Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review Warning – Scams & Lies Beware…
I’m getting emails daily about this recently so I figured I’d do a post about it.
Also, there’s gonna be some major debunking going off in this post too.
Trust me, there’s a lot of scammers out there who just want to make a quick buck of you.
But don’t worry – I’m gonna be pointing out all their BS so know what to look out for.
Also, if you don’t believe me, stick around to the end…
I’ll be backing everything up with rock-solid proof at the end of this post.
So with that said, lets get straight to it…
Basically, people are emailing me about my course, the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0
They’re interested in the course – and as a result – they’re looking up reviews for it.
Nothing wrong with that, of course…
However, they’re coming across these reviews where they’re recommending another product.
This “recommended” product is ALWAYS the same on all these sites too.
In fact, you may of heard of it, it’s called Wealthy Affiliate.
And this just isn’t happening to my Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 either…
Oh no, they’re also recommending it over all the products they review on their sites, as well.
Now let me tell you something…
After going through every single one of these reviews, It’s become obvious to me…
That is, they’ve NEVER had access to the Evergreen Wealth formula 2.0, at all.
And I’m certain they haven’t had access to the other products on their sites too.
How do I know? Well, read on and I’ll explain…
But the first thing I wanna cover is the product they recommend: Wealthy Affiliate.
The most revealing thing about Wealthy Affiliate is what it teaches you…
It basically shows you how to build review sites and rank ’em in Google.
Not only that, but to make Wealthy Affiliate their no:1 recommended product too.
So yeah, as you can see…
These reviewers are basically following the Wealthy Affiliate formula to a Tee.
And as a result, you’re not looking at reviews, but promotions for the Wealthy Affiliate.
I mean, it’s kinda obvious when you look at their sites anyway – same layout etc.
Other telltale signs are:
- How they score their products (labeled “legit” or “scam” or out of a hundred)
- Comparison charts (Rigged to favour Wealthy Affiliate, of course)
- They position themselves as “scam busters” calling out scams (I know, the irony…)
- Fake comment section (I’ll be getting to this in a minute)
- Recommending Wealthy Affiliate at the end of the review (obviously)
If you see any of the above, then congrats, you’ve landed on a Wealthy Affiliate site.