Is Smash Fund a Scam? Smash Fund Unbiased Review

Is Smash Fund a Scam? Smash Fund Unbiased Review

Ok, you are wondering if Smash Fund is yet another scam right, hence the question; Is Is Smash Fund a Scam? Smash Fund Unbiased ReviewSmash Fund a Scam? Well, you have taken the first right step by research and searching the truth about Smash Fund because this action will save you a lot of trouble and heartache. Mind you, I am not by any means saying that Smash Fund is a scam but as I usually review products and services by giving details first before judging if it is a scam, so will I also do to Smash Fund as well.

So, relax and read on because by the time you are done you will have at least an idea of what Smash Fund is and if it is ok to pitch a tent with it or not.

What is Smash Fund?

Smash Fund was founded by Rob Towles who happens to be the founder of Efusjon, which was an MLM on an energy drink that didn’t do well in 2010. As a matter of fact, he was actually sued during the era of Efusjon and eventually settled same year but that was the end of Efusjon anyway.

There was speculation that he was also behind LabActive (because there was nowhere in the website where his name is indicated but DSA record showed he was behind it) in 2013 and this same site is not doing well. No one is sure if it is abandoned or what. Now, that is a little information about the founder himself so let’s see what Smash Fund is all about, shall we? Great!

From my findings, Smash Fund is basically a Crowdfunding program that expects to help their members to earn money by inviting others into the network. You would be right to say is a networking platform where you invite and make money. I guess you would say a piece of cake is that all to it? Well, just don’t go off running to register just yet because I haven’t finished.

This is only open to U.S, Canadian and Australian residents. To earn $50 you have to personally refer someone to become a member. And $4 for every affiliate member you didn’t invite that appears on your network, cool right? But just hold on and don’t run off yet…

Smash Fund ideology is to invite 5 people and when those 5 invite another 5 each then you will have a pyramid shaped network of 25 people/members, does it sound like an MLM? It does to me!

What that means is you will get $3,725/month by their calculation and if you are the aggressive and over ambitious online entrepreneur then your target would be to earn the juicy $64,000 a month and all you need to do is to invite 1280 members all by yourself!

Do They Have Any Other Product?

Now, you may wondering if they have any other product aside from inviting members, I guess the answer to that is nothing! One will begin to wonder what the Crowdfunding is all about.

Is it free to join?

It is not free but will cost you a whopping sum of $149 per month.

Does Smash Fund work?

To the big question, does Smash Fund work? Or let me rephrase, Is Smash Fund a scam? I will ask you one question first before proceeding to answer the question. After reading the structure of Smash Fund and the history of the founder, do you think Smash Fund is realistic? Do you think they are realistic when they promise to help you make $64,000 a month? If you still think it is reasonable, then you have another thing coming.

First, I have a problem with the monthly payment of $149 for what, for inviting people to become members? What is the value in Smash Fund other than inviting people to become members? I don’t get it! Someone called it another hype and B.S and I think he’s right. I would rather say this just an empty hype designed to lure and make a naïve and innocent part with their hard earned money.


Smash Fund is some hype obviously and should stay from it unless you are dreaming of making $64,000 per month. I only hope you will finally wake up from that dream with some cash left in your bank.

Do you have any problem with the idea of working on a legitimate online business? Because, if you don’t have a problem with that, then I guess you might just be interested in what I am about to introduce to you, only that it requires a lot of commitment, hard work, and patient. But if you have all of these virtues and invest into your business then I can assure you that you will be living that dream as a reality. A dream of where you will have time for your family and what you love to do. Enough money for that vacation, car or house you have always wanted.

If you are living in the world of reality then I invite you to my #1 recommendation where you will have 2 websites and training on how to build your online business for free. There is also a premium membership for $49 per month without any up sells. I will be right there to help you with anything and so would everyone in the community. You have got nothing to lose.

If you have any question, comment or experience with Smash Fund, do not hesitate to drop it in the comment box below.

11 thoughts on “Is Smash Fund a Scam? Smash Fund Unbiased Review

  1. Great information on this smash fund. I hope people realize that joining this program may not work for most people. The monthly payment alone is a bit high and you are pretty much not getting anything for the money.

    The average person who joins any commission based programs does not make much money due to many factors let alone a program like smash fund.

    1. That’s right Udoh, Smash Fund is another MLM that would clearly make you part with your hard earned money and leave you high and dry. I won’t recommend that for anyone as matter of fact.

  2. Oh my goodness I remember that I nearly signed up for this a while back! I thought that the name sounded familiar in this article. Thanks for warning us, I remember that I couldn’t afford it so I didn’t buy it but its a good thing that I couldn’t afford it!

    1. Lol, Emma you are so so so funny! And yes, it is a good thing that you didn’t buy it way back then because you probably will be aggrieved now instead of being funny.

  3. Excellent review! I had never heard of Smash Fund before… and judging by your review it is probably a god thing that I haven’t! Your site will go a long way towards helping people for sure. Keep up the great work!

    1. Thank you Darcy for the words of encouragement. I will do whatever I can to help the naive and innocent to find a foot hold in online business because I was a victim of this kind of hype before.

    2. Yes, Darcy, we hope that our posts will reach as many people as possible to enlighten them of what it takes to be a success in online business. Thanks again for the visit.

  4. Thanks for this review. I am always looking for ways to make more money online, but definitely do my research first. I’ll also bookmark your site for future reference.

    I see people promoting different type of crowdfunding products, and really wonder how many people they manage to actually get to signup. The background alone on Smash Fund’s founder is a turn off. Unfortunately he is making money by exploiting those looking for a better life.

    In terms of crowdfunding products, do you think that they are any which might really be beneficial to sign up to.

    Love and light.

    1. Thank you for visiting our website, Vivia. And to answer your question, I don’t have knowledge of any good Crowdfunding at this time. However, I will update you if there is any that is worth signing up with.

      Thank you again

  5. Hi, Nnamdi. Thank you for sharing!
    Smash Fund sounds like a scam to me. What is the actual value for purely inviting others to join?
    There are just too many scams on the internet. Nearly all of them claim that they can help you get rich very fast. How disgusting it is!

    1. Hello, Anthony, everyone should be wary of shiny objects because all that glitters is not gold. But our greed sometimes gets in the way and we don’t see beyond our nose.

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