Web Fortune Master Review: Welcome To The Web of Lies

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Web Fortune Master is a Scam. 4 months after doing this review they continued to take $8.78 out of my account under a different name each month. I didn’t figure out it was This company until calling a central call center where many products outsource their customer support.

They have since stopped charging me, but I don’t recommend you even try this company. Continue reading for more details about what you find inside, and take a look at the comments to see other people’s experiences!

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 The product known as Web Fortune Master is advertised under many different “work from home” names, aliases, and promoters. As you will find out below, none of this is real. It’s actually just some deceptive advertising.

Product Names

  • My Online Ebiz
  • EZ Stay At Home Income
  • Home Income Kit
  • Profit Web System
  • Google VIP

Product URLs

  • home-online-jobs.org
  • ebizsecure.secureweboffer.com
  • Army5.com
  • webfortunemaster.com
  • mystayathomeincome.com

Product “Owners”

  • Katie Smith
  • Kelly Richards
  • Janet Rhodes
  • Kenneth G
  • Jessica Bradley

Advertised Price:

  • $97, $77, $47, + others
  • I paid $9.95

Rating: N/A

 

What is it?

Start a home based business through affiliate marketing, CPA, and blogging.

Short Review:

The content contained within the Web Fortune Master product itself was actually pretty good, but because it is promoted by so many scam websites and surrounded by so much hype/lies, I cannot recommend you purchase this product under any circumstances.

The following review is very detailed and may take a while to read. If you would like to read the whole thing, great. If you want to skip all that, here’s what you should do: Sign up for some free training to learn how to build your first website and make money from it. But before you do that, please make sure you understand what you are signing up for. It’s free but will be useless if you don’t know what it is.

Before You Buy: Web Fortune Master Shady Advertising

As usual, someone spammed my YouTube channel with a video that lead to ‘make money’ system. The original domain was army5.com, that redirected to “fake news” website. These websites are designed to look like local news websites to make you think the information is legitimate, and it’s a ‘report’, not an advertisement. These are called advertorials, and are a form of advertising that some consider deceptive, depending on how it’s executed. The details of this advertorial are shown in a light grey font on a white background to make it harder for your to read.

Fake News Header - Essense of Advertorials

Advertorial Example

Click image to read details. Image screenshot from the advertorial on webfortunemaster.com.

You usually see a video with a blond lady telling a success story about a mother that makes money from home. This is NOT a real news report, it is a mock up made by a production team to seem like a news report.

Fake News Report

Look familiar? This video is used all over the place. It’s NOT REAL!

This video has been used many times across several websites. It’s unclear whether the websites are affiliated with each other or if the video has been bought and sold and used by separate parties.

Two Websites Same Fake VideoAs you dig deeper, more and more red flags show up. You will see logos for places like CNBC, CNN, and USA Today to make you think that this product has been featured on those news stations. Pay close attention, because it will usually say something like “The State of The Economy has been featured”, where it’s unclear what they are making reference to. It’s obvious that these websites HAVE NOT been featured in the news.

State of the Economy Fake Endorsements

Here is another example, calling these websites “Link Partners”, which could mean anything. I can guarantee that these search engines do not endorse this product. The term “link partners” is vague enough that it could mean anything, for example, that the links can be found on these places. Of course they are, all links are.

Fake Link Partners

They will also put pressure on you, giving you fake discounts, and fake warnings that there are limited spaces available, or that the offers are only for residents of your area. There is not discount, no limitation, and this offer is not specific to you.

Fake Limitation - Misleading Advertising

Fake Limitation - Misleading Advertising 2

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After You Buy: The Web Fortune Master Product

Yes, I did buy the product for $9.95 (after the fake discounts), but I was very hesitant to submit my credit card information. They also ask for a phone number, but after reading some scam reports online, I submitted a fake one to prevent their phone calls.

There is actually quite a bit of content within the members area, and it’s surprisingly not bad information. Based on content alone, I would probably give it a score in the low 70′s, which is still a pass.

Members Only Training Logo

This is the logo you’ll see after you jump through all the ridiculous hoops and advertising tricks.

Path 1: Websites

Path 2: Blogs

These are actually pretty similar, and some of the content is actually repeated. The videos are explained in plain and simple English, which is a plus. They also emphasize not spamming your links, and how to write quality content for visitors.

The vides are not super high quality, but passable, and the general structure for making money on the internet is there. They cover things like how to create a blog and make money from advertising, how to set up a website and make money from eBay, how to make money with CPA (if you don’t know that is, don’t worry about it), and how to do affiliate marketing.

