Air Force To Wealth By Coach Josh Review – Scam or REAL Secrets of The Wealthy?

Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

Air Force To Wealth is a program that’s just been launched by a man named Coach Josh & it promises to give you access to the so-called secrets of the wealthy which will supposedly (according to Coach Josh) see you “siphoning hoards of cash on auto-pilot”…

Air Force To Wealth System Website ScreenshotYou’re told that all you need to do is watch Josh’s Blueprint To Wealth webinar & that you’ll immediately be able to begin making money right afterwards… But is it really legit or is Air Force To Wealth a scam that’ll actually just end up conning you instead?

Well thankfully you’ve landed in the right place to find out as I myself have personally taken a closer look into this program to see exactly what’s going on & in this Air Force To Wealth review I’ll uncovering the REAL truth about how it all works as well as outlining whether or not you can really make any money with it like you’re told you can.

What Is Air Force To Wealth?   |   How Does Air Force To Wealth Work?   |   The Secrets of The Wealthy Exposed   |   Coach Josh’s Cunning Trick   |   Is Air Force To Wealth a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is Air Force To Wealth?

Essentially you’re led to believe that the Air Force To Wealth system is a “done-for-you” online business that you can simply plug into in order to start making thousand dollar commissions with little to no effort…

In fact Coach Josh the man behind the whole thing actually claims that you don’t really need to do anything at all…

As shown in the screenshot below he says that there’s no selling, no explaining & that they close all of the sales for you which allegedly makes it the “ultimate hands-free income machine”:

Coach Josh Income Claims

But if that’s the case then why on earth does Coach Josh want you in on it? And why does he require you to pay money to join?

Surely if his system was making money entirely on auto-pilot like he claims then he could just either use it to make money for himself (instead of cutting you in on it) or just let you join up for free if he really wants to help you like he claims…

This immediately makes me very sceptical about the whole thing as it sounds an awful lot like a get-rich-quick scam.

And the other thing that makes me very sceptical about it is the fact that the system seems to go under so many different names. For example on the sales page you’re told it’s called the Air Force to Wealth System, the Top Secret Wealth System, the Secrets of The Wealthy System, the Veteran To Wealth System & the Blueprint To Wealth Webinar (as shown below):

Secrets of The Wealthy System Names

So which is it? And why so many different names? Well I can tell you that scam systems tend to regularly change their names in an attempt to make it harder for people to find the negative reviews before joining… This enables them to continue scamming people out of their hard earned cash because the people coming across them can’t find information about them so they end up “trying them out” to see if they work…

But IS the Air Force To Wealth system a scam? Let’s take a closer look into how it works to find out for sure…

How Does Air Force To Wealth Work?

Well the first thing I’d like to point out is that it seems the whole system (whatever its true name is) is being marketed via spam calls as there are several reports online about people receiving calls from a lady named Kelly & a man named Sgt. Mark telling them to check the system out & join.

Air Force To Wealth Scam Call

In the call the people are told that they’ll be able to make $15,000 commissions over & over again with ease & then they’re directed to a website hosted on the domain name “”…

Now the Air Force To Wealth website essentially just hypes up the potential opportunity of making money & does its best to try & make it seem legit by bombarding you with what are supposed to be “truthful” testimonials.

Coach Josh tells you all about his story of he is a veteran & how he now makes a ton of cash through his online business which allows him to live a life of freedom with his family – claiming that he makes over $100,000 per month by just working 2-3 hours per day.

Income Claim Made By Coach Josh

But then once you reach the bottom of the page you’re instructed to click a link to watch a webinar called the Blueprint To Wealth Webinar (or Secrets of The Wealthy Webinar – the name seems to change) & when you click that link you’re taken to a new website found at “”.

So we’ve gone from the Air Force To Wealth system to something else called the Veteran To Wealth system which is a little weird… But anyway in the video on the new website Coach Josh appears once again & then instructs you to call the Success Coach Hotline.

