Super Affiliate Warriors
Overall Ranking: Bad
Owners: Bazi Hassan
What their website claims:
At the top of the sales page there is this dramatic headline:
There is also a video below that which automatically plays, but before I get into that I just want talk about the pop-up message. If you try to leave the page, you will see the following message pop up:
So straight away this sales page has two things that set my alarm bells ringing. Firstly, there was the dramatic headline that claimed that I could be earning 6 figure checks 7 days from now. Then there is this pop-up message which I don’t like because it creates a sense of urgency which pressurizes you into making a decision.
And now let’s take a look at the video:
As soon as I played it, it sounded really badly recorded. It’s actually a replay of a webinar. It’s over 80 minutes long, and there’s no way I’m going to sit through all that, so I’ll pass on the video.
So let’s take a look at the rest of the sales page…
There are three video testimonials, which actually seem to be genuine. They don’t seem like actors reading lines, and they really do seems pleased with the success that they have had.
Skipping through the sales nonsense…
There’s a whole load of stuff on there about his background. How his life was shit, he was $10,000 in debt and his life basically sucked. He had tried lots of different make money online courses, but none of it worked. He lost all his money, all his friends, and nearly lost his parents’ life savings.
Then suddenly one day “something strange happened” and he discovered the best way to make loads of money. Okay, let’s assume that this is all made up, and let’s get right down to what really matters here.
What is the method of making money that they teach?
It’s all about CPA, which stands for Cost Per Acquisition. This involves referring people to particular websites with offers on them, and if people sign up then you earn a commission. It doesn’t even have to involve them buying anything. It’s usually just a case of them giving their contact details. That’s then a lead for the company providing the offer, and you get paid for providing them with that lead.
So how much does it cost and what do you get for your money?
By joining, you will get access to:
- Over 100 Training Videos
- One-on-one Coaching
- Ultimate Profit Mastermind
- Ultimate Product Creation
- Ultimate Traffic Mastermind
…and this will cost you:
They even have the cheek to say “Lock in your spot while you can before the price goes off the roof” – WHAT??? The price is already off the roof!” This is ridiculous, because anyone who needs to earn money online will not be able to afford that. Some people might end up getting into debt just to buy this course.
How to tell if something is a scam
When you have been trying to make money online as long as I have, you start to learn how to spot scams. There are certain key things to look out for which can indicate that a make money online scheme could be a scam. There are also some things that can indicate that it might be genuine.
What I aim to do here is assess Super Affiliate Warriors against these criteria to get an idea of how likely it is to be a scam.
What factors would indicate that it is genuine?
- Does it sound realistic? – No, I don’t think so. He’s saying you can earn 6 figures 7 days from now. That doesn’t seem realistic to me.
- Do they admit it requires work? – Yes, he says you can take time off whenever you want and have fun instead of working. Doesn’t sound like a good way to run a business to me.
- Do they sound genuine? – I think so, yes. Even the testimonials seem real rather than done by actors reading a script.
- Can you take a look inside? – No, there doesn’t seem to be a sneak preview or anything like that.
- Is there a free trial? – No, if you want to try it you will have to pay the full price, which is a lot!
Positive signs score: 30%
What factors would indicate that it is a scam?
- Are they trying to rush you? – Yes. If you try to leave then there is a pop-up message which says that there are limited spots available.
- Does it sound too good to be true? – Yes, it sounds like a total fantasy. I don’t believe most people will be able to earn this kind of money so quickly.
- Do they say you’ll get rich quickly? – Yes, they say you can earn 6 figures within 7 days.
- Are they secretive about how the money is made? – Not really. They admit that it involves promoting CPA offers.
- Do they claim it’s never been seen before? – No, I don’t think they claim this.
- Does the video seem fake? – No, it seems genuine rather than being recorded by an actor reading from a script.
- Do they claim it doesn’t require work? – Yes, they make it sound so easy and automated. It probably actually takes a lot more work to get set up.
Negative signs score: 57%
Is Super Affiliate Warriors a scam?
So, what I did here was I looked at the signs that are likely to indicate that it might be genuine, and I assigned a score based on that. Then I took a look a the signs that are likely to indicate that it is a scam, and assigned a score based on that. Then I combined these scores to come up with an average score, to give an overall sense of how likely it is to be a scam:
63.5% chance of being a scam
Is There an Alternative?
Instead of chasing after “shiny objects” like this that promise you will make money quickly and easily but rarely live up to that promise, why don’t you build a great website that earns you money? If you are new to making money online, I can guide you through the process. CLICK HERE to get started
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Withing you great success,