Easykits.org Scam BUSTED! Real Reviews Show Why It 100% Needs To Be Avoided

Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

Easykits.org is the name of the website that’s at the heart of many so-called Amazon work from home related systems online such as Mass Income Machines, Push Button Cash Site & Website ATM… And it’s possible that if you’ve ever looked into making money online Easy Kits is a site you’ve already come across.

EasyKits.org Website ScreenshotBut all of the websites leading into Easy Kits make some extraordinary income claims which simply seem way too good to be true, so what’s the truth about the whole thing?

Is it really legit & can you really make money with Easy Kits or any of these systems, or is easykits.org a scam to avoid?

Well, thankfully the good news is that you’ve landed in exactly the right place to find out as I myself have personally taken a closer look into it to see exactly what’s going on & in this honest Easy Kits review I’ll be uncovering the REAL truth about how it all works, as well why you’ll 100% want to avoid it.

What Is EasyKits?   |   How Does It Work?   |   Is EasyKits a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is EasyKits.org?

As a stand-alone website, Easy Kits is pretty secretive. Their homepage displays nothing & there is no real information to be found about it online… However, it’s the website that’s associated with many “make money” systems online.

So after going through the likes of Mass Income Machines, Push Button Cash Site or Website ATM & signing up (which I absolutely don’t recommend doing) visitors will ultimately find themselves at the website Easy Kits.

And it’s at the Easy Kits where they’re asked for whopping payments like the ones shown below:

Easy Kits Cost

(yes, that says $2,997!)…

So what is all of this about? And why on earth would people be willing to hand $2,997 to such a “secretive” website like easykits.org?

Well, in short, the whole thing is a typical get-rich-quick scam (I can say that confidently from the off after previously looking into systems associated with it) and the reason people are handing over amounts like $2,997 is because they think that after doing so they’re going to get rich…

But obviously that isn’t the case.

Heck, if you could legitimately just get rich by handing over $2,997 then everybody would be doing it… Nobody would be left working a job. Obviously, therefore, such a thing doesn’t (and never will) exist.

The truth is that yes you can indeed make good money online – and there are many great ways to do it such as the one I personally use myself (affiliate marketing) – but in order to make good money, you must be prepared to put in some work to make it happen.

The internet is great but it’s not magical & it’s not just going to make money fall into your lap, so if anything promises that it will (such as the likes of the Website ATM system which is associated with the Easy Kits scam) then it’s likely just trying to scam you.

However, I do appreciate that you’re probably not just wanting to “take my word for it” when I say that, after all, you might have been really hoping that you were actually gonna make some good money with this thing… So instead keep on reading & I’ll show you exactly how it all works so that you can see first-hand for yourself what’s really going on. 🙂

How Does The EasyKits.org Scam Work?

So basically like I mentioned above in this review the Easy Kits scam is essentially just your typical get-rich-quick scam in that it promises the world, requests your money & then fails to deliver on its promises after getting your money.

However in an attempt to try & make their scam a little more cunning (and to get more victims), they try to keep the name of it a secret, and that’s why instead of promoting it as Easy Kits, they promote it under various different names.

They create websites, like the Website ATM website which basically act as doorway websites. These sites pretty much tell you that you’re going to get really rich with little to no work at all & then they ask for a “small fee” to get started, such as $37 or $47…

However, after handing over the money (which I don’t recommend doing) that’s when you’ll discover that you’ve actually bought into the Easy Kits scam as you’ll be taken to the “members area” located on the easykits.org domain (as shown below):

Easy Kits Members Area

The easykits.org URL hosts a whole load of “members areas” for their various-named scam systems, and it’s at the Easy Kits website where things get much worse… As it’s there that they try to then sucker much more money out of you.

You see inside of the Easy Kits members area there is actually some legitimate training on a method called affiliate marketing, which is where you connect people with the products they’re looking for online & earn commissions in return.

And affiliate marketing is indeed a legitimate (and great) way to earn good money online. It’s actually the same way that I personally make most of my own income online.

So once you log into the Easy Kits members area they get you really hyped up about this potential opportunity to earn lots of money as an affiliate, and they state that you’ll essentially be working for Amazon.

