Chris Luck’s Marketers Paradise: Scam or Legit? Marketers Paradise Review

marketers paradise reviewIs Chris Luck’s Marketers Paradise a scam or legit? Find out if this thing really is the paradise it claims to be by reading this Marketers Paradise review.

*UPDATE 04/07/17*: Read in the comments area below about affiliates of Marketer’s Paradise not getting paid. 

Marketers Paradise — What Is It?

Marketers Paradise is a training platform for affiliate marketing tips and tricks. There are many great videos that teach you ways to promote your website and affiliate products, get traffic, succeed at social media marketing, increase conversions, and much more.

It was created a Chris Luck, an affiliate marketer and entrepreneur for over a decade. This isn’t the first project he has created; there are several other membership sites and courses that he has created in the past, of which some still exist and some don’t. However, Marketers Paradise is his most recent project.

There are three parts to Marketers Paradise: A free version, a paid version, and a resources section.

The free version allows you to view a short preview of video courses. You can view these previews without even signing up or entering your email address. However, to view all the videos in their full version, you need to upgrade to premium, which costs $35. UPDATE: It now costs $97 a month, or $867 a year. That’s a lot of money, and I’m not sure that it’s worth it. The resources section is a free list of resources that any affiliate marketer will find useful. Again, you don’t need to enter your email address for this.

Should You Sign Up to Marketers Paradise?

Marketers Paradise contains some very useful tips and advice that will really benefit you. Some of his best tips are his methods of how to get a lot of traffic for free or for extremely cheap. You can direct this traffic to wherever you want, including your affiliate links. In fact, I would venture to say that the amount of money you can make by sending this traffic to your affiliate links will make up for the $35 very quickly.

For example, in this video, Chris shows you how he gets 1,000 visitors for only $1.

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In this video, he shows you how to get lots of free extra traffic without paying anything.

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There are many other great video resources and tips.

The truth is that this is pretty useful stuff. Will it help you? It definitely will. Should you sign up? Well, if you are looking for a starter’s course with information on how to start a website, then this is not what you are looking for. But if you already have a website and you are looking for great advice on how to boost your traffic and/or income, then this is definitely the place to go.

So, Is Marketers Paradise a Scam? Can It Really Be True?

Marketers Paradise is a great place to go if you are looking for methods to increase your traffic, conversion rate, and income.

However, if you are just starting out and you are looking for a course that will teach you the basics of starting a website and doing affiliate marketing, then this may not be what you need right now. Instead, you would need a starter course for that where you can get started for free.

What are your thoughts on Chris Luck and Marketers Paradise? Leave them below!


  1. Neil

    Hello, Ben.

    Unfortunately, Marketers Paradise is now being labeled as a SCAM! Chris Luck hasn’t paid a single one of his affiliates any commissions (including myself). If you’ve made sales for him, you won’t be getting paid either.

    Despite 2 attempts at contacting him to ask why and also demanding payment, he has not responded to my emails in 2 weeks. I signed up as an affiliate of MP in January, I’ve made 7 commissions up until now (April) totaling $120.

    Apparently, Chris has encountered a bug with “Samcart” which he’s still working on. Mmm… I seriously doubt it takes 3 months to fix an affiliate payment issue. Samcart will also be hearing from me.

    I DO NOT recommend Marketers Paradise!

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Neil!

      Thanks for stopping by and telling me!

      I actually haven’t checked into my Marketer’s Paradise affiliate account for months, so I wasn’t aware of this. But I just logged in, and I found that I have around $100 in “payable” commissions and $50 in “pending” commissions! And like you, I haven’t received a cent, and I see no “request payment” option or anything.

      I also noticed that the price has gone up from $35 a month to $97 a month, which may change my opinion on whether or not it is worth it! That’s a lot more expensive than other affiliate training courses.

      Come to think about it, I haven’t gotten any marketing emails from Chris lately either, besides for one email where he explains his absence is because he is working on a new product — an energy drink, of all things!

      I decided to do a little internet searching, and here is what I found: Chris Luck has other high-priced courses on the web. Membership Method (hosted on a website called Kajabi Next) costs $2,500. Swipe Vault costs $97 a month, but its payment processor is through Clickbank, where it has a gravity of 0 and an average affiliate sale of N/A. So no one is promoting it. I don’t know why he didn’t run Marketer’s Paradise through Clickbank as well, in which case affiliates wouldn’t have to deal with these issues.

      But what I found interesting is a product that was launched in 2008 called “Income Greed” by Chris Luck. There are complaints (On Ripoff Report and other) about affiliates of Income Greed not getting paid. Since it was only around for a few months and isn’t on the web anymore, I can’t be sure it’s the same Chris Luck. It’s also around a decade ago, so I don’t know if it has any bearing here.

      Anyway, I’m going to update my review with the new information, and please update me if you get any new results!

      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Francis Donaghy

    Hi Ben, good article. Personally, don’t like those pop ups for newsletters etc, puts me off, but everyone does things their way.
    Apart from that, well done ✅. Francis.

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Francis!

      I think popups are annoying too. Unfortunately, I need a way to monetize this website, or else it is a waste of time. I tried making the popups as unobtrusive as possible: The center one is very small and closes by itself after 15 seconds, while the other one comes up in the corner and does not block the page.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Michael

    I have already created my website and is looking at ways to increase traffic to my site. This is really helpful and i will really consider it. Thanks

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Michael!

      Yes, if you already have a website and you are looking for ways to boost your traffic, this is a great place to go for some extra tips!

      Thanks for stopping by!


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