EazyBot provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.

In fact as I write this, EazyBot’s website is nothing more than an affiliate login form:

EazyBot’s website domain (“eazybot.com”), was first registered in 2018. The private registration was last updated with an incomplete Dubai, UAE address, on December 23rd, 2021.

Dubai is the MLM scam capital of the world.

Further research reveals Mohamed Omer Ali crediting himself as founder and CEO of EazyBot:

Prior to reinventing himself as a crypto bro, Ali claims he was “working in the elevators and escalators new installation industry”.

I wasn’t able to establish whether Ali has an MLM history.

Alexa currently ranks the US as the only significant source of traffic to EazyBot’s website (39%).

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.

EazyBot’s Products

EazyBot has no retailable products or services.

Affiliates are only able to market EazyBot affiliate membership itself.

EazyBot’s Compensation Plan

EazyBot markets access to a cryptocurrency trading bot.

  • Free – trade two coins on one exchange
  • Novice – $250 annually, trade up to ten coins on up to two exchanges
  • Pro VIP – $995 annually, trade any approved coins on up to five exchanges

Subscription fees are paid in tether (USDT). EazyBot affiliates are required to invest at least $600 per coin with the bot.

Note EazyBot don’t provide a list of approved tradeable coins.

 

Update 13th March 2022 – A reader in the comments below has shared an EazyBot marketing video that reveals tradeable coins.

They are tron, ripple, cardano, polkadot, dogecoin, litecoin, uniswap, luna, bitcoin catch, ethereum, chainlink, polygon, stellar and monero. /end update

 

In addition to subscription fees, EazyBot charges ongoing ROI fees:

  • Free tier affiliates pay 30%
  • Novice and Pro VIP tier affiliates pay 20%

The MLM side of EazyBot pays on recruitment of affiliate subscription fees.

Although not clarified, it is assumed commissions and bonuses are paid in USDT.

EazyBot Affiliate Ranks

There are twelve ranks within EazyBot’s compensation plan.

Along with their respective qualification criteria, they are as follows:

  • Affiliate – sign up as an EazyBot affiliate
  • Affiliate Coach – recruit three Affiliates who each invest at least $600 with the bot
  • M1 Coach – recruit and maintain one Affiliate Coach
  • M2 Coach – recruit and maintain two Affiliate Coaches
  • Super Affiliate – recruit and maintain three Affiliate Coaches
  • M1 Super Affiliate – recruit and maintain one Super Affiliate
  • M2 Super Affiliate – recruit and maintain two Super Affiliates
  • M3 Super Affiliate – recruit and maintain three Super Affiliates
  • M3 Super Affiliate – recruit and maintain four Super Affiliates
  • M5 Super Affiliate – recruit and maintain five Super Affiliates
  • Champion Affiliate – have an M5 Super Affiliate in five separate downline legs (can be personally recruited or otherwise), and generate and maintain $500,000 in total downline bot investment volume
  • Crown Affiliate – have a Champion Affiliate in five separate downline legs (can be personally recruited or otherwise), and generate and maintain $1,000,000 in total downline bot investment volume

Referral Commissions

EazyBot pays referral commissions down two levels of recruitment (unilevel).

Referral commissions are paid out as a percentage of subscription fees paid by Novice and Pro VIP recruited affiliates:

  • level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 40%
  • level 2 – 10%

ROI Fee Commissions

ROI Fee Commissions are paid as 8% of ROI fees collected from personally recruited affiliates.

This is increased by up to twenty levels based on rank and personal recruitment criteria:

  • recruit one affiliate to unlock levels 1 and 2
  • recruit two affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 4
  • recruit three affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 6
  • recruit four affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 8
  • recruit five affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 10
  • recruit six affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 12
  • recruit seven affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 14
  • recruit eight affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 16
  • recruit nine affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 18
  • recruit ten affiliates to unlock levels 1 to 20

Affiliate Coaches earn ROI Fee Commissions down ten levels of recruitment.

  • 8% on levels 1 to 5
  • 1% on levels 6 to 10

M1 Coaches earn ROI Fee Commissions down fifteen levels of recruitment on their personally recruited Affiliate Coach downline.

  • 8 on levels 1 to 5
  • 1% on levels 6 to 15

M2 Coaches earn ROI Fee Commissions down fifteen levels of recruitment on their two personally recruited Affiliate Coach downlines.

