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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The Truth About ‘Systems’, ‘Co-ops’, & ‘Rotators’ for National Wealth Center

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To further go into depth regarding all the massive influx of ‘systems’ and ‘rotators’ and all kinds of different marketing tools setup from National Wealth Center members to entice signups, I will be going in depth about what you need to watch out for.

Whenever an online program like National Wealth Center gets really successful and experiences huge growth, there is always a rampant amount of ‘systems’ and ‘co-ops’, and ‘rotators’ that pop up left and right. Some are really great, some are good, most are garbage and some are downright scams lying to your face.

What I’ll do in this post is break down each to really help you make an informed decision and to hopefully steer you away from a potential scam.

Just What Are Systems, Co-ops, and Rotators for National Wealth Center?

First let’s look at a ‘system’ for National Wealth Center:

- A system for the program is a marketing system to help you in getting signups for your NWC business. It is usually looks and functions the same for each member using the system and is usually always for specific amounts of members all under one sponsor in the program. The hope through a system is to help get you started and maximize results and sales to duplicate at a rapid pace with all of the marketing setup and done for you.

Second let’s look at a Co-op:

- A Co-op for the program is simply paid advertising, usually through solo ads placed in front of lists who are already interested in ‘make money online’ offers so should already be responsive to the NWC business. A co-op functions by several members purchasing advertising together and thus making the advertising cost cheaper with each member getting the same amount of clicks. Think of it as ‘cooperative advertising’. The clicks from the co-op can be sent to any website.

Lastly let’s look at the ‘Rotator’

- A Rotator for the National Wealth Center program is a marketing system or group setup to ‘rotate’ sales from the program throughout a specific group of members, most often under one sponsor within the program. The goal here is to try and help everyone get sales through a very effective website explaining the NWC business to everyone it is advertised towards. No one really knows how the sales are generated or how it is determined to pass the sale to within the rotator.

What is My Honest Opinion of ‘Systems’, ‘Co-ops’, & ‘Rotators’ for National Wealth Center?

Since we have defined the three up above I will now give you the honest truth about these 3 subjects, and rest assured you should pay very close attention as I always give the truth and as you are well aware of my success if you are on this site.

The truth about National Wealth Center Systems:

  • Are almost always very generic and give no individual member the ability to customize the system and to brand themselves within the system; this is not good for long term stable success
  • You are at the mercy of the person who created the ‘system’, meaning that if there is a problem or something goes wrong, it goes wrong for you and your marketing could go drastically in the wrong direction due to any technical mishap from the creator of the system

The truth about National Wealth Center Co-ops:

  • Are good at helping newbies into the business get some traffic going to their sites but honestly each member being trained to do their own solo ads, paid advertising, etc. is a far more effective way of getting the new member moving and getting them the real skills to be successful in this industry
  • This attracts people who believe that the co-op is going to magically give them sales and increase their income overnight, which is the furthest thing from the truth. Business is business and results can never be guaranteed no matter how good the offer or the advertising is done

The truth about National Wealth Center Rotators:

  • In a Rotator, you cannot do your own marketing whatsoever and one link for the entire group can only be marketed; this is insane in my opinion and the only people who would fall for such a thing are very weak minded ‘lottery ticket’ type of people who are waiting for something to get results for them, instead of working their business and getting their own results. This creates a VERY BAD culture within an opportunity.
  • There is no way whatsoever to tell how the rotator is being advertised, who the sales are going to, how the sales are being ‘rotated’. You have absolutely no control over anything within a rotator and most times members are being completely scammed and told to keep promoting one single link instead of doing their own marketing, in hopes of good things happening.
  • It is not only common sense, but mathematically impossible that a rotator can bring everyone decent results. Again these types of things are where weak minded people who don’t know how the industry works are being preyed upon by the creators of these ‘rotators’

With all this being said, I am saying that all of these are bad and none are good quality? Absolutely Not.

What I am getting across in this post is the actual reality behind what it takes to make a life changing income in any online business opportunity, whether it be National Wealth Center or any opportunity.

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