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Wealthy Affiliate Is A Fraud Or A Real Fraud ?
I had a huge personal issue with Wealthy Affiliate. Your TOTAL stick is to review competitive Wealthy Affiliate Programs and ALWAYS recommends the Wealthy Affiliate Programs - regardless of whether the competitive item is better or not. So, essentially, you are NOT going to read real critiques intended to help and train the readers, but "stealthy wealthy affiliate promotions" intended to draw your focus away from that mentioned item and onto the Wealthy Affiliate Programme so that the affiliate can instead receive his montly returning commission.
As you can see, most if not all wealthy affiliate members do not really have acces to the items they rate. Instead, what they do is just Google other ratings to see what others say about it. The thing is that Google is completely flooded with these counterfeit Wealthy Affiliate ratings, and as I said, the overwhelming majority of these ratings had no way of accessing the items they are reviewing, so the information in them is either frantically wrong or spreads instantly.
What is the end outcome? The review in issue ends with even less accurate information than the assessments they research. This is an eternal circle, just think about it... So as longer the period of the information goes by, the more false Wealthy Affiliate ratings appear. They ALWAYS suggest the Wealthy Affiliate Programme - regardless of whether the particular item is really better or not.
They are ALL from wealthy affiliate members, and they are all committed to the EXACTLY SAME DAY as the folks who are writing these bogus ratings. They see what they are doing is posting their ratings in the Wealthy Affiliate member's area, and all members begin to comment on the rating. You do this because it will add more credence to your ratings and they also believe it will help with their Google ranking - so you see whey Google flooded with these bogus ratings.
But, yes, it's essentially a beehive spirit in there since they've all been indoctrinated into the wealthy affiliate mentality. I' m going into the details of these faked critiques and back everything up with sound evidence. It' s a good idea to read it - especially if you're new to on-line recruiting or want to buy an on-line recruiting course, as it tells you about the extreme anti-ethical recruiting practices these wealthy affiliate members use to earn a livelihood on-line.
Everyone Wealth Formula 2. 0 Review Warning - Scams & Lies Caution..... I' ve had a bunch of wealthy affiliate members attacking me with just this contribution, which I really think is funny. You say that I am giving out counterfeit information (which I am not and I am proving this in my post), but they don't see anything false in posting ratings for items they never had acces to.
By the end of the daily, most, if not all, wealthy affiliate members are earning their moneys. So, if posting counterfeit ratings for a product you didn't have permission to buy doesn't make your ship swim, then being a Wealthy Affiliate is not the right thing to do.