EZAdsNet Review: $30 two-tier matrix cycler
There is no information on the EZAdsNet website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The EZAdsNet website domain (“ezadsnet.com”) was registered on the 24th of March 2016, however the domain registration is set to private.
The EZAdsNet website is hosted on a private server. Also hosted on the server are the websites of Only20Bucks and NopaVida MLM opportunities, both owned by John Dierksmeier Quesada.
Thus is follows that EZAdsNet is likely also being run by Quesada.
Quesada first popped up on BehindMLM’s radar last year as the owner of 2×2 Wealth, a matrix cycler.
Other MLM opportunities Quesada has launched include Only7Bucks, Cafe Nopal, Eco Plus Network and My Secret Fortune.
My Secret Fortune was the most recent cycler, launched in November, 2015. Alexa traffic estimates to the My Secret Fortune suggest the scheme has already collapsed.
Said collapse has likely prompted the launch of EZAdsNet.
Read on for a full review of the EZAdsNet MLM business opportunity.
The EZAdsNet Product Line
EZAdsNet has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market EZAdsNet affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, EZAdsNet affiliates can purchase $15 matrix positions to participate in the offered income opportunity.
Bundled with each matrix position are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the EZAdsNet website.
The EZAdsNet Compensation Plan
The EZAdsNet compensation plan sees affiliates purchase $15 matrix positions in a two-tier matrix cycler. Matrices used in the EZAdsNet cycle are a 2×2 and 2×3.
A 2×2 matrix places an affiliate at the top of the matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These initial two positions form the first level of the matrix, with the second level of the matrix generated by splitting the first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
A complete 2×2 matrix houses six positions in total.
A 2×3 matrix builds on a 2×2 matrix by adding an additional third level (8 positions), for a total of fourteen positions:
Commissions are paid out as positions in the matrices are filled. An EZAdsNet affiliate must first fill a 2×2 matrix, after which they “cycle” into a 2×3 matrix.
- a full 2×2 matrix pays $60 and cycles into a 2×3 matrix
- a full 2×3 matrix pays $250
The EZAdsNet compensation plan suggests a position recycles back into a new 2×2 matrix once cycled out of a 2×3 matrix, however it’s not explicitly clarified.
Affiliate membership with EZAdsNet is free, however affiliates must purchase at least one $15 matrix position if they wish to earn commissions.
Following on from Quesada’s numerous matrix-based schemes, EZAdsNet is essentially more of the same.
Affiliates sign up, purchase matrix positions and then get paid when subsequent positions are purchased by other affiliates.
The bundled advertising is neither here nor there, with affiliates purchasing matrix positions on the promise of advertised ROIs ($60 and $250 respectively).
As with all matrix-based schemes, once recruitment dies down no new funds enter the system. No new funds means cycling and attached commission payouts grind to a halt.
Quesada’s launched matrix schemes in 2015 lasted progressively shorter and shorter, with EZAdsNet not likely to be any different.
A few preloaded positions owned by Quesada will probably cycle out of matrix tier 2, with everyone else losing out.
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