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EZ Wealth Club Review
Date Added: 6/29/2009     Reviewer: Traces2757
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Website URL: http://www.ezwealthclub.com
Company Name: MJK Marketing, LLC
Alexa Traffic Rank: 5,452,881
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EZ Wealth Club Description

EZ Wealth Club is a downline membership program that promises to make members who work the program devotedly daily, steady money. The creators of this program claim that it is different than most downline programs, is not an MLM program or a gifting program, is free to join and is basically no-risk. EZ Wealth Club works through selling products and, probably most importantly, recruiting new members.

EZ Wealth Club Detailed Overview

The EZ Wealth Club program is free to join, though a better explanation of that is that when you join, you simply defer your membership fee until you recruit your first referral. The person who recruited you pays your way in. Eventually, you pay someone else’s way into the program. Sound confusing? It can be. The EZ Wealth Club is mostly about recruiting and gaining referrals, so one of the first things that people want to know is what exactly the program provides as a concrete product or service.

With EZ Wealth Club, you sell e-books and training programs pertaining to ma money, and they can range in price. You make money selling these e-books and training programs, and you make money when your downline sells programs and recruits referrals. Once again, however, it seems to be all about recruiting and the higher the level you are in, the more money you make from recruits.

There is a basic level in the EZ Wealth Club program that is free to join into, and it can go all the way up to the Executive Level, which requires a large payment to join. The leader of the program, Jimmy Reed of MJK Marketing, LLC, claims that it is one of the easiest ways to make money online, especially due to the fact that you get your own recruiting website and some selling aids.

Critics of the program claim that this is, indeed, an MLM scheme, and that it closely resembles a pyramid scheme. MLM isn’t necessarily a bad thing, though, as long as the company truly is providing valuable products or services. It does seem that the program is vague about what it provides and places most of its emphasis on gaining referrals, but this is true of all of these types of businesses.

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EZ Wealth Club Reputation

A relatively young program, EZ Wealth Club has not made itself much of a reputation one way or another. You won’t read many bad things about it online at this time, but this is mainly due to the recruiting efforts of its members. Though its creator says that it isn’t an MLM program, the fact is that if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s probably not a chicken. That being said, if you are interested in an MLM program, then it could be worth watching for a while to see where it goes.

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The EZ wealth club -not solutions

Hi, it looks and sounds like people here have the "club" mixed up with EZ wealth solutions which I am not a member of but understand they do the pif thing not the EZ wealth club, now as far as the Ez wealth club is concerned (they seem to have disappeared by the way)I joined a few years ago, I even bought the lifetime upgrade and they did have these so called stimulus programs they wanted you to join every month until they had I don't know I think it was 100,000 members. Then the big programs were to come out that would make us big money, they offered buy referrals packages which I bought one of, so they would advertise for you until you got the number you paid for.

Well all that went ok. They had some spill over they added to your downline but, you could only add the referral you personally sponsored to you mailing list (you weren't allowed to send the others that were on your mailing list anything, to that end they stopped giving you their email addresses-I never understood that if their in my down-line why can't I email them offers? Any way I had a pretty good following I personally sponsored... Moving on, I started having second thoughts about the program as the emails and even the main page had misspelled words, and the recordings he sent us were of low quality and he always sounded like he was out of breath or hurried, maybe he was trying to give the feeling of urgency so we'd stay and get excited about the bull he was slinging. I got a few replies from some questions, nothing satisfactory. I noticed no one was advertising it any more so I sent in asking where he advertises. He didn't say, just that I should continue and maybe buy more signups. I thought what? he's crazy. Well I think he is. I think that last July he sent a few emails saying something like don't miss out blah, blah, blah. Anyway he didn't renew his site and has disappeared as far as I know. I think he made money from his hype and maybe a few of his friends and referrals but where are they now? If anyone knows I'd be glad to hear from you. Overall I think a couple of the stimulus programs are still around, but some I've never seen anyplace else. Well I've learned to do a little more research before I join something and sometimes wait a while to see if they have staying power.

