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Super Affiliate Network – $15000 in upgrades?

What is Super Affiliate Network (SAN)? Misha Wilson in 2016 created SAN. Super Affiliate Network is an in-depth course in affiliate marketing set up with an MLM (multi-level-marketing) system.

The program begins with a $1 starter fee and offers upgrades to as high as $15,000. Let’s get rolling on SAN and determine if it is a scam or not.

In this article we will cover;

  1. Who is Misha Wilson
  2. What does the SAN course/program have to offer you?
  3. Pros and Cons
  4. My recommendations regarding Super Affiliate Network
  5. #1 Recommendation

I am adding an update to this post on 5-30-2019. I did pay my $1 to join SAN on 5-15-2019. After reviewing this company, I made the decision not to continue with my membership.

I called the number and left seven messages to cancel my subscription. I was not allowed to speak with a person, but I did receive an automated message each time. No one ever returned my calls, and they did not cancel my membership as I requested.

I did find an email address for this company and emailed them. I informed them that I spoke with my credit card company, and I was advised to cancel my card and file a fraud charge against their company.

I had two days left, and it would be much more straightforward if they would cancel my subscription before I was required to file the charges.

I did hear from them the next day. They did cancel the charge.

I recommend that no one pay their dollar to check out this company because they do not stand behind the money-back guarantee unless you threaten them.

Super Affiliate Network

Program name: Super Affiliate Network (SAN)

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Founder: Misha Wilson

Price: as high as $15,000.00+ (yes, you read this number correctly.)


  • Is this a scam? No
  • Do I recommend the SAN program? No

I will explain more about my recommendations as we move through my findings.

Who Is Misha Wilson?

I would describe Misha Wilson as the entrepreneur of entrepreneurs. Misha was born with the mindset of an entrepreneur.

Misha is known as a traffic conversion expert with a vast knowledge of affiliate marketing. His reputation proceeds him as a highly intelligent, laid back, hard-working person with integrity.

So, why on earth would he set up an MLM system to promote Super Affiliate Network?

I am not a fan of the MLM system because I have lost money on this system in the past.

Misha Wilson

The Super Affiliate Network reminds me of another review I recently did on The Power Lead System called The Power Lead System-Turnkey Or MLM

What Does The SAN Course/Program Offer You?

To begin my review of SAN, I need to tell you about the email I received. I opened one of my emails to discover a video by Kisha Wilson. Her video had all of the usual tactics. Pressure sales, I only want qualified people. Do you want to have the freedom and live the lifestyle of your dreams?

Do you know what I mean? We all get these type of emails daily.

I was sure the SAN program was a scam. So I dug deeper and heard others and Kisha state this is not a get rich quick scheme. You have to put some work into the business.

Later in her video, she blew it because she stated you could wake up every morning and there will be money in your bank.

So, naturally, I thought this is a  scam. As I continued, I realized it is not a scam but a system set up as an MLM company to sell the products that Misha has developed.

I signed up for 1 dollar to see what was going on with Misha Wilson’s Super Affiliate Network.

Imagine my surprise when I found out Kisha was not my upline but instead a man named Al Monteiro will be my business advisor. I am assuming this is my upline.

How SAN Works

As I stated earlier, I did pay my $1 to become a member. I watched the first 3 module videos.

I felt that all three of the videos, one in each module were prepping me for the upgrades to come. Each talked about how important it is to have a mindset of a millionaire.

The training is called The Profit Boosting Bootcamp, which seems appropriate to me. Usually, training like this has scam written all over it.

affiliate bootcamp

Once I reached module 4, I was required to contact my upline, Al. I did not reach out to him, but instead, I did do extensive research to determine how SAN works.

The research took me many hours. I will line it all out for you here to save you time.

You have to open a module once a day for 30 days to get your training.

Membership And Upgrades

  1. Sign in with the $1 trial period of one month for the $1.
  2. At one month or before you can become a basic member for $47 a month
  3. You can upgrade to a pro account for $97 a month or a one time fee of $297.
  4. First upsells$2497 (one time fee) which gives you access to several products listed below this.
  5. Final upsell $12,497 (one time fee) which includes your four day trip to Maui to receive intensive coaching from the super affiliate network team.

