The Six Figure Empire Review: What Does Momma Gotta Do With It

sixfigureempire review


When I looked into SFE it has that familiar feel in regards to those high ticketed sales tier business models. I get it that the larger amount of money you make the bigger your bank account can get.

I see why people may gear towards those high ticketed sales. You get that one lucky sale then you have a nice commission. I want you to know that I’m not against high ticketed sales at all and that is why people sell expensive homes and cars for a living.

However, real estate agents and car salesmen have products to sell. So, in this Six Figure Empire review, I’m going to cover their comp plan, sales funnels, concerning info and what does momma gotta do with it.

Specs About Six Figure Empire


Product Name: Six Figure Empire
Year: 2016
Free Access: No
Price: Varies Monthly fee starts at $29.97
Website URL: sixfigureempire.com
BeginAtZero.com Overall Rating: 4/10


My Take

In the digital world, we come across a lot of ways to make money from home. Making money from home is a reality for a lot of people. It’s a great way to be with your family and bring home the bacon.

I always say this that the investments you make shouldn’t be taken lightly especially when it’s gearing towards high ticketed products that they want you to get in on.

There were similar high ticketed systems out there that the FTC has taken action against. The reason the FTC took action against those services because of what really goes on after people join these types of opportunities.

So with that being said, we will get right to this.

What Is Six Figure Empire?


Six Figure Empire is a service that includes digital marketing tools to get you to sell the exact same system.

So in other words, you use one of their marketing level tools like placing ads in classified sites and if someone invest in the system, you make a commission. Then the person who joined through you will get the exact same system to try an do the exact same thing.

Six Figure Empire Cost


Being that it is a hight ticketed sales system it is not an inexpensive price tag and all sales are final, there are no refunds.

$29.97 a month for licensing fee.

There are levels that you are able to purchase at a one time fee.

  • Level 1 is a phone funnel priced at $1,250
  • Level 2 is the fishing pond priced at $3,750
  • Level 3 is M.T.V.S. priced at $6,250

You Are In The System


That is how their system is designed, their system is designed to get you to pay for that monthly fee and one of their levels.

It is one of those tier business models similar to MOBE and Digital Altitude that the FTC has taken action against.

If you are just start off and pay the $29.97 a month, you won’t be able to make money with their system. The $29.97 a month is for their licensing fee.

Each Level offers what they call an automated system. So if you were to put your name, phone number and email into their system, you are in their system. You will receive a text message, and email and a phone call.

I get it that we all are put into a system when we place our info. You just gotta know that some systems sell your info and causes unwanted robocalls and spam.

What Are You Paying For If You Purchase A Level?


You are able to purchase leads through their lead zone.

  • 20 1 page funnel cost $30
  • 50 1 page funnel cost $65
  • 100 1 page funnel cost $99

The Phone Funnel priced at $1,250 is where you are able to use an SMS communication. It is a texting funnel.

The one they call the popular funnel is the Fishing Pond. You get access to leads. This one again costs. $3,750.

  • Biz Opp leads
  • email leads
  • aged leads
  • genealogy leads
  • payday loan leads
  • survey leads
  • mobile leads

What is shocking is they have leads from Digital Altitude’s list. If you don’t know what Digital Altitude is, it’s a top tier biz models that pretty much copied MOBE’s system.

Like I just said, both systems the FTC has taken action against. I don’t know about you, but if I joined Digital Altitude and then someone contacts me with a similar system asking me to join, I would be like hell to the NOOOO!!!

People paid a lot of money trying to make money using Digital Altitude’s system yet someone from Six Figure Empire have the audacity to ask someone to join another top tier system and risk losing more money! I guess all I can say to that is to each their own.

The other lead system is called the M.T.V.S. stands for massive transformation value system. There are a number of videos and audios that are supposed to help you make big-time money through social media.

So if you were to pay for one of these levels, you make commissions on the level you purchased. If you didn’t purchase that level, you don’t make the commissions.

So now let’s get into their comp plan.

Six Figure Empire Comp Plan


You are able to receive payments the way you like. If you want someone to Western Union you $5,000, you can.

Me being the type of person who believes in good quality receipts, I recommend you have a paper trail.

I believe before you join any opportunity, you shouldn’t take it lightly and it should be a serious decision.

Also, even though there are no refunds that don’t mean you can’t get a refund.

By me stating refund, I also am not guaranteeing you a refund by using a good quality paper trail like a credit card or PayPal transaction, however, good quality paper trails helps your case.

Not only that, if for some reason something were to happened, if you use a credit card transaction, the credit card company may help you get your money back, so that is info you should know!

Once you send that cash through Western Union, you are gonna have a heck of a time trying to obtain a refund.

