Is Air Force To Wealth A Scam

It seems that we no longer need to search online for opportunities. They now call us with recorded messages about the program they are offering.

Have you gotten a call like this? They start off with ” Hi this is Kelly, would you like to put $5000 or more in your pocket in just a couple of days”?

Then they proceed to try to convince you to check out the website, Air Force To Wealth. This happened to me and it leads me to ask what is Air Force To Wealth About and is Air Force To Wealth A Scam?

Even though I can’t quite call it a scam, I definitely would not call it a legitimate opportunity. This program has the classic red flags that suggest we stay away from it. Read on and you will see for yourself.

If you are just an unexpected person who would just hang up because you know it is a scam just from listening to the first minute, then GOOD for you. Well done. Your instincts are probably right. Read on to find out why.

It seems that since there are so many of us who research these types of programs, that maybe they are changing their tactics in order to pray on the less suspecting?

Air Force To Wealth Scam Or Legit

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What Is Air Force To Wealth About

Although I had my suspicions I listened to the whole recording. I jotted down a few notes while listening to it. The second person that was on the recording was Sgt. Mark.

According to him, I can make anywhere from $1500 to $15000 a profit on just one sale. Later he explains that all I have to do is post a phone number. Ok, great. That sounds really easy.

He states that I don’t have to sell anything, bug my family and friends to buy anything, no marketing etc. This program was designed over 11 years ago. Yet the domain names state it started in October 2018. Hmm. But wait, there is so much more to this.

Evidently an Air Force veteran, coach Josh has created this magical business that will make you THOUSANDS of $$ dollars with his “top secret money system”.

I know, we have heard it all before, right? But are you asking yourself, what if this one is different? I mean after all, this guy is a veteran. Why would he lie to us? Hold that thought.

This is a secret of the wealthy (SOTW) system. It is supposed to be 100% automated. You are going to be able to just sit back and collect the money.

This is a system that will do the work that you don’t want to do, or don’t have time to do. A real system? You do not even need computer skills to use this system and it can be done offline. Say what?

All you do is join, buy one of their “done for you” packages and drive traffic to the website that you joined through. Their marketing system will generate leads for you.

The guy who is doing all the talking in the videos, sounds like a robot. No emotion in his voice whatsoever. Big, red flag there.

Your coach will handle all the questions and enroll each of your prospects. They close all the sales for you. This sounds really familiar.

My questions is, if they get the leads for you, contact the leads, answer all the questions and get them to sign up for you, why do they need you? They should be making a ton of money without you. I’ll answer this further down.


ProductsAir Force To Wealth Products

There are product prices. Yet on the second website that they sent me to, there are only 4 listed. No product name or a description.

They sent me 3 different website addresses in the 2 text messages that I received from them, after my initial phone call that I received from them.

Back to the products. They are e-learning products made up of business development training, marketing training, personal development training and wealth education training.

The prices for the products are as follows

Level 1- $3000 + $247 admin fee

Level 2- $7000 + $447 admin fee

Level 3- $14,000 + $647 admin fee

Level 4- $21,000 + $847 admin fee

Once you purchase a membership and IF your SUCCESS COACH makes a sale for you, you get a 50%-75% commission. They have a “Special” if you buy a package with in the next 48 hours. Here we go again.

If you buy the second or third level package, you will be upgraded to the next level for free. If you buy the level four products, you will get a 75% commission on every sale for life, instead of 50%.

The products that you will get depend on the level that you purchase of course. I went through and a lot of the products seem like “fillers”.

For example in the level one package one of the products is Surefire Surfing Security. Don’t get me wrong, we all need to know how to surf safely online, tight?

My thing is, if you are spending that much money for a products, it needs to be some amazing product that teaches about making money online.

Another product in the level one is Smart Time Launchpad. This teaches you about managing your day, about multitasking and time management. What? I just honestly think that this is not what I would expect to be purchasing.

I am not sure if you feel the same way, but, that is how I feel. Feel free to leave me your opinion down below. I would love to know if I am alone or not by my way of thinking.

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Air Force To Wealth Level 1 ProductProducts For Level 1

Level One:

  1. Your own customizable website
  2. Marketing Letters
  3. Website support and hosting
  4. Surefire Surfing Security (this has 10 videos)
  • Video 1: Introduction to online security
  • Video 2: Online Protection 101
  • Video 3: Antivirus/sptware
  • Video 4: Spyware/malware Protection
  • Video 5: Passwords
  • Video 6: Browser Password Breach
  • Video 7: Centralize and encrypt your passwords
  • Video 8: Surfing Security
  • Video 9: How to spot phishing scams
  • Video 10: What to do if your identity has been taken

I am not going to list all the products that you will get with each level. I just wanted to see if you see this the same as I do. Why are these the type of products that you are paying for.

