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Web Fortune Vault – It’s not your Fortune

Filed in Product Review by on October 2, 2015 10 Comments



Product name: Web Fortune Vault

Product owner: Phillip Gannuscia, Mary Johnson


Price: $97, $77, $47,

Verdict: Scam


Everyone wants to make money online with little effort while making enough money to be able to quit their regular job. Everyone is looking for such a program and there are people who create such programs/opportunities.

Some of them are honest and create products that help people but most of them create useless products and one of such products is called as link posting opportunity and has been popular for many years now and there is a group of companies that support this idea.

There are so many similarities between these programs that I dedicated to them a separate article and called them as link posting scams. They all promote the same fake idea as if you could post links throughout the web and make lots of money.

Another group of programs promises that you can make lots of money if someone clicks on your link (paid to click type of programs).

It’s all about links and the truth is that even if you can make some money it’s not about thousands of dollars. Anyway, let’s take a closer look to see if you can make money through Web Fortune Vault and if yes, how much you can make.


The main idea behind Web Fortune Vault

Many of these link posting scam websites have been taken down by the owners of these programs due to many complaints and negative reviews on the internet. Others are still functioning and most likely they will be taken down too.

It’s really hard to figure out what each of these program is about. Some of them don’t have any product. They are just scamming people by promising them lots of money through posting links here and there.

Some of them do have some training material but even then they don’t provide any support and make a lot of false promises they fail to deliver on.

All these programs are either in my scam or not recommended list for a number of reasons and this one, i.e. Web Fortune Vault goes directly to my scam list simply because their site is taken down which means you can’t order their product even if you want it badly.

Since it’s VERY similar to another product called Web Fortune Master I believe I won’t make a mistake if I mention the same red flags that I’ve found in this program. Also, there are some other red flags I feel I need to mention in this article too.






Pros of Web Fortune Vault

  • Some training material on affiliate marketing and CPA


Cons of Web Fortune Vault

  • This is an exact copy of another website called Web Fortune Master
  • No support
  • The site is taken down


Inside the program


Is posting links a real thing?

First off, the idea of making money through using links has been very popular over the past few years and all I can say is that it’s true and untrue at the same time. It’s true that you can make money by posting links but it depends on how you post them and where you post them.

If you post them on your own website after creating some helpful content or product description which is called affiliate marketing then it’s true method. But posting links by itself doesn’t make any sense.

You need to create a fully functional website with a lot of material on any subject you have passion about in order to attract visitors from search engines or social network sites.

According to the statistics, most of your visitors will leave your site a few seconds after visiting it and will never come back again, but some of your visitors will definitely take action and make a purchase and you will earn an affiliate commission.

This is a proven business model that makes people thousands of dollars and I’m making money using the same method. When it comes to link posting scams or paid to click programs it’s a bit different.

They promise that you can post links and if someone clicks on your link you will make money. If we are talking about link posting scams, it’s not true. No one is going to pay you for posting links.

If we are talking about paid to click programs, it’s true that you can make money if someone clicks on your link. But you can make only pennies, 0.0005 per click.

In this case you need to get 10.000 clicks in order to make $5. Does it look appealing to you? I think it’s a waste of time.




Fake testimonials

All these programs including Web Fortune Vault use fake testimonials to make you believe that their members are happy and rich. In fact, they use the same faces throughout all link posting scams and the images are taken from stock image websites.





Association with a shady program

Phillip Gannuscia who is most likely a fake person stands behind another scam called Profit Masters Academy. I investigated the program and it was a complete scam. Profit Masters Academy is taken down too.


Link posting job

All these programs claim that link posting job is in huge demand and there are big companies that are looking for link posters and ready to pay them up to $20 per link.






All these sites use almost the same layout, but this new one, i.e. Web Fortune Vault has changed it slightly and though it looks a bit different the idea is still the same. Look at the images below.

One is from Internet Cash Income and the other one is from Web Fortune Vault website.


What is inside Web Fortune Vault?

In fact, since the owner of Web Fortune Vault and Profit Masters Academy is the same person and Web Fortune Master is very similar to Web Fortune Vault it looks like they promote the same training material.

Basically it’s an affiliate marketing and CPA course that work as I explained it above in the first paragraph. It doesn’t work the way they want it to see as if you could post links and get paid.

Now ask yourself, if Web Fortune Vault is associated with shady programs and describes affiliate marketing in such a deceptive way would you want after all this to buy anything from these people?





My scam list

According to Web Fortune Vault Terms and Conditions, it’s associated with Profit Masters Academy which is in my scam list. Would you want then to join Web Fortune Vault? And here is a screenshot of this document.





