It’s great to have you here at my Lucky Club app review.
Since what you are about to learn about this game will not only change your perception of this game.
But any other apps that function in the way that this one does.
Now we have all seen the adverts for games like this that promise the world, and for this one, in particular, it did make me chuckle.
Why did it do? Well, it’s because they say that you are one step away from getting rich.
That step, of course, is by downloading their game and playing for what looks to be unlimited rewards.
However, not only do I know too well that these games are unable to deliver these promises.
But the developers know this also and make these claims so that they can effectively cash grab.
You may have seen the name of the app and also the title of this post.
Which may have got your hopes up in the process.
However, In this post, I am going to:
- Uncover the truth around this app to you
- Give you a bit of info on who is behind it all
- Before finally telling you whether you could actually get rich by playing Lucky Club.
So if you need these answers, I do encourage you to read the whole of this post as your not going to want to miss any of this.
Lucky Club App Review Summary
- Owner: Len Fox Game
- What Are They?: Making Money App
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Lucky Club?
Lucky Club is the newest instalment of games made by the ever familiar Len Fox Game developers.
These guys are notorious for making fun little games that look to have ways for you to earn cash and some decent rewards.
When I say decent, I am not even talking a few dollars and maybe a gift card.
Instead, we have here items worth thousands and a lot of money to be won in-game.
Now I must make this quite clear, this is what they say.
I haven’t, nor will I be getting paid from them.
As not only do I not work with any app that operates like these people do, but they don’t pay anyone anyway.
This is backed up by previous apps Len Fox Game have come out.
Two games that really hit off with an accumulated 1 million downloads between the two.
However, despite that, not a single soul was paid out.
Despite all the talk, the owners made through both adverts for the games.
As you can see, there is certainly a pattern here, and with Lucky Club, they are looking to do exactly the same thing again.
You Don’t Want To Be Part Of This Club.
The developers have created this game around the idea of being lucky.
So because of that, they are using that to encourage people to get involved and become a member of this club.
A club, whereas you can see in the picture, can get you some sweet looking rewards.
What you can see there is Gucci perfume, iPhones and also you can wad of cash.
All being shown in both an inviting but also scammy way.
It’s also nearly as bad as the advert for Lucky Club underneath too:
When you see pictures like this, you can really see why people take that gamble, and that is because they don’t want to miss out on what could be very beneficial to you.
However, when I see any game like this, I already know what it will be like
Normally just a few seconds after coming across them.
What I found to very helpful in differentiating the genuine apps from those that aren’t are those that say you can ‘earn’ money.
Earning money in the sums that these developers claim is just not doable because of thousands of users.
So that will tell you straight away that people aren’t going to be paid out as it would be impossible for the developers to do so anyway.
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How Does It Work?
Len Fox Game has already got on the bandwagon of games that are easy to monetize around the concept of earning money.
They have done exactly that for this game, but instead of just having one like the Plinko-based Dropping Ball app they released, they have made an app full of mini-games.
Lucky Club, therefore, consists of many different small games you can play.
Of which each one comes with virtual money tied into it.
Now when you do load it up for the first time.
You will see a busy dashboard like what you see below:
From there, you have games that are all self-explanatory from their name:
- Lucky Scratch a game that pays you to do scratchcards
- Slot of cash where your spinning slots
- Wheel, the game featured most in the advert, where users spin a wheel and collect the virtual rewards they land on.
- Card consists of 9 cards, of which you get to turn over three of them and collect whatever is showing.
- Lucky Award is where you can collect puzzle pieces which apparently you can redeem for prizes from iPhones to Dyson hairdryers.
- Lotto, just like in real life, you pick 6 numbers from 1 to 59. If you get all 6 numbers right, you get $100,000. But what are the chances of that being a lie? I would say pretty high.
That rounds of all the mini-games, you can play.
I wouldn’t say they are challenging or fun games and wouldn’t be the type for users to play to kill time, from what I have seen.
However, that isn’t the aim of this app.
