Income Society Review

Income Society is an affiliate marketing scheme from Adeel Chowdhry. It also provides training programs and tools to assist with your marketing.

What does the product offer?

Income Society offers extensive training to anybody who wants to sign up to become an affiliate marketer for them. The system is claimed to be fully automated and according to Adeel Chowdhry, uses a ready made sales funnel. Income Society also allegedly provides traffic and a sales team who convert sales on your behalf.

How does the product work?

Despite Adeel Chowdhry saying in the marketing material that affiliate marketing is dead, Income Society seems to be very reliant on it. If Income Society is not an afiiliate marketing scheme the only other thing that immediately comes to mind is that you are getting commission for signing people up (one of the testimonials says “I had about 258 signups… including $6k in recurring commission). As I say, this to me points to either a questionable multi level marketing scheme or affiliate marketing.

What is the initial investment?

Access to Income Society is available from $47 although for this fee you only get access to the training. In order to gain access to the various money making commissions you have to pay extra, a fact that isn’t exactly well advertised. That having been said there is a 30 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

According to Adeel Chowdhry you can make tens of thousands of dollars per day using Income Society. Proof is shown in the form of various screenshots but these seem somewhat questionable.

Conclusion

Adeel Chowdhry first and foremost markets Income Society using a lifestyle and I find that this is usually indicative of a less than stellar product. Where most reputable money making programs will talk about the product and facts and figured, Adeel Chowdhry is rather quiet about all this. This worries me and when combined with the fact that you have to make additional payments to get to the money making aspects of Income Society, it makes for a product that personally, I don’t see as being worthwhile.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts