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Is Wealthy Affiliate a scam?I think I can answer that question. The reason is that I have been a member of Wealthy Affiliate University for four (4) years. Like so many university students, we don't stay forever. I was on the University of Utah campus for five years and then three years. Some spent more time there and some less.
Wealthy Affiliate is like going to the university part time. You pick out a course of study, pay for the course, perhaps several hundred dollars at a regular university, and then go on your way. The university has a lot to offer. Far more than one person could possible absorb. But you are there to earn something in particular. Whether or not you succeed in applying what you earned depends on you and your circumstances. The average person at Wealthy Affiliate stays six months. Some are more productive than others. Some that I know make more than some of my sons who are doctors. Others make smaller amounts, some very little. And often members leave for some reason and come back later.But the process is set in place at Wealthy Affiliate to Learn to Earn. I invite you personally to visit Wealthy Affiliate for Ten Full Days at no cost what-so-ever. The requirement to enter only via Facebook is no longer there. So Come On In and Chat with me! I'm tjbooks there if you see me chatting with others. You can read some of my blogs if you like or some of my tutorials. But what you will want to do first is to look at the Training Tutorials written by the owners, Kyle and Carson. Look at the 10-Day and 30-Day plans. And chat with Kyle and Carson.Well, there is a heck of a lot more. You WILL love the Adventure: CLICK HERE!John (tjbooks) John T. Jones, Ph.D.InternetBusinessToolCenter.com P.S. Why not keep an open mind and take a look at WA today?