MWR Financial Reviews: Just Like All the Rest?

By: Brittney

Welcome to my MWR Financial Review. My goal is to help you understand what the program is all about, how much it costs, if it's a good use of your time, your money, and much more! It should be less than 10 minutes start to finish, so let's dive in!


This MWR Financial review has been thoroughly researched with information and testimonials that are available to anyone in the public. Any conclusions drawn by myself are opinions.

The Good Stuff

  • Possible to make some money
  • There are worse MLMs out there

The Bad Stuff

  • These products are hard to sell
  • Sketchy company background
  • Income relies heavily on recruitment

Firstly, Why Am I Writing The Review?

Nice to meet you, my name is Brittney!

My story starts like many do… “slaving away” at a 9-5 job that I didn’t really enjoy, but hey – it paid the bills.

I worked for a large Fortune 500 company that performed background checks for other companies when they wanted to hire a new employee… so you know, not exactly exciting stuff.

For a lot of people, a nice stable job and predictable check coming in every month is the picture of success, but for me, it felt like I was missing out on life.

Clocking in every single day, doing the same tasks over and over again, getting home with barely enough time to make dinner and enjoy some time to myself… only to wake up again the next morning and do it all over again.

I just wanted to enjoy life without being shackled to an unfilling job.

I wanted to be able to take vacations whenever I wanted, for however long I wanted.

I didn’t want to have to beg my boss for a salary increase that barely matched inflation.

I just wanted to be free and happy.

Then about 4 years ago (as a stroke of luck), I stumbled across a program that taught me how to make money online by actually helping real people (local US businesses).

Who Cares About That?

99% of reviewers out there don’t have experience running an actual business. They’re writing about stuff that they have no real experience with.

Why would they do that?

They just want you to click through and buy the program that the review is about!

I have absolutely no relationship with J Rich, so you can rest easy knowing that I’m going to give you my honest opinion.

This review is written based on my own experiences with this business model.

All that being said, let’s jump into things.


Chances are you heard about MWR Financial because someone – a friend or family member – introduced you to the company. Maybe you attended an online workshop or webinar, or maybe an in-person information session.

Your head’s probably spinning. This might be the first time you’ve heard about a real way to make money outside of a typical job.

So first off, congratulations!

You’ve just entered a whole new world…the world of making money on your own terms.

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However, you came in through the wrong door.

Because MWR Financial is – plain and simple – an MLM. Throw whatever fancy name you want on it…multi-level marketing (MLM), network marketing (NWM), direct sales, or anything else, it’s the same concept:

You pay some money upfront for the “opportunity” to sell products.

The products are typically low-quality but with high price tags (because fancy labels and stuff).

You’re told that the key to building your own successful business is selling these products to friends and family, and getting them on a subscription (so you get “monthly recurring revenue”).

Unfortunately, like most people who get taken in by these types of schemes, you’ll quickly discover that the well runs dry faster than you imagined.

After all, they make it sound really simple. “Just get 5 people you know onto this magic widget, and things will just grow from there.”

And in your head, you think “How hard can it be? I know plenty of people, 5 will be easy.”

But then you do it, and you realize people look at you like you’ve joined a cult. You’ve become “that person”, who joined an MLM, and is now trying to sell questionable products or services to everyone they meet.

It puts a strain on your relationships, and you end up stuck between two worlds.

But it’s not your fault. These companies spend millions of dollars each year figuring out exactly how to brainwash and recruit people. And that’s why we’re here.

To help you find a better way before it’s too late.

So, what if there was a way you could build a passive income stream that’s actually passive?

An income stream that doesn’t require:

  • Inventory
  • Selling to friends and family
  • Selling to strangers
  • Recruiting people
  • Dealing with questionable products that weigh on your conscience

An income stream that brings in consistent revenues every single month (from a couple thousand dollars to well over $10,000)?

An income stream you could actually build in your spare time, and grow as large or as small as you want to, without having to spend hours a day chasing, selling, or managing anything?

