Wealthy Affiliate Spam

At some point in my past (at least 3 yrs ago), I signed up for The Wealthy Affiliate Spam  program. Typical of most of these systems, they are heavy on the promises and light on the execution. I never really understood what I was supposed to be doing and I never made a cent tying to figure out what to do next. So I quit the program. After a bunch of spam emails trying to entice me back they finally left me alone.

Then, out of the blue I started getting spam from them again trying to suck me back into the Wealthy Affiliate Spam program. I’m seriously not interested … I did not ask to be ‘informed’ of anything to do with them … and I’m certainly not going to give them any more of my money. I figured that after a couple of days they would go away. Nope … typical spammers … once they latch onto your email address they NEVER let go. This is one of the sure signs of a Guru scammer. They think they own your email address.

The emails come usually once a day … with all the typical dumb spammy internet marketing crap. They’ve tried being my friend … they’ve used the scarcity principle (limited time offer), and they’ve tried to suck me in with the scammers $2 dollar offer. This last email, they are almost making fun of me … ‘two measly bucks!’ as if there is something wrong with me for not signing up.

The worst part of these guys is that they do not have anyway of opting out of their spamming email list. You know they are the lowest of the lowest scum when they are too cheep to use an automated opt out program.

Kyle and Carson: (The owners of The Wealthy Affiliate Spam Program) … GO AWAY!!! Leave me alone!  And a message to anyone who might be tempted to try this crap, beware of the tactics that they use from the start. Is this the type of people that you want to give your credit card to?

Here is the most recent spam from them … such typical IM crap!

Kyle here and I have a story for you. I have a buddy that always beats around the bush when it comes to paying his debts. If we are at a restaurant, he does whatever it takes to be away from the table when the bill comes. When he owes you money, he has some sort of excuse as to why we can’t pay you back. He is cheap!

What does this have to do with a t-rex?

Well, that is what his nickname is. Here is where this name stems from…

Like a t-rex (the dinosaur), his arms are so short…so short he can’t reach his wallet out of his back pocket.

OK, I am definitely not calling you cheap here. I just wanted to share this story with you and let you know that WA is only $2.

$2 bleepin’ dollars.

Yeah, $2 measily little one dollar bills. Maybe even a bunch of dimes and some nickels!

Full access to $1,000’s in resources, training, tools, services and of course our one on one support. Are you saying that my time isn’t worth $2 for a whole month? That is some cheap labor by any standards.

So, moral of today’s story. Don’t be a t-rex like my friend. Reach into that back pocket, in between your couch cushions, or in your car ash tray for $2 because that is all you are going to need to get world class training at the top Internet Marketing School online, Wealthy Affiliate.




This is the very last time we will contact you about this. I hope you take advantage of it and I truly hope to see you on the other side.

Take it easy,

Kyle (& Carson)
Wealthy Affiliate

I’m gonna go throw up now … laters.

EDIT:  So the spamming stopped for a while after the above email I received from them.  But … they’re baaaack.  Like a bad hemroid, these guys just won’t go away.  Last week I got spammed again with their typical Guru junk trying to entice noobs with their ‘All New’ product.  Don’t be fooled people – it’s the same old JUNK that these guys have been pushing on noobs for years.

Hey ****,

How does interactive training on the hottest topics related to creating a successful business online sound? Each and every week we offer all Premium members at Wealthy Affiliate a brand new live training class where they can get up to speed with a new making money strategy, a new way to boost their conversions, or a new way to get more traffic and rankings from the search engines.

These are PURE VALUE!

Remember, you will be getting access to these live training classes if you take us up on our “We Want You Back $10 Offer”, meaning you are going to get over FOUR HOURS of live video classes you can attend in the upcoming month!

Ack!! Pure vomit! This sort of sickening syrupy sales letters should be your first warning about what these guys are trying to do to you. They want to remove money from your wallet – that’s it! Don’t get sucked in!

Go away Kyle!

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4 Responses to Wealthy Affiliate Spam

  1. Tracey says:

    LOL, Haven’t we all been there? Was a member back in 07 and thought it was awesome (I was brainwashed back then obviously).

    Let’s hope that it really is the “very last time we will contact you about this”. Although I suspect not.

    Tracey 🙂

  2. lissie says:

    Wow the secrets of an online income for only $2 – how can you say no! You saying you’re valuing time at more than that – should send them a bill for reading their lame email!

  3. Hospitalera says:

    “The worst part of these guys is that they do not have anyway of opting out of their spamming email list. You know they are the lowest of the lowest scum when they are too cheep to use an automated opt out program.”

    You know that you can report them for that, don’t you? Depending on the email list method they use either direct to their service (Aweber or similar) or here: http://onguardonline.gov/articles/0038-spam#report not having an opt-out that works is against the CAN-SPAM law and can be prosecuted.

  4. Kiley says:

    2016 they are still spamming. Not only that but the internet is filled with fake reviews.

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