easier-faster-cyclings-logoThere is no information on the Easier Faster Cyclings website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The Easier Faster Cyclings website domain (“easierfastercyclings.com”) was registered on the 23rd of November 2015, listing “Rebba Darris” as the owner. A residential address in the US state of Florida is also provided.

There is no further information available linking Darris to Easier Faster Cyclings. The email address used to register the Easier Faster Cyclings domain however is the same used to register “rush2residual.com” and “unlimitedmillionairesclub.com”.

Rush2Residual was a matrix cycler Ponzi launched in July, 2015 by An Fuller. The scheme collapsed shortly after launch.

Unlimited Millionaire’s Club launched a few months later in September, promising affiliates million dollar ROIs off of a $1.50 investment.

Unlimited Millionaire’s Club appears to have collapsed around October 2015, with the company website today unresponsive.

An Fuller would appear to be behind Easier Faster Cyclings, despite the bogus “Rebba Darris” name used to register the website domain.

Read on for a full review of the Easier Faster Cyclings MLM business opportunity.

The Easier Faster Cyclings Product Line

Easier Faster Cyclings has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Easier Faster Cycling affiliate membership itself.

The Easier Faster Cyclings website does have a “free products” page, however upon clicking through only a “coming soon” message is displayed.

The Easier Faster Cyclings Compensation Plan

The Easier Faster Cyclings compensation plan sees affiliates invest in $22 matrix cycler positions.

These positions are passed through a three-tier matrix cycler, with an ROI of $166 advertised.

Matrix sizes used in Easier Faster Cyclings are that of a 3×1 and 2×1. A 3×1 requires three subsequent positions to be filled to trigger a cycle, a 2×1 two positions.

Once a cycle is triggered, a ROI is paid out and the position “cycles” into the next tier of the cycler as follows:

  • Tier 1 (1×3 matrix, positions cost $22) – pays $2, generates a new Tier 1 position and cycles into Tier 2
  • Tier 2 (1×2 matrix) – pays $4 and cycles into Tier 3
  • Tier 3 (1×2 matrix) – pays $160 and generates two new Tier 1 positions

Positions that cycle out of Tier 3 are also entered into a “Phase 2” matrix. This matrix is 1×4 in size, requiring four positions to be filled to trigger a cycle.

Once filled, the Phase 2 matrix pays out $16 and generates two new Phase 2 matrix positions.

Joining Easier Faster Cyclings

Affiliate membership with Easier Faster Cyclings is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one $22 matrix position to participate in the income opportunity.


Following the failure of An Fuller’s 2015 schemes, Easier Faster Cycling continues the Ponzi cycler scamming.

There’s nothing on offer here other than Ponzi positions, with retail once again completely absent.

What’s left are investors dumping $22 into positions on the hope of receiving a $166 ROI, paid out of subsequently invested funds.

Even with a few initial cycle successes, sooner rather than later Easier Faster Cyclings will collapse under the weight of generated phantom positions

One cycle through tiers 1 to 3 generates no less than four phantom positions, each of which pay no new money in but suck out $166.

This on top of paying $166 out on $22 investments guarantees Easier Faster Cycling won’t be around for long.