Is Exitus Elite a Scam – 2020 Review
In 2014 Paul Stevenson launched Exitus Elite as a program designed to help people online by selling products for Marketing etc but is it worth it?
“Marketing can be a vast and complex subject taking on many forms, Email, Social Media, Voice Broadcasting, Advertising, and Video to name just a few.
Within the robust Genesis Library, you will find a variety of audio and video courses on many topics readily available for you to learn on your own time, at your own pace”
It seems cryptocurrency is part of this scheme and the costs to join are as follows
Cost to join
$100 for basic
$250 for a few more add on’s
$500 for more and of course the one everyone needs
$1000 for the Elite package and to be part of the compensation plan
Note added 2020/April
These costs vary so check them out for the up to date fees.
It is a learning/selling business and you can make great money with Exitus Elite
The products you sell are mp3, video, and pdf’s which are of value and easily sold through your affiliation with Exitus Elite.
The website is very well presented and the support is offered if you need it
For instance, I wanted to know what products are sold and clicked on products and got a whole lot of words with not much information about the products.
Go see for yourself
I tried to click on the products to read more but you have to join 1st, so I went to join now and I was informed there I had to pay to see more of anything.
For me, this just didn’t feel right. If they were really legit, they would be more open and honest… just like Wealthy Affiliates. If they really want to build a great reputation surely they would let you get to know about their products so you can make an informed decision before committing such high payments.
I mean $1000 is no small chunk of change to invest and for me knowing about the products would make me feel a lot safer. How about you?
You can join for $99 x 4 payments and this will give you:
- Back office
- Facebook and Twitter Integration
- Auto Responders
- Capture Pages for leads
- Some training
Then there is the advanced which you will pay more for as above and then there is the Elite Package at $1k and continued costs as you go along.
Paul has built this business saying you will not have to recruit which isn’t totally correct as you will have to get people to join and they will get paid when they sell the products just as you would make any money and as per- the guy at the top is the winner.
After looking at this program and with research done, I know people are joining. Because people are desperate to find places to make a living online. But, there are way better places to build a substantial income over time with all the skills taught and all the tools available for a fraction of the cost, AND to be able to look around a platform before you spend money is a no-brainer.
Why should anyone have to fork out hard-earned money and pay for a “so-called” opportunity online only to find that it’s not for them and in the site, it says this about refunding people?
What are your thoughts on this?
And as for no recruiting- Well this is so wrong. Yes, you will have to find people if you want to make money. First, you must purchase all the products before you can do this. So, for starters, it’s $1000 to get moving forward and the first sale you make goes to the person above you in a pay 1 up. The system, which is a terrible compensation plan, because if people stop paying the whole business can collapse very quickly, like a domino effect.
So let’s look at the Pros and Cons of this business.
You can make some money
No free look period
No money-back guarantee
No residual income due to the one-time payment system
The minimal value gained for what you receive in products/tools
Low-quality Business Model
Your job if you join Exitus Elite is to buy the $1000 product and then sell it and this is it. Yes, you will receive some kind of training however you can find much better training with other business models. They don’t need you to recruit and also are more stable investments for your future.
I have seen so many MLM companies go down over the years and it’s all due to recruitment. Up and down with people coming and going and no truly solid beneficial business plan to help people.
Amway, one of the first and biggest MLM companies in the world is still ticking along because they have a good business model and great products to go along with it. People are still using their products every day, and this is one of the main reasons for their sustainability. But, even they too have dropped in their growth and then it picks up and so the rollercoaster of business keeps going.
My advice is to stop getting involved with recruitment type business models and join a solid honest business platform with a 14 years history and growing exponentially.
Wealthy Affiliate is my #1 recommendation for your financial independence and I stand behind this platform 100% as it has changed my life and can do the same for you, if you are prepared to learn and work hard and as we all know these are the best ways to grow success online and offline.
I hope this has given you an insight into what not to go do for your future and I also hope you go take a look around my site for more articles to help you understand what are great investments in your future and what you should steer clear from.
Go well and please check out my #1 recommendation. Oh yes, forgot to mention, it’s free to take a look around as well 🙂
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