The Honest Wesley Virgin Review
Wesley Virgin has been in buzz lately. You must’ve seen his YouTube ads, or his Instagram posts. The guy claims to teach people about a ‘millionaire mindset’ that can transform their lives.
At first, he seemed like a great guy to me. But when I bought his program and went through it, I realized it was full of nonsense. The worst part is, there was not a single review on the Internet that would say his program sucks.
So, I took it upon myself to do this research and you’d be fascinated to see how broad this guy’s scam is. From fake testimonials to paid reviews, this guy has done it all.
Wesley Virgin’s Products
Before I begin talking about his products, I must state that I had become a fan of this guy. He seemed like a genuine guy but the reality is different. I wanted him to be a legitimate entrepreneur and not a scammer.
You must’ve seen the infamous ad of Wesley’s “Overnight Millionaire”. This is a $37 product that is supposed to fix your mindset. However, his product is nothing more than a bunch of audio files and some videos filled with fluff.
There’s nothing good about his program. Most of the time, he yells at your face and whines about the world’s despair. That’s why I was highly disappointed to see the internet filled with positive reviews of this product. I knew something was up.
You might think, “$37 isn’t a lot, why worry this much?” To that, I tell you, this isn’t his only product. Wesley has many other information products, Online Millionaire Mastery, Millionaire in Training InnerCircle, and others.
He uses this cheap product to upsell you so you’d buy these expensive products. In other words, his ‘Overnight Millionaire’ program is a trap. In the end of this program, you’d realize that you didn’t get any value from it and then Wesley will tell you to buy his other products so you can get ‘more value’.
He had released a fitness product called ‘Fat Decimator’ some time ago. He claims that it sold thousands of copies within a day, but there’s no proof of that. I won’t discuss much about that product, because if I did, this article would become too long.
In conclusion, you shouldn’t waste your money on Wesley’s products. You can get more value from those motivation videos you see online.
Fake Answers on Quora:
Wesley has used the popular social media platform Quora, as his primary tool to dupe people. To create fake buzz and spread lies about his products, he created fake accounts on this platform and used them to ask and answer questions.
Quora is a social media platform where you can ask people questions and get answers. It became popular because its users provide detailed answers to the questions.
And like other social media platforms, it faces the problem of bots and fake accounts as well. Wesley took advantage of this system and created multiple accounts to talk about his products there.
I found 3 suspicious accounts on Quora. How do I know they are fake accounts? For starters, all of these accounts only ask and answer questions about Wesley Virgin. Yes, they don’t talk about anything else. The first account is under the Debora G Davila. And you can see in the screenshot below how this account has only asked questions about Wesley’s products.
That whole account talks about Fat Diminisher, which was Wesley’s previous product. He used this account to ask all kinds of questions about his program. He used the same account to answer questions related to this product.
His second account is under the name Len Brown. He has done the same thing with this account, i.e. asked and answered questions about his product.
The last profile I’ll mention is Lohith Md. This account has the same issue, it only talks about Wesley’s products. This account only has 4 answers and all of them are about his products.
You must’ve noticed a common theme in all of these articles. They all praise Wesley’s products. They don’t criticize them one bit. Some of these answers have even links to his course, so a person would just read those sugar-coated words and buy his product immediately.
Wesley has put in a lot of effort into deceiving people and spread fake information about his products so people get fooled easily.
His method of promoting his product is immoral and unethical. Obviously, he is lying about it so that he can rip off other people and fill his pockets. All of the accounts I’ve mentioned here praise Wesley’s product as if there’s nothing better on the internet. I have added links to these Quora accounts in the references, you can check them out yourself.
He hasn’t stopped here, he has paid others to write fake reviews of his program too. In the next section, I’ve focused on his affiliate reviews:
Affiliate Reviews Filled with Lies:
Wesley Virgin has paid dozens of blogs to write “honest” reviews of his Overnight Millionaire program. All of these reviews are portrayed as honest however, ALL of them are actually sponsored by Wesley himself. He is aware of the quality of his product, and that’s why he is paying off so many reviewers to post fake reviews on his product. I’ve mentioned only a few of the many websites that are part of his scandal.
I don’t hate affiliate marketers, but in none of Wesley’s reviews, these guys are claiming to be an affiliate of his product. Why? Because then you will realize why these authors are praising him like a god.
