If you’re into a money making niche or searching for a product to promote or it can be any program that you’d like to participate. At this juncture, you’d probably come across some elite bloggers and affiliates in the form of reviews. Didn’t you! I’m going to drop some details of top 10 scam Bloggers that systematically scam YOU for their vested interest.
Affiliate marketers and bloggers are so active these days online. You could find them almost on every product you search for a review. Some bloggers are really bad people because their goal is to only redirect you to their offer instead of giving you a solution to your problem.
I know pretty much I’ll run into trouble if they see this blog post. Come what may! This is my opinion and no way I’ve some sort of grudge against them. If these bloggers will want to continue writing negative reviews on almost every product then this is something very unacceptable and a serious concern for everyone.
Do all products have made of 100% guaranteed satisfaction! I do think even Apple products have some cons in it.
What is Blogging!
Blogging is nothing but social networking service or it can be categorised as a service provider. Some write articles on their blogs and build social relations with their readers. Some bloggers are selective in particular topics, many cover a wide range of topics, ranging from product reviews from politics to sports.
How Bloggers Make Money!
Bloggers make money in so many different ways. They make money from third-party ads by placing on their blog. Some rent out their blog space for someone to come – advertisers. One of the popular ad networks is Adsense.
Some bloggers promote their own products, many will write reviews on selected offers to provide a solution for the audience. Within this group, there are some bad bloggers just publish product reviews for the sake of driving traffic and then redirect readers cunningly to their affiliate programs.
You probably ask at this point of time like why I’m here and what I’m reading now.
Well, there is a connection to it. I personally know many bloggers are just content sharers that do not even make money with their blogs. On the other hand, there are bloggers who create a blog only to earn money by promoting affiliate programs. Nothing wrong in doing it but it shouldn’t be biased or tricked anyway.
The bad news is not all bloggers are legit. I see so many elite bloggers in the work at home niche do exactly what they suppose not to do. I call them as scammers because I can see their intention is so evident when I read their blog – product reviews. It’s so sham in my view.
That’s why I came up with this article/post to enlighten you so you can make a better decision not believing those biased or scam-based reviews. They’re just troublemakers rather than being a problem solver.
What Is a Scam Actually!
A confidence trick is an attempt to defraud a person or group after first gaining their confidence, used in the classical sense of trust. Confidence tricks exploit characteristics of the human psyche, such as credulity, naivete, compassion, vanity, irresponsibility, and greed. Wikipedia
Who are those scam bloggers that will trick you!
I am talking about Wealthy Affiliate affiliates. These folks going rampant against almost all products they publish on their blog. You see some top-ranked affiliate marketing blogs in the money making niche have tons of product reviews. They have a professional theme, attractive promos, neatly written content unlike me, and I love the way they interact with readers. But one thing that makes me sad is – biasing.
I wonder sometimes whether these folks writing for readers or for their own ulterior motive. I agree that everyone out there to make money. I am not an exception to that. But there should be an option for everything. I shall not say all products are scams and finally give you some lame excuses telling only my system will work for online success. This approach I don’t like it.
People love choices. Some like MLM program, Some like JVzoo or Clickbank products, some like learning, some even like marketing tool that they want to promote and use them as well. When readers or product buyers go out in hope of finding a review of a particular product in Google/search engines, these scammers will be standing at the door welcoming you as if they’re going to provide a solution for your search. Once you hit the product review pages, you’ll be taken into some basic information about the product as if they going to provide a solution.
When you go along the way their intention is pretty clear. The same old story that unfolds. This is called Wealthy affiliate strategy. I am not saying Wealthy affiliate is a bad product/service provider but it has so many flaws because I am a member too. I know not every product you see made with perfect. No matter what!
Wealthy affiliates use dirty tactics in all possible manner, their blog content doesn’t help instead will put you in some sort of confusion like whether or not to go for your selected product/program.
It’s so simple, these scammers just write reviews on bunch products, then god-like praise to their own programs that inherently sells the wealthy affiliate membership. These scam bloggers who have actually made 100s of dollars promoting WA via their blog. Honestly, nobody tells you how they made money with it. But it’s all from WA affiliate program – by promoting it.
