National Wealth Center is a Huge Scam?

Is National Wealth Center a Scam?

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One question that is always asked above all other questions when looking into an online opportunity like National Wealth Center is this:

“Is National Wealth Center A Scam?”

I understand why some people want to ask this question, so I in this post I will answer the question in depth as to whether National Wealth Center is a Scam or not.

I also applaud anyone for doing their due diligence in researching an opportunity to make sure it is legitimate as there are tons of online scams out there.

And yes, the answer may very well surprise you…

So Is National Wealth Center A Scam or Not?

If you are referring to the company of National Wealth Center and to whether it is a scam or not, then they answer is a HUGE NO.

The company has one of if not the best reputations as a long term sustainable online program in the market today for an affiliate marketing program.

The company has a better business bureau of A+ rating and the owner Peter Wolfing has been an industry giant for around 17 years at this point and has created multiple very successful online business platforms that have allowed marketers to make amazing incomes.

Here are more reasons as to why the National Wealth Center company is not a scam:

  • Has multiple quality products for each level purchased
  • Has multiple support staff ready to help members
  • Company is based and held in the United States
  • Huge member base and company has stable growth

Now with all this being said, let me explain in what regard that National Wealth Center is a scam and this is true for just about any online program.

How Can National Wealth Center be a Scam?

National Wealth Center can be a scam, just as any online program can be a scam by this simple issue:

Some marketers within the National Wealth Center program scam people by claiming false guarantees and income for signing up into their groups.

What do I mean by this? Well if you ever see any of this going on by any National Wealth Center member with their promoting then you will know they are involved in a scam:

  • Claiming ‘guaranteed’ signups – there are no guarantees in any business, whether in an online business or offline business
  • Claiming all the work is done for you – Big incomes and big results are always the result of Work
  • Not allowing you to develop your own leads or sales for your own link for the program
  • ‘Guaranteed’ income for signing up into their ‘system’ – again there are no guarantees as far as income and is absolutely ILLEGAL to make these types of claims
  • Cannot contact the member or member will not answer legitimate questions to how their marketing or ‘system’ works – this is a big red flag

Those are several reasons why the promotion of National Wealth Center could be misunderstood as a giant scam, among others.

So in summary the company National Wealth Center is most certainly NOT a scam, but some members within the program may be very deceptive in attempts to make short money off of weak minded people who can’t think for themselves, and this would most certainly cause people to be Scammed.

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Infinity Downline Scam

Infinity Downline Scam

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I’ve bet you’ve heard this many times:

Infinity Downline Scam

When someone says “Infinity Downline Scam“,

I believe it is important to look at the reasons as to why this is stated in the first place by individuals:

1.  They have tried a network marketing opportunity before and had little to no success.
2.  They have tried a network marketing opportunity and did not attempt to actively promote or work the program.
3.  There is an inherent mindset issue within most people that doesn’t allow them to believe that a program like this would work.

Also, most individuals have probably been involved with questionable businesses and most likely have been burned a time or two.  Unfortunately this is sometimes true in the network marketing industry, and is usually caused by suspicious individuals practicing underhanded business methods.

When this occurs, most people are very reluctant to get involved with a program such as Infinity Downline, even with the extremely low buy-in and almost guaranteed success.  Not to mention the ability to break completely even with just 1 referral!

Since we’ve looked at the topic of Infinity Downline being called a “scam” or “hoax” or whatever someone may negatively refer to the program as, I would like to give you my honest answer to the question:

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1.  Infinity Downline is NOT a scam.

2.  Infinity Downline does EXACTLY what it says it does.

3.  Infinity Downline is the lowest cost, highest reward network marketing opportunity on the planet.

In 6 months with this company, I can assure you that Peter Wolfing (program creator) has created one of the most lucrative business opportunities out there, and has made it so incredibly easy for anyone, regardless of their marketing experience to succeed with the program, that there is NO way this could even be referred to as a “scam”!

Here are several reasons why Infinity Downline could NOT be a scam:

  • I have been paid on time, every single time from each of my signups
  • I have been paid by each of my payment processors with no problems whatsoever
  • I have continually built a downline from my signups and the reverse 2 up system works EXACTLY as stated
  • Most importantly and often overlooked part of this opportunity, the products themselves are of tremendous value!

Infinity Downline has been in business since March of 2009 and has approximately 200,000 members.  If this opportunity were a scam of any kind, there would not be this many people involved with the program.  I can also assure you that I would not be involved with any kind of suspicious program or business, as I pride myself in being involved with credible companies.

This business is “The Real Deal!”


To YOUR Success,

James Matthews
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