Max Income System – Scam or Legit? [Review]

Welcome to my review of Max Income System.

This is a new site that claims to help you earn $10,000’s per month on complete autopilot. Apparently, you could be earning life changing money in just 14 steps using a “shortcut”.

Let’s take a closer look to see if it’s legit or just another scam..

Max Income System Review

I came across this site today via a fake news article (AKA advertorial).

The article tells the story of a ‘regular mom’ named Mia Westbrook, who lost her job last year. And now (thanks to this system), she’s now making $6-$8k per month working from home.

If you click on ANY link within the article, you land on the Max Income System website…

Fake news article promoting Max Income System

Source 1: jobs.net-money.online
Source 2: digitalbusinesskickstarter.com/invitation

I could go into detail as to why that news article is complete nonsense. But in reality, all you need to do is scroll to the bottom of the page, where it discloses this within the fine print (I’m guessing for legal reasons).

I personally find this sort of marketing to be a bit misleading. I mean, why would you need to use a fake news article to promote a legitimate program?

So for me, this is a red flag right out of the gate.

Anyways, the Max Income System website consists of a sales video, which basically tells you how easy it will be to earn a life changing income. Apparently, this is a “$50k per month method” which you can learn in just 14 steps.

All you need to do is follow the steps and you could change your life.

Sounds cool, but how does this system really work? Read on…

How Does Max Income System Work?

The way Max Income System works is by first of all getting you in the door for $47.

As a member, you will learn some of the basics of affiliate marketing, which is a legit business model. In short, affiliate marketing is where you promote other people’s products, and earn commissions if they buy through your link.

The good news is, this is legit and you can earn a significant income this way.

It’s also very simple once you learn the process and get everything dialed in. I know this because I earn a full time income online myself doing affiliate marketing.

The bad news is, Max Income System is only giving you ‘part’ of the overall picture to earning real money this way.

In order to get the more complete training, and start earning the ‘big bucks’ the sales video promises you, you’ll need MUCH deeper pockets.

See.. the 14 step system is really just another sales funnel. And your ‘private business program advisor’ is really someone who’s goal is convincing you to buy more stuff.

How do I know this?

Well first of all, because I’ve seen lots of these high ticket funnels over the years, so I know exactly how they work. They get you in the door at a low price point (like $47) and progressively upsell you into higher and higher priced products.

Secondly, because the company behind all of this is called Wealth Academy Publishing LTD. Which is owned by Shaqir Hussyin, who’s an expert in high ticket sales funnels.

And if you visit the Wealth Academy website (wealthacademy.com) you’ll see numerous high ticket offers.

For example: “Wealth Academy Accelerator” costs $2,997 and “Wealth Academy Elite” costs $19,997. And that’s just 2 out of 5 major upsells, so the upsells likely run well into the $10,000’s.

Now I’m not saying there’s no value in the upsells.. not at all.

But I do think you should be aware of this, especially since the sales pitch leads you to believe you’re getting everything you need for less than 50 bucks.

Verdict – Is Max Income System a Scam?

Max Income System isn’t exactly a scam, because you do get some training for your money. And chances are if you’re a complete newbie to affiliate marketing, you will learn something.

However, I do have some reservations with the business model itself.

As I said earlier, there’s some serious upsells on the horizon for anyone who buys into this.

And I believe the way the company goes about selling these is unethical. As in, starting out with a fake news article, then using a ‘hypey’ sales video to make out like a $47 program itself will change your life, when clearly that’s just the beginning.

The other problem I have is that quite often these systems are all about teaching you how to promote the same system. So instead of learning how to promote anything you want as an affiliate, you’re spending all this money to ‘qualify’ to promote THIS same system to others.

Every high ticket system I’ve come across is geared this way.

I’m not saying this makes Max Income System (AKA Wealth Academy) a scam. But at the same time I never recommend this business model in general.

Because it’s expensive, in my opinion misleading and the FTC have shutdown companies that ran similar high ticket operations. Like MOBE and Digital Altitude for example.

Conclusion

Max Income System is a 14 step training program that teaches you how to earn money with affiliate marketing. At a cost of $47, it may be a helpful training program for newbies.

However, given the upsells and the nature of the business model, this is not something I recommend.

You will need deep pockets if you want to succeed with this. Both for the high priced training and the traffic you’ll need to buy to make it work. And in my opinion that money could be spent on better, more legitimate programs.

It is possible to make good money with affiliate marketing, but it won’t happen using a “shortcut” or “secret system”. This is just marketing hype and something internet gurus tell you to sell their stuff.

Real businesses take time, effort and persistence to build.

And the good news is that you don’t need to spend a fortune on high priced training either. I bootstrapped my entire affiliate business so I can say this with absolute confidence.

What you decide to do is up to you, but that’s my take. Hope it helps!

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