Easy Life Fundz Review: Four-tier BTC gifting matrix cycler
The Easy Life Fundz website identifies Shina Lawal as owner of the company.
Lawal claims to be an “online entrepreneur” from Nigeria.
Lawal’s Easy Life Fundz corporate bio reads as you’d expect from someone who’s been scamming people for “over a decade”.
In my over a decade sojourn online I have done affiliate marketing, PTC, cpa, google adsense, Forex trading and training, Fx investment, Rev shares, Matrix, GH/PH program.
I have been involved in programs that looks like “YES, THIS IS IT” but only to find out down the road that such programs has only succeeded in wasting my time and resources and to make the mater worse, friends and families trust were broken because they were “dragged “into the failed program and you just can’t give a satisfactory explanation as to why the beyond your control “promising”program failed.
In the last 2 months (as of the time of this writing) I have being involved in at least 5 Matrixes program.
In 2016 Lawal was promoting ZarFund, a bitcoin based cash gifting scheme. Lawal claimed ZarFund was “NO RISK, 100% SAFE”.
Read on for a full review of the Easy Life Fundz MLM opportunity.
The Easy Life Fundz Product Line
Easy Life Funz has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Easy Life Fundz affiliate membership itself.
The Easy Life Fundz Compensation Plan
The Easy Life Fundz compensation plan sees affiliates gift bitcoin to each other via a four-tier 2×2 matrix cycler.
A 2×2 matrix sees an affiliate placed at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These two positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting each of these two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
When all six positions of the matrix are filled, a cycle is triggered and the position moves into the next matrix tier.
- Phase 1, level 1 – gift 0.01 BTC to the affiliate who recruited you and receive 0.01 BTC from two subsequently recruited affiliates
- Phase 1, level 2 – gift 0.015 BTC and receive 0.015 BTC from four affiliates
- Phase 2, level 1 – gift 0.05 BTC and receive 0.05 BTC from two affiliates
- Phase 2, level 2 – gift 0.09 BTC and receive 0.09 BTC from four affiliates
- Phase 3, level 1 – gift 0.32 BTC and receive 0.32 BTC from two affiliates
- Phase 3, level 2 – gift 0.6 BTC and receive 0.6 BTC from four affiliates
- Phase 4, level 1 – gift 2 BTC and receive 2 BTC from two affiliates
- Phase 4, level 2 – gift 3.5 BTC and receive 3.5 BTC from four affiliates
Note that all gifting payments within Easy Life Fundz (both paid and received) are monthly recurring.
Joining Easy Life Fundz
Easy Life Fundz affiliate membership is tied to a monthly 0.01 BTC gifting payment to the affiliate who recruited you.
Full participation in the Easy Life Fundz compensation plan costs 6.585 BTC a month.
As per the Easy Life Fundz website;
Don’t waste your time on programs that promises big returns but not sustainable.
EASY LIFE FUNDZ’ structure and compensation plan is HIGHLY SUSTAINABLE, PRACTICABLE AND REALISTIC.
Make no mistake, there is nothing sustainable, practicable or realistic about income representations in cash gifting schemes.
Every single matrix-based gifting scheme primarily benefits the owner, which in this csae is Shina Lawal.
Lawal, through one or more pre-loaded positions, collects the majority of gifted funds via passups at each matrix tier.
Lawal’s positions cycle into the upper matrix tiers first, meaning he collects deposited funds from other affiliates until his own matrices are filled.
Once Lawal has made a handsome profit (and continues to do so via monthly payments), a few other Easy Life Fundz affiliates will make it to the top matrix tiers.
They get what’s left, with the majority of Easy Life Fundz affiliates taking a loss when it inevitable collapses.
I get being duped by Madoff and finance professionals, but who falls for all these cash gifting scams!?