Such a popular system and Cash Embrace hasn't said a word about yet... If you're wondering why is that, let me tell you - I've been wondering the same thing myself for the last couple of days. Once I stopped wondering, I did my homework and now you'll read all about it in my Easy 1 Up review.
In case this is the first time you're hearing about this product:
Above all, Easy 1 Up is one of those programs that swear to be able to make you lots and lots of money fast.
At least, that's what their mission statement is all about.
And now you'll find out if the product has the power to back that statement up!
Product Name: Easy 1 Up
Owner: Peter Wolfing
Price: $25, $100, $250, $500, $1000
Cash Embrace Says:
Don't Even Think About Buying It!
For starters, my first impression after watching the sales video is that the people behind Easy 1 Up know what they're doing.
To clarify, that presentation is handled professionally and is definitely pushing the buttons that is supposed to push:
Ultimately, what you're promised to receive is a system that is easy to manage, will basically do most of the job for you and will allow you to score a delicious amount of cash without leaving your couch.
Ain't that what everyone would like to hear?
That being said, we all know that most of the time things are not always what they seem to be, correct?
So, I have no intention to take anything at its face value. And considering you're reading this Easy 1 Up review, I know that neither are you!
Generally, here is how the sales video describes what this product is all about:
Firstly, Easy 1 Up can be used by anyone. Meaning, you'll be able to profit from it regardless of your geographical location or your background.
After all, the only thing you need to make it work is access to the Internet! Because leveraging the power of the Internet is basically what the product does.
Secondly, don't expect to break a sweat in order to make money through the system. Supposedly, Easy 1 Up will do all of the "selling, telling, and explaining" for you.
Lastly, you'll earn pretty satisfying commissions every single day almost right off the bat. Likewise, you won't have to work for years and invest a fortune just like you will if you're starting a business in the traditional way.
To be honest, I completely agree with the part of the presentation explaining how long does it take to create a successful business and all of the risks that you'll face while doing so.
That being said, it looks like you won't have to go through all of the stress and disappointment of watching your newly created business bite the dust.
Ultimately, Easy 1 Up is a kind of program that managed to "deconstruct the traditional business model". And all that you need to do is to take advantage of that...
If you feel like everything coming from the sales video sounds too good to be true, just wait until you read what else my Easy 1 Up review has in the store for you.
Apparently, it's not only that the product is allegedly the solution to all of your money problems. Moreover, it will allow you to build your own money machine through a simple and yet more than a powerful business model.
I mean, how the system could not be powerful if it eliminates most of the major setbacks we, the ordinary business owners, had to face?
For instance, using Easy 1 Up comes at a price that obviously anyone can afford. As a result, you don't have to spend sleepless nights worrying about unmanagable start-up costs.
Furthermore, you can always keep your current full-time job. Earning through the product doesn't take a lot of time, remember?
Ultimately, there is no need for you to create your own website or a product for that matter - it's all done for you!
Just like 90% of the rest of the work (tracking, customer support, product fulfillment, etc.) are done for you as well.
Well, if I was a beginner just starting to work online, I would jump on this opportunity without thinking twice about it.
But I'm not a beginner anymore and I'll show you why I'm having a hard time buying all that!
Now, this is the first of many red flags coming up within my Easy 1 Up review:
Basically, you can't promote the system and make money out of it unless you buy at least one of its products.
In case you don't see anything wrong with that, let me tell you - that's a big NO NO in the affiliate marketing world!
Subsequently, that red flag leads to the second one in an instant:
Above all, Easy 1 Up presents itself as a company with a line of work based on the affiliate marketing business model.
However, in reality, what they do smells so much more like MML (Multi-Level Marketing) than any variation of affiliate marketing as we all know it. But I'll dive into all that in details in a minute.
Now, let's take a look at the system's products and training, shall we?
As I've already mentioned earlier, you'll need to buy at least one of the company's products to be able to earn.
Currently, Easy 1 Up offers 5 options to choose from:
For starters, let me give you a bit of info about each one of them:
1) Elevation - considering this is their cheapest product, don't expect much. There isn't a wealth of knowledge to be absorbed here. On the contrary, the Elevation package just covers the fundamentals of Network Marketing and Social Media lead generation. Plus, you'll learn how to choose and use an email service provider.
2) Elevation Elite - this one is definitely more valuable than the former. Here, you'll be introduced to the power of video marketing. Including lessons on how to use Udemy and YouTube as sources of traffic to your offers.
Personally, I have no idea what a chapter on dropshipping is doing as a product of an affiliate marketing based company.
Obviously, somebody thought that it's a smart move to be included here, so...
5) Vertex Pro - the main focus of this product is on learning how to use Facebook Ads for your marketing campaign.
Above all, if you go for the most expensive product, you'll receive the previous 4 for free. But if you buy the cheapest one, you'll have to pay the full price of the rest of the products if you decide to purchase them as well.
