What is Easy1Up?
Have you ever come upon a “business opportunity” that, the further you researched, the more shady it became?
What Is Easy1Up?
Easy1Up is a bizarre platform offering digital education products at 6 different price points for you to buy and then resell. Using a convoluted network marketing/MLM compensation plan called the “Reverse 1Up”, individuals are promised “$1000 paydays” by direct selling the digital education packages at highly elevated prices and then teaching their buyers to do the same.
From the outside looking in, any opportunity where you get to keep 100% of sales commissions for digital education products would seem like a great deal.
Especially when you’re told you’ll have almost your entire investment back immediately after just 1 sale.
However, the deeper we look into Easy1Up, the more red flags pop up.
The first major red flag whenever you’re getting started with online business is when the compensation plan has a convoluted, confusing angle that promises $1000 commissions to infinity for very little effort.
A second major red flag that can’t be overlooked is when the content in the training modules is basically ignored and the entire thing that keeps the compensation plan rolling are the inflated price points.
Let’s dive into this Easy1Up review and expose all the red flags that, in my opinion, you should avoid at all costs.
How Does Easy1Up Work?
I first became aware of Easy1Up.com after a spam comment was left on one of my YouTube videos.
The comment had a link to a bizarre website where a gentleman had created a video showing an “incredible opportunity” that was going to give you $1000 paydays.
In this video, he links to Easy1Up.com. And this is when I saw firsthand just how this bizarre cash gifting sheme worked.
At the top of the Easy1Up.com website there’s a video that explains how it all works.
When you watch this video, you get a real sense of who they’re targeting and why.
Promises of working from home, earning a massive second income, massive paydays, and a limitless audience that is just waiting to buy from you is taken straight out of the network marketing sales tactics handbook 101.
And if all your were doing was selling digital education products, that would be fine. But it’s when you add in the convoluted scheme of the “Reverse 1Up” compensation plan, then teaching your buyers to do the same, selling courses at elevated prices and having them give you their second commission, this is where Easy1Up loses steam.
First, let’s take a look at what’s inside the digital education products.
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Easy1Up’s Digital Courses
These digital products do contain hours of video training within each module. As an example, Vertex Pro contains over 40 hours of content.
However, your Easy1Up business has nothing to do with any of the training inside any of the modules.
They are simply the product that makes this scheme legal.
This scheme is all about the cost of the modules and the bizarre “Reverse 1Up” compensation plan.
How Much Do the Easy1Up Courses Cost?
The digital courses offered at Easy1Up range in price from $25 – $2000 with an attached “administrative fee” that goes with it.
The higher the cost of the module, the higher the administrative fee.
When you buy a course module the administrative fee goes directly to Easy1Up. The rest of the cost of the packages goes directly to the person selling to you.
In the same way, when you sell a course package, the administrative fee goes instantly to Easy1Up and 100% of the cost of the course package is paid directly to you.
- Elevation Basic: $25 + $5 admin fee
- Elevation Elite: $100 + $10 admin fee
- Vertex: $250 + $25 admin fee
- Vertex Elite: $500 + $50 admin fee
- Vertex Pro: $1000 + $100 admin fee
- Vertex Live: $2000 + $250 admin fee
Think about this for just a second. Someone sells you Vertex Pro for $1100 ($1000 + $100 admin fee). Only the $100 admin fee goes to the company that created the product, while $1000 goes directly into the pocket of the person that sold it to you. If I’m paying a company $100 for their product, why would I have to give this person $1000???
And now you’re going to be told to go and do the same. This screams pyramid scheme.
The Bizarre “Reverse 1Up” Compensation Plan
In the Reverse 1Up system, you first choose which of the course module you’re going to buy.
You pay the amount plus the “admin fee” that goes to Easy1Up. 100% of this sale goes to the person who sent you this “opportunity”.
Now you send this same opportunity out to the world.
When someone you sent this opportunity to decides to buy a course module, the admin fee for that module goes to Easy1Up and 100% of this sale goes to you. (You can see how this works visually at 3:39 – 4:45 in my video above.)
Where the Reverse 1 Up kicks in is with the second sale.
100% of your second sale goes to the person above you. But don’t worry, you’re not missing out on a sale, because according to Easy1Up, for every single person you bring this opportunity to, their second sale goes to you to infinity.
The reality of how this would pan out in the real world goes something like this. You fall for this opportunity and go out into the world trying to find someone to pay $1000 for your digital product. Let’s say you ACTUALLY GET LUCKY and find someone who does.
You get $1000 of your $1100 you spent back. Do you think you’re going to try and make another sale knowing that 100% of that second sale DOESN’T EVEN GO TO YOU? NO! It goes to the person who got you into this mess.
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Easy1Up is a convoluted scheme with a bizarre compensation plan promising $1000 paydays that never come as you search and search for suckers who will buy into the scheme the same way you did. There are much better ways to earn real revenue online.
If you’re looking for a much more straightforward and sustainable way to make money online without all the red flags you see in pyramid style schemes, check out my full review of the affiliate marketing training platform I owe all my success to: “Wealthy Affiliate Review 2022”.
It’s straightforward, affordable, and with training that delivers.
Any questions about Easy1Up? Have you seen a compensation plan like this one before? Would you still try it out even with all the red flags?
Let me know what you think in the comments section below. I always reply and I’m looking forward to connecting with you!
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