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Is Too Damn Easy a Scam? You are Going to Become a Cash Gifting Expert

February 25, 2016 10 Comments



Product name: Too Damn Easy


Price: $2.000- $18.000

Owner: Q, The Cash Gifting Expert

Overall rank: 5 out of 100

Verdict: Borderline scam


Have you ever heard of cash gifting? I personally have never heard of anything like that. Internet is really an amazing thing and here you can come across some really amazing stuff you have never thought of.

I came across this program and decided to take a look at it to see if it can really help start making $60.000 per month. Yes, you heard that right. $60.000 per month and even more!

The owner of Too Damn Easy calls himself Q, The Cash Gifting Expert who has been making hundreds of thousands of dollars per month over the past 19 years and now he wants to help you start doing the same through a too damn easy way.

In my review I’m going to take a closer look at this program so you can know if Too Damn Easy is a scam or not. Keep reading because I’m going to explain the system in a too damn easy way.




Pros of Too Damn Easy

  • It sounds great


Cons of Too Damn Easy

  • The system doesn’t guarantee you any profit
  • No money back guarantee
  • Very expensive
  • I’m not sure their testimonials are real


Short info about Too Damn Easy

First off, I would like to start my review by stating one simple fact. The owner of Too Damn Easy, Mr. Q says that there are a lot of other cash gifting programs out there and the majority of them are scams because they are failing and he suggests that you follow his recommendations and don’t be fooled.


He claims that his system is different from all other systems and that he has been making money over the past 19 years through his Too Damn Easy system.

He even shows his earned money in the promo video.




BTW, it really does look very cheap. BTW, I have a question to you and to Mr. Q.

Question to you: Do you really believe that the money he shows on the video belong to him?

Question to Mr. Q: How can you prove that your system works and is different from other cash gifting programs 98% of which are failing?

BTW, he shows photos on his website, i.e. testimonials, but they don’t look trustworthy.

There is a testimonial from Susan Pancowitz who made $18.000 in one day, but unfortunately, there is no proof. I personally can take such photos and put them on my website too.




BTW, his program is being promoted through other websites that have the same material. To be honest, this approach makes his program even more untrustworthy.




How Too Dam Easy system works

As I said above, Too Damn Easy is a cash gifting system that works only for those people that have free money they can afford to invest into this risky venture. And it really is.

Because once you’ve invested your money, say goodbye to your money because there is no refund, no money back guarantee here. You invest your money at your own risk.




The minimum amount starts from $2.000 and up to $18.000. On top of that you still have some other expenses such as, membership fee, team leader bonus. Mr. Q offers 3 types of membership:

  • Red Dream Tube: cash gift -$2.000, $100 – team leader bonus and $300 – membership fee
  • Green Dream Tube: cash gift – $6.000, $200 – team leader bonus and $400 – membership fee
  • Black Dream Tube: cash gift – $18.000, $300 – team leader bonus and $500 – membership fee
  • Purple Dream Tube: cash gift – $100.000, $400 – team leader bonus and $1.000 – membership fee

My question to you: Are you really willing to invest so much money into this too damn easy project? And remember, there is no money back.

Once you have chosen a package and invested your money, you need to find someone else who is willing to join the system and once they have invested their money you will take the your cash gift.

Mr. Q calls this kind of earning a cash gift. This is how Mr. Q’s Too Damn Easy system works. The main problem with this system is that when you send your money to someone you simply agree to send money as a cash gift and you of course can’t take your gift back. It’s unethical:)

But the question is: Are you willing to send someone such an expensive gift? Once you’ve done it, you need to work really hard to find someone willing to send cash gift to you.

So, basically this system woks as follows: you send your cash gift to someone else who then sends a cash gift to another person and so on and so forth. As simple as that.

And Mr. Q promises to show you how to do it. But wait. It’s not going to work as damn easy and simple how Mr. Q wants you to believe.


Does Too Damn Easy provide any training?

Yes, he provides you with a so called training, a pdf guide (25 pages) that doesn’t contain any valuable strategies. Just instructions to follow.


You will be given a phone number which you will need to call and listen a recorded Q box messages that will reveal Mr. Q’s secrets how to make tons of money in the next 30 days.


