Get Wealth Site
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Get Wealth Site Review
by David Harris
“Get Wealth Site”, by Tom Quach and found at getwealthsite.com, is actually a funneling site created to capture interest in Chris Campbell’s iPas.
The system that Get Wealth Site promotes, known as iPas, is an add-on tool used in promoting Empower Network, or EN.
EN is a multi-level marketing business venture we do not recommend here, as you can see in our review of them elsewhere on ScamXposer.com.
iPas, which stands for Internet Prospect Acceleration System, is basically Multi-Level Marketing when you get right down to it.
Get Wealth Site won’t teach you how to create an online business. It just directs you to iPas, which only shows you how to be an EN marketing affiliate.
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The big warning in joining Get Wealth Site is that you would ultimately be a multi-level marketer for Empower Network, and we do not advocate taking part in any MLM.
The iPas system engages in the kind of multi-level marketing which is to be regarded with suspicion.
The truth is that you only get commission on some of your sales. On some of your other sales, you make nothing.
Those commissions go straight up the line. Basically, you give away your 2nd, 4th, and 6th commissions, then every 5th after you first 6 sales.
This MLM model includes those in your own downline.
Get Wealth Site does nothing to help with affecting what sales your people will make and what you would make from those sales.
This means that if your #2 salesperson makes 6 sales you will not get any commissions. You will not earn from your #4th, 6th, and so on.
Incidentally, iPas is also a part of Prosperity Formula, the mentoring program that Get Wealth Site will try to upsell you into buying.
Get Wealth Site claims that you make thousands each week through their funnel to the iPas system without selling anything or having any skills or experience at all.
While maybe only some higher-ups are doing just that, the rest of the 98% of the Get Wealth Site members will not really make anything close to that.
There is so much inaccurate hype in Get Wealth Site’s video presentation that raises concerns.
Enough concerns to note and develop a mistrust of what the creators of Get Wealth Site promise.
For one, comparing Empower Network to Apple Inc is ridiculous. Apple sells products people want.
EN only sells useless IM products related to EN but more specifically more EN recruitment memberships.
With all the hype on aggressive sales schemes and deceptive marketing ploys giving you a bad feeling right from the first video sales pitch you see on Get Wealth Site, they are not starting on a good foot.
Don’t fall for the comments, which really are only directed towards EN, not Get Wealth Site or the iPas deal, further obfuscated through clever editing.
You never hear the product’s name anywhere in the comments.
What’s more is the fact that the 20 bucks to join Get Wealth Site does not stop there.
They will ‘recommend’, and I put it in quotes because they do more than recommend, that you buy the whole array of their products to make this thing work to earn commissions.
Your hope that you can at least break even on Get Wealth Site depends on just how good your downline would be.
That is called gambling, and for that reason you won’t want to risk it.
$5000 dollars later you will most likely shake your head in frustration and loss. Do not engage in business with Get Wealth Site.
We at ScamXposer do not recommend MLM products and it is no different with Get Wealth Site.
Thanks for reading the review…
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