If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, check out Digital Leasing. 

This is nothing like MLM, and that’s probably a good thing.

However, if you’d still like to know more about MWR Financial, keep reading.


MWR Financial is an MLM program run by Brian House, their official financial director. Essentially, they offer credit repair services to clients, but then also offer benefits of joining MWR financial – namely that you can sell these credit services to family and friends.

But what’s really inside this program? And much does it all cost, anyway?

Let’s dive in and find out.

What Is MWR Financial?

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MWR Financial is an MLM company founded by Brian House and Andamo Tolson (President).

Although it began operations in 2017, the company’s website domain was registered in November 2016.

MWR Financial also claims to offer “the most comprehensive financial package in the marketplace.”

Its founder says its services can aid with credit rehabilitation and tax return optimization.

MWR Financial claims a “proven” method of making sales, as many MLM companies state.

Frankly, there aren’t any great reasons to join MWR Financial as far as I can tell.

Its compensation plan is standard, and its niche-specific product isn’t really noteworthy – although it is better than many shady products out there.

But something did catch my eye…

Brian House appears to be trying to hide the company’s former MLM affiliations.

Let’s take a look into all that.

Is MWR Financial Affiliated With MWR Life?

Is MWR Financial Affiliated With MWR Life

I assumed they were related because both companies have “MWR” in their titles.

MWR Life is another MLM company formed by Jay Tuerk and Yoni Ashurov.

Before MWR Life, it was known as My Warranty Rewards in 2013 and was renamed in 2015.

The MWR Financial website made no mention of Tuerk and Ashurov. Financial also makes no mention of any affiliation with Life.

This wouldn’t have bothered me if two companies named “MWR” weren’t so close together.

To my surprise, Brian stated in one of the MWR Financial assessments that Financial is a “totally distinct entity” from Life.

But he also confessed that Financial Edge was once part of MWR Life’s product line.

But what surprised me is Brian’s claim that he has no present links with Financial and Life.

It’s not illegal to have two MLM enterprises under the same tent, so I’m not sure why Brian wants to remove himself (and MWR Financial) from MWR Life.

But I feel Tuerk and Ashurov are still connected with MWR Financial.

UPDATE: We have located a comment from a corner of the internet from Brian House himself:

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If you look at the MWR Financial and MWR Life website, they are virtually identical, and yet House got into it with a reviewer over several lengthy posts in a comment section.

As Shakespeare once wrote: “the MLM guy doth protest too much”…meaning, it’s weird how defensive he becomes over an obvious link between the companies.

Who Is Brian House?

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Brian is described as a “veteran in the financial solutions industry.”

He wanted to join the Christian ministry and become a youth minister, but somewhere along the way he decided to become an MLM entrepreneur instead.

strange transition, indeed.

Quality Credit Services (QCS, Inc.) was founded in 1991.

He later founded My Financial Advantage, which became Financial Edge, which now seems to be Financial Makeover…or is it MWR PASSport?! M

ore on that confusion later.

Brian has worked with Financial Destination Incorporated (FDI) and Youngevity before MWR Financial.

What’s Inside MWR Financial?

MWR Membership

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This program used to be called Financial Edge – which still seems to be apart of the labelling for some reason. In fact, in their refund policy, they still refer to it as Financial Edge.

There seems to be other programs under the umbrella:

  • MWR Cashback
  • MWR PASSport
  • MWR @Home Opportunity
  • Financial Makeover

For simplicity’s sake, we will refer to the overall membership program as MWR Financial Edge, as is set out in their legal terms.

This membership program is your typical MLM structure – you gain from recruiting people under you, and someone above you gains from recruiting you.

That said, it seems their financial product is actually a reasonable product, as opposed to many pyramid scheme companies…

…but you may still have a very difficult path to sales.

Sales Concerns

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Financial Edge might be a decent product. However, as a Financial Director (MWR Financial distributor), you may have problems selling it.

