There is this new scam going around called the 24/7 Wealth Club which claims that you can earn $13,127 per week, but of course this is not true.
It is a scam, as you probably suspected, and I decided to take the honors of exposing it for such.
Unfortunately when it comes to making money online there are more programs/systems out there that will do the opposite–as in just lead to you losing money online. This is one of those systems.
24/7 Wealth Club Review
You probably got some email about some amazing new opportunity to make money online that you have been chosen for, or something along these lines, and clicked the link that was provided.
How do I know this? Well, because this is how it usually works and I have reviewed plenty of similar scams in the past.
Then you landed on the video presentation and obviously sounded way too good to be true.
Seriously… You “can get set up in minutes” and “earn up to $13,127 per week” starting today?
If you are earning $13,127 per week then that would mean you are earning around an average of $1875 per day. And since the guy is telling us that you can get started today making this amount, does this mean that he is telling us you can earn $1875 today?
This is kinda how it sounds and that is ridiculous.
Tons of Red Flags
#1 – You’ve Been Hand Picked to Join
One of the first things you are told is that you have been selected by one of this guy’s “very close multimillionaire business partners”.
You have to ask yourself, why would you get selected? Why would they think you are the perfect pick? And what do they even know about you to make such a pick?
The truth is that you have not been handpicked and they know nothing about you. This program is being promoted to as many people as possible via email. Anyone’s email address to these people have are getting emails about why they should join–and they’re being told the same thing.
#2 – Don’t Share This Video
Of course you are told not to share this video because it is only for your eyes. He tells you not even to share it with your family and friends.
One thing he said that can be easily proven as a lie is that he has done everything to make this video only able to be discovered by the right people. This is far from being true. Anyone can go to 247wealthclub.com and check out the video for themselves.
He is just telling us the stuff to try to make it sound like some incredible opportunity that you can’t afford to pass up.
#3 – Completely Automated
Whenever you come across a system online that is “revolutionary done-for-you money making system”, it it is probably best to stay clear of it–or at least do some research into it beforehand.
Making money online is not the super easy 100% automated push button system that is often portrayed as being.
#4 – Lack of Income Proof
At one point in the video presentation the spokesman talks about several different members of the system that are making thousands upon thousands of dollars every day, yet he offers no proof of this. As far as I’m concerned, what he is saying are just empty words–without any proof how can I trust this?
#5 – Only 9 Spots Left!
As expected, because I see this kind of thing with pretty much every scam I expose, we are told that there are only a handful of spots left. In my case I was told there are only 9 spots available. This is what you call false scarcity and is not true at all.
I could come back to this video in a weekend it would probably be telling me the same thing.
Sounds Like Your Typical Scam
There are so many red flags, but possibly the biggest is the fact that we are not told anything about how this system actually makes us money.
Does this guy seriously wants to buy into this not even knowing how we are going to make money?
He mentions that you can “swoop in” and collect money from online business, and talks about the trillions of dollars being made online–but mentions absolutely nothing about how this is going to work.
But of course… “This is a proven, tested, vetted, and guaranteed system”.
Okay… So where’s the proof? I sure as heck don’t see any.
And who is the guy behind all of this also?
The spokesman, who I’m guessing is supposedly the guy who created this system, never even mentions his name. We know nothing about this guy. No picture, no name, nothing.
All we know is the store he told us about how he created this system–which is probably a complete lie.
Lots of red flags, no information about how it works or who the creator is–sounds like your pretty typical online scam to me.
Why Is It Only $37?
Also, why on earth with this system be sold for only $37 if you can make you over 13,000 per week completely automated??
If this were true then it could easily be sold for over $100,000.
Only $37… Why? Is this guy just a really nice guy trying to help us out? Or is it really that this system is a load of crap? I’m guessing it is the latter.
That said, there are a few upsells if you do end up buying into this. You will be pushed into buying the following after you are just the front-end system for $37…
- Upsell 1 – 24/7 Wealth Club 2.0 for $197
- Upsell 2 – 24/7 Wealth Club Pro for $177
- Upsell 3 – 24/7 Wealth Club Social for $97
So really the total cost is around $500, but this is still not even close to what as system that, by the sounds of it, is guaranteed to make you over $13,000 a week.
What You Get When You Buy In
I haven’t actually bought into it, nor do I plan on it, but I have reviewed plenty of online scams in the past–some very similar to this such as Point 2 Click Profits and Cash Sniper. The platform this system is being sold over is Clickbank, which is becoming more and more notorious for online scams like these.
My guess is that after you buy and you will be provided with some very generic and outdated training on some method of making money online.
There will probably be some value to it, yet it will be seriously disappointing. This will leave you wanting more and that is when they will push you to buy the upsells–which probably will be much better.
This is how systems like this usually work.
And at the end of the day, you walk away with less money.
Conclusion – Scam
Sometimes I hold back from calling program/systems a scam if I haven’t actually tried them myself, but I am feeling pretty confident today and bold-and I’m telling you that this is a scam.
I’m sure probably does have some potential to help people make money online, but it is not going to be anything near what you are expecting having watch the video presentation.
Systems like this often scar people and leave them worse off than when they started. And I’m not talking about just having less money than when starting out–I’m talking about being let down the wrong path and wasting a bunch of time trying something that simply does not work.
My advice: avoid the system at all costs and if you did buy into it try to get your money back right away.
If you are looking for a way to make money online that is actually proven to work, I highly suggest taking a look at my guide here, in which I go over exactly how I make a living online and how others can get started.
Spoiler alert: How I make money online actually takes work. Any legitimate way to make money online, good money, takes real work and real effort. There is no push button system out there.
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