EZ Money Team Review – Money Laundering!?

By Ray Alexander

If you were looking for an EZ Money Team review and arrived at this page, you've done the right thing. Because as you may have guessed it, there's never a way to make money by "barely doing anything" as it claims, let alone make thousands of dollars. In fact, every other sentence that the seller tells you in the video doesn't make sense.

He says he's found a "huge loophole in one of the biggest traffic websites." He used this loophole, tweaked it and get the "commissions deposited right to his account in the easiest way possible". Okay, so he hacked a third-party website and managed to transfer someone else's money into his bank account? Money laundering is a serious crime... Not an impressive plot to invite you in. You don't buy into all this nonsense, do you?

EZ Money Team Review

Product Name:

EZ Money Team Now

Website URL:



Affiliate Marketing


Jeffrey Hart (Oscar T. Ortiz)


$37 $27


Only A Few Clicks To 100% Pure Profit

The seller tells you that everything is already done for you. The research and all the hard work are done by him and his team. So you'll only need to click a few times before you start making commissions. All the sales happen automatically, and the commissions will be deposited directly into your account week after week.

The term "100% pure profit" the seller is referring to is unclear, but I assume what he's trying to say is that EZ Money Team will not charge a recurring membership fee.

However, he also says he's giving away free one-to-one coaching from a "live top EZ Money Team member", which is worth $650 value. When all you need is a few easiest clicks to make so much money, why you need to receive a coaching service is unclear.

What's being said in the sales video really doesn't make sense, and it implies that whatever EZ Money Team offers is an awful lot more complicated, it's not an easy few-click system, and is far from an "all done for you".

EZ Money Team Review

Desperately Trying To Sell, Why?

The seller also says he's only looking for 50 people to join this "team", and he only wants someone who's committed. He explains that he would offer this product/system for free, but wants you to show how seriously you are by paying $37 to him.

But he doesn't explain why he's restricting the spot only for 50 people, and why he's only charging such a small amount.

Later on in the video, he repeatedly tries to persuade you to buy it by saying "for less than the price of what most people spend on coffee every month." Why is he so desperately trying to sell EZ Money Team? None of this makes sense.

Fake Advertisements

We can easily spot some of the claims that the sellers falsely made for the video.

EZ Money Fake Sarah

For example the photo of "Sarah", one of his team members who "didn't even know her own email address before she joined", turns out to be a stock photo model.

EZ Money Team Best Customer Service Award

Another one is his claim of EZ Money Team having been chosen as "Product of the Year" and "Best Customer Service". Again they don't make sense because firstly, he doesn't say who named them. And secondly, if his activity is to manipulate a loophole of website traffic and transfer someone else's money into his team's account, then there shouldn't be a customer service involvement, and it's very unlikely to be approved as a product by any recognized body. Therefore these badges are most likely to be made up.

The Bonus Ebook - Irrelevant, and Free Anyway

The seller says that if you pay $37 for EZ Money Team, you'll receive his book "The Journey To Top Blogger". It's a PLR (private label rights) product, which is available for free anyway. The license specifically allows anyone to give away for free. (I've got a copy for you - download it from here, 3.5Mb file size).

So this book really isn't written by the seller. Although the license allows anyone to claim the authorship, which means that the EZ Money Team's seller quite rightly says "I'll give you my book for free."

Having said that, why would he give you a guidebook to blogging, which is totally irrelevant to EZ Money Team?

Other Programs By The Same Owner

If you look at the Terms and Conditions page and Disclaimer page and the exit popup pages, you can trace other similar programs that are created by the owner. He calls himself Jeffrey Hart or Oscar T. Ortiz, and other websites include; 

  • ortizcapitalllc.com
  • incomeenginelite.com and
  • payitforwardsystemnow.com.

When I google search either of these two names, I can only hit some other "EZ Money Team Scam" review sites and I can't find this man on image search or social media, so I can only suspect that the owner is not the man in these photos.

Oscar Ortiz Jeffrey Hart

The Actual Content

Not surprisingly - the actual EZ Money Team as a product is an affiliate marketing training guide full of "recommended tools". The "training" includes;

  • How to create your website - web domain fee that will cost you $8 per month for a yearly contract.
  • How to start email marketing - autoresponder service that will cost you at least $12 per month.
  • How to use a link tracker - the tool (ClickMagick) will cost you at least $27 per month.
  • How to drive traffic - recommended price (WebFire) of $497 per month.
WebFire Traffic Cost

As you can see, if you simply follow what you're told, you'll be spending at least $544 per month, plus learning to create your own site and monitoring traffic. That's nothing like how you are promised at the sales page - only a few clicks to receive thousands of dollars and all you do is "copy & paste". 