They make it seem like you’ll actually be getting a work from home Amazon job, but what they actually mean is that you’ll be joining the Amazon affiliate program and promoting products from their website (as shown below):

Affiliate Marketing Explained

The problem though is that whilst this is indeed a legitimate & good way to make money, they make it seem like you’re actually getting an Amazon job… So they make it seem like you’ll be getting paid directly in return for the work you do, but that’s not the case.

As an affiliate marketer you only get paid for the sales you generate – and the training provided via the Easy Kits website isn’t in my opinion good enough to help you discover how to actually do that. They’ve just basically given you “enough” training to hype you up to get you to spend more money…

If you want to actually make good money with affiliate marketing then you need a legitimate training platform like Commission Academy (which you can actually get started with for free too).

But the real kicker comes when you discover how much the scammers behind Easy Kits want you to spend…

Another $37 or $47 maybe? Nope…

More like $2,997 ?:

Easy Kits Cost

And to convince you they kindly offer a “personal coach”, who you’re told will really help you out & make sure you make money… But those are just more lies because the “personal coach” is actually just a salesperson & they just use it as a trick to get you on the phone with them so that they can pressure you into a sale.

If they said, “we’ll tell our salesperson to call you” obviously you’re going to decline, but by claiming it’s a “personal coach” they know that you’re going to be much more likely to answer.

That’s exactly how the Digital Altitude & MOBE scams operated & needless to say they were shut down by the FTC… The Easy Kits website, however, has been a little more cunning as it hides behind various names in an attempt to keep a low profile from authorities.

But when you see what’s actually going on I think you’ll agree that it’s quite easy to see through it.

And frankly, there’s NO way you should find yourself spending whopping amounts like $2,997 to get started with affiliate marketing because like I mentioned earlier there are legitimate places like Wealthy Affiliate where you can start for free.

Plus I myself have also put a guide together showing you how you can start your own money-making affiliate website for free as well.

So yeah, keep that $2,997 in your bank would be my recommendation, which brings me onto…

Is EasyKits.org a Scam?

In my opinion yes, it is a scam & the reason I say that is because even though there is some legitimate training inside of the program it is quite clear to me that the creators of it are trying to take advantage of people.

They’re essentially promising that people will be able to make lots of money really quickly & easily which simply isn’t going to happen, and then they’re pressuring them into handing over extortionate amounts of cash.

This means that the people who sign up to the Easy Kits website will likely find themselves losing thousands of dollars of their hard-earned cash & they’ll be very unlikely to actually go on to make anything back.

Plus like I mentioned earlier in this review there is simply no need to spend that sort of crazy amount of money just to get started with affiliate marketing because there are plenty of places you can get started with it for free, like Wealthy Affiliate.

And alternatively, there are many other legitimate ways to make money that don’t require investment (or only require very little).

But either whatever you decide to do I just hope that my Easy Kits review here has given you a better insight into how the whole thing works & more importantly I hope it has helped you to save your hard-earned cash.

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

The best part is that there's literally no limit on the amount you can earn with it & the process is pretty simple which means that it's absolutely perfect for people that don't have much experience.

Some wealthy affiliates even earn as much as 5-figures per month... Or more!

Amazon Earnings Example

I mean don't get me wrong, that kind of money won't just fall into your lap without doing any work... But the harder you're willing to work at it, the more you stand to earn with it.

So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

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58 thoughts on “Easykits.org Scam BUSTED! Real Reviews Show Why It 100% Needs To Be Avoided”

  1. Straight bull crap. My dad fell for the 49 dollar part and it pi**ed me off to see he really believes he can make money so easy he’s even being stubborn to the fact that I told him it’s a scam sh** is so sad they really taking advantage of people and my dad is about to be 60 so in his head he’s trying to find something where he can make money online easy it’s really sad

    • They do, but what you have to appreciate is that there are literally millions of bogus websites on the internet & so as a result it takes the agencies time in order to get round to every single one.

  2. My question now would be or is ….the domain I’ve purchased thru them @ namesearch.com….u now own that domain. So can I cut ties with easy.kits and still make something out of my domain?I’m very upset because not to cry… but I’ve failed in a lot of things. For once when I try to change my life and go legit I find that I’ve yet again failed. It’s very discouraging and I’m losing will power here.please … I need help.im willing to learn.but i desperately want to succeed somehow and make ppl proud of me for it ya know.to see that I’ve tried to do right.these ppl who got over have pissed me off royaly…but also took some wind out of my sail.thanks for ur time and concern

      • The man asked for assistance, even said he was willing to learn. All you did is what everyone else does and says check out my free ….. and so on. Yet another baited hook waiting for a hungry fish. Are any of you web people legit? I have been trying for years to find something, where, if you put in the actual work, you will get the actual rewards. Now this has to be done without scamming other people. Not looking for a get rich deal, just a legit way to make a comfortable living by replacing my current income.
        However, all I run into is the same ole same ole, “They’re scammers, here, try my system, it’s the best”, just to learn it’s yet another one of the same.

