Product: EZ Money Team
Owner: Oscar Ortiz (Jeffrey Hart is an alias)
This system targets people who are desperate to make money quickly and easily with all kinds of elaborate and misleading claims. While there is some useful beginner training, this is all about promoting similar programs and using similar tactics to lure people in. I do not recommend this.
When I first came across this product I was quite taken back by the level of hype on the sales page. They are making absolutely ridiculous claims like "simply click 3 buttons and the money will pour in" and "all of the work is done for you" along with a lot of misleading hype.
As the old saying goes... if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. In this case, it definitely is.
The website was registered anonymously in March of 2016 and it seems Jeff is using a fake alias and his entire 'team' is fake as I explain later in the review.
What Is The EZ Money Team?
This is a basic course on affiliate marketing with an email list that consists of 4 main modules and a string of upsells. Basically, as you progress through the modules you will need to buy more and more products to make the system work, some of which are good and some not so good.
He will make a commission for each one of those purchases which is why he is recommending specific companies. There's nothing wrong with that, but there is when what the products are sketchy.
So, what can you expect after buying? I'll break it down for you below...
This section is all about creating an account with an affiliate network called ClickSure which is free and the reason being is you will be promoting other people's products through a process called affiliate marketing. In itself, affiliate marketing is legitimate and a great way to build a business.
Unfortunately though, the products "Jeff" suggests to promote are not the best kind of products and will not help you to build a legitimate online business.
For example, one program he promotes himself and recommends is called Millionaire Biz Pro which is a known scam. There are many reviews from users having been ripped off by this and the other kinds of programs his platform is teaching you to promote. There's a reason guys like this use an alias online, when enough people catch on to what they are promoting, they can just switch it up.
Anyway, this module is also about creating a website through a company called CoolHandle which are not a reputable web hosting company in my opinion. There are many scam websites promoting this company and there are tons of complaints about CoolHandle online.
This module is all about getting yourself set-up with email marketing and buying traffic from a company called ClickDrop. The basic idea is to pay for access to other people's email lists which can be cheap or potentially very expensive.
This can work to an extent but you do need to know what you are doing when it comes to finding the right seller and understanding email marketing in itself. In my opinion, none of these concepts are taught very well within the modules. These skills are certainly not learned after clicking a button.
He also talks about masking your affiliate links which can be worthwhile and it makes them trackable so you know which links are getting clicked and which campaigns are performing the best.
Jeff recommends yet another product to buy in this section and this time it's called WebFire. This is a website tracking and lead generation tool that searches for keywords and shows you insights into which keywords to target. It also shows you where your website is ranking among other things.
Jeff spends some time running over avoiding online scams and showing you how to find answers to frequently asked questions. This is pretty ironic considering he is running such a misleading program himself and showing you how to promote similar low quality products.
Who Is Jeffrey Hart?
Your guess is as good as mine. After doing some digging I could not find any information about who this guy is.
I did manage to find his YouTube channel which is being run under the name Oscar Oritz which may be his real name.
It is very common for marketers promoting sketchy products to use an alias, although there can be legitimate reasons for this as well.
After having done a lot of reviews on this site I have come to know when a testimonial is fake, Jeff has definitely been using these for his program. He talks about how amazing his team is performing and how 'Sarah' is went from rags to riches by following his system.
Well, that's all fake because Sarah is a stock photo. I found her on a stock photography websites called GettyImages:
By the look of the video testimonials and in keeping with the overall theme of 'fake' I am willing to bet he has used Fiverr actors in the testimonial videos as well. This is very common with sites like this. Safe to say his team aren't real and it's a trick designed to lure people into this crap.
Fake News Endorsements & Pressure Tactics
One thing I wanted to mention was how the website uses an email opt-in form that is nothing short of deceiving. They try to make out as if they have some kind of endorsement from the news. They most certainly don't I can assure you.
This is just a trick to gain your trust and the videos they use are generic 'work from home' videos. This is VERY common among scam websites online and whenever you see this, run for the hills. Another trick they use is telling you the page will be 'taken down' in 12 hours if you don't give them your email address. That too is a lie. This is a common marketing tactic to pressure people into buying without doing their homework and if you go back to the page in a few days, it'll still be there.
More Stuff To Buy!?
Apart from all of the addittional products he is asking you to buy to make this 'system' work, he also recommends 2 of his own products to buy in addition to this. I didn't buy these but they go for $99-$199 which is quite an ask considering what I have seen from him to this point.
What I Liked
- Some basic training on affiliate marketing
- Some of the products being promoted are decent
What I Didn't Like
- Crazy amounts of unrealitic hype used through the sales pitch
- Fake persona and fake testimonials are being used
- Recommends promting known scams
- Training is not enough to help you create anywhere near the income being shown
- Recommends a ton of addittional products which could cost a beginner a lot of money
I won't call EZ Money Team a total scam, but it's NOTHING like you are being shown on the sales page and I wouldn't classify it as legit.
Unfortunately, there wasn't much good to say about this product and it sure as heck won't help you to make the kind of money being shown in a short period of time. Like any business, making money online requires learning a proven path and putting in a consistent effort to see results.
You can absolutely achieve exciting results online if you are willing to learn and take action but products like this are not trying to help you, they are trying to take your hard earned money. The only one making 'easy money' is the person behind it. I do not recommend this. Save your money.