Here’s where I generally give you a list of things I like about the course, but the things I do not like about Super Affiliate System are so overwhelming that we ‘d best begin with those Strictly speaking, I don’t consider Super Affiliate System to be a pyramid plan, since trainees are complimentary to promote whatever products they like.
According to money.howstuffworks.com: The main quality of a is that individuals only earn money by hiring more members. If you enjoy John’s main webinar promo for the Super Affiliate System, the very first four “success stories” he reveals you ALL seem from students offering John’s training Here’s another trainee reporting profits from selling John’s training: And another: And another: By now I have actually seen a couple of dozen “success stories” and reviews for John Crestani’s course, and about 80% of them are either: Trainees reporting sales of Super Affiliate SystemStudents reporting sales of items they choose to conceal The similarity Tyler Ellison and Josh Morico fall under the latter classification.
Or they could be generating many of their income as big-time affiliates of John Crestani’s training. No chance to understand for sure. But inspect this out: when students purchase the Super Affiliate System, they get access to a resources area filled with discount materials. A number of those promo materials are for SAS itself Considered that, I get the unique impression that the primary purpose of John Crestani’s Super Affiliate System is to turn students into salespeople for the Super Affiliate System.
Regrettably, it appears all those resources in some cases aren’t adequate When John Crestani does show you success stories that seem legit, make certain to inspect the dates. From what I have actually seen, a number of his best success stories are from 2016 or earlier, which I consider old enough to be worthless. Here’s an example: John has a review from Carlos, in which Carlos states he started affiliate marketing 1.5 years earlier.