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Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review Warning – Scams & Lies Beware


Right then, I’m getting emails daily about this recently so I figured I’d do a post about it.

Also, there’s gonna be some major debunking going off in this post too.

Trust me, there’s a lot of scammers out there who just want to make a quick buck of you.

But don’t worry – I’m gonna be pointing out all their BS so know what to look out for.

Also, if you don’t believe me, stick around to the end…

I’ll be backing everything up with rock-solid proof at the end of this post.

So with that said, lets get straight to it…

Basically, people are emailing me about my course, the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0

They’re interested in the course – and as a result – they’re looking up Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews for it.

Nothing wrong with that, of course…

However, they’re coming across these reviews where they’re recommending another product.

This “recommended” product is ALWAYS the same on all these sites too.

In fact, you may of heard of it, it’s called Wealthy Affiliate program.

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review - Scam Warning

Want to know how to create review sites with fake reviews & deceive people into buying Wealthy Affiliate? If so, Wealthy Affiliate is where it’s at, apparently…

And this just isn’t happening to my Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 either…

Oh no, they’re also recommending it over all the products they review on their sites, as well.

Now let me tell you something…

After going through every single one of these reviews, It’s become obvious to me…

That is, the vast majority of these reviewers have NEVER had access to the Evergreen Wealth formula 2.0, at all.

And I’m certain they haven’t had access to the other products on their sites too.

How do I know? Well, read on and I’ll explain…

But the first thing I wanna cover is the product they recommend: Wealthy Affiliate.

The most revealing thing about Wealthy Affiliate is what it teaches you…

From what I’ve heard, WA shows you how to build review sites and rank ’em in Google.

Not only that, but to make Wealthy Affiliate their no:1 recommended product too.

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…And there we have it – straight from the horse’s mouth. Wealthy Affiliate member Jerry Huang clearly admits in the comment section in this very post he didn’t purchase and have access to Evergreen Wealth Formula when writing his review for it. I guess that’s why his Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review is full of inaccuracies, huh…

So yeah, as you can see…

These reviewers are basically following the Wealthy Affiliate formula to a Tee.

And as a result, you’re not looking at reviews, but promotions for the Wealthy Affiliate.

I mean, it’s kinda obvious when you look at their sites anyway – same layout etc.

Other tell-tale signs are:

  • How they score their products (legit/scam, “not recommended” or out of ten)
  • Comparison charts (Rigged to favour Wealthy Affiliate, of course)
  • They position themselves as “scam busters” calling out scams (I know, the irony…)
  • Fake comment section (I’ll be getting to this in a minute)
  • Recommending Wealthy Affiliate at the end of the review (obviously)

If you see any of the above, then congrats, you’ve landed on a Wealthy Affiliate site.

Plus, the information in these reviews are so wildly incorrect, it’s astonishing they’re even taken as fact

Now that’s all fine and dandy, but how do I know their reviews are fake?

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review Scam Warning

WebMarketSupport[DOT]com reckons I’ve bought all the video testimonials from Fiverr but I can verify every single one of them as actual Evergreen Wealth Formula customers as I have them all in my Paypal account. He also says the EWF is just a landing page and how to drive traffic. Once again – shows these guys have no clue what they’re on about.

Well, with regards to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 reviews, it’s REALLY obvious

First up, they’ve ALL applied to become an affiliate for the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0.

However, I’ve refused every single one of them.

Why? Because the affiliate program is only open to fully paid up members.

Don’t get me wrong…

I ask them to send me the email that’s associated with their EWF account.

But guess what… They NEVER get back to me about it.

This is for the simple reason they don’t have access so they can’t be approved.

Instead, something else funny happens…

The following day, Google Alerts notifies me there’s a new Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review in Google.

And guess what? Yup, that’s right…

The guy I denied as an affiliate has gone and wrote a review for the EWF 2.0 course.

And surprise, surprise, he’s recommending Wealthy Affiliate over my course.

(Even though he’s NEVER had access to the Evergreen Wealth Formula, in the first place)

Fake reviews

This Evergreen Wealth Formula review uses a comparison chart purposely rigged in favour of the Wealthy Affiliate program. They claim to have access to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0. But if they did, they would know the affiliate program is only open to EWF members. Also, they don’t link to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 with their affiliate link. Why? Because for the simple reason they don’t have access to the course they’re reviewing…

Seriously, you would be shocked the amount of times this happens

In fact, here’s the process what happens:

  • They apply to become an Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 affiliate.
  • I ask them to send the email that’s associated with their EWF 2.0 account.
  • They never reply back.
  • Then Google Alerts notifies of a new Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review the next day.

And trust me, I KNOW it’s them…

The info they give me to become an affiliate matches their site info.

So yeah, it’s definitely them – without a shadow of doubt.

Okay, so you’re probably thinking how come their Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 reviews are so detailed, right?

I mean, the amount of detail these guys go in their reviews are absolutely phenomenal.

They cover all the chapters and modules… Everything, basically.

Yet, they’ve never had access to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 course in their life?

Well, let me tell you…

What they’re doing is getting all the info from the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 sales video.

You see, there’s a section in the video where I give a overview of the entire course.

However, there’s one teeny weeny problem…

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review - Scam Warning

Meet Miren from himoneybyescams[DOT]com. She likes to write reviews about products she’s never used. Well, that’s the case with the Evergreen Wealth Formula. I’ve looked Miren up but she’s never purchased, plus there’s tons of incorrect information in her review too.

I haven’t updated that part of the sales video since 2013.

I have, however, updated the course considerably since then.

I’ve added new modules, renamed the old ones, updated the content – the whole lot, really.

(The Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 is constantly updated – hence “evergreen”)

So when I’m reading these reviews, it’s so obvious to me they’re getting their info from there.

All the info they give corresponds with what I say and show in that video.

(Which is drastically out of date, remember)

I’ll give ’em one thing though…

They’ve really data-mined the crap out of that video though.

They must of  downloaded the video and zoomed in the get the module names etc.

This goes to show – once again – they haven’t got access to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 whatsoever

They’re just trying to trick you into thinking they know what they’re on about.

Then do the ol’ Switcharoo & send you to the Wealthy Affiliate program instead.

…Things you do for those monthly recurring commissions, eh.

Ah, but the fakery doesn’t end there either my friend, it gets worse – a lot worse…

You see, the comment section isn’t up to snuff either.

Let me give you an example…

This is a Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review from affiliate-sale[DOT]com:

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review

Eh? But the Evergreen Wealth Formula has NEVER taught SEO or Backlinking for that matter. Also, you’d think Peter G (Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review’er) would point that out too – strange, indeed.

As you can see, Nicole isn’t a happy-chappy with the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0…

Fair doos, but this is where it gets interesting…

She says the backlinking methods taught in the course are out of date.

That, and it could do more damage than good to your site.

Scary stuff, right… Definitely don’t want that happening to your site.

But here’s the thing…

I don’t teach SEO in the course and I definitely don’t teach backlinking either.

Now if ol’ Nicole had access to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0, she would KNOW this.

And while we’re at it… Peter G (site owner & reviewer) doesn’t correct her either.

I mean, he should know – he went through the EWF 2.0 with a fine-tooth comb, after all.

But oh no, he’s too busy pushin’ his “Wealthy Affiliate” affiliate link to care.

And it’s not just this site either…

This is happening on all the other Wealthy Affiliate review sites too…

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review - Scam Warning

Rufat from yourincomeadvisor[DOT]com actually bought the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0, but here’s the thing – he reviewed it in 2015, but he didn’t actually buy the course until 2018! The reason why he bought it years after reviewing it is because he wasn’t happy to have his picture here, I guess. Anyway, when you read his review, you’re reading tweaked EWF1 review which isn’t really still accurate, but still…

So yeah, the comments appear to be fake accounts with a bias towards Wealthy Affiliate.

I mean, don’t get me wrong, it’s powerful stuff from a marketing point of view…

It adds A LOT more creditability to your reviews because everyone says it.

But at the same time, it’s scummy, unethical and your lying to your visitors, as well.

Heck, I’ve even tried to leave a comment myself, pointing out these mistakes & errors.

And this isn’t in a nasty, vindictive way…

Oh no, in fact, my comments are written in a very friendly, approachable tone.

I simply say some of the information in the comments/review is incorrect, that’s all.

But strangely enough, my comments NEVER seem to get approved on these reviews.

I guess it goes against their narrative, if you know what I mean.

Anyway, I think you get the idea…

If you see a site and it recommend Wealthy Affiliate every single time…

Then my advice to you is to run for the hills and don’t look back – ever

Every Wealthy Affiliate site I’ve seen so far haven’t seen the products they review.

In fact, their sites are not there to help or educate you…

They’re just designed with the sole purpose to make the site owner money.

…And that’s obviously by getting you to sign up the Wealthy Affiliate program.

Now don’t get me wrong…

There’s nothing wrong designing a site to make you money – we all do it.

However, you MUST deliver genuine value to your visitors in the process.

I mean, checkout this very blog you’re on right now…

Yes, it makes me money, but I deliver tons & tons of value in the process.

In fact, there’s more “how to” guides on this blog than anything else.

And this is something I simply don’t see on these Wealthy Affiliate sites, at all.

Just fake reviews and the token affiliate link to Wealthy Affiliate, of course.

Fake reviews

Another WA member who wrote a Evergreen wealth Formula 2.0 review admitting he doesn’t have access to the products he reviews. Like I said, this is common practice Within the Wealthy Affiliate community. If you don’t believe me, here’s the exact page I got the quote from: yourincomeadvisor[DOT]com/is-wealthy-affiliate-a-scam-is-it-really-1-product-out-there-or-just-a-waste-of-time/

One final note…

If you’re sat there thinking I’m making this up, then here’s the rock-solid proof I promised earlier…

It’s basically a thread over at the Warrior Forum (world’s biggest internet marketing forum).

It’s a Wealthy Affiliate review thread and I recommend you read it.

You’ll see other marketers are saying the EXACT SAME thing as me.

And these guys are experienced marketers too – so they’re aware of these tactics.

Plus, you’re not allowed affiliate links so there’s no financial incentive.

Just people sharing their genuine feelings on how they feel about the Wealthy Affiliate.

First up, here’s what “Gluckspilz” said about Wealthy Affiliate:

Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews

Basically everything I’ve said about Wealthy Affiliate summarised in this comment

Thinking it’s one-off?

If so, here’s a post from Chyan007 from the exact same thread:


Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review Scam Warning

And trust me, there’s a lot more comments saying the same thing about Wealthy Affiliate too.

So yeah, check it out – it’s real eye opener, for sure.

If you want to read the entire Wealthy Affiliate review thread, you can do so here.

Still not convinced?

If so, then checkout what people are saying in this different thread:

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review - Scam Warning

Read the red box as it’s what I’ve been talking about in this “Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review” post.

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review - Scam Warning

Exactly what I said – unethical training that damage other people’s reputation for the sake of a commission. This is why you should be careful when looking for Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews as most are fake.

This is the exact problem I’m facing with all the fake Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 reviews at the moment.

You can read the full review thread here if you’re interested.

And if that’s not enough proof for you…

You can checkout this podcast where Mike from SiteSell is saying the exact same thing:

Fake Reviews With Mike Allton and Jeff Sieh
They even did a in depth case-study on Wealthy Affiliate which you can read here.

(It’s a long read so arm yourself with your fave beverage before starting!)

Anyway, thanks for reading…

As per usual – if you’ve got any questions – feel free to leave a comment down below.

Love to hear your thoughts or experiences on this.

Has this happened to you when you searched for “Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review”?

…Or any other internet marketing or biz op product for that matter?

If so, let me know down below 🙂

Till then, stay awesome my friend,

James Scholes

P.S. Oh, one more thing…

If you’re interested, I’ve got a video on this subject too.