In other words, you'll be pushed towards Vertex Pro from the get-go. I mean, makes sense, doesn't?
Honestly, I should probably point out that the problem I have with this company is not just one, but a couple of them!
If you visit the sales page and watch the presentation, you can't miss one of their main promises - making pretty decent commissions in a single day:
And let me tell you - this part of the sales pitch is not a lie!
Meaning, you can and you will earn anywhere between $25 and $1,000 using this system.
That being said, what kind of an issue I could possibly have with a product that is allowing you to earn that much?
Well, you'll see it clearly within the rest of my Easy 1 Up review, starting now:
Considering you already know that, forgive me for mentioning it once again.
Believe it or not, the fact that you can't make an affiliate commission without completing a purchase is not the biggest issue here.
On the contrary, the major disappointment will happen once you buy your chosen product and realize what you'll have to do next.
Basically, if you want to see a single dollar from Easy 1 Up, you'll have to recruit other people to purchase their products as well.
Above all, that's the only way you can make money with this system!
And the nonsense doesn't stop here:
Ultimately, you can only make commissions based on the type of product that you've bought.
For instance, if you've purchased the Elevation ($25) but the person you referred buys the Vertex Pro ($1,000), you'll make $25 and not a cent above the amount you've paid yourself.
Ain't that fair or what?
Then again, it's a dream come true for the owner of Easy 1 Up if every single person goes straight for the most expensive product.
Because the only way for you to make that commission of $1K is if you spend it yourself first!
That sounds promising, doesn't?
Generally, everything you got to read so far in this Easy 1 Up review doesn't paint such a beautiful picture.
Then again, it can't be that bad if the company is ready to pay you 100% the amount of every sale you make, correct?
Unfortunately, that's not entirely true!
According to the company's compensation plan, you'll get paid for all of your sales except for the second one. Subsequently, the amount of that sale goes directly into the pocket of your sponsor (the person who introduced you to Easy 1 Up).
In its core, that's what the Compensation Plan ("Reverse 1 Up") is all about.
Of course, that plan works the other way around too. Meaning, you'll receive the second sales of the people you referred as well.
And if they don't make any sale at all?
Well, the answer here is more than clear, isn't?
1) 100% commission - I'm not affiliated with Easy 1 Up (and I never will be) and I don't like it at all. Still, I have to mention that you'll receive the amount of every sale you make on 100%. So, if the only thing you care about is making money (and you don't mind that you'll be referring people to a pyramid scheme), then this product is exactly what you're looking for.
2) There is no delay of your commissions - you'll have your money the moment you earn them. In comparison, most of the companies will make you wait to see if there are going to be any refunds. But because Easy 1 Up doesn't do refunds, this rule doesn't apply here.
1) Easy 1 Up is a pyramid scheme in its core - the whole point of this company's existence is to make its owner awfully rich. That being said, it doesn't matter if its products offer any value at all. As long as people join and make money off each other's sales, the owner will keep getting wealthier and wealthier.
2) Speaking of the products... Basically, you are better off without them. Most of the information they provide can be found online for free.
3) Now, a word on the owner, Peter Wolfing. Wondering how exactly you're making him even richer than he already is when you join Easy 1 Up?
Well, here is how:
No matter which one of the company's products you're going to buy, you'll have to pay a 10% "admin fee". Supposedly, this fee is for "maintaining the system".
However, in reality, that money goes straight into Peter's pocket and that's how he is making a profit from every single person who becomes a member of Easy 1 Up.
4) The company can bite the dust at any given moment - that's what usually happens with pyramid schemes. Sooner or later, they just disappear.
Looking at Peter's history, don't expect a different future for Easy 1 Up.
Meaning, Peter created at least 5 other low-quality money-making programs over the years. Currently, 90% of them don't exist anymore.
Definitely, 100% yes, this system is a scam.
Considering that you'll be lured into it through the company's products but you'll have to recruit other people to make money out of them...
In my opinion, you don't have to lose your integrity in order to earn a living online.
Especially when there are much better ways to make an extra and even a full-time income on the web.
Well, there are plenty of ways in 2019, that's for sure!
For instance, you can build your own business and you won't have to pay $1,000 as a start-up cost.
As long as you can spare $15 for a domain name and there is something you enjoy to talk about, you have enough to start.
If that sounds good to you but you have no idea how to do it, I would suggest that you read my Free Guide.
It has all of the steps you'll need to go through and will explain to you the whole process in details.
Now, I think that there's nothing left for my Easy 1 Up review to cover.
Again, this is not a product you should waste your money on. Likewise, your time will be better spend building a business of your own.
Still, if you have any questions regarding today's topic, I would love to read and answer them.
Just drop them in the comments section below and I'll get back to you ASAP!
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