Direct Mail Pro Review – Legit Peter Wolfing Business or Huge Scam?

Welcome to my Direct Mail Pro Review!

Peter Wolfing launched his latest creation and I decided to take a look to see what it’s all about.

Chances are someone approached you about the business opportunity and you landed here to make sure it’s legit.

The good news is I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.

Make sure you pay close attention and read this to the end…


Direct Mail Pro Review – The Company

Direct Mail Pro Review

Direct Mail Pro doesn’t have any information on who runs or owns the company.

The Direct Mail Pro website domain “” was first registered in 2007 and later updated privately on August 1st, 2019.

In the past, Peter Wolfing was the admin of Turbo Cycler back in 2012. [1]

Other companies he launched were Turbo Cycler, Ultimate Cycler, Business Toolbox, Infinity 100, National Wealth Center, and Pay Me Forward.

In 2017, he launched Ueconomy and in 2018 he launched Hand of Heaven.

Direct Mail Pro Reviews – The Products

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Direct Mail Pro has marketing tools and “other cool stuff”, but can’t be sold as a stand alone and you must become an affiliate.

In other words, there are no retail products or services.

Direct Mail Pro Compensation Plan

Direct Mail Pro members must purchase into five tiers of the compensation plan in order to get paid on them

  • Kickstarter – $250
  • Amateur – $500
  • Elite – $1000
  • Pro – $2500
  • VIP – $5000

This way when you sponsor people and buy in these packages, you earn a commission.

You can earn a 40% commission up to the tier you personally own.

Now if you don’t own that tier, the difference is paid to your upline or the next qualifying member that owns that tier.

If you buy the VIP at $5000, you can earn on ALL of the tiers.

There is a 20% commission on your level 2.

Cost To Join Direct Mail Pro

Direct Mail Pro membership will run you anywhere between $250 to $5000.

  • Kickstarter – $250
  • Amateur – $500
  • Elite – $1000
  • Pro – $2500
  • VIP – $5000

Only mail difference is the services bundled with each package and the income potential in the compensation plan.

Kind of reminds me of Easy 1 Up.

Direct Mail Pro Peter Wolfing

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Final Verdict

So does the Direct Mail Pro scam exist?

Well to be honest, it’s a cool opportunity, but according to the FTC’s eyes, this would be considered a pyramid scheme. [2]

I am not the party pooper here lol…

FTC hates these types of opportunities and if they found out would shut this down in a second.

This whole buying in to earn more no longer flies anymore.

Pay to play is now a scam.

To make this company completely legit, they need retail products/services and should be free to promote.

However, that’s not the case here and I can’t recommend it to my readers…

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my Direct Mail Pro review and if you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments below and I will answer them.

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