Well worth a watch if you’ve got time to kill (but hey, I’m biased lol)

Anyway, you can watch my Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review warning video here:

Evergreen Wealth Formula Review Warning - Do Not Buy Until You see This [IMPORTANT]


Right then, I’ve got some good news and some bad news…

The good news is that I’ve just launched the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 🙂

The bad news is that the fake Wealthy Affiliate reviews are starting to appear for it.

Seriously, I don’t know if to laugh or cry when I see these so-called “reviews” .

On one hand, the amount of incorrect info in these fake Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 reviews is laughably bad.

But on the other hand, a lot of people believe these sites as creditable reviews sites.

So what I’m going to do is point out how full of crap they are & why you should ignore them.

First up, is Anis Chity over at fulltimehomebusiness[DOT]com:

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review - Scam Warning

There’s nothing honest here, well, not when it comes to their Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review anyway…

Now surprisingly, Anis has given the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 a decent review.

But that said, the amount of incorrect information he gives is absolutely astonishing.

Take for example, where Anis lists what’s inside the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0.

Here’s what he says:

Evergreen Wealth Formula Review - Scam Warning

Not one of these modules are in the new Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 course. Basically, fulltimehomebusiness[DOT]com has copied this information from all the fake Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews for the original EWF1 course, which was massively incorrect anyway.

How kind of Anis share what’s inside with his Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review.

There’s one teeny-weeny problem, however…

Not one of those modules are in the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0, at all.

Seriously, not one, but here’s the funny thing about it…

You don’t even have to buy the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 to know this either.

Why? Because on the sales page, I’ve put a video showing you what’s inside the course.

If Anis just scrolled down the page and spend 5 minutes watching the video, he would know this.

So where did our good friend Anis get this info from?

Well, he copied this info from all the other fake reviews for the original EWF.

(And even then, it’s still wildly incorrect for the original version of the EWF too)

I could go on because everything he details in his Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review is literally flat-out wrong.

But this alone should be enough to discredit his Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review altogether.

Okay, lets move onto the next one…

The second guy is Derek Martin from thewealthybum[DOT]com:

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review - Scam Warning

Now Derek doesn’t go into detail like Anis does (thank god, eh) so he’s harder to disprove.

That said, he does say these are the new updates in this Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review:

Trust me, this isn’t the only thing has has been updated in the Evergreen Wealth Formula. Everything has been built from the ground up, with all new training and brand new methods.

Seriously, there is so much wrong with this, here’s why…

First up, the 1-on-1 email support wasn’t just added.

I’ve been doing free “1-on-1 email support” for the original EWF way back in 2013.

Secondly, the “Automated Traffic Streams” are not the only thing added either.

If Derek had access to both versions, he would know it’s been build from the ground up.

New member’s area, new training, new methods – everything is new, basically.

Another thing he says is that the new automated traffic streams only sends junk traffic.

Once again, this is complete, utter rubbish…

I’ve been working on this method for over a year and it’s how I drive all my traffic, these days.

And believe me, it converts amazingly well for me, and for others who use it as well.

But here’s the big take away with Derek’s Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review…

He reveals nothing in this Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review that the sales letter already reveals.

…And that – to me – is a big red flag, right there.

A good reviewer would go into detail about the course and what’s inside.

Derek hasn’t done this because, lets be honest, he hasn’t got a clue what’s inside, does he.


I looked up Derek & Anis in the EWF customer database but nothing came up, unsurprisingly.

Also, where are the affiliate links for their Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews?

You make a $100 for each sale you make so it’s a no-brainer to add ’em, after all.

I mean, they’ve added their Wealthy Affiliate links and the reviews are not even about that?

Could be that the affiliate program is only open to EWF members & they’re not actually the EWF members?

I know, right… The thought they could be lying never crossed my mind 😉

At the end of the day…

These guys are not scam busters… They’re just scammers, unfortunately.

Lying to people for financial gain is the very definition of a scam, and that’s what they’re doing.

So please, if you see one of these sites that constantly pushes the Wealthy Affiliate…

Then my advice is to leave immediately and never go back.

These fake Wealthy Affiliate review sites are everywhere in Google, these days.

Thankfully, you know what to look for – and once you’ve seen one – you’ve seen ’em all.

Anyway, share your thoughts below – would love to hear your take on this.

James Scholes

Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review Scam Warning

About The Author

James Scholes

James Scholes is a blogger with 15+ years experience in digital marketing. He specialises in affiliate marketing, SEO and is also the founder/owner of James-Scholes.com. These days, James spends most of his time creating free training on his blog people can use to increase traffic and improve sales in their own businesses.


  • peter adams

    James is right. I’ve seen a lot of review sites degrading a certain product and then they end up promoting another product instead. One which they’re probably getting an affiliate commission for. I’m always a bit wary of review sites because I really don’t think a lot of them are genuine at all. It’s like a way of them getting you to buy another product which THEY have an interest in. The thing is they look very genuine and the person because of this sounds and looks like a “guru” and also makes him or her look like an AUTHORITY figure who knows what they’re talking about. It’s a subtle way of getting someone to buy their other product. It’s like a dirty trick.

    All I know is this. I think James Scholes must be one of the most genuine persons about in Internet Marketing. I first came across him when I think I was trying to find out how to make a squeeze page or something like that and I looked on You TUbe for answers. Although there were many videos on the subject, There was something about James and the way he taught which grabbed me. I like the way he comes over with his jokes etc. He’s a no nonsense guy with no fluff about him. I was looking to buy some course at the time on Internet Marketing which James mentioned, but what Made me buy from him was that on the video he mentioned the Evergreen Wealth Formula. But his tone wasn’t pushy. If I remember rightly he actually said something on the lines of “check out my Evergreen Wealth Formula”, but I don’t mind if you don’t buy… that’s up to you.”

    And as far as support is concerned, he has never once taken more than a few hours to reply to my emails. He never leaves you “high and dry” like some people do.

    So to sum up, I think James’s “Evergreen Wealth Formula” must be one of the best courses out there. And for the price and lifetime support it’s a “steal”.

    Pete… “Evergreen Wealth Formula” student. (and glad of it)

  • Thank you Pete for taking the time to write that… Really do appreciate it.

    To be honest, it’s a big problem – not just for me – but for all internet marketing products.

    A lot of the more experienced people are probably aware of this but the beginners are not.

    And like you said, some of these sites look so genuine, that’s they’re hard not to believe.

    Anyway, once again, thanks again for stopping by and sharing your thoughts on it… Appreciate it, Pete 🙂

    Speak soon, buddy.

    James Scholes

  • Rob

    Hey James,

    Everytime I look for a product review online, the first thing I do is to scroll first up to the bottom on the page and if I see a comparison box comparing a product and the WA, I’ll then automatically click that “X” on my browser. LOL


  • Tell me about it, Rob…

    To be honest, the worse thing you can do these days is to literally Google reviews – especially IM products.

    It’s just awash with fake reviews nowadays, trying to deceive you into buying another product.

    The big problem here though is the beginners…

    People like me and you know about this, but the beginners fall for it hook, line and sinker every time.

    I mean, if you wasn’t aware of these tactics, the reviews come of so genuine.

    It’s basically a minefield out there – especially for a beginners in this game.

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment anyway, Rob… Appreciate it.

    Stay awesome my friend 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Beatrice Brown

    Hey James,

    I know for a fact that you email personally because I have emailed you and have got an answer.

  • Yeah, I don’t hire staff for support or anything – just little ol’ me on the other end, I’m afraid lol.

    In fact, I prefer it that way ’cause I like being more “hands on” in my business.

    But not only that, I also get to know my customers and subscribers better, and as a result, get to build genuine relationships with them too – which is always a bonus in my opinion.

    Good to hear from you anyway, Beatrice… Lovin’ your website by the way 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Mrs L A Gibb

    Hi James, been out of action for awhile. I can tell you this to people who find you and looking for a product to buy, James is the greatest guy around in Internet Marketing. He is always considerate and answers your questions promptly when you are having trouble. I have for a long time before I met James kept running into Gurus who were wanting to make a fast buck. People like Wealthy Affiliate they make me sick to the stomach, trying to put good people like James and knocking his product which is very explainatory. For me James is inspirational for me. Well James you know what I mean since we last spoke lol, getting back into action again. Hope you are well. I should not worry if I were you about the Wealthy Affiliate, word soon gets around about how underhanded they are. Anyways they only jealous because you doing so good like many other genuine people out there.

    Regard Mrs L A Gibb

  • Hey Lisa… Good to hear from you 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by and saying what you said in your comment, by the way.

    And yeah, hopefully, more people will learn the truth about Wealthy Affiliate.

    It’s just sad that some of these “review” sites are calling me and other legit marketers scammers, yet I KNOW for a fact they’ve never had access to my Evergreen Wealth Formula course.

    And if they’re doing it with my course, I’m pretty certain all the other reviews on these sites are fake too.

    Good to hear you’re back again anyway, Lisa.

    Keep up the good work and you know where I am if you need anything 🙂

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Graeme

    I heard about this opportunity so I took it and it was really great idea

  • Thanks, Graeme… Glad you’re diggin’ it, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • yevonne

    When I started researching online courses etc i noticed that this is a common unethical tactic used by several companies. NO matter what you search for their article shows up telling you how awful it is and then surprise, surprise they suggest something that works and it just happens to be the program that they are in.

  • Hi Yvonne,

    Yeah, whenever you’re Googling a internet marketing product, you’ll see these fake reviews literally everywhere.

    I mean, if you’ve been internet marketing for a while, you soon pick up on this tactic and learn to ignore ’em.

    However, it’s the beginners who get roped in as they’re not aware of these unethical methods.

    Me personally, I’ve never bought into Wealthy Affiliate but it must be tough to invest into it, only to find out you fell for it yourself and now you have to create reviews for products you’ve never reviewed or have no intention to review, for that matter.

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment anyway, Yevonne… Appreciate it 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Moses

    Thanks for the wonderful website, keep up the good work.

  • Will do, Moses 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Suehila Smith

    Thanks James. I’m so glad you took the time to write this piece.
    You know, my son had listened to some of your videos before I did. And I told him you know, make sure that you are honest when you edit those pages that James has provided for you! And he said “Yes, I changed them. James said ‘don’t lie'” And I thought, “Yes! This is a program I can trust.” Then when I was listening I heard it as well. He was in the room and said, “See! He said don’t lie.”
    And I thought, wow. My son’s first experience in internet marketing and making money – and he says not to lie. Now there is a mentor for you.
    Thanks for this enlightening article. There is no reason to sell your soul for a few extra bucks. Ever.
    God bless James. Thanks for your patience and your VERY rapid response to all of my long-winded emails!!

  • Thank you, Sue… Appreciate you stopping by and saying that.

    Unfortunately, there’s a lot of unhonest, folk out there – especially in the internet marketing game.

    Also, I’m glad you’re enjoying the support you get with the Evergreen Wealth Formula course too.

    Talking of which, don’t forget to check your email too as I’ve just replied to it 🙂

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Gwendolyn Gail Stenersen

    I have seen this so many times……every time I try to do my due diligence on any im product, it seems….I caught onto them back in the day quite quickly….they all seem to use the same recipe, as well….
    1) Add ingredients of distrust and sprinkle vague knowledge…
    2) Mix in reasons WA is the best….(free to join, 2 free sites,education
    3) Do not include sour bits of WA….(choking hazard)…..(eventual monthly fee, cookie cutter sites, basic education at free level)
    4) Will serve 100 ‘s of hungry gullibles…..

  • Hi Gwendolyn,

    Yeah, it becomes blindingly obvious spotting these Wealthy Affiliate review sites after a while as they all follow the same template.

    The thing is, it’s the beginners who fall for it as they’re not use to these tactics.

    Another thing is that there is a massive element of “social proof” too…

    When these beginners look up reviews for products in the internet marketing niche – and they keep coming across these glowing reviews for the Wealthy Affiliate – they think it must be true ’cause everyone is saying it.

    That, you cannot find a negative review of the Wealthy Affiliate too… Not in Google anyway.

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing your opinion on the matter anyway, Gwendolyn… Appreciate it 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Terry

    Sup folks?

