Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review

Can't Recommend

Summary

Evergreen Wealth Formula is definitely NOT a scam, however it does require you to do some unethical things to earn money. You can use his training, but write your own content and advertise the right way.

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Is Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 A Scam?

With so many “make money online products flooding the market” it begs the question, which one is legitimate?

I stumbled upon Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 in the past and decided it is time to revamp this review to ensure that it is up-to-date.

Is Evergreen Wealth a legitimate product or is it another scheme designed to scam you out of your hard-earned money?

It is also a response to Jame’s blog about negative reviews from members of Wealthy Affiliate.

>>Click here to read Jame’s Review Featuring Wealthy Affiliate<<

Before we get started with this article, I must agree with James in regards to people posting negative reviews without actually trying out the product first.

My Brutally Honest Opinion

  • Product: Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0
  • Price: $197.00 Discounted From $297.00 (One-Time Fee)
  • Website: http://www.evergreenwealthformula.com/new/
  • Founder: James Scholes
  • Waste Of Money: Not really!
  • My Opinionated Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars

Evergreen Wealth Formula – Product Overview

Evergreen Wealth Formula is an online marketing training course founded by James Scholes.

Through his course, you will learn how to build a website that will earn you money without creating content.

In his training, you will receive steps that you will have to follow.

Apparently, if you can mimic his steps exactly and applying it to your website, you can potentially earn thousands of dollars on a monthly basis.

Note: Evergreen Wealth Formula has an affiliate program, but is only available to their members.

What Evergreen Wealth Formula Offers

According to his latest 2.0 version of Evergreen Wealth Formula, you will receive the following:

  • Fully automated to help you earn a full-time income.
  • Your very own fully functional website
  • It is unlimited to how much you want to scale up your income too.
  • ZERO content creation because his Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 system provides you with free content.
  • Step by step video tutorials
  • One on One Email Support with the founder James Scholes for FREE
  • Any future updates and modules will be absolutely FREE
  • Automated traffic stream to your website

How To Make Money With Evergreen Wealth Formula

I’ve been receiving messages on Instagram with users sending me links to a website known as RapidCashSystem.

It was through that website, how I discovered Evergreen Wealth Formula.

Step #1: First, you create a website or a landing page with only ONE purpose and that is to collect emails.

The subscribers are then converted to customers by redirecting them to a product. In my experience, I was redirected to Evergreen Wealth Formula.

I’m going to safely assume, that if I bought the product, whoever linked me would earn a commission from James Scholes.

Step #2: Creating content on your landing page by copying content. Probably provided by James Scholes(: A landing page with great content would entice the visitor to subscribe.

The Problem With Copied Content

I’m beginning to understand why I received 10+ private messages on Instagram telling me the same thing and redirecting me to the same website.

Since the content is more than likely copied material, the chance of your website ranking is completely out of the picture.

If you have a website even if it’s from signing up with Evergreen Wealth Formula, please write your own content that is unique to yourself.

Copied content will completely destroy your SEO.

The Follow Up Emails

I have not received any emails yet! I subscribed with 2 emails just to see what I will be receiving.

It will probably be some sort of training since it was about making money online just to keep me hooked.

I’m also going to safely assume down the line that I will be asked to buy something.

(This I’m okay with because how can someone teach you how to make money online if he or she is not making money).

This is probably copied content from James as well, but who knows?

Getting Traffic To Your Website

Obviously traffic is the most important aspect of this formula, otherwise, you wouldn’t make any sales.

I’m not a member of Evergreen Wealth Formula, so I don’t exactly know what method he teaches to generate traffic.

However, I have experienced it firsthand from his members on how they advertise.

On Instagram, I was receiving messages from different people with different names and pictures.

The messages are ALL the same, so they are either the same person using different names or they are different people using a pre-generated text to mass distribute.

I’ve only had this experience on Instagram so far, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this method was used in multiple social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google, etc.

This is quite smart assuming these accounts are generated by the same person. You can use different identities to post on your social media pages to create the impression that your product is legitimate.

The Pros and Cons Of Evergreen Wealth Formula

Pros of Evergreen Wealth Formula

  • Very intelligent founder
  • Detailed and convincing landing pages
  • Phenomenal training from witnessing the results of the members

Cons of Evergreen Wealth Formula

  • Absolutely ZERO search engine optimization involved which means you have to heavily rely on paid traffic or other unethical methods.
  • Copied content is a big NO in my books because you would never get ranked on Google for organic FREE traffic.
  • If they use fake names, fake pictures, etc. In my opinion, This is considered fraudulent! Can you imagine if someone is using your picture online?
  • Spam techniques! Basically going around spamming users with the same message over and over again.

