Supreme Wealth Alliance is a very odd site in the online marketing world. The site is promoting a way to make money online – one that is specifically targeted at people in the Philippines. However, some of the approaches that the site takes are just odd, while others are downright suspicious.
The site itself looks like it was made by someone who didn’t really have any clear idea of what they were doing or had a very low budget. In fact, it kind of reminds me of a 90's rap album cover, lol. For example, it seems like there is far too much crammed into many parts of the site. This is a far cry from the professional nature of many other approaches that promote making money online.
Paying To Join
One of the most unusual parts of this site is the way that you are supposed to pay. Specifically, people are supposed to contact the person behind the site, then deposit money directly into their bank account. The site gives a number of different account numbers that can be used, which seem to be for different banks or services.
Most importantly, the site doesn’t offer services like PayPal, where the person giving the money has some form of guarantee. So, you really have no way of proving that you paid for a service, which makes the entire approach very suspicious. I haven’t seen a single legitimate business take this approach to payment, and it is poorly suited for the online business world.
The site promotes a set of amazing products for $55. These products are supposed to be a ‘mega collection’ of resources that can help with earning money.
That’s unlikely to be the case.
Instead, the individual products in this library consist of a wide range of PLR (private label rights) products – many of which you can probably find all over the place.
The thing is, PLR products are rarely ever any good. Most of the time they are incredibly poor quality and offer little of value. They can also be relatively inexpensive, which is how sites like this can bundle them all together and offering them at a seemingly low price.
In reality, the only thing this library of resources has going for it is the sheer number of individual eBooks offered (more than 2,000 individual items). However, quality and quantity are not the same thing. If you were to get the library, you would probably never even get through a quarter of what it offers.
Lack Of Information
One consistent feature across the site is the scarcity of information. The site does have multiple different pages that talk about the approach and promote the money making scheme. Yet at the same time, key pieces of information seem to be missing.
For example, under the FAQ, the site talks about how you find out a decent amount of information after you have paid and signed up.
Personally, I would want to know that information before signing up for the company, not afterwards – especially as it costs to get involved.
The bulk of the information on the site is contained in videos, but these are very difficult to understand and don’t seem to be in English (even though the rest of the site is). This makes it very hard for anyone to get a handle on precisely what the site is or how it is supposed to work.
The site does operate under a MLM structure, similar to many of the larger and more professional companies that I have reviewed in the past. I’m going to highlight on some key aspects of the plan below. However, the nature of the site and the information available means that in some cases it really isn’t clear what is going on.
The site makes use of two different payment approaches (or pay plans). One is called 2×2 Dynamic Follow Matrix and the other is called Infinity 3-Up Pass Up. The first of these appears to be a structure that includes you, the first two people that you recruit and the first two people that each of these people recruit. That adds up to a total of seven people and looks like this:
Basically, the plan seems to be a structure that allows for income and for potential bonuses. The idea is that you scale upwards, growing the number of 2×2 matrices that you have over time. That has the potential to earn you more money – and get the company more paying members.
The second approach that the site promotes is a bit more complicated. It isn’t explained in the text on the website and without understandable audio, the video isn’t all that clear.
In general though, it kind of looks like the approach a handful of MLMs do. Under this approach, you earn 100% commissions, but only on some of your sales. From the image, I would guess that you earn those commissions on three sales (hence the name), while you don’t get any commissions on the other two.
The company does also refer to this as a ‘100% Payout Plan’, which reinforces that idea.
Claiming that plans like this offer 100% commission is really misleading. If you get 100% three times out of five, then you aren’t actually getting 100% at all. Instead, you’re getting an average of 60% commission per sale.
Now, if the whole thing works as the owner claims, there is the potential to earn money. However, your chances really don’t look that good. After all, you’re making money by recruiting others, and there isn’t much appealing about Supreme Wealth Alliance.
The potential to make money with Supreme Wealth Alliance is pretty low because of its MLM model, the poor quality of the site and the fact that its product simply isn’t worth the effort. All of this would make it extremely difficult to recruit people to the company or just to sell the products.
The emphasis on recruitment is one of the major challenge of the MLM model. Another major issue is that you are trying to convince people into buying products that they probably haven’t heard of and aren’t interested in.
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