    Terry Day here. I came across this blog while James was giving away a pretty cool little cash package and have to say. This guy rocks and knows how to do it, lol!

    And guess what? I have never subscribed to any blog, but this will be my first.

    I have marketed for 8 years and never seen too many, highly organized and layed out sites as this. The content is great, honest and provoking the readers to read it with the topics he has.

    I am truly amazed and for a vet marketer of 8 years to say that, should really say something as I am not often impressed.

    Way to go James! (as my mind wonders if this is the guy to do a product launch with? Hmmm…)

    Stay classy peeps and keep profitable!

    P.S. It is so cool he lets you have a link to your site! Probly “do follow” too.

  • Thanks, Terry… Appreciate you saying that.

    I try to create content to help other marketers so it’s always nice when someone stops by and leaves a comment like you have 🙂

    Thanks again,

    James Scholes

  • rabi

    Thank you for this article I almost fell for that, iv been communicating with James since last year June and I’m not even a member of the Ewf yet but you got back to me and answered everyone of my silly questions till today , I think I’m ready to be part of the EWF…

  • You’re welcome, Rabi… Always a pleasure when you email me.

    Thanks for stopping and sharing your thoughts anyway.

    James Scholes

  • abu

    Hi James after reading this review I was literally rolling on the floor laughing because, just before reading it I was asking and thinking onto myself why always is about this WA, yes am a newbie but I could pick that up… do people from south africa accepted

  • Hey Abu,

    First up, glad I could confirm your suspicions regarding Wealthy Affiliate.

    Although you didn’t fall for it, a lot of beginners do, unfortunately.

    Anyway, to answer your question: if you’re referring to my course, the Evergreen Wealth Formula, then yes, people from Africa are accepted.

    In fact, providing you’ve got a computer and a internet connection, you can do the Evergreen Wealth Formula anywhere in the world.

    Hope this helps anyway, Abu 🙂

    James Scholes

  • abu

    WOW!! that was quick lol, thanks for the reply, axactly what I wanted to hear, meet you soon

  • You’re welcome, Abu… Always happy to help 🙂

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Ron

    One of the problems with working online is of course literally ‘anyone’ can make comments of ‘any’ nature – including those who of course criticise people who are doing a genuine job !!
    I am linked to a further 2 business folks online in addition to James Scholes and the Evergreen Wealth programme which I have only recently joined.
    Now – I may think the other 2 programmes are good (and they both get scammed comments about who or what they are too) but I have to say that from day 1 I have found not only does the Evergreen Wealth programme do what it says on the box but the support is incredible.
    In a short space of time I have sent in 2/3 questions and had pretty fast replies – BUT GET THIS – I sent in a question this morning and got a reply in ONE – yes you read that right – ONE minute !!
    Like to hear what these scammers have to say about a service like that?

  • Thank you for stopping and saying that, Ron… Appreciate it.

    Glad you’re diggin’ the support you get with the Evergreen Wealth Formula too 🙂

    Keep up the good work anyway, buddy.

    James Scholes

  • Zach

    Hi guys, I just wanted to say I am so excited about this course though I have n’t started with it personally, my brother-in-law took at the beginning of this year and is making success out of it and has introduced me to it, thanks

  • Hey Zach… Nice to hear you’re excited about the Evergreen Wealth Formula.

    If you’ve got any questions whatsoever, feel free to hit me up and I’ll be more than happy to answer your questions for you.

    Good luck and speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Brett

    I bookmarked James info some time ago, maybe years..
    can’t remember if I ever followed through and contacted him.

    so I recently emailed him then he or someone replied back directly
    and stayed on point to answer my questions this was positive step
    for me.

    I decided to look around his website further ..

    my focus is to get some old domain names working. when I seen the scam review section I can tell and show anyone interested in WA they are bogus and all about
    their own conceited junk that runs in circles.

    I was in WA years ago when it was $19 per month. I then registered / owned
    some direct domain names to help market and build *their* business affiliate.

    all I ever got was redundant rhetorical answers and money that I paid monthly
    wasted for their program, yet those that pushed hard with list got a free meet
    up to Vegas back then. not sure the name of it, maybe Scam Con would be
    appropriate.. so Carson piss off and learn to walk in the light.

    and just as a heads up I’m not a member of James Scholes or using
    any of his information, I can say that I am sick and tired of the miss direction
    / smoke and mirrors hype over the years.

  • Hi Brett,

    First up, it was me who has been answering your emails.

    I’m a one-man-band so I don’t have any tech-support or an office full of goons to do my bidding, unfortunately.

    …Just little ol’ me, I’m afraid 🙂

    Interesting experience who’ve shared with Wealthy Affiliate by the way…

    It’s funny really ’cause that’s what most people say about Wealthy Affiliate after being a member there.

    Thanks for sharing your views on it anyway – it’s always good to get an insider’s point of view on it as I’ve never been a Wealthy Affiliate member, personally.

    James Scholes

  • Hi James,

    Fellow Yorkshireman and Leeds lad here.

    I became a paid member for the Evergreen Wealth Formula back in March 2014 and I really got a lot from it, in fact since then I have become a full-time affiliate marketer and for that I am truly grateful!

    When I stumbled across your content I was ready for life change and ready to put the work in. I took action on everything you taught me and I got results.

    In the last couple of years I’ve also become a member of Wealthy Affiliate and yes, I promote Wealthy Affiliate too, but not until I had already experienced success.

    I completely agree with you – unfortunately many members write reviews without ever even trying the product and I don’t think this is fair. This is actually not what Wealthy Affiliate teach and it’s not what I do. I only give honest reviews on stuff I’ve actually tried myself and try to be as fair as possible.

    Anyways, just wanted to leave this note, say hi and I don’t think I ever told you how the Evergreen Wealth Formula laucnhed me in creating a new life for myself. Thanks so much James!

  • Well, it’s always nice to hear from a fellow Leeds lad 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your input with Wealthy Affiliate by the way… Appreciate it.

    To be honest, your comment is probably the first positive comment on this post about it.

    Everyone else here – including me – has generally had a bad experience with them due to all the unethical marketing practices their affiliates do when implementing the Wealthy Affiliate methods.

    Anyway, it’s awesome to hear how the Evergreen Wealth Formula helped you create a new life for yourself.

    I don’t know if you’re aware of this but I’ve just launched Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0.

    It’s an all new system with new training, teaching methods I’m using right now to make a full time living online.

    Now all Evergreen Wealth Formula members get free updates for life – and as you’re a Evergreen Wealth Formula member – you’re entitled to a free upgrade to the new Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0.

    If you want a free upgrade, just email me and I’ll hook you up with a Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 account.

    Thanks again for stopping by and sharing your thoughts on it anyway, Simon… Appreciate it 🙂

    Stay awesome my friend,

    James Scholes

  • Walid

    Opening up a review of EWF and realizing it comes from a WA member, is a bit like the sinking feeling you get if the doorbell rings when you are settling down to watch the football on tv. You answer the door, only to find a pair of Mormons on your doorstep! Keep up the good work, James!

  • Lol, that made me laugh did that.

    Thanks for sharing anyway, Walid 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Jonathan Coates

    Haha. The doorbell/Mormon analogy made me laugh as well! This blog post was very informative James. I can assure anyone who is scrolling section, though I haven’t gone through the “Wealthy Affiliate” .(for one, are they really wealth with such unethical behavouir..no real success long endures transactions made on such grounds (looks at what happen to Jordan Belfort in his Wall Street Days) ….but I can for sure say that ever since I purchased the Evergreen Wealth Formula in June of 2015, my life has literally NEVER been the same. & I mean THAT in a good way 😉 Heck, practically everything I know at this point started with the foundation I built through the Evergreen Wealth Formula…

  • Hey Jonathan,

    Yeah, most of these Wealthy Affiliate people don’t realise they’re only damaging their websites and their own reputation in the long run writing these fake reviews.

    Sure, they’ll make a quick commission here and there – but as more people become savvy to this unethical marketing – the more it’s going to hit them hard in their own pocket.

    I mean, I’ve notice more and more people are calling them out on it, and it’s only matter of time before this stuff starts floating to the top of Google… Where everyone sees it.

    At the end of the day, build a REAL business with REAL assets that deliver REAL value and it’ll pay off massively in the long run.

    Glad you got a ton value from the Evergreen Wealth Formula course by the way 🙂

    Stay awesome anyway,

    James Scholes

  • Lua

    Hi James, Thanks for this wonderful review. I have heard abt WA but not really going into the details, as me myself still a newbie trying to find out a better IM products. But thanks again or the heads up on what is currently happening.

    Many Thanks,

  • No problem, Lua… Just happy you got value from reading this post.

    When you’re searching for reviews in Google – whether it’s the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 or another product in the IM niche – you’ll see Google is flooded with these fake Wealthy Affiliate reviews, nowadays.

    But that said, now that you’re aware of this issue, you’ll see these fake review sites a mile away now.

    Good luck with your IM journey and keep us all posted on how it goes for you too, Lua 🙂

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Sallyann Ebsworth

    Hi James
    I have just started your evergreen wealth formula and am really enjoying it. It’s so informative and the way you teach is funny but it actually makes it easier to learn because I remember what you’re teaching !
    Anyway, I was a member of WA for a while and I have to say at the beginning I thought it was cool being part of a “community ” and getting support from the actual owners. However, as you get into the course they teach what would be described as gorilla tactics but really is a bit bullish, what I mean by that is they encourage you to put people and products down in order to get theirs out there and make sure theirs is seen in a great light (hope that makes sense!) the way they put this over as well is that you are doing a great service by reviewing these products. On a side note did you know that the guys that run it have an enormous legal insurance and a lawyer on retainer against being sued for libel, slander and copyright anyway, just wanted to say hi thanks for a great course and hopefully onto greater things ( it was never going to be so with WA)!
    Take care!!
    Sallyann Ebsworth

  • Hi Sallyann,

    First up, really glad you’re diggin’ the new Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 and having a laugh in the process lol.

    And yes, it makes perfect sense what you said regarding Wealthy Affiliate…

    Although I’ve never been a Wealthy Affiliate member, I’ve had countless people tell me the exact same thing you’ve told me.

    As in, they encourage their members to write fake reviews, pan the products they’re reviewing and recommend Wealthy Affiliate in the process.

    To be honest, it’s pretty well known in the internet marketing circles if you’ve been in the game for while.

    It’s just the beginners who fall for it as they’re not aware of these unethical tactics Wealthy Affiliate teaches.

    Plus, it literally damage the reputation of good, upstanding product vendors who create solid products that help the internet marketing community.

    Anyway, thanks again for taking the time for reading the post… Really do appreciate it, Sallyann.

    Stay awesome my friend 🙂

    James Scholes

  • MT Davis

    H James
    I’m looking into your program currently and like what I see, I too was a member of WA and as far as im concerned, its rubbish! You spend a lot of time answering other chats until your day begins to fill with nothing but that, and the next the thing you know you have forgotten all about whats being taught, very distracting. WA is not what they claim it to be!

  • Hi MT Davis,

    Yeah, a lot of people who I speak to, say the exact same thing as you.

    Personally, it wouldn’t sit well with me building a business around what Wealthy Affiliate teaches.

    However, the thing is with Wealthy Affiliate is that it’s a very well known program, so I should imagine people who sign up don’t really know any better – hence why they participate this this unethical marketing like they do.

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts anyway… Appreciate it 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Partha

    Hi James,

    I am interested in your EWF2.0 progam and I am a total newbie. Secondly, I do not have a website nor any online marketing site. I am very keen on affiliate marketing. I wonder if your program has the tricks for affiliate marketing.


  • Hi Partha… Nice to meet you.

    To answer your question: Well I’ve broken everything down into easy to follow step by step video tutorials so anyone – regardless of experience – can follow it.

    I also give you all the websites and content too.

    All you do is simply fill in the blanks (which I show you how in the videos how to do this) and you’re good to go.