This is the review that convinced me to buy the Overnight Millionaire system. I had no idea that Jeff is part of the Wesley Virgin affiliate marketing scam. In the review, Jeff says he bought and tested the Overnight Millionaire system and then wrote the review. But it is more likely that he was contacted by Wesley and he got a deal to promote his product. I don’t have any problem with affiliate marketing, however, claiming that you are “reviewing” the product and then adding an affiliate link is just fraud. Nowhere in his article Jeff says he is marketing Virgin’s product. Why? Because he doesn’t want you to know that, because then you won’t be fooled by his sweet words.
Jeff has cited a Forbes article in this review, and if you click on the link you see that Forbes has actually removed that article. Why? Because it was paid PR done by one of the contributors of the site and Forbes noticed what was going on.
What Jeff is claiming is that the overnight Millionaire program is better than any self help book, any seminar, any course online and “everything else you can think of “. As you read the article you see that Jeff has actually put up a promo of expensive headphones as well, What better can we expect from a guy who is a sellout.
You can actually see that Jeff is using a tracker on the “Get Started Now” button and “pick it up now”. Shameless Jeff is acting as if he is writing a honest review, all while trying his best to convince you to buy Virgin’s product through his link. All just to make a quick buck off naive people. In my eyes, this is nothing but a total scam, and you know what, Wesley has a dozen more of such reviewers who are promoting his trash secretly.
After you click on the button, you are redirected to the Overnight Millionaire website. But wait, there’s something weird about the URL. Taking a closer look, you can see it has an affiliate link tracker. Well done Jeff, you’ve fooled all your readers, brilliant!
The Net Nickles Review:
Oh, did you think that was all, I wish it was, but Wesley’s affiliate scandal is unbelievably elaborate. Netnickles dot com has a review of Wesly’s Overnight Millionaire program as well. And just like Jeff’s review, it is a sellout too.
The author explains the program like it’s the best thing that has ever happened to humanity and how Wesley is the best person in the whole wide world. He literally says “Wesley is a master at creating funnels”. I won’t waste your time by highlighting every time the NetNickles author licks Wesley’s boots.
What I found really funny were some of the comments on this review. Readers noticed the abnormal amount of praise in the review and pointed it out. And when they did that, Aron (the author) got really angry. Here’s a screenshot:
Smart? I don’t think so. Short tempered? Most likely.
Scotty Newkirk Review:
Out of all the affiliate scams of Wesley, this one got the most backlash. The reasons can be many, however, one that I think got the readers most angry was the shameless links. Scotty has literally added the affiliate link 7 times in the whole review!!! Have some dignity Scotty, you are better than this.
Here are all the times, Scotty has put in Virgin’s link on this review:
If you click on any of the 7 mentions, you are going to be redirected to the Overnight Millionaire landing page (which itself, looks like something out of 1999). And if you take a closer look, you will see the affiliate tracker in the URL:
Scotty has given Virgin’s program a whopping 4.5 out 5 stars, is it really that good? Short answer, nope. Long answer, he is getting paid a lot for saying this.
Here are some comments that clearly expose the Wesley Virgin affiliate scam on Scotty Newkirk’s review:
It seems “Scottdawg” isn’t the clever fox, Wesley thought he was when he contacted him to become a part of his scandal.
Just like the rest of the so-called “reviews”, this one is also full of praise and fancy words to fool the reader. If you hover your cursor over to the “get access now” button on this review, on Chrome, you can see the link is displayed in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
Zoom in a little and you can see that it is again, a tracking URL. Click on this and you’ll be quickly redirected to the Overnight Millionaire landing page:
As you can see at the top, there’s a link tracker here as well.
At the first glance, this website can convince anyone that they are legit. This website gives the Overnight Millionaire program a 4.5 rating out of 5, but here’s the catch, it is a part of the Wesley Virgin affiliate scandal as well. If you dig deeper, you can see the same pattern of affiliate marketing here as well.
Oh I wish it was over, but this guy just keeps on going with his scams. By the time I stumbled upon this review, my mind had already noticed the common theme among these fake reviews.
I hovered my cursor over to the lack-luster “GET INSTANT ACCESS!” button and guess what, a tracking link. Click on this one and again, you are redirected to the landing page.
Notice the tracking tag in the URL:
This one gets even uglier with the obviously spam comments:
When you open the review, one button is really highlighted.
And just like before, this one is also a Wesley Virgin sponsored post:
This one is something else. I present to you, the review of Overnight Millionaire by none other than the owner himself, Wesley Virgin. I couldn’t stop laughing when I saw this post. Mr. Virgin himself writes a review of his program, although I highly doubt that he actually sat down to write this, he probably outsourced this one.
