Global Success Club Reviews – Legit or Scam?
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The Global Success Club is a new work at home opportunity from Vick Strizheus.  Found at, Vick lists this opportunity as “fail proof” and guaranteed to get you an income stream that you “couldn’t stop if you tried.”

While never actually says what kind of a business opportunity this is, based on the information given throughout the sales page, it seems likely that this is just another training course for affiliate marketing.  Since Global Success Club says you need no technical knowledge whatsoever, and that they provide you with a “turnkey system,” it’s likely that their affiliates are given pre-set web pages from which to promote their club.

This is why, if you search for information on the Global Success Club, the only websites that easily come up are from people who are affiliates for the program.

So What Is Global Success Club?

The Global Success Club is kind of a hybrid between a business opportunity – as mentioned before, likely a basic training course in affiliate marketing – and a self help seminar.  In addition to a business system, members of the Global Success Club have access to regular videos and materials prepared by self help gurus like the infamous Tony Robbins.

The concept behind this Global Success Club method is that you will not be able to achieve in the world of business unless you have the correct positive attitude.  Getting this continuous access to the motivational methods of people like Tony Robbins will keep your head in the proper place necessary for success.

Global Success Club Red Flags

Well, any company that makes the promises and earnings claims made by Global Success Club automatically sets off warning bells.  Saying that anyone, regardless of knowledge, experience, skill, or otherwise will be able to make $100,000 in 90 days is absolutely absurd.  And then to follow that up by further saying that you will be making “Income that is impossible to stop, even if you tried,” is even more ridiculous.

In addition, the Global Success Club claims that you will be given a 100% FREE trial of their program for 14 days, and all they ask is that you donate $1 to the Feed the Children Foundation.  However, when you click Add to Cart, you are taken to ClickBank, who informs you that it is $1 for a 14 day trial to Global Success Club, after which you will be charged $97.00 each month to maintain your membership.

$97.00 a month is an astronomical amount to pay for someone to train you in affiliate marketing, when there are hundreds of programs out there that won’t cost as much and are likely to be just as informative.  This leaves the impression that what you are really paying for is the access to the motivational speakers.  But that begs the question: were you looking for a business opportunity or a self help club?

It’s up to each person to determine their individual needs when beginning their own business, but if you don’t feel like you need motivational speakers to do well in business, then perhaps you should look elsewhere.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Global Success Club " is 3.02 out of 5 based on 58 reviews.
  • You are guaranteed to make a lot more money by NOT getting tricked by this loser vick or whatever his name. This is 100% a scammer run for the hills.

  • Thank you to all the contributors, a pretty solid view of the founder of this "enterprise".

    Serial performers using the same trick with different colours, you saved my money.
  • I had a call from paul foran today using a legit looking recruitment webpage and previously a woman via a tiny print advert in a free paper

    This is a straight up swindle they take your money and you end up broke the founding woman was with herbalife and was a top high ranking member prior to setting up these money grabbing swindles
  • Who is Ken Freeman? Is he Vic?
  • It's a pyramid scam. But they rip u off before u start making any money
  • A true work from home business will never require you to spend your own money. Have you ever paid a legitimate company money in order to become a hired employee? Think about!
    • Gwenda Faulk, I know countries where you have to pay to get a job.

      I would be interested to find a work from home opportunities where I have only to invest time, and the company provide us free training and everything we need to do the job for free.
  • I was looking for work from home opportunities online and came across this. After much consideration and research it comes down to this, Common Sense.

    If you are educated and have common sense you should know that this is selling a dream.

    You probably can make money but you will just be like the founders who pretty much lure people into this concept of making 6 digit income in months. Those that support this or claim that it works are heartless followers who do the same by getting other people to sign up.

    There are so many ways to get rich, believe me you want to have peaceful money.. and this here.. if you have little bit of common sense.. a little intelligence.. you will give this a pass.

    Kudos to founders and followers for making truck loads of money by luring people into this "dream". Remember people that sign up for this are not rich people but average citizens trying to make a dollar out of 15 cents.


  • Have read the Reviews. Some are good. Some are BAD. There is far too much uncertainty

    for me to spend (read.....RISK!) any of my Hard Earned on a mere possibility of making some

    money. The Insurance Fraud was just TOO MUCH to cope with. What about the FUTURE?
  • I was a member of Empower Network on Vick's team. He comes across as very nice, warm and certainly knowledgeable, but i didn't find him to be trustworthy.

    Many of his webinars were hugely hyped for days or weeks and were more and more hype to get you into his next big thing. He promised once at the end of an incredibly long webinar that was mostly a promo, that we'd get free bonuses of this and that and never provided, even after i called and wrote his office for them. The last straw was when i purchased a $500 "revolutionary"program he was creating that he was selling for many MONTHS before it was even completed, and that was NOT how it was presented on he offer! From what i could see as previews were being released slowly, much of it was a lot of Google Hangouts called "Trainings", without a structure or written materials to keep. And a lot of his cronies going on and on about THEIR success.

    But i still did not have the product a few months later. I needed my money back so i fought them for a refund and then left. Here this guy is loaded RICH and is borrowing money from newbies who are broke so he can develop his latest business. Inexcusable!!!

    Then his background got exposed that he'd been jailed for insurance fraud and was ordered NOT to do certain kinds of businesses in Nebraska or Dakota where he lived. He violated that rule and the authorities shut him down. That's why he left Empower network when he was the top earner at points and on the management council of advisers and developers, and they ASKED him to leave.

    I will not join anything with his name on it.
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