Thursday, August 3, 2017

Digital Altitude Review

Digital Altitude was, supposedly, created by Michael Force, retired US Marine, and former Empower Network Top Producer, with a history of scam reports. It is a High Ticket MLM Pyramid scheme that teaches you the best ways to target unsuspecting and gullible opportunity seekers, and convince them that a membership in Digital Altitude will make them rich beyond imagination.

Members are called Affiliates and receive a commission for every new member they recruit into this scheme. At the same time, Affiliates are building their ‘downline‘ of affiliates, three tiers deep. The only purpose of Digital Altitude is to recruit as many new members as you possible can, and build a huge team of affiliates. 

How Does Digital Altitude Work?

They give you a $1, Fourteen-Day-Trial, which is nothing more than a good way to collect some of your personal data, most importantly, your credit card information. Other than that, you’ll get to watch a lengthy sales video, geared to convince you to join as a paying member. 

It will cost you $17 per month to become an affiliate. At that point, you are called an Aspire member, and you will have access to some training videos and a life-time coach. The coach is supposed to guide you through the pyramid, but the main purpose is to get as much of your hard earned money as possible. They are not really coaches, but highly trained boiler-room salespeople to close deals.

There are THREE Aspire levels with different cost, different commission payouts and different training levels. You see, they ‘drip-feed‘ you training for one simply reason: You want us to teach you more, you have to pay more.

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