I have tried signing up to Easy1up before, but before I could go further there were quite a few alarm bells that made me wary. I looked a little into it and I honestly feel that whoever uses it must be very careful. Here is my review of Easy1up.
The person I came in contact with was too friendly and it just shouted: BEWARE!
Easy1up Review at a Glance
- Website: easy1up.com
- Owners: Peter Wolfing (but his website only gives his name)
- Overall Rank: 1/5
- Usability: 2 / 5
- Support: 2 / 5
- Inside functions: 1/5
- Interaction with Users: 2 / 5
- Overall Rating: 2/10
- Price: US$ 25 ~ US$ 1,000 (depending on Level)
- It has some questionable ways to helps users make money. Use with caution
Easy1up, What Does It Have?
There is no tangible product or service it offers to its users at all. The main focus of Easy1up is to recruit members to its ranks and to get money from new users throguh affliates. They mention you can get 4 figure income by rising up their ranks and the only to raise up their ranks is to pay $$$. That is non-refundable and as much as they pertain no guarantees to make money.
The Good & the Bad & the Ugly
Easy1up is still good, right?
- There seems to be support from other members that help each other out and give ways to recruit new members to their team. They are really friendly actually.
- Seems to pay people with affiliate scheme which has high %.Easy1up is still good, right? Y…NO
- The owner Peter Wolfgang has had a number of systems he has raised up such as Turbo Cycler, Business Toolbox, Infinity 100, Pay Me Forward and National Wealth Center. Though seems that National Wealth Center is the only business left standing. Most of businesses seem to paint itself as money making educational system but it does not give its users enough to go on.
- The business model seems to be a MLM (Multi-layer Marketing) scheme (you only make money by recruiting others) and does not seem to benefit you unless you are at the top of the scheme. The only problem the scheme does not really give you things tangible to sell so very much like P…p…pyramid scheme.
- It is full of promises but does not seem to be of any substance, it just seems to really promise these 4 figure income without a good plan to make $$$ accept from promoting them.
- It has very few positive reviews and a lot of bad reviews, but they have cleaned it up a bit.
- No free trial and has no refunds. Really doesn’t give you a choice does it?
- The owner has been in quite a few scams already
- That near-fanatical zealousness does make you want to shout: WAKE UP!
- Bringing up internet business needs time and effort and not just $$$. Even if you are strapped on cash you should not be left out because you have pay US$1,000 for all the lessons.
Who is Easy1up For?
I really finding it hard to recommend it to anyone as they prey on people’s expectations to make money and just too good to be true. They have no alternatives for you to make money and just taking someone’s money without even a good policy is ALARM BELLS to me.
Easy1up still Has Support
The training does not feel up to scratch and rudimentary at best. To professional marketers they can see that it is not really a legit business model. Others members give some support but that is as good as it gets. At the very least they are friendly and give you as much support as they know how to. The introduction does seem to have a starter on what you can provide some training and direction though most you can get from the internet.
Easy1up is Pricey
They divide their prices in parts to entice you to get better and better “training”.
Elevation US$25 – This is suppose to give you the basics of affiliate training.
Elevation US$100 – Gives you more of the cake though just enough not to give a big picture. At least they add free Udemy training to it.
Vertex US$ 250 – They suppose to give you stronger training on affiliate marketing, but now seems weird: e.g Passion to Profit is lesson. Does not seem as training of substance.
Vertex Elite US$ 500 – This them selling you traffic which is a no-no in affiliate marketing.
Vertex Pro “Core” US$ 1,000 – This is where they make you look like a legitimate business. As you can see, the basic lesson of FB branding and business building which should come earlier on is only there when you paid them a lot of $$$. Which most of us do not always have.
My Thoughts on Easy1up
I seriously find it hard to recommend a product that promises too much without a legit way to grow and flourish your business. Most of the lessons inside their plan seems to be copped out from affliate lingo which is suppose to persuade you and the “elite” RSVP and zeal these coaches have makes it dodgey.
Seriously, if it is a good product they will always need hard work good planning.
Owners: Peter Wolfgang
Price: US$ 25 ~ US$ 1,000
Overall Scam Rank: 2/10
VERDICT: NOT LEGIT, Scam ALERT!!!