But he admits that most people don’t take action and those that take action will be making close to $100.000 per month. Mr. Q says that you don’t need to do anything because his system will do all the work for you.

He promises that you all you need to do is mail his pre-designed marketing materials with your referral ID and that’s it. You don’t need to sell anything, you don’t need to panic, you don’t need to chase, you don’t need to talk to anyone because they have a Team Leader Partnership plan.




Team Leader Partnership means you pay your membership fee and one of their team leaders will handle all inquires and sign ups for you and you then receive your cash each month without doing anything. Sounds as too good to be true.

I really can’t say anything regarding Mr. Q’s honesty. If you want to participate in this program you can do it at your own risk. Just download the file and read it carefully.

Then listen to his Q box and then ask him questions by email and then decide whether you want to participate in the program or not.

In short, you need to download the pdf guide and read it carefully. Mr. Q gives all instructions. Before calling him you need to get ready for that.

By this I mean you must answer YES to all these questions or otherwise Mr. Q will not talk to you:

  • You need to read his 25 page guide
  • You need to listen to his Q box message
  • You need to choose a membership package
  • You must have cash ready to send it to your prospect within 24 hours


How to find prospects to join under you

There are two ways to find prospects to join under you:

  • Paid traffic
  • Free traffic

When it comes to free traffic, Mr. Q doesn’t teach you anything.

When it comes to paid traffic, such as solo ads, PPC, PPV, CPV etc. all these methods will cost you money while there is no guarantee that you will find someone who will want to join Too Damn Easy program.

You can easily waste all your money with no results. Just as an example, there is a program called Six Figure Mentors that basically is not much different from Too Damn Easy.

They are selling high ticket items that will cost you thousands of dollars and in order to make a lot of money you need to get other people to sign up under you which is extremely difficult.

They have system and training in place, they are experts in this field and yet a friend of mine have been a member to Six Figure Mentors within one year and he failed to earn anything even remotely close to what he has been promised by SFM mentors.

Finally, he quit their program. Please read his email to me and make your decision.




Does Too Damn Easy guarantee you to make money with the system?

Since the name of this program is “Too Damn Easy” this means making money with it is too damn easy. Right?

If it was really that easy then Mr. Q would give you guarantees so you can fell comfortable to invest money into his “amazing” system.

But, as you can see, there is no guarantee whatsoever which means Mr. Q’s system is NOT too damn easy at all and it means he is lying to you.


Final word about Too Damn Easy

I personally think if you have free money and can afford to invest in this opportunity, you can try it at your own risk. I personally can’t recommend it because I’m not 100% sure about honesty of Mr. Q.

Though I can’t say that he is dishonest. I don’t know him. But if you are on a tight budget and can’t afford to invest in this opportunity because you are afraid of losing your money, then don’t do it at all. I personally don’t recommend it.


I always try to be honest with my readers and very accurate in my opinion and after writing my final word about Too Damn Easy I decided to do more research and thankfully I found a few interesting facts about this program.

I found a complaint on one of the websites on the internet,




then I found a complaint on RipoffReport website. All these facts show that Too Damn Easy is not a reliable program and I definitely don’t recommend it. If you still want to join it, it’t up to you.




Mr. Q has a few qualifying questions for you to be able to call him and I have a few qualifying questions too in order to help you make your decision.

Are you willing to pay Mr. Q IF:

  • You don’t know him personally
  • There is no money back guarantee
  • There are complaints about his program

Decision is yours!


Final glance at Too Damn Easy

  • The system doesn’t guarantee you any profit
  • No money back guarantee
  • Very expensive
  • No real testimonials or proofs
  • Overall rank 5 out of 100
  • Verdict: Borderline scam


If you have been scammed by Too Damn Easy or have any experience with this “amazing” system, good or bad, please share your experience by leaving your comments.

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  1. Chris Towers says:

    Well.. yet another program that offers very little in return for the money you spend!!

    There are far too many of these around on the internet today and for some reason they seem to be gaining momentum… Will Google never take a look into these so called Rip Offs and do something about them?

