very bottom of the screen. PAID ACTORS! If not it would say ACTUAL CUSTOMER and it does not. And why would'nt you want to use the actual customer as the testimonials. I understand leaving a window of curiosity of the potential customer but. Just didnt sound right as opposed tho what works.
     
  13. FearlessIncome

    FearlessIncome New Member

    I'm pretty sure Herbalife was behind the Crazy Fox deal.
     
  14. igor01

    igor01 New Member

    Hello, folks!
    I wanted to jump on their awesome deal and make $1,000,000 a day just like their "real testimonial people" claim, but after spending a day researching the offer I found out it was basically a scam. Herbalife to be more exact.

    They try to upsell you all the things you need to start business, so they try to sell you packages for $1000's of dollars... and they charge you for many useless things monthly and there is no way to stop them unless you cancel you Credit Card. They also sell your information to third parties - so you start getting endless calls from CC companies, printer companies - all trying to sell you stuff.

    Now about having different domain names - they simply doing it to track where the visitors come from. You will notice that each TV channel has a different URL - so they know which TV channel makes the most sales...

    ... as someone already mentioned above, if the company does not reveal who they are and what exactly is the business offer - you are better to stay away.

    Igor
     
  15. BeAChampion

    BeAChampion Member

    The Crazy Fox thing is a lead generation company.

    You inquire to get the CD or kit and then your contact information becomes a lead and is sold to businesses for $5 to $20 a lead.

    They buy the leads that Crazy Fox collects for them because they know you are somewhat interested in making money from home.

    So then you'll get a phone calls from various businesses trying to 'sell' or pitch you on their business opportunity.

    Tim
     

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