Don’t get me wrong, I can not say that these products have no value. What I can tell you is this. I decided to do a little research on SureFire Surfing Security.

You can get the SureFire Surfing Security videos for FIVE bucks. Yes, $5. Guess what else? You can resell it as well. Check out the website for this product.

You can basically take this product (that was published in 2014) and sell it for however much you want. I came across another individual that was selling the same products for anywhere from $17 to $47.

If you decide to do a little research yourself, you will see that most of them have the same exact wording for this product in their sales pitch. I did a lot of research on this and I enjoyed it. You deserve to know what these type of companies are doing.

Know Who To Trust

Nowadays it seems that some not so trusting individuals have learned that the way to get to our hearts here in the US is through our service men and women. Here is an article about the scammers posing as service men.

It may be like that in other countries as well. For a while now I have noticed on our social media platforms there has been an increase of members using pictures of service men in their NEWLY created profiles.

I can’t say exactly what their intentions are, however I know they are not good. There has also been a rise in the amount of pro athletes that seem to “follow me” on some of my social media.

Now why would a pro basketball player want to follow little ole me? Exactly, because it is an impostor. But it really breaks my heart that Air Force To Wealth is just another misleading program out to take the money of honest people like yourself.

Please be careful when you are on the internet. It is the perfect opportunity for the dishonest to take advantage of you. Learning to do research will save you from being taken advantage of.

Just because they appear to be someone of high authority or a trusting profile, it doesn’t mean they are. I am not convinced that “Coach Josh” is who he says he is.

Is Air Force To Wealth A Scam

Stay away from this program. I don’t see that you will gain any income from this at all. Any of these done for you, and just plug in, programs are just out to take your money and give you false hope.

They will continue to tell you everything that you WANT to hear and nothing that you SHOULD here. They may not be a full on scam as there are products (not their own), but they are pretty damn close to it.

They constantly fill you with false information (lies) and use your desires (wanting to earn from home) against you. The 48-hour action taker bonus is another lie. It has been well beyond 48 hours and the link is still there.

The number for the success coach hot line, is a voicemail. I never received a call from an actual person. It was all prerecorded messages or text messages.

Every text message and phone call would give me 2 different links airforcetowealth.biz, and airforcetowealth.net. I would also be asked to watch the latest video on his earnings for that week.

Another sign not to trust them is the fact that the website is new. This can mean that they were previously under a different name, were exposed, and they switched to a different name.

Remember how I said I would explain about the leads? They buy them. I was sold out by a website that I visited. This is a scammy maneuver. If I don’t consent then I should not be contacted and neither should you nor anyone else.

Please be cautious of these type of programs, there will be no good to come from them. I hope this information has helped you to make a wise decision if you were to come across Air Force To Wealth. If you receive the call, hang up immediately.

I want to thank you for taking the time to read my findings. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please leave them down below. I love hearing what you have to say and I am prompt to answer you.

Please feel free to let me know if there is an online opportunity or online job that you would like to know about. I would love to investigate it for you.

Take Care

Wishing you the best in all you do

Lee Ann









Lee Ann Cermak-McQuay

I am a family oriented mother and love being involved with my little ones. My husband is the best guy a girl could ask for. I love helping others which is why I created this site. I know what it is like to NEED to work and earn an income, but not be able to do it outside the home. I am now able to help others find work they can do from home. And I love it.


  1. Thank you so much for watching for legit employment/opportunities for parents. I believe so many recognize the value of working from home while caring for their family. i thank you for giving us the information about air force to wealth. It doesn’t seem like there is really any value in the products that they want you to purchase or in this system. It appears they have just searched for free or cheap products and want you to pay to get leads for them. I will stay away from this opportunity.

    • Thank you Lori for taking the time to read about Air Force To Wealth. I would have to say that I definitely agree with you about their motive. The products are from other creators and even though their site is new, the products are not. I really think that if you want to get others involved and have them promote your business, the products need to not only be legit, but they need to be your own or your partners.
      I hope that you will continue to read what others have to say about a job or opportunity before you were to commit to it. I truly appreciate your time and your thoughts.
      Wishing you the best in all you do
      Lee Ann

  2. Another great post about a potential scam. Its very interesting to hear about all these potential scam out there on the internet of companies claiming specific things to you via a phone call. What is legit and what is a scam? I love reading these articles about whether or not something is a scam because I keep gaining more information about what to take into consideration when trying to decide when something is a scam. Great info!

