Elite Pay Alliance Review – Cash Gifting?

Elite Pay Alliance

Welcome to my Elite Pay Alliance Review!

There was some buzz about this latest biz op and I decided to investigate…

Sometimes it’s tough to tell between a legit biz op and a total scam…

For the heads up, I am not affiliated with this company and this is completely a third party review.

So in this blog post, I will go through the company, the products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision to join or not…

Elite Pay Alliance Review – The Company

Elite Pay Alliance Review

Website:  www.elitepayalliance.com

There is absolutely no information on the Elite Pay Alliance website about the owner…

All I know is that the Elite Pay Alliance domain name was registered on the 15th of December with Optimus Dale as the owner…

Also, a USA address was provided (Arkansas to be exact).

Now Optimus Dale is the nick name of Sherm Mason who has been involved in many companies in the past.

  • Paradise Payments
  • Magnetic Gratitude
  • Summer Fun Matrix
  • 3×9 Millionaire Machine
  • Instant Pay Christmas

That was just in 2015 alone…

Now he launched Elite Pay Alliance for 2016…

I am already seeing red flags lol.

Elite Pay Alliance Reviews – The Products

For $5 you get the opportunity to position yourself in the compensation plan and get advertising credits and access to a PLR product library…

So there is some what of a product but let’s face it…

PLR stuff is generic and not great most of the time…

Next, let’s check out the compensation plan…

Elite Pay Alliance – The Compensation Plan

So how is your $5 placed in their compensation plan?

They run a 4×4 matrix structure with a little twist…

You are placed on top of the 4×4 matrix so making it a modified 4×5 really…

  • You
  • Level 1:  4 people
  • Level 2:  16 people
  • Level 3:  64 people
  • Level 4:  256 people

Now a typical 4×5 would have 1354 positions, but in Elite Pay Alliance you get a total of 408 positions.

In addition, you have to pay $10 to unlock Level 2 of the matrix…

Level 3, 4 and 5 of the matrix require $20, $40 and $50 which gives you the potential to earn $1280, $3240 and $12,150…

Now that’s just the potential, but we know 99% of people fail these things…

The Cost To Join Elite Pay Alliance

The affiliate membership is actually free, but in order to participate in the compensation plan, you have to pay $5 minimum…

Then you pay more money to unlock level 2, 3 and 4…

Elite Pay Alliance Review – The Verdict

For $5, you get a PLR product library that has been recycled by Sherm Mason in the past and you get some advertising credits…

Overall, Elite Pay Alliance is very borderline…

I personally wouldn’t get involved with it because I would I don’t believe in the product…

You have to be proud of what you are involved and not just for a quick buck.

For that reason, I personally do not recommend it…

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Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my Elite Pay Alliance Review and if you have any questions, please share them in the comments below…

See you at the top,

Elite Pay Alliance

-Jesse Singh

 

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