Real Life James Bond

Is Andrew Tate a Real Life James Bond or a Fraudster?

Andrew Tate has been getting some immense popularity over the last couple of years, especially in regards to getting girls, making money, and living the luxury lifestyle.

I was skeptical about the life he lives and also thought maybe this man is not the person who he makes himself out to be.

I mean, anyone can be whoever they want online.

It’s all about perspective. There’s a lot of fakers online, especially when it comes to gurus teaching others how to make money online.

So today I want to talk about this man called Andrew Tate, AKA Mr Plenty.

Why am I qualified to write this article?

Before we get started, let me start off with saying that I have been following Andrew Tate for about 9 months and have even purchased one of his courses.

So I definitely know a thing or two about Andrew and I’m not basing my opinion off of other peoples articles.

This is all my own experience and my own personal opinion.

Who is Andrew Tate?

Born: 14 December 1986
Height: 1.90 m or 6’3″
Weight: 94 kgs or 205 lbs
Other names: King Cobra, Cobratate, Mr Plenty, Top G, Mr Producer, Trigger Don
Siblings: Tristan Tate (Brother) Janine Tate (Sister)

Andrew Tate is a 4x world champion British-American kickboxer.

He was born in the USA but grew up in England where he fought during his career until retirement.

Andrew Tate has lived a life most of us can only dream of and now he teaches others how to live a similar lifestyle.

He calls himself a real life James Bond and the closest thing to James Bond as you can get.

Andrew recently purchased an Aston Martin DBS, and might I add that it’s a hell of a fine car.

Andrew Tate's Aston Marton DBS

Tate has about 20+ other supercars which is a mighty fine accomplishment. I don’t even have one.

Andrew Tate also has a variety of courses on his website related to dating, making money, business, networking, and much more.

I purchased his course Hustlers University 2.0 and found it to be better than expected.

After making a few hundred dollars after a couple of days I was surprised that it worked as intended and none of it was a lie.

I’m an internet marketer myself and I review schemes to see if they’re legit or not, so I was surprised that HU 2.0 was the real deal.

But more on the business side later, lets talk more about Andrew Tate.

Where is Andrew Tate From and Where Does He Live?

As mentioned above, Andrew Tate was born in America but grew up in England, which is why he has the mixed accent.

About 6 years ago (according to an interview he was in), he ran into some legal trouble regarding a girl who accused him of assaulting her, which has then be found to be nothing but false claims and not guilty.

Since then he picked up his webcam business, all his girls and went to stay in Romania with some friends where he has lived ever since.

Now he owns multiple businesses, a casino, real estate, and a mansion that houses his 20+ supercars.

How Did Andrew Tate Make All His Money?

Andrew Tate Lambo

Andrew Tate is a 4x world kickboxing champion, so that’s where his first big money came from.

But he felt that it was not enough. It’s kickboxing after all, the pay is not as good as boxing.

So after he retired he ventured into business so he could expand his empire.

His second idea was a webcam business where he pimped out girls.

He had 10+ girls living with him and his brother in the same house at one point, and eventually expanded to 75 girls.

Of course not all of these women were living with them.

After the legal trouble with one of the girls, that’s when they decided to move to Romania and continue their webcam business but without the heartache of 70+ women.

They cut their business down to 8 girls, 4 each for him and his brother.

From there he started investing in crypto currency, coaching, chess lessons, dating, networking, and more.

This was the beginning of his online courses and The War Room.

The War Room Rundown

The War Room is one of Andrew Tates biggest creations.

I done a full review on it, but basically it revolves around a bunch of rich dudes that teach other people how to become better versions of themselves, to avoid the “inevitable slavery” that’s going to happen to society.

And I will have to agree with him, as crazy as it sounds nothing surprises me in this world anymore, especially after 2020 and 2021.

No one knows what’s going to happen, so the best thing we can do now is prepare for the worse.

And that means getting rich and building a network of powerful people, which is exactly what The War Room is all about.

You can read my full review here.

It does cost an arm and a leg, but as all millionaires will agree, you need to invest in yourself first before investing in anything else.

You’ll Either Love Him or Hate Him

Andrew Tate has a lot of haters but he also has a lot of fans.

