Is Misha Wilson’s Super Affiliate Network a Scam? (Review)


There's a lot of hype surrounding a product named Super Affiliate Network. SAN was launched by an internet marketer named Misha Wilson in 2015. What is this system all about? Is this affiliate marketing training any good? We will try to address all these questions in this review.

The program relies heavily on recruiting people which is similar to pyramid schemes we have addressed in the past. However, it's too early to judge the program based on that so for now, let's give the benefit of doubt to SAN.

What is Super Affiliate Network?

Super Affiliate Network is a video training program geared towards affiliate marketing beginners and people looking to make money working from home. They also have an active online community on Facebook.

Back when the product was launched in 2015, it quickly became the topic of the town because it was created by Misha Wilson. He earned quite some fame thanks to his internet marketing skills and gained recognition at a young age.

It's only natural for one to have high hopes from a program backed by Misha considering his past results and background. Keep reading to discover the truth you need to know before you make a decision to join hands with them.

The Product Line

They have different membership levels from which one can choose from. Each level comes with its own perks.

1. Basic Membership ($47 per month)

As a part of the basic membership, you get access to a three week training boot-camp that covers the basics of affiliate marketing. It also throws some light on mindset, and email marketing.

The training will be made available to you in a drip feed manner and you won't get instant access to the whole video training right away. Watch the video, and complete the tasks for the day.

Once everything is done for the day, you will be presented with a quiz which will ask you questions which you must clear with a satisfactory result to proceed to the next module.

This plan costs $47/month after a $1 trial (for 30-days) or $37/month if you choose to skip the trial. If you're purchased the basic membership, you also get an option to grab the SAN newsletter and solo ads success formula, with the former costing $47 one-time and the latter coming in at $97 one-time.

The newsletter covers strategies that Misha is currently using and finding great success with, and solo ad success formula throws some light on email marketing strategies. Basic plan is limited and you only get commissions on basic membership sales. If your referral upgrades to pro, you're not eligible to receive commissions.

2. SAN Pro Membership ($2,497 one-time)

You will be encouraged to jump onto a sales call with your allotted coach, who will try to sell you the pro membership. They claim this option is for those who need further training, support and additional help with their marketing efforts.

With the pro membership, you also get weekly/monthly coaching, and dedicated support. It also makes you eligible to receive commissions on your Pro Membership sales.

3. MAUI Intensive ($12,497 one-time)

This option is for those who want to take the game to the next level. You are personally invited to attend a four day mastermind at Maui where you can work directly with Misha Wilson's team, and get help with your marketing funnels, traffic, and sales strategies.

You do get access to decent training material but the pricing here is a little too steep.

What We Liked

  • $1 Trial - Everyone's requirements and goals are different. You can test drive the system for just a dollar and see if it's a good fit.
  • 30-day Money Back Guarantee - There's a 30 day risk free period during which you can test the system and if you don't like it, you get a 100% refund. However, there's a set criteria for this, you must complete the training and have at least 3 calls with your allotted SAN coach.
  • Step-by-step Video Training - The step-by-step training is beginner-friendly and easy to follow. There are also action steps involved which you must complete to proceed in the bootcamp.

What We Didn't Like

  • Heavily Focused on Recruiting - The system focuses heavily on bringing other people onto the platform through you. Your commission levels also vary depending on your membership level with the company. You can only receive commissions till your membership level. This is how some scams operate, to get paid on a membership level, you must purchase that first. Most legitimate programs will allow you to promote as an affiliate for free. My Online Business Empire operated in a similar fashion which is now shut down by FTC.
  • Locked Content - The training is locked when you become a member. You must complete the current steps to unlock the next modules. This is more of a personal preference and it can be an advantage for some.
  • Too many up-sells - Instead of packing one quality product, the company relies heavily on upsells. The pricing is steep, you're locked into the SAN environment, and dependent on their training & resources.

Is Super Affiliate Network a Scam?

No, Super Affiliate Network is not a scam, the training & resources they have in store is pretty good. If you consider that, the program is definitely not a bad choice.

However, they focus too much on recruiting like with pyramid schemes. Solo ads and direct outreach are the only traffic methods they cover (as of right now) which may not appeal to some. No one will want to shell out a couple thousand dollars just to be able to 'promote' a product.

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