The Real World by Andrew Tate Review

When people say they’ve joined “The Real World” it usually means they have left behind a more sheltered environment, such as a house share or school/university and are facing the challenges of living independently. They may have to pay bills, cook meals, and clean their own homes, among other things. For many young adults, this is the first time they have faced these responsibilities, which often leads to financial stress and low self-esteem.

Beyond the Surface: Andrew Tate’s Reflections in “The Real World

A new online educational platform created by influencer Andrew Tate promises to teach young adults how to make money. The Real World by Andrew Tate (TRW) is an all-in-one learning platform with a wealth of tutorials and expert mentors who are all experienced millionaires themselves. They are known as professors and are handpicked by Tate himself for their expertise. The program teaches students how to set up and grow their own businesses, including e-commerce, monetization strategies, social media, marketing, e-mail list building, and more.

Critics like Nathan Pope, a 34-year-old Australian man who has campaigned for tech giants to stop hosting Tate content, have called out The Real World as an affiliate marketing programme that has the hallmarks of a pyramid scheme, where users only stand to gain value from the course by attracting other members to it.

One of the most controversial parts of the program is how it encourages its students to create fake TikTok accounts and post videos of Tate, who they call their ‘instructor’ or ‘guru’, praising the course and asking viewers to join. This practice has been banned by TikTok and YouTube, but dozens of these videos continue to circulate on social media.

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