Marc Wilson is running an interesting YouTube ad. “Skipping this ad will cost you key information on how Callie, a stay-at-home mom, was able to make $3,500 over the weekend with a single sale,” he says. “Or how Mark and Julie collected over $38 grand in a single week.” He then introduces himself as a retired U.S. Army member turned seven figure earner. Read on for my Prosperity Warrior review.
Marc says he’s been working in direct sales for four years now. And he quickly started pulling in six figures per month. “It was the perfect opportunity for me to make additional income without any commute,” he explained. “Without starting another 20 year career. And with all the time in the world to spend with my family. Go fishing. And in general, just smell the roses.”
Now he’s looking for others who want to make the same type of life-changing income without suffering through soulless classes taught by fruitless gurus, as he calls them. “So I wrote my book: The Prosperity Warrior War Map,” he says. It’ll reveal his exact process for reeling in commissions of $1,500 on up to $15,000 or more. Of course, to get it, Marc asks you to click over to his landing page and enter your email.
After doing so, you’re taken to a private page with another video from Marc. He tells you his “book” should arrive in your inbox shortly. But first, he’s got some bonuses he’d like to give you. Turns out, Marc would like to cordially invite you to join the most blatant pyramid scheme I’ve ever seen. I wish I was joking. You end up on a page that basically says, “If you sign up at this level, you’ll make this much per sale; but if you sign up at this level, you’ll make even more.”
I’m pretty sure I’ve seen this scam before, operating under a different name. JBW Business Coaching or JBW Marketing Blueprint or something. This was a few months back. At that time, Matt Graham and Orlando Diaz were the fraudsters sitting at the top of the triangle. It appears Marc Wilson has now joined them. Even more disgusting is that he’s playing the “I served our country” card to win people over.
Guys. Wake up. The Prosperity Warrior is just something catchy Marc came up with to get suckers to sign up under him. Once enough negative reviews (like this) are published, he’ll have to shut it down and come up with a new angle. No one knows the name of the actual MLM company these charlatans are getting rich off of, and that’s by design. This is purely a money grab for the handful of scumbags at the top of the comp plan. They’ll run it as long as they can. But sooner or later, they’ll close up shop before the FTC catches wind of it and guys like Marc, Matt, and Orlando end up behind bars.
I literally feel sick scrolling through this sales page. There’s hardly a mention of the “e-learning products” you’d be selling. It’s just a bunch of videos of people opening checks, and them asking: “How much would you like to make on every sale?”
Their cheapest package is $3,247. That gets you a $1,500 payout per sale. Their most expensive package is $21,847. That earns you a whopping $10,500 per sale. But if you buy within the next 48 hours, they’ll increase your commission to 75%, which bumps you up to that $15k per sale number Marc mentioned earlier. Barf. I can’t. Shame on you Marc Wilson, if that’s even your real name.