Welcome ladies and gentlemen to my EZSalaryZ Review. I hope you’re having a great day today unfortunately that may be about to change after you’ve read this review.
We are going to be covering all the different aspects of this product from the sales page all the way to inside the actual members area.
We’ll also cover what the upsells are and how much they cost, but more importantly, is this product even legal. Now I’m not a lawyer but I think you’ll be surprised when you find out what it is you have to do. I’m not even sure it’s really ethical either.
The trouble is these 2 guys, Mosh Bari and Jason Fulton have a really bad name in the IM world for producing some really poor products and even worse customer service.
And from what I’ve seen from this product I’m not sure if it’s going to be any different.
So without further ado let’s get stuck in.
OWNERS: Mosh Bari & Jason Fulton
The Sales Page
I always like to take a look at the claims being made on the sales page before revealing what the actual product is. I do this for a number of reasons, but the main one is to see if those claims marry up with what is inside when you buy it.
Let’s face it the main reason you buy one of these products is because of what you see on the sales page isn’t it.
The trouble is I’ve had so many people comment about how disappointed they are when they buy the product expecting to find what the sales page claimed only to find it has very little or nothing at all to with the product they just bought.
And then of course they begin the whole cat and mouse game of trying to get a refund, which you’d think was an easy process especially when most of these types of products come with a “30 day money back guarantee”.
Sorry I just went off on a bit of a tangent there, let’s get back to the sales page.
If you’re familiar with these types of products you’ll have seen headline just like that before and most likely bought one or two, but let me ask you how many have actually lived up to that claim?
NONE! And you know why? Because it’s BS. Plain and simple.
You’re never seriously 60 seconds away from making the sort of money they’re claiming, you’re never going to just click a button to kick your day job to the kerb (or curb).
Think about it for a second people…..60…..seconds. It’s almost laughable if this wasn’t such a serious matter. These people are playing on your dreams!
So this apparently only needs 3 steps until you’ll be signing up members. I’ve been through the whole product and I can’t find where this one button push claim on step 3 comes from. It’s just rubbish.
I’m going to put a 4th step in there.
- Step 4 – Ask for a refund!
Personally I wouldn’t put too much faith into those testimonials, most of the time they are either paid or just let the vendors use their name and the vendors can put whatever they want.
What Is EZSalaryZ About?
One thing I will say about the sales page is that it does tell you what this is about unlike a lot of sales pages that keep you in the dark until you’ve paid.
So this is about building membership sites. Membership sites as we know generate recurring income for as long as the customer stays a member.
The whole model is actually a very good one and used by many major companies. Unfortunately the way this is set up will leave you in a position where you won’t be generating much if any income at all and just be asking for your money back.
Inside the Members Area
Now before we look at the members area a quick warning about the upsells. These are going to be presented to you straight after you purchase this, but before you get to the members area.
DON’T BUY THEM!
The reason I’m telling you this is because I don’t want you to have to go through what Matthew did when he bought another Mosh Bari product, go take a look at his comment here and you’ll see exactly what I mean.
Once you get into the members area you’ll see this:
on the left you have the menu. The first 2 videos are readily available on YouTube. The 3rd section is a PDF that is a PLR product called White Label Proift Plan.
The 4th section, Product Creation Success Training is yet another PLR product called 10 keys of Product Creation Success.
Here’s the video in the members area:
And here is the PLR page from which it was taken:
As you can see the two are the same so we know for definite it’s PLR that covers the first few sections. The trouble with PLR is that It’s generally low quality.
The next section of any note is the training section which has 10 videos which I’m pleased to say aren’t PLR. But remember the claims on the sales page? The 3 steps?
Never gonna happen!
The last section tells how you can add content from any source including YouTube videos.
Now I’m not a legal person, but I’m pretty sure taking other peoples videos and adding them to a site where people have to pay to watch them is both unethical and possibly unlawful let alone being against YouTubes own TOS.
You might well get away with it for a little while, but is that really the way you want to build a business, knowing you could get shut down anytime or even worse fall foul of the law?
No, Of course you don’t.
I’ll just give you a quick rundown of the upsells and their prices:
- OTO #1 – Unlimited Profitz Edition – $97 a year with a downsell to $27 a month (not sure that’s really a downsell?)
- OTO #2 – DFY Money Sites – $297
- OTO #3 – Super Traffic Machine – $67 with a downsell to $47
- OTO #4 – 100x conversion Booster – $77 with a downsell to $57
- OTO #5 – License Rights – $97 with a downsell to $67
To get the downsell price all you have to do is click ‘No Thanks at the bottom of the relevant page, but you really don’t need them.
Ass I said at the beginning of this review these two guys have a really bad reputation online. Below is a few complaints I personally have received about Mosh Bari and Jason Fulton:
These may be a bit small to read, but if you search for Mosh Bari in the search bar at the bottom of this page you’ll find all the reviews I’ve done and you can see the comments properly if you want. That middle by Heinz is something else with them making fun of him!
Memberships site can make money, but a lot of membership sites don’t make money and I think sites made this way will fall into the latter category.
As with most MMO products the sales pages are always over hyped and this one is no different.
The other problem I see is the fact that it’s a cloud based platform which means if they get bored with this or it’s not making enough money and decide to pull the plug where does that leave you?
These types of cloud based software also have a knack of failing.
It says on the sales page to use what you already have to build a membership site if you have white label products, but you can’t just throw together a bunch of random stuff.
Then you have the whole using YouTube videos. How are people going to feel when they find out those video can be seen for free on YouTube?
How is YouTube going to react when they find because they will sooner or later and when they do that’ll be it for your membership site.
The other thing is where is the training on getting customers? It’s one thing building a membership site, but what good is it with members?
This just doesn’t add up for me, this is just another product dressed up as something fantastic that is going to be a let down.
I’m not approving this one.
Membership site are great if they are built with the customer in mind. If they offer unique material and not just PLR or other peoples videos.
I should know I’ve been a member Of Wealthy Affiliate for over 5 years now and it’s helped me make thousands of dollars through affiliate marketing which is what they teach you how to do.
The best part is at the moment it’s free to join and you can stay a starter member for as long as you want, you’ll even get a free website to build out as you follow the training, isn’t that a great deal!
Simply click the banner below to start your amazing journey, you won’t be disappointed.
I’ll be there to personally welcome you on the inside. You’ll even meet the owners who will stop by to welcome you 🙂
Have you had any experience with Mosh and Jason? We’d love to hear about them good or bad.