The Six Figure Mentors Review

Gareth Morgan's The Six Figure Mentors Review

six figure mentors review

six figure mentors review


 *Please note – The Six Figure Mentors is now associated with The DEA (Digital Experts Academy)*

What is The Six Figure Mentors

The Six Figure Mentors is an exclusive online training and mentoring community founded by Stuart Ross and Daniel Wagner. It is designed to help anybody make money online by teaching the benefits of leveraging the Internet. The Six Figure Mentors is currently the most talked about membership site in the UK and certainly one of the most popular around the globe with members joining from all over Europe, America and Asia. You will learn everything from the basics of building a list, affiliate marketing, creating your own products and selling high ticket products: where the really big money is made online. The only way you can join The Six Figure Mentors is by being referred by a current member. Click here to find out more.


How much is it?

There are 3 applications types to choose from: *The information here is correct from June 1st 2013 and is lifted directly from the offcial application page*



GENERAL Applicants are typically the "80%ers." They are generally interested, but more skeptical, and rarely not dead serious. Based on the application answers submitted, they can expect to have their application approved and initial consultation (5-10 minutes) scheduled within 7-28 days business days.



EXPRESS Applicants are people who don't like to wait in line. These are typically the 20%ers who want to separate themselves from the rest. They can usually expect to have their application approved and a business consultation (15-20 minutes) scheduled within 3 business days.



VIP Applicants get velvet rope treatment. These are the top 3%- the cream that rises to the top. VIPs can expect to be contacted immediately (same day in most cases) by our most qualified enrollments specialists. At this point, a business consultation will be scheduled with the first available senior business coach. In addition, VIPs get as much time as they want or need to get all of their questions answered (up to 30 minutes on initial consultation.)


The paid applications are risk free (refund within 30 days) because The Six Figure Mentors wants to make sure every person will be a good fit for the community. If you or they decide it's not right for you, you'll be refunded. Once accepted, the one off payment for the full membership upgrade with access to basic training is $297 and the recurring monthly payment is $97. Once you're a member, there is also the opportunity to become an Elite member of The Six Figure Mentors, which features more advanced training to accelerate your earnings.

  • Six Figure Mentors Elite: You can purchase Six Figure Mentors Elite for 12 months with one simple payment of $2,000


Seriously, is The Six Figure Mentors any good?

The Six Figure Mentors is exceptional. Obviously you'll know from the header of the site that I'm a member (Elite, in fact) and there are several reasons why. When I first started attempting to make money online in April 2010 I failed THREE TIMES. I lost A LOT of money. The first time I paid for a 'product' that was inferior and when I tried to contact the seller for support he went AWOL. Then I paid out for another 'make money online training' product and it got removed from sale because of the amount of complaints it had received. And finally, I joined YourNetBiz, which I personally found to be less than satisfactory. By this point I had spent around £2,500 ($4,000) but thankfully YourNetBiz led me to The Six Figure Mentors.

For a newbie The Six Figure Mentors is perfect. The marketing foundations are laid out in step by step video tutorials and as long as you don't deviate from them and complete each one, your money making system will be set out and ready to go in around 2 weeks. Some people are far quicker, some take longer. I appreciate all Internet marketing newbies have full time jobs. Stuart Ross, the co-founder, teaches you the same model he used to make over $480,000 in his first 18 months online. Will you make that much? No. In fact, I would say there is no chance at all. Stuart got lucky and he admits it. BUT, within The Six Figure Mentors I have met a couple of entrepreneurs who ARE making six figures online (one of them being the person who referred me to The Six Figure Mentors) and I've also met a fair few high five figure earners. This is because the emphasis is on high ticket sales. Stuart Ross is forthright when he says affiliate marketing will make you money but you probably won't get rich that way. High ticket sales are the way forward.

