Is the Exitus Elite a big fat scam, a pyramid scheme or ponzi scheme? Well that’s exactly what I hope to achieve with this Exitus Elite review.
I’ll be debunking the online reviews, discovering everything it offers and also what you’ll be getting yourself into if you decide to join.
Without further ado, lets get into it.
At a Glance
Name: Exitus Elite
Owners: Paul Stevenson
Price to Join: $396 or 4 payments of $99, and $1000 to participate in the compensation plan
My Rating: 0.5/5 stars
About Exitus Elite
Who Created this System
According to the official “about” page, he has 25 years experience in the internet marketing industry and is classed as an expert.
He’s done the whole 9-5 corporate world along with affiliate marketing.
Because of this he knows the ins and outs to what he teaches, and he does it in a different way than others.
However, he decided to pursue internet marketing full-time because he saw the direction it was moving towards and he knew he could use this to his advantage.
When did it Launch
As you can see below, it was registered on the 26-2-2016, with the many online reviews dating back mid 2016 and later.
So not long after it was registered, it was launched (around June 2016).
And below is where the traffic is coming from.
45% of the traffic is coming from “direct”, meaning they are typing the website into an address bar.
Next on the list is referral traffic – blogs, websites, forums, etc.
I also done a quick search on Semrush to see how much organic traffic they were getting, and it’s actually a big fat 0…well very close to it anyway.
Why did they Create it?
Paul Stevenson saw where the direction of internet marketing was going while he was in the corporate world.
He then wanted to create something that other people could use and profit off of as well, and thus the Exitus Elite program was born.
They claim to provide all the tools and education necessary to build a successful online business.
When you implement Exitus Elite with affiliate marketing, you have a “very powerful system that you can leverage to make enough money to live off of“.
They also claim that there is no cold calling, no recruiting, no selling and no explaining. We will see how true these are as we move forward with this review.
So What Exactly is Exitus Elite
Well there are no products to purchase and sell apart from some packages (which is the main training).
Basically, the packages are nothing more than online training tools where you learn how to sell, where to sell products and how to capture leads, etc.
However, you can market the affiliate program itself and earn commissions for every sale. This is called the compensation plan, but more on that in a second.
How to Earn With Exitus Elite
Exitus Elite Membership – When you buy the Exitus Elite Membership (4 payments of $99), this is what you’ll receive:
- Genesis Library Basics
- 8 Lead Capture Pages
- Contact Manager
- Facebook & Twitter
- Tracking Codes
- GetResponse & HTML Embed integration
- Back Office
- Support Desk
After you purchase the membership you will gain access to the Genesis Library. This is where the bonuses and extra training tools are.
Genesis Advanced – Access 16 additional educational marketing courses and 179 videos and audios
Genesis Elite – This is the highest-priced product you can purchase. You’ll receive:
- Personal & Professional Development series
- Health & Wellness courses
- 50+ hours of educational audio and video training
- Weekly webinars featuring guest speakers
- Online coaches
Compensation Plan – First and foremost, to even be allowed to market this plan you will have to purchase it for yourself!
Yeah, this is an extra $1000 along with all the other fees you paid beforehand.
Secondly, the compensation structure is set up as a 1-up system.
Not many systems are set out like this and that’s because they are incredibly unstable.
When people stop joining, payments stop and often times the whole business shuts down, and yes that’s with everyone’s payments.
Are People Really Making Money?
Yes, and there’s a simple reason why/how.
Blogs and forums are sending desperate people to this scheme and prying off of their emotions.
However, the difference is that these people know what they’re doing and they will remain at the top making all the money while the ones that have no idea will end up with the big ZERO.
And that’s with pretty much all systems like this (MLM’s, pyramid schemes, etc).
So yes, expert internet marketers are making big dollars.
And no, newbies are spending money and making nothing in return.
Any Red Flags?
Paul Stevenson says there’s no recruiting – There most definitely is and it’s actually the main way to EARN with this program! He says there is no recruiting just to persuade people into joining.
No legit coaches or instructors to close the deal – Often times with high-ticket programs like this one they will have people on the other side to help close the sale for you. There is absolutely none of that. You’re left to hustle on your own my friend.
Strict no refund policy – What does a strict “no-refund policy” tell you? That Paul Stevenson has no faith in his system and he’s trying to keep all money earned for himself (probably because he knows it won’t last long).
Does it Cost to Join?
Yes it does and here is the official website: www.exituselite.com
To step foot into the door you will have to fork out 4 payments of $99 (totaling $396), otherwise a one-time annual fee of $300 is up for grabs.
This gives you the training and tools needed to create your online business.
To dig deep into more features you will need to purchase 1 of the 2 Genesis Packages.
The advanced is $100 and the Elite costs a whopping $1000!
Now keep in mind that you will HAVE to pay for the Elite package if you wish to market the compensation plan (where you make the big commissions).
Pros and Cons
- Can make money
- No residual income because the payments are one-time, so even after you get someone in you’ll have to continue doing so or you’ll end up earning nothing
- You make zero dollars after recruiting one paying customer. Like I said, your first commission goes to your upline. You need 2 customers before you break even
- Not much value gained for the price
- No money-back guarantee
- No free trial
- Unsustainable business model
Is Exitus Elite a Scam?
Exitus Elite is not really a scam but it is VERY borderline.
They do offer videos, training, courses and tools in exchange for your money but the sad truth is that this system doesn’t offer much in return for the hefty prices.
Because your first commission gets sent to your upline you have to get at least 2 paying customers in before you break even.
All of this means that it is a cash-gifting scheme, because guess what?
That money will eventually climb to the top of the ladder and reach the ultimate winner: Paul Stevenson (may I add that this name sounds fake too).
If you decide to hand your money over, you’re only joining a program that’s based off of recruiting all while offering no value in return to your customers.
The information can be found for free on the internet and even though it’s available in a step-by-step manner, it is still not worth the price that’s been slapped on it!
What I Recommend
The whole idea of Exitus Elite is to get you to market the exact same program you just joined.
Now I’ve seen far too many of these systems go down for the simple reason that recruitment dies down…and when recruitment dies down, so does income.
I played the game of MLM for far too long before jumping in and creating my OWN online business.
If I had done it earlier I would’ve reached my dream of owning a yacht and big house by now!
However, there is still plenty of time and that applies to you as well.
Stop falling for these silly little recruitment schemes and get started on something that CANNOT die down and continues to grow each and every year.
Wealthy Affiliate is your key to financial freedom and I will gladly back that claim up 100%.
Thanks for reading ladies and gentleman – be sure to have a great day or leave a comment below!