Wyatt Walker Reviews

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Wyatt Walker? Chain me to a radiator in some psychopath’s dingy basement, and I’ll saw off my hand a la James Franco in 127 Hours before I’d buy his program.

He says he’s got the #1 business to start this year. It can make you $2k, $5k, or even $10k a month from home.

No experience or skills necessary. And you can do it in as little as five hours per week.

So what is it? Something about uploading free-to-use videos online.

Simple videos. Short videos. Like seven-seconds long, Wyatt says, before claiming he makes $100k a month doing this.

My skepticism is jumping outta the toaster like a Pop-Tart. 

Wyatt has until the end of this 7-Figure Academy review to turn me into a believer.

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But it’s just red flag after red flag:

  • Wyatt’s got a Lambo and lets you know about it right away.
  • His Instagram is nothing but beaches, palm trees and penthouses.
  • His marketing recipe? Take the word simple, mix in easy, add a pinch of quick, bake at 350° for 25 minutes or until golden brown.

We’re not off to a good start, Wyatt Walker. (Assuming that’s even your name.)

As for his backstory, he was working 80 hours a week at some crappy cubicle job. His life was essentially a spam email getting dragged to the trash.

There had to be a way to turn it around.

Wyatt bounced from side hustle to side hustle, but none of ’em amounted to anything.

At rock bottom, legend has it, he borrows some money and tries one last business: YouTube automation.

And whaddya know: in the first two months, he makes $12,000 with it.

The following year, he scales it all the way up to $430,000.

Naturally, after that, he becomes a guru, and here we are. Now he wants to teach you his secrets.

Wyatt’s best YouTube channel makes him $28,921 per month. Says he doesn’t make the videos himself or show his face.

So what’s he do?

He hires a script writer, voice actor, editor, and graphic designer.

All that… for a total cost of about $40 per video.

Hard to believe, but okay.

Says he uploads just eight videos a month.

And the channel gets about 3.8 million views per month.

YouTube apparently pays him $7.94 per 1,000 views. (That’s his share of the ad revenue.)

Crunch the numbers and it comes out to $28 Gs per month.

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But that’s just one channel. Who says ya gotta stop there?

Since you’re not creating these videos yourself, you can run it back as many times as you want.

You could have one channel, two channels, five channels… 10, 20. Each of ’em making you money while you sleep.

It was at this point that I noticed something odd.

In Wyatt’s pitch video, he had like 225k followers on IG. Now he has 145k.

How does one lose 80k followers so fast?

Maybe he should sell a course on that.

It gets worse though. Hover over the people commenting. Notice anything? 1 post. 0 posts. 0 posts. 0 posts. 6 posts. 1 post. 3 posts.

Click on any of their names and check out their pics. Tell me these are real people.

Fugazi may not be the right word, but it’s the first that comes to mind.

Wyatt also planted a press release on a Fox 40 site.

I mean, damn. My man steady scheming.

Don’t me me wrong though.

None of this means YouTube automation doesn’t work. It just means trusting Wyatt’s like trying to nail jelly to a wall.

You have to wonder if he’s ever made any money with a faceless YouTube channel. Let alone the $100k/mo he’s alleging.

Either way, I can’t help but make fun of this.

  1. YouTube Automation? Right, because the internet definitely needs more clips of David Goggins running in the rain, screaming, “Stay hard!”
  2. Faceless Channels: proof you can always disappoint your parents a little more.
  3. This opportunity is long gone, just like your virginity.
  4. So lemme get this straight. Rip off other people’s content, add a clickbait title, spam the description with keywords, and make money? Well slap me until I think I’m a girl!
  5. Who knew making videos about “10 Celebs with a Secret Criminal in the Family” and “Top 20 Times Judge Judy Owned People in Court” could make me a millionaire? Then again, Bill Belichick banging a 23-year-old cheerleader wasn’t on my Bingo card either.

Now that that’s outta my system, Wyatt’s 7 Figure Academy course costs $1,997.

I wouldn’t go near it even if I had a reacher-grabber and a hazmat suit.

But you do you. Just make sure you check Ripoff Report and Reddit before you pull the trigger.


I’m off to inhale a burrito as big as your thigh and wash it down with a fountain Diet Coke.

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Q: Did Wyatt Walker delete his Instagram?

A: Appears so. He must not’ve liked me drawing attention to his bogus follower count.

Q: What’re his students saying?

A: One dude complained that the course was outdated, key details were missing, bonuses were lackluster, and his credit card was dinged an extra $4,000 after he had already paid in full. “Beware, this is a scam,” they wrote. Another dude chimed in, saying how the coaching was horrible. It’s not even Wyatt. It’s this random guy who seems miserable and gives one-word answers to every question. After joining, they too were hit with fraudulent charges to the tune of $10,000, and it took months to get the money back. “It’s such a scam,” they warned.

Q: Okay, so a faceless channel is out. What’s an alternative?

A: Just do what I’m doing. Watch this video for an overview.