Most individuals don’t want financial advice from persons who rely on MLM companies to make money.

Would you trust someone like that with your finances?

That may sound harsh, but it is reality.

With MLMs, many “fake it ’til they make it” to seem credible. They put on a successful person’s mask and lie to their prospects.

Because if they don’t, they’ll likely lose money attempting to keep spending money on their Financial Edge subscription.

To make money, are you willing to deceive your loved ones?

You will also face competition from JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America.

These are well-known financial giants that offer similar services to MWR Financial. You have to convince consumers that your offering is superior.


Financial Edge was part of the TelexFree Scandal

Some reports link Financial Edge to TelexFree, a Ponzi scheme that bilked unsuspecting people out of billions of dollars.

This may be the reason the company is using so many new names for their membership program.

Brian aggressively refuted the charge on one MWR Financial review I read online, but the damage has already been done.

If your prospect learns this from a quick internet search, they will doubt MWR Financial and your services.

The MWR Financial Compensation Plan

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Their compensation model was called Instant Pay Raise, but has seemingly been renamed to the MWR Cashflow System

The MWR Life compensation plan is nearly identical, regardless of House’s deflections.

As a Financial Director (FD) for MWR Financial, you will earn money by selling Financial Edge and hiring others.

MWR Financial, like any MLM company, requires you to pay monthly membership and subscription fees to earn commissions – more on that later.

They want you to sell their financial services – like improving credit scores, and consolidating debt – while recruiting more “Financial Directors”…which seems like creating your own competition in any normal industry.

Retail Incentives

Recruiting a Financial Edge customer earns you $40.

Enrolling 3 or more people in a month gets you a free Financial Edge subscription for a month.

You will additionally earn $10/month for every customer you sign up for after the first three.

As long as your individually enrolled customers keep their Financial Edge subscription, you will receive a $40 referral bonus.

This is similar to recurring commissions in affiliate marketing.

You will need 3 points to qualify for commissions or to become a Qualified Financial Director (QFD):

  • 2 Points – Financial Edge monthly subscription
  • 2 Points – Sell a Financial Edge subscription to other people
  • 1 Point – MWR Financial affiliate (Financial Director) monthly fee renewal

Recruitment Incentives

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The earnings you’ll receive as a result of bringing on new employees and expanding a sales team.

Momentum Bonuses

This bonus is based on how many individuals you and your recruits can sign up in 30-90 days.

  • $150 Bonus – Enroll three Qualified Financial Directors (QFDs) in the first 30 days (3 QFDs total).
  • $450 Bonus – Assist your three QFDs in obtaining their own three QFDs during the first 60 days (12 QFDs total).
  • $900 Bonus – Within the first 90 days, you must have three QFDs with three QFDs and three QFCs (39 QFDs total).

Check Match Bonuses

Get a 25% check match bonus on residual revenue produced by QFDs you personally recruited.

This bonus excludes your recruits’ Daily Guaranteed Income.

Other Products:

  • MoneyMAX – Debt management software moneymax gives you “unlimited” access to top-rated CPAs and CFPs without costing you hundreds of dollars each month. Lastly, it offers you access to Taxbot, an app that helps you keep track of all your expenses and uncover ways to lower your tax burden.
  • CreditMAX – Improves your and your spouse’s credit ratings. It will also aid you if you have been a victim of ID theft.
  • EquityMAX – Proprietary software that generates a monthly payment plan for debt relief.
  • WealthMAX – A “real wealth expert” can assist in guaranteeing your and your family’s financial future.
  • Debt Resolution Center is a separate support system that provides financial counseling, advice, and solutions.

MWR Financial Pyramid Scheme?

You might’ve heard a few people mention something about a MWR Financial pyramid scheme, but that’s not technically true.

While MWR Financial does operate under the MLM business model, not all MLM structures fall under what’s called a “pyramid scheme.” I want to be very clear in calling that out because it’s a term that is used way too loosely.

