we-all-earn-logoThere is no information on the We All Earn website indicating who owns or runs the business.

The We All Earn website domain (“weallearn.biz”) was registered on April 26th 2015, however the domain registration is set to private.

Of note is the We All Earn Disclaimer page, which states

This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between Member and JUST3BUCKS in connection with general membership in the JUST3BUCKS program and supersedes all prior agreements between the parties regarding the subject matter contained herein.

Just3Bucks banner advertising also appears on the We All Earn website, with the ads redirecting to the “just3bucks.ur-moniez.info” subdomain.

The “ur-moniez.info” domain is being used to resell third-party web-hosting, with the domain itself registered privately.

Whoever is running We All Earn is likely also the owner of Just3Bucks and the “ur-moniez” domain.

A Google search reveals a ton of failed dubious schemes launched off the “ur-moniez” domain, indicating that the owner of We All Earn is a serial scammer.

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.

The We All Earn Product Line

We All Earn has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market affiliate membership with the company itself.

Once signed up, We All Earn affiliates can then purchase matrix positions and participate in the We All Earn income opportunity.

Bundled with each matrix position purchase are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the We All Earn website itself.

The We All Earn Compensation Plan

The We All Earn compensation plan sees affiliates gift eachother funds, tracked through ten matrices.

The matrix structure We All Earn use is that of a 1×2, which sees each matrix position require two positions after it be filled before payment is made.

In effect, a We All Earn affiliate pays a $3 participation fee to join the company, which is gifted to another We All Earn affiliate.

This payment then qualifies the affiliate to begin receiving gifting payments from subsequently recruited We All Earn affiliates.

Payouts are tracked over ten-tiers of 2×1 matrices as follows:

  • Matrix 1 (position costs $3) – pays $6
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $5) – pays $10
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $10) – pays $20
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $15) – pays $30
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $20) – pays $40
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $40) – pays $80
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $60) – pays $120
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $80) – pays $160
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $100) – pays $200
  • Matrix 2 (position costs $120) – pays $240

Note that in effectively each level only pays out half of what is gifted by affiliates, as the first payment is essentially a “refund” of the gifted amount required to participate at any given level.

Joining We All Earn

Affiliate membership with We All Earn is free, however an affiliate must purchase at least one $3 position in order to participate in the income opportunity.

As such the defacto minimum cost of We All Earn affiliate membership is $3 (the cost of one position).


That a starting position in We All Earn costs $3 is likely not a co-incidence, with this an attempt to relaunch Just3Bucks.

In We All Earn you’re looking at ten company-wide matrices, with participants hoping enough new members join after them to pay gift an eventual $453.

That money has to come from $3 gifts flowing in at the bottom of the scheme, amounting to one hundred and fifty-one $3 payments required.

Those one hundred and fifty-one payments individually require the same to make it through all ten tiers, and so it goes.

Once new $3 payments stop entering We All Earn, the scheme bottoms out and collapses.

$3 per participant might not sound like much, but collectively it can add up.

Not to mention that being a matrix-based scheme, once those matrices stall the anonymous admin makes off with the bulk of trapped funds. And that’s in addition to the preloaded positions We All Earn likely started with.