As the name suggests, Your Easy Business promotes the idea of making money quickly and easily online. Apparently, beginners can make either $500+ or between $750 to $1,300 per day – without much effort at all. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to find a ‘weird trick’ like that? But, of course, such promises rarely every stand up to scrutiny.
In this review, I’m taking a look at the claims the program makes and how those stack up in practice. After all, there’s little worse than wasting time and money on a program that isn’t going to help you.
How Your Easy Business Works
The basic premise of the program is that you’re getting a website made for you, one that is going to make you a large amount of money. I can’t count the number of times that I’ve heard a similar claim over the years, often presented in exactly the same way.
The intro video is presented by Paula Shaffer. But, she’s probably not a real person. In all likelihood, the name is made up and the video is narrated by a freelancer. Honestly though, it doesn’t matter either way. Paula Shaffer certainly isn’t an expert in the field or a person whose name inspires trust.
The sales pitch heavily relies on hype and vague claims that don’t tell you much at all. A key aspect is that Paula Shaffer apparently copied her own money-making website and is giving it to users for the low price.
First point. You can’t do that. Simply copying a site and expecting both versions to make money doesn’t even make sense. They’d both get penalized through Google. The end result is that neither of them would be making any income.
Of course, the copying mightn’t be literal. Users might just get a website that uses the same principles as the person who created the site.
Except… that doesn’t make sense either. The claims are simply too large. Up to $1,300 from a website someone built for you? Really?
You can conceivably make that much money per day from a website. But, not overnight and not without effort. For example, some people rely on ads, while others use affiliate marketing (or a combination of the two). Income increases over time with these techniques, just not in a hands-off manner.
Building a site that earned that much would take a large amount of time and effort – trust me, I know. There’s no way that a site made for you would make even a fraction of that right from the beginning.
In practice, most websites don’t get much (or any) traffic early in their life and certainly don’t make extreme amounts of income. Instead, it takes time and original content to get the website ranking well on search engines. You also need to plan what you’re doing and research the field carefully.
There are some shortcuts, including black hat SEO ideas. But, many of those don’t work anymore. Any techniques that are effective probably won’t be so for very long. So, if a site is built relying on those types of shortcuts, it’s not going to be a long-term way to make money.
Red Flags Galore
Your Easy Money System has two huge red flags from the beginning. The first is the claims, which aren’t even possible.
The second is the amount of information. The sales video for Your Easy Money System is intentionally vague throughout. Viewers are told that they can earn fast and easy cash through the website, but the underlying mechanism isn’t discussed.
That’s a serious problem. If the program can’t even tell you how you’re going to earn money, how good could it possibly be?
Their disclaimer highlights another issue – the typical purchaser does not make any money.
So, most people that join the system don’t earn anything at all. Also, the examples in the presentation don’t indicate your potential earnings. The latter is a common claim. But, most people don’t earn money? That’s not encouraging.
I wonder how much the people that do earn make? Probably not nearly as much as the marketing suggests. Besides, wasn’t this meant to be an amazing system? If it’s that good, how come so many people aren’t earning at all?
Here’s one more issue. The only information provided on the site is that 12-minute video and most of that video is hype. There aren’t any details. In fact, the site doesn’t even tell you what precisely you’re paying for. After that, you’re directed straight to the sales page.
The product itself is just $37, which is one good thing, I suppose. But, be warned, that’s not the only charge. Like most similar programs, there are various upsells in the sales process, which will get expensive fast.
What Do They Actually Offer?
Most sites that follow this process promote a system called MOBE (or, more accurately, they used to). MOBE is highly controversial and has been the subject of a lawsuit from the FTC. Currently, the official MOBE websites have all been shut down and there’s no indication about if, or when, they’ll reopen.
MOBE was essentially a high ticket affiliate marketing program. It allowed people to earn commissions by selling expensive training and related products, which they had to purchase first. For all its controversy, the system had many advocates and some people did make money.
There are various other systems that work in a similar way, along with plenty of hyped up product pitches in other fields.
Reviews for Your Easy Business also suggest that it was associated with MOBE. If that was the case, then Your Easy Business might shut down sooner or later. Or, more likely, the owner will redirect the sales funnel so that it points somewhere else instead. That would be pretty easy to do, as honestly, the Your Easy Business sales pitch is so vague that it’s absurd.
Is It A Scam?
Even without knowing the precise product, I’d call Your Easy Business a scam – no question. There are countless products out there that follow the exact same style of promotion and they never live up to their claims.
And honestly, the specific program or product behind Your Easy Business doesn’t matter. No program could ever live up to the claims that the promotional video makes. Earning money online simply doesn’t work that way.
Online business is not a money printing machine. It is a process, like any other type of business, one that takes time, energy and planning. You can find success, but it won’t be effortless and you won’t get hundreds of dollars a day instantly.
Products like this are obvious scams. They claim that making money online is quick, easy, and you just need to pay the fee to learn the secret.
In my 8 years making money online, that's never been true. To make money online, no matter the method, you have to work hard, and work consistently for at least 2-3 months before you start seeing results
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