What is Wealthy Agency? Scam or Legit? [Review]

Wealthy Agency Review

Thanks for checking out my Wealthy Agency review!

I already know you’re someone who’s very smart because you’re doing research before whipping out your credit card and buying into this product. It’s always good to check first because there are some tricky people out there promising you big things and then not delivering.

I’ve been scammed in the past, so I understand how it all works. That’s why I do these reviews now because I want you to be aware of what’s going on before you give up your hard-earned money.

Is this product different? What exactly is Wealth Agency? Is actually legit, or is it a scam like many of the others? I’m going to help you answer those questions in this Wealth Agency review.

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Here are the areas we’ll explore in this Wealthy Agency review.

  • What is Wealthy Agency?
  • How Does Wealthy Agency Work?
  • Is Wealthy Agency a Scam or Legit?
  • Build A Website That Makes Residual Income
  • Wealthy Affiliate Versus Wealthy Agency

What is Wealthy Agency?

Product: Wealthy Agency
Cost: $29
Owner(s): Jamie Lewis (A real, live person!)

Right from the start, Wealthy Agency claims to be able to help you turn your internet business into a “six figure a month dynasty.”

Turn your internet business into a six figure dynasty

I’m sure you could make six figures a month working online eventually, but this is not something that’s going to happen overnight. It’s going to take quite a bit of time.

Jamie Lewis is our spokesperson and the creator of this product. He says we can make income similar to his, which looks like this:

The income you can get from Wealthy Agency seems really high.

What Jamie’s not telling you is that he likely makes the majority of his money from launching products such as Wealthy Agency and Profit Injector. (That’s why most – if not all – of the income reports you see on these product videos are so big. It’s because of product launches, not because the product actually works! Just keep that in mind.)

Jamie says that with this system, we don’t have to wait for payments. We can get paid immediately.

He goes on to talk about how we’ll be able to live in the lap of luxury. We can even have our own private chefs and butlers! lol!

Jamie says that with Wealth Agency, there’s no MLM and no product to sell. Instead, it uses a business model that he calls a virtual service.

All you need to do is post ads for virtual services.

Jamie goes on to give us a little more hype. He says the only downside to this is that you’ll have to pay more taxes and perhaps sign a prenup. Rolling my eyes over here. Jamie is a likable guy, but he’s a little over the top with these statements.

He doesn’t really tell us exactly what we’ll be doing with Weathy Agency. He gave us some clues though. Let’s discuss.

How Does Wealthy Agency Work?

From the sales video, Jamie says that all we’ll need to do is post ads for virtual services.

Virtual services might include scheduling posts for social media, writing a blog post, doing internet research, writing emails, writing product descriptions and any other of the myriad of small tasks that need to be done by companies and can be done by someone virtually.

Once you pay $29, you’ll have access to a member’s area in Wealhy Agency. Here, you’ll get some step by step training videos that will tell you how to find people who need work done for them.

He’ll also teach you how to attract these people by posting ads for your services.

What’s interesting is that Jamie suggests finding the work, and then outsourcing that work off to another freelancer.

So it would go like this:

  • You post an ad saying you can write a marketing email (for instance)
  • A client contacts you and you decide on a fair price
  • You then hire a freelancer to do the work for you and you pay them a little lower than the price the client will pay you
  • You pocket the profits

This is exactly like another program I reviewed called Rockstar Money Makers. They have the same concept, and I think it’s an interesting one. It reminds me of what Timothy Ferris suggests doing in his book The 4-Hour Workweek.

The difference between what Jamie tells us and what the ladies of Rockstar Money Makers told us is that Jamie implies we can easily make $100,000 a month doing this, and the ladies told us it would take a lot of hard work and time.

Which one do you think is more accurate?

Is Wealthy Agency a Scam or Legit?

Thumbs DownI certainly don’t think Wealthy Agency is a scam. I actually think it’s a good concept that could work. And you also get step-by-step training videos for your money.

I don’t recommend it though because it’s not going to be as easy to make $100,000 a month like Jamie says. I honestly am not sure that you can make $1000 a month doing this. And I’ll tell you why in a minute.

Wealthy Agency Pros

  • Step by step training videos
  • Inexpensive
  • 60-day money-back guarantee if it doesn’t work out for you
  • Interesting concept that could definitely work

Wealthy Agency Cons

  • You’re going to get hit with some upsells after you purchase this product
  • Since you’ll be posting ads for your services, that will cost you additional money
  • Why would someone hire you if you don’t have experience or a reputation of delivering on your work?
  • What if you outsource to someone who doesn’t do a good job? Will you then have to hire someone else? There goes your profits!
  • What if your client has changes and you need to outsource those changes? There goes your profits again!

While I do think this could work, I think it’s going to be a lot harder than Jamie is suggesting. You need to think about this from the perspective of the company hiring out work. WHY will they hire you in the first place?

You’ll need to build up a reputation for yourself that you deliver and you do a good job. This will take time.

And what about those ads you have to post to in order for people to see that you even offer these services? Ads aren’t free, and in fact, they can be quite costly.

I think you’re almost better off going to Fiverr.com or Upwork.com and just doing some gigs yourself. At least until you can get used to how it all works, and then maybe you can hand it off to someone else.

Or, You Can Make Money Online THIS Way

Listen, I understand the appeal of being able to make money online quickly and easily without spending a lot of time or money.

The problem is, it just doesn’t work that way.

And I think you know that. Anything that’s worth it takes time and effort. That’s just how it is!

