My Online Business Empire Review (aka My Online Business Education)
Website url: www.myonlinebusinessempire.com
Owner: Matt Lloyd
Hey guys! Today I will be doing a review on the program called MOBE, so you can decide for yourself whether or not it is a program you should invest in.
Update: As of June 14, 2018 MOBE was investigated by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission)! They have concluded their investigation, and have determined that MOBE is a SCAM!
What is MOBE?
Lately I have been seeing MOBE a lot more often and it makes me feel sorry for the people that might be joining it. Recently I have seen programs like My Millionaire Mentor and The Laptop Lifestyle System, and they are just other ways to get people into the 21 step system (aka MTTB and MOBE). They promote with these phony videos that lie to you and get your hopes up!
I am going to explore exactly what this system involves, what Matt Lloyd and the team over at MOBE are offering to their members, and how they are tricking people into spending $10,000’s! I personally fell victim to this! If you are looking to scam people out of money for your own profit, while you spend a ton of money yourself, then maybe you would like MOBE.
Pros and Cons of My Online Business Empire
- Some OK training
- High commissions (if money is your only focus, not helping people)
- Too many unnecessary “upsells” and “downsells” within the system
- Poor customer support and a low level “community”
- Feels like you are buying products just so you can sell them
- Products are overpriced
- The system is built off of big name gurus with big lists
- There is little focus on creating an actual business
- It is a COMPLETE SCAM!
How Does My Online Business Empire Work?
Not what you think. This program, like many of the MLM (Multi-Level-Marketing) schemes that are popping up, is all about you “buying in” (spending money on the $1,000’s of products) so that you have the opportunity to promote the very same product to others. If it sounds like a SCHEME, it’s because it is.
A scam. Yes!! And an all too common one that is taking place these days on the Internet. The initial $49 price point is very deceiving, and upsetting. You have bought into the program but you haven’t gotten anything.
How Much Does MOBE Cost – The REAL Price and Upsell Insanity!
Here is a list of the products that you are REQUIRED to buy if you want to get anywhere in this program. I know these are not promoted on the outside of the program because if they were, nobody would join. Don’t be fooled by the initial entrance price, that is just where the money starts flowing out of your pocket and into someone elses.
$1997 MOBE License Rights (Full Program)
If you are interested in joining Matt’s partnership you are going to be asked to pay the ridiculous sum of $1997 (can be divided into 4 payments of $597). This is a full license to My Online Business Empire, which essentially gives you the rights to promote this same garbage to others. This does included some training:
- MOBE Licensee Course
- My Online Business Empire (8 hours)
- Funded Proposal (17 hours of training)
- Affiliate Bonus (11 hours of training)
- OPT formula (14 hours of training)
- $97 per month – Inner Circle Membership
- $97 per month – MOBE Elit Earners
- $97 per month – Done For You Emails
- $194 – My Email Marketing Empire
- $194 – OPT Formula (Outsourcing Formula)
- $291 – Affiliate Bonus Domination
- $194 – Funded Proposal
- $9.95 – IM Revolution Handbook
- $1997 – 10,000 Leads in 100 Days
- $997 – Online Income Revolution194-+194+
- $997 – The 90 Day Challenge
- $997 – Six Figure Coaching Secrets
- $997 – Add the Nitrous
- $4,997 – Diamond Coaching Program ($1,200 commission)
- $8,997 – Titanium Mastermind
You are also expected to travel to and attend conferences/meetings, which can easily lead to $1,000’s more wasted.
And what are you promoting? The EXACT same products you just bought.
How is The MOBE Support – Can You Get Support From Matt?
Instead of MOBE having a community of help within their back office, you will find everyone hanging out on Facebook within their group. When a company hasn’t even invested the time and energy to build their own support channels, it isn’t a good system. They are just on a free social network where all of your friends and family can see your online activities.
When you invest a considerable amount of money, you would expect the company to provide you with a service that goes beyond some “thrown together” Facebook group. I guess this is what we have come to expect in an industry overflowing with scams.
You have most likely come to this page because someone is promoting MOBE to you. That is only because they get commissions (typically 50-90%) if you end up joining this program. Rather than actually selling you training, they are selling you into a system that requires you to promote it to others to recoup your costs.
I don’t want this to happen to you like it happened to me. You are better than this and you are likely here because you have someone trying to shove the $49 price point down your throat. In reality, this is going to lead to much more, and once you get deep in the system you become one of “them.” You will be required to promote this scheme to others, and at the end of the day, it is based on nothing.
If you have any questions or have had experience with MOBE, please leