Income League Review- Is Income League a Scam or A Legit Opportunity?

Welcome to my Income League Review. This program opens with a sales video that has a slightly different twist.

The Income League sales video features a gentlemen by the name of Matthew Neer and his friend Jamie Lewis, presenting the business to you. It adds a certain authenticity to the marketing. Other Clickbank products have those traditional video narrative, without any 'real person' to relate to.Having said that, can one drop their guard and trust what Matthew has to say about Income League?

Is Income League a Scam?Is the training on offer really going to help you to become an effective affiliate marketer? 

I would like to show you what I uncovered during my research of the system? At the end, I will share my opinion with you, and you will have only one thing left to do-to decide whether this is for you or not!

Ready? Great, let's get started!

NAME OF PROGRAM: Income League


OWNERS: Matthew Neer and Jamie Lewis

WHAT IS ABOUT: Its about using ads to promote Clickbank products and thereby earn commissions. You also end up using an e-mail service provider to re-target these customers.




From having watched the sales video, you get an idea that the business involves affiliate marketing.

What is Affiliate Marketing?

Affiliate marketing is a business model that allows you, the affiliate, to earn commissions, by bringing the buyer(the customer), and the seller(the affiliate merchant) together.

Upon a successful transaction, the affiliate merchant pays you your hard earned commission. Affiliate marketing is a legit way of making money online.(Read how to get started here)

What is Affiliate Marketing


I personally use this model. I learned from an awesome teaching platform on how to reach out to customers using my own website.(Read my story here)

Coming back to Income League, Matthew says that one can do it without having to use,

  • A website
  • PPC(Pay-per-click) Advertising
  • SEO(Search Engine Optimization)

In fact, he makes it sounds so easy. 

What is Income leagure and how does Income League really work

According to Matthew, all one has to do to make 1K a day, is post ads all over the internet and wait for the money to roll in.

What is even more interesting, is that he claims that one can apply this 'copy and paste' system to free ads sources!

As an affiliate marketer, I learned that free does not always mean better. If you are going to end up using free ad sources, then most likely the traffic that you get is not going to be of the highest quality. That is my experience. 

Can they really show you a traffic source that actually works?

Let's see what the members area is all about.


The members area looks pretty good. 

What is Income League Review the members area

Its broken down into sections, with the first area been the introduction to the course and the next section the main training area and so forth.

This is my understanding of how Income League suppose to work....

The first thing that you would need to do,is to register with Clickbank as you will be promoting their products and earning commissions from their vendors.

In essence you are an affiliate marketer for Clickbank.

To promote these offers, you will be using squeeze pages(supplied by Income League) on various traffic networks. 

Income League review the traffic sources they recommend you use

You also would need to sign up with an e-mail service provider. The one that they want you to sign up with is called 'Get Response.' 

The purpose of which, is to re-target the customers with other offers. That in a nutshell, that is my understanding of this system.

The various expenses..

In addition to the $27 sign up fee, there are other expenses that you need to budget for as well.

  • You will need to pay for your Ads(depending on who you choose. It can start off from $25 for 5 days and upwards)
  • You will need to pay for your Get Response membership(the cheapest option is $15 per month)

There are 15 'Ready for You' made squeeze pages within the members area. 

Income League review upsell


Unfortunately this is an upsell, and in order to access it you have to pay another $199. They also supply you with some e-mail swipes. These swipes, they claim can assist you in structuring your e-mail marketing campaigns.

I was not to happy about using 'Get Response.' It's not that I got anything against their service. I am already using an e-mail service provider called ConvertKit. 

It's no point signing up with another company. 

Okay now that you have an overall picture on how Income league suppose to work, the next question we need to answer is, "Does it Actually work?"

Coming up in the next section.

Wealthy Affiliate review


Does Income League really work?

I must confess, there was a time when I wanted to make a quick buck online with little or no effort. I thought to myself, "why struggle, when you can post an ad in front of thousands and make some easy money?"

So, I went ahead and tried it. I signed up with a legit traffic network called was reasonable. $8 for 10, 000 visitors.

Does using cheap advertising networks really work

In addition I signed up with a software company to produce my high end landing pages.It cost me around $50 to join them.

My thinking at the time, was that I only needed 5 people from this 10 000 views to take my offer and I would break even.

The end result- I got my 10 000 views as promised but not a single sign up. I was shocked. Anyway, I made further modifications to my landing pages and gave it a second try. The same result.

I learned from this experience, that the reason as to why I was not getting conversions, is because of the fact that I was sending offers to 'untargeted' and 'cold' leads. 

In other words, these folks were not in the market to buy what I was offering. They were random people that come across my ad and clicked out of curiosity.None of them were interested.

Bottom Line: You pay for cheap ads, you get no results.

In essence, this is what you may end up doing by signing up with Income League.

I noticed that most of the Income League YouTube videos, showed Clickbank financial statements as proof.

 Stats that look like this....

Does income league really work

However, no one shows you which ads actually worked, or which platform they used or even what ad copy they used.

I am not saying that Income Leagues does not work.Merely would like someone to come forward and show us the real proof.

What about the testimonials?

This was pretty interesting. Matthew Neer makes mention within his sales video that Income League does work. 

To substantiate this claim, he shows you clips of a couple of his 'students' that tried the system.Here are their screenshots below.

Income League fake testimonials and income league is a scam

I found these exact testimonials on two other programs that Matthew has marketed. They are called Ascension Wealth and Speed Wealth respectively.

Income league is a scam fake testimonials from ascension wealth


Income league is a scam fake testimonials from Speed Wealth


Whether these are friends of Matthew's or actors hired to do the job,it's hard to say.

The fact is that he is using the same people to say the same thing about different products. Apart from these folks, there is no one else.

Which begs the question, "Does Income League really work?"


There is a 60-Day money back guarantee should you not be happy with this system. From that point of view, I do not think that it is a scam. Remember, you will not be able to get your money back on the other additional expenses such as the email service provider and advertising costs.

Do I recommend Income League?

I would not recommend Income League for two reasons.


At the end of the day, Matthew is going to teach you to market soley Clickbank products. From personal experience, I have reviewed some of them and found that majority of them are medicore in value.

They have overhyped sales pages that promise some amazing stuff, and then when you eventually get into the members area, it's a totally different scenario.

Here are some of the products that you would be promoting.


I believe the last thing that a newbie wants when it comes to starting an online business, is to have crazy expenses, one after the next. In this case, there is the Get Response(monthly recurring), then the Ad Expenses, and the Upsells(from $199).

Then you are learning only one way on how to make money as an affiliate marketer. By using cheap ad networks. 

In my opinion, it's not the best way to start as an affiliate marketer.


There is a way to build an affiliate marketing business without having to 'cough up' the hefty expenses. In fact, it would cost you less than a cup of coffee a day to get started with your own solid online business foundation.

I believe that making money online is not an overnight thing. It takes time and hard work, and many programs or systems will have you think otherwise. If you are really serious about wanting to make money online and are willing to put in the time and effort, then read on.

I have been learning affiliate marketing and making money by using a cool training platform.

3 Billion Searches a day on the internet

Not only will you learn how to effectively tap into this billion dollar industry, but you will also be taught on how to promote any product, and start with any niche.

You will not be limited to soley Clickbank products. This training platform is free to join and you can remain a free member for as long as you like.

I am using it for over three years, and I invite you to learn more by clicking on the link below.

Thanks so much for joining me on this Income League review.

It was awesome to have your company.

Should you have any questions, or comments, please leave them below and I promise to get back to you.

Kind Regards and Take Care


6 thoughts on “Income League Review- Is Income League a Scam or A Legit Opportunity?”

  1. Hey Roopesh, great post. I love reading reviews about certain business sites being scams; I feel people like you are looking out for people like me who are just getting started in the online business world and need that guidance in order to make informed decisions about where to begin starting a business. Your post was an excellent read and was spot on. Great job!

  2. Hello Roopesh,

    I really enjoyed reading your very fair review of Income League.

    I like that you actually have access to the program and that you talk from experience. Experience beats everything.

    I felt your review was a very honest review.

    Gone are the days where you can post ads and hundreds of dollars will roll in.

    I agree with you that the program probably is not a scam, but to suggest that earnings are so easy is probably not true for most people.

    This is one I will stay away from.

    Thank you for checking it out for us.


  3. Goodness gracious! After reading “1K per day ad posting job opportunity”, the first thing that came in my mind was SCAM! You’re very unlikely to make this much from a skilled job, why would anybody give you $1K in one day for posting ads? If this was really true, I guess every Tom and Dick would be rich by now.

    Thank you for your indepth review, Roopesh. Based on your post, I can confidently say this is not something I will like to try. The lack of substantial proof is already a RED flag for me. 

  4. Sounds very suspicious that someone would use the same group of people to market a bunch of different products, that would mean that he was not really able to get people who have actually tried the product to then endorse it.  That says a lot about the quality of the product that you are trying to sell.  It is not great to have all of these upsells, and it is not newbie friendly.


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