An important question to ask before signing up with any affiliate company is, is it legit or a scam, because there are a lot of shady businesses out there in this space.
At the end of this review, I will also reveal a better alternative that has allowed me to earn full time passive income online.
In this review, we will look at the company Exitus Elite, and specifically address the following;
1. What is Exitus Elite?
2. How does Exitus Elite Work?
3. Who is it designed for?
4. What does its product offer?
5. What is its compensation structure?
6. What are its pros and cons?
7. Is it scam or legit?
Exitus Elite is quite a young start-up that was created 5 years ago by a Dr. John McManus and Paul Stevenson.
You may believe you've hit the jackpot when it comes to financial independence after discovering Exitus Elite, since the website talks about making plenty of fast cash, even if you have no prior experience.
Just be careful because this is merely to entice you to invest your hard-earned cash on the membership.
The entire business model has needs a closer inspection before actually diving in which we will cover in this review.
The founders of Exitus Elite certainly did a great job making their offer appear legit, but upon closer inspection, it's apparent that the entire business is just centered around recruitment and getting others to join so that you may gain from their membership fee.
While you can make money from these types of biz opps, the FTC has been on a rampage and has closed down many online businesses that look even remotely similar to a setup like this.
So again, be careful!
You don’t want to be building a business that might be pulled from under your feet. Imagine earning 10k a month and then nothing the next day because your business is gone!
In a nutshell, here’s how the platform works; you purchase a subscription whose price ranges between $140 and $1,299. You market the platform to everyone else and persuade them to purchase the same way you did. If they buy a subscription, you get a commission. Easy, right? No, not at all. There is some deception happening right before your eyes. You can only earn commissions on the products you personally own and have bought yourself.
This is called “pay to play”.
Again – while you can earn money this way, it is not a favoured model by the FTC and people end up spending much more than they can afford because they want to “max out the compensation plan”.
This usually leads to unhappy customers and complaints when they don’t earn money, which puts pressure on the business, and puts them under the light of the FTC.
According to the website, Exitus Elite is for everyone. Anyone who wants to get rich online and wants to use a system to do it.
However, the truth is that the only person this business can benefit is someone who has capital to spend and past marketing knowledge.
Anyone trying to make money online but has no budget to do so will find it difficult to operate this scheme since they may not have the $299 enrolment fee or $1,000 required to purchase products on offer. It isn’t for everyone!
The program offers a product called the Genesis Product Package that features hundreds of videos, audio recordings, and electronic books that will help you to build an income on the internet.
The product is tailored to suite people who are looking to learn marketing essentials, personal development, health and wellness as well as deep marketing. Anyone in a niche other those listed above may have a difficult time.
As stated earlier, the company charges $299 annually plus $1000 that allows you access to the product and compensation scheme.
They have a pass up system which mean the first commission you make when you resell their program is not yours, it goes to the person who brought you to the program; your sponsor.
This actually works well for your sponsor but can be a bit demotivating for a newbie who is struggling to even make a lot of sales.
There is potential to earn good commissions
They have decent training videos.
They have a well-designed website with an attractive theme
Their sign-up fee is can be out of reach for a lot of people
They help recruits build replicated websites, something google really hates, and won’t bother indexing
Webpages built for you remain the property of the program, and can shut it down at their own pleasure
They are built off a slightly dodgy compensation and recruitment plan which the FTC does not look fondly upon
Having looked at the business model, they operate in a grey area. They have a so so product and in order to access it you must be recruited and recruit others into the program. No one can buy it at retail if they aren’t a member. That can become a problem in the eyes of the FTC.
This type of business is your typical biz opp setup. They have a mediocre product and focus mainly on the recruitment of new people into the business to replicate the same thing.
It doesn’t mean that you can’t make money from a program like this, but it’s not the best way I would choose. I’ve been in a many programs like this in the past and all of them have been shut down by the FTC.
I’m not saying that Exitus Elite will meet the same fate, but they are definitely threading on dangerous territory. It’s always better to get into a business that you can control 100% and has 0 chances of getting your income taken away from you.
We feel that if you want to start creating an income online, it is important to have all of the following in place:
Barrier To Entry
There is one online business model that beats Biz Opps in ALL of these areas.
That is Affiliate Marketing (Selling other people's products).
This is the industry that allowed me to 5X my old work salary and quit that job in April 2019 and travel the world.
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