Here is an explanation of #4 which is the first  upsell for $2497

  •  systematic profits-Misha’s shares secrets on how to follow up with leads to create more sales, repeat sales, and then ascending sales of higher value
  •  magnetic selling machine; creating a funnel which brings in leads.
  • Monthly coaching

This list is not an all-inclusive, but it is designed to give you an idea of what this Super Affiliate Network upgrade offers.


  • $1 30 day trial.
  • Misha is very knowledgeable on affiliate marketing.
  • he offers instructions and teaching that are legit
  • Kisha at the beginning of the first video makes it clear that this is not a get-rich-quick operation.


  • Misha has SAN set up as an MLM pyramid company. In my opinion, it makes money for a few and causes a loss for many.
  • The upsells are horrendous. It is bordering on downright ridiculous to make someone else rich.
  • SAN is another funnel system focused on growing a business without a website.
  • The system is designed to make Misha rich.

My Recommendation Regarding Super Affiliate Network

Thumbs Down

I gave SAN a thumbs down because of the MLM component and the ridiculously high upsells. I do not believe this is a scam because Misha offers some valuable information that is well thought out and beautifully delivered. What Misha offers does disqualify this system as a scam. But, in this review, I find that Misha has set his business to make money for himself and not as a benefit to those who join this pyramid company.

I believe Misha has so much to offer the world of Affiliate Marketing that his company saddens me. I don’t like to see a person with high work ethics and integrity stoop to the level of an MLM company. I have offered my opinion and based it on my research. I do not know Misha personally.

If you have questions I am here to help. Please leave them in the comment section below. Thank you for your time. I do appreciate you.

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8 thoughts on “Super Affiliate Network – $15000 in upgrades?”

  1. Thank you. I’m usually pretty good at finding shady business opportunities but this gave me more ways to look at them. It is a shame that someone with that kind of knowledge would stoop to those tactics. I’m with Wealthy Affiliate too and it is definitely not a get-rich-quick but the value of their program is incredible…it’s like getting a degree in affiliate marketing with a whole bunch of perks you don’t get from the traditional ways of learning. I’m very happy I found them.

    • Tricia, I’m like you, I don’t understand why such an intelligent young man would use these tactics. He has a good idea on his content but the setup and delivery have a lot to be desired. 

      Wealthy Affiliate is a great place for beginners. I can not begin to describe all that I have learned in the past year I have been with WA. Incredible support!

  2. Very interesting review from you on super affiliate network. Though I do not know about it before until I read your post. Just like you, MLM marketing is the earliest means I got to know of online and I recorded huge losses and as such ive decided not to engage in it again. Nonetheless, the upsells here is a big turn of. $15000 sounds very ridiculous to me and I’m not sure I want to deep my cash into something like this MLM scheme. Thanks nonetheless for sharing the review

    • Yes, I thought the upsells were astounding. It is sad the way he offers his product because I do think he has some great content to offer. But an MLM system, in my opinion, is not the way to deliver it. Each to his own. I am happy to review this for you and let you know about his system. 

  3. I really liked your site. You had just enough pictures on your site and and was well written. What I like most is that you focused on the benefits and did not seem to be such a hard sale. It made me want to read more on your website to see how you benefited rather than fell like I was being sold something

    • Pam, thank you so much. This is a high compliment. I will continue to help others see the benefits of WA and other credible businesses as well as the red flags of other companies. 

  4. Interesting review. I agree with you that Wealthy Affiliate is a MUCH better option. I haven’t heard of the Super Affiliate Network until I read your post, but I hate being a member of a program, but not being able to access all the tools… the upsells… That turns people off quicker than anything. I decided Wealthy Affiliate was right for me because of the totally free trial with no risk. No credit card required/or worry that I’d be charged for something I didn’t want. Thanks for your helpful review!

    • I totally agree with you. I have contacted support for a refund since the day I wrote this post. I have not heard back from them. If I don’t I will have to cancel my credit card and have a new one issued. Their money back guarantee is bogus because you can’t reach a real persona and they never return the calls when they say they will. 

      Just a warning to all to be careful. Wealthy Affiliate stands behind their promises. 


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