  • 8% on levels 1 to 5
  • 1% on levels 6 to 15

Super Affiliates earn ROI Fee Commissions down fifteen levels of recruitment on all personally recruited Affiliate Coach downlines

  • 8% on levels 1 to 5
  • 1% on levels 6 to 15

M1 Super Affiliates earn ROI Fee Commissions down eighteen levels of recruitment on their personally recruited Super Affiliate downline (Affiliate Coach downlines remain at fifteen levels)

  • 8% on levels 1 to 5
  • 1% on levels 6 to 18

M2 Super Affiliates earn ROI Fee Commissions down eighteen levels of recruitment on their two personally recruited Super Affiliate downlines (Affiliate Coach downlines remain at fifteen levels)

M3 Super Affiliates earn ROI Fee Commissions down eighteen levels of recruitment on all personally recruited Super Affiliate downlines (Affiliate Coach downlines remain at fifteen levels)

M4 Super Affiliates earn ROI Fee Commissions down twenty levels of recruitment on their first four personally recruited Super Affiliate downlines (remaining Super Affiliate downlines are paid eighteen levels, Affiliate Coach downlines remain at fifteen levels)

M5 Super Affiliates and higher earn ROI Fee Commissions down twenty levels of recruitment on all personally recruited Super Affiliate downlines (Affiliate Coach downlines remain at fifteen levels)

ROI Fee Commissions Check Match

EazyBot pays an 8% check match on ROI Fee Commissions paid down two levels of recruitment:

  • level 1 ROI Fee Commission match – 8%
  • level 2 ROI Fee Commission match – 3%

Global Champions Revenue Pool

EazyBot takes 3% of monthly subscription revenue and places it into the Global Champions Revenue Pool.

Champion Affiliates are paid on shares in the Global Champions Revenue Pool each month.

  • qualifying as a Champion Affiliate generates you one share
  • each additional downline leg that has an M5 Super Affiliate past your rank-required five legs generates one additional share

Global Crown Revenue Pool

EazyBot takes 2% of monthly subscription revenue and places it into the Global Crown Revenue Pool.

Crown Affiliates are paid on shares in the Global Champions Revenue Pool each month.

  • qualifying as a Crown Affiliate generates you one share
  • each additional downline leg that has a Champion Affiliate past your rank-required five legs generates one additional share

Founders Club

EazyBot takes 5% of monthly subscription revenue and places it into the Founders Club pool.

Equal shares in the Founders Club pool are available to the first 1000 EazyBot affiliates who

  1. sign up with at the Pro VIP tier; and
  2. qualify at Super Affiliate.

Joining EazyBot

EazyBot affiliate membership is available at three price-points:

  • Free – no cost
  • Novice – $250 annually
  • Pro VIP – $995 annually

The more an EazyBot affiliate spends the higher their income potential.

EazyBot Conclusion

EazyBot is the latest bot scheme in what appears to be someone flooding the MLM underbelly with cheap trading bots.

Obviously an elevator/escalator tech didn’t wake up one day and code a trading bot, so Mohamed Omer Ali is clearly working with others.

Dubai lends itself to this type of fraud. The US is a possibility, in addition to being the top source of traffic to EazyBot’s website, most of the promotion I saw was from Americans.

In any event EazyBot is your typical MLM trading bot scheme. Affiliates sign up, pay a fee for access (or get hit with higher ROI fees), attach EazyBot’s bot to their trading account and invest funds through it.

Due to the passive nature of generated returns, EazyBot’s opportunity constitutes a securities offering.

Neither EazyBot or Mohamed Omer Ali are registered with the SEC in the US. Or a financial regulator in any jurisdiction for that matter.

This means that, at a minimum, EazyBot is committing securities fraud.

EazyBot’s business model also fails the Ponzi logic test. Nobody with a bot worth half a damn is giving away access for free.

If EazyBot’s bot was all it was cracked up to be, running it quietly with your own balance wins out over providing customer support and risking regulatory investigations.

Yet here we are.

EazyBot is what BehindMLM refers to as a “lulz can’t touch our money!” scheme. Investors are led to believe their funds are safe, when in fact the bot owner can do as they please.

“Lulz can’t touch our money!” schemes typically exit-scam through blowing the bot up or rigged trades.

In either scenario trades are executed that favor the admin. Investors are fed any number of exit-scam excuses and the end-result is accounts are cleaned out.

Being a crypto bot it’s also possible investors will be left bagholding some random shitcoin.

The MLM side of EazyBot is a pyramid scheme, paying on recruitment of affiliates paying annual fees.

MLM trading bot schemes rarely make it past a few months without going awry. Even if EazyBot manages to, securities fraud, pyramid fraud and giving scammers in Dubai access to your money are still concerns.