    The Wealthy Affiliate I have heard of before and I understand this is a legitimate program and will work for you if you are willing to put in some time and effort.

    Thanks for the information here!


    • Rufat says:

      The main issue with this program is that it not only gives you little value, it gives you nothing at all. I first thought that this program was good. After doing some research I found complaints about Mr. Q and his amazing opportunity. To be honest, when I sent him an email, I got a reply from him the next day. But after coming across this complaint I changed my opinion and I think participating in this program involves a high risk of losing money.

  2. Derek Marshall says:

    Hi there Rufat,

    Another fantastic warning about a dodgy product. . Despite the fact nobody can actually assure you of success they can, should and really ought to, if they are a legitimate company, offer some kind of refund policy.

    The lack of these should be a huge warning sign for all!

    • Rufat says:

      Thank you Derek for your comment. I have to agree with you that if there is no refund policy this means the program is not legit. I think the idea of cash gifting is already a huge warning for all of us. There are many other programs like this one and I think this Too Damn Easy is one of those we should stay away from.

    • JerryP says:

      My Daughter and I joined a program gifting money two months ago. We did not use this one but one from a lady in Conn.She and us both made a ton of money and have moved on to other ventures.We made about $60,000 in 3 months each,and the Lady made about$100K. I would have continued, but I just did not feel right about making money this way. We would run a weekly ad in our local newspaper, and get 100s of people to call us and about 20-30 to join.No Mr. Q or scams.We are now promoting products for Home Depot, Loews, Sears, etc.It is not an Affiliate program, but a great Comm. of 25 percent of what you sell.tell this to Wealthy Affiliate. It is not a Company, my Daughter and I just set this program up for us.You see we took the money that we made from gifting and started this.It is a Startup, but we are selling products Internationally and no shipping on our part.Regards, JerryP

      • Rufat says:

        Hi Jerry,

        Ok, I understand that you made ton of money through a cash gifting program, but can you prove that? I know that most cash gifting programs are scams. Thousands of people lost ton of money online thanks to cash gifting programs. So, if you had success with it, that’s ok. I wish you success. I don’t think it’s a good idea to put money at risk trying to make money through such programs. There is no guarantee whatsoever.

  3. Steen says:

    Hello Rufat!
    MR Q sounds like a very exciting person. I have on several occasions met people from these donation programs in the social media.
    They have all been very keen to recruit. Yes almost desperate.
    But it is my attitude to the kind of business. I do not believe MR Q or other leaders in the industry. Something that surprised me a bit here is that you write has been around for 9 years.
    Can I ask you why do you think the government to have this kind of blatant scams run for so many years.

    • Rufat says:

      Yes, you’re right Steen. They are very experienced people in what they are doing and they can persuade naive people to spend thousands of dollars on these useless cash gifting programs. In fact, they are useless because they don’t provide any value to people. It has been around 9 years and I strongly believe people like him have been scamming other people exactly the way that is explained in the complaint that I added to my article. The worst thing is that some people still fall for this type of useless programs because they don’t have any clue about cash gifting programs. Regarding government control as I know there is no such a service like internet police that could catch people like Mr. Q and that’s why they continue to scam people. It’s hard to catch them or stop their activity.

  4. Jen says:

    This is the first I’ve heard of Too Damn Easy, and hopefully it’s the last. Sounds like a scam to me too! It’s really scary how many scams there are out there that get you to buy into their “easy money” business deals.

    A great warning to anyone out there looking into this business venture. I like your comparison to the program you recommend – Wealthy Affiliate. It truly shows that there are good and bad opportunities out there.

    Thanks for sharing your insights!

    • Rufat says:

      I believe it’s a borderline scam. I really have done an in-depth research of this program and it was not easy to give a verdict. First, when you do a research Too Damn Easy looks like legit program but when you start digging deeper and deeper you start to see some other hidden facts. My research brought me to complaints you can see in my review. These complaints can’t prove that this program is a complete scam but they serve as a serious warning for those who want to join this program. In my opinion. it’s a waste of time and it’s completely useless program. It doesn’t deliver any value at all. And there is no money back guarantee. I don’t think a reasonable person would want to participate in this really shady opportunity to become rich overnight.

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