I can sense you what would be your next question!…
Who are those bloggers that follow these dirty marketing tactics! That just right below…
Please keep in mind that I selected one program from each of these bloggers so to find out how they write biased reviews. Their blog posts were mostly biased toward other products. I won’t be able to put everything in one place. Hope this short review helps you.
10 Successful Bloggers Systematically Scam You
Barenakedscam.com – Blog – Founder – Jack
Jack is a sole owner of Barenakedscam blog. He talks about biased reviews that many bloggers write only for the purpose of selling their products. Now, he talks about the NWC MLM program – saying, NWC require a monthly fee and by not signing up you can save a lot of money.
Now, he talks about his concern in one of his blog post. (Only a portion shared here)
But People Are Having Success With It. Yes, I know a lot of people are flashing you with their money, cars, houses and stuff earned through MLM, but it does not mean that the system is not a scam. Remember that the big scams you see in the news or hear about involve a ton of money being made by those who are in the scheme.
So he says, MLM is bad so join Wealthy affiliate to make money. The bad news is not everyone is making money with Wealthy affiliate membership.
Stealthsecrets.com – Blog – Founder – Frank
He’s another blogger that found some negative aspect of NWC. He researched NWC -MLM and found BBB accredited business but not with the NWC official website (NWC has under the name of Multiple Systems, Inc.
I am not here to judge or recommend NWC anyway because I am not an affiliate to this but this guy found this record as a lack of transparency. In my opinion, at least NWC has some sort of connection to BBB.
If we take a look at the WA program itself, the company has not accredited with BBB. This guy rant about saying WA is the best work at home offer. I feel pity for him. Adding to that, he linked – Ripoff Report article.
Come on…Wealthy affiliate program also has so many negative reviews. What to say about it? Those who join WA find it difficult to cope up with the system. This army of bloggers just converts readers into paying Wealthy affiliate member.
To further validate his claim, he shows how he made money – $94 in 5 days creating a blog using WA platform. It looks like a brutal scam claim. You need at least a week or so to go through the entire platform.
Afterwards, domain registration, choosing a niche, SEO training, writing content and there is so much to it. This guy is just focusing people to push his own agenda.
Theopportunityscout.com – Blog – Founder – Amedu
Amedu is the person behind Stealthsecrets blog. I was going through some of his reviews and mostly I found biased and forced to believe his product will really work for anyone.
He goes on to claim that MLM – the Multi-Level-Marketing need of recruiter and need a lot of work, even when you put so much effort it will not off.
What a ridiculous claim is this! Do you think MLM programs never ever produced any top earners? Yes, the business model itself made in such a way that affiliates need to get another to keep going. This is well known to everybody.
Then finally he concludes his blog post saying….what! Please read the quote
If you want to learn how to build a lasting business around things you already love – a system that will work for you for 10, 20, 30 years and beyond, check out where I learned how to make money online. Create a free account and if you are still not convinced this is the right way, then I wish you all the best in your future endeavours.
If WA produces magic bill like income on autopilot, nobody would have thought of going for an alternative. Everything requires effort and investment, without it, success is not possible. Be it creating a website or MLM business.
Onemorecupof-coffee.com – Blog – Founder – Nathaniell
Nathaniell is a founder of Onemorecupof-coffee blog. He had reviewed one of the products that have some courses and video training on, “how to become a network marker and get success in MLM.
This guy has written on his blog that there are many courses available on YouTube that one can get it for free to learn how to become a network marker. He was right there! But the same training and SEO courses that he’s talking about – WA, can be found on Youtube too.
I can show you 1000s of videos on YouTube that one get free training and courses for no cost. Do WA offer everything! If not, he’s biased. At the end of his post, he has put a long info-graphic picture especially designed readers to join WA.
Webtrafficlounge.com – Founder – Nick Pratt
Nick Pratt is an owner of Webtrafficlounge.com. He is on the next list to talk about. He’s a dedicated affiliate marketer for Wealthy Affiliate. He wrote a review on NWC on various aspects, given some good information but finally gave his verdict saying NWC doesn’t have proper products. MLM business, in general, will have physical and digital products. No matter what! These folks accuse the company saying no quality products.
