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Make $8000/month using Digital Altitude (Strictly Click Bait)

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  1. cwbhood

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    I'll pledge my allegiance to the BHW community with my newbie status account.

    What am I even talking about -> digitalaltitude.co

    My story here,
    I found a thread here in BHW talking about how to make money using Instagram and Member Ivandapperen posted on it about MSG him and he could help so I did MSG him. He invited me to chat with him on Facebook which we chatted and voice chatted through Facebook messenger.

    I signed up on Digital Altitude. It cost $1 for first month membership... With useless benefits, but you get this dedicated coach to spam on skype. There's these steps you take but each step is just a video you watch basically. So What's the big deal? I didn't pay for the upgrade that everyone within the system wants you to buy which in order gives everyone your money.

    Google -> Digital Altitude and find some reviews.

    I was very close to paying $1,900 for their Rise membership which has a $65/month fee. They give you more videos to watch and put you into a private Facebook group to chat with people about how to market Digital Altitude. So what's going on is you buy to get in and they teach you how to pull in more peps in order to make commission.

    Has anyone been apart of them before other than that one member I have already mentioned? I'm confused, should I give them money and join the scheme or just be a rat and chat about it?

    You pay money to learn how to market their marketing program which is called Digital Altitude
     
  2. zwyxeeel

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    yea he alrady tricked u to signup as his referall i guess..

    sounds like a " spend money - get little money " back thing
     
  3. cwbhood

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    Yes I agree, but I just don't want to seem rude to their system as they have many people within it (Cult has many followers)
     
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    Sounds like a referral scheme. You learn how to direct referral signups to that site right? So you're paying the site to learn how to get the site more sales.
     
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    Yes that's right. You buy inside the program and you are taught how to sell the program
     
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    Isn't that what's considered a pyramid scheme or am I mistaken?

    Oh never mind. That's where a tree of referrals take place and the ones on top make a lot.
     
  7. cwbhood

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    This is a Pyramid Scheme that dodges the laws for now but future laws would take it down. You pay $1,900 to get into the program that actually teaches you and all they teach you is how to market the program to make the program more money, but you market the program in order to get commission %

    At the moment they sell an mentoring and education system which covers them from government take over and shutdown. Future laws will get more comprehensive and take these things out of our economies. So for now you can do it if your heart is okay with it :p
     
  8. uncutu

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    how to make $8000/month?-- have just 4 people sign up for your $2000 membership site every month where you tell them they can make money online. seems like just another "guru" bs.
    they have a 14 day refund policy... 72 hr for the coaching. give it a shot; basically risk free asuming they honor it.
    end of the story... are you comfortable throwing 2k in the wind? but usually these guys are honorable with refunds so long as youre within terms.
     
  9. djw1606

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    Don't know anything about the company, but I'm guessing you pay $2,000 and they send you a video that says "find suckers with $2,000 - convince them they can make $8,000 a month"
     
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    Looks like a pyramid scheme for me. They ask you to join with a fee and they will teach you to promote their company.

    Just invest your money in other things. Avoid this kind of networking/pyramid schemes.
     
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    Don't do it........
     
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    Its a worst click bait thread i ever read. Not gonna see that product.
     
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    Sounds like a multi-leveling marketing scheme, He might ask you to get users to join aswell.
     
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    I never tried this one before but it looks fishy....
     
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    Smells a bit like those 'Big Idea Mastermind' -MLM sites. This takes me back to 2013 when I was eating this shit up like it was cotton candy. Almost invested $$$ into it. I think a glitch in their system prevented me from signing up or something.

    OP, in 2014 I refused to listen to advice from BHW members and wasted time and money on PTC. There are so many other ways to make munies, don't do this to yourself, lol.
     
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    As with any of these programs, it's not so much the training, it's what YOU do with it.

    There are two problems, the first is that people buy these courses/products/training etc and expect to make money without doing anything more than purchasing. The second is that sometimes how they are promoted, helps fuel problem one.

    With the information you learn, you can apply it to promoting anything online. They are great for people just starting out as you can learn everything you need, in one place, as DA also provides coaching via Skype. If you are an advanced marketer or know what you are doing, again, these are great opportunities to join because you can make decent money promoting them.

    Final comment: it's a business. Businesses require money. Too many 'broke' people join things like this then scream "scam" when they realize that (god forbid) they might actually need to spend some money. If you don't have at least a few thousand to spend on marketing, don't waste your time with any of these systems. Also, for most of these high tickets systems, never go "all in" straight away. Position yourself at either the first or second level, then spend the money you "saved" on marketing. If you are promoting to cold traffic (which most people are) literally like 98% of the people you bring in won't go all in.

    Also, as of right now, I wouldn't join Digital Altitude.
     
  18. Sephrata

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    Sorry to resurrect this thread, but Digital Altitude has made the news because the FTC has gained a court order to stop Digital Altitude from offering coaching - https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/pre...-court-order-halting-business-coaching-scheme

    The court document https://www.ftc.gov/system/files/documents/cases/digital_altitude_complaint.pdf makes for an interesting read. It shows that the people who joined Digital Altitude were charged over $14 million, with some individual customers losing over $50,000.

    It looks like the Digital Altitude chargeback rate was so high that their merchant accounts kept getting terminated. To create new merchant accounts, they were continually creating new entities with dummy sites.
     
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    looks suspection
     
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    About as suspicious as your account and posts.