Wealth Magnet System

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by zaphire97, Jun 29, 2007.

  1. zaphire97

    zaphire97 New Member

    Anyone on Wealth Magnet System? This business is generating a buzz this past month and I found it very appealing.
  2. TopMentor

    TopMentor New Member

    Hi Franky,

    I haven't joined yet only because I'm not impressed with the marketing and look of the website... that's why I think the program has gotten off to such a slow start.

    I have however personally worked with Jim Mack, coowner of WM and he is a first class guy! It is a good program... hope it goes well for you!

  3. zaphire97

    zaphire97 New Member

    The website looks good to me and they have a faster way of signing up now as you will have to pay the sponsor first and then you will be activated automatically. I like the 2 tier system wherein you can have residual income and that really interest me. They have a professional back office and the price is more marketable to customers. They can benefit a lot from the educational products inside worth more than $6000 but I guess that's just a tip of the iceberg. Good thing is you don't have to pass up sales and you get paid directly.
  4. netresult

    netresult Member


    It's a hell of a lot of money $827.00, then you have ongoing monthly charges on top!!!

    I think Profit-Lance looks like a MUCH better deal for what I assume to be identical products! Are you not in danger of creating internal competition? I have looked at a number of people promoting WMS and all the web sites are clones.

    I would need a lot of convincing that this is viable, perhaps for the first three months but not as a long term income generator. I have contacted a couple of members, they are very shy in telling me how much they are making from WMS - makes me wonder.
  5. TopMentor

    TopMentor New Member

    The big thing missing from it in my opinion is the branding aspect of it.

    As netresult stated it seems that almost everyone is using the capture pages from the company which are subpar at best in my opinion.

    I'm surprised that Jim didn't do a better job emphasizing the branding aspect when he created the program because I do think the products he offers definitely have value.

    Remember, people buy from people they trust. You need to build a page about you because products don't sell products.


    Brian McCoy
    McCoy Marketing Group

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