Project Breakthrough is it a Scam? Secret Uncovered!

Project Breakthrough is it a Scam? Secret Uncovered!

Project Breakthrough! That sounds like one of those phrases you often hear in the church if you know what I mean, lol. I don’t mean to bring religion or Christianity into this but just trying to pass a message that‘s all, so I hope you don’t get offended. And yes, I am a Christian and I am proud to be one and can proclaim it anywhere no matter whose ox is gored.

So, like I was saying, the phrase ‘’breakthrough’’ is common in the churches, especially where I come from and it is almost losing its meaning and becoming another cliché. This trend is as a result of poverty and bad economy in the country that drive the people to be listening to all kinds of a sermon about breakthroughs. As a matter of fact, if you wish to start a church of your own today in my country and you don’t talk about breakthroughs then you just might fellowship alone.

Now, coming to Project Breakthrough, is it a scam or for real? Is it another pyramid scheme? Who is it good for, experienced or a newbie? The answers to these questions you will find by the time you are done reading this article.

What is Project Breakthrough?

This product or program is owned by Vick Strizheus as the founder and Jason Mcclain as the CEO/Partner (See their pics below).  And by the way, I must confess that Project Breakthrough has a very impressive and compelling video on its website page! Have you seen it? If you haven’t I would recommend you watch it but with caution, until you have finished reading this review otherwise you might just subscribe anyway because Jason got all the right things we would want in life displayed on that video and promises to help you get all that.

Project Breakthrough is it a Scam? Secret Uncovered!

OK, enough of that, so, to register to this program is free, but to upgrade will cost you about $297 per month plus upsells that could run into thousands of dollars. It is basically for everyone that wants to make money online.

Their video education course runs for 14 days that is 2 weeks by which you are expected to start making money. Although, professionals have argued that 14 days to learn internet marketing is pretty much fast for a newbie to get by, but Project Breakthrough says it takes only 14 days to start making that money! It is important to note that Vick and Jason are very experienced internet marketers with many years in the business, no doubt.

Like I said earlier, Project Breakthrough promises to help you understand how to make money online, to earn commission and scale your earnings up to $20,000 to $100,000 per month by replicating the process you have already learned. I can hear you say wow, that’s cool! Yes, I agree, that was cool and also very bold claims by these duos. However, they are quick to say that you can also not make money at all but at the same time, it is impossible not to make commissions if you follow the instructions in the 14 days course.

Vick the founder, use to be very involved with Empower Network, remember I said that these guys have a very long experience in internet marketing. Empower Network is another product or program that is basically an MLM. And if you are not familiar with Empower Network I would suggest you read about it through the above link. One thing with most successful online marketers is that they have one thing in common which is charisma and this nice and sincere look, so that when they are selling anything to you, be it a bad or a good product you can’t help but be mesmerized by their persuasive  power.

That being said, that doesn’t mean that a person like that who has so many experiences online and has made a lot of money cannot be a scammer.  On the contrary, scammers can always make a lot of money with a certain product and when it is no longer working for him he moves to the next new product. And often times they look a lot nicer than the stand-up guy. However, I am just making a point that’s all.

To buttress my point further, this is a video that might interest you because it is all about how Vitaliy (Vick) Strizheus avoids a prison sentence for insurance theft. By the way, the name there reads Vitaliy instead of Vick because he changed his name. And why would a person do that if he doesn’t have a hidden agenda? I agree one can make a mistake but to try to cover it up so that people wouldn’t know what he has done is a different thing, I don’t know if you understand me? This shows there is no honesty at what he does and the real color of his real character!

There are other sales pitches videos like the one below where he tries to exhibit a false luxurious living with a rented mansion and a car so that people would believe him. Did you know you too can go to a place like this place to rent a mansion?

Project Breakthrough, is it a Scam?

This is how their game works, they will first of all show you all the luxuries life can offer that they possessed and tell you, you too can have those if only you will do what they tell you. Then, they will make the offer to appear as though it’s free only for you sign up then they will tell you why it is necessary for you to upgrade plus with a lot upsells that will amount to thousands of dollars.

Let’s face it, who goes about to show people his mansion and porch cars? Truly, if he had that thing in reality sure he will not be trying so hard to convince you to join or believe what he is saying by flaunting them before you! That is why it is always said, beware of ‘’shiny objects’’ because they are not always gold. But they know what effect that would have on the ordinary guy that is on the internet looking for ways to become rich. I guess, the best way to get that guy’s money is to show him all those luxuries and he will be all in.

Conclusion

Vick and Jason have repeatedly said you could make more than $2000 in two weeks, but it takes a lot more time and hard work to earn that kind of money. As a matter of fact, one can make a lot more if he had put in the work and time in his online business (that is under the guidance of a very good program).

This is the kind of evidence that is enough to tell you if a product is a scam or not. Would you stop looking for shortcuts, because that would only make you lose money and time; and settle down to work?

If you are going to disregard Vick’s past history would you also disregard the fact that it is not possible for you to make that kind of money he says you will make in 2 weeks? And if that is true then what else could be true?

Let me just end this article by saying, subscribing to Project Breakthrough is like walking in the land of the unknown, therefore, expect uncertainties that could spiral to frustration and take all your hard earned money.

That being said, I will not leave you without given you a better option that is if you are ready to make money online the legitimate way. Which means you will have to be ready to work hard, put in the time and be committed to what you do and  be patient; then I welcome you to my #1 recommendation!

It is free to register, as a basic member you will get training and 2 free websites but tools and training will be limited. But if you choose to upgrade to premium membership where you will have unlimited access to the training and tools, that will be $49 per month but if you were able to subscribe to premium membership within 7 days of registration, you will get premium subscription for $19 and that is for the first month only but the subsequent months will be $49.

I hope that by now you have been armed with enough information that would allow you to make a wise decision.

8 thoughts on “Project Breakthrough is it a Scam? Secret Uncovered!

  1. Thank you for a thorough explanation of Project Breakthrough. I haven’t heard of it until this article but I am an avid believer in the alternative that you suggest. I haven’t seen one mansion or shiny car down that path. Instead real legitimate help that is moving me in the direction of success. It is to bad that everyone doesn’t operate with such overwhelming integrity as your alternate suggestions offers. I know I’ve spent a ton of money on things that haven’t worked for me and probably others too. I was even part of Empower Network for 1 month. That was long enough for me to see that that system wasn’t for me.

    1. Thank you so much, Guy, because I don’t know why some people are always attracted to mansions and shiny car to the point of losing their sense of reasoning. Has it not occurred to them that if that person has all he says he has he wouldn’t be showing off those to people? They are merely using those things to lure their unsuspecting victims to their trap.

      A real legitimate program does not have to do all that because it work speaks for it. If you are reading this right now, I urge you to register to Wealthy Affiliate for free and see how things are being done there.

  2. A fantastic post sir. I have received several emails from these two and, if I didn’t know better they would have convinced me. It is nothing short of a scam as you say done by to made for the part gentlemen. Thanks for your very knowledgeable and enlightening post.

    1. You are welcome Simon, each time I write one review post, I consider it ‘one scam’down because if people get to read it they will surely be redirected to the right path.

  3. Nnamdi, you are on a roll exposing these online scams! Project breakthrough definitely has several red flags with the rocks claims and like you said the mansions and cars in the videos. I never heard of them until now but I’m glad I didn’t, sounds like I could of wasted thousands of dollars. Like you mentioned wealthy affiliate is a much better alternative!

  4. I have never heard of this before this post, either. Thank you for writing this post it helps to stay ahead of the crooks that are out there. Thanks again.

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