Beware of "30 Day Workday Escape Plan" PM's

Last Update: February 10, 2021

Just a quick message, especially for the new WA members, to keep on the lookout for PMs talking about a "great opportunity" outside of WA called the 30 Day Workday Escape Plan.

Inevitably, when you have a large community, you'll have people making their way in trying to phish and lure members away from the platform. It doesn't happen very often here at WA, so when it does it's important not to fall for the shady schemes meant to take you away from your growth here.

One of my referral's brought it to my attention, and after looking around I've seen other new members blogging about it as well. It's laid out as maybe a hidden opportunity or a "shortcut" to success, but those who have ventured into it found it filled with unrealistic promises and red flags.

Worst of all, it takes you away from the great tools, training, and resources this platform has.

Understand this: If you ever receive any kind of PM from another member talking to you about a "great opportunity" outside of WA, report that member.

This isn't what WA is about, and it's so important to keep this community one that is spam free and one whose focus is on growth.

Have you received past PMs to your inbox trying to lure you into this scheme? Even if it's been awhile, report that member. The quicker we weed out those who try to take advantage of this community, the better off we all are.

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Godstrong Premium
for about two weeks now I have nee private charted to join "30 minutes Day Workday Escape Plan by a member of wa. the other person has been disturbing me with regular emails but the problem is that as a minister of God I don't just do things. I follow my spirit and my spirit never wanted me out of wealthy affiliate and that was why I never signed up, though I looked up and read little about the plan and even watched the shady videos they dropped. WA if my family and that is final. thanks for sharing sir.
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ericcantu Premium Plus
Oh wow. What's the username of the person sending you those PMs?
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BrendaMZ Premium
Hi Eric, no I have not seen this kind of marketing in my WA PM. Thanks for the warning. Its good to know what to watch for. I did see different YouTube videos about it, other affiliate marketers promoting that program. I know that its created by a guy, Nick Bramble. Other bloggers on the net wrote a review about it. Its true, that some will try to lure others away from WA.

For two years now on this platform, there are other scammers that I dealt with but nothing from that program you mentioned.

Yes, newbies wouldn't know the rules on this platform but it doesn't stop them from trying.

All I would do is report it like you stated. People state its a scam, others say its not but the point in all this, for any business the road to fast riches is a false ideology, and its not the truth.

It takes quite some time to build a business. If youre not in it for the long haul then dont even bother.

The “shiny object syndrome” is nothing but a marketing gimmick to get people tempted to get their eyes on money.

Money riches. All fake. Even one time, I was lured into Carlton Sheets real estate program, turned out it was harder than it looked.

The note brokering that got the guy from Colorado busted by the FTC shut him and his business down, some might know it as the Russ Dalbey (I think) he was on TV infomercials and it wasn't easy as it it seemed. A lot of people lost money into their coaching thats what FTC investigated and shut them down as illegal money making scheme.

Its important to do research and be careful not to fall into scam programs that does nothing but to rip people off.
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ericcantu Premium Plus
The main key here is that if you or anyone else receives direct private messages regarding any kind of opportunity outside of WA from someone you don't know, the thing to do is simply report them. :)
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BrendaMZ Premium
Exactly, I will be on the lookout. Yes, definitely report it fast as a speed lightening. Thanks so much for sharing this with us.
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JeffreyBrown Premium
I have before, Eric. I simply ignore them for what they are, and at the same time admonish them that is against the rules!

Jeff
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ericcantu Premium Plus
Do you remember the username of the person or persons sending them to you?
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JeffreyBrown Premium
No, it has been a while, but I can look back and see if the messages are still there. If I find anything, I will send you a PM1

Jeff
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Linda103 Premium
Thank you for highlighting this Eric, it is good especially for new members to know that it is wrong and to report the person.

I was offered an "opportunity" within my first few weeks nearly 2 years ago. I wasted a fair bit of time on it on and off.
Then other members asked about it via their blogs so I told them it was a scam.
At that time though I had no idea it should be reported. He was preying on the new people who didn't know much of anything at that point.
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ericcantu Premium Plus
Thanks for sharing. :)
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