    So basically, it’s designed for folks just like you as I’ve tried my best to make it as easy as possible to implement.

    Plus, I give everyone who grabs the EWF one on one email support.

    So if you have any problems whatsoever – no matter how big or small – hit me up and I’ll help you out.

    Hope this helps anyway, Partha 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Linda Loeffler

    Is this 4 real?

  • Hi Linda,

    Sorry, I’m not sure what you mean?

    I wrote this post (along with every other post on this blog) and everything I say in this post is 100% true.

    If you meant something else, let me know and I’ll be more than happy to help you where ever possible.

    James Scholes

  • Wesley Gaster

    I just tried to buy and got refused?

    Been saving to buy this for a while now…

    When I got to the pay screen I entered info and paid and it said my order was cancelled and that lexicon can’t process the payment for now.

  • Hi Wesley,

    The Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 is still available.

    Anyway, I’ve replied to your email so make sure to read that.

    See you there,

    James Scholes

  • Hi mate,

    Firstly its nice to see my EWF 2.0 review still sitting at number 1 on Google!
    Secondly as someone who reviews products very often and has built a business out of it the whole dish xyz product without looking at it and then shoving WA down your throat hurts real product reviewers and is just spamming…no other word for it!

    If that is what WA teaches their students then they are just scummy…this is something that has been pissing me off for a while and I was actually going to write a post much like this…actually still will!!

    One other thing that pisses me off is the amount of people who “review” every product, by reviewing I mean copy pasting the sales page. That aint reviewing!!!

    I think its been over 5+ years since we met (I’ve known you longer than my wife) and I know the quality and effort that you put into your work and all those years ago you didn’t know me but still replied to me!

    Keep up the great work. I have started to put some of your method into action so will update my review with the results.

    Cheers mate and speak soon,

    Marc Gray

    PS. What does Linda Loeffler mean????

  • Hey Marc… Nice to see you stopping by, mate.

    And yeah, these fake review sites damage the reputation of everyone involved.

    The funny thing is, they’re damaging the rep of their own site the most in the long run.

    But they guys are too shortsighted to see that…

    They just want to bag as many sales as possible – regardless how many people they shit on along the way.

    Let us know when you’ve written your post too, love to read it, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

    P.S. Dunno – I thought it was spam comment but there was no backlinks or any of those shenanigans, so I thought I’d let it fly.

  • Janice

    I can see how all of this can make you so angry,
    but I don’t understand why your system is so expensive.
    I hear a lot of people saying how they want to help others
    be successful on the internet,and I do understand that those
    folks are trying to make money too,which is what I want to do.
    Everything i have seen so far is affiliate earning or traffic exchanges
    and safelists none of which never seem to work for me.I just wish I
    could find something that really does work. Not a get rich quick scheme,
    but a real business.I think maybe I should just throw in the towel soon.
    Sorry for being so long with my comment,I would like to hear more about
    Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 though.

  • Hi Janice,

    There’s a quite a few reasons why the EWF 2.0 is currently $197.

    To name a few:

    + There’s a zero content creation as I’ve created all the content for you.

    + I teach you a traffic system you cannot learn anywhere else (you’ll see why once inside).

    + It’s a complete system – so it literally takes you from start to finish through the entire process.

    + You get free one on one email support with me personally for life.

    + You get all updates and modules free as and when they’re added for life.

    Also, I spend over 6 months creating this course to make it the best possible system it can be.

    A lot of people say it’s worth a lot more than the $197 price tag too.

    In fact, one guy said it’s better than the courses that sell for $997 on the market today.

    So believe me when I say, there’s genuinely nothing quite like the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 out there.

    Anyway, if you can’t afford to invest in the EWF 2.0, then I recommend checking out this blog…

    There’s over a hundred “how to” guides on making money online, traffic generation, affiliate marketing etc.

    There’s definitely enough free training on this blog to get you going and making money anyway.

    Another option is to get my free course which you can get here:


    It’s free to get access and it’s free to implement too.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts, Janice… Appreciate it.

    If you’ve got any questions, feel free to hit me up on my blog or via email and I’ll help you where ever possible 🙂

    Good luck,

    James Scholes

  • Janice

    If i join Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 will there be any more costs once i have paid for the system. What if i just want to be an affiliate of Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0?

  • Hi Janice,

    After purchasing the EWF course, it’ll cost you $40 a month to setup, automate and scale up to whatever income level you desire.

    Also, you don’t have to go with my recommendations – you can look for cheaper or even free alternatives out there if you want to.

    I know some Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 members who are on a tight budget who use free alternatives and they’re getting awesome results with it.

    Also, you can use the EWF to promote any product from any market but if you want to use it to promote the EWF course itself, then yes, you can do that if you want.

    It’s a 50% commission rate so you’ll make a £100 for each sale you make.

    Hope this helps anyway, Janice 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Dayna Underwood

    Think have what it takes

  • Carl Davies

    Hey James,

    I agree with everything you said. I have bought your old course in the past and loved it. You delivered some great value in that… In fact, I have done a video review about wealthy affiliate and even mentioned you and done some research about what you said? Disturbing what they are teaching their affiliates? Anyways, keep up the good work my friend, and if you wanna see the video just ask!

  • That’s awesome to hear, Dayna.

    Let me know if there’s anything you need and I’ll assist you where ever possible.

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Thanks, Carl… Appreciate your kind words.

    If you’re a member of the original EWF by the way, you can get a upgrade to the EWF 2.0 free of charge.

    If that’s the case, just email me with the email that’s associated with your EWF account and I’ll upgrade you to the latest version for free.

    Hope this helps and thanks for taking the time to read my post too 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Carl Davies

    Yes, I am a original EWF member. I’ll email you right away. Can’t wait to learn the new stuff. Thank you kindly!

  • Mukul Kotwani

    Hey James,

    Frankly saying i am new to EWF and yes i didn’t know a single thing about this online marketing so thank you for all these information which you have given about scammers and all i will keep this in my mind and yes i am going to give you my email literally very excited to learn these new stuffs😇

  • You’re welcome, Mukul…

    The more people I can warn what’s going on and how to avoid being scammed the better.

    Thanks for stopping by and reading my post… Appreciate it, mate 🙂

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Hey James!
    First of all, I thank you for taking the time to write this article and give me another perspective on evaluating products on internet marketing. I know affiliate marketing is quite late (2017). Before reading your article, I just thought of making the customer click on the link as much as possible. And your article has made me realize many things. More accurately, I’m spamming and losing my customers. Your blog is really useful. I will read it more often. Thank you very much!

  • You’re welcome, Eric… Glad you’ve got a lot of value from my post and the rest of my blog.

    Stay awesome my friend 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Monica

    I like it and iam interested but i dont have money to pay to regester

  • Justin

    Your material makes a very big impression.
    I ask you to consider giving me $200 to buy you your formula. Learn how to earn $200 and I’ll make it up to you.
    Regards Justin

  • Thank you, Justin… Appreciate your kind words 🙂

    If you can’t afford the Evergreen Wealth Formula by the way, then use one of the free guides I provide on this blog to make money online.

    I share tons of methods on various ways of making money online so dig around I’m pretty sure you’ll find something.

    Good luck with it anyway, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Hi Monica,

    Have you tried my “$688 a day” course?

    It’s free to get access and it’s free to implement too.

    If you want to check it out, you can get it here:


    You can use that to make money and once you’ve made $200, you can use that money to invest in the Evergreen Wealth Formula then.

    Hope this helps and good luck with it too, Monica 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Richard Kirk

    Thank you James for your review!,
    I was into WA when I first read about it but they did not deliver – thankfully I began to understand that it was an “interferior” of other systems and now have a better insight as to who they are and what they will do to capture your attention and finances.

  • You’re welcome, Richard.

    It’s funny really ’cause a lot of people who I speak to say the exact same thing as you…

    As in, Wealthy Affiliate doesn’t deliver what it promises and they also leave disappointed by their unethical marketing practices they teach their members too.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts… Appreciate it 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Stern

    Hi James, forgive me for I am about to ask you a stupid question, can I buy and start training without me having my own personal computer and work from the internete cafe because I am still investing on a new laptop but I want to start with the course asap

  • Hi Stern… Nice to meet you.

    Regarding your question: yes, you can do that if you want to.

    The only problem I can see is that you may not be allowed to download some free software I recommend in the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 course and install it on the Internet cafe’s computers.

    But don’t worry, I know other ways you can do this without ever downloading software.

    So what I recommend you to do is to email me when you hit these hurdles and I’ll show you another way you can go about it.

    But yeah, it’s definitely possible to implement the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 system from your local library or Internet cafe.

    So if you want to start today and continue on your laptop when you get it, then you’re free to do that if you want to.

    Hope this answer’s your question anyway, Stern 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Matthew Dickess

    Hey thanks for the info. in your blog! I’ve run across a few but more in passing than for a real review. I do however use reviews when considering buy a product. It’s really disheartening to find people in marketing that are being so willing to be dishonest and spread disinformation to try to make sales. I figure if you have to lie to sell the product isn’t worth selling! Much easier to find a product that almost sells itself. Sounds difficult but there are many out there.

  • Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Matthew… Appreciate it.

    And yes, I use reviews too (I think we all do, really) but it’s getting harder and harder to find legit reviews – especially in Google with all the fake Wealthy Affiliate reviews, these days.

    The best places to go if you’re looking for reviews for a internet marketing related product is the Warrior Forum Review section in my opinion.

    It’s full of honest reviews and affiliate links are not allowed either.

    Plus, the community is very savvy there and calls out anyone who tries to write fake reviews for financial gain (or any kind of fake review for that matter).

    James Scholes

  • Arshad

    Hi good morning

  • Good morning to you too, Arshad 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Mike

    I agree with you james.

    Every time I search any IM product reviews the reviewer always recommend to join wealthy affiliate.Even I was once with wealthy affiliate program but I left it cause they didn’t give any valuable information.They always bash others IM tools and even in wealthy affiliate if you recommend 300 people to join it then they will invite you to their seminar.

    But for now I am really looking forward to join EverGreen Wealth Formula. 🙂

  • Thank you, Mike… Appreciate it.

    Personally, I think it’s really unethical what the Wealthy Affiliate program teaches it’s members to do.

    Bashing other people’s products you haven’t seen just so you can make a commission is really low in my opinion.

    Some of these Wealthy Affiliate review sites even go so far to call every product they review a scam just so you sign up to Wealthy Affiliate program instead.

    Anyway, really pleased to hear you’ll be signing up to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 soon.

    If you’ve got any questions whatsoever, feel free to reply to any of my emails and I’ll be more than happy to answer your questions for you.

    Speak soon and good luck, buddy 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Steve


    Do we need to create a website for making sales in your Evergreen Wealth Formula?

  • Hey Steve,

    To answer your question: I give you all the websites you need in the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 course.

    Also, I show you how to everything up with easy to follow “step by step” video tutorials too.

    Basically, I’ve tried to make it as easy as possible for you so you can hit the ground running and start making money sooner.

    Hope this helps anyway, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Steve

    Hey James so you mean you will give me a automated website which will help me in making sales?

  • Hi Steve,

    To answer your question: I give you all the websites and I’ve created all the content for you too.

    Then, I show you how to drive traffic to your site in a completely automated manner.

    So once you’ve got the entire Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 system setup, it’ll make you commissions on complete auto-pilot.

    The only time you’ll be working on it, is to scale up your income as you’ll never need to do anything to maintain your income – because like I said – it runs in a completely automated manner.

    Hope this answer’s your question for you anyway, Steve 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Desana

    Hi folks!

    my comment is intended especially to the new people who decide to follow James’s lead. I’ve known James for a good couple of years now. He is that kind of person who answers your email within hours!!! (I lived in Kuala Lumpur and James was in UK, you can imagine the time gap between us and sometimes I got a reply on the same day!!!) even if you haven’t bought any of his products. James has taught me the baby steps way before he launched the original Evergreen Wealth Formula!!!! All I know today I’ve basically learnt from him! If I am looking for a “how-to video”, I spare a lot of my time just by going to youtube and browse his channel. There’s hardly something that James wouldn’t cover in the internet marketing arena!
    As regards his products!!!!! Of course, as soon as James launched his original EWF, I jumped in fully! All members must have been impressed like me with the content itself. The training videos are structured into sections taking a step at a time, straightforward, easy to apply even for a techie savvy person like me!!!! LOL and James truly doesn’t leave anything behind. He provides you with everything you need to be on track in no time!!! Besides, his bonus section is priceless!!!! Just the bonus section alone made me enough money and I then stuck to that without even having applied the Evergreen Wealth Formula training itself!! (My bad!!! 🙁 Probably I shouldn’t have said this out loud, ‘cause I’d deserve a friendly smack…. 😉 )James overdelivers in every aspect you can imagine! After almost a 2 year break from my “work online” for various reasons, I’m coming back and again turning to “my buddy” to go-to 😉 James, I suppose Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 and the original one are two separate products, aren’t, they? Or is the original Evergreen Wealth Formula updated with the new content? I haven’t looked yet, but I sure will 🙂 If I’m to buy Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0, I’m fully in!!!!
    It’s sad you have to deal with the Wealthy Affiliate crap…. I’m sure people who are able to use common sense can see in the reviews who genuinely wants to help, provide solutions and support (it’s one of the lessons I’ve learnt from you and it worked best for me making me enough money per month) and who just wants to sell on you and make a quick buck. Kudos to those who can recognize it at the first sight! 😉 Kudos to you, my friend! 🙂

  • Hey Desana,

    First up, I just want to say it’s been a while since I’ve last seen you.

    It’s good to hear from you and I hope everything is good at your end.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and sharing your opinion… Really do appreciate it.

    Oh, and to answer your question, the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 is a completely different course from the original version.

    I’ve literally build it from the ground up with new software, teaching brand new methods I’ve never taught before.

    So yeah, it’s a radically different beast from the original version, for sure.

    Thanks again and you know where to find me if you need anything 🙂

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Desana

    Thank you, dear friend!!! Now everything seems to be settled at our end and I’m more than ready to pull the strings again and start from the ground up 😉
    Seeing in the comments there’re some people who haven’t tried internet marketing yet and want to dig in. Kudos to them!!!! 🙂 Looking back when I was starting up, my main issue I dealt with was information overload, I didn’t really know who to trust to and the offers my mailbox was bombarded with were just really appealing “get rich quick” schemes, in many times scams, I got tired of it and I almost quit….. Luckily almost all my professional life before I became a legitimate housewife 😀 I had worked in the sales field, so I really could spot the warning bells in the videos or on the site and I didn’t fall for them. Short after, I met you!!!!! You were a life safer!!!!!! You triggered me with greed for knowledge, how-to’s, trying things out and they worked! More importantly, you provided everything for FREE! Should it be a video on your channel, blog post with tips, or an email reply when I got stuck. That was the proof for me this person is for real and cares really to help! All I want to say, the internet is full of crap, but there’re people like you who do take you by the hand and teach you ETHICALLY use the power of internet for the benefit of yours, both financial and personal in terms of gaining the knowledge!!! And that is the biggest “take away” no money could ever pay!!!
    I know my comment is completely off the topic discussed here 😉 But referring to myself in the past, I knew what “other” honest information I was craving about….. Whoever new considers starting up, you bet, you landed at the right place.

  • Thank you, Desana… Really do appreciate that – I really do 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Miguel Pimenta

    Bom dia,James,em Facebook podes ver:duas paginas,Mony Paiper e Miguel Pimenta,um abraço.

  • Thanks for the heads up and good morning to you too, Miguel 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Holly


    I came across your website a few weeks ago and I am interesting in purchasing this item but I wanted to speak to yourself first regarding further information. I followed the link on your Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 site and sent an email to the address on there but am yet to a hear a response? I would really appreciate if you could get back to me as definitely interested in finding out more

  • Hi Holly,

    I’ve just did a search in my email account and I cannot find your email in my inbox or spam.

    So I’m not sure what’s happened to it but you can email me at this address here: [email protected].

    Try emailing me at this address as this one gets checked multiple times a day and you should get a fast response.

    Hope this helps anyway, Holly 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Ashis Ghose

    Sir I want to join but flood of words,confusing comments . complicated and lengthy process to proceed are making me lose interest in this system.Will you make me understand in simple way?

  • Hi Ashis,

    I recommend emailing me and I’ll answer all your questions regarding the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 course there.

    Speak soon,

    James Scholes

  • Hi James,
    I picked up your free product and had a wee listen and then read your blog post.

    Yes, I’ve come across Wealthy Affiliate doing what you say – claiming they’re scam busters when fact they’re downright scammers of the first order.

    I thought you might be interested in an update re Matt Lloyd and MOBE. He successfully sued Wealthy Affiliate in the Canadian courts and now the stage of the court process is the compensation stage.

    How do I know? Because I happen to be a relatively new I might add, MOBE Consultant (affiliate) and I was talking to my real live coach re the reviews and he informed me.

    I had decided to proceed with becoming a MOBE affiliate because, what Wealthy Affiliate reviews were saying just didn’t stack up. There must be a lot of ‘deluded’ MOBE affiliates across the globe is all I can say!!!

    Not to mention, Matt Lloyd and MOBE has stood the test of time.

    And by the way, MOBE doesn’t happen to be an MLM company just in case people are wondering.

    After listening to your videos and reading your post, I’m more liable to consider you are the ridgy didge bloke that you come across as being.

    Whilst you might not have the deep lined pockets that Matt has built up his business to successfully sue Wealthy Affiliate and win, hang in there mate.

    These scammers may seem to have their day in the sun, but in the long run, they will fade away because their business model is simply not sustainable.

    My only issue with your free video is you promoting a potential black hat method. Even if YouTube do not ban one’s account or delete the video – my erstwhile suggestion to you and your members is – maintain your integrity online. You don’t want one of the scammers to see what you’re doing and brand you as a person who rips off people’s content, this will hurt your business in the long run.

    Anyway, that’s my erstwhile 2 cents worth of a recommendation.

    All the very best.


  • Hey Desley,

    Thanks for stopping by and giving us an update regarding the Wealthy Affiliate court case.

    I’m really glad that MOBE have successfully sued Wealthy Affiliate in the courts – hopefully they’ll get the payout they deserve.

    That said, I can’t see how it’ll change anything in the long run…

    I should imagine they’ll still do what they’re doing, as in, teach their affiliates to write fake reviews for competing products and direct that traffic through their Wealthy Affiliate links etc.

    It’s an absolutely disgusting practice and so many ethical marketers with awesome products get caught in in these lies and fake reviews.

    I mean, I’ve got tons of reviews from Wealthy Affiliates for my Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 course and the vast majority of them are calling me a scammer.

    Funny thing is, when I read the reviews, I know for a fact they’ve never had access to my Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 course due to all the incorrect information they give in their reviews.

    I mean, they’re not fooling me but it’s the beginners who aren’t aware of this unethical marketing method who get suckered into this.

    Regarding the free training: I do say in the video training there’s various ways you can implement this particular method and I go through BOTH white hat and black hat methods, so it’s down to the user which path they pursue.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and sharing the update regarding Wealthy Affiliate – really do appreciate it, Desley 🙂

    Speak soon and good luck with MOBE.

    James Scholes

  • Steve Bradley

    Hi James

    It was just a question of time till some one big in internet marketing would take legal action again WF. This stuff is all over the internet.


  • Hey Steve,

    Yeah, I know…

    I’m really glad someone is finally taking action because it’s getting ridiculous with all these Wealthy Affiliate sites and their fake reviews etc.

    I’ve heard the courts have decided against Wealthy Affiliate so they’ve lost the case (thank god) and are now deciding what the compensation will be.

    Oh, and thanks for your purchase too… Appreciate it, mate 🙂

    Good luck,

    James Scholes

  • Thomas K A Mintah

    Building construction is my work in Ghana
    but I can get job due in Ghana
    and I like this work.

  • Hey Thomas,

    Just keep at it and I’m pretty sure something will come up.

    Good luck,

    James Scholes

  • What a shame…if people like that guy would spend more time on working on there actual business instead of trying to put other people’s products down to recommend their own they would be much further. This is the same as these biz opp marketers who review IM courses and then just direct people to their biz opportunity vs the product.

  • I couldn’t agree more with you, Anthony…

    The time spend writing these fake and unethical reviews would have been better spent delivering genuine value that would have made them more money in the long run.

    Thing is, a lot of these “reviewers” don’t know any better because a lot of them a new to the industry and they get suckered into believing this is ethical way of making a living online.

    And believe me, there’s a lot of people who get suckered into this too – hence why this is a big problem, really.

    Nice site by the way, really like it…

    If you’re interested, I can give you a free review copy of my course, the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0, so you can do a review for your site?

    If so, drop me an email ([email protected]) and I’ll hook you up with a free review copy.

    Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts anyway… Appreciate it, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Tony

    Hi, James. Do I have to use PayPal business account to make your methods work? I’m totally new to IM and making money online. I only have PayPal personal account (which is the same as premier account now). I asked PayPal community and some of them said “if you work alone, personal account (a.k.a premier account) is enough but if you work under a company or registered business, use business account). I don’t have a registered business yet because I’m a beginner. So, can I do that or do I have to upgrade my account to business? Thanks for your help, James!

  • Hey Tony,

    I take it you’re referring to my course, the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0, right?

    If so, you don’t need a Business Paypal account – a personal/Premier account will do just fine.

    Hope this helps anyway, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Nana

    Hi James

    I’ve actually come across a few WA reviews of your product that in fact, recommend it.

    In your comments, you say stuff like, WA is a scam – the very same thing you’re accusing the WA to be doing. That doesn’t make any sense.

    As far as MOBE is concerned – it’s been shut for good by the FTC. So, it turns out, it was a scam after all (and obviously not just according to the WA reviews).


  • Hey Nana, nice to meet you.

    First up, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thought – really do appreciate it 🙂

    Regarding what you said: yes, I know some of these Wealthy Affiliate reviews recommend my Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 program.

    That said, it’s extremely unethical what they’re doing…

    Why? Well first up, most of these reviews haven’t had access to the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 system, whatsoever.

    I mean, would you pay any attention to a reviewer reviewing a product they haven’t reviewed?

    Everyone I speak to (barring Wealthy Affiliate members, of course) say they wouldn’t pay attention for the simple reason they haven’t actually seen the product in question, so how would they know whether it’s any good or not?

    Secondly, the only reason why they’re reviewing my Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 and other products, is to simply redirect that traffic through their affiliate links to the Wealthy Affiliate program instead.

    Sure, they maybe recommending my product, but they always position their reviews so you opt for the Wealthy Affiliate program instead.

    So these reviewers are basically lying to you so they can get you to sign up to the Wealthy Affiliate program and get their monthly recurring commission from you.

    To me, this is extremely unethical and I would go as far to call it a scam.

    Why? Because if you’re lying for financial gain (which they are because they haven’t seen the products they’re reviewing) then that’s the very definition of a scam.

    The Wealthy Affiliate program encourages this behaviour too because at the end of the day, it advertises their business in a extremely positive manner and makes them more money.

    With MOBE: I wrote this piece before it got taken down.

    I must admit, I’m not very knowledgeable on their program but I mentioned them because they was going through the exact problem I and many others are going through with this issue.

    That said – and despite what happened – they apparently did win the case against Wealthy Affiliate in court due to the reasons I’ve brought up in this post.

    So Wealthy Affiliate was caught breaking the law and it was apparently proven in court.

    Anyway, thanks again, and I truly do appreciate you sharing your thoughts on this, Nana.

    I’m always open to hear other people’s opinion on this.

    Till then, stay awesome my friend 🙂

    James Scholes

  • michael blumgart

    Hi James,

    I was wondering what basic computer skills i need to have to get started on EWF.
    My skills are pretty limited but i am willing to learn. I am 56 and have spent over 20 years in direct sales but illness forced me to stop.I am only now starting to improve on my very basic computer skills and your course sounds brilliant! I would love to earn an income on line and have been doing much research on it. Yes, I too have come across Wealthy Affiliate and some of the fake reviews that people have been giving about other services only to put across to their #1 recommendation! Very keen to be affiliated to a Brit and down to earth too. You speak it like it is.I hope i have enough computer skills to start. Please respond. I appreciate your time as i know how very busy you are.

    Many thanks


  • Hey Michael,

    Well, providing you you can login and you can browse the internet, then yeah, you can use the EWF course.

    I know what you mean with the Wealthy Affiliate reviews too…

    Unfortunately, the vast majority of ’em have no clue what they’re on about and all they care about is getting you to click on their Affiliate Wealthy affiliate link so they can get their monthly recurring commissions.

    Anyway, I can’t see you having any problems – but if you do – hit me up and I’ll be more than happy to help you with whatever problems you’re having, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Joel

    Hi James!

    Is it gonna work here in the Philippines? I’ve read some review and I felt interested. Am also joined affiliate program but sad to say it doesn’t work.

  • Timm

    Hi James!

    I cannot express enough how much of an eye opener this was! Although I am currently a member of WA, I can at least say I have not been apart of this 100% do I offer my affiliate link…Yes

    But…. I have NEVER reviewed another IM product (From the looks of it THANK GOD!) I have been interested in IM for a few years and recently decided to take the jump and try it out.

    Although I have not tried any other IM product YET, I do plan to do so in the future.

    Now that I have been made aware of this, I look forward to trying many new IM products, and giving them an honest review. Like I said I haven’t tried anything else.

    As I am a “Newbie” myself I couldn’t imagine giving false information ( I honestly thought it was against the law lol ) to people who want to learn how to do somthing new!

    I am sorry that this has had a negative impact on a lot of people, but I want you know one thing. Not all of us have bad intentions.

    As I said earlier I haven’t tried any other IM products, so the only review I have given was on WA, and no other platform. I do however look forward to continuing my journey as an IM and I will continue NOT giving fake reviews!

    Once again sorry to all those that have affected…. We are not all bad I promise


  • Jerry

    I appreciate your opinions and your arguments. And I’m not going to argue anything because that’s not worth my time. But I have the right to request you to remove my photo on your post here. So, please do that. Thank you!

  • Hey Joel,

    If you’re referring to my course, the Evergreen Wealth Formula, then yes, it works worldwide – including the Philippines.

    Hope this helps anyway, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Hey Timm,

    First up, thanks for stopping by and checking out my post – appreciate it.

    Regarding what you said: yeah, it’s a really bad problem, and to be honest with you, it’s getting out of hand.

    What most of these Wealthy Affiliate members who do this don’t realise is how damaging it can be for other product product vendors and their reputation.

    Some – but not all – just go around calling all competing products to Wealthy Affiliate a flat-out scam… Even thought they haven’t seen the said product.

    It’s good to hear you want to do it the right way – just wish others would follow suit with your way of thinking.

    Anyway, at least you’re aware of this tactic now, and I’m pretty sure you’ll see it as clear as day whenever you’re looking for reviews for internet marketing products.

    Good luck anyway, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Hey Jerry, nice to meet you.

    I’ll get straight to the point as I don’t want to waste your time…

    As it stands right now, I won’t be removing the image because you’ve written a fake review about my product which you haven’t purchased and it also contains incorrect information etc.

    And lets face it, the whole point of the review is not to give a genuine critique but to redirect people through your Wealthy Affiliate link instead.

    Also, just like you, I have to right to ask you to remove my images from your site too – it works both ways at the end of the day.

    But look, I’ll tell you what I’ll do…

    If you want this resolved quickly and easily, simply remove your Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review from your site.

    If you do that, I will be more than happy to cater to your needs and remove your image from my site and we’ll part as friends.

    Oh, and one more thing…

    You’re in the business of writing reviews and criticising other people’s businesses and products, right (even though you don’t actually review the products you claim to review).

    Well, you can’t just go around doing this for a living and not expect people to call you out on your fake reviews you write.

    It’s almost like the critic doesn’t like being criticised… Can you see how hypocritical that is?

    Anyway, like I said, if you want this resolved quickly and easily, remove the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review from your site and I’ll remove your image from my site, altogether.

    James Scholes

  • Jerry Huang

    LOL, did you even read my review properly. I gave you a score of 75/100. I may not have purchased your product but I know exactly what you’re doing.

    Also, if you have really read through my review, you’ll realize that I didn’t even bash or criticize your product at all. I’m just reflecting some of the truths and my opinion.

    There are other people really bashing your product. If I’m really bashing and criticizing you, why do I even want to give your product a score of 75/100? Doesn’t make sense right?

    So why are you only putting my picture when there are people who simply bash your product? I guess you’re just jealous at the fact that I can rank well for my post, that’s all.

    It also shows that you didn’t even read through my review properly. All you want is to attack every single WA member or anyone talking bad stuff about your product. Such a low self-esteem? LMAO.

    So, you do whatever you like. If you don’t want to remove my photo. Fine, it won’t harm me or anything. Please go ahead.

  • Hi Jerry,

    Yes, I did read your review and I know what you’ve said so that’s not the problem.

    The problem is that you haven’t had access and it shows in your review due to the inaccuracies.

    And lets me honest here…

    The whole point of you writing this review is not to give a honest critique but to redirect people to the Wealthy Affiliate program.

    This is disingenuous at best and I think you know this deep down.

    Personally, I hate this practice of people reviewing products they haven’t reviewed and then blindly recommending another product over it.

    Look, I’ve got nothing wrong with you making money – I’m cool with that – but it’s how you’re doing it, as in, how you trick people into thinking you’ve had access to the products you review.

    I mean, you don’t clearly state this in your reviews you haven’t had access, do you (and I should imagine if you did, your reviews would lose creditability and you’d take a big hit in sales – hence why you don’t do it).

    And let’s be honest here… This practice is absolutely rife in the Wealthy Affiliate community too.

    You Google any internet marketing product and I guarantee it’ll be flooded with “scam busters” and their fake reviews recommending the Wealthy Affiliate program.

    I mean, seriously, when you’re looking at a product to buy, do you take these reviews seriously yourself lol?

    And with attacking Wealthy Affiliate: I only call out fake reviews which yours is, unfortunately.

    Anyway, I don’t want to fall out with you over it…

    Like I said, if you remove your fake review, I’ll be more than happy to remove your image from my site and we part as friends.

    James Scholes

  • Eugene

    Hi James, this was a very interesting read. Comments, et al.

    I loved your reply to Mr Huang. He hasn’t removed his review of EWF as I’m sure are aware. Please take note though that he is a little god at Wealthy Affiliate so he thinks that this adoration spills over into the real world. He posts a blog at WA about getting Google Adsense approval and the world comes to a grinding halt. Everyone goes moggy and swoons over him as though he were God’s gift to the affiliate marketing world. But hey, who cares if he writes reviews day after day that aren’t accurate? He’s going to Vegas in January 2019. He certainly doesn’t care about what he had to do to get there.

    I’ve read all of your replies in respect of Wealthy Affiliate and I do want to point out that nowhere in any of the training are the members encouraged to actually write fake reviews in order to secure sign-ups. Authenticity is actually promoted. The problem is that the people who are writing these reviews have conveniently interpreted the opportunity to earn affiliate commissions from WA as an endorsement to verbally bash any competition and trumpet the virtues of Wealthy Affiliate as the superior alternative.

    I respect you for your solidarity and your well-documented retort against those who have clearly been clutching at straws and misrepresented you.

    All the best to you,


  • Thank you, Eugene… I’m really glad you enjoyed the post and the comments too 🙂

    With Wealthy Affiliate: whether they teach this or not, that’s kinda besides the point now…

    Why, because they should be taking responsibility for their affiliates and how they promote their business.

    But are they going to do that? Seriously, I doubt it…

    It’s just way too profitable to turn a blind eye, let their affiliates run wild and do as they please.

    That said, I heard they apparently got sued by one of their competitors recently over this exact same issue.

    And from what I heard, the court decided against Wealthy Affiliate so it was proven they was breaking the law in this respect, apparently.

    With Jerry Huang: the offer is still open to him – whether he takes it or not is up to him.

    I’ve got no beef with the guy personally but when you write fake reviews on products you’ve never seen, just so you an redirect that traffic through your affiliate link for another product… I’m gonna take issue.

    I mean lets face it, we’re not reading reviews anymore but stealth Wealthy Affiliate promotions.

    To me, this is unethical and disingenuous marketing and for some reason, everyone I see doing this is a Wealthy Affiliate member.

    So whether Wealthy Affiliate is teaching is or not, it’s definitely a Wealthy Affiliate issue, without a doubt.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts – appreciate it, Eugene 🙂

    Speak soon and good luck,

    James Scholes

  • Masum Rabbani

    Hi friends, how are you. I’m from Banglades. I’m a studen. How more earning..? Tell me

  • Hi Masum,

    This post is all about all the fake Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 reviews doing the rounds at the mo so this isn’t probably the best place to post for this kinda thing.

    I would recommend to email me personally and I’ll be more than happy to assist you there 🙂

    James Scholes

  • adrie

    ty very much for this comment, because i was allready feeling something was not right, i felt it instinctly and you confirm m8 ty very much.
    its because i really want to learn i was avoiding the programms althou the had my interest.
    but 1 thing is sure…how can it be better to not understand how they made some software if understanding is the holy grail.
    when i know and understand this a bit you will never see me trick other people.
    its so easy to leave out an important thing so they invest and you see them leaving 1 by 1.
    not me. when i am sure i will demask them with data and other work.

  • You’re welcome, Adrie.

    At the end of the day, if you see a Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 review and they recommend Wealthy Affiliate over it, it’s most likely a fake review.

    In fact, calling them a “review” is doing the word a dis-service because they’re not reviews but “stealth Wealthy Affiliate promotions” designed to divert your attention away from the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 and buy the Wealthy Affiliate instead.

    I mean, if you read these so-called reviews, they love to poke holes in every product they review, yet position the Wealthy Affiliate program as the second coming of god or something equally daft like that.

    And like I said in the post, they haven’t seen the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 or any other product they claimed to have reviewed. They literally research the products they’re reviewing by reading other Wealthy Affiliate reviews they’ve Googled which are obviously more fake reviews and are also full of incorrect information and inaccuracies.

    Also, don’t believe the comments in the comment section you read on these fake Wealthy Affiliate reviews either…

    All the comments are from their fellow Wealthy Affiliate members as they post their fake reviews in the Wealthy Affiliate member’s area to give their reviews more creditability . So yeah, you’re literally dealing with a hive-mind mentality when reading the comments as they’re ALL been indoctrinated into the Wealthy Affiliate way of thinking.

    You’re probably reading this and thinking I’m joking or exaggerating the truth, but the fact is, I’m not. The truth is out there but you won’t find it in Google as they literally own it, these days. You need to look in forums etc as these guys don’t focus on places like that – Google is their bread and butter and you can see that whenever you Google any reviews for internet marketing products.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by…

    If you’ve got any questions about these fake Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 reviews, or anything for that matter, feel free to stop by again and I’ll be more than happy to assist you where ever possible 🙂


    James Scholes

  • Richard Moore

    Hey James.

    I’ve been both a WA and an Evergreen EWF member and I can tell you that your course is the far superior one of the two. WA is okay but it’s just basic training and it really needs updating too.

    I’m sorry to hear what these WA affiliates are saying about you by the way. Unfortunately, this practice is rife within the WA community. It’s an unethical and deceitful marketing practice and these guys know this deep down, but hey, money’s money, right… And that’s all they care about.

    This is why I left WA, because the only way you can make money is to review products you’ve never used and then recommend WA as your no:1 recommended product. And to do it ethically (as in buy the courses so you can do real reviews), it would cost you hundreds or thousands a week and that’s just not practical!

