Are you looking for one business that will be able to earn from multiple streams of income? Then look no further than 1OnlineBusiness. 1OnlineBusiness offers you three ways to earn money online through becoming a member of the site.
Unlike other sites that just offer you the matrix system to earn money, 1OnlineBusiness offers you the opportunity to invest in the company and earn a return on your investment. Plus you can also earn money by completing certain tasks set up in the member’s area.
1OnlineBusiness really does seem to be the all in one stop for earning an income online. But does it live up to all the hype that surrounds it?
What Is 1OnlineBusiness?
When looking at the website you may notice that there isn't very much information on who runs the site. According to Who.is, the site was registered July 12, 2016, to a private owner. However, when you take a glance at the bottom of the main page you will see that your sponsor for signing up is Jeff Long.
If you were to look into who Jeff Long is, you will come to find that he has dabbled in ways to make money online for some time. In fact, he first got started back in 2011 with a company called AutoXTen. When that failed he tried SMS Dailies. After a few short months of SMS Dailies collapsing, he took a break from MLM.
It wasn't until 2015 with the new launch of Get Paid Social did Jeff Long come back around. However, even Get Paid Social has had some trouble staying afloat which might be why Jeff Long has come out with 1OnlineBusiness. He has combined what he has learned over the years to create this site.
While he may not officially be listed as the owner of the site, it is clear through his social media accounts that he vigorously promotes 1OnlineBusiness.
1OnlineBusiness doesn't offer any products. There is, of course, the opportunity to promote the membership, but that is as far as ‘products' go.
As stated before, 1OnlineBusiness offers its members three ways to earn money.
The first and most simple way is through completing tasks that are available through the site. These tasks are easy to complete and range from $0.03 to $0.25 per task. In order to cash out though, one must reach a minimum of $5.
From there the $5 is divided up among the upline, the sponsor, and the affiliate who completed the task. $3 goes to the affiliate, $1 goes to the sponsor, and the last $1 goes to the upline.
The second way to earn money is through investing anywhere from $25 to $250 into the company. From there, investors are told they can earn anywhere from $100 to $2,000 depending on how much they invested.
The third way is by joining the 2×1 matrix cycler. To start an affiliate must pay $2 in the “Associate Stage” and can earn $1 commission once they recruit two people under them.
The second cycler is the “Gratitude Stage” which costs $25. An affiliate then has the potential to earn $15 commission for every recruit signed up under them. Finally, you can sign up in the “AssociateX Stage” which costs $250 per year. Affiliates that are in this group have the potential to earn $500 commission.
It would seem that 1OnlineBusiness is set up for success with all the different ways you can earn. However, you have to know that this site is set up to serve Jeff Long. You will notice that money will always flow up the line and never down. So be careful if you are planning on signing up.
A major red flag that isn't seen right away is the cost for joining 1OnlineBusiness. The site states that anyone can join for free, but if you want to make money you are going to have to spend it too. The cost for the matrix is cloaked. Once you sign up for the system you will then come to realize that the “Associate Stage” will cost you $5 for one day to join.
If you want to stay longer in the system it will cost you more. You can pay $8 for a three-day pass, $17 for a week pass, $30 for two weeks, or $62 for a month. With those hidden fees it seems difficult to break even.
Plus, when you are looking at completing tasks, you will have to fork over some of your earnings to your upline. The fact that there is no guarantee when or if the tasks will be available is another red flag, but not a major one.
If you are interested in joining 1OnlineBusiness, just be careful of all the hidden fees that go along with signing up. Just because everything says it is in the form of United States dollars; understand you are dealing with Bitcoins.
You also need to realize that the whole system is based on affiliates recruiting new members and having those members pay into the site. Once the recruitment dies down, so will the site. So just be careful.