My Final Thoughts On Evergreen Wealth Formula

Unfortunately, I cannot recommend Evergreen Wealth Formula. I know this will be viewed as biased and as James stated, trying to promote Wealthy Affiliate.

Personally, I feel like James doesn’t deserve the negative feedback; nobody does.

We all work hard to establish something and the last thing we need is people bashing on it to promote something else.

Evergreen Wealth Formula can most definitely help you make money, but it’s just not my cup of tea.

I prefer to do things the right way because I believe in long-term success. I didn’t make smartaffiliatehub.com to earn a quick buck.

Don’t get me wrong, I do want to make money, but not by using any form of unethical methods or scamming my visitors.

I hope this was helpful! Please let me know if you have any other questions by leaving a comment down below.

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4 thoughts on “Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0 Review”

  1. Hello Eric, thanks for your views on Evergreen. I can also see that this is not a scam, but I also wouldn't recommend it. Like you said, copied content is not good for the search engines and there is no way you can be ranked in Google. Personally, I will always recommend Wealthy Affiliate to anyone looking forward to making decent income online the right way. Thanks again and I wish you good luck!!!

  2. Hello Ahmad,

    Thank you for your input(: Wealthy affiliate is like a school, it still depends on you as the student to succeed. One who is determined to make money online and work hard and utilize the training from Wealthy Affiliate will make it far. However, those who thinks joining Wealthy Affiliate guarantees great success with minimal effort will struggle for results.

    Thank you again for leaving a comment and I wish you the best of luck(:

    Kind Regards,

    Eric

  3. Hi, Eric. Well, I guess I must be in the dog house looking at it through the eyes of the person who created Evergreen Wealth Formula 2.0, this James Scholes individual. Some 20 months ago, after doing thorough research on this opportunity I found it to be in my opinion a scam as stated in my review of this program.

    Scholes' opportunity at EWF 2.0 is the very epitome of a get-rich-quick scheme clearly presented within the pages of the company's website. For that reason alone, the creator trying to con people into believing that money could be easily AND QUICKLY earned online in a business venture makes it a scam!

    On the homepage of the site as it appeared back in March 2016 when I issued my review of this opportunity, Scholes' stated that (quote): "A person, following his 'proven system; could easily earn as much as $14,000 within the first week" (unquote) after he/she set up shop and opened an online business. And one wants to understand why people who have been victimized by phony opportunities like this one, (still seen too often online) are ticked off that these companies still exist.

    As you stated in your review, Eric, the EWF 2.0 program would involve copying published content from other sources onto a members' own website in order to attract customers. Google, Yahoo, and Bing absolutely detest that type of marketing venture by punishing the website owner, in addition to the fact that the individual would be laying him/herself wide open to criminal plagiarism charges.

    As you stated, apparently no emphasis is placed on SEO within this program. Good luck with a member trying to have his/her website ranked highly by the search engines. See the above for what I think instead would happen with copied content littering that individual's website instead.

    The reason why members of WA have gone out of their way to trash this EWF 2.0 program is to help readers understand that one would be foolish to get involved with a get-rich-quick program that would ultimately fail miserably in delivering on their promise.

    Really, earning 5-figures worth of money after one week in a new online business as taught by this system?

    It is the very antithesis of what is rightfully taught at WA: There is NO such thing as a valid get-rich-quick business opportunity that would be a slam dunk guarantee in making a person wealthy soon after joining the venture. These companies try to fool "newbies" people who have no prior experience in running an online business. Sadly, far too often these people have been burned by programs such as EWF 2-0.

    Jeff

  4. Hello Jeff,

    Thank you very much for your input! I apologize for taking so long to get back to you. I had a lot of errands to run since 6:30 AM pacific time. I've actually heard of Evergreen Wealth Formula way before I joined Wealthy Affiliate, but fortunately I didn't give it a chance xD 

    I subscribed to their newsletter just to see what their subscribers are receiving and I must say, he is very persistent. I didn't respond or take action to any of the emails I received and it just keeps coming with crazy claims of earning $14,000.

    I hope he understands there are bad people everywhere. Not everyone is an angel here at Wealthy Affiliate, but we are most definitely not taught to bad mouth a company or service.

    Thank you again for such detailed response and input Jeff! I wish you great success(:

    Kind Regards,

    Eric

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