Company: Exitus Elite
There is a specific reason that you ended up at my website, isn’t there?
You could be interested in starting your own business or want to join a legitimate multi-level marketing company and start making some money.
You may have been approached by someone already in the program or you could have seen an advertisement on social media.
At any rate, you want to see if it is worth your time and money.
Unfortunately, MLMs have gotten a bad wrap because there are plenty of scammers out there that pose as real MLMs.
They will force you to push recruitment without having any real product or service.
To be honest, these types of businesses are giving real money makers a bad name.
This is where I come in…
I research MLMs to weed out all of the unnecessary information so that you can make an educated decision.
I do not try to sway your decision one way or the other.
What it boils down to is that I want you to succeed but I want you to know what you are getting yourself into.
Before we get started, I have to say that my initial research into Exitus Elite is pointing toward the skeptical side.
I will get to the juicy details in later sections but I want to prepare you for just how expensive it is to be part of their program and the mere fact that I have seen scams that are similar to their business model.
No, I am not saying the Exitus Elite is a scam. I am simply saying that it is toeing a very fine line.
I am glad that you took the time to research rather than diving in head first with an investment.
It means that you are intelligent and want to find out the truth about Exitus Elite.
Take your time, read through the review and find out what you need to know before making your decision.
At the end, I will make my final verdict but first, let’s take a look at the business overview.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
An Exitus Elite Overview
As mentioned before, Exitus Elite is a multi-marketing scheme that is trying to provide people with a way to make money through recruitment and services.
Basically, you join, pay membership fees and then recruit other people to join; the cycle continues.
It was created by Paul Stevenson and he is currently living in the United Kingdom. Or at least he lived there from time to time.
This is not Stevenson’s first MLM and he has been connected to several others.
He had a career in sales and marketing for 20 years prior to creating this company, which plays a great role in why he is good at what he does.
Remember the terms sales and marketing for later on in the review.
As successful as Stevenson has been, most of his projects end up going under, which is why I will tell you to use extreme caution when considering this MLM.
For example, Stevenson was the co-owner of a company called Property Cash Machine.
You paid $175 to lock down a space in the matrix position.
Next, he created Exitus Network, where you invested a $500-$1200 membership fee in order to become an affiliate.
Here is where things get interesting; Exitus Network went under and no longer exists.
To make matters even more complicated, when you try to look at the main website of Exitus Elite, you immediately see the push to join and get sent to a login form with a few pieces of information.
After completing this form, you get sent to a site that has a completely different domain, www.exituslifestyle.com.
This may sound OK to you but in my opinion, if you are operating a legitimate business, there is no need to complicate things.
Exitus Elite could just as easily accomplish everything with one website and no redirections.
This is just another reason that I have a hard time trusting this particular MLM.
Exitus Elite Products & Services
There are no retailed products or services involved with Exitus Elite.
What happens is that you join and pay all of the fees and you sponsor other affiliates and recruit people to join.
After joining Exitus Elite, you can purchase their “Genesis Product Package.”
This package costs $1000 which is already on top of your expensive joining fee.
EE gets away with these expensive rates by saying the retail value of the package is worth around $2000, but you get nothing in return that is actually retail-able.
Even then, the compensation plan is based on the 1-up structure so you only get paid if you recruit.
This is a telltale sign that the company is not built for long term success.
It seems like EE is heading in the same direction as Exitus Network.
Get this, your first sponsor is not gifted to you at all, it is gifted to your sponsor.
HaHaHa, this is the worst joke I have ever heard.
On the slim chance you sucker someone into joining the company, you don’t see a dime of it.
What makes matters worse is that the cycle continues and you steal your recruit’s first sale as well.
Imagine putting in time and effort trying hard to sponsor someone into your downline only to give them to your sponsor.
I dunno about you, but that sounds kinda crazy.
No worries, you say to yourself, that person will make it up to me, when they sponsor someone.
But here’s the thing.
Most people don’t, simply because they don’t know how to sponsor people.
You may not see a single dime from that person at all.
Exitus Elite Compensation Plan
You have an annual fee of $299 and must pay the $1000 to even participate in the overall compensation plan.
You know, the plan that steals your first recruit commission.
The compensation plan is that simple. Sell “Genesis Product Packages” and get paid after your first recruit.
They tell you that the reason for this is because EE makes your first sale is just another way to force the flow of money to make it seem like it works.
Why am I being so harsh with this company?
Because the first commission that goes to the sponsor rather than the sponsoree is a way for people to make return on their initial $1000 investment, nothing more.
It creates the illusion that the company works.
In reality though, 90% or more fail at these types of schemes.
In my personal opinion, it seems like the company is making million on your $299 annual fees while forcing you to drive a package that you can get the same or similar training for free on YouTube.
Hmmmm, pay thousands of dollars for a training program or get it for free…
I’ll let that sink in for a minute.
Things I Like About Exitus Elite
I love the fact that you get 100% commission on the $1000 recruitment fee.
This is great news if you are fantastic at SALES AND MARKETING.
Remember I asked you to remember those two words earlier in the review.
This is what the entire program is based on.
EE gears their program toward people like this although there is no real push toward success.
Once they get your annual fee and special package fee; not much changes.
Only people with a vast knowledge of sales and marketing will be able to succeed in this program.
So this means that their one redeeming value of 100% commission after your first sale comes out on the negative side.
Things I Do NOT Like About Exitus Elite
This section is usually reserved for the negative aspects of the company but you may have noticed that I have already compiled the shady side of the business already.
Look, I have nothing against Stevenson and his crew on a personal level. I am not a failed Exitus Elite affiliate nor have I tried any of his failed ventures like Exitus Network.
But I have reviewed hundred of MLMs and this seems like it is destined to fail just like the other ones.
And when that happens, he will just create another company and promise the same thing, and maybe even more.
Stevenson is not the first person to do this nor will he be the last.
The Final Verdict
Here is where I stand on the company.
It is a bad investment but at least it is better than the failed enterprise of Exitus Network.
In EN, there was a 6 tier gifting scheme that ranged from $500-$12000 & EE is much more reasonable.
Well, if you consider $1000 dollars affordable, which I do not.
This is where I lose all interest. The website strictly says no recruiting and that is what you have to do.
You have to recruit in order to make money.
So why would a company that forces you to live and die by recruiting say no selling?
Because they already have you and your first recruitment commission.
Ladies and Gentlemen, there are plenty of top of the line training programs out there that have amazing sales teams that actually care if you succeed.
In fact, these companies walk you through your first few sales and let you keep the commission.
Get involved in one of those companies and not Exitus Elite.
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