Exitus Elite Review – Scam? Pyramid Scheme? Watch Out For Their Legal Trap

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]

Exitus Elite is a new website which claims to have been built with your success in mind & you’re led to believe that by signing up to it you’ll allegedly become part of what they call “the new era of online income generation”.

Exitus Elite Website ScreenshotThey claim that their website provides everything you need to get started online even if you’re brand new & they even claim that you can get paid the very same day that you get started.

But is it really legit? Or is Exitus Elite a scam to avoid?

Well, you’ll be glad that you decided to do your due diligence & came here to this review first before diving in & signing up because I can tell you right from the off that things aren’t quite what they seem.

Plus if you sign up to Exitus Elite you could find yourself caught in a “hidden legal trap” as you’ll soon see below.

What Is Exitus Elite?   |   How Does Exitus Elite Work?   |   The Legal Trap   |   Is Exitus Elite a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is Exitus Elite?

At a glance, upon coming across Exitus Elite you might feel like you’ve discovered the road to financial freedom as the website gives off the idea that it’s going to provide you with a super-easy way to make lots of good money online, even if you have absolutely no experience.

You’re told that by joining Exitus Elite you’ll become part of the “new era of online income generation” and that you’ll begin getting paid literally the same day you get started. According to them, the whole thing has been built with your success in mind.

And as shown below in the screenshot taken from their website they even claim that you can make $1,000 “almost instantly”:

Exitus Elite Affiliate Income Claim

But is it really true – can you really make money so easily? And if you can then where is the money coming from?

And moreover, if you can really earn so much money so easily with Exitus Elite & do it from your home then why are still people working at jobs they dislike for less money? Why isn’t everybody doing this?

Well, the answer to those questions is because Exitus Elite is NOT what it seems.

Yes, the opportunity has been made to seem really good but that’s just done to entice you into spending money on it because the truth is that the whole thing is just a cash gifting scheme in which the members all make direct member-to-member payments.

You know, the kind of thing that looks like this:

Network Marketing Pyramid Scheme

And Exitus Elite isn’t the first cash-gifting scheme I’ve exposed, I’ve actually exposed several in the past such as Easy 1 Up, Press 1 Cash & Share The Number… They all put a slightly different spin on things but underneath they all work in exactly the same way.

I mean yes, it is technically possible to make some money from them but if you keep on reading below I’ll explain in more detail how it all works & why most people just end up losing money rather than actually earning it…

I’ll also explain about the hidden legal trick that could see you getting sued if you become a member…

How Does Exitus Elite Work?

The people behind Exitus Elite have quite clearly put in a lot of effort to make their opportunity seem legitimate however upon taking a closer look it’s quite clear that the whole thing is just focused on recruiting & getting others to invest so that you can earn at their expense.

You see in short here’s how it works…

  • You invest in a package (packages range from $140 to $1,299)
  • You promote Exitus Elite to others & get them to invest just like you did
  • You earn commissions if they purchase a package

However, there’s a bit of trickery going on because you actually only get to earn commissions on the packages you have personally purchased.

So as an example let’s say that you only purchased in at the $140 level & then you recruited somebody who invested the $1,299 – you would only earn commissions on the lower level & the rest of the money would be passed up to somebody else instead.

And there’s also the fact that you have to literally connect up your own payment method & have people pay you directly. So as an example you might have to enter your PayPal or banking information, then new members you recruit have to send you money directly rather than Exitus Elite managing it & paying out commissions.

The reason they force you to do this is because payment processors like PayPal etc don’t deal with cash-gifting schemes (because they’re illegal) so in order for the owners of Exitus Elite to prevent their accounts shutting down, they make you do it directly instead.

You know what this means though, right? It means that if you start getting payments then your accounts will end up getting terminated too… So by becoming part of Exitus Elite, you could end up losing your PayPal accounts etc. This happens a lot to members of cash-gifting schemes.

And even though they claim it’s all “done for you”, it’s not really…

Like I mentioned above in order to actually make money with it you will be required to promote it to others & get them to purchase into it so that you can earn at their expense when they invest… This will be very difficult to do unless you’re already an expert marketer.