I honestly can’t say whether Wesley posted this himself or got one of his scammers to post this one, as the review is said to be posted via Comtex. Anyways, here’s the proof of trackers in this one:
It’s funny how he hyperlinks his program 4 times consequently and people still think he is a legit guy.
Yeah, this guy didn’t even leave Medium alone.
Trying to Scam Forbes (2nd attempt):
Now we all know Wesley heavily relies on bribing the media. He tried to get a fake review posted on Forbes before but failed, but then a guy came and helped him out (in exchange of $$$$).
Meet Kurt Cagle. The guy who interviewed Wesley Virgin and put it on Forbes. Just by taking a quick glimpse at that interview, you can see it has been constructed to promote Wesley’s brand and provide nothing of value. Forbes is not a scam like Virgin, they care about their readers. And when they noticed what Kurt was doing, they fired him.
Please don’t feel any sympathy for this guy, he probably got paid thousands of dollars just for posting this interview on Forbes.
As you can see here, Kurt has been tagged as a “former contributor” on his Forbes page.
Trying to Save Face on YouTube:
Wesley has been bombarding his channel with some unique videos recently. As you can see in the image above, all of his recent videos have titles like “Is Overnight Millionaire a scam?”. Weird isn’t it? Not really. See, he is trying to pushdown the real critical reviews of his program away from the 1st page of Google/YouTube. This is a common tactic used by many of the online scammers.
Better Business Bureau:
Better Business Bureau is one of the most reputed sites on the web. This is one place that Wesley couldn’t extend his scandal and as you can see, he has a 1 out 5 rating here. However, this important page has been pushed down by the fake reviews of Wesley Virgin. Coincidence? I don’t think so.
Some questions You Might have:
Is Wesley Virgin a scam?
Yes! He has been posting fake quora answers, paying review writers to write fake reviews about his products and making a fool out of people for many years now. Fat diminisher was one of his first programs, for which he made fake accounts everywhere and wrote fake testimonials. However, even after his desperate efforts, the program failed miserably. He is now selling a program called “Overnight Millionaire”, he has paid off dozens of review websites to write fake reviews on his product. Don’t believe me? Read the whole review and you’ll know the truth.
How much is Wesley Virgin worth?
You will find many different sources, some say he’s worth barely a million, while some even claim his net worth to be around $25 million. However, honestly, his net worth can’t be more than $1 million. He’s just like every other fake internet guru who fake their wealth and scam desperate people online.
How did Wesley Virgin get rich?
By scamming people with his fat diminisher product and providing useless affiliate marketing products. He used to run Facebook ads for the “health supplement” companies and earn commissions from them. After a while, he started selling his own fat loss program, for which he wrote fake quora answers and got fake reviews done on it.
Who is Wesley million dollar virgin?
Wesley Virgin (@wesleymilliondollarvirgin) is an internet self-help guru, who is targeting desperate people during the Coronavirus pandemic. He is trying to take advantage of the vulnerable people and earn money off their innocence.
What does Wesley Virgin do?
He is a self-help guru. He posts the motivational videos everywhere (like Tai Lopez and Grant Cardone). He is famous for running ads, displaying fake wealth and scamming people.
How can I be a millionaire overnight?
No, you can’t. But Wesley Virgin claims that from an unemployed bum, he became a millionaire in 1 month!!! He shows no evidence for this claim and hopes that his naive followers believe him.
What is the fastest way to get rich?
Work hard, stay disciplined and improve. Follow people like Matt D’avella, Napoleon Hill and Cal Newport.
What is Overnight Millionaire?
Overnight Millionaire is a self-help program made by Wesley Virgin. This program contains fluff content which you have heard a thousand times from YouTube videos and it provides no value. The program makes unbelievably stupid claims like changing your mindset overnight and thus making you rich. Trust me, it’s all nothing but exaggerated lies.
As you can see, this guy has been getting away with a huge online scam for years. He has tried every tactic in the book to promote his horrible products. If a guy is spreading so much propaganda, then it’s obvious that his product isn’t what he says it is.
I strongly advise you to stay away from Wesley Virgin and all of his products including the ‘Overnight Millionaire’ program. Don’t trust anything this guy says. After all, how could you trust a guy who has only told lies everywhere?
Wesley is selling a ‘get rich quick’ scheme and you shouldn’t fall for that.
If you believe what I’m saying, then make others aware of this scam too. You can share it with others and expose Wesley’s scam. He has spent a lot of money to cover up his tracks but that doesn’t mean he can hide the truth. Spread the word.