Carlton Weiss is the founder of Private Wealth Academy. They can show ya how to build $50k in corporate credit without personal liability. Meaning, you do not have to personally pay back those debts. In their Corporate Credit Secrets webinar, they open with the usual. Jobs suck. Owning your own business is better, but it’s hard. Most fail. And it’s usually due to a lack of funding. Which sets the stage perfectly for the solution they’re about to sell you.
“Thanks to a new, smart side hustle, you have a way to get $50,000 in funding while working less hours than a part-time job,” this dude named Zachary says. “Without struggling through all of the expense and toil of building a business from the ground up. This works whether you have a business or not. If you follow these steps, yes, you can receive $50,000 from the banks. And again, you are not personally liable to pay it back. Use the money however you want, for business or personal.”
Zachary apparently joined Private Wealth Academy a while back. This, after a string of botched businesses had him buried in debt. Not long after enrolling, though, he had gotten approved for $75k in business credit. Even if he spent every penny of that and decided not to pay it back, he could declare corporate bankruptcy. Meaning, it would never affect him personally. Anyone, even you, can get a “no profit business” to at least $50 Gs in corporate credit, Zachary claims. Okay, but how?
He doesn’t really say. Just that it could take up to six months. And then, after that six months, you could potentially get more. And that 948 people have joined him in leveraging this “simple, straight-to-the-money Corporate Credit program.” And some of ’em have gotten approved for as much as a quarter-million dollars. Many have quit their jobs, built their businesses, achieved their American Dream. Alls you need is a phone and a laptop and their super secret instruction manual.
Which brings us to the catch. You gotta buy Private Wealth Academy’s Corporate Credit Secrets course if you want the actual how-to. The core training will essentially show you how to screw over the banks. Make a fake company that you don’t plan on doing anything with, get as much business credit as you can, spend it all, then bankrupt the company. Their sales page literally says that. And yeah, the banks are usually the ones doing the screwing, I get it. But like we learned in kindergarten: two wrongs don’t make a right.
There’s modules on removing personal liability; on setting up credit-optimized corporations that won’t draw any red flags or get you blacklisted; there’s a list of the best corporate credit cards to apply for (or more likely, the ones that pay them the biggest commission); there’s a section on obtaining corporate credit loans, to the tune of $250k or more; you get a prebuilt website, logo, and letterheads, so you can quickly and easily look like a real company when you’re not; and tons of other shady stuff, I’m sure. Cost is $997 if you’re into that sorta thing.
Of course, they have the perfect testimonial to handle my objection. Desi Williams says, “When I first bought the program, I thought this was dishonest and it sounds like stealing. But then you showed me how the elites were doing this but on a much bigger scale. That the Federal Reserve still pays the banks on all of these unpaid debts. So I couldn’t feel bad. And now I can get free business credit with no personal responsibility.” I’m 99% sure this and other “reviews” were paid actors. Just waaay too perfect.