They also cover things like how to get traffic, how to use social media for your business, and a few other topics. Though the general framework works, there is more than one missing piece to the puzzle, and you will have to do a lot of independent research to figure out what exactly is going on. This is not a stand alone product, and there is no support for the material.

What’s in the VIP Lessons?

These are not really worth your time. Most of the information is outdated or incomplete. I got the feeling that this info was put in the product just to make it seem like you get more value.

Please see below to find out specifics about what I liked and didn’t like about the product.

What I Liked:

As I mentioned above, the information was pretty legit. I didn’t cover all of it because there was quite a bit, but from what I saw, the general framework of how to build a website and make money from it was there. It was not a ‘scam’, and it was not a ‘fake product’.

However, there was much more to dislike about it.

What I Didn’t Like:

First off, the SEO lessons clearly outdated. Things he mentioned about social bookmarking, backlinking, and meta keywords are no longer used and can actually damage your online reputation or make you lose rank in the search engines.

- The À La Carte section was Empty.

- I did not try the Online Auctions AKA Audio Seminars

- The Website Tools section was utterly useless. Thinks like page comparison and keyword research were confusing to use, or have no bearing in today’s world of online business.

- The Stress to Success section was just a motivational PDF. This is also useless.

- The worst thing about this product is that there was no real information on how to implement these things. If I hand you a screwdriver, some sheet metal, two tires, and some nuts and bolts can you build me a motorcycle? Probably not. That’s basically what they’re doing with Web Fortune Master.

Who Is This Product For:

$10 isn’t much, so if you want to take your chances, go for it. However, I do not trust this company or any affiliated companies, and do not recommend you purchase Web Fortune Master or any product related to these domains or companies.

Final Review

Thumbs Down

What Now?

The internet is full of online scams. Most are extremely misleading in telling you how much you can make, or how easy it is to make money online. It’s true that you can make money, but it takes work, dedication, and time.

If you can commit to at least 6 months of work with no profit and understand that your first website will probably fail (but you are willing to try again), then you should consider joining a membership website with affiliate marketing training tools. This is how I learned to make money from my blogs, and it’s how I was able to meet other people working online.

Please ready my full Wealthy Affiliate Review for a detailed on what you can expect from their training and tools, how to get your FREE ACCOUNT, and how they helped me succeed online.

Speaking of stumbling blocks – are you stuck? Let me know what’s preventing you from moving forward in the comments below and I’ll see if I can help you work through it.

Author: Nathaniell (510 Posts)

My name is Nathaniell and I'm the owner of One More Cup of Coffee. I started my first online business in 2010 and now I help newbies start their own businesses. Sign up for my #1 recommended training course and learn how to start yours for FREE!


Comments

  1. William says

    Nathaniell,

    All I can say is thank you. I happened to sign up for “Web Fortune Master” and recieved a phone call about 10 minutes later. I was convinced because it was not a voice message that I recieved but a actual person I talked to. After a while she asked me how old I was and I said 14 (which is the truth) and she said I was to young. Thankfully, I was to young because I talked to my mom about signing up. We looked it up online and happened to find this article. I read it, and realized that everything you pointed out was true. The woman said here name was Kelly Richards and also said I was the “preferred customer of the day” and offered me a discount of $47. I was really tempted but did not sign up and pay. I am also glad I found your website because I really want to start doing what you do. So once again Thank you.

    -William

    • Nathaniell says

      Hey William – smart move getting your mom involved. There are a lot of snakes out there, so before you sign up for anything, including what I offer and promote on my website, make sure your mom approves. Building a website will be a piece of cake for you, but signing up for affiliate programs and getting paid may require you to have a Paypal or bank account, and you might have to provide personal information to the companies so they can give you tax forms. So yeah, make sure that a parent is somewhat involved or on standby in case you need help.

  2. Lynn says

    Hi Nathaniell,

    As a rule of thumb, and from years of experience, if anyone asks for money from me in order that I make money, I stay far away. I am a psychology graduate, and I agree with your statement that, “when you want to believe something is true, we can often convince ourselves anything.” I too have been tempted too many times. Thank goodness that I stick to that rule of thumb, and thank goodness that we have people out there like you helping us out.

    • Nathaniell says

      No worries – I’m glad to help out. If you need any assistance getting started or have any questions, just let me know in the comments here. I’ll be on the blog all day so I’ll be able to get back to you pretty fast.