Wealth Creations Network

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by jonathon, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. jonathon

    jonathon New Member

    Hi there,
    I am new here and I'm looking for a bit of advise.
    I'v recently come across the Wealth Creation Network and just wondered if anyone has had any dealings with this or am I just wasting my time.


    Thanks in advance guys/girls


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  2. stlbroad

    stlbroad New Member

    I have been with Wealth Creations Network for 3 months and have learned more in those three months about SEO and site promotion than I learned with an $11,000 training program I purchased from Robert Allen years ago. WCN is totally free to join and they will never ask you for any more money EVER. All you have to do to join is fill out a few trial or free offers.

    It is by far the best company I have dealt with and has impeccable integrity. Selina Brantley, the CEO, has a vision of building wealth together instead of making money OFF OF others. Therefore, the compensation plan involves a profit sharing program. All members work together for the good of the company since we all benefit.

    WCN is not in competition with any other business opportunity you might be involved in either. In fact, Josh Rodriguez, the marketing director, helps us learn how to market WCN and any other program we may be involved in. We learn how to get to the top of the search engines to drive great quality traffic to our sites and at the same time build a team that will help us earn multiple streams of residual income.

    It is not a get rich quick program. It takes time to build, but then all good things take some time and effort.

    I hope this gives you more information than you had.

    Beth Mollenkamp
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  3. talfighel

    talfighel Silver Member

    Are they an MLM network?

    There site seems a little unprofessional.

    Do a search for them on Google to see what others are saying about them. Good and bad.
  4. katereber

    katereber New Member

    You don't review their site before joining them?

    Well a simple advice here, before you join any network review them

    first to know what kind of benefits you can get from them.

    Good day..
  5. joseph1

    joseph1 New Member

    When ever I'm researching something that sounds interesting and it has anything to do with free offers, I run the other way as fast as I can.

    Now maybe some have had success with these type programs but my first experience with this was not appealing. You get points for trial offers that you subscribe to and most of the times to get the points you must go beyond the 30 day free trial and even then I did not get the points from some of them that would entitle me to $60.00 payment.

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