  3. Dispute the transaction with your bank or credit card company and lost it as a fraud. I did just that and they didn’t get a penny.

  4. This company seems to team up with multiple companies. I signed-up through Josetrainon.com which is a $47 dollar training to introduce you to creating your own online store/domain to build a drop-shipping company. His ‘receipt’ came from support[at]easykits.com. I was then contacted by a company called Prime Corporate Services and charged almost 9k for coaching to help me build my business. The name on my CC statement says Market Leader Group, Inc, not Kreative or Prime Corporate Services. In addition to these companies, Tax Sentry is also a part of this whole scam as I went through Prime Corporate Services and was contacted by and contracted with Kreative/Market Leader Group, Inc, and Tax Sentry. I lost over 12k, not including the training courses from Josetrainon.com which cost $47 for the first introductory training and $97 for the package to get training and support to build the business. I sent all the information in (along with passwords as they require them) thinking I was going to have a business up and running within the next 2 months or so, as they stated. I got my email showing me the website and that the online store was completed and was acceptable but could not find the store on the internet using the website domain address. I could only ever access it using the email they sent. And, after working with them for nearly 4 months, have still not seen any money, purchases happening nor finding the store online using the website address. The biggest concern was with my personal credit and getting it transferred to business credit. Using the methods they sent me didn’t work and they were now requiring me to open business accounts with stores and make small monthly purchases of ‘business items’ in order for me to secure business credit even though I had no income from my store. My expenses for the business on my CC accounts were around $500 per month and the Tax company was charging me a monthly $60 charge on my maxed out CC as well. I was feeling sick to my stomach and didn’t know what to do. I was told to call the CC company, tell them what was happening and explain to them that I thought I was scammed. I’m still in the thick of it and am now getting harrassed by a rep from Kreative over the dispute and the contract (which I was upfront about in each of my calls with updates to the CC company).

    • Kreative is the company that is supposed to provide you with step-by-step instructions and training to get your company domain and store up and running. They contract with a company called WebSiteGenerator where they are the ones who actually design your online store. Don’t trust any of these companies! Unless you’ve already started the process on your own, and even then, I really don’t think you need to fork over that much money for their services (there’s a limit to how much ‘Help’ they can provide, even though you paid them for their services).

    • I’m sorry you went through all of that. I sincerely hope you are able to recoup some if not all of your money. I thank you for having the courage to make these posts to help others like me who would have fallen into the same trap. I hit the claim button ready to sign up and my bank stopped it. It was only then that I decided to check further and discover your post.

      Again I’m sorry this happened to you but I thank you for having the courage to post your experience online!

  5. I signed up with website generator and paid 47 they wanted more but I declined. When I tried to login to the site they sent me to it didn’t exist. The easykits support email also didn’t come up. Now I’m calling my bank tomorrow to dispute the charge

  6. I signed up the other day with A to Z which directed me to Easy kits. I got the phone call, and the guy was nice, but was asking me a bunch of questions that I didn’t think were any of his business. Made me a little wary. After the interview, he said that I sounded worthy enough for 1 on 1 training with a mentor. they are supposed to call back Monday. I got off the phone with him last night, and thought about it most of the day while I was at work. Just got home to investigate and your blog was the first I happened upon. I am glad I read it. It is no big deal for me to lose $47, but the upgrade would have set me back some. Thank You! I will ignore their phone call Monday.

  7. I just bought for $47 entry refusing all upgrades, called for password, great. I logged in, great. viewed videos on how to create plug ins and found their tutorials helpful but did not execute any as of yet. So I guess for $47 that it is worth it. I am so grateful for these post that confirmed my hesitation of proceeding any further.
    Previously I researched some about affiliate marketing and ebay as well as amazon e commerce. I previously bought an llc and set up a starter website but that’s as far as I have gone to date. With work shut down and a decreased income source I’m still researching but would really appreciate more support on pulling the trigger before missing out on what obviously is the beginning of a new standard of purchasing products for the remaining masses that are now forced to venture into e-commerce and most likely adjust to a normal way of buying products

  8. I agree that this is a scam. They make it sound so easy, but it’s not true. Lucky for me they refunded everything except $49 which they said was their expense for setting me up as a user (bogus charge if you ask me). Don’t wast your money!

