Wealth in a Box Review

Wealth in a Box is a program by Jamie Lewis that he claims will teach users how to set up an online business and generating revenue.

What does the product offer?

Wealth in a Box is a creation of Jamie Lewis who claims to have been operating online business since 2004. It uses a number of videos and webinars as well as one on one contact with Jamie Lewis to create a 3 step blueprint for a new online business in affiliate marketing.

How does the product work?

Wealth in a Box appears to use both Clickbank and Amazons affiliate program in order to generate revenue. Under the tutorage of Jamie Lewis he says that you will be able to use these as the basis for your online business. He also says that it shouldn’t cost you anything to utilise affiliate marketing and he will teach you how to make the most of free traffic. There is very little information provided by Jamie Lewis outside of this in terms of how Wealth in a Box actually works.

What is the initial investment?

Wealth in a Box is available for $47 and comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee as the product is sold through Clickbank.

What is the rate of return?

Jamie Lewis says that you can expect to make as much as $2,374 in daily commissions using the principles and model he provides with Wealth in a Box.


Although there isn’t much on offer in terms of information on how Wealth in a Box actually works, there is a lot of information available on Jamie Lewis. He appears to be pretty close to the “real deal” and based purely on this fact, it becomes rather difficult to dismiss Wealth in a Box as a fraudulent product. As is always the case with programs like this I would recommend exercising caution, but it seems like Wealth in a box may be something worth getting a little excited about.

Of course there are issues, I don’t believe that things will be quite as easy as Jamie Lewis claims. Nor am I certain you will attain the same lifestyle he sells, but his experience in internet marketing seems to be pretty well documented so I have no reason to believe that he doesn’t believe in his own product and sometimes, that is enough.



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From: Simon Roberts