And this is where the whole thing begins to really unfold…

It turns out that the Air Force To Wealth system is just a high-ticket program which essentially gets you to spend a ton of cash & then encourages you to get others to do the same so that you can earn at their expense.

It’s very similar to how MOBE & Digital Altitude worked but the FTC shut both of those down because it deemed they were nothing but pyramid schemes.

So essentially the whole website just gets you really hyped up about the opportunity to make money, then it gets you to spend as much as you can on your membership & finally it leaves you to find out that the way you make money is actually just by promoting it online & getting others to do the same.

Multi Level Marketing Pyramid Scheme

And shockingly the CHEAPEST level of Air Force To Wealth is $3,000 – with the top level going up to a whopping $21,000!

But what do you get in return for your money? You must get a lot for that price right?


For the $3,000 product for example all you get in return for your money is a website with some website hosting (which you can get for free here) & a product called Surefire Surfing Security which costs just $5 if you buy it direct.

This shows that in reality the “products” aren’t really being priced on value, they’re being priced with commissions in mind – and it’s quite clear that the focus with the whole thing is blatantly on the income opportunity… This means it’s a pyramid scheme!

And in case you don’t already know pyramid schemes are 100% illegal. The reason for that is because they’re solely designed to make the person at the top rich (aka Coach Josh) and the people at the bottom just end up losing money, not making it.

The Secrets of The Wealthy Exposed

All throughout the sales page Coach Josh repeatedly mentions that you’ll be getting access to the “secrets of the wealthy” – well it turns out that according to him the secret of the wealthy is to join a pyramid scheme!

I can tell you that in reality that’s not the case – the true wealthy are building legitimate businesses not some gimmicky pyramid scheme that sends spam calls to people’s phones & promises them $15,000 commission on autopilot.

And if you too want to start your own legit online business (for free) & avoid this Air Force To Wealth junk then be sure to check out my guide on getting started here.

But Coach Josh Has a Cunning Trick In Store…

You might be thinking “who the heck would pay $21,000 for this thing” but the truth is Coach Josh has a pretty cunning trick in his program in that he’s made it into what’s known as a “pay to play program”.

This means that you can only earn on the levels that you personally own, so if you only purchase the $3,000 level then you will only be able to earn $1,500 for referring people even if they went on to spend $21,000.

Therefore to earn the $10,500 commissions that are boasted about you would need to spend the full $21,000 upfront – which is exactly what the so-called “success coaches” pressure you into doing.

In reality the people on the hotline are not coaches at all they’re just salespeople & their sole duty is to pressure people into spending as much money as possible (which is why you’re forced to call them to get started).

However even if you were to buy the $21,000 level there is still absolutely no guarantee of success or any guarantee of your money back – and sadly the majority of the people who do join DON’T earn so much as a single penny.

The reason for that is because they’re left to figure out how to market it on their own & as you can probably imagine it’s not easy at all to get a stranger to spend $3,000 on something that is as risky as this – especially not if you’re brand new to marketing.

And to be honest I would really hope that you wouldn’t actually want to promote something like this even if you were desperate for money because ultimately the people you bring in are likely going to lose money, not make it.

But anyway I think I’ve said enough about it already & you probably get the idea which brings me onto…

Is Air Force To Wealth a Scam?

Yes, in my opinion it is a scam & I say that because all the evidence points towards it being a pyramid scheme. The primary focus is clearly on the money-making opportunity & the “products” sold come with little to no value at all.

With that being said the chances are that if you were to buy into this thing then you would likely just end up losing your money because ultimately it’s just been designed to make the creator wealthy, not you.

So therefore it’s safe to say that there is no way I will be recommending the Air Force To Wealth system or Secrets of The Wealthy system (whatever name you want to call it) to you because I believe if you sign up you’ll just find yourself disappointed… Plus because it’s illegal it could (and likely will) be closed down by the FTC at any moment which will leave investors parted from their cash.

