Welcome to my Easy1Up Review.
Now when I first came across this program, I immediately thought of another scam I reviewed before.
The testimonial seemed the same, and while the owner appears to be different, it also seems to be run in the same way.
Well, in this review, I will be going through the ins and outs of Easy1Up.
I will be letting you know whether it’s worth it and if it’s another dodgy scheme that you should stay away from.
Easy1Up Review Summary
- Owner: Peter Wolfing
- What Are They?: MLM
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is The Easy1Up App?
Easy1Up is a platform that teaches entrepreneurs about how to set up a business while teaching.
While that is what they offer, it was hard at first to know exactly what the opportunity they provided was.
That is because the video on the main page talks about the benefits of Easy1Up but skips how it works.
Unfortunately, this is a common theme with sites like this.
They aim to reel you in with there promises of money before they tell you how it all works.
There is a reason why Easy1Up arent completely transparent straight away, and that is because the way it works is the same structure as an MLM.
With the training, you are taught how to promote Easy1Up, and with it being the only way to make money with them, it certainly does give you the sense that they are a scam.
Who Is Peter Wolfing?
The company is owned by someone named Peter Wolfing who has over 26 plus years experience has a digital marketer. While the site is owned by Peter there are big similarities to another cash gifting scheme called Up2Give.
Not only does the name of both sites sound the same but the videos on-site are very similar which is quite suspicious.
Is Easy1Up A MLM?
Just like Up2Give, to make an account, you need to have been referred by someone else.
That is because the system works so that when you pay the membership fee that your referrer gets that sum.
That would typically be enough for them to enter the pyramid scheme bracket, which is illegal.
However, what a lot of these schemes do to save there back is they sell you some kind of product.
If we look at companies like Farmasi Cosmetic and Nutricellix who are also MLMs, they work in the same way.
Where while they sell products, they also put some of there focus on direct selling.
In this case, they sell your training, which is supposedly going to teach you various aspects of marketing.
So the answer is yes, it is an MLM; however, its not quite a pyramid scheme.
How Does Easy1Up Work?
When you go to sign up for Easy1Up, you will be shown various training at different price points.
In front of you, you will see how much you have to pay.
But since the commissions they give out are 100%, you will see how much
you are giving your referrer in the process.
So by referring people to the site and then they purchase training is how you will make commissions.
Like I just said, you get 100% of the money, which sounds excellent and leaves you wondering how Easy1Up even benefits.
Well, next to the sum of training you will see a processing fee.
In other words, this is the money that goes straight to Peter and is the team.
Every business needs to profit, and this how it will generate that.
How Much Does It Cost?
There are six programs in total that you can opt for.
What the catch is, the more money you spend, the higher the processing fee is.
So for the first package, which is Elevation, it costs $25.
However, it comes with a $5 fee.
If you instead opted for the highest costing program being Vertex Live, you will need to pay $2,500 for the training.
Followed by a $500 fee to Easy1Up.
The other programs consist off:
- Elevation Elite = $100 (+ $10 fee)
- Vertex = $500 (+ $25 fee)
- Vertex Elite = $1000 (+ $50 fee)
- Vertex Pro = $2000 (+ $100 fee)
Once you are on the dashboard, you will see messages saying your account is unpaid and until you have brought a plan, you can’t start making money.
Essentially until you have paid at least $25, you can’t do anything.
How Do You Start Making Money?
Once you have purchased a membership, you can start inviting more people to join Easy1Up. However, to do anything like the screenshot above suggests, you must be a member.
That is the only way you can make money, which is why this another MLM scheme.
Now just like any Multi-Level Marketing program there are terms you need to follow in order to get paid.
100 percent commissions are great; however, it doesn’t mean you will make money regardless of which package a referral chooses.
That is because whatever they buy, you need to match it.
For instance, you purchased the Elevation Elite for $100; you then refer a mate who decides to go all out and buy the Vertex Live package worth $2500.
Sounds great, and it seems like you will get a $2500 commission from one sale, which is nice.
However, to be entitled to everything your referrals purchase, you will have to match them.
So to get that money from the Vertex Live purchase. You will also need to have Vertex Live yourself.
The reason why they do this is simple and that is to encourage all there referrals to buy the most expensive package. It is quite similar too, 48 Hours To Wealth.
What I Am Not A Fan Off
1. Solely Focused On Recruiting
There are pros and cons to reviewing these platforms.
The pros are that I can give you a transparent and honest review and let you know what exactly you are getting into.
However, the cons are always the lack of information, and while you will find it if you look hard enough, none of these companies make it easy.
Now, as I said earlier, Easy1Up tries to cover themselves by giving training, but on the site, there is not a great deal of info on what exactly they are covering.
With any legitimate training, you will told about what it’s going to consist of and what you will be taught.
Just take legit programs like the Fimp Training and Wealthy Affiliate that I recommend, you know right from the start what you are getting into without the fluff.
With this program, on the other hand, the first thing you see is a video which only talks about financial freedom and a ‘revolutionary’ method of making money.
However, no information is given on what exactly you will be taught.
For me, this is a huge red flag.
2. Trying To Cover Too Much
I will be honest, I haven’t brought Easy1Up as I have wasted money on programs so similar it’s crazy.
Now another thing I want to highlight and this is important if you are new to online marketing is the training.
Now in Con 1 I talked about how you don’t get too much information on what you get for each package.
However, there is a list of topics on the website and what is the issue with these is that they are covering a lot.
This makes me question how good it is and whether it is in-depth enough for it to be worth the money.
With what is available on the internet these days if training isn’t step by step or not full of information then chances are you will find better stuff on Google for free.
3. No Turning Back
With the way the company is run you can understand why there is no refund policy.
As with refunds introduced it would make things messy with uplines having referral money deducted.
However with no refunds being offered what so ever it is a concern as once you send over the money.
It is gone forever.
And especially with a program like this one where it’s not exactly easy to see what you are paying for to have no refunds means you are just hoping it works out.
This is another reason why I won’t be putting any money into Easy1Up because even if I purchase that first package I know I will be disappointed and be regretting my decision.
Is Easy1Up Worth it?
Here is what I think, any company that adopts a business model in the theme of a pyramid scheme is a no go.
Well because it always set up for you to lose.
Like I mentioned earlier you could make money, but that is only ‘could’.
As at the end of the day contrary to what the sales video woman said you won’t be quitting your job and creating a successful online business.
Instead, you will just be putting more money in the pockets of Peter and his team.
So with that said I would like to finish this Easy1Up review by saying it’s just not worth it and that there are better and easier ways to make money online.
Easy1Up isn’t the first of its kind to come my way, trust me I have come across tons of programs like this one.
And how it ends is always the same, you join hoping to make money, you put money into it, get nothing back and then search for something else.
Which is expected as the business model sucks and is not in there favor.
But let me tell you a few years ago I was lucky to come across a business model that doesn’t rely on recruiting other people or selling directly to others.
So let me introduce to you Affiliate Marketing which is something I have been doing for the last 4 to 5 years.
Its a cool business model that has become really popular in the last few years on various different platforms.
Now because I want to bring this Easy1Up review to a close I will instead leave a link to a post here.
Here I will talk to you about the program I use and how I earn 4 figures every month without working more than an hour a week.