Christian Martin has a new YouTube ad where he goes off on gurus. Are you as sick of their rented Lambos and mansions as he is? How about their “secret systems” and “simple three step formulas?” Or when they brag about how much money they make but you know it’s all from selling courses? If you’re over it, Christian will teach you how to become a digital nomad without any hype or trickery. Read on for my Work From Anywhere Accelerator review.
What will you learn inside the Work From Anywhere Accelerator course? Christian will show you how to run Facebook and Instagram ads for clients. It’s a legit business model. Many business owners will happily pay a flat fee plus ad spend if you can multiply their money. There are only two downsides. One, there are thousands of courses that teach the same thing. Each with hundreds or even thousands of students. That’s a lot of competition. Two, Facebook ads are only getting pricier and riskier. It’s a brittle basket to have all your eggs in.
How much does the Work From Anywhere Accelerator program cost? There used to be a sales page where you could buy it at any time for $1,497. Christian has switched to a phone close and upped the price to $3,000. Payment plans are available if needed. There’s a confusing sixty day refund policy. You have to prove you went through the entire training, implemented each step, and still got no results. If you can do that, Christian will give you your money back plus a hundred bucks for wasting your time.
Is Christian Martin really the anti-guru he claims to be? I’m not so sure that he is. I found his YouTube ad ironic. He calls out gurus for being deceptive. Goes so far as to show pictures of guys like Tai Lopez, Grant Cardone, and Kevin David. Then the rest of the ad is Christian showing clips of his amazing lifestyle. Traveling the world. Working from the beach. You click over to his registration page and the headline reads: “The Repeatable 3-Step Process We Use To Get Paid $9,000/Month For One Social Media Post (Even Right Now!).” Oh, and no tech stuff, no hard costs, and it’s completely beginner-friendly. I mean, Christian. Isn’t that the type of stuff gurus do? Use lifestyle marketing and promise big money from little work?
What are people saying about the Work From Anywhere Accelerator? Reviews are split down the middle. There are students getting results, flashing checks, and praising Christian. But there are also complaints about misleading marketing, hidden expenses once you’re in, having to cold call and beg for business, obnoxious upsells, and refund requests that just get ignored. For me, the hypocrisy was a big turnoff. If your entire ad campaign is about being the anti-guru, you better be squeaky clean; and Christian wasn’t. Sure, he didn’t rent a Lambo for his pitch video, but everything else about his funnel was very guru-esque. For that reason, alone, I can’t recommend WFA Accelerator.
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