    • Thank you Joseph. This one was one that really upset me. Now scammers are portraying themselves as service men? They just show they have no limitations on the length they will go through to con others out of their money. Air Force To Wealth and others like it are why I chose to do what I do.

      The public needs to be aware of these type of scams. Like you said, this information helps others to gain knowledge and just may someday save them from falling for a scam and loosing a lot of money.

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts on scams with me. I really do appreciate it.

      Wishing you the best in all you do

      Lee Ann

  3. Hi,this is a very informative article. I see adds on videos for so called “Work from home opportunities”. Personally, I have never received phone calls or text messages from people offering me the opportunity to make money. I nearly did get scammed by clicking on a so called “Free to Join” scam offering me a chance to earn money using binary system it was when I joined them I realized that I had to pay over 2,000 Euros in order to start. Ha, ha, my reply was “Lodge the 2,000 Euros to my account and when that money makes a profit then take the 2 grand you put in… That is, if it is so good”. I never heard from them again. 

    • Thank you for sharing your experience with us David. I do appreciate that. This is why I chose to do this type of business.

      I want to help protect others from getting scammed by programs like Air Force To Wealth. I honestly believe that those that are involved in this scheme are using our love for our service men and women against us.

      With it having air force in the title and him supposedly being retired from the air force, they may think the public will trust them more.

      There are some legit free to join as well as paid membership opportunities like Wealthy Affiliate. it definitely is not a get rich overnight scheme either and requires you to put work into earning success.

      As for your experience, I don’t think they were ready for your response to them. They are probably used to less educated individuals that they are able to manipulate into joining their program.

      I am glad to hear that you didn’t fall victim to them. Hopefully my information here will help others to not fall victim to the Air Force To Wealth telephone scam.

      Wishing you the best in all you do

      Lee Ann

  4. Airforce to Wealth. It’s really an airforce because for that price, I must be wealthy. The cost is even too much. I can’t imagine thr kind of traffic that’ll convert when or if I decide to get their product. I still prefer staying on in Wealthy Affiliate and build my business under this great umbrella. 

    • Nice to see you again. It is really nice to see that you are enjoying my site and sharing your thoughts with us on these programs.

      This was one that really played on my heartstrings as they portray themselves as veterans, yet they ar not trustworthy at all.

      I to am a member of Wealthy Affiliate. I will remain there as I know they are legit and they have the best training online as well as state of the art tools and support.

      You can’t find everything that we get, with any program unless you pay a lot more. You will still get less quality of training and pay extra for the tools.

      Please continue to sheck out my site. I love to hear what others think.

      Widhing you the best in all you do

      Lee Ann

  5. Hiya,

    thanks for letting us know about this program.  It sounds like they are hoping you will feel sorry for them, as they are pretending to be service people.  That is wrong on all sorts of levels.  Poor Quality product, pitched in completely the wrong way.

    thanks again for flagging it up to us.


    • It is my pleasure John. I love making the public aware of the scams that are out there. it is sickening that they are claiming to be veterans and then trying to rip people off.

      Just like those who are creating fake social media accounts and are trying to convince others that they are service men.

      Nothing makes me more mad than to see others trying to ruin our trust and ruin the reputation of those who have served.

      There are people who fall for it because they love and trust those who have served. hopefully since this has started to be a common occurrence, I hope others will start seeing them for what they truly are. Misleading and a waste of time and money.

      Wishing you the best in all you do

      Lee Ann

  6. Hi Lee Ann,

    Nice article. I am really looking for a side hustle now that will work for me. As I’m reading your article, this Air Force to Wealth seems like really a scam. If by chance I will encounter them. I will just ignore them. Thanks to your helpful blog. 

    If I saw another type of scheme like this. I will let you know for you to investigate. You are really helpful. Thanks.

    • You would be wise to stay away from Air Force to Wealth. I am glad to hear that my information has helped you to see them as they are.

      I have only come across them by them calling my home. They were able to by my information from someone else online. That alone should be illegal, as I did not agree to that. 

      Hopefully you will not have this happen to you.

      I would definitely love to investigate any online opportunity that you may be interested in. i love doing this in order to help others remain safe when they are looking to work from home.

      Wishing you the best in all you do

      Lee Ann

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