EZCashWorld is a product from Julia Williams that the copy claims will provide you with a complete internet business in a box that you can use to start making instant profits.
What does the product offer?
The copy for EZCashWorld makes it sound like you are getting a lot of bang for your buck however I am not entirely convinced about this fact for a number of different reasons. In terms of what you can expect from EZCashWorld, there are various aspects that make up the product as a whole. For the purposes of analysing EZCashWorld as a “business in a box” I will start with the obvious which are the products that you will be selling.
These seem to have come from a package of PLR products that have been released likely through a much larger package (I’m pretty sure I recognise some of them from PLR products I have looked at before).
These also come with their own website which Julia Williams says you can launch instantly to start selling your product. In fact, they are referred to as “fully built money makers”.
To ensure that you are able to launch these “businesses” EZCashWorld also comes with its own video training course which covers a variety of topics and Julia Williams says will “hold your hand”.
Finally you also get access to a member’s only area complete with forum and Facebook group. Also included is a 1 on 1 consultation with one of EZCashWorld’s “professional success coaches”.
How does the product work?
In theory EZCashWorld does give you everything that you need to launch your own online business however I have looked at products like this before and they rarely work out as claimed.
I see nothing about EZCashWorld that shows that this will be any different either.
What is the initial investment?
Julia Williams is currently selling EZCashWorld for a one time cost of $34 with no recurring fees. This also comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee as EZCashWorld is sold through Clickbank.
What is the rate of return?
Whilst the sales material for EZCashWorld refers to the income potential as limitless and the examples given of the income potential show profits of well over $1,000 in just a few days, there is nothing to suggest that this will be a common occurance or even achievable for most users.
To top it off, the examples that EZCashWorld provides are all from almost 1 year ago during a seemingly cherry picked few days.
As I have mentioned I have looked at products like EZCashWorld before and I remain very unconvinced of them as a method of making real money online.
A lot of the products that they offer you are less than stellar in quality and ultimately this will reflect in your sales. There is also the problem that the few products that are doing well that EZCashWorld provide you with will ultimately become massively saturated as everybody tries to scrape some money in.
Whilst EZCashWorld can make money, I just think that for most people, it won’t and the $34 would be better invested in good quality basic training.