    You’ve got some awesome content on this blog by the way. Just going through all your free training and I’m learning tons as a result!


  • Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts – appreciate it.

    And yeah, they don’t care if they damage other people’s brands and reputations online… It’s all about the money, unfortunately.

    It’s just a shame so many people fall for it.

    James Scholes

  • anonymous

    First of all, I just want to thank YOU, James, for being GENUINE and REAL. Something that is very very rare in the (internet marketing) IM world.

    I used to be a WA member. At that point of time, I had 0 clue about internet marketing and just wanted to learn how to make money online. Ethically, of course.

    So I did some research and eventually found a WA sales page. I never really had success with their niche site course so I gave up eventually. But that’s not the point.

    The MAIN reason I decided to call it quits is because it didn’t feel right to me. I didn’t know what it was but all along I knew there was something wrong with WA.

    Too many positive comments on WA in the community. You get banned for giving constructive criticisms regarding WA. I swear, the people there don’t have a clue what they are doing.

    Here’s the truth tea: the course materials in WA is not worth any penny/cent. You can easily google the info on how to get started with affiliate marketing for FREE because the info are the same.

    VERY basic stuff, really.

    Anyways, when I was still a WA member, I felt alone. why? Because I knew something was weird.

    I couldn’t find any HONEST TRULY UNBIASED opinion/review about WA. I was literally desperate to find one because my intuition was telling me this isn’t right and I should quit WA.

    Not only was I wasting my money (6 months worth), but also my time.

    Which is why I am so grateful for people like James.

    Honestly I feel like WA is a cult. And as for Jerry, members do kind of “regard” him as a God. It’s laughable at this point.

    I am no longer doing affiliate marketing but I still see fake reviews by WA affiliates not just on MMO products but also info products from Clickbank.

    I was looking for reviews on an info product and they were all just fake reviews from sites that only cares about the money.

    Literally 0 effort. Just stole the whatever was written on the info product sales page and try to make it sound “legit” by adding their opinions and changing some words. Just LOL.

    What really bugs me is that these people didn’t even PURCHASE THE PRODUCT.

    How can you go to bed every night knowing that?

    I really want this plague of “scam busting” “honest unbiased” affiliate sites with fake reviews to end.

    We readers are not stupid. If only these affiliate marketers start being honest and genuine, they could succeed.


    A frustrated reader who just wants more honest reviews in Google search results

  • Thanks for sharing your insight regarding Wealthy Affiliate – really do appreciate it.

    I’ve also heard the information is very basic and can be easily found with just a few searches on Google.

    Plus, I’ve got to agree with what you said about Wealthy Affiliate being cult like too…

    Trust me; I’ve been on the receiving end on this as well, and believe me, it ain’t pretty.

    If you say anything remotely negative about Wealthy Affiliate, the “Wealthy Affiliate Defence Force” (that’s what I call ’em LOL) will swoop in and leave nasty comments on your site and write blogposts on how you can’t be trusted and the Wealthy Affiliate is the only true way of making money online and all that nonsense.

    …It’s so transparent, it’s pathetic – it really is.

    I’ve even got a few posts about me due to me calling out this unethical marketing practice of reviewing products they’ve never had access to.

    What gets me is how they spin it in their own heads with what they’re doing is completely fine.

    (I guess it can be easy to turn a blind eye when you’re part of the Wealthy Affiliate hive-mind though LOL)

    Yet, not one of them will declare in their reviews they haven’t had access to the products they review.

    If there’s nothing wrong with this behaviour then why don’t they openly admit it in their reviews?

    Simple – because their reviews will instantly lose creditability and they’ll take a HUGE hit in commissions department too.

    But yeah, it’s a practice that needs to end ASAP and the only way to do this is by building awareness to this unethical marketing practice.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thought on this post.

    It’s always good to get insight from someone who was an actual Wealthy Affiliate member so I genuinely grateful for you sharing your thoughts on it.

    Good luck with your endeavours anyway 🙂

    James Scholes

  • James Gahandara

    Wealthy affiliate promoters must be the biggest parasites on the internet. It’s disgusting and would be nice if the FTC would look into it.

  • I totally agree with you, James.

    That said, I think the tide is gradually turning as more and more people are starting to see through it now.

    I speak to dozens of people on a weekly basis who are getting savvy to this unethical marketing practice.

    They always say the same thing, as in, as soon as they land on one of these sites and see they’re pushing Wealthy affiliate, they leave immediately as the site in question instantly loses its credibility in their eyes.

    I reckon after a while, Wealthy Affiliate will start to get a bad rep in the marketplace and their members will no longer want to be associated with it.

    I’m starting to see more articles and posts by fellow marketers who are sick and tired of this too which can only be a good thing in my opinion.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts – it’s always good to hear what others think of this situation too.

    Good luck, buddy 🙂

    James Scholes

  • It really saddens me to hear what you’ve gone through because I own the Evergreen Wealth Formula and I know it’s a legit MMO program.

    I even wrote a in-depth review because I was that impressed with the course:


    The fact that people will literally lie and slander other people’s names just so they can make a quick buck online is simply despicable .

    Every time I look up reviews for a MMO product, I always see these fake review sites pushing Wealthy Affiliate. It was the same when I was looking up Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews too.

    Thankfully I’m aware of this unscrupulous tactics deployed by these people so I’m immune to them.

    Unfortunately, like you’ve said in your post, it’s the people who are new to the market who fall for these devious tricks used by WA affiliates.

    For anyone who’s reading this and still sat on the fence on whether or not to get the Evergreen Wealth Formula, I say get it, you won’t regret it.

    It’s one of the best courses I’ve ever bought and James gives top-notch support that is unrivalled in this industry, full stop!

  • Vanessa Arundel

    Hi James,

    I’m very eager to join your orgnisation. what I would like to know, are there any more costs involved? I just need to make sure that i have enough funds to continue.

    I have been unemployed for about 5 years and i have borrowed money to start. I am based in South Africa

    I am ready to sign up now.

    I hope to hear from you soon.

    Thanks a ton

    Vanessa Arundel

  • Hi Vanessa,

    As it goes, I actually replied to your email a couple of hours ago.

    So check your email and you should find my email and answers to your questions too.

    Hope this helps anyway 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Hey Michael,

    Just read your Evergreen Wealth Formula review and it was awesome… Thanks!

    And thank you taking a leap of faith and investing in my program too.

    A lot of people have been deterred by all the fake Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews out there, unfortunately.

    Thankfully, you was savvy enough to know better so I appreciate it.

    Great to see you’re making good money from it too 🙂

    Keep up the good work!

    James Scholes

  • Rose

    Interesting. I’m glad you elaborated on this issue. I’ve had a feeling that this site was a scam for a while. Thank you for your review!

  • You’re welcome, Rose.

    Unfortunately, Google is absolutely swamped with these fake reviews, these days.

    My rule of thumb is; if you’re looking up reviews for a MMO product and you come across a review where they recommend Wealthy Affiliate… Then run for the hills.

    It’s practically guaranteed they haven’t reviewed the said product and they’re just trying to trick you into buying the Wealthy Affiliate through their affiliate link instead.

    It’s very unethical marketing but it’s something we all need to be aware of so we don’t fall for their lies.

    James Scholes

  • James

    Hey Dude

    FYI – this is optimized for “Evergreen Wealth Formula” and not Wealthy Affiliate…

    You may want to optimize/re-tweak to rank for Wealthy Affiliate as well, to get more eyeballs on this post

    Keep up the great work!


  • Hey James,

    Thanks for the heads up – appreciate it.

    However, as you can see, I’ve optimized it for “Evergreen Wealth Formula review” because I’ve got lots of fake reviews from Wealthy Affiliate members for my product and I’m trying to combat it with this post.

    James Scholes

  • Pravin Kumbhar

    Hey James I am getting toned of emails from WA founder as I just directed to their website while reading review of QNET mlm business. My first impression was..hmm pretty good. They teach everything on creating website selecting product/ niche and earning money just by getting traffic. What confused me is I saw their members website and it is promoting the same concept of making money online and link to wa. I thought it is about selecting your specialized area and writing about it at the same time promoting other company product dealing in that area. I was not knowing is making money online means promoting the same concept and same course which I did. In short you just work as their marketing agent with your own investments and no guarantee of salary. Basically website like WA are just recruiting people to work for them at by giving money to them. Amazing model of making people fool. It is almost same as qnet pr Amway where you give them money to join and get more people. I have not joined WA. Neither read any reviews. Just emailed the owner and he has not responded which is enough for me to take decision. They are only after my money asking me to join premium. I would say WA is scam. Don’t know about yours as I have not did any research yet. After burning my hands in Qnet, Amway, binary options- which was complete fraud, i am now very careful even putting single penny. This clear my concept that there is no such make money thing. Clear me if i have understand anything incorrectly about WA or this all online money making scheme. Thanks

  • Hey Pravin,

    Personally, I’d recommend to stay away from the Wealthy Affiliate.

    The program basically teaches you how to build a review site and then recommend the Wealthy Affiliate program over the products you’re reviewing every single time.

    Thing is, most of the affiliates don’t buy the products they review, so they either just look up reviews in Google (which are just more fake reviews from Wealthy Affiliate members) or literally just make it up on the spot.

    This is why you see so many reviews for internet marketing courses recommending the Wealthy Affiliate.

    The funny thing is, hardly any of them are making money doing this as it’s hyper-competitive writing reviews for online marketing courses.

    Me personally, I’ve had hundreds of fake reviews written about my Evergreen Wealth Formula program and they’re all Wealthy Affiliate members.

    Now the Wealthy Affiliate training itself is extremely basic and massively out to date too… So you’ll struggle to get results with their training regardless.

    Plus, the website you get when you sign up to the Wealthy Affiliate program is basically a neutered version of WordPress.

    Seriously, it would work out cheaper just to get proper hosting and then install the real version of WordPress on your server (which is free to download and install by the way).

    This way, when you do this, you’ll save a ton of money and and you’ll also have full control over your site.

    In fact, even their top Wealthy Affiliate members know the free website is junk because not one of them use it – they all have real hosting and use the real version of WordPress.

    Also, when you cancel your Wealthy Affiliate program, you lose your website and all the hard work you put into it as well.

    As it goes, I have a free course on my Youtube channel that teaches you a similar model to the Wealthy Affiliate but it doesn’t involve writing fake reviews and recommending Wealthy Affiliate etc (you can use this to promote whatever you want, actually).

    It’s a far superior course with way more advanced training and everything is up to date as well.

    Like I said, it’s on my Youtube channel and you can go through the entire training series for free, right here:


    But yeah, this free training series is everything you need to know on how to make a full time income online and it will walk you step by step throughout the entire process of it all.

    I also recommend subscribing to my Youtube channel as I’m currently in the process of uploading another training series on a new way of making money online which I think you’ll enjoy.

    Anyway, thanks for sharing your thoughts on this…

    At the end of the day, the Wealthy Affiliate program is junk and isn’t worth the time of day in my opinion.

    Good luck with whatever path you choose anyway, Pravin.

    James Scholes

  • Pravin Kumbhar

    Hi James

    I have asked few questions and did not any answer from anyone who is selling this model.
    The only question I have is why people are sharing their secret if this is such a huge opportunity? What’s the secret of sharing as you know this will create more competition and in few years this will be like amazon FBA.

    I am from Australia Just lost my job and have 2 weeks in hand. Do you suggest if I get into evergreen, i will be in a position to earn some money in 2 to 3 weeks. I am ready to put all effort.

    What is the initial investment apart from buying evergreen wealth. My aim is to atleast make 1000 to 2000 AUD in a month for survival so that if I lose a job I should be able to earn for my mortgage.

    Do you reckon that this is very high expectations or how much time and investment it will take to reach this goal?

    Appreciate your help.

  • Hey Pravin,

    Ah yes, the ol’ “if it’s so profitable, then why are you teaching it to others?” question.

