Is Wealth Academy a Scam? Can You Make $8,000 Per Day from Home?

Wealth Academy Review
My mysterious friend “Martin” from Kindle Sniper is back! He’s already left me some fun mail in my inbox. This is the first one that I received, and you can see he’s already up to his old tricks again. Look at this gem.

Email Message from Martin
I received a “private” message and of course I had to click the link to check my inbox. What inbox exactly did he send this private message to anyway? You gotta love these tactics! That link just clicks to another one of Martin’s money-making programs.

OK, Martin. I’m game. I love reviewing your products. They’re fun. And funny. Is Wealth Academy a scam? Maybe Martin’s turned his life around and is making better choices now. Let’s see in this Wealth Academy review.

Before even clicking to watch the video, this is what you see. We’re already off to a bad start.

Wealth Academy Review

After watching the video, I learned this product is actually from someone named Richard. I guess Kindle Sniper wasn’t actually making enough for Martin. He’s trying to promote other products too.

This is another typical sales video. You get all the usual hype, like:

  • You don’t need any previous online experience
  • It takes 5 minutes to get set up
  • You can make up to $8000 per day
  • You can make life-changing income, even while you sleep!
  • You can easily access hungry customers
  • This is brand new lucrative income
  • How many foreign trips you want to take and cars you want to buy is up to you
  • You’ll create your own personal ATM machine
  • You only need 2 hours a day
  • You don’t need a website, it’s all handled for you

Richard takes us through his whole sob story about losing his job and then runs into someone named “Mike” who gave him an action plan. And guess what? A sale the first day! In fact, more and more sales came that same day! All he had to do was follow some simple steps. The sales came in like magic!

And now, he only works 1-2 hours a day and makes $5000 a day! He either drives a Mercedes or a Ferrari, depending on what he feels like that day.

Doesn’t this sound perfect?

He asked around and people said he should charge $6000 for this system, but he’s only going to charge $24.95. This small investment will allow you wake up when you want and just check sales from the night before. And only in 2 hours a day at your computer.

I think that was a good synopsis of the video, but if you’d like to see it all for yourself, have at it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=_rRAii23Nhc

You know what the video didn’t say? What the Wealth Academy is or what you’ll be doing to make money. It just mentions using affiliate marketing and Amazon. Hmmm… You just have to trust that it’s good and it works. I have a feeling that’s not the case, so let’s dig a little deeper.

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Here are the areas we’ll explore in this Wealth Academy review.

  • What is Wealth Academy?
  • How Does Wealth Academy Actually Work?
  • Is Wealth Academy a Scam or Legit?
  • A Better Path – Get Started the RIGHT Way
  • Let’s Recap

What is Wealth Academy?

Product: Wealth Academy
Cost: $24.95 one-time payment
Owner(s): Richard Someone. He doesn’t say his last name. Not good, Richard. Not good.
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Wealth Academy is a training site that gives you a free website (exceeeeeppppt… you’ll have to pay for a domain name and hosting, which can run you an additional $150ish.) and then teaches you how to sign up as an Amazon Associate, pick hot products and then market them.

You’ll be shown how to market these products via various Social Media sites (Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, etc.)

The price is pretty low, so that’s a positive. But is it even worth that much? Let’s see…


How Does Wealth Academy Actually Work?

Well, for your $24.95 you will get a decent amount of training. You’ll learn how to set up your Amazon account and you’ll get training on marketing those products through the various social media sites as stated above.

However, from the research that I did, it seems that their training is outdated and possibly even reused from a previous product. That’s one the of the issues with these one-and-done products. The training just isn’t up-to-date.

There’s not much else to say about this one and how it works. But let’s see if it’s worth spending your hard-earned money on it.


Is Wealth Academy a Scam or Legit?

Thumbs DownI wouldn’t exactly call Wealth Academy a scam. You will get some training for your money. But I definitely, definitely, definitely would not recommend it.

First of all, you can already tell by the sales pitch that everything is completely overstated. You’re not going to make a bunch of sales your first day. In fact, I can almost guarantee that you won’t make 1 sale your first day, unless you happen to sell something to your mom.

The only way to make a lot of sales is to have a lot of traffic. You can’t just go around posting things to social media and expect the sales to come rolling in. It just doesn’t work that way.

It takes time for people to trust you to buy something from you. You have to give them something of value first.

I signed up to their affiliate program just to see what it’s like. And I can tell you that if the way they train people to make money is as bad as their promotional emails, then whoever buys this program is in real trouble.

Usually when you sign up for an affiliate program, you get different banners and images you can use. Sometimes you get sales videos. And yes, sometimes you get email templates. But Wealth Academy only provides email templates, and they’re all super shady. One is shadier than the next. Here’s an example so you can see for yourself:

Wealth Academy email promo

 

They expect you to send this out to people and the sales will just “show up like magic”, just like they say in their crappy sales pitch. Who in their right mind would click on this? This would go right into my spam folder.

This shows you what you’re dealing with here. These guys are all about pocketing money and not actually about helping people succeed in online marketing.

This really frustrates me because it makes ALL of us affiliate marketers look bad and untrustworthy. I’m glad i started reviewing these products because I need to help clear the names of us good marketers out there. We’re not all bad! Some of us DO really want to help people find a better path.


