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Report: #1339747

Complaint Review: Wealthy Affiliate - Internet

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  • Reported By: Randy Alan — Prudenville Michigan USA
  • Wealthy Affiliate Internet USA

Wealthy Affiliate wealthyaffiliate is a scam. Internet

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Wealthy Affiliate advertises as a "free work at home" opportunity.  In fact, they are not.  They will insist that you have back up software which you will download for $20 - $25.  They will not "reimburse" you.  Then you have to join if you want premium membership.  The lesser membership gets you nowhere.

The people on the "live chat" are paid employees.  The chat reads more like social media than a "live chat" with real questions and answers.  It's more like, "hi, how are you Jo, what's up"?  "Good evening Susie, welcome".  No real content.

In other words, I would not join this site.  I am trying to get my money back for buying the software.

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