And also I’d really hope that you wouldn’t want to be getting people to invest in something just so that you could earn at their expense even though you know that they likely won’t end up making anything back.

You’d be much better off just joining a legitimate program like Commission Academy instead & learning how to build a proper business online – a business that doesn’t involve deceiving or taking advantage of people.

If you buy into Exitus Elite and decide it’s not for you, guess what happens?

Well according to their refund policy they claim that they’ll sue you… Yup, you heard that right!

That has to be the craziest refund policy I have ever heard in my entire existence. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I first read it but as shown below they claim that if you decide to get your money back, they’ll take you to court:

Exitus Elite Refund Policy

A chargeback is your statutory right – if you feel like you’ve been sold something that didn’t live up to its expectations & the provider fails to provide you with a refund then you are entitled to make a chargeback… Yet Exitus Elite claim they will take you to court for it.

I would NEVER get involved with a company that makes such threats regardless of how great they may appear on the surface & that brings me nicely onto…

Is Exitus Elite a Scam?

Well yes, you can “technically” make money through Exitus Elite by investing & promoting the site to others & getting them to invest just like you did… However it’s quite clear that there’s no real product, the whole thing is focused around recruiting.

And the biggest problem is that not only is this type of thing illegal, but it’s also very difficult to actually recruit people into these types of things which means most people just end up investing & then never earning anything back.

So even though you can “technically” make money from it I will still say that in my opinion, I do believe it is a scam because it is built around trickery & the majority of people who join will fail to make money.

I think that instead of joining a gimmicky system like Exitus Elite you should just stick with a legitimate & proven method such as affiliate marketing. That way you don’t can earn money honestly without tricking people into joining a program that’ll likely just see them losing money.

Or alternatively, you can check out one of these other great ways to make good money online.

But whatever you decide to do I just sincerely hope that my review of Exitus Elite here has given you a good insight into how it all actually works & hopefully you can see why it might not be so great as it initially seems. If you still happen to have any further questions or comments though then, of course, don’t hesitate to leave them below. 🙂

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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18 thoughts on “Exitus Elite Review – Scam? Pyramid Scheme? Watch Out For Their Legal Trap”

  1. Thing is, there really is a product in there. We get access to a group called Black ops in their g1000 plan, and in there we are taught the exact ways to sell, and we’re taught live buy seven and eight-figure earners

    To me, this has been everything that has been good in my past few months. But to each their own

    • So the “product” is that you’re taught how to sell? That’s a huge red-flag, and another red-flag is the fact that you’re forced to find a referrer before you can actually purchase any of the products. It’s quite clear that the whole thing has a primary focus on recruiting & for that reason I’ll still be standing by my decision to not recommend it.

    • It’s not tangible. Anyone can fabricate junk information (which is what it is, as the trainings are usually less than basic) for sale. It’s a pyramid scheme by raw definition and therefore, unsustainable.

      Fearless Mama is gone.
      Newbies On Fire is on it’s way out.
      Six Figure Stamp Club died within weeks after I got started.
      Multiple Income Funnel replaced Daily Income Method
      Profits Passport, you don’t here too much about lately.

      You just got to wake up and smell the coffee.
      The people behind the system are predatory, either that, or they just don’t know any better. But there is no equal playing field for everyone who gets involved.

      • Your making assumptions & you are wrong in this case as the products are very quality with hours & hours of video training. You can also download these videos & resell them on your own site.

        This is not a Pyramid scheme as in a Pyramid scheme only the owners & people at the top make most the money. In this case the members keep most the money so for example the company gets $49 & member gets paid $100.

        This article is very misleading as your basically saying that all mlm’s are scams which isn’t true.

        What is wrong with focusing on recruiting as this encourages more sales & business growth?

        I’ve made more money with these mlm’s that pay 100% commission than other affiliate programs so they do work. You off course have to put some work in to make sales that don’t magically appear if you do nothing. So the amount of money you make depends on how much you in invest in advertising & blogging.

