Tim Ikels - Creator, Publisher, Marketer

Hustlers University Review: Worth It?

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Andrew Tate’s courses promise you online riches. Here’s my no-nonsense take as a long-time online entrepreneur. I dug in for a month to see what’s up.

Hustler’s University promises to teach you how to make money online. But does it deliver? Here’s the no-BS breakdown:

The Basics:

The Good:

The Bad:

Should You Join?

Here’s the bottom line:

Think of HU as the starter buffet of online business. Great for dipping your toes in, but you’ll want a real meal elsewhere.

But there are likely better, less controversial options out there.

A Few Caveats

My 2 Cents

It’s not a scam, but it ain’t great either.

It’s YOUR money. Invest it wisely, and on learning from people whose whole brand isn’t getting you riled up.

Q&A Time

Q: Okay, I’m intrigued by Hustler’s University, but still skeptical. What’s the real deal?

A: I get it. Here’s the straight talk: it’s not a get-rich-quick thing, and Tate’s style isn’t for everyone. But, some of the skills they teach can be a springboard if you’re new to online business. Think of it as a crash course, not the final destination.

Q: Is Andrew Tate even legit? Dude seems sketchy.

A: Fair. He’s definitely good at getting attention, which has made him rich. But does that equal business expertise? He’s not the guy I’d pick as a mentor, personally. Way too much ego and not enough proven track record beyond… being Andrew Tate.

Q: I’ve seen sweet screenshots of big money from HU students. What’s up with that?

A: Most of those bucks are from promoting the course itself, not from actually building a freelance business, e-commerce shop, whatever. It’s easy to forget that when everyone’s hyping it up.

Q: Bottom line, should I hand over my cash?

A: If you just want a taste of what online business could be, maybe consider it for a month or two and then bail. If you’re serious, that same money could get you into a real course with more focus, more reputable instructors, and less… baggage. It’s about what YOU want to learn and what kind of community you want to be a part of.

Stay awesome,

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