Super Affiliate Network Review: $17,491 “all in” coaching memberships

Super Affiliate Network launched in mid 2016. The company provides a corporate address on their website in the US state of Hawaii.

Heading up Super Affiliate Network is Founder, Misha Wilson.

So the story goes;

After getting started Online at the age of 22, (Misha Wilson) soon there after hit 6 figures by the age of 24, and then scaled his company to the multimillion dollar mark by the age of 25.

After being a top earner in multiple different opportunities, and watching 97% of all of his teammates fail due to not being able to duplicate his efforts, Misha saw a gap in the Marketplace.

Thus began the beginnings of The Super Affiliate Network.

Wilson (right) doesn’t mention the companies he was in prior to founding the Super Affiliate Network. Through various marketing scraps left around the place however I was able to tie him to  and Elite Marketing Pro and The Home Business Agency.

From the looks of it Wilson’s history is that of your typical affiliate marketer; “I was broke” –> “Now I’m rich selling you stuff on how you can become rich too”.

And that’s pretty much what the Super Affiliate Network promises;

The goal of SAN is simple… To teach all of his members everything they need to know in order to break through and achieve success, along with helping them create there [sic] first breakthroughs with Misha’s done for you solutions.

Read on for a full review of the Super Affiliate Network MLM opportunity.

Super Affiliate Network Products

The Super Affiliate Network website doesn’t list any actual products.

Instead the company describes itself as “a system” that provides access to

  • 1:1 hands on coaching
  • a live interactive community
  • email marketing automation
  • live training & more
  • done for you traffic and
  • a global sales system

Access to these services are provided upon payment of membership fees.

The more a Super Affiliate Network affiliate pays in fees the more services they receive access to.

The Super Affiliate Network Compensation Plan

Super Affiliate Network affiliates pay membership fees and are paid when they recruit others who do the same.

  • Basic membership is $24 to $47 a month ‘depending on any special offers, promotions, or one-time offers’
  • Annual membership is $297 or $397 “depending on any special offers, promotions, or one-time offers”
  • Premium membership is $97 (one-time upsell)
  • Super Affiliate Monthly membership is $47 (only purchasable when signing up, one-time upsell)
  • Pro Silver membership is $2497 (one-time, includes everything tied to the memberships above)
  • Pro Gold membership is $2997 (one-time, same as Pro Silver but includes non-specified “further products”)
  • Maui Intensive membership is $12,497 and provides access to a quarterly event in Hawaii (one fee payment = attendance at one event)
  • All In membership is $17,497 and, as the name suggests, provides access to everything

Commissions are paid on the above fee payments down two levels of recruitment (unilevel).

Commission rates are based on how much a Super Affiliate Network affiliate spends on fees.

Basic Membership

  • Basic membership sales pay 70% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • Annual, Premium, and Super Affiliate Monthly membership sales pays 40% on level 1 and 5% on level 2

There doesn’t appear to be any commissions paid on Pro Silver, Pro Gold, Maui Intensive and All In memberships sold at the Basic membership level.

Annual Membership

  • Basic membership sales pay 70% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • Premium and Super Affiliate Monthly membership sales pay 40% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • Annual membership sales pay 70% on level 1 and 5% on level 2

There doesn’t appear to be any commissions paid on Pro Silver, Pro Gold, Maui Intensive and All In memberships sold at the Annual membership level.

Premium Membership

  • Basic, Premium and Super Affiliate Monthly membership sales pay 70% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • Annual membership sales pay 40% on level 1 and 5% on level 2

There doesn’t appear to be any commissions paid on Pro Silver, Pro Gold, Maui Intensive and All In memberships sold at the Premium membership level.

Pro Silver and Pro Gold Memberships

  • Basic, Premium, Super Affiliate Monthly and Annual membership sales pay 70% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • Pro Silver and Pro Gold membership sales pay 33.36% on level 1 and 16.68% on level 2
  • sales of website traffic ($300 to $5000) also pay a 10% commission on level 1

There doesn’t appear to be any commissions paid on Maui Intensive and All In memberships sold at the Pro Silver and Pro Gold membership levels.

