Wealth Network Solutions
30001 W Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85037
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The business opportunity offered by Wealth Network Solutions, LLC is unbelievably deceptive and I fully believe they are a scam. They provide you with a duplicate copy of their website as their business opportunity and charge you a sizeable monthly fee for the webhosting. There are red flags right from the very beginning that should tell you that they are a deception and very likely a scam, which I unfortunately ignored. All of my initial questions, regarding what I would do to actually make the opportunity work, were side-stepped with the response of "that will be addressed by your marketing coach." However I later found out that Wealth Network Solutions does not provide marketing coaches to actually tell you what to do to make money with their site. They do have someone call you, acting as if he is a coach to "coach you out of more money." He told me that most people give up the business soon within a few months, but to encourage me to continue, I should participate in their "lead program" where I can get leads to downlines who will also be participating and that will help me see the business working. This was at a cost of several thousand dollars. The salesman claimed that the leads were "targeted leads" and therefore the conversion rate of the list of people to actual people, joining Wealth Network Solutions as a downline, was between 6% to 8%. They also claimed that I was guaranteed to get all of my money back with a minimum of 25% return (which was totally untrue as they refused to acknowledge that such a statement was made later on). However, only a few people on that list were willing to be their next victims so these leads purchases resulted in husge losses of several thousand dollars.
I also believe that Wealth Network Solutions, LLC is a scam or illegal pyramid scheme because they distributed a marketing manual to new members, which is actually harmful to their business. The marketing manual was written prior to the existence of Google and does not mention Google at all, but mentions the Infoseek search engine which has long been out of existence. The manual emphasizes registering the website with the search engines, but that is the WRONG thing to do. The site with Wealth Network Solutions is duplicate content, and search engines throw site URLs with duplicate content into a secondary database as trash: they filter out websites with duplicate content. The manual also emphasizes activities on the web that were pertinent to the late 1990's but the internet has changed so radically since that time and therefor has no relevance. This showed me that there was no initiative whatsoever to make the actual business opportunity function and no research done by them to determine the necessary actions to make the actual business opportunity function or actually be used to earn an income. There was little motive on their part to actually earn an income through their site. However their efforts to recruit people into the pyramid and sell the business opportunities were very well planned, very elaborate, and fully indicative of an illegal pyramid scheme.
This is not a legitimate business, it is a scam. The people promise you a guaranteed return of your money, but neglect to tell you the initial investment does not cover anything other than a webpage that you can do your self for free and they charge you monthly fees that you can't cancel because the person you talk to is never the person authorized to do cancellations, but you never hear from them again. I had to change my bank account and call the State Attorney. The are not good people, they have done this before in other states and just start up somewhere new.