Take a look at what Web Fortune Vault promises you and ask yourself: do you believe in this nonsense?





Keep in mind that there are always many complaints about link posting programs and I can name a few of them here:

Work at Home Institute

Excel Cash Flow

Online Profit Stream

Online Home Careers University

Amanda Jones Online Income

There are too many similarities between Web Fortune Master, Web Fortune Vault, Profit Masters Academy and other link posting scams.






Look at the images and compare them to the image at the top of my review. I think there are TOO many similarities and they all clearly point to Web Fortune Vault’s being a scam at worst and not recommended at best program.



Final word on Web Fortune Vault

I think there are TOO many red flags for Web Fortune Vault:

  1. The site is taken down
  2. Too many lies
  3. Association with other scams
  4. Many complaints about link posting programs
  5. Fake testimonials
  6. No support



About the Author ()

My name is Rufat. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

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  1. Lukas says:

    thanks for this honest review. I was actually interested in this program and was looking into it, but I missed many things you mentioned here. People need to do proper research before joining any program because you never know what’s out there! Very helpful review which helped me to avoid this scam.

    • Rufat says:

      Then it’s really good that you came across my review and it saved you from this crap. Of course, people need to do an extensive research before signing up for a program. It’s really important and even critical. I heard of the story of a man who fell for a scam and lost $35.000. Can you imagine? And the reason is because he didn’t do enough research. This program is a total BS. The same crap as of that from Web Fortune Master and most important thing is that this one is taken down. No one will ever fall for this scam again.

  2. Sammi says:

    Hi Rufat,

    What a great review. I love reading your reviews as they are always so honest. How do you find out about all these little ‘get rich quick’ companies that pop up?

    It’s so easy to fall in the trap of signing up to these things! I look forward to your next review.


    • Rufat says:

      I’m glad you like my honest approach. There are many ways to know about these scams through Google alert, forums, blogs etc. Once you know how to make money the proper way it becomes very easy to spot a scam and expose it through strong arguments.

  3. Branka says:

    Hi! Great information! Your work here is very valuable. Somebody has to protect people from these scams and I can see, the number of these fakes is not small. I am using your site every time some shiny opportunity jumps out :) very cool! Thank you so much! Keep up the good work!

    • Rufat says:

      I’m doing my best to review as many products as possible, bot good and bad. But most products are bad because most people want to make to make a lot of money and fast and that’s why they are not interested in helping folks. Their main goal is succeeding at all cost, no matter who suffer. Fortunately, Web Fortune Vault has been taken down but there are tons of other similar scams that pop up every single day and there is no way to stop this process.

  4. Alanna says:

    I like the layout of your website. As a visitor I would like to know more about what Web Fortune Vault really is. I did not see any description. Also are the two products owned by the same people? Did they rename a product? Is it software that you download? Is it a training program?

    I think it could be a really good article if there was more information about the company and why it’s not a good way to earn money online.

    • Rufat says:

      I’m sorry Alanna for the confusion, but it looks like you haven’t looked through the article. If you read it you will find a lot of facts that clearly show what Web Fortune Vault is all about. I told in my review that this program is copycat website of another program called Web Fortune Master. It provided some training material on affiliate marketing and CPA business which stands for cost per action. Also, I mentioned that Web Fortune Vault provided the same info provided by other link posting scams. I also provided links to those scams in my review to avoid repeating the same info. But even if you read my current review carefully you will get all required info to understand the whole thing about Web Fortune Vault.

      No, it’s not a software to download. It’s a training program. You ask why this program is not a good way to earn money. Because it’s associated with many other link posting scams and that’s why it’s risky to pay them. BTW, their site is taken down which means you can’t even order their product. I hope I was able to answer all your questions. If you still have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.

  5. Andy says:

    I tell you something. I get so pissed off with things like this. It is more than possible to make a living online abd there are so many scam artists out there that just want to take your money and leave you with next nothing. Fortune Vault is just another example of rubbish affiliate products.

    I thankyou for sharing this and I hope more people get to see it.

    • Rufat says:

      I got tired of these scams just like you and fortunately, there are good programs that have honest people that stand behind them and who want to help people get rid of these scams. Of course, it’s possible to make a living online and I know many successful affiliate marketers. I’m not making enough to quit my regular job yet, but I’m very close to that point. Web Fortune Vault is a complete BS and it’s sad that many people fell for this scam before it was taken down. Everyone is safe from it now I hope I’ll be able to save at least a few people from this nightmare.

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