Hello and welcome to my EZ Money Team review.
I discovered this site (ezmoneyteamnow.com) today after receiving an email about a “fool proof system” that can apparently make you $5K per week.
Sounds cool, but is it legit or just another scam?
After taking a closer look at EZ Money Team, I do not believe it’s a legit system, but rather a scam designed to whoever’s running it rich. It makes a lot of pumped up claims, but I personally doubt anyone who uses this system is making anywhere near what they suggest.
I don’t expect you to just take my word for it though. So in this review, I’ll explain what this system is all about, how it works and why I won’t be recommending it.
What’s EZ Money Team About?
EZ Money Team is an online money making system that was supposedly created by a guy named “Jeff”. He says the system can make you an extra $500 to $5,000 per week, and you don’t even have to do any real work.
That’s a very bold claim, don’t you think?
I for one have heard people saying stuff like that for years now. And never have I ever found even one of them to actually deliver on such a promise.
Instead, what I have found is that systems like this are really only benefiting the people who are running them. They are the ones getting rich, by selling this stuff.
Anyway, as far as hype goes, this system is up there.
Not only does the video talk about quitting your job, buying luxury cars and making tons of money, but it emphasizes how easy it’s going to be. Hence the name “EZ Money Team” (or EZ Money Team Now as some versions of this site are called).
The video goes as far as to say that you are going to be making money at the push of a button. And that copying and pasting is as hard as it gets…
As someone who actively earns a full time income online, that is enough for me to know right away I’m looking at a scam. Because that is simply not possible and no system on earth is going to make you money that easily.
Let alone $10,000’s per month!
How Does It Work?
The basic premise of EZ Money Team is not about helping you make money online, but rather making as much money as possible for the person running.
Not to mention, it makes money for the affiliates who promote this system through affiliate networks like ClickBetter and Cash Network for example.
How do you get started?
Well if you’re like me, you would have received an email or clicked on an ad somewhere which takes you to the sales page. There’s a couple different variations of these so it depends on which link you click:
Either way, both of these sites lead you to an order page where you are asked to pay $37 for access to the system:
The page says that for $37 you get “full access” to the system as well as some other bonuses. Like a self development training called EZMT Setup and VIP Coaching.
This is a common marketing strategy where the person selling the product will pump up the value on the checkout page in order to make $37 seem like a smaller amount of money to risk.
In any case, what you’re really getting access to is some training on making money online through business models like affiliate marketing. So in that respect it’s not a scam, because you do get some training and affiliate marketing is legit.
What’s affiliate marketing about?
Affiliate marketing is a simple business model where you earn commissions promoting other companies products.
The idea is to setup a simple website and fill it with helpful content to get traffic, then promote relevant products to the people who visit your site. If they buy, you earn a commission.
There are other methods of doing affiliate marketing but this is a proven strategy and the one I use myself, so I know it works and it works well.
The trouble with programs like this is the quality of the training and the methods you are taught simply aren’t what I would consider optimal. Systems like this tend to put very little effort into the actual core product you’re buying, and much more into selling you stuff.
So you’d probably learn more by watching what these people are doing as opposed to telling you.
Also, there’s a bunch of upsells (additional offers) they pitch you to make even more money off of you. And it’s the sort of stuff I personally wouldn’t waste my time or money investing in.
Is It Really That Easy to Make Money Online?
I wish I could tell you it’d be easy to make tons of money online. And that all you need to do is “copy and paste” to make $100’s per day.
But this simply is not the case.
The reality is that you can virtually write your own check online. There are lots of great methods of making a few extra bucks. And some really great business models you can sink your teeth into if you want to build a business online.
But if you want to make a full time income, it takes time and effort.
There is no way around this. You need to first of all learn a proven method for getting a business off the ground, then work at it consistently. You can shave some time off the process if you use paid traffic, but then you risk losing more.