        I agree with you for some mlm’s like GDI & trafficwave as they only pay a $1 per referral so a very small percentage so it is only the company who benefits.

          • Bro, I get what your saying & respect your opinion but if I’m making money with it & the products are of high quality then I like the idea.

            With Exitus Elite compensation plan you only pass up your first sale & then you get 100% commission from everyone you sponsor. Also if for example you signup at the $250 level & someone you sponsor buys the $500 level you still get $250 from that $500 sale then the other $250 will pasup to your sponsor.

            In my opinion this makes it a very fair profitable compensation plan comparing it to other mlm’s that pay you very little.

            Anyway I like both traditional affiliate programs & some good mlm businesses as long as they pay a good percentage commission then they are well worth my time.

          • I would also like the idea if the products were of high quality & priced based on their value rather than commissions, but the reality is they’re not. The prices of the products are greatly inflated so that the company can afford to pay larger commissions to affiliates. This means that, ultimately, consumers are getting ripped off. Ripping people off is NOT a good way to do business.

  2. July 14/22 1235

    Fearless Mama seems to be holding her own as of today’s email to me. Maybe she went on a break but she’s back!

    I’ve been looking for online work and see her email almost daily. I decided today to look into the company, etc. a little more thoroughly. My eyes spotted this article.

    My decision is made. I’ll continue looking until I find something that will put my mind at ease at the end of each working day.This is not for me!

    Thanks for your article.
    July 14/22

  3. A very trusted friend sent me a link to watch a video, which I did. Then I went to their site and looked around. I immediately came to google and saw your link. Thank you! I’m going to send the link to her. Her husband is an attorney…hmmm Maybe I need to reevaluate her as well? Lol Again, great review. Thank you!

  4. Hmmm. This is just another typical review mate. Typical because after you’ve had a shot at some MLM you direct people to your own affilate system. Which is cool, because that is smart marketing. However I noticed you mentioned E1U. I believe you know nothing about them and you haven’t looked past what the deal really is. Any system that sells tuition in any way for a price at different levels are just using tuition as the “product” that needs to be shown as a sale. Nearly in all cases, the tuition is crap and as value, it sure is over priced. Anything that you want to learn is online FREE. And you’re right, these systems are all gifting systems but hey you’re being overly moralistic. No one makes any money if there’s no sale. And if someone wants to buy a $250 level (of whatever) then it’s their choice. They may know of another 5 people who can buy and copy the process, who can then teach another 2 or 3 or 10 people the same thing. THEIR CHOICE. No one depends on anybody selling stuff to earn and there’s no pressure to sell anything at all. So really it comes down to a commercial decision. What I don’t like about it is that the smart slick marketers will pressure naive people into parting with $1000 or $2000 telling them that everybody will want to buy in at this level – wrong. But everybody has $100 0r even $200 to have a go. Remember, you only hang around people with the sale income and thinking as you. E1U has been around long than your life on this planet. They have a AAA with the BBB and the original owner is a sought after speaker. It is going through a change over period currently with new owners so be care when signing up that you don’t get sucked into the other affiliate programs. But the basics of E1U is very sound and if you want to make money, this system is great and innovative and very simple. You are not giving this the proper recognition because you want people to go to your site. So you are just as at fault as your narrative in this review.

    • Hi Indrek. I understand your view that it’s “their choice” if they want to risk their money… However, the schemes are actually illegal to participate in. The FTC states that if the products wouldn’t have the same purchase rate if there wasn’t an attached income opportunity, then it is likely an illegal pyramid scheme. What you describe falls exactly into that category (as we saw when the MOBE scam was shut down).

  5. Hello Dale,

    I’m a baffled…
    On one hand you claim that per their stated policy of refunds requests, they’ll sue in CA or FA, USA.
    On the other hand you state that their operation is illegal, right?
    Then one can reasonably expect that any good attorney representing a defendant in court would bring up, as part of their defense, the illegality aspect of that company’s operation.
    What say you?

    • If only court battles worked like that. Take a look at the MOBE scam, for example. They were illegal (ultimately got shutdown) but sued Digital Altitude a few years before they got closed. “That say me”. 😅


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