Thursday, August 12, 2010

Is Wela A Scam?

Honest answer, I'm not sure yet. I signed up for WELA today. Yes, I paid the $50 fee and signed up. Will I make any money? Who knows. I figured that it wouldn't hurt to try.

So here's what I know so far...

When you sign up, they give you 2 personal websites. They all pretty much look the same as everybody else's but they give you credit when someone clicks through your page. It's kind of like when someone purchases a product off of an affiliate page and you get a commission.

I will have to work to get people to sign up unless I pay another $37.95 to have 25 people a month directed to my site. I'm not willing to do that at this point. I guess I'm on my own for right now. I am going to apply a few marketing techniques I have learned over the past 18 months I have been working online and see where that gets me. I will also be keeping you updated on my progress.

If you would like to check out WELA yourself and see what theis program offers, then click this link and read all about it. Feel free to leave me any comments regarding your own personal WELA experiences or let me know if you decided to sign up. Thanks - Jessica

Update: You can see how I'm progressing by checking out Post #2.


  1. Ive tried to contact them but no answere. And Ive signed up with two different emails and I get from two people mails about that I have got several people signed up under me. I compared the two mails and found out that its the same people that joined under me on my both email addresses. Im a little bit skeptic about the whole thing.

  2. I was a member for 2 months and did the whole buy in of tour takers. Not one of the 50 tourtakers signed up. Worse yet the product is far from anything that will get you to lose weight. AFter two bottles I feel no different and no postive results I am out of here.