A while back, I wrote a review of a product called Digital Altitude. Later, I ended up writing several different reviews of Digital Altitude. I didn’t set out to do that, but it turns out that there are a few products out there, such as this one, and this one, that present themselves as something unique, but a bit of digging shows that they were really just fronts for Digital Altitude.
All of those products are likely out of business now, as this week, the Federal Trade Commission asked a U.S. Federal court to “temporarily” shut down Digital Altitude and the various companies associated with it. It seems that the course, which promised people that they could earn six figures in income in only 90 days, was not entirely honest about that.
Read on to learn more about the shutdown of Digital Altitude.
Digital Altitude Review – Are Huge Commissions Possible?
I think you’ll agree that the lure of big commissions is always a draw in affiliate marketing. While it’s not the thing you should be most concerned about, it is the thing that most people pay attention to when looking to promote a product. Everyone has a slight tendency towards greed, and products that offer exceptionally large commissions, such as Digital Altitude, tend to get more attention from marketers than products that pay less but are easier to sell.
If you’re interested in huge commissions, then Digital Altitude will definitely get your attention. How huge? With Digital Altitude, you have the opportunity to earn as much as $12,000 per sale. Yes, that’s a lot of money, and because of that, Michael Force and his Digital Altitude program are receiving a lot of attention these days. What is the program all about? Is it worthwhile? Is Digital Altitude a scam? Read on for the full Digital Altitude review.