Easy Cash 4 Ads Review: 2-up cash gifting with ad credits
There is no information on the Easy Cash 4 Ads website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The Easy Cash 4 Ads website domain (“easycash4ads.com”) was registered on the 29th of October, 2016. Craig Haywood is listed as the owner, with an address in Gauteng in South Africa also provided.
On his Twitter profile, Haywood (right) cites himself as a “marketer, author, programmer, speaker (and) coach”.
Haywood’s Twitter profile features internet marketing promotional material, but there doesn’t appear to be anything MLM specific.
The earliest record of Haywood in the MLM industry I was able to find was a Global Domains International testimonial that stated Haywood had been an affiliate since 2005.
Easy Cash 4 Ads appears to be Haywood’s first MLM venture as an owner.
Read on for a full review of the Easy Cash 4 Ads MLM opportunity.
The Easy Cash 4 Ads Product Line
Easy Cash 4 Ads has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Easy Cash 4 Ads affiliate membership.
The Easy Cash 4 Ads Compensation Plan
The Easy Cash 4 Ads compensation plan sees affiliates gift $10 to eachother via a 2-up model, tracked via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
Each affiliate recruited gift $10 to the affiliate who recruited them.
The 2-up model sees every Easy Cash 4 Ads affiliate pass up gifting payments from their first two recruited affiliates.
In turn, recruited affiliates must also pass up gifting payments from their first two recruits.
In this manner gifting payments are passed up from all levels of a unilevel team, always following the “first two gifting payments received are passed up rule”.
Joining Easy Cash 4 Ads
Easy Cash 4 Ads affiliate membership is $17.
$7 of that is an admin fee and the remaining $10 is gifted to the affiliate who recruited you.
Craig Haywood’s internet marketing history is evident in the Easy Cash 4 Ads website, which is presented using a typical internet marketing capture template.
You know the type of site I’m talking about; paragraphs and paragraphs of sales spiels, a few testimonials and if you scroll all the way to the bottom of the page, an email form.
With respect to the Easy Cash 4 Ads business model, it’s cash gifting.
Nothing is marketed or sold to retail customers, with 100% of commissions paid out gifted by new Easy Cash 4 Ads affiliates to existing affiliates.
Craig Haywood scoops up $7 from every affiliate who joins, with each affiliate required to recruit at least three affiliates before they are paid. Four if they want to actually make any money.
In a weak attempt as pseudo-compliance, Haywood attempts to justify cash gifting by bundling gifting credits with gifting payments.
Supposedly Eash Cash 4 Ads affiliates are purchasing advertising from whoever they gift money to.
This advertising however is provided by Easy Cash 4 Ads and displayed only to other Easy Cash 4 Ads affiliates. It exists solely as pseudo-compliance and has no inherent value of its own.
The bottom line? If an Easy Cash 4 Ads affiliate fails to recruit at least three affiliates, they lose money.
Statistically this is likely to be the majority of Easy Cash 4 Ads affiliates.