A Better Path – Get Started the RIGHT Way

Wealth Academy promotes affiliate marketing via Amazon as a way to make money online. And it IS a way to make money online. It can be a very good way to make money online. The thing is, you need more than just some training on how to post things to social media.

You need to know how to set yourself up for success, right from the start. You have to know how to bring in the right traffic. In fact, it looks like what they teach you is how to chase sales. No one likes to do that. No one. You will give up if you try to chase sales.

Instead, if you get yourself set up the RIGHT way, the sales will come to you. This is much more satisfying, much more rewarding and a much easier way to make sales.

It takes time though. You’re not going to make $8000 in a night right away. But get yourself set up with the proper training, put in the effort, and you can grow your income more and more. As much as you want really, depending on the time and effort you put into it.

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Let’s Recap

Wealth Academy is just another program set up to take your money and not give you much value. They try to prey on your feelings of being able to “wake up when you want and check all the sales that came in last night”, “work only 2 hours a day for all this money” and “drive a Ferrari and take fancy vacations as much as you want!”

I’m not saying that stuff isn’t possible – eventually. But you’ll need to learn the whole affiliate marketing system, learn how to attract people to you, learn how to write helpful posts and a whole host of other things. Is learning all of this work? Yup! Is it fun work? Hell yea!

So forget about trying to make money really fast. Instead, embrace the challenge of learning new skills and setting yourself up for long-term success. Please don’t waste any more time or money on these training programs that will lead you right back to square 1. I know that’s what will happen because it’s happened to me before. More times than I wish to remember.

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Questions or comments about Wealth Academy? Leave them in the comments section below.

8 thoughts on “Is Wealth Academy a Scam? Can You Make $8,000 Per Day from Home?”

  1. Hi Christina that is an awesome review. I will not even go near Wealth Academy after reading that. Sounds pretty disgusting. I love taking a look at ways to make money. But It feels bad when you put your time and money into something and it turns out to be some outdated trash to get your money. 

    Thanks for saving me some time and money. I guess people like him understand that there are so many people who will pay to see what is behind the door. It is great when people like yourself go behind the door to tell us exactly what to expect. 

    I really enjoyed reading your article. It was fun and informative 

    Reply
    • Thanks so much for stopping by, Ceddy. I think you’re right about that “behind the door” thing. People’s curiosity gets the best of them and they plunk down that money. I get it. I’ve totally been there. I’ve purchased some things I wished I hadn’t. And honestly, I purchased some things that were pretty good. 

      I wish these guys were just a little more forthcoming about what their products are. I know they might not get as many sales, but the ones they get will be more satisfied. Or, if they don’t want to say what the product is because it’s so bad, then they need to do some deep meditation, reflect and then make a better damn product! 

      Anyway, I’m glad to help people sift through the weeds. I know there are others doing the same. Hopefully we will unite as one strong front and educate the masses. 

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  2. I feel like anyone promoting anything that you can make money immediately is a lie. Why not just be honest with people and give them straight facts rather then trying to sell them a dream?

    I think that these kind of programs are dishonest and those people could have found that information somewhere else for free. I think it is way more realistic to build a business part time that takes years to make $8,000. Than saying you could make it in the first week.

    Thanks for shedding some light on programs like this that lie to people even if it is not a scam.

    Reply
    • Thanks, Wesley and I totally agree. And what’s the big deal if it takes a few years to be able to make $8000 a month? Wouldn’t it still be worth it? I guess people don’t have that mindset. Everyone wants everything now, now, now. 

      But it’s not a good mindset because you always end up right back at the beginning with even less money in your pocket. 

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  3. Thanks Christina for enlightening us on Wealth Academy.  Its also amazing how some people will also try to play off a name that does it right.  Sounds like you understood the old adage, if its too good to be true, then it is too good to be true.  I also like the clever way Wealth Academy uses words like “up to”.  

    It seems these kind of sites are more frequently popping up.  

    Do you see advertisers becoming more stringent and taking longer to sign up with affiliates until they are well proven?  I would think a reputable advertiser would want to avoid attaching their name with any perceived scammer?

    Reply
    • As much as I wish “if it sounds too good to be true, it probable is” wasn’t correct, it usually is. Hey, I’m right there with people that these guys are marketing to. I want to make thousands in my first week! I want it to be push-button and only take a few minutes a day. But unfortunately, it just doesn’t happen that way. 

      So far, I haven’t seen advertisers being more stringent with this types of programs. Although, so far these are all on ClickBank, so perhaps other affiliate companies are a bit more stringent. 

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  4. This sounds like another scam trying to steal people’s hard-earned money. You have highlighted so many usual hypes to watch out for. It’s sad that there are scammers out that are preying on people’s emotion to get them to pull out their credit cards. I don’t understand how these people sleep at night. I found your review to be very helpful. I am glad you are writing this review to help others from falling into these types of get rich quick schemes. Wealthy academy is definitely something people need to stay away. Keep up with the great work. Thank you for sharing. 

    Reply
    • Thanks, Hong! I completely understand how people get sucked into these. I was once there too. So I’m trying to help them learn from my mistakes. These programs aren’t going to give you long-term success. Isn’t that what we all want? 

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