Maui Intensive Membership

  • Basic, Premium, Super Affiliate Monthly and Annual membership sales pay 70% on level 1 and 20% on level 2
  • Pro Silver and Pro Gold membership sales pay 33.96% on level 1 and 16.98% on level 2
  • Maui Intensive membership sales pay 28% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • sales of website traffic ($300 to $5000) also pay a 10% commission on level 1

There doesn’t appear to be any commissions paid on All In memberships sold at the Maui Intensive membership level.

All In Membership

  • Basic, Premium, Super Affiliate Monthly and Annual membership sales pay 70% on level 1 and 20% on level 2
  • Pro Silver and Pro Gold membership sales pay 33.96% on level 1 and 16.98% on level 2
  • Maui Intensive membership sales pay 28% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • All In membership sales pay 31% on level 1 and 5% on level 2
  • sales of website traffic ($300 to $5000) also pay a 10% commission on level 1

Car Bonus

The Super Affiliate Network Car Bonus is tied to monthly generation of points.

Points are generated via the sale of certain Super Affiliate Network memberships:

  • website traffic package ($300 to $5000) – 2 points
  • event tickets (???) – 3 points
  • Pro Silver and Pro Gold membership sales – 5 points
  • Maui Intensive membership sales = 20 points

Based on monthly point generation, the following Car Bonus tiers are paid out:

  • 20 points in a month = $500 Car Bonus
  • 40 points in a month = $1000 Car Bonus
  • 60 points in a month = $1500 Car Bonus
  • 80 points in a month = $2000 Car Bonus
  • 100 points in a month = $2500 Car Bonus

Note that generated points do not carry over from month to month, the Car Bonus is an ongoing monthly qualification.

Joining the Super Affiliate Network

Super Affiliate Network affiliate membership is tied to the purchase of one of the following memberships:

  • Basic membership – $24 to $47 a month
  • Annual membership – $297 or $397 annually
  • Pro Silver membership – $2497
  • Pro Gold membership – $2997
    Maui Intensive membership – $12,497
  • All In membership – $17,497

The Super Affiliate Network compensation plan does a poor job of explaining costs associated with the various membership levels.

As I understand it a Super Affiliate Network affiliate who has bought in at a lower tier is able to “upgrade” for a reduced fee.

Note that the more a Super Affiliate Network affiliate spends in fees, the higher their commission rates in the compensation plan.

Conclusion

$1 trial memberships, “coaching”, a mountain of membership upsells, ticketed events that cost thousands of dollars… haven’t we seen this before?

Oh right, the FTC just busted Digital Altitude for pretty much the same business model.

Like Digital Altitude’s Michael Force, Misha Wilson hails from the school of “making money selling other people content on making money”.

And so we have a culture where anything is said to get people to hand over money, followed by “if you don’t make any money it’s your fault” cultish behavior.

In their lawsuit against Digital Altitude, the FTC essentially argued hardly anybody made the income that what was alluded to. Digital Altitude’s products existed primarily to sell to others on the same income allusions.

I’m not seeing anything different in the Super Affiliate Network.

On top of that there doesn’t appear to be any retail offering, with everyone in the company an affiliate unless they stop paying fees or do ‘not complete the first 7 modules within their first 30 days‘.

On top of that there’s strong “pay to play” baked into the compensation plan, with Super Affiliate Network affiliates required to cough up thousands in membership fees to earn on the sale of the same membership tiers.

This in and of itself is a regulatory red-flag.

Another highlight of the FTC’s Digital Altitude complaint was the disturbing practice of “coaches” twisting the screws on people to come up with money to join by any means possible. Even if that meant taking out ridiculous loans that prospects had no hope in hell of paying off.

What goes on in Super Affiliate Network coaching calls I can’t say, but the company’s compensation documentation does mention “payment plans” for membership fees.

In a nutshell prospective Super Affiliate Network prospects are lured in with a $1 membership fee gimmick, which turns into $47 a month.

From there it’s upsell your way to success, which in Digital Altitude meant “most people lose money”.

With a near identical business model and similar styling, I’m not really seeing how the Super Affiliate Network is any different.

Should the FTC investigate, things probably aren’t going to end well.

Let’s block ads! (Why?)

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