The person behind The Commission Multiplier leads you to believe that you can make $10K a month with a simple method.
But in this review, I’m about to explain why raking in that amount of cash on a monthly is no cake walk.
Plus, I’m gonna reveal the true intentions of this product, so buckle up the ride!
At a Quick Glance
Name: The Commission Multiplier (TCM).
Owner: Ace (supposedly).
Cost: $47 + $1,000s in Upsells.
My Score: 2/10.
- None that really spring to mind
- A hypey & rehashed sales pitch making unrealistic claims
- The owner uses an alias & voiceover (in my opinion)
- TCM is non-existent – It funnels you into a different system
- Comes with a price tag of $1,000s for products & other expenses
- It faces the risk of being shut down by the FTC
Not only is The Commission Multiplier sales pitch full to the brim of hype and red flags…
But you’ll be paying for something that doesn’t exist.
Well, it does (lol), but just don’t expect to get your hands on the magical system that’s promised on the tin.
Because instead, you’ll join the Super Affiliate Network which is a high ticket recruitment program that’ll cost you an arm and a leg.
The only ones who potentially make a fortune from SAN are the ones who are able to splash out $1,000s for the membership packages…
Oh, and who also design hyped-up bridge pages like TCM to fool your ass.
Final Verdict: Not Recommended.
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What’s The Commission Multiplier All About, You Ask?
According to “Ace” (the Commission Multiplier creator and sales video spokeswoman), you’re about to discover the most valuable cash product secrets on the internet.
Say hello to Ace.
But given that the fact that there’s just a first name, voice, and a picture to go by, makes me suspicious of the lady, in all honesty.
She then asks you what you would do with an extra $10,000 or more on a monthly basis.
This is to get your thought juices flowing so you’re more open to the idea of her magical solution to all your financial dreams.
Drum roll, please…
YUP, a simple and easy 100% ‘Done-For-You’ system that’s gonna do all the legwork for you.
I hate to break it to you, but no such system exists *GASP*.
Sure, there are DFY money-making systems like 12 Minute Affiliate and Done For You Services, don’t get me wrong.
BUT they all require time, effort, cash injections, and patience before you can have a wildly profitable online Biz on your hands.
Because you still need to generate that word called “TRAFFIC”, which is all on you.
The other thing about TCM that raised a red flag is that I’ve seen the sales pitch before. Multiple times, in fact.
Here’s the proof:
- The Profit Shortcut
- Home Cashflow Shortcut
- And The IM Profit Multiplier, to name a few products I’ve reviewed.
This “Ace” character sure has many cards up her sleeve (sorry, I couldn’t resist the pun lol).
I dunno about you, but these clones tell me that she’s desperate and definitely has something to hide…
How Does The Commission Multiplier Actually Work?
Unfortunately, TCM is a non-existent system.
Because it’s just a bridge page by some “affiliate” to refer you to a high-ticket system called the Super Affiliate Network (SAN).
And a costly one running into $1,000s, at that!
Because Misha Wilson (the creator) has made into a “plug n’ play” system similar to Fullstaq Marketer and Legendary Marketer.
Where the name of the game is to buy expensive training products and implement the training to recruit others into the system.
Whenever your recruits buy the same membership packages as you…
That’s when your account does that KA-CHING sound with beefy commissions rolling in.
Well, in an ideal world, anyway.
But the biggest problem with SAN is that the majority of members are unable to afford to go “all in”.
Hence, why only a handful of members make the big bucks with the system. The proof’s in the pudding:
Trust me, this is the reason why I ejected from the Empower Network in 2013, which eventually went bust.
However, the real danger of jumping into bed with SAN lies within the risk of it being shut down by the Federal Trade Commission.
Because of it being a “coaching scheme”.
Which is the same thing that happened to both MOBE and Digital Altitude, if you remember?
So unfortunately, these high ticket systems are now under immense scrutiny.
Final Conclusion: Is The Commission Multiplier a Scam?
Well, considering The Commission Multiplier creator delivers a hypey sales pitch filled with unrealistic income expectations…
And also given the fact that TCM is just a bridge page walking you into a totally different system called the Super Affiliate Network…
Then YES, it’s a scam because it doesn’t exist, right?
Having already tried SAN in the past, SAN itself a legitimate platform that can make you money, don’t get me wrong.
To increase your chances of raking in the big bucks, you must spend big yourself and recruit others who have cash to burn themselves.
Otherwise, you’ll be in the same boat as the majority of members – struggling against the tide to turn a buck online.
You also need to bear in mind that SAN runs the risk of capsizing when the FTC rocks the boat because of the nature of the costly system.
So based on all those points, join TCM (or should I say SAN?) at your own risk.
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Got any questions or thoughts to share on TCM? Please hop on the conversation below…
Thank you very much for dropping this review on commission multiplier. I really did enjoy going through this review because it contains valuable information that everyone needs.
From what I’ve read, I’ll agree with you that commission multiplier is a scam. I also agree with you in your stance on affiliate marketing. The Wealthy Affiliate platform is a really great one and very legit. I recommend it 101%.
It’s my pleasure, Sophie!
Glad my review has steered you away from the scam, and Wealthy Affiliate sure is the bees knees. 🙂
I had not heard of The Commission Multiplier before but wow, it does say SCAM from the start! I cannot imagine putting even $1 toward something like this, but then people must be handing over the money if they are still in business.
Hopefully, the FTC will keep watch over them. Better still, I hope people learn to see these “get-rich-quick with no effort” schemes for what they truly are – just a way for the creator of the scheme to rake in money.
Thanks for bringing this one to my attention. Yet another of the scams I’ll be avoiding!
Well, you have now, Diane! 😉
YUP, newbies will be falling for this scam left, right and centre, unfortunately. But as for the Super Affiliate Network and other high ticket schemes, I’m sure the FTC will pounce at some point. It probably doesn’t have the resources to take them all out at once lol.
For the fact that the upsells are really bogus and just way way out of what I could literally be expecting makes me feel this is just overpriced and everything about this big ticket scheme is simply spitting the reason we should avoid this at all costs.
Thank you for taking your time to point out through this review, the reason we should not be in this program.
I wouldn’t say the upsells are bogus with the Super Affiliate Network because there’s value to be squeezed from them. It’s the high price points (as you say) and how the system functions are what make SAN bogus, in my opinion.
It’s a pleasure!