I want to make what I just said clear because sometimes people do things where people are explaining to them what they should do and it sounded reasonable at the time, like using western union to make a “business” transaction…!

However, if they used their credit card and the charges are over $50, the credit card company will help you dispute the charges.

Again I wanted to state the western union part because it’s part of their comp plan in a transaction form.

Their comp plan design is pretty simple. It is the most simple comp plan design I came across.

It’s an 80/20 comp plan. So the way their comp plan works is two levels deep. So it’s you and the people you bring into the system.

If you were to bring a person into their system and the person you brought into the system makes a commission on let’s use their popular level the fishing pond at $3,750, the person you brought in make $3,000 and you being the upline makes a $750 commission.

That is pretty much how their comp plan works. As long as you keep raking in people and the people you rake in keep raking in people money can be made.

What Does Momma Gotta Do With It, Evelyn!


As you can see, Six Figure Empire is a pricey system. They also have another sales funnel called The Fearless Momma 2.0. At this level, you can get in at $250.

What the Fearless Momma system does is funnel people into the Six Figure Empire. So more or less what momma gotta do with it…!

It is a lower priced sales funnel.

The way this system work is similar to the Six Figure Empire. If you don’t want to level up, you don’t have to. You won’t make the Six Figure Empire commissions unless you pay for the pricey Six Figure Empire systems.

What You Get for The Fearless Momma 2.0.


You get access to 7 modules. One of the ways The Fearless Momma like to use is placing ads in Craigslist and they recommend you do that.

craigslist prohibited

If look at the image above, Craigslist lay out what violates their terms. You’re gonna get flagged if you get caught placing ads in Craigslist.

Why even use Craigslist platform when they prohibit services like The Fearless Momma.

Also, unlike the way Six Figure Empire’s comp plan works, 100% commissions go to you which is great.

The concerning part about this whole system, in general, is that there are no products sold outside their system. You have to join the system in order to make money.

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Here Is What You Should Consider


There are a lot of systems out there that say it’s all done for you. The only thing you have to do besides opening your wallet is to market their system.

Despite the fact that they have leads already for you to start marketing, they have tools for you to use to market because of course the leads you buy may not be suffice.

As you can see, you probably ran across Six Figure Empire or The Fearless Momma 2.0 through Craigslist which is prohibited, read a website or saw a YouTube video.

Meaning that maybe this high ticketed level may not be that great and worth the price tag you’re paying for, it’s a way to obtain more people into their list.

A Franchise Fraud Scheme


sfe franchise fraud definition


Now that you got the gist of what Six Figure Empire and The Fearless Momma 2.0 is about, you’re looking at one of those franchise fraud schemes.

I’ve written a review about one of those 1Up type systems call the 25 dollar 1Up.

To get the gist of what a franchise fraud scheme is, it’s a referral system that they have in place that mainly markets their system.

The profits are not earned through sales of products to the general public but based on selling the whole entire system to people and make profits from it.

All In All

There are many systems out there that have a “product” however, you have to join the system in order to make money with their system.

You are not allowed to sell products outside their system causing people to end up in some type of franchise scheme.

If you look at what Six Figure Empire has to offer, take into consideration what you will be doing.

If you were thinking of getting involved, you should not make your decision lightly. You should look at all of your options.

Even though people make money with their system, the big winner is the owner because he gets a recurring income from the people who are trying to rake people in.

If you have any questions or comments about Six Figure Empire, feel free to let me know below, thanks!

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22 thoughts on “The Six Figure Empire Review: What Does Momma Gotta Do With It”

  1. Hi Evelyn,

    It is a thorough and complete review by any means. It lays out all the answers for the questions, one may have.

    I will always question the authenticity of any program. Six-figure Empire is a lovely and greedy name to be attracted to.

    I have worked very hard to save some money. I would be diligent to evaluate any stem I want to invest in. Raking in people to something I am not personally comfortable is not me.

    It is a huge expense initially for anyone to begin with something. I like start small, test and up it.

    • I agree with you! The titles like that can really be a turn off. Money doesn’t grow on trees and people work hard. I feel that investments shouldn’t be taken lightly, Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  2. Your review is great. As for Six Figure Empire, I don’t think is good for a newbie. The prices are quite on the high side and I don’t recommend it for any newbie in the internet marketing world. My take is to learn all strategies of internet marketing through the Wealthy Affiliates training. Wealthy Affiliates have got all I need to learn in internet marketing and it is newbie friendly too.