But if you can accept that, then I want to talk to you about my favorite way to make money online. It’s through blogging (like this very site) and affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing is my favorite way to make money because:

  • You get to work at your own pace
  • You’re your own boss
  • You can be around for your kids (or fur babies) whenever they need you
  • There’s no income limit
  • It’s creative, exciting and fun
  • You don’t deal with customer service issues at all

Affiliate marketing does take some work, but it sure beats sitting in a cube somewhere. (Or, even worse, traffic! Yuck!) (And even worse worse, sitting in traffic and THEN sitting in a cube. UGH. No thanks!)

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Do you have any questions or comments about Wealthy Agency? What do you think of the idea of getting virtual work from clients and then outsourcing to someone else? Is this a good idea, or are you asking for trouble doing that? Leave me your thoughts below!

10 thoughts on “What is Wealthy Agency? Scam or Legit? [Review]”

  1. Jamie Lewis has been around quite a while.  I remember buying products he launched about eight years ago. I see he still exaggerates quite a bit on the earnings side. Looking at Wealthy Agency, it just seems like a lot of ongoing work and begging for more work.

    I, like you, far prefer building a business from the bottom up and like to focus on affiliate marketing. With this business model, you do the work once and that work has the potential to pay you over and over again over time. This makes a lot more sense to me.

    • I’m guessing that Jamie DOES make that amount of money. But it doesn’t mean someone else will make it with his product. He’s making that because he launches products and gets people to buy into them. (OK, I’m just guessing here. But I do know that products make marketers lots of money.) 

      It’s not that I’m against that. I think it’s great to launch a product and make money from it. But 1. make sure the product has a lot of value. And 2. Be realistic about what the person buying it can accomplish with it! 

      Yes, I love affiliate marketing exactly because of what you said. You plant the seeds now (build a website and write content) and reap the rewards later (make money over and over again). It’s a nice way to do business. 

  2. Christina I will Agree with so much although wealthy agency is not a scam there is no way you can make 100k in amount just by joining them to day for that kind money you to work for months if not years hit that secondly is although they are not a scam any thing with upsell or down sells does not go well because someone is looking for way to make himself very rich while you rot in poverty. Lastly  there are better ways to make money than wealthy agency for example is Wealthy affiliate this one place I know for sure without doubt that is the best.

    • Great points, Charles! I agree that while Wealthy Agency may not be a scam, I feel that it’s best for Jamie Lewis who will be making money from selling this program. I’m not saying you can’t learn a thing or two from Jamie. He seems like a smart guy. 

      I actually bought Profit Injector to check it out and it was decent. There were some interesting ideas there. But there’s just no way that you’re going to make $100k a month doing this. I don’t understand how even Jamie thinks this is possible. 

      I’m glad you are enjoying the benefits of Wealthy Affiliate. It’s my #1 recommendation for a reason!

  3. Thanks for the review, Christina! My eyes were rolling also at the downsides being higher taxes and needing a prenup. LOL 

    I agree with you, Wealthy Agency might be legit and you can probably learn some valuable skills by joining and going through the training but it definitely does not fit the hype. I sure hope that anyone thinking of joining Wealthy Agency because they think they are going to be rich reads your post first and realizes that just won’t be the case. Unless you already have the experience and reputation, it will be very difficult to find someone to hire you at a high enough price that you would be able to outsource your work to someone else for any kind of real profit.

    I’m ready The 4-Hour Workweek right now. Very interesting! I can’t wait to put some of the tips to work! Not so sure about the laying down on the floor in the middle of a cafe or anything but hey, we have to break out of our comfort zone somehow. 🙂 Hope we both can join the NR soon!

    • I have to go back and re-read The 4-Hour Workweek. I haven’t read that one in many years. I don’t remember the whole laying-down-on-the-floor-in-the-middle-of-a-cafe thing, but now I wish I did! ha! It sounds hilarious. Definitely a “great” way to break out of your comfort zone. 

      Thanks for your thoughts on my Wealthy Agency review. 

  4. Thank you, Christina, for the review on Wealthy Agency. I personally have not, yet, heard of them but the concept they do offer, it certainly looks interesting. I can see why it is easy to sign up and try it out.

    However, not reading your article and coming along to this site, it wouldn’t have caught my eye.

    I was burnt a couple times very bad and, now many years ago, it took me such a long time to trust Wealthy Affiliate and move my Free membership to the Premium membership. 

    I am happy where I am now. Nevertheless, I am still trying to keep up and to have a lookout for scams or almost scams, depends on how you see it, so I can refer my readers to the reviews, like yours, so they can make up their own minds.

    It is, in my opinion, very important to seek these sites out and put them under scrutiny for everyone sakes.

    Thanks for sharing, appreciated.

    • Thanks for your thoughts, Sylvia! I really don’t think Wealthy Agency is a scam, as I mentioned. But, it’s scammy to try to convince people that they’ll be able to make $100,000 doing this. I know that Jamie knows this, but he has to sell, sell, sell. 

      I don’t blame you for being cautious. I have been scammed too. It’s definitely no fun and something I’m trying to help others avoid. 

  5. I always find it ridiculous when these people make such incredible wealth claims and promise that it takes very little effort. I had not heard of Wealthy Agency before this review, however it seems like many of the others out there. Big claims, free start-up, and success coming with the up-sells. 

    I also see the additional trouble with outsourcing your work because if that person doesn’t do a good job, you not only have to hire someone else, but I would think your reputation would suffer as well! 

    I recently got into affiliate marketing, as you suggested, and I’m so glad I did. It’s certainly been more realistic than so many other “opportunities” out there. 

    Thanks so much for this review and for helping people steer clear of this kind of pitfall!

    • You mentioned the thing I most have an issue with with this kind of model. What if the person you outsource your work to isn’t very good? That would really make me nervous because then you’re going to either:

      1. hire someone else to do the job
      2. Have an unhappy client
      3. (likely both)

      Maybe there are ways around this that I’m not thinking of, but it seems like more trouble than it’s worth. 


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