And like I mentioned earlier in this review of the Air Force To Wealth system there is simply no need to pay these ridiculous amounts to get started online as there are plenty of legitimate places like Wealthy Affiliate where you can get started for free.

Plus there are all of these other legitimate ways to make money that you can check out as well.

Regardless though whatever you decide to do I just hope that my review here has given you a good insight into how this whole thing truly works & hopefully you can now see why it should be avoided. If you do happen to have any further questions or comments about it though then don’t hesitate to leave them below & I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

The best part is that there's literally no limit on the amount you can earn with it & the process is pretty simple which means that it's absolutely perfect for people that don't have much experience.

Some wealthy affiliates even earn as much as 5-figures per month... Or more!

Amazon Earnings Example

I mean don't get me wrong, that kind of money won't just fall into your lap without doing any work... But the harder you're willing to work at it, the more you stand to earn with it.

So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

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38 thoughts on “Air Force To Wealth By Coach Josh Review – Scam or REAL Secrets of The Wealthy?”

  1. This company is using personal information for dark web sales and possibly funding terrorist organizations.
    Please report this company to the Department of Homeland Security.
    This is a very serious matter and an interdepartmental task force along with Interpol is searching for all complicit persons and organizations.

  2. Hi, I have read your theory and I got a call from a number to visit a web site but not the one you mentioned. Which is I then got a Robo call from coach Josh to visit a different website called it lead me to the same webpage design as the first, then the same run through one the second and third, I called the hotline phone number to set up the financial credit and then got a real call from coach Josh and he asked me if I had the link to their credit loan company that they use. find out if this is real (SBS Financing). I Still have his business phone number that he called me from.

    • Hi Robert, thanks for your detailed comment sharing your experience with this. When writing the initial review of Air Force To Wealth I too came across a lot of different (but very similar) websites all setup by Coach Josh. It seemed to me like he was doing it in an effort to escape/dodge any negative reviews that surfaced. I removed the link to the SBS Financing website from your comment just to prevent anybody clicking on it & signing up, as in my opinion the whole SBS Financing thing looks very dodgy indeed. I was unable to find any regulatory license number on their website (which is a requirement by law) and it appears Coach Josh is referring customers there as an affiliate (meaning he is earning commissions when they apply) and that would mean he would also need to own a financial regulatory license as well… Which he doesn’t appear to. So it’s safe to say that I will be recommending you steer clear of this whole thing as in my opinion it looks like he’s just trying to get people into debt through unscrupulous/suspicious companies to earn some commissions at their expense.

  3. Hi Dale,
    Thank you for your very candid overview of Coach Josh. I, like many others, have an interest in earning extra money from a home-based business. Unfortunately, the internet provides a base camp for a huge variety of scams, lies and outright frauds which solicits hundreds of millions of dollars every year from unsuspecting or uneducated people from all walks of life. As someone said to me recently the internet is 5% fact 95% BS and 100% manipulation. I suspect that is not far from the truth. Coach Josh has been invading my internet space for months because it appears impossible to unsubscribe using his suggested website. As you can well appreciate I am more than jaded with respect to earning extra income from the use of the internet. However, I will read the information provided on your website and reserve judgment until I have been able to vet its content. On the surface, you appear to be a caring individual sincerely interested in helping others accomplish their goal of earning extra income. I will take that at face value until shown otherwise. Take care.

  4. Thanks for information on this scam. I also was scammed by they are a bitcoin platform and they stole my money and many other people’s money too. His name is MARCO GALLINI this group should be taken to jail.

  5. Coach Josh sent me to a website named 14kprofit and another site to see people having success with the program. There I saw a bunch of Old Drunks from like the Salvation Army holding up fake 7K Checks they supposedly just got from being in the program a short while and the success they were having. They were supposed to be some new recruits to the program. How much he have to pay them for their pictures, like $25 each?

