1. Sheree
    February 11, 2018 @ 7:47 pm

    They are really too expensive!
    I signed up with them about 2 years back. I did the free training with 6 free courses, I was pumped and motivated but then was told to upgrade. I didn’t have a problem upgrading but at the time it was $2000 to gain access to 6 more courses and after that I would need to upgrade again to access another 6 course. So I did not invest anything in them I just quit.
    They are unreasonable, most people wanting to start an online business don’t have that amount of money to spend. Don’t know if the company is a scam but I think they are “gold diggers”, don’t really care much for the average people.


    • Carl
      February 11, 2018 @ 7:57 pm

      Hi Sheree

      Yes, they are WAY to expensive for what they teach. I don’t think they are a scam but they are way out of my price range. WA teaches you all of the same techniques and strategies as they do for a LOT less. But if all you are selling are their products, then to make the kind of money that they say u can, they have to charge that much for each product or it would not be possible. That was the other thing I did not like is that u can only sell their products and every member is trying to sell the same products which means u are in direct competition with all the other members. Tough way to start a business really I think. Thanks for stopping by.



  2. Gautam Parija
    May 27, 2017 @ 1:30 am

    They are a scam. I was with Digital Altitude for two weeks on a free trial – did not pay them a single penny. And happy I did not!


    • Carl
      May 27, 2017 @ 2:35 am

      Hi Gautam

      Unfortunately, I did spend some money with them. I am happy that u were not taken in by them. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂



  3. Neil
    May 7, 2017 @ 12:45 pm

    I was a starter member of Digital Altitude at the climber level, but I canceled my membership because not only were the training products extortionate, but Michal Force used a manipulation strategy for enticing you to spend a fortune just for the sake of earning a fortune in return.

    This is why I hate the MLM industry so much. The only reason why Digital Altitude sells “high-ticket” products is because it keeps Force’s program afloat.

    His training products may have fancy mountainous names, but at the end of the day he’s ripping off EVERYBODY who joins his program.

    The final problem I had with Aspire Altitude is that I was unable to claim a refund because I was chasing my tail with no thanks to my coach and also ZERO support from the help team (despite emailing them twice).

    Digital Altitude is a shady program, and Micheal Force will never lay his hands on a single penny of mine again!



    • Carl
      May 7, 2017 @ 12:52 pm

      Hi Neil

      Thanks for stopping by. Yes I agree that the methods that were explained to me were a little shady for my tastes and the price is out of this world. LIke I mentioned I had paid money for the first course and never received anything in return besides my coach yelling me that I had to spend more money for training. I was well where is the training that I had already paid for and was told that it was just a start up fee and there was no training. Very shady business and I will not recommend them. I am glad to see that u got out without spending to much money before realizing that is was shady. I to never received any help from the supposed “Help Team”. Not a word was replied to me.

      Thanks for reading my article and u have a great day sir.




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