I thought I was done with reviewing Digital Altitude. In my previous review of Digital Altitude, I said that Digital Altitude was just an excuse to sell high ticket items online. I do not intend to change or correct my review about Digital Altitude here.
As usual, I have upset quite a few people. Most of the time I tend to just ignore those who thinks I am hurting their profit with my reviews. However, I do find it hard to ignore those who writes really harsh comments.
Here is an example:
So according to Sandra, I should blow thousands in dollars just to prove how crappy Digital Altitude really is. How does that make any sense?
Do you need to dip your feet into hot lava to know that it burns?
Call me a cheapskate but please bear in mind, buying into Digital Altitude would set me back anywhere from $37 to $20,000. For me, it is like asking me to buy into a scam when I already know it is a scam. (Scam too strong a word? How about a program that is all about how you can make money selling it?)
The intention of doing the review of Digital Altitude is to warn people against it, not fatten the wallet of whoever trying to promote it. (Yes, I know what Sarah may be trying to do here.)
Sorry, I don’t have that kind of spare money to play the truth or dare game. In fact, who does? The sad thing is that people do spend that kind of money. Money that they cannot afford to be spending, thinking this will be that big break that will change their life for the better.
Yes, there are people who make a lot money promoting Digital Altitude but be warned. They work with different business morals. These people like to promote products or services that can yield them good monetary returns and knows how to attract the “get rich quickly” type audience.
Unfortunately, you are not going to be popular telling the audience that wants to get rich quickly that they have to do it slowly and work their ass off. Programs like Digital Altitude are promoted because of how they will appeal to the get rich quickly type, and not because they actually provide good training on how to build businesses.
About the MTTB Clone
This is something I did not mention in my previous review of Digital Altitude… That it look like it was clone off MTTB. My Top Tier Business or MTTB is a high ticket program that is spinoff from My Online Business Empire or MOBE. Long story short, MOBE is suppose to be a program that teaches you how to build online businesses but is actually something else. And by cloning, I mean that Digital Altitude uses the same title, content and presentation slide that MTTB uses.
Off course if Sarah is to see this, she might say that it is not my place to comment since I have invested in none of the mentioned programs. Feel free to spend thousands of dollars to see if I am wrong.