I’ve done a lot of MLM reviews but for some reason I never got to Easy1Up Review which is odd.
This company had a lot of buzz couple years back and still going kinda strong here in 2019.
Just recently I had a few people asking me about this company and if it’s a scam or legit.
So I decided to do a bit of research on your behalf so you have something to go on.
Lets take a closer look at Easy1Up and determine if it’s a scam or something solid to run with.
Easy1Up Review – Why I Waited Till Now
First I just wanted to say it’s wise of you to do a bit of research. There are other reviews out there. It’s possible you can find one that’s the truth.
That being said I’ll let u know before going any further. I am not an affiliate of Easy1Up and don’t really know anyone involved.
So you can rely on me to be transparent as if I was looking into this company myself.
I really backed away from doing MLM reviews because so many of the startups were scams.
People usually want to know about the new companies which is most common.
So I would have company owners and people getting pissed basically because I said their company was not legit.
Yes it got me lots of traffic but man my email would be blasted daily by company owners and angry affiliates.
So I tried to stay away from reviewing scams and focusing on cryptocurrency and things I actually like!
Less enemies, more love, and sort of the same traffic!
Easy 1Up – Company Overview
I’m going to be straight up with this one and let you know the good, the bad and the ugly.
First thing I saw when I popped over on their website clicked on the about section.
From what it looks like the company is owned by ‘Peter’ no last name.
It really is preference and these days you’re actually lucky if an owner puts his name on the company or who’s running things.
I can tell you with CERTAINTY that Peter is a real person and he has 29 years in affiliate marketing and MLM… he’s no noob that’s for sure.
He’s a smart guy with lots of experience and in all honesty someone with a lot of integrity and trust in the market place.
I asked around about Peter because I didn’t know him personally (however I do now) and he’s the real deal.
Most companies these days have ZERO info on who owns or operates things or they pop up a fake pic and straight up lie.
So Easy1Up passes the transparency test when it comes to who’s running things.
Here is a screen shot of Easy1Up About section
Did a bit of research on the domain “easy1up.com” looks like it was registered back in June 8th, 2007 to my surprise. Usually these things are a year or two old at most but not always.
Over ten years is a long time online.
Couple good things about an aged domain.
Well it’s aged and has some trust.
Most scams buy a new domain, throw up some info and market it to make fast money.
Usually they run days, weeks sometimes months if they are lucky.
Very rare does a scam get over the year hump.
Easy1Up has been operating now for a few years (going on 4) so that’s also a very very good sign.
Easy1Up – Update to Domain
There was a recent update on the domain on June 9th, 2016 but it is set to private and you cannot see who owns it.
So a little trick is to see if any other domains are listed under the same server.
A little company called Ultimate Cycler popped up which was launched by a Peter Wolfing back in 2014.
So I went over to Facebook and that’s how I found out who Peter was initially.
Sort of some good and bad that comes from this.
Well the good he’s a real person and looks like he does alright for himself.
Whether it’s all legit money, scam money or somewhere in between still not yet to be determined.
I’ll get to that in just a bit.
The bad. Well if you are one of those people who want 100% transparency I guess that’s not the case when their last name isn’t on the website itself.
In all honesty most people don’t care about that.
Peter is not hiding anything because he uses his real first name, pic, has an aged domain and has been in the industry for 29 years.
If a website has zero info on who’s running things that’s one thing but he’s being just about as transparent as one can be.
Easy1Up – Peter Wolfing
Guess I made a big deal about that so I’m going to have to see who Peter is.
Looks like he promoted 5 companies from what I could find out.
- Turbo Cycler
- Business Toolbox
- Infinity 100
- National Wealth Center
- Pay Me Forward
- Hand Of Heaven ‘handofheaven.com’
Out of these companies two went on to do well along with Easy1Up.
National Wealth Center, Hand of Heaven and Easy1Up surviving and doing well is a GREAT sign.
In the business world believe it or not that’s great!
Most companies just don’t last… period.
You learn from your experiences, build new relationships and keep moving forward.
If you look at the Easy1Up company itself it doesn’t seem to have much competition. Probably why it’s had a good run thus far.
Peter definitely has a good sense for business and seems to promote and build companies that people like, need and want.
Online it’s important that you can change with the marketplace if you want to survive.
Peter has no doubt showed his ability to do this over the years.
Finish Line and Exitus Elite both similar to Easy1Up.
So like I was saying didn’t hit it out of the park with the first two but Easy1Up has done very well.
Now you know a bit about Easy1Up and the company owner how about the product?
Lets look shall we?
Easy1Up Product Review
Easy1Up is actually selling lots of digital products which is a BIG checkmark.
They are selling banks of digital products.
I wasn’t certain of this but I am now.
A few of the affiliates have told me they’ve learned a ton with Easy1Up, have done very well financially and that the company has never been late on paying them.
Once you get into Easy1Up there are six buy ins ranging from $25 to $2000 bucks.
They are as followed:
- First – Elevation which is $25
- Second – Elevation Elite $100
- Third – Vertex $250
- Fourth – Vertex Elite $500
- Fifth – Vertex Pro $1000
- Six – Vertex Life $2000
Alright now you know a bit about the product. I don’t know much else because I’m not in the back office.
In most cases it’s just another program.
Just another website selling some some training you can most times learn on your own.
Not sure if Easy1Up is something you’ll need at this moment in time but it seems to have helps lots of people over the past couple years.
So I have to say Easy1Up Product (even though I haven’t seen it) seems to be real and has worked.
Reason being this companies been around for a while now.
Easy1Up Compensation Plan
Basically affiliates gift $25 dollars to $500 to the member who sponsored them.
When this payment is made you can now receive payment from your personally enrolled members.
Easy1Up compensation plan is a uni level.
You can sponsor as many as you like first level to you. Level 2 would be your level 1’s personally enrolled and so on.
Each Easy1Up member will pass up their second payment to the member who sponsored them.
When this happens all further members do the same. They must pass up their second payment to their personal sponsor.
Looks as if these payments are made across 4 tiers. Higher levels will automatically qualify affiliates to receive funds across lower levels.
When the $500 dollar payments are made the Easy1Up affiliate can now earn across ALL 4 tiers of the comp plan.
For those who come in at the $500 level they bypass the pass up part of the comp plan.
So at the end of the day it’s a cost between $25 to $500 fee and a 10% admin fee.
Make a note the only difference between payments if income potential.
Easy 1Up – Bottom Line?
So your probably asking yourself is this a scam or not right?
Easy1Up is NOT a scam.
It’s had quite a buzz since 2016 and doesn’t seem to be slowing up much.
The company owner has a very good name around the marketplace and from what I can tell people like him.
As weird as it may sound but he’s a very like able person and I can see exactly why people like working with him.
The company does products from what I’ve been told and I’m sure there is some value there.
If someone is brand new to internet marketing there probably is a lot of value.
My suggestion would be to come in at $25 if you really want to try Easy1Up and see how it goes.
You can always upgrade later.
I’ve also seen other funnels promoting Easy1Up so it must convert which is a good thing.
Like I said earlier I am not affiliated with Easy1Up however knowing Peter and his track record I can say with no hesitation it’s very safe and solid business opportunity.
Hope you enjoyed my Easy1Up Review if you have any questions, comments or concerns please leave them in the comments below.
My #1 Recommendation
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Easy1Up for me would be just a money game and that’s not what I’m looking for.
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