There is a live chat within The Six Figure Mentors community, which is jam packed full of newbies and Internet marketing experts so it's a great place to share ideas, learn new tips and help others. There is usually around 3/4 webinars a week for live training on various topics and Q & A sessions at the end of each one. You're provided with a fully functioning website with ongoing technical support and a back office filled with marketing tools like banners, email swipes, landing pages, sales pages and more. The Six Figure Mentors is the quickest way you'll get up and running. 

On the downside, some of the material in The Six Figure Mentors can be overwhelming to begin with and I know many newbies who have tried to do too much at once or even too little and have ended up failing. I also know a few talented individuals who just weren't making the kind of money they were hoping for and quit the industry altogether. Also, you really do have to spend out to get your business up and running. It will take you so much longer to make money if you're not advertising your business the right way. Speculate to accumulate. 



  • Step by step tutorials, ongoing training and live chat make The Six Figure Mentors a great place for newbies
  • One of the highest commission structures with payouts of up to $1,000 for high ticket sales and monthly residual income
  • Branding yourself is much easier when you're backing a big, respected product
  • Proven 6 figure earners, who started from scratch like you, provide their templates to earn big money
  • Using the techniques learnt with The Six Figure Mentors will translate to virtually any market and niche, thus scaling your business.



  • It's not cheap. You have to make sure you are 100% committed to making it work. There is no such thing as push button software that will make you millions. Sorry.
  • If you don't plan your business and have a solid idea of what kind of money you want to earn, you risk failing.



The Six Figure Mentors is for serious entrepreneurial people, who are willing to put the time and effort into making their online business a success. If you're one of those people looking for an easy fix writing a few blogs and making a few dollars here and there with affiliate products, I don't recommend this product at all. Every member of the SFM wants to make money online full time. If that is what you're looking for then you'll get the very best out of The Six Figure Mentors. I've been a member since August 2010 and it's the best decision I've made in my career. The kind of money you can make with this training will blow your mind.


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20 Responses to The Six Figure Mentors Review

  1. Gugulethu says:

    I believe it's good to balance between high-priced and low priced products as an affiliate that is why I want to join SFM as well. But just like you said, it's expensive ๐Ÿ˜€ however, I also recommend SFM because it's like buying a Franchise, most of the technical stuff is already done for you.

    Really great and honest review. Thnx!!!

    • Gareth Morgan says:

      Hey G,

      I do offer a discount for anybody who wants to join up, as a way of proving that I’m not just looking to make a sale and run away with someone’s cash! When I give out my discount, I’m cutting into my own commission. However, for you I would give an even bigger discount. And NOT just because we’re friends but because I know you have the right attitude and mentality to make it. Let me know if you ever want to jump onboard but every man has to walk his own path! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Steve says:

    Hey Gareth,

    Which theme is this ? I like the layout, and scrolled to the bottom
    to see the theme name , but couldn’t find it.

    Could you also explain a little more about the connection between the
    DEA and SFM , are they one and the same, the DEA just being a higher
    monitization level ?

    • Gareth Morgan says:


      The theme is Twenty Ten. The site was developed in 2010 and the theme suited the simplicity I was looking for. It has flaws but it’s fine.

      As for DEA/SFM, the coming together of the two is a new joint venture between SFM founder Stuart Ross and DEA founder Jay Kubassek.

      It’s another way to broaden the horizons for members all over the world and expand the training facilities as DEA is US based and SFM is UK.

      The DEA training is far more advanced and I recommend any newbie or moderate marketer to look at SFM first.

  3. james milner says:

    Wheres Gareth?! Liz above seems to be expressing some serious concerns surrounding and its reach out phone calls for massive investment. I can see above that any general inquiries were replied to rather quickly yet liz now waits over 30 days with the biggest and most concerning review-geared posting yet.

    Forgive me if I sound suspect now, but Liz should be answered before any more alarm bells go off.

    From serious to suspect.

    J Milner.

    • Gareth Morgan says:

      Here I am James, never fear! ๐Ÿ˜‰

      I understand your concern but missing Liz’s comment was a genuine mistake on my part and if you look at the site you’ll see many comments placed around the same time that have also suffered a lack of reply.