  6. Comments on Coach Josh, I’ve been following this program now for over eight months an if it’s is as you say then why has not one of his new members (or victims as you would refer to them as) or anyone else for that matter tried to expose him or at least post something negative, there have been none that I can find

    • A quick Google search reveals that there has, and it also reveals that “Coach Josh” may also be using the alias “Coach Matt” & “Coach Bob” as there are duplicated websites featuring the 3 different names. If you have a look through the other comments on this article you’ll also hear about other very suspicious tactics being used too. If you’re happy with the program then that’s fine, but in my opinion there is no need to join such a suspicious & expensive program when you can get started with the same method (and get better training) for free over at Wealthy Affiliate.

    • I also was scammed by this joker for $7,000 at which point I paid for a bunch of advertising where he took all the calls and claimed no one signed up then fell off the face of the earth and quit taking my calls. Please please please do yourselves a favor and avoid this guy at all costs. He is heartless and a complete fraud. Blessings to you all on your journey to finding a legitimate business from home.

      • GLORIA.
        I signed up with 7000 also and he gave my info to another group who built me a website and attached the website i paid him for included in the 7000 a few months later the link was removed and i was left with a website that had nowhere to go. I was really devastated. So that man is evil to take money from people promising them wealth. I got his email and emailed him he never replied. He did before he got my money. That’s how you know he is a scam. Sadly. I also signed up in april of 2019

      • hi gloria contact class action lawyers. they know what to do. before he is gone also contact FBI they can help you . his based in usa . this is scam sorry for your lost money . i hope you health.

  7. Another scam averted. Your blog was the last review I came across b4 making a decision to join with Coach Josh. In other words, If I hadn’t come across this page when I did, I would be yet another victim. Thank you.

  8. Anyone interested in joining a class action lawsuit and a serious effort to have this Coach Josh (also committing false valor) as he was never a member of any US Military branch, can contact us.

    • Is the lawsuit already active? Or are you looking for people to “create” (not join) a class action lawsuit? Please provide further details.

    • One of coach Josh’s success coach is Tony Biaco , his assistant is Marj. Both in Bellevue WA. I’d love to join your class action.

    • Hello David, I am interested in going after them. I borrowed 40k to get into this “business” and haven’t seen a dime in 2 months. After being “coached “ and after they got my money they were done with me.

    • I would like to know more about this Class Action lawsuit. I just a few months ago paid $7,000 from my TSP and have not seen one dime yet it’s been since November of 2021. I’m a retired U.S. Army vet of 21yrs.

  9. Good article. Thank you. I saw it as a pyramid scheme at the start. He talks a good game but he sounds like the old Amway pitch. He is advertising on YouTube now as SimpleSystemAccess. He claims AF veteran status and uses Coach Josh and Coach Matt thinking nobody would notice. He needs to be prosecuted.

    • Yeah, I’ve seen those new versions too, I thought about exposing them as well but I know that if I do he will simply change his name yet again. Hopefully, people find out the truth via this article.

  10. Thank you for doing this. I came across his videos on YouTube. You can tell by just looking at his face and the bimbo next to him that it’s a scam… plus the car in the background too.
    I happen to come across this “system” a year ago too with another individual promoting it, forgot his name now, which was also in many other older pyramid schemes programs.
    Please people be careful and do more than the due diligence research.

  11. There is no doubt at all that we all need to DO OUR DEEP AND SERIOUS DILIGENCE on these scams because they are VERY CONVINCING and we all are in danger to fall believing the false testimonies of actors and scammers that are use to rob us. Thank you Dale I ALMOST send my
    money that I will have to repay later to the Bank taking me 3 to 5 years to do it. – THANKS

  12. Sounds like I got scammed. Makes me sick that I fell for this. My debt is well over 30k with the advertising I bought and paying the royal level. They are very convincing and even paying their “financial guy” to help me secure the loans. I feel so stupid.


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