  9. I just read your review and realized I was being scammed. A man named Thomas called me and wanted me and my husband to use our home equity to invest. What the heck! I told him no that we couldn’t do that so he told me I didn’t qualify for that program. I called to get a refund and Ann told me she was sending me 29.00 back. We went back and forth until she she said she was going to talk to a supervisor. Less then a second, she comes back and tells me I’ll get a full refund. This website truly is a scam and thank you very much for your insight.
    Saved me some money!

  10. Where do you go to ask for the $47 and $297 refund? They supposed to have a 60-day money back guarantee, don’t they? Anyone has their refund department number?
    They advertised as a turn-key system that would make up to $500 a day for the buyer of their system.
    After talking to their ‘personal coach’ today, they have scheduled me for a 2-hour phone interview with their ‘director’ with my wife included for tomorrow, to discuss what kind of business plan they can customize for me to meet my financial goal.
    With the knowledge I’ve gathered from this site, I’m prepared. I don’t know what they are going to sell to me again. I will turn down anything that needs more money to set up my online business website.
    Jimmy W
    Missouri City, TX, 77459

    • If a system could really make the buyer $500 per day so easily then everybody would be rich. If something sounds too good to be true, it generally is.

  11. Screaming: PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM EASY KITS. ORG!! They are a total scam I have been dealing with them for several months. It’s easy to give them money but hard to get your refund. They keep sending me links that’s broken and I’ve never been able to access the product! I sent them an email again a few minutes ago stating but I’m going to put them on blast all across the internet. I wish I could upload the corresponding emails here.. showing how much I have been diligently trying to retrieve my refund.. my bank couldn’t even get a hold to them because they refuse to answer their phones! They promised to escalate my request to a higher office but to no avail. I have correspondent with at least six maybe eight different Representatives, they all speak the SAME SCRIPT! ALL of my emails are now coming back undeliverable and I’ve screenshot every last one of them; Soo many until I had to put them in a collage! AGAIN, do not enter into business with easykits or THEIR Reps: Hilda, Cherry, Jackie, Kristie, Ann, Jedelyn, Aiza… The list goes on and on

  12. I’ve been in pursuit of getting my refund and membership canceled immediately within hours of
    Being gullible and foolish at a moment of need of finding some sort of financial resources to rescue and assist me in meeting my financial obligations and responsibilities…instead I have been swindled out of not only $47 but $297.00 not once but twice totaling more than $600.00…
    I admit I was a dumb ass but not for more than 6hrs.
    I immediately thereafter having given my capital one spark credit card contacted my credit card company and had a representative from my credit card company make a call to cancel my order and get a confirmation of which was recorded by capital one spark that I would not be charged and my membership would be canceled immediately and even sent a email to me confirming this a few hours after…this was on june 8 2020
    It is now Oct 6th 2020
    And my credit card company has not been reimbursed and says that there is nothing more they can do in assistance in this case..it’s between me and the merchant…wtf
    Well if a credit card company doesn’t give me the protection of a purchase order I immediately canceled in a period of hours and a pending state no less with a verbal conversation and confirmation that I would not be charged for any of the charges and the membership would be voided immediately thereafter and I’m holding a email from easykits.org stating all of this.
    I’m asking myself and you …
    Who do I look to being F***** over by??
    This world is out of control and appears to be only getting worse and worse..
    Any suggestions for how I should resolve this situation I now find myself in attempting to retrieve the funds back from this scam company to my credit card company that seems to be holding me for some reason they themselves aren’t able to get or retrieve the funds for which was promised to be unrenderd or not attained in effect.

  13. I was just about to pull the scam trigger, however I decided to check the business Website Generator Support out on the Better Business Bureau. (support@easykits.org is the website they gave. They wanted me to give them $67.00 to get started. However my bank card didn’t go through. I feel fortunate that I have dodged the Scam bullet. The wretched scammers are indeed ruthless and will scam anyone. My intent is to inform others so they might not fall into their trap. #checkthebbbfirst

    • Thank goodness for your bank blocking the transaction & I agree, it’s super-important to always do due diligence before joining any opportunity that seems potentially too good to be true.