      I apologise for worrying you but Liz didn’t wait 30 days. She posted her comment on the 31st Jan and it’s now Feb 7th. Either way though, I would ideally like to respond to all of my messages sooner so for that, I am sorry.

      This particular article is on Page 1 of Google for ‘Six Figure Mentors Review’ so I can’t afford to be dishonest as it could ruin my business. I do believe SFM is now in the thousands of members all across the world but I would have to double check the exact number.

      If you have any questions about SFM, don’t hesitate to ask. You can email me or give me a call over the weekend when I have some spare time 07899843392 (UK).

  4. Liz says:

    Hi Gareth,

    This information is most helpful, since I have been following SFm for a while.
    I’m not a member, but yesterday I got a call from someone who claimed to be a mentor, or actually a guy who was the recruter, and then there was a director and apparently someone else was the mentor.

    They talked about my dreams and goals, and made it sound all very exciting, and then they gave me two choices of investment, as they called them.

    the first one was an “agressive investment” of USD10000-15000, and the “conservative investment” of USD 4000-10000. I told them that i’m conservative but that had to be once I really started to make money and make sure the system works, so I could decide if I would invest such an amount.

    They said that however, my starting investment needed to be USD4250, and I had to pay with my credit card!! When I said I would not do that they got annoyed and hanged up.

    So I think I really scaped, and now that I read your article and see what the real prices are, I’m shocked and afraid now to start such a business.


    • Gareth Morgan says:

      Hi Liz,

      I’m sorry for the late reply. I approved your comment amongst a host of others that weren’t as pressing and must’ve forgotten about it.

      I don’t understand why you received a cold call from a ‘recruiter’. That seems a bit off to me. The way SFM works is you either sign up for a free video training series, which gives you the option to purchase an application pack ($19.95) or you can buy the application pack on its own (right hand widget of my site). Both scenarios then lead to a phone call from one of the support team to go through the options with you. Yes, there are some packages that can cost up to $20,000 (from the DEA – Digitial Experts Academy, the brother company of SFM) but I personally wouldn’t try to sell it to somebody who is just learning the ropes.

      As for the $4,250 starting investment; even that’s a little steep! You can begin by becoming a member of the community with access to the beginner’s training suite for $297 plus $97 per month or you can jump up to the next level, the Elite package for $2,297 plus $97 a month. The Elite is the level that I went in at and is what I would recommend.

      Perhaps you should look at the videos first to decide if SFM is for you.

      Once you tap in your details, you’ll get regular videos and emails from myself and the SFM.

      • Lynn says:

        Hi Gareth, I'm a person who works nightshift 4 nights a week in customer service and it's killing my soul inside. I'm 29 years old and I still live at home with my parents and even though I pay 'digs' I can't move out because I still have an overdraft and credit card to pay off. I'm existing, not living. Just getting through the day. I don't want to be a slave to the machine anymore. I want to be my own boss! I want time to travel wherever I want to go, to do salsa classes, you name it! I also want the fulfillment of helping other people get their dreams too! I've been looking into SFM for a few months now and each time I read about it, I feel excited at the prospect of a new life for myself and being able to come home to my own flat/apartment and to afford driving lessons and drive a car. I know this kind of thing can take a while to build up. The ONE thing holding me back is the prospect of having my photograph used online. I'm alright with my photo being used on facebook and social media etc, but there's something quite exposing about using a photograph online. Is this a big part of the 'getting the customer' to trust you're a real person kind of thing, so that you're relatable? Thanks!


        • Gareth Morgan says:

          Hello Lynn,

          I'm so very sorry for the ridiculously late reply. My blog was hacked and it took a while to get all of my stuff back and sorted.

          Please contact me on Facebook, so we can discuss this matter at length

          But, yes, the short story is that nobody wants to do business with a stranger. A photo is 100% necessary if you want to build a presence/reputation online.


