Can you make a whopping $17,520 in your first week,
With the help of Wealth Project?
I must say, this biz opp is daring.
Not only does it promise a 5-figure claim in a short time.
James Robertson claims that anyone can see results in under 30 minutes,
And with only 21 clicks!
Seriously, what kind of a venture could do that?
To some people, it might look fascinating to try.
But let’s face it, the scheme is just too good to be true!
Can Wealth Project really turn you from first-timer to making money online,
To a wealthy first-class who splurges his wealth mindlessly,
All within a matter of weeks?
Will Wealth Project become yet another piece of collection,
To your ever growing dumpster full of crappy products?
Now, don’t go into making rash decisions with your money.
I’m gonna’ show you what Wealth Project is all about.
So you’ll see whether the biz opp is worth taking up or not.
Ready to find out the truth?
Name: Wealth Project
Founder: James Robertson…?
Price: $37 + Upsells
Verdict: Not Recommended
What Exactly Is Wealth Project?
As frustrating as it sounds, no one knows.
No one knows what Wealth Project is all about.
Because the sales video did not indicate what you’ll be doing.
James Robertson, the creator of Wealth Project, doesn’t want to give a hint.
To him, it’s a marketing strategy.
To try and get newbies to buy the product out of their curiosity.
By the way, the price tag is $37.
A justifiable enough cost.
After all, who doesn’t want to part with their $37…
If it means cashing a hefty $17,520 after 1 week?
And, who doesn’t want to sit on their couch,
To do work that only takes 21 clicks in a span of 30 minutes?
Unless, you start thinking down to earth.
And ask yourself:
“What kind of a scheme can make you big money with minimal effort?”
Again, no one knows!
James doesn’t want you to know what you’ll be doing.
He’s not transparent with his product.
And it’s “sign” that you should be cautious with Wealth Project all along.
But don’t worry, I got your back.
Shall we dive further?
How Wealth Project Works
If we can’t get a clue about Wealth Project, we could do the next best thing.
Which is to observe the purchasing process.
You’ll learn a lot about the product simply by pretending to buy it.
But you know what, let me take control.
I’ll walk you through the whole process (and beyond).
Follow my lead…
First, we’ll start off with the sales page, containing an autoplayed video.
At first, you won’t see any button in the page.
Since you’ll be required to watch for a definite amount of time to trigger the button.
If you don’t wanna’ wait, attempt to leave the page to trigger the next step faster.
And the form should look like this:
Enter your ‘best email address’ to continue to the next step.
However, I say you DON’T!
Type in a FAKE email address instead because it’ll trigger the next step anyway.
Which is the checkout page, wherein you’ll pay your $37 (courtesy of ClickBank).
But wait, hold on…
Take off the parenthesis for me, would you?
Did I just say ClickBank?
Sheesh, now I’m freaking out!
You know why I’m acting weird when I hear ClickBank?
Because most of the ClickBank biz opp products I review are ‘horrible’.
I did not recommend them all along for a couple of reasons:
1. They bombard your email with spam – Although it’s normal to collect emails upon buying, what usually happens is that vendors bombard you with spam and low-quality offers. Plus, they share your info with other marketers, all without your consent!
2. ClickBank has a ‘1-click upsell’ feature – After you buy Wealth Project, you’ll be taken to a series of upsells that take more of your money. Worse, just ‘one click’ is required to buy any of these upsells! And affiliates of Wealth Project love it:
3. ClickBank has a low standard for accepting products – This allows product vendors to launch terrible products that go out on the Web, targeting innocent newbies. Worse, these vendors can do the same crime over and over again without getting caught.
Creepy, isn’t it?
You know what, let’s stop this now.
We’re wasting our time trying to get into Wealth Project.
I don’t think it could do you any good.
Let alone make $17,520 in the first week!
Verdict: Can Wealth Project Make You Real Money?
The red flags don’t end there.
If you think I’m just concluding things out of thin air, then I’ll show you proof.
Concrete evidence that will seal the issue once and for all.
James Robertson wants you to believe that Wealth Project works.
By sharing success stories in the sales video via testimonials.
But my god…
You’ve gotta’ be kidding me?
This is the ‘worst testimonial’ I’ve ever come across.
Even I could forge a convincing testimonial like this.
“Let me guess, Steve made $7,937 a week after trying Wealth Project, right?”
Want another proof?
Well, have you seen James Robertson?
The man we assume that’s behind the entire scheme?
Chances are, you haven’t seen him yet.
There’s no picture of him throughout the entire sales video.
And this makes Wealth Project even more riskier to try.
However, I’m not surprised.
Because this is common in many biz opp products I review.
The founders hide under the blankets of the Internet.
Since they don’t wanna’ risk their reputations on the line.
In short, COWARDS.
And I’m telling you, don’t trust cowards on the Internet.
When almost everything online is anonymous, your picture will help instill trust.
That you’re a real and legit person.
One who’s worthy of doing business with.
Anyways, let’s go back to Wealth Project.
My final verdict would therefore be: NOT RECOMMENDED.
Avoid Wealth Project and every product that looks like it.
It’s a total waste of your money (and time).
Aren’t You Tired of Hype?
As much as we’d love to get rich quick, we can’t.
Because whoever promises that claim is 100% lying.
That’s why 99% of biz opp courses out there are crap.
The only reason why they sell is through hype.
It’s nice to hear that you can make $17,520 in one week.
But it’s NOT nice to hear the amount of hustle you need to accomplish that!
In the end, courses like Wealth Project will only leave you confused.
Like what I’ve went through in the past.
I remember buying a digital product for $15.
Then getting excited to know that I get a thousand bucks worth of bonuses.
I thought I got a bargain for doing that.
And started devouring information.
The knowledge I learned rushed into my head like a stampede.
Until eventually, they clogged up.
I was overwhelmed.
And I didn’t become a penny richer.
Thanks to all the junk I’ve learned in my 2 years as an Internet marketer.
How about you…
Are you still following the hype?
The hype that inevitably turns into junk,
Taking up valuable space in your head?
Aren’t you tired of it yet?
Start following only the ‘real’ marketers.
Marketers who know what they’re doing.
Marketers who love helping other people.
Marketers who don’t use hype to sell.
I know, how about starting off by hanging out in this community.
It’s the platform where I learned the basics of running an online business that lasts long-term.
Won’t hurt to try, it’s free:
Do you think Wealth Project can make money for anyone in under 1 week? Have you tried out the course? Let me know your interesting insights. Hit me up below.