    First up, I can’t speak for other people but I can give you an answer from my point of view.

    Basically, to boil it down to its most simplest point, what I teach in the Evergreen Wealth Formula cannot get saturated.

    This is because there’s literally tens of thousands of new people looking for solutions to their problems or becoming passionate about something every single month.

    For example, if you look at the keyword “how to get a sixpack” there’s 14,800 people Googling this phrase every single month.

    These are basically new people entering the market for this subject – and like I said – this is every single month so there’ll be roughly another 14,800 Googling this phrase next month and the month after that as well.

    Also, keep in mind this is just one variation of this keyword as people will search for a lot of similar phrases too, like “sixpack guide” etc.

    So there’ll be many thousands more than the 14,800 we got from the original keyword.

    So my point is; there’s more than enough room for people to make money with the Evergreen Wealth Formula.

    The only way I can see the methods taught in the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 become saturated is if the human population starts to decrease over a long period of time – but lets get real here – that’s not going to happen any time soon.

    Just keep in mind I can’t speak for other programs or courses as they’re all different and I obviously don’t know their methods and business models taught in these programs.

    Regarding your question about when you can get results with the Evergreen Wealth Formula course…

    Well, it varies from person to person so I can’t give you an time, date and the exact amount you’ll make with the EWF 2.0.

    But generally, EWF members end up making around $300 – $500 a day in about 3 months following the EWF system.

    Some do it sooner and some take a little longer but it’s roughly around 3 months to hit that $300 – $500 a day online mark.

    However, one member started making money 17 days after implementing the system.

    After that, he just scaled it up to the income level he wanted and last I heard, he’s doing around $800 a day.

    But the best one was this 23 year old who made $13,345.28 in 1 day after just 2 weeks following the EWF 2.0 system.

    Now obviously, I’m not going to say you’ll earn any of the figures I’ve mentioned above because it’s different for everyone, but generally, people who actually implement the system go on to make money with it.

    Hopefully this answers your questions for you anyway, Pravin 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Pravin Kumbhar

    Thanks James.

    Just a quick one, What about hosting and domain cost?
    And, am I lose all my websites if I am not following formula?

  • Hey Pravin,

    The Evergreen Wealth Formula will cost you roughly $40 – $50 a month to implement.

    This is for all the tools and services you need to make everything work and this includes the domain and hosting as well.

    Also, you get life time access to the website and content in the Evergreen Wealth Formula too.

    So no, you won’t lose your website or content – even if you’re not following the course.

    Hope this helps anyway, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Before reading your article, I just thought of making the customer click on the link as much as possible and your article made me realize many things. Your blog is really useful. Thank you James for taking the time to write this article and it gave me another perspective on evaluating products on internet marketing.

  • You’re welcome, Nate… Happy I could help 🙂

    Good luck,

    James Scholes

  • Adebowale Adeyemi

    James keep your good works going. Pls I want you to make the accounts section of your Evergreen wealth Formula2.0 product complete so I get the detailed account to pay in to

  • Hey Adebowale,

    Thank you, I’ll try my best.

    Regarding your question about the Evergreen Wealth Formula: I’ve replied to your email so make sure to read them.

    Hope this helps 🙂

    James Scholes

  • It’s messed up the way they’re doing business, teaching members to write that everything they review is trash and that wealthy affiliate is the bomb.

    If the members actually used what they taught to make proper reviews, they’d most likely make a lot more.

    Ah well.

    Good post James, hopefully you’ve managed to steer some people away from joining them.

  • I totally agree with you, Jonas…

    If they actually wrote real reviews instead of glorified Wealthy Affiliate promotions, they would make more money in the long run.

    Thing is, Wealthy Affiliate and their affiliates are getting so well known for this, it’s actually starting to damage their reputation and anyone associated with it.

    I speak to people all the time and they tell me as soon as they see a review recommend Wealthy Affiliate, they instantly back-page the hell out of there because it’s most likely a fake review and the rest of the site will be sullied with the same unethical marketing practice as well.

    At the end of the day, there’s only so many times you can do this before the laws of diminishing returns start to kick in, and thankfully, people are now wising up to it.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts anyway – appreciate it, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Joe

    Hi James

    I’ve read good things about this course, and I’m seriously considering buying the EWF. I’m just wondering how you cash out your earnings. Does it use PayPal? Does it also work from the UK (noticed that it’s all in dollars, so was just curious)?


  • Hey Joe,

    That’s great you’re hearing good things about my course – especially with what I mentioned in this post.

    Anyway, to answer your question: the Evergreen Wealth Formula works with all affiliate networks so it’s down to them how they pay you.

    That said, most will pay you using Paypal as that’s the easiest way of paying affiliates, these days.

    Oh, and the Evergreen Wealth Formula definitely works in the UK. I’d know, with me living here myself.

    Don’t worry about getting paid in US dollars by the way…

    Paypal will automatically convert it to pounds and your bank will convert it too if you get paid by cheque or if it’s a direct payment into your bank account.

    Hope this helps anyway 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Good day Evergreen Wealth Formula Team Players
    :-)Happy Friday

    Three very cool things I want to point out about Evergreen Wealth Formula
    and the so call competition (I refuse to mention them by name and for a very good reason, I’ll come back to this).

    Now, please understand the following is what I believe and just like anything else in life, you have to take it with a grain of salt (this is particularly important to do when dealing with reviews and on top of it, if they do not have support for concrete truthful evidence).

    1. ENERGY:

    The first point is about Energy, it takes a tremendous amount of energy to do OLM and writing untruthful reviews is just not a good use of energy.


    Because it’s about competing using non positive energy…

    According to the great motivator Earl Nightingale, The Strangest Secret
    “Instead of competing, all we have to do is create”


    “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”.

    “Be of service: build, work, dream, CREATE!

    Do this and you’ll find there is no limit to the prosperity and abundance that will come to you.

    Prosperity is founded upon a law of mutual exchange. Any person who contributes to prosperity must prosper in turn himself.

    Sometimes the return will not come from those you serve, but it must come to you from someplace, for that is the >>LAW<<".

    (It's like the natural Law of gravity, what goes up must come down)

    This is worth repeating…

    "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction"…

    ~Earl Nightingale, The Strangest Secrets, considered one of the greatest motivational books of all time.

    2. KARMA:

    The Law of Karma or Cause and Effect-

    "Every action generates a force of energy that returns to us in like kind… what we sow is what we reap. And when we choose actions that bring happiness and success to others, the fruit of our karma is happiness and success".
    ~Deepak Chopra-Seven Spiritual Laws Of Success,

    (Mr. Chopra one of the best-known and wealthiest figures in alternative medicine, published 86 books, 14 bestsellers including The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success)

    that's all that is needed to be said here, this statement speaks for its self-

    I actually learned the following from…

    Working at Clear Channel Communication, currently iHeartMedia's radio network, the largest radio broadcaster in the United States…

    We were taught…

    Mentioning the competition in a bad or good light, just creates more awareness and only benefits whoever you are talking about…

    This really is very powerful advertising, particularly for benefiting the receiver of negative ENERGY…

    This situation with EWF and those other guys is a case of "Imitation, the highest form of flattery" but from a negative stand point…

    Imitation is the highest form of flattery, because it shows that those 'other guys' have not only taken the time to observe Evergreen Wealth Formula/their work, but also trying to replicate it.

    These guys are attempting to copy the EWF business model, and to substantiate the imitation part, they actually are making comparison's all over the place…

    Please remember this is my view point, I would not give them anymore Energy, they are now 'just those other guys'.

    let those 'other guys' keep doing what they are doing, this just enhances the EWF brand, because their objective is helping and servicing people.

    iheart Media owns 855 radio stations largely from teaching a mindset not to promote the other guy unless they are buying advertising.

    In other words our focus was about…
    "Create don't Compete" Mindset.

    One love


    Al b Bucks EWF (Allan Buckingham),
    EWF Team Player in proud affiliation with…

    James Scholes-Evergreen Wealth Formula

  • Wow, this is a comment and a half right here, Allan!

    Anyway, thanks for sharing your thoughts on this and I agree wholeheartedly with everything you say.

    Good luck with the Evergreen Wealth Formula anyway 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Theodore Juan Tolliver III

    I’m having trouble right now getting everything together, but I’m sure Evergreen wealth formula 2.0 will be a blessing.

  • Hey Theodore,

    Sorry to hear that.

    Hopefully things will get better for you sooner rather than later.

    And sure….

    If you’re struggling financially, then the Evergreen Wealth Formula will definitely help you that in that respect.

    Regardless, I wish you the best of luck whatever you choose anyway, mate 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Dupleix Ngadehi

    Hi James,

    Since last week I’ve been trying to browse the internet to learn more about your Evergreen Wealth Formula course. And I came across your review and all the exchanges you had with different users. I am very interested.

    However, I have some concerns. I am a Cameroonian and I don’t know if Evergreen Wealth Formula can work for me. Especially because Paypal only works in my country for online payment but we can’t receive payments from merchant sites or affiliate through this medium. So, I wonder if there is no other way to receive these affiliate payments?

    Also, I’m very broke right now and in a lot of debt. I’m really counting on opportunities like this to help me get back on my feet financially and eventually become financially free. Therefore, I am looking for a way to get back into debt to pay for this course. Because I think it would be really worth it. Perhaps your course is what will give me hope. What do you think about it?

    Thank you for the time you would take to answer me!

  • Hey Dupleix,

    Regarding your question: you can use the Evergreen Wealth Formula to promote any affiliate offer you want.

    So with that said, I recommend finding an affiliate network you can collect payments from as they’re all compatible with the Evergreen Wealth Formula.

    Here’s a few affiliate networks off the top of my head:

    – Clickbank
    – JVZoo
    – Warriorplus
    – Offer Vault

    You can also do a search for “Best affiliate network list” and you’ll find tons of sites compiling lists of affiliate networks you can checkout.

    But yeah, if you can find at least one you can collect payments from, then you can use that in conjunction with the Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 program.

    Also, I hear you loud and clear with the struggles you’re going through, right now…

    If you’re willing to work hard, be patience and consistently apply the Evergreen Wealth Formula’s training then I’m pretty sure it’ll help you to get the financial freedom you seek.

    Regardless, I wish you the best of luck whatever path you choose 🙂

    James Scholes

  • Dupleix Ngadehi

    Hi James!

    Thank you for your answer which was quite explicit. Thanks for the list of some affiliate programs. I have tried to register on a few of them with success for some and failure for others. It was just to see the feasibility of using these sites in my country, Cameroon.

    So I was able to register on jvzoo, warriorplus and offervault. But I had difficulties registering on clickbank. Because each time the site told me that my email address is blacklisted. And now, even though I have changed the addresses, nothing has changed and I think that clickbank does not work in my country.

    Thanks to your message I was also able to do some research on the Internet on the best affiliate programs and this has further strengthened me in the idea that this type of program can really help me to recover from my many past failures in online business.

    By the way, I am happy to inform you that I have in the meantime managed to create a verified paypal account capable of receiving online payments.

    As for my debt situation I have been able to make an assessment and the cumulative amount is $16,000 to be paid back in five months at the most.

    On the other hand, as I told you last time, I am looking for the money to buy your program. I have already been able to get a certain amount and soon I will be able to buy this programme.
    However, I have some questions about your program. I read earlier in a comment that there are other fees besides the $197: $20 or $40 per month. Does your program take into account the hosting of websites, domain names, or do customers have to pay for this themselves?

    Thank you for your concern.

  • Hi Dupleix,

    First up, I’m glad those recommendations worked out for you.

    Regarding the cost: it’ll cost you no more than $40 – $50 a month to run the Evergreen Wealth Formula program.

    This takes into action everything you need to make it work and run.

    Such as:


    Compared to other programs out there, it’s extremely cheap to run so it shouldn’t break the bank money wise.

    Hope this helps and best of luck with it too 🙂

    James Scholes

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