1. Guy Siverson

    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.

    • Nnamdi

      Thank you so much, Guy, because I don’t know why some people are always attracted to mansions and shiny cars 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. simon

    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.

    • Nnamdi

      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. Jeremy

    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!

    • Nnamdi

      It is better you didn’t hear about them until now, Jeremy, probably you would have been counting your losses by now.

  4. Francine Brown

    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.

    • Nnamdi

      You are welcome Francine, what we do is to help newbies find their ways around the internet.

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