Kingdom Wealth Alliance Review – Legit Opportunity or Scam? Find Out…
Welcome to my Kingdom Wealth Alliance Review!
There has been some buzz about this company, so I decided to find out what it was all about…
Chances are someone approached you about the business opportunity and you landed here to make sure it’s legit.
The good news is I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.
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Kingdom Wealth Alliance Review – Company
Kingdom Wealth Alliance has no information on who runs or owns the business on their website.
I do know that the Kingdom Wealth Alliance website domain “kwaemebership.com” was privately registered on September 16th, 2018.
There were two other domains that were used by Kingdom Wealth Alliance, kingdomwealthalliance.org” and “kwaafiliate.com” and again were privately registered last year.
Stan Harris has something to do with the company because it says it in the footer of kwamembership website:
Dr. Stan Harris a.k.a. Dr. Breakthrough and his KWA Team of experts have a proven track record of discipline, diligence, and integrity.
I also clicked on other pages “privacy page”, “terms and conditions” and “earnings disclaimer on Kwamembership, but it redirects to another company called Power Lead System.
Power Lead System launched back in 2013 and is owned by Michael Price.
There are tons of marketing videos on YouTube…
Some of them are on a Pastor named Chris Leeper.
I found some unlisted videos titled “introducing KWA Michael Price, Dr. Stan Harris and Chris Leeper.
In the video, Price says the following:
[2:50] Kingdom Wealth Alliance is an alliance of experts … that are gonna teach people how to be financially wealthy.
We’re gonna start there just because that’s what most people are focused on.
But a lot of people are going to find out very quickly that Jesus talked more … about finances then he did about salvation.
Why? Well you’re gonna find that out through Kingdom Wealth Alliance.
In the past, Stan Harris has promoted a company called OneCoin.
OnCoin went downhill last year, and looks like Harris stopped promoting it.
Before OnCoin, Harris promoted National Wealth Center, which was run by Peter Wolfing.
Anyway, that’s all I got on the company, let’s take a look at the products next inside of this Kingdom Wealth Alliance review…
Kingdom Wealth Alliance Reviews – Products
On the unfinished “kingdomwealthalliance.org” website, there are options for customers and kingdom business owners and the membership is $29.97 and $14.97 per month.
When I looked into the Kingdom Wealth Alliance compensation plan, the video had Chris Leeper say to get access to marketing tools, it’s $97 one-time then $29.97 per month.
You get access to marketing tools and private training.
Let’s check out the compensation plan inside of this Kingdom Wealth Alliance reviews…
Kingdom Wealth Alliance Compensation Plan
Kingdom Wealth Alliance members are paid on the sale of $97 customer membership.
These can be purchased by both retail customers and affiliates or your sponsored affiliates.
All commissions are initially paid through a 2×2 matrix, but hitting new ranks expands the matrix to 3×10.
Just so you know a 2×2 matrix has six positions in total to fill.
3×10 matrix is similar to the 2×2, but just a lot larger.
Initial commissions on the monthly fee from retail customers and directly and indirectly sponsored affiliates are placed in the matrix.
All residuals are paid in the same matrix as long as the members are actively paying their subscription.
To hit this particular rank, you must personally sell and maintain one customer.
Advocates are paid through a 2×4 matrix compensation plan:
- a $7 initial fee commission per matrix position filled down four levels and
- a $1 monthly residual commission per matrix position filled down four levels
Once you hit this rank, you must personally sell and maintain at least three retail customers.
Ambassadors matrix expands to 3×6 structure:
- a $7 initial fee commission per matrix position filled on levels 1 to 4, $9 on level 5 and $10 on level 6
- a $1 monthly residual commission per matrix position filled on levels 1 to 4 and $1.50 on levels 5 and 6
Once you hit this rank, you must personally sell and maintain nine retail customers.
Matrix compensation plan is expanded to 3×8:
- a $7 initial fee commission per matrix position filled on levels 1 to 4, $9 on level 5, $10 on level 6, $11 on level 7 and $12 on level 8
- a $1 monthly residual commission per matrix position filled on levels 1 to 4, $1.50 on levels 5 and 6 and $2.50 on levels 7 and 8
Once you hit this rank, you must sell and maintain at least fifteen retail customers.
Matrix compensation plan is expanded to the full 3×10 matrix:
- a $7 initial fee commission per matrix position filled on level 1 to 4, $9 on level 5, $10 on level 6, $11 on level 7, $12 on level 8, $13 on level 9 and $14 on level 10
- a $1 monthly residual commission per matrix position filled on levels 1 to 4, $1.50 on levels 5 and 6, $2.50 on levels 7 and 8, $3 on level 9 and $4 on level 10
Cost To Join Kingdom Wealth Alliance
Kingdom Wealth Alliance will run you $49 and then $14.97 per month.
For affiliates, it’s $97 and then $29.97 per month (You can self qualify for commissions).
Total cost of everything will be $146 one-time then $44.94 per month.
Final Verdict Kingdom Wealth Alliance
In the past, Michael Price has rebooted Power Lead System marketing tools with a different twist.
Now with Chris Leeper and Stan Harris, they put a Christian twist on it…
Sadly in the past, all of the Power Lead System reboots didn’t go anywhere…
Now there are nothing wrong with marketing tools because even bigger companies like LeadPages and Clickfunnels do the same thing.
Only thing Kingdom Wealth Alliance do was put a matrix compensation plan.
I am not going to say that the Kingdom Wealth Alliance scam exists, but this model has failed before.
Nothing wrong with the actual tools, I have seen them before and they are good.
However, the matrix compensation plan and focus on just sponsoring alone could be it’s downfall..
You want the product to retain customers, not the compensation plan.
I believe they should have had more performance based retail side to it to offset the affiliate side.
I feel Kingdom Wealth Alliance should have learned from the past mistakes of Power Lead System and make it a proper product/service.
Anyway, at this time I would wait off six months and see how it does then if you are serious about getting started.
I give this the following rating: [yasr_overall_rating]
I hope you enjoyed my Kingdom Wealth Alliance review and if you have any questions, feel free to ask below in the comments.
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