    • Yeah, Wealthy Affiliate’s training is great and they do a great job helping people start their own business. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  3. The article is written based on a review of Six Figure Empire and I have read this one attentively. Its a great opportunity for me because I’ve learnt about it for the first time. This include digital marketing on which I am highly interested. SFE cost a reasonable amount and I think I can bear that sum of money as a license. It sounds so great that I can transfer payment of money through Western Union. I’m interested for affiliate marketing I would like to join Six Figure Empire as early as possible. Overall, thank you so much for writing such an informative article.

    • I personally feel if people are making payments through western union to start a business they should be careful what they are getting into. Thanks for your thoughts, Evelyn.

  4. Thanks for this review on six figures empire. I must commend you for taking your time to write this review and also your findings before coming out with this review. Six figures empire is not a system for a newbies because all I can see is spending of money from one stage to another and from the look of it from my own point of view. it looks like a get rich quick scheme.

    • I agree with you and I feel that people should be very careful what they get involved in, thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  5. I see it is shady to start someone out on a business with as low as less than $30 and demand for over $1000 for an upgrade, to just level 1 for that matter.

    The marginal difference is too high. And the fact that it’s a one time fee may sound nice. But the question is, is there provision for paying in installments? If there’s none, then it’d be difficult for most people to upgrade.

    I don’t approve of Six Figure Empire, so I agree with your 4 over 10 rating.

    • Hello,

      Being that the people who are already a member at SFE, the high ticket sales commissions goes to them and their upline, the recruiter could make arrangements with a possible members since they are able to receive these commissions however they like such as western union and input their data in the back office.

      Is that good business practice? I don’t think so. This is why I prefer a paper trail because if anything where to happen, you have proper info to request a case. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  6. Informative. You’ve laid out the program and laid out the fundamentals of the program in a clear and concise way, which is always appreciated. If you cannot begin start making money with the $29.97 membership as you say, I think this program might not be worth it for some people. While I am also not against promoting high ticket items, a lot of time they require more startup capital to get your foot in the door.

    Thanks for going over everything and giving such helpful information. I look forward to hearing more quality information from you in the future! Koda

    • Thanks Koda, the $29.97 monthly fee. You can not make money by just paying that monthly fee. You have to purchase and recruit that level for anyone to get begin getting their money back. I feel there are other ways that people can make money through high ticket items, I believe there should be an actual product sold without having to recruit people into a system. Thanks again for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  7. Your Six Figure Empire Review is really worth reading as its well explicit and easy to understand when read. The one particular statement I love the most about your review is “You are able to receive payments the way you like” that really got me wowed! Having to know that one could request for payout as much as over five thousand bucks. Thanks so much for this educative review.

    • You getting $5,000 cash in the mail is awesome, for the person who sends you that $5,000 cash in the mail, I wouldn’t recommend it. The reason is because it is a transaction. If for some reason someone is not satisfied, they are gonna have a heck of time trying to get their money back.

      Even though SFE has a no refund policy, there are instances where people can obtain their money back. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  8. Superb review Evelyn!

    I think the only people making six-figure would be the owner because from my point of view, it seems that they are only thinking of making money from us little people instead of helping make money online. I know it’s one-time but just look at that whopping $6,250 for level 3, that’s outrageous! Thanks for opening our eyes to this, I dodged a bullet phew

    • Hey Riaz, it is nice to see you, Actually everyone who joins Six Figure Empire pay a monthly 29.97 fee. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  9. Its a great and lovely analysis, Your review is very much complete, as I left with no more question to counter its authenticity. Actually, I get to read this article at the right time, as I was looking for better money making programs and one of my friends suggested six figure empire.

    Since he has not experienced this system, so I delayed to get this program. But now, your article is a real eye opener for me.

    Thanks a lot for saving me and many others from this scam, through this review.

  10. Well done Evelyn. You have done a great job with this review on Six Figure Empire and Fearless Momma. Someone mentioned it to me, but I actually requested for more time from the person. I’m glad and I did. Though I enjoy multi-network marketing business, but Six Empire Empire does not look transparent to me, and it looks more like a pyramid system, where everyone wants directly or indirectly for the owner. I’ve decided on what to do. Grateful Evelyn

    • I noticed that both systems doesn’t sell products to the public. It is great that you research to make your final decisions. I feel that people shouldn’t take these types of decisions lightly. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  11. This system is really pricey. As a newbie in the world of affiliate marketing, I don’t have enough confidence to invest heavily in this program. Seeing there’s a possibility it could get closed down by the FTC, I think I’m safer in a program which allows me to build my own business, and sell what I wish to.

    Thanks for the write-up, regards

    • Hey Louis, there are many inexpensive ways to build a business online and the sky is the limit in regards to what you can do. Starting your own business and building your own brand is an excellent start, thanks for sharing your thoughts, Evelyn.

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