  5. Marco says:

    Hello Gareth:

    I’m new in his kind of business opportunity. I have done other network marketing where you recruit some people (not a success ) but I’ve never created my own website nor writing blogs. I have the desire to learn and make this to work. Is this business something for someone that does not know that much about how to market on line or writing blogs? I’m committed to spend time to learn it but I want to be realistic if a have a chance to succeed.

    Thank you for your opinion.

    • Gareth Morgan says:

      Hi Marco,

      I’ve seen that you opted in for the free videos. I’m hoping you’ve made your way through them as they should’ve answered your questions.

      If not, I will say to you that I truly believe you have a great opportunity to make a go of this as long as you commit to your education. A lot of ‘gurus’ claim that even ‘people’s Grandads’ can succeed online but that’s a grey area. You certainly need to have a rough idea of how businesses make money online and you must be willing to knuckle down and learn a whole ton of techniques.

      Advertising is a must for me too. If anybody out there claims you can make a substantial amount of money without spending on advertising is either straight up lying or taking a whole lot of time to do it!

      Email me at if you have any more questions.

  6. mery says:

    Hi Gareth,
    I just would like to know, you’ll start making money since when ? I mean, would you have an income since the first month ? at least to not be at (-)97$ per month, without any income…
    On the other hand, what is the average income before investing to be an elite member ?
    Thanks for your answer. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Gareth Morgan says:


      I think everybody should budget for at least the first 3 months without making ANY money. Some people will make money straight away but that’s providing they really work at it. I’m talking at least 2 hours a day for the first month or so. This isn’t some ‘get rich quick’ scheme, it’s a genuine business opportunity through education and applying what you have learnt.

      Why don’t you take a look at the free videos and report etc to get more of an idea of what we do? Check them out

      I can’t really say what the average income people achieve before becoming an Elite member because some become an Elite immediately and some wait a little longer. I do feel that if you don’t become an Elite member and invest in your education you won’t be as motivated to succeed. For this reason, I recommend becoming an Elite member as soon as you sign up.

      Yes it costs a little money but what education doesn’t? I hope this helps. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Mery says:

        Hi Gareth,
        Thanks for your answer ๐Ÿ™‚ although yesterday I sent you and email with more questions :p
        I’ve been looking some videos (day 1 and 2 and some testimonials), I’ll continue seeing till day 7 of course!
        Thanks again ๐Ÿ™‚

        • Gareth Morgan says:


          Got your email. For some reason it was in my spam box but I’ve replied now. Make sure you check your spam box just in case. It’s quite a detailed reply which hopefully answers all 6 of your questions! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. JF says:

    Hey there so i wonder is the one off payment is $197 and the recurring monthly payment is $97 come both at sametime? so its basicly 300 US the first month?

    • Gareth Morgan says:


      No, the $197 is basically your sign up cost. You begin paying $97 monthly the following month.
      * As of December 2012, the sign up cost is $297 due to massive on going demand and success of students*

  8. Marsha Anderson says:

    Commenting on newsletter “I’m back from Cyprus”

    I agree that some videos really can get a bit too long before they get to the point of selling a product or inviting someone to a web conference.
    The most annoying are those long copy writing squeeze pages. the scrolling goes on and on. It’s just too much.
    I read an article about copy writing from the TechRepublic newsletter that was on their “10 Things” blog. The topic was about the ten most successful businesses and the reason for their success is the have the best copy writers.
    One of the examples of a top ten company is Mozilla Firefox, the reason is because they get straight to the point which is to download a great browser to have a wonderful, secure experience.

    To find out about the other nine companies you have to go to the “10 Things” blog and search for the article about the most successful ones who are successful because of their style of copy writing.

    • Gareth Morgan says:

      Thanks for your comments Marsha. I’ve always had an issue with overlong videos but I also agree with you about the long sales pages.

      I usually start off thinking the lay out of the sales page is good, the design and text looks smart etc but after about 2 paragraphs, I’ll scroll down and realise there is virtually a small novel to read. This is when I click away. If only the creators of the products knew this. : )

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