What Does The Internet Have To Say?

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Let’s hear the voice of the people:

I was referred by a lender to MWR Financial to sign up to the CreditMax Service and paid $79.97/mo for credit repair and restoration. Over 5 months there was promised monthly disputes that went out to all the bureaus, yet I only recieved 1 response from Experian, not 12 responses as expected. Customer service played me like a fiddle and told me they would credit my account with 2 months but instead they extended my “end date” by two month solely to keep my money.

When I received a letter from the *** ***** ****, she did the exact opposite of what I wanted to make things right. She hid behind the “small print” and I therefore had to dispute all 5 payments, or $399.85.

I wouldn’t go near these folks with a ten foot pole.”

Not great! Let’s read some more:

They did not do the work I paid them for. Joined Aug 25 to get them to clean up my credit report and as of today Nov. 15 I see no correspondence from any credit bureau that anything has been done on my behalf. Their website said they were sent out, but I’ve gotten no response.

First, they said I didn’t send all the info in, which I reviewed with my rep when I signed up now it takes 60 days for a response while they are charging you $99. per month. Two months in no results. I’ve inquired about a refund after the first month was denied and assured my paperwork was submitted now it’s going on the third month I had to cancel and requested a refund for work not done and was denied. They did not do what was promised and I want a refund for services not rendered.”

Ouch. Okay, one more:

I’ve been with MWR for 5 months now and 1.) their customer service is just not great, it takes weeks for them to return my call or email. 2.) I have asked what’s the status, how come I have not heard back from the credit bureaus neither have received any paperwork through mail as promised FOR MONTHS!

All they have said is they will re-mail out paperwork AGAIN. 3.) 5 months later, I still haven’t received anything back, nothing was ever resolved and now they’re not able to refund my full amount I spent with them over $600 paying for MONTHS! WHATEVER THEY ARE THEY’RE A SCAM PLEASE PASS IT ON! You can do it yourself. THIS IS A FALSE COMPANY AND JUST TAKE YOUR HARDWORKING MONEY FOR NOTHING. PLEASE DO NOT FALL FOR IT!!!!”

Is MWR Financial A Scam?

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So, is MWR Financial a scam?

Not technically. You can make money with this program, but it’s definitely not as easy as the company makes it sound.

There’s a ton of work to be done upfront, no real guarantee of success, and – most importantly – the actual commissions are pretty small.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with front-loading the work and making the money later.

But if you’re grinding it out for 3 months and then your reward is a $50 commission, it’s not really worth it.

What if, instead, you could do that same 3 months of work (in your spare time), and your reward was a $500 to $2,000 payment that came in every single month?

And what if you actually didn’t need to wait 3 months? What if you could get started today and have your first payment in a week?

And what if you could double it next week?

Well, that’s the power of Digital Leasing

And, unlike an MLM, you can legitimately do this from anywhere. It’s a true lifestyle business.

Your laptop and an internet connection is all you need.

Some of the most successful students in this program run their entire 6-figure businesses from:

  • A camper in the middle of the woods
  • A beach chair on the water in Mexico
  • A small villa in Greece

They’re able to travel around, living their lives first, and focusing on their income second.

Because even if they stop working for an extended period of time, the money keeps coming in.

So adventure, memories, and experience are the top priority.

And they never have to worry about how to pay for the next trip, or consider asking for time off.

If this sounds more like the type of life you want to lead, just click here to find out more about Digital Leasing.

Are There Alternatives to MWR Financial?

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Yes, there are plenty of MLM companies to choose from if you want to pursue this business model.  Here are just a few:

What Is My Top Recommendation In Making Money Online In 2024?

Digital Leasing

Our review team has spent months researching, reviewing, and vetting dozens of business models and thousands of programs.

While there may be no “perfect business”, the research IS conclusive:

Digital Leasing is the #1 online business model for those just starting out.

