EasyClub Review  –  Ponzi Scheme  –  MLM Scam

Website & Company Information

The company does not have any website. Instead, their app is open source and can be verified by anybody.

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The app doesn’t show any information about the developer team behind the program.

At the time of writing this article, Alexa cites India as the top traffic source contributing to a whopping 81.2% traffic share. It is highly likely that the owner of the company is based out of India.

As always, if the company is not being transparent about its corporate structure, then you must think twice before handing over your hard-earned money to anonymous people on the internet.

EasyClub’s Products

The company has no retail option to speak of. They are only offering their affiliate membership program.

EasyClub’s Compensation Plan

The affiliates of the company invest funds via Ethereum on the promise of an advertised daily ROI.

  • invest 1 ETH and get 3.1 ETH over 310 days
  • invest 2 ETH and get 6.2 ETH over 310 days
  • invest 3 ETH and get 9.3 ETH over 310 days

Residual Commissions

The company also pays referral commission via a unilevel payment structure, capped at 10 team levels:

The requirement for all these 10 levels is that the affiliate must recruit ten affiliates who invest.

  1. If you recruit four affiliates who invest then you qualify for four unilevel team levels.
  2. If you recruit seven affiliates who invest then you qualify for seven unilevel team levels.

……and so on and so forth.

As per these qualification criteria, the affiliates can earn residual commissions down ten levels of recruitment.

  • 0.001 ETH is paid on daily returns paid to unilevel team affiliates
  • 0.001 ETH is paid when a unilevel team affiliate makes a withdrawal

Joining EasyClub

Joining EasyClub affiliate membership is free. However, full participation in the attached income opportunity requires one to invest a minimum of 1 ETH.

Conclusion

If something is on the blockchain, then that doesn’t really mean it is scam-proof. We have already reviewed numerous Ponzi projects that work on ‘smart contracts’.

This is simple maths:

You invest money into the program and then pitch others the same plan. Your income directly depends upon the number of recruits you do and the volume of the investment your affiliates do.

And just like all other MLM Ponzi, when the funds stop coming in, the payouts will stop, and it will trigger a system collapse.