Bye the way, I never did join EZwealth solutions but they seem to have been around for a while. I might give them a try anybody know anything good about them?

Thanks, Jeff

I feel I didn't say much, but I sure wrote a lot here.
 
 


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avatar   by houbs on January 1, 2011 at 9:11 PM CST

 
 
 
Didn't work for me

I discovered EZ Wealth Club about three and a half months ago and thought that it might be a good site for creating downlines. When I first tried the program and started setting it up I had a hard time understanding some things. So after doing everything and when I started to use the site, I wasn't quite happy with the results I got. The program itself wasn't bad and maybe some people will be able to benefit, but at least for me it was not worth the time and money spent on it. I wasn't quite familiar with the solid trust payment system and preferred using PayPal. One thing I liked about the program was the referral system offered. It took me some efforts but I was actually able to get some referrals. I was actually able to receive a payment from those guys. The money was made from the referrals I was able to get. I also had to try the customer support a few times and it was at a good level. The answers were good and answered my questions. They were also sent in a reasonable time frame. As a conclusion I would say that this membership site is not for everyone and it definitely wasn't for me and because of that I can't say that I'm recommending it.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by TheSpeed on January 12, 2010 at 5:36 PM CST

 
 
 
EZ way to waste your time and money

EZ Wealth Club claims to not be a MLM program, but in reality, at least according to my definition, it is. The program is centered on your down line and up line.

I found the whole process rather confusing, and it left me scratching my head. The program is free to join, and yet you have to pay for someone else's membership. If you’re going to make money with this system it will be by referrals because the e-book and training programs that they offer are low quality and contain almost no valuable information. I was only part of the “pyramid scheme” for about two months before I decided to opt-out and save my time and money.

I feel that it is a MLM program, and if a companies claims it’s not, it usually is.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by clicking on December 17, 2009 at 7:57 AM CST

 
 
 
Only benefits Top members

Although the site claims that they are not a Multi Level Marketing company, in reality they are 1000% MLM! You won't make a penny unless you refer someone and you have to pay for that person to be in your downline which I fine extremely lame. Their products are rubbish as it's all totally confusing.

Unless you have experience in multi level marketing don't waste your time on this program as it's totally useless. The part I hate the most about this program is that you don't make money until after you've either purchased one of their measly products or you sell i,t and you don't get the commission, your upline member does.

They should call it the EZ Broke Club and not EZ Wealth Club.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by jellymonty on December 8, 2009 at 6:16 PM CST

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Ez Wealth Club

When I first signed up for this program, they asked for my ssn, but it was not mandatory. After I signed up for the program, I was confused about what I was supposed to do next. Now that I had the chance to see how the site operates, I don't like it. I am not going say it is not a good program, but it is not a program for me. Each month they ask you to join a stimulus package. They also want you to open a solid trust pay account. Which is something similar to paypal. You can choose between a personal or a business account. They have a referral program in place where they say they will pay you $25 per person that you refer who becomes an ecm. They pay you through Paypal, Alertpay and by check. There is a processing fee of $3 for Paypal, $4 for Alertpay and there is a $5 fee for checks. It is a little early to tell if this site is a scam or not. I don't think that it is, but you just have to know more about how to run the whole thing. The owners of the site seem to be alright so far.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by shontia08 on July 20, 2009 at 8:11 PM CST

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Don't waste your money

The program is a novel concept. Basically an Aussie 2-up, meaning that your first two sales go to your upline. But the problem is this, you have to pay it forward to your first two referrals in order to qualify. I feel this creates a welfare mentality, attracting people who are looking to get something for nothing. Plus, if your referrals, whom you have paid for, don't pay it forward and drop out of the program, that is money you just lost.

I did look over their products and they have some nice information and software for the price, but I still can't get over the payment structure. I say don't waste your money on this opp unless you are great at duping people into things.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by drknlvly6781 on July 6, 2009 at 1:20 PM CST

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