Although I had seen Easy 1 Up being promoted quite a bit in the past, I didn’t think about doing a review on this program because I haven’t seen a promotion of it in quite a while. I simply thought that like many MLMs, that it had gone under.
But boy! was I wrong, because I received an email today, promoting the program to me. And so, doing some research, I found that many people are wondering if this program is legit or a scam and so, here’s my personal review and opinion on this program.
Whether legit or not, this is not a program that I promote, so rest assured that you will be reading a completely unbiased review of the program and an honest opinion of whether this program is worth it.
Easy 1 Up Review At A Glance
Owner: Peter Wolfing
Purpose: Make money doing network marketing
Do I Recommend It?: Nope! I wouldn’t join if I were you…
What Is Easy 1 Up?
The sales page is pretty impressive, because they seem to be pretty comfortable telling you exactly what the system is about, how much it costs, the packages available, as well as how much money you could be looking forward to making by joining the program.
Easy 1 Up is a referral-based program, where you have to recruit in order to make money. This is referred to as an MLM, as long as there is a legit product being promoted by those recruits, outside of trying to build a downline.
The sales video claims that you will be making 100% commissions by selling their products and that these commissions will be in increments between $25 to $2000. These numbers are a bit strange because to be honest, these are the fees associated with the different levels that you can join at.
If there aren’t any other products, then this would become a pyramid scheme. But we’ll see.
The first question that came to mind, is if the company is allowing for 100% commissions, then how is the company staying afloat? That’s because there is a 10% admin fee that everybody needs to pay when they join, regardless which level they join at.
Apparently, Peter Wolfing has created a lot of similar programs and they don’t seem to have a good reputation among online marketers. Most of us don’t like MLMs anyways, but Peter Wolfing seems to have taken his place as “The King” of gifting systems, that seem to operate as MLMs, that actually aren’t.
How Does Easy 1 Up Work?
Well, it looks like that a ton of money can be made, because if you head over to Youtube, you’ll find a lot of people making tons of money with the program. So if you’re worried whether this program will really pay you, you don’t have to worry about that.
However, a company that pays isn’t necessarily doing something legal. What you have to worry about is the fact that this program is completely referral-based.
The work involved is for you to lead people to the same sales pages that you were referred to, in the hopes that they will purchase one of the packages and become a recruit. The second recruit of every one of your recruits becomes yours and their second recruit will become yours as well.
What I also want to make clear, is that this program is a pay-to-play scheme, meaning that you have to actually be at the level that your recruit comes in at, in order for you to make that commission.
For example, if you are at the $500-level and your recruit comes in at $25, you will make $25. However, if you are at the $25 and your recruit comes in at $500, you make NOTHING AT ALL for your hard work of referring that person and your referrer, if they are at least at the $500, will get 100% commissions.
Isn’t that a bummer? This kind of rule is there, to make you UPGRADE as fast as possible to higher levels, just so you can keep all your referrals.
Additionally, looking at the list of things that the training includes for each package makes me believe that the training may actually not be so good after all. There isn’t really fluidity or continuum within the modules of each package, which to me, is not very effective when you’re completely new to something and trying to learn.
At that price point, specially the $500, $1000 or even $2000 levels, I would have expected some kind of step-by-step training that would take newbies from A – Z. To me, these packages are way overpriced for what they’re offering.
One more thing that I’ve noticed, is that there is Dropshipping training. I don’t know what the heck Dropshipping has to do with this program (which is more like a MLM) and it looks to me like they were desperately trying to justify the price of each level, so they made up training that would look like more value, when they won’t really provide any.
Why I Don’t Recommend Easy 1 Up
There are a few reasons as to why I don’t recommend Easy 1 Up.
The first reason is that it is Peter Wolfing that created this program. If you research some of his other products, such as Ultimate Cycler, U-Economy and Hand of Heaven, you’ll find that all these programs are similar.
They’ll offer compensation for RECRUITING people into the system and won’t really have any valuable products to offer customers OUTSIDE of recruiting. This makes it little bit like a PYRAMID scheme, which we all know, is illegal. What’s happening here is that Wolfing is using the products as a front.
The “products” that the sales page talks about is only for the sake of FULFILLING the requirement of having a product to sell, outside of recruiting, to make money. If the products aren’t good and won’t benefit anybody outside of the program, then we can conclude that the real motive behind this program, is to make a massive pyramid.
Sure, there might be some training that could benefit newbies, but like I said, if you’re trying to learn something new, it needs to be actionable, step-by-step training, lessons or instructions. The training is so scattered here, that you won’t be learning the right way of making money at all.
Another fact I want to bring up, is that this program is WAY overpriced for what’s being offered. The truth is that this kind of training shouldn’t be costing you anything over $150. Heck, I personally received step-by-step actionable training from my #1 Recommendation, including the tools, website and hosting for $300 PER YEAR!
Easy 1 Up Review – Final Thoughts
In my opinion, Easy1 Up is a scam and should be avoided, because there don’t seem to be any other products that can benefit the general public, without them actually becoming a recruit. There is no other way to make money with this program, other than to build a downline and to make a commission whenever somebody joins.
Peter Wolfing does not have a very good reputation online and because he has created other similar “pyramid” schemes, it pushes me to really think that he may well be a serial scammer.
The training is very low-quality and in my opinion, is just there to fill the gap that there would exist otherwise, as this program is recruitment-based. It may have some value to the newbie for general information, but I don’t think that EVERYTHING that you would ever need would be included within the program, even at the higher levels.
Talking about the levels, the prices seem WAY too much for what’s being offered. Like I mentioned within my review, all this information shouldn’t be costing $2000 and more like $150. Getting an education on how online business works does NOT cost as much as what they’re asking from you.
In my honest opinion, Easy 1 Up should be avoided because it resembled a pyramid scheme to me.
What’s Next, Reyhana?
Sorry to have been the bearer of bad news about Easy 1 Up. I’m not the kind of person who is going to bash a product just because I don’t like it. I’m here to give you facts about the programs that I review and even though I may not like the model, if it’s legit and you can really make money from following or joining a program, I will be upfront with you.
Easy 1 Up just isn’t it!
So the next step that I would recommend you take now, is to look into affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is a legit way of making money online, where you promote a product (it can be ANYTHING; books, socks, pet supplies, computers…) by writing about it on your website, and each time somebody buys through your special link, you make a commission.
What I like about this model, is that there is ABSOLUTELY no recruiting involved and it has the potential to make you passive income, for job done only once.
That’s the exact way that I have been making passive income online and it is working very well for me, and for many other affiliate marketers. Some people I know have been able to build $10K/month businesses in the span of 2 – 3 years. And now, they only work a few hours a day at most.
I would love to share with you the program that allowed countless other affiliate marketers and I, make such a living from home. It is FREE to start, with no payment information asked from you at sign up. If you like it, great! Sign up for the premium membership (costs as little as $0.98 per day) to get access to EVERYTHING.
If you don’t like it, then hey! at least you would have tried to see if this is something that you like doing. I’ll have no hard feelings… 🙂
I’ll get in touch with you on the inside to answer any questions you may have about the program. I’ll be there to hold your hand and to show you tips and tricks that you can use to kickstart your online business.