    I refused to answer there questions from ‘John John Johnson’ who reported himself to be the owner of the business. He ‘disqualified’ me because I refused and gave me a refund number of 888 793-3429. This number led to a person who said they would only issue a partial refund. I asked to speak to a supervisor and was told that they would check with the Internal Business Dept., but came back on and said a full refund would be given in 8-10 days. I doubt that.
    We need to unite together and knock out this group of thieves. Is this the right forum to do so?

    • Hi Lonnie, thanks for your comment. If you’ve been scammed then there’s no need to wait to unite together with others, you can take the necessary action yourself & doing so will help protect others. By all means, feel free to come back here & post your updates.

  15. This is the information I have about this company.

    I myself am contacting them for a refund

    * For Customer Support & Billing – 24/7
    Phone: 1-888-793-3429
    Online Support – Click Here

    To your success
    Your Dedicated Customer Support Team
    Phone: 1-888-793-3429
    We are here for you 365 Days Per Year, 24/7

    • Hello John. It is indeed, we reviewed that when it was launched under a different name, but it’s the same thing. I’ll add a note to expose it on here 🙂

  16. Sadly, I was scammed too. The personal coach wouldn’t even give me the name of the company. I told him that I didn’t know what I purchased and he went into a whole story about the benefits but first I would have to give him information about my savings, my retirement, my net worth etc to see if I qualified for a special consultation with his director to develop a personalized business plan. The name he gave me was Travis Wilson and I also was contacted by a Charles Hanson. I now know from reading the other comments, that he was trying to determine if I had enough $ to pay for further “consultation” and a “business plan”.
    I opted out of sharing any information and wanted to know the name of the business to understand what I had purchased for $297 and an additional $67. Again, Travis told me the business was Website Generator. I told him that I would need to further research to determine if this was a scam or not. And he said you can find bad reviews on everything even if it’s just one person making the comments. I told him that I was going to look at the “training” and if I decided I wanted any more personalized consultations, that I would be in contact. He used all kind of tactics to get me to stay on with him and continue with the conversation. Thankfully, I told him I wasn’t interested and he said that I didn’t seem like I was very vested in owning a business and being successful.
    I then called the phone number on the receipt and asked for a refund. She said I would only be getting back $183. I asked why because I had not accessed any of their “training” and she said it was because their charge for setting up an id. When I asked what the name of the business was called, she said Website Generator and I said no, the name of the company, I asked several times and that’s when she told me Easy Kits. This is the first I had heard that name.
    In this process, I also “purchased” a website from namecheap.com. Additional Scam.
    It’s really, really sad that there are so many people out there willing to take advantage of folks that are just trying to get ahead. It’s really hard to know who to trust etc. On a side note, I have an MBA and fell for this scam, so embarrassing!

    • Just got off the phone with Teo. Mom signed us up through an ad for Elai. Teo then tells me the company name is accelecommerce. I have searched all over for “Elai” and have only come across Elai.io which is a website you use to create videos for your business, though they also have an e-commerce side it is just creating videos. No creating a website or anything that I could see. We spent an hour and a half on the phone with Teo and he did nothing but “profile us” by asking questions about our goals, income, savings… then proceeded to have us apply for a chase preferred credit card AND told us to have it expedited. He then scheduled a call with us for Wednesday 09/20/23 and said it would be a 5-10 minute call. If we have the credit card by then, I assume he’d want us to provide payment. If not, he said he would assign us more “homework” which is essentially looking up definitions and “brainstorming what we would like out of the company”.

      My mom paid $67 to sign us up and Teo assured us that we would receive a refund once we get started. though he told us nothing about what we’re doing, what the cost is, etc. I gave him a call back to ask for the company name/website, as I was doing research and couldn’t find anything online for Elai. I also searched easykits.net, as my mom had been receiving emails from their “support team”. I found this page detailing the scam that is easykits.org. I have not yet been able to find any info on easykits.net, I assume it is just easykits.org but redone. If you come across any info about this company of experienced the same that we have, please let me know. We are 99.9999999999% sure this is all a scam.

      • Wow, it is the first time I have heard anybody mention the name “Teo”. I exposed several ecommerce scams operated by a man named “Teo Vee”. High chance of a potential connection.


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