Name: EZ Money Team.
Cost: Free (apparently). The real price is $37.
Owner: Jeffrey Hart/Oscar T. Ortiz (whoever he chooses to be).
My Score: 1/10.
Verdict: It’s another one of those “get-rich-quick” systems that lies and uses deceptive marketing techniques for tricking you into forking out 37 bucks for something that you will find hard to make money with.
Before getting the lowdown on the scam…
What is EZ Money Team All About?
EZ Money Team (EMT) claims to be a “re-released fool-proof system” that’s gonna help you earn a full-time income from the comfort of your home.
Apparently, you can make $500, $1,000 or even $5,000 (slightly overambitious) per week simply by using the “copy & paste” system.
All you need is a laptop and an internet connection, and you’re good to go.
But don’t all of these “too good to be true” programs promise you the exact same thing when it comes to generating cash on the web?
After watching the ‘EMT’ video presentations, it’s just like any other hyped up opportunity selling you “the dream” of making enough money for quitting your life-sucking job and enjoying a luxurious lifestyle, blahdy blah.
What I especially found amusing is when you hit the back button on the website, an exit pop-up appears with “Jane Smith who has made $10K in just 30 days” and “you will make a guaranteed $1K today” LOL.
These claims are 100% fake and used as bait to reel you in.
So right off the bat, it’s clearly a bullsh*t opportunity that you shouldn’t trust.
How Does it Work?
Once you get past the first video of a couple of American TV news reporters discussing the “working from home” phenomenon, there’s a second video that’s a sales pitch spewing out stuff on “easily” making money and flipping your life around, etc.
At the end of the cheesy pitch, you enter your name and email ready for the next part which is a page requesting your personal and credit card info for buying the system.
However, the billing page does a pretty good job of hiding the details of what you’re actually buying into.
All you know is that you’re gonna be spending money on a “Team Package” lol.
For me, personally, it seriously raises a red flag because I’ve found that any system failing to disclose info on products/services and “how” you will be generating an income, usually turns out to be a scam.
So what do you actually get with ‘EMT’?
You basically get a bunch of training videos that are the exact same videos found on YouTube for “free”.
The tutorials cover landing page creation, email marketing, driving traffic, and promoting the same garbage ‘EMT’ system for affiliate commissions.
But if I’m perfectly honest with you, the owner has done a p*ss poor job of the training because there are no real step-by-step lessons on starting an online biz from scratch.
On the plus side, I just saved you some money! Go on, treat yourself to a Starbucks or two. 😉
The program is definitely NOT something I would recommend for a newbie. Period.
What’s The Cost of ‘EMT’?
The system is very deceptive when it comes to the price because, on the main homepage, it’s advertised as being free. But when you come to access the program, it’s a one-time fee of $37.
I see this happen time and time again with scams because it’s a tactic deployed for collecting your email address (for the sole purpose of filling your inbox with trash) before presenting you with a sales page.
So when you come across a “get-rich-quick” opportunity claiming to be “$0 cost”, my advice is to take it with a pinch of salt and stay the hell away.
PROS vs CONS of ‘EMT’
- Training can be found for free on its YouTube channel LOL
- The system is a great example of what NOT to fork out for
- Sales pages/presentations are extremely hyped up
- It uses a number of deceptive strategies
- Makes false promises of big, fast, and easy money
- The owner is fake (Oscar T. Ortiz goes by the name of Jeffrey Hart) LOL
- The training is incredibly tacky and lacks depth
- The system isn’t newbie-friendly whatsoever
My Final Opinion…
The EZ Money Team is a no go area.
To some untrained newbies, the program may come across as a legitimate opportunity for making a ton of money on the internet very quickly.
But when you take a much closer look at it, it’s nothing more than a “get-rich-quick” system that lies through its teeth, it offers shoddy training (that can be found on YouTube), and the real owner (Oscar T. Ortiz) encourages you to promote his scammy stuff.
So on that note, the ‘EMT’ system is seriously a waste of time because I don’t see any noob making a single buck. The only person making any money off it is obviously the same guy who created it.
But luckily, there are much better alternatives that do actually work for generating a full-time income online.
If you’re tired of being sucked in by scams and you want a legitimate way of turning your passion, hobby or interest into a profitable affiliate marketing business…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
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