This one opportunity is a little bit of weirdo if you ask me. (Even if you didn’t I’m going to tell you anyways…)
I found the Prosper Everyday Opportunity at www.prospereverydayteam.com. After watching a very long 30minute video of a guy with an English accent and doing some research, I was able to discover a good bit about the “Money Now” or “Prosper Everyday” Opportunity.
What is strange is that there are many different men claiming to be the founders of the opportunity.
Prosper Everyday was founded by a guy named Stephen Seppinni and another named Eric Grant. (or at least that’s what the sites I found said…) Stephen apparently has some sort of connection to a Mother company called Digital Door, LLC. Digital Door, LLC is the same thing as the Prosper Everyday Company.
It appears that maybe the Digital Door name was the first idea and now it’s the Proper Everyday.
So the question should be: What the heck is Digital Door?
According to behindmlm, Seppinni launched the Everyone Prosper social network as a mlm opportunity in 2012.
Reportedly one site has a connection to a “Malibu Mastermind” product. I was able to find some product connected to the Money Now opportunity.
Needless to say, there seems to be a lot of mingling with a lot of different money making opportunities out there.
Prosper Everyday Review – Product
Prosper Everyday products consist of digital marketing products and digital marketing courses. On all the sites I found Prosper Everyday, these products were consistent.
Here is a list of what is offered by Prosper Everyday:
- $100 Money Now Course – Shows you ways to make lots of money online
- $500 “Purpose, Passion and Profits” – More online Marketing Training
- $2500 Membership Millions – How to grow a membership site
- $5000 Video Marketing Mastery – Three day course on video marketing
- $12,000 Multi Millionaire Mastery – Three day course on how to grow and sell your business.
There is a weird reference to something called Malibu Mastermind and it doesn’t quite mesh with the Proper Everday logo/opportunity.
It’s kind of reminds me of those website you go on that copy and paste someone else’s work (basically using it to rank) and then it offers a tiny bit of credit to the site’s they stole from.
The educational materials for Prosper Everyday were not stolen though. They are just recycled products from a past opportunity.
It looks like they are trying to rebrand the lessons and opportunities. (Obviously not doing a very good job if they still have the Malibu Mastermind logo still popping up as reminders of the past.
Prosper Everyday Compensation Plan
In order to earn money as a Prosper Everyday consultant or affiliate, you have to pay a $39.00 yearly affiliate fee to start. (Uh Oh…did you read my post about mlm products recently? I think membership fees throws up a red flag, don’t you?)
Before I get into the details of the Prosper Everyday Comp Plan, check out this super gimmicky video I found:
Ok..now on to the Compensation Plan for Prosper Everyday….
First off, Let me get something off of my back.
The Prosper Everyday Compensation Plan video calls this as “Forrest Gump Simple Process”.
- You refer ONE person to Proper Everyday. This will then open up your pockets to a huge downline opportunity. Apparently you then are eligible for “community sales that you have nothing to do with”. Wow…that sounds so easy….! Apparently after that ONE, “the company” puts tons of sales under you. This takes a $100 purchase and makes it into $500 commission. Hmmmmmm.
The lead product, “Money Now” is sold to $100 but has been selling online for $995.
How in the World does that happen?
How do you make money with Prosper Everyday?
First of all, you should learn their “Pep Process” that they will teach you. (This is straight from Prosper Everyday)
PEP = Prosper Everyday Process – How to get credit for sales made by the “community”.
Step 1: You join as an affiliate for $39/year
- This comes with:
- Prosper Everyday Marketing Website
- Presentation Videos
- Follow Up Emails
- Much More??
Step 3: Refer one person to buy your $100 money now system (that you have bought too) and they do the same things as you.
That’s it. That’s the “PEP process”.
Once you make our first sale, the next 10 sales in the Prosper Everyday Community get placed directly below you in a staight line.
You then get credit for them.
(Not sure how this works when multiple people will likely be reaching the same ranks within this program at the same time since it’s so “EASY”.
After there are 10 sales below you, you are opened to receive what they call the Three P’s (Purpose, Passion, Profit” (it’s the $500 system listed above)
- You doing the PEP process.
- You getting the $500 3p program for FREE
- One of your recruits reaches the 3P Level
- You get $500
HUH? Is this starting to look like all of the attention is on promoting people into the opportunity?
Uhm..Yes. BIG. FAT. YES.
But, lets keep learning…
The NEXT step in the Prosper Everyday Comp Plan is called the Power Profit Comp Plan Structure. The example they give is where your one recruit refers SIX more people all who reach the 3p level.
Your recruits keep the 1st, 3rd and 5th commissions while you earn $500 on their 2nd, 4th and 6th referrals. (This SCREAMS Empower Network iPAS2 to me)
Even more crazy is that you also receive the 2,4,6 commissions on the second, fourth and sixth person our recruit’s recruits bring in.
IT’s at this point, I’m sure, in the Prosper Everyday video that the presenter then goes on to show an exponential amount of money you can earn just by putting $100 in as a Prosper Everyday Member.
After the 246 pattern has reached person 6, you then earn in what they call a 4+1 pattern where you earn from the next 4 people and then the 5th is passed up to you upline. This repeats over and over again. (and this is where the $500 comes from that you earn)
Prosper Everyday Review – Retail Commissions
A 50% retail commission is paid out on the sale of Prosper Everyday products to retail customers (non-affiliates).
Prosper Everyday – Scam or Legit Opportunity?
If you’re not sure what constitutes a mlm scam, then please read my mlm program review from the other day that spells out what mlm scams are.
The major red flag here is that Prosper Everyday (Money Now or whatever it’s called) relies heavily on recruiting. Even though it relies on just recruiting one person, it’s still a huge push in all the propaganda I viewed.
The products themselves are digital products and I can’t help but think of how much this sounds like the Empower Network digital products.
In addition to the huge push for people to join the mlm opportunity here, the products themselves seems severely overpriced.
I get it. $100 for some upfront internet advice and knowledge is not so bad, but $12,000 for some of the other products? Isn’t that what people pay for Associate’s degrees and what not?
In addition to my side eye to this opportunity, I absolutely hate pass up commissions.
Because what if you get the short crappy end of the stick and all of your pass ups are the people that buy the huge priced items.
Ugh. It sucks to even think about.
I can’t imagine people making huge money off of this, but people always want to make money (just think about how much the lottery makes) and anything easy is an easy sell.
All that being said, I’m very curious of the legality of this business opportunity (not sure you can call it an actual business though) and if any of you out there have an opinion, please share because inquiring minds want to know.
The other thing I’m interested in comparing is how similar this is to Empower Network who also sells digital education products to make money.
Do you have Opinions or Facts regarding these two money making outlets?
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