Do WA has anything new! Same platform, same story and same outdated SEO techniques and so on. I don’t really recommend WA to some extent because it doesn’t teach anything in relation to marketing. No PPC, Facebook ads or anything. WA is for people who want to make money by creating a website. There are so many missing links in the Wealthy affiliate platform. These folks rank higher in the search engines even for Wealthy Affiliate review. Hence, these biased bloggers only focus WA, and nothing else. PERIOD
Affiliateunguru.com – Founder – Tim Mckinlay
Tim is a good fault finder. Let me tell you how! He says NWC doesn’t provide members such as autoresponder. Yes, they don’t obviously. Most online products only provide an affiliate link to promote.
It’s people’s responsibility to purchase third party autoresponder and marketing tool to boost sales in their business.
One thing he forgot to mention in his article was just this…
WA doesn’t provide any email followup, inbuilt autoresponder or even a third party integration. Does it make sense paying $47 per month!
And then later on his post, he linked to WA membership… just like this below
Here’s how I went from $0 to $8k plus per month online.
Avoidonlinemarketingscams.com – Founder – Mike
This guy comparing All In One Profits against Wealthy Affiliate. All In One Profits is a marketing tool. You host your blog and create lead capture funnels and so forth. It also has an affiliate program for which you’ll get paid for every member join.
The cost for the system is $10 only. So you can not blame the product saying not the best product.
You get what you deserve for your $10 bucks. There are people promoting this system and earn 100% commission, include pass up sales. This is how this system was created.
Now you are talking about Wealthy affiliate which will cost around $50/mo against the product that needs only $10 per month. What a shame for you guys!
Smartaffiliatesuccess – Blog -Jerry Huang
Jerry Huang is good at writing a long post but what he makes people believe that only WA is legitimate in every aspect. For example, he wrote a product review – Builderall. It’s a marketing tool just like Clickfunnels. We all know what marketing tool can do. However, with Builderall you can get everything like Clickfunnels, included autoresponder for just $50 per month plus affiliate program.
Builderall allows you to create unlimited sales pages, lead capture pages, apps, blogs, membership websites and so forth without any restriction.
Now, not knowing that the affiliate program is included, he has written saying that one needs to pay extra $50 for the affiliate program. There are few comments that I read actually made people to believe his writing.
Read his content taken from his blog in his review:
if you’ve noticed, I haven’t talked about the “Builderall Business” package as shown in the pricing plan. This Builderall Business is the plan you need to purchase if you want to make money by promoting Builderall, like an affiliate program. However, this means that you need to pay an extra $50 per month just for you to promote Builderall and be eligible for commission. This is the “play-to-play” situation I’m talking about. You’re basically paying in order to be paid. Sounds wrong, right?
If you don’t want to participate in Builderall you can have the same tool for $9.99 or $29.99 per month. He also misleads people that builderall didn’t mention whether membership is for a one-time or monthly. This same guy also part of pseudo-marketing groups.
Hope you understood what these people are. I am not against these people. But I don’t like the way they treat the online community. People come to our blog only to learn something. Like I said earlier, people love choices.
I am promoting various products, perhaps that something to do with my personal choice. Recommending my product is not wrong but I can not say only my product can do wonder and make people rich.
Constructive criticism always welcome. Of-late what I see thousands of readers really fed-up with these type bloggers. Many souls know what they get as they go through further of their blog post.
Provide a solution, do not block people criticizing someway or the other to influence them to purchase your products. I repeat I am no way associated with NWC, Network Marketing courses and All In One Profits etc. Some programs work for many, many programs work for some. This is it.
National Wealthy Center is operating since 2008 and has thousands of members actively promoting this program. That’s the key point. I know some of the earners making well over $50,000 per month. They may be good at recruiting and it’s their choice. WA has a lot of cons that nobody talks about.
If you’re reading this post till this stage, I really appreciate you for taking the time to read my post. Kindly share this post if you’d like to expose these type of bloggers. Feel free to check unbiased reviews on the internet and take your action later. If that helps in some way, good for you.
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