Easy1Up.com is the online home of Easy1Up, a company that says their goal is to provide people with educational product that will teach them everything they need to know to run their own network marketing business.
This company offers their customers five different packages options, all which offer different features and options so that customers can find the right package to meet their personal business goals and needs.
At this time, their packages run between $25 and $1,000, but the best part of Easy1Up, according to their website, is that customers can sell these packages to other customers and automatically earn all their money back.
How It Works
When Easy1Up says they want to teach people how to run a network marketing business, what they mean is that they want to teach people how to run their network marketing business. Specifically customers will be selling and representing Easy1Up.
Their educational programs are made up of extensive and detailed educational videos which they say will lead their customers step-by-step through the entire process of setting up their business.
Once your business is up and running, you will use all the skills you have learned from their course as well as the tools and resources that were included in the package you purchased to sell Easy1Up packages to new customers.
Whenever you sell a package to a new customer, their website says that you get paid immediately and directly from the person who is making the purchase. Easy1Up provides their customers with access to a variety of different payment processors to make your selling process easier.
Are They Legit?
To answer this question, customers must consider the reality of this business. First, making money in a network marketing opportunity takes place in two different ways: through the sale of products themselves and through recruiting new members.
The problem and the concern with Easy1Up is that these two different ways of earning money are actually just one way of earning money – you cannot sell products without recruiting new members, and vice versa.
Generally speaking when a company only earns money through recruiting new members and has no real products to sell, it is considered a Ponzi or pyramid scheme and is not only a bad business opportunity, it is against the law. Easy1Up is selling a product, but they have structured their company in a way that there is really only one earning opportunity, and that is recruiting new members.
The bottom line is that this isn’t a beneficial business structure for people genuinely interested in earning money with a network marketing opportunity.