Whether you’ve never made a dollar online, or you’ve been in this space for a while but never really “made it,” Digital Leasing is for you.


1) It’s Flexible: got an hour a day? You can do this. Ready to drop everything else and dive in full time? You can do this. Yes, the more time you put in, the faster you see results. But even with a little time each day, you can move the needle in a Digital Leasing business.

And because this system is so flexible, you don’t have to constantly be working to make more money. It’s called PASSIVE INCOME because if you stop working, the money doesn’t.

Imagine taking 3 months off to just tour around Europe, rent a cabin in the woods to write a book, hike the Appalachian Trail, or live on the beach and surf all day.

This is only possible if you have an income stream that’s not tied to your time.

2) You Own & Control EVERYTHING: With MLMs and Network Marketing, you don’t really own anything. You have no control over the quality of products. You don’t even own your “team”.
Look at the fine print for most of the agreements folks sign when they join one of these companies. At any point, the company can change your commission structure, reduce your profit margins, or kick you out entirely.

With Digital Leasing, you own the assets, which means you have all the power and all the control.

3) Little To No Startup Costs: It’s possible to get into Digital Leasing with zero dollars upfront. Because, using the strategies outlined in this program, you can get a client to pay you BEFORE spending a penny out of your own pocket…even before you do any work.

Even without getting paid in advance, you can have your first Digital Rental Property up, running, and generating profits for less than $100.

4) No Inventory: Alright, so most MLMs don’t make you buy the products and fill your garage with them anymore (unlike the good ol’ days), but you’re still in a physical products business.

And physical products always have physical limitations. Even if you don’t have to manage the inventory, you still have to deal with supply chain shortages that cause major delays.

Imagine finally landing your first customer, and then losing them after one sale because they had to wait 6 weeks to get their order.

With Digital Leasing, a 100% online business, you never even have to think about that risk.

5) Easy To Duplicate: Ok, here’s the best part: once you have your first Digital Rental Property up and running, you can literally DOUBLE your income with a few clicks, a couple keystrokes, and a single phone call (and you don’t actually need the phone call).

Remember: each Digital Rental Property is worth $500 to $2,000 a month in semi-passive income (over 95% profit). Every time you decide to create another one and increase your income, it gets easier.

Because you have more knowledge, more experience, more results, and more momentum.

If you wanted to double your income with an MLM, you’d have to double your customers OR double the average order size of your existing customers. And, guaranteed that’s a lot harder than a few clicks and a few minutes of your life.

6) Make Money Helping Real People: This part is what makes it all worth it. In an MLM, your “upline” might convince you that what you’re selling improves people’s lives, but deep down, you likely know that’s not true.

Most of the time, you’re either selling a dream or a poor-quality, overpriced product with a fancy label.

And that makes it pretty hard to sleep at night.

But with Digital Leasing, you’re actually helping people by solving your clients’ biggest problem:

Small, local businesses need more customers, and with Digital Leasing, you are unleashing a flood of happy, paying customers for these businesses.

You make money by helping them make money.

Not a big, faceless corporation either…a small business owner who’s using that money to put food on the table for their family, start a college fund for their kids, or take care of a sick parent.

Once you see how Digital Leasing makes a real impact in the lives of real people, you’ll sleep like a baby with a big smile on your face.

Now, the choice is yours.

You could continue browsing, looking at opportunities like MWR Financial which could one day make you money.

You could continue researching, never making a decision.

OR, you could take a look inside, consider what you really want, and join a program that makes your dreams a reality. At the same time, joining a community of over 2,000 successful students that are living life on their own terms thanks to Digital Leasing.

A consistent, reliable, semi-passive stream of income that doesn’t depend on you or your time to keep producing profits.

All while genuinely helping real people who are grateful and happy to pay for it.

If this sounds more like what you want out of life (or if you just want some nice side income), click here to learn more about Digital Leasing.

Brittney Here!

I get to travel the world and live life without financial worry thanks to the system below!