Commission Cartel Review: Is It A Scam or The Real Deal?

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Commission Cartel ScamLately I've been binging of the Netflix series Narcos. It's a great show about the columbian drug cartels. At the end of the day the folks depicted in the show are ruthless criminals. But my entrepreneurial side can't help admire their business savvy. This probably explains why I decided to look into the Commission Cartel program despite their shady name.

Should You Buy It?

If you were wondering if it was worth buying, you need to read my Comission Cartel Review below. But if you have a short attention span, my short answer is HELL NO! Don't belive the fake Comission Cartel reviews you've seen online. You'll see why I came to decision if you take the time to read down below. If not, you've been warned!

What is Commission Cartel?

Commission Cartel, which is available at, is a product that was introduced by internet marketer Michael Cheney in 2016. Cheney claims to put together one of the best ways that he has found to make money online in his 10 years of experience. Commission Cartel claims that you will make loads of cash with affiliate marketing by using the so-called secrets that they have discovered.

How Does Commission Cartel Work?

Cheney claims that he is making upwards of $1,442 per day. Allegedly you could easily be making $500 or more within your first month using the techniques he teaches in Commission Cartel. The secret that Cheney has claimed to have perfected is a system where the idea is to build an email list of prospective buyers. Then it's a matter of pushing those customers through a proper sales funnel in order to make money off of their purchases.

How much does Commission Cartel cost?

Commission Cartel has numerous payment options and upsells. We've listed them below.

Basic Commission Cartel Package

  • This package will cost a one time fee of $16.95.
  • Included in this price is a Commission Cartel dossier, video, audio, blueprints, and additional “insider training”.

Unlike my Top Free Work At Home Recommendation, there is no Free trial option for the Commission Cartel program. So if you are not raking in the cash after taking Cheney's course, then you'll just need to suck that up.

The Godfather Package

  • This package has a one time fee of $27.
  • Gives you access to “never before released” done-for-you-commission-creating campaigns.
  • Includes promotional materials, discount coupons, and special VIP access.

The “Secret Weapons” Package

  • There is a one time fee of $47 for this package.
  • Includes ready to use money-making promo templates.
  • Additional bonuses, such as the “How to turn emails into money program”.

Commission Cartel Complaints

I am sure you are wondering where the catch is in all of this. After all, spending just over $15 in order to learn how to make $500 per month or more sounds too good to be true, right? If you answered “yes” then you are correct. The list of complaints against the Commission Cartel program are seemingly endless, so I will do my best to sum up the main points.

There is no refund offered

As mentioned earlier, the Commission Cartel does not seem to offer any publicized refund option. So if you're not happy with it, then tough cookies. You may better off pumping that $16 into a slot machine and hoping it pays off, then you are spending it on Commission Cartel.

The information is vague or conflicting.

They tell you from the start that you will not need to have a website or an email list to get started. But when you actually dive in, it is clear that you will have to build a list to take advantage of this system. They claim that they have a bunch of “secret weapons” that will revolutionize the way money can be made online, and these must be well kept secrets. So well kept, in fact, that they do not release them even after you purchase the product, so you are left wondering whether these “secret weapons” really exist at all.

It doesn't add up!

Does it really make sense that this Michael Cheney is supposedly making $1500 per day and he is willing to show you how for only $16.95? The answer is no it doesn't make any damn sense. Cheney says that he learned this technique from his “affiliate mafia” friends after finally being inducted into their ranks. But this product is as big of a joke as the idea that there is an “affiliate mafia”.

Who you gonna call?

Who do you call when you have questions about Commissions Cartel? That is a good question, and one without an answer. Allegedly you can contact the creator Mr. Cheney himself via email. But judging by the complaints of others, he does not respond very quickly if at all. The lack of a quick response does make some sense. He is probably bombarded with tons of complaints about this product.

So Is Commission Cartel Legitimate?

If the ideas presented by Commissions Cartel were innovative, and the directions more specific, then there might be something to it. However, they have created a system that leaves you with more questions than answers. So I personally wouldn't recommend this product. Obviously you're going to have many people pushing this product because they have a great commission. But I just wouldn't feel confident recommending this to my audience. I have no problems earning commissions for promoting quality products but this doesn't feel like one.

What is a Free Alternative?

Honestly there are better ways to make money online. In fact, check out my Top Free Work At Home Recommendation and my Work At Home Courses. These options provide you with the opportunity to make money via Multiple Streams of Income. It my experience that is key to being a successful online entrepreneur. But you're a grown ass adult so that's for you to decide.

I'd love to hear your thoughts about this program. So feel free to leave a comment below. Thanks for reading.

Eddy with a y

8 thoughts on “Commission Cartel Review: Is It A Scam or The Real Deal?”

  1. Hey. U saved a dollar, so holler! I read the sales ad and it hit all of the right points and I did look at other reviews which were very positive. I wanted to learn what makes people click that link, or what one word will keep the FBI off my (you know); I wanted to know what step by step system he had- but it sounds to me like you looked at the shiny object and spotted the flaws and saw the truth. Very interesting. The objective in sales is to sale the product, make the customer feel good about that new car he bought and see to it that he never brings it back.

  2. Nice information here. It’s so easy to fall prey to these make easy money scams these days. Most people are looking for some extra income and who can blame them with all the bill we have these days.

    I will be returning here to check out what programs to stay away fro. Thats for the heads up.


    • Hey Steve, I agree it’s easy to be a victim. The issue is people are looking for quick ways to make a buck. The scam artist prey on this. So they’ll always be in business. Most people don’t want to hear it’s going to take a lot of time and effort to make real money online. They just assume because it’s the internet it’s going to be fast. So its a misconception we need to change.

  3. Hey Eddy, I just found your site and thought I must write in.
    I was close to buying commission cartel, everywhere I see these sites on google and they all give this product and a lot of similar ones a positive review.

    Your site is different to all the ones where as they ALWAYS promote the product, (and most times even when the product isn’t even launched yet).

    If you can’t even contact the owner and there is no refund on it, then I’m pretty sure this is a scam product. Thanks for the heads up.

    • Yeah when it comes to products like this where a high commission can be earned you’ll find glowing reviews. Obviously these folks are affiliates. And there is nothing wrong with making money promoting companies that you trust and are proven. But most of the times these folks will just give positive reviews without really diving deep into the product and discussing the short comings. Then you buy the product and have to learn the hard way. So I don’t think that’s a good way to do business. But to each their own. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  4. Hi Eddy
    Another lifesaver of an article about Commission Cartel.

    If there were at least a trial into their system, then perhaps I would consider spending some of my time to look into the program.

    With such a ‘newly launched’ product having ‘tons’ of complaints, is enough information that one needs to steer clear of these guys.

    Thanks for exposing these guys to us.

    Will be bookmarking your site to keep up to date with all the scams and legit guys out there.


    • I’m glad the article helped Roopesh. Feel free to share this article as well if you think it help help others.

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