The Easy Internet Plan – Is It A Scam?

the easy internet plan

Here’s proof that The Easy Internet Plan is a scam.

If you think buying this system is going to help you live absolutely 100% financially stress free, you got another thing coming.

Aside from the 19 minute video on their website, there’s not a whole lot of information on this program.

Unless you know where to look!

Find out exactly what The Easy Internet Plan has to offer and even get an inside look at the training for free, as I have…

Product Name: The Easy Internet Plan

Product Owner: Dave Roberts

Price: $28 + upsells ($97+)

Website: www.theeasyinternetplan.com

What Is The Easy Internet Plan

What’s going on behind the scenes for this program is what bothers me – and why I continue to review such programs. It’s also why I continue to guide people to safe places where they can learn how to earn money online.

During the entire (video) promotion, this guy was attacking “guru scam artists”. But as it turns out, he himself is scamming you.

The Easy Internet Plan claims to provide you with a life-changing software known as Money Pockets.the easy internet plan

This software allegedly searches the internet and fills orders for big companies such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc.

What orders does it exactly fill?

There’s no way of telling as all you are told is that these pockets are the one’s left behind by the “millionaire guru scam artists”. So in other words the software fills the loose ends or leftovers, of guru scam artists. According to the video.

Not to mention the software that he claims to be his was actually created by his nameless “buddy”. Somehow they now make $100,000’s every few months.

Sounds a bit far-fetched?

That’s because it is.

Their Money Pocket software has nothing to do with Amazon, Google, or Facebook. You can find this on the bottom of the website:

the easy internet plan

Be wary of sites claiming that they will “force money into your bank account” while all you need to do is “tap on your cellphone or click your mouse”.

Building stable income online takes time and work, but it can be done for those willing to dedicate themselves and not afraid of a little work.

Did you notice that the typical purchaser does not make any money using this system highlighted above?. Here’s why….

Terrible Training

I was able to get a free look inside of the training because Dave Roberts, The Easy Internet Plan “owner”, connected his Youtube account to the video on the website:

the easy internet plan

In it had a few training videos for The Easy Internet Plan and some of his past ‘work’.

David Roberts, which is more than likely a stage name, made a big mistake leaving this open and giving us a free look inside.

This 2 minute training video is exactly why I do not recommend anyone buying this program:

What did you notice?

  • Nothing is explained to you
  • You’re being rushed through each “lesson”
  • There’s only 5 of these sorry lessons and the ones we see are only 2 minutes in length
  • There’s NO software

This program was supposed to teach you how to make money online with a few simple steps.

This is NOT normal training when it comes to learning how to make money online, it’s steps thrown together that will keep people occupied long enough so that they can’t request a refund.

This is in fact the training for The Easy Internet Plan and what you can expect to encounter after purchasing it. Tells a much different story than the website doesn’t it…

You shouldn’t have to put up with such BS training, I know I wouldn’t.

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Pricing

The Easy Internet Plan initially asks for $28 but has a couple of upsells for $97 which you can find and see for yourself, on the same Youtube page I shared above.

Though this is my first coming across that Youtube account, however this isn’t the first time I ran into this scam artist.

One of the videos looked awfully familiar and as it turns out this “Dave Roberts” person, who’s name I really believe is Craig, created a false product that I reviewed in the past.

You can see how that went here.

Final Opinion

 

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The Easy Internet Plan - Overall Rating

Based on the misleading video on the sales page and considering the terrible training, I do not recommend The Easy Internet Plan to anyone.

If you believe a magical software will automatically earn you hundreds of dollars a day while tapping on your phone or computer mouse, feel free to join.

I do like to recommend places that will actually teach you how to make money online. Just realize it takes more work than simply “clicking on a mouse”.

But as I shared before it can be done, and is much easier with help and with real step by step training.

Feel free to have a look at some of my top recommendations, I’m sure you will find something fitting for you 🙂

Have any questions, let me know. Also feel free to share your experiences using The Easy Internet Plan below and warn others about this scam.

 

About the author

Jason

My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

  • Jason Xander says:

    Really good and thorough review on the Easy Internet Plan. I find it incredibly fascinating that there are still people that fall for reviews like this, and worst of all there are still people out there that target the miss informed and gullible. I always do my homework first and thanks to reviews like your I will never be a victim of scams again.

    • Jason Jason says:

      Hey Xander,

      I’m glad you found this review and that you do your homework before purchasing any product, or program.

      However some people do fall for these types of things. The people responsible for putting them together do a really good job and are usually not first time offenders. So they know what they’re doing.

      I believe people fall for the idea of getting rich quick online and often really believe that some “miracle software” is the answer to all of their problems.

      The truth is making money online isn’t as tricky or difficult as most people think. But there are NO shortcuts and it’s important to avoid the get rich schemes…

  • Jason Jason says:

    Hi Jason (great name BTW)
    Thank you for letting us know about this scam. I’ve seen countless scams like this all over the internet and these people pushing these kinds of things need to be stopped by people like us.

    This sounds awfully familiar as I think I’ve ran into this guy before promoting crap products. The only people who get “rich” from these scams are the scam artist themselves!
    ~Jason

    • Jason Jason says:

      That’s very true.

      They have no regard for the people purchasing it, many of which are really in need of a break.

      I have no problem at all exposing these cowards and will continue to do so.

      Thanks for stopping by Jason.

  • Jason Chris says:

    A pretty stupid move for a scam artist to do really isn’t it – what in the world was he thinking by linking his YouTube account to the product?
    On top of that the YouTube channel looks pretty newbie at best – hasn’t added a avatar and hasn’t even bothered to put a header on it!
    Not for me thank you – very sketchy!

    • Jason Jason says:

      Agreed, very lazy on their part as well.

      But lucky for us, we all get an inside look at what The Easy Internet Plan really has to offer.

      It’s complete garbage and I found the quality of the training to be very upsetting. Avoid this BS.

  • Jason Norm says:

    Hiya Jason,

    I really wanted to thank you for your review of this product. I myself knew that somehow it was a scam, yet couldn’t really know for sure the NAME of it until I submitted an email address. Of course, I’ll have to go to my inbox and select the mailer as “spam”.


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