It’s not hard to make money online, anyone can do it. But it’s not easy in the sense that you can just sit back and watch the money roll in.
And the sites that say it’ll be that easy, are often scamming you. They are using this as a way to make themselves rich, by selling you a fantasy.
EZ Money Team Red Flags
It’s one thing for me to just say something isn’t legit in a sentence or two. I’ve reviewed hundreds of systems on this blog, so it’s easy for me to see the difference between legit and scam.
But I know that isn’t going to benefit you.
So in this section, I’ll show you the main red flags. Because this will give you insight into why I won’t be recommending it and what to keep an eye out for going forward.
One thing that I always look for when reviewing any online money making system is whether or not the testimonials and people being featured as “success stories” are actually real or not.
In this case, they’re not real, and I can prove it.
The very first success story was for a woman named Sarah, who apparently made tens of thousands of dollars in just 3 months of using the system:
How do I know it’s not real?
Because I’ve seen this exact video before, on a duplicate site I’ve reviewed called Affiliate Advisor Group.
Not only is the video exactly the same, but so is the entire site and underlying program. It’s basically just a clone with a different name and domain.
Anyway, she’s really just a stock photo:
I guess her story could be real. But when someone is using the same story and photo on multiple sites, and it’s really just a stock image to begin with, I have a hard time believing it’s real.
One of the most common things I see on sites like this is the use of fake scarcity.
What’s fake scacrity?
It’s basically when a site pretends there are only “limited spots” or that there’s a “limited time” when in fact that is not true.
And that is exactly what is happening with the EZ Money Team website. Everywhere you look there are countdown timers and warnings that you need to act fast to avoid missing out.
The site literally says it’ll be taken down in 24 hours of when you land on it:
Which is a big fat lie. All you need to do is refresh the page and it starts over again. So it’s not even a hard lie to expose.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with limiting something to increase sales. But I believe it’s unethical when it’s completely fake. Which in this case it is.
Aside from fake testimonials and fake scarcity, there’s another fake element to this site. And that is how it pretends to have been “seen on” the news:
This is absolutely not true.
Nowhere on ANY credible news site has this offer been featured or endorsed in any way. It is a complete fabrication. And the only reason they do this is to make it seem more legit than it really is.
Without exception, every time I’ve seen a site using this marketing tactic it has turned out to be a scam. So it’s a huge red flag to watch for.
Get Rich Quick Hype
No list of red flags would be complete without mentioning the biggest red flag of all – the extreme hype in the sales presentation.
The entire video is focussed on presenting the “good life” and how you are going to be able to just plugin to this system and start making truck loads of cash without doing any work.
Nowhere in the video are you informed as to what you’re really getting access to. But rather you are told over and over again how easy it’s going to be to change your life, as if you’ve won the lottery.
Not only is this completely false but it is setting you up for failure from the get go. Because success belongs to those who earn it. Not those who use some magical secret money making system that some fake online guru sells them.
Conclusion – Is EZ Money Team Legit or Scam?
I guess it’s not a scam in one respect, because you actually do get something in return for your money. And they claim to provide a 60 day money back guarantee.
However, I personally believe EZ Money Team is a scam because you do not get access to a fool proof money making system as the site suggests. And it’s not a real way to make $500 to $5,000 per week in my opinion.
What you really get access to some basic training that I doubt will make you much (if any) money at all. In fact, the likely scenario is that you’ll end up losing more than you ever make. Potentially a lot more.
Because even though it costs $37, there’s a bunch of upsells and other costs involved. The whole point is to get you in the door for $37 and then systematically sell you more and more stuff.
So it’s really more of a way to make the people behind the site wealthy. Off the back of all the people who buy into this. Which I feel is a real shame considering there are many legit ways to make money online.
It’s just that sites like this really aren’t setup to help you. They are setup to make as much money off of you as humanly possible. Which is why I never recommend systems like this to anyone. Because they really don’t benefit the people who are actually buying.