People will frequently be grinding Lucky Club to build this virtual money to a point where they can cash out.
If you are a user of the game hoping for the best, let me tell you right now that this company is never in a million years going to pay you out, nor anyone else.
Lucky Club Referral Program
A referral program is a random feature on the app that has been thrown into Lucky Club.
With the idea of giving users more things to do but also to increase the number of users playing the game.
I am used to referral programs and am a part of some online, where I recommend certain sites and apps to introduce people to new opportunities to earn money.
But I will not be promoting anybody to Lucky Cube because I would be wasting your time, and for me, I don’t want to be recommending an app that is quite simply rubbish.
This referral program for this app is quite messy, and from the get-go, you have no clue what the actual terms are of it.
This, for me, is just another red flag, not that I need anymore to prove that this game doesn’t pay.
You are incentivised to bring in new users with a different currency called ‘Bonus Dollars’ on this program.
When you first open it up, you may become confused at first, like I was that you are being given $270.
As you can see in the screenshot below is the bonus I was given.
To cash out, they say you need $300 of these bonus dollars, so you, therefore, need to make an extra $30.
When you invite a friend, you get $12; however, it’s not clear whether you get that each time.
The owners could easily set this amount to go down drastically each time, meaning you will never actually get to the minimum threshold.
I also want to point out the elephant in the room, which is the massive $270 given to you for absolutely no reason.
I am no stranger to signing up bonuses and that kind of thing, but this is so over the top that the alarm bells do ring here.
How Do They Pay?
I am sure the picture is obvious at this point.
But if you are interested in the supposed ways, people can cash out, here is what they have listed.
So you have both money and coupons.
Both have their use and their own rewards associated with them.
For the cash, you have the familiar paying options that are on Len’s other games.
This consists of Messenger, Tez, PayPal, Cash App and more.
Going over to the coupons, you instead have gift cards for big brands such as Dominos, Starbucks, Amazon and more.
The lowest amount of cash needed is $240, but 50 million is needed with the coins.
What You Need To Know About
1. They Have Learnt From Past Games
Len Fox Game have learnt from apps they have launched by disabling all feedback and reviews.
To do this, developers opt to place their apps in an early access mode.
Now, normally this only done when companies want to soft launch their apps.
But in this case, it’s done to stop people from having their say and potentially scaring off other people from downloading their apps.
This is something I would say keep an eye out for as 9 times out of 10 if a ‘cash’ earning app is in early access.
The chances are that they aren’t what they are making out to be.
2. Items That No One Is Winning
My gripe with developers like this one is they really do prey on peoples weaknesses.
That weakness being peoples desperate urge to make money.
So these companies will deliberately target people who are in tough financial situations.
They put these too good to be true adverts, which are all lies.
Followed by covering their apps with cash and gadgets at every sight.
To keep people playing and hoping that they will be lucky.
But these games are never about luck because no one wins.
It’s not like you could do the lotto, for example, and get all the numbers guessed correctly.
Because even if that amount were added to your balance, the people behind it would never send the funds to you.
All of which weirdly does make sense.
As we have no info on the company operating to tell us who is actually going to be responsible for paying anyway.
I have gone deep in on Lucky Club, but I have only done that to hit home how bad this game is and show you the real colours of the people behind them.
The owners don’t care about giving back.
They keep all the revenue they make while they continue to create the same games repeatedly.
No matter what you do on the app, how quickly you earn this virtual money, it will never hit your accounts, and that is simply the truth of the matter.
My advice is not to bother even attempting to earn with this app.
As they will waste hours, maybe even days of your time while you gain nothing back from it.
However, it is your choice whether you play Lucky Club.
If you do want to try your hand, by all means, go for it if that is what you want to do.
Instead, though, I would rather recommend legitimate apps such as the ones on this list here.
They all operate legitimately and crucially pay out everybody, making them a much better option for anyone who just wants to make money online.
Thanks for reading my Lucky Club app review.
Do you have any questions to ask me or even a game you would like me to check out next?
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