That’s because he doesn’t care what anyone thinks and says what’s on his mind.

This has lead to multiple bans across many social networks. So he has to keep creating new ones.

The thing about Andrew is that he doesn’t rely on anyone or anything.



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He is an entrepreneur and doesn’t represent any company, person or organization, so he simply doesn’t have to tone anything down out of respect for the company/companies he works for.

This is the type of freedom that everyone should strive for, the ability to speak what’s on your mind without fear of being cancelled.

I look up to Andrew because of his IDGAF attitude and his world views.

He’s been around the world (72 countries) and done more than what most people will do in 1000 years.

Personally I like him and think he’s a great guy with good intentions.

He really does want to help people get better in all corners of their lives, whether it be making money, dating, getting better friends, and living an all-round better life.

How Does Andrew Tate Make Money Now?

Nowadays Andrew owns multiple businesses, both in the online and offline world, invests in cryptocurrency, real estate, and even owns a casino.

I don’t how much money he makes from each hustle, but I know that Hustlers University is definitely one of his big money-makers.

If it wasn’t, he wouldn’t be promoting it like crazy.

The cost is $49 per month and I know for a fact that he has thousands of active subscribers, resulting in at least $150,000 per month, possibly more, JUST from HU 2.0 alone.

This man is a marketing genius.

He knows how to make money, how to get attention, how to live a life most people can only dream of, how to network with powerful people, how to date some of the hottest girls in the world, how to date multiple girls at once, how to beat people up, there really isn’t anything Andrew Tate cannot do.

How Much is Andrew Tate Worth?

Most websites say that he’s worth around $6 – $10 million but I believe it’s way more than that, possibly $20 million plus.

Those websites that estimate his net worth are only opinions and most of them don’t know him from a bar of soap.

They search him up and quickly see that he’s a 4x world kick boxing champion and base his net worth on that, when in reality he retired years ago and makes money from other things.

You have to remember that Andrew owns over 20 supercars, casinos, all kinds of real estate, many businesses, and more.

If you watch his vlogs and IG stories you will quickly see how much money he spends daily.

Some days he’ll spend $30,000 on alcohol alone in one night and buy a new super car almost every month.

This man is loaded and making far more money than any of us realizes.

How Did Andrew Tate Become So Popular?

I personally think if you like him and his world views, you will follow him.

On the other hand, if you come across one of his tweets or videos and despise him, you’ll still watch his content to see what other “garbage” he talks about.

Then you’ll probably tweet or make a video about him, which gives him even more attention.

So no matter if you like him or hate him, you’ll probably give him attention anyway and more recognition.

Is Andrew Tate a Scam or the Real Deal?


I’m going to give it to you straight.

If this man has something to hide, is scamming people, lying, or breaking the law, there’s no way that he would be screaming his away across the internet like he does, bringing as much attention to himself as possible.

The real crooks are the ones that hide in the shadows, the ones you don’t hear about.

Those are the ones that have something to hide.

But Andrew Tate is the complete opposite, being loud and proud, creating opinions that spark attention whether it be bad or good he doesn’t care.

He definitely has a lot of knowledge and value to share with the world, and I think he’s doing a great job building up low value guys.

He’s not hurting anyone (maybe their feelings), he’s not inciting violence, he’s not scamming people, he’s simply being an inspiration for thousands of people across the world.

And for that reason I can’t help but like him.

I might not agree with some of the things but for the most part I do, which is why I love watching his content and learning more about the world.

Andrew Tate is the real deal, he’s not a scammer or fraudster, and he actually has good intentions for people.

That’s not something I can say about most other “internet marketing gurus”.

My Final Opinion

Most people won’t like him, but a lot of people will.

Andrew and his brother are smart men and will continue to dominate the manosphere for a long time.

Personally I think they’re only getting started in their message and their followers will continue to grow.

If you’re thinking about buying Andrew Tate’s courses, just know that most of them are expensive (a few hundred dollars at least).

However, they are full of valuable information and you will learn a lot.

Invest in yourself first like buying a course from someone in the top 0.01% of men, and you will learn far quicker than Google searching.

The course I recommend is Hustlers University 2.0 because it’s the cheapest course and you can make a lot of money.

Thanks for reading this article about Andrew Tate.