Global Affiliate Zone

What Wikipedia Won’t Tell You About Global Affiliate Zone

You may probably have heard of Global Affiliate Zone and since you’re reading this, you probably want to know more. Global Affiliate Zone seems like a legitimate way to earn passive income. It promotes affiliate marketing which is a really great way to earn passive income.

However, after you navigate a little further, you might be wondering if you’re doing affiliate marketing or multi-level marketing. While they focus heavily on training and personal development, it’s not for everyone so just be cautious when signing up for a Global Affiliate Zone membership.

Just to set the record straight, I’m not affiliated in any way to GAZ and I am not part of their community. It took me a while to come up with this since I wanted to look into it further to be able to write an honest review. I have to admit that their marketing materials are quite inviting. So let’s take a good look…

Quick Summary

Name: Global Affiliate Zone


Year Founded: 2015

Pricing: $99 per month plus upsells

Owner: Mathieu Jang & Julian Sherman

Recommended: No

Introduction: What is Global Affiliate Zone?

Global Affiliate Zone teaches people the skills of digital marketing and helps people create personal freedom. Their motto is: “the more fun we make, the more money we make”.

They claim that they create the best educated, most compliant, most successful digital marketers in the world. I will let you be the judge of that.

When you join, they teach you to promote GAZ. Most of the work is done for you since there are a series of marketing materials that you can use to promote Global Affiliate Zone. All you need to do is to drive traffic to your sales funnel.

I’ve found that you don’t really get a lot of information upfront and there’s no mention of additional investment. Yes, it is quite vague. They will however mention that there are a few affiliate offers in the back end of the platform and you have to check the offers that align with you.

Aside from revealing the support you will get and that you should look at high converting offers they recommend, they don’t entirely disclose how their system works until after you sign up. For me, this is clearly a red flag since people deserve to know exactly what they’re getting into.

Global Affiliate Zone portal

How does it work?

Global Affiliate Zone’s main product is the GAZ Pro Membership which costs $99 per month. According to them, the GAZ Pro Membership has all the resources, training, and coaching that you’ll need in order to start making money online.

It also claims that the system will do all the work for you and the only thing that you need to do is to drive traffic to their sales funnel. That claim is definitely suspicious and will instantly make you think twice about the membership.

When you sign up, your membership will include:

  • 1-on-1 calls with your personal mentor
  • Discovery session and personalized game plan where you can map out what you want to achieve
  • Complete level 1 training courses which include copy writing, funnels, traffic and FB ads, content, follow up, business and finance
  • First steps to success: 30-day jumpstart program
  • Access to affiliate campaigns
  • Live weekly training
  • Access to the exclusive Facebook community

They do have a lot of great marketing materials that can be used to promote Global Affiliate Zone like the 2019 Affiliate Playbook. They say that all you need to do is to advertise and promote their done-for-you websites where they offer their services.

So when you promote the GAZ Pro membership, you earn a 30% commission if you continue to pay the $99 monthly fee.

But what they don’t tell you upfront is that while they offer educational training, they use the system to recruit members to Enagic. It is a multi-level marketing company that produces water filters.

Just so you know, early this year, Enagic posted a public announcement which will make you think twice whether GAZ is legit.

If you want to earn large commissions, you have to purchase the Kangen water filter. Let me tell you now, it’s not cheap. It will honestly set you back by a few thousand dollars.

What are the pros and cons?


1. They promote self-development.

They will recommend great books, videos and webinars that can help you get into the right mindset. They also believe in setting up their customer for success not just through technical means.

2. They offer a money-back guarantee.

They offer a 14-day money back guarantee to new clients. You just have to fully explore the system and if you’re not 100% sure that it can give you the results that you want, then it’ll be better to get out as quickly as possible.

3. They have good customer support.

You can just send them a message if you have any concerns or problems and they’ll try to respond as soon as possible.


1. The membership fee is very expensive.

Are you willing to pay $99 monthly to promote the GAZ Pro membership? On top of this, there are even upsells. Why you would you pay $5,000 for an alkaline water filter? There are so many cheap water filters in the market. We have a water filter at home, but the cost is no where near that amount.

2. The system is very vague.

Before you sign up for anything, look at potential red flags. The system is unclear and they’re not very transparent before you sign up.

3. Your coach is driven more by sales.

Personally, I would love to have a coach that has my best interest in mind. While they help you know more about affiliate marketing, your first coaching call will actually be a sales call. They will convince you to enroll in Enagic and purchase the Kangen water filters if you want to earn more. Instead of selling memberships, wouldn’t it be better if you learned the ropes and were provided with strategies to actually be successful in this industry?

Is Global Affiliate Zone worth the investment?

In my opinion, it’s definitely not worth the investment. They promise a lot of things but fail to deliver. Although it might work for some people, I believe that there are so many other products that can give you the results that you want. Taking a risk with Global Affiliate Zone can be quite heavy on the pocket. The fact that they hide important information while selling the product is really something to watch out for. It’s important to be upfront and honest when trying to sell a membership that costs a lot.

At the end of the day, you need to think about what you’re putting yourself into and what you’re joining. Ask yourself a few questions:

  • What’s included in the membership? Can you try it for free?
  • Are there hidden costs? Do you need to buy additional products?
  • What kind of support is provided? Is it easy to get help? Can you contact the owners?

If you want to learn more about affiliate marketing and build your own website for free, let me know and I’m happy to show you how.

I hope you enjoyed reading this Global Affiliate Zone review. If you have any questions or any feedback, please leave them below and I will be more than happy to help.

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4 thoughts on “What Wikipedia Won’t Tell You About Global Affiliate Zone”

  1. Hello Raquel, thanks for providing this helpful review because it has helped me to know exactly what I was about to get myself involved in by joining this GAZ platform. Why on earth would I buy a product for $5000? If I had that kind of money, would I be hustling to join this kind of platform? I doubt that. Thanks so much for this. I don’t think I want to join them again with all of these I have read here.

    1. You’re absolutely welcome, Rodarrick. I just want to make sure you look further into what’s out in the market. It’s so easy to fall for something packaged so well. But if you’re not sure about anything or if you think it’s vague, do more research.

  2. I have heard about GAZ before (just the name), but I never actually looked more into them before. I never thought that water filters would somehow be connected to a MLM scheme, quite shocking,

    I’m so used to reading or hearing about the typical MLM schemes about make money online programs that are just marketing themselves over and over again, that new types of schemes have come up which I never heard about before. It was a very big eye opener for me.


    1. Like you, I also didn’t think water filters could be that expensive. What I do appreciate is that GAZ promotes self-development, but otherwise I think your should think twice about what they’re offering. It’s always good to understand what you’re getting yourself into.

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