Never Believe In "Easy Systems"

The seller says in the sales video, "If you've made it this far into the video, I know you're dead serious."

No you're not. You have nothing better to do!

EZ Money Team is a product that's clearly targeted to people who have no experience or knowledge in making money online. The seller is looking for incompetent learners who still believe that there may be some ways to somehow steal someone else's money legally. 

If you have a little bit of common sense, you know that whenever you earn, there's someone who pays for it. That you need to learn how to get people to pay - whether you are directly selling something, or making a commission as an affiliate. No one is a charity. Stop believing phrases such as;

  • "Copy and paste system" - Nobody will pay you for a job that a 5 years old can do.
  • "We've done all the hard work for you" - When they say this, they're never letting you have it for free. Huge hidden service charges to pay.
  • "Profit within 24 hours" - This can be possible ONLY if you've already had a lot of experience with other similar programs. Never gonna happen without relevant skills.
  • "Money is deposited to your bank every hour" - Impossible. That would be a total waste of transferring & administration fees. Affiliate networks only pay your earnings once a week or once a month.

Never believe in any programs that claim to be "easy systems" - you'll only make money when you've worked reasonably hard and smart!

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Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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  1. Ok so your basically attacking a online business but on the other hand you use this to alienate them from a scamm and you use this to promote your “deal”???
    Why don’t you prove you don’t need to badmouth a scamm to get people to buy into your “scamm “ …. can you Prove your not a scammer too?
    Just wondering

    1. “Lisa”, you’re totally missing the point. Read my post one more time carefully. I never called EZ Money Team a scam.

      I’m not promoting “my deal”. I’m not a seller, I’m a product reviewer and affiliate marketer. Whether you believe a review or not is entirely up to you. It’s 100% YOUR responsibility. I don’t have to prove anything to you because I’m not trying to sell anything. Any questions don’t hesitate to ask.

    1. Hi Jojo, you’re absolutely right. If you said something was ‘easy’, you’d be able to demonstrate how easy. It’s the word that you shouldn’t be using so ‘easily’!

  2. The problem is how long they can scam people for using the rinse & repeat method. This one has been going on for at least 2years.

  3. Thank you for your information. This is extremely valuable and I can learn a lot about it from this review. Make money is not as easy as it says I understand. I look forward to read more reviews from you.

  4. Yep, it’s a scam. It used to be more expensive I paid 97 dollars or something like that totally useless. I got sponsored by my if I hadnt I would have asked for my money back.

    1. Hi Tamara, yes it looks like it used to be a lot pricier. Whatever the price is, you’re not getting anything useful to build your online business from this product. Thanks for your comment.

  5. If you see Ez money team it’s a scam. I signed up with something else a few weeks ago then I started to receive emails from someone called Carol she keeps saying activate your commission I don’t have my commission. When I open the link it’s Ez money team there is no money showing there is only a video. I think there are 2 videos. I blocked Carol but yesterday I started to receive emails from some different names. These people are all scam.

    1. Hi Jaimee, thanks for sharing your experience. That name (Carol) is fake, as solo ad sellers (those spammy email senders) all use fake names and change them periodically, anyway. “Activate your commission” is a typical phrase that spammers use. Best not to open them and delete them if you don’t want to receive too many of them. As every time you click the link, you’re showing them your interest. Thanks for your comment.

  6. It’s a scam. I fell for it over a year ago. I paid a lot more about 67 dollars I think…did not get my money back because when I contacted I received no reply. I was busy with work and could not concentrate on it. Only after that I read some reviews then realised it was all scam but by then it passed 3-4 months. I’m telling you. I was no longer motivated to get my money back from my bank or card company so I left it and I lost my money.

    The worst thing was I decided to log back in but my log in detail was no longer working and then I discovered that the site was already gone. I’m telling you, looking back I should had contacted my bank to report this. But it was too late. If you see the name EZ money you never trust it. I’m telling you.

    1. Hi Jay, thanks for sharing your experience, I’m sorry to hear that you lost your money to EZ Money Team. At least you know what it is now, we come across with many other similar sales pages but will never be fooled again. Thank you, I wish you all the best!

  7. Good article..The same scammer changed so many different website addresses to target innocent people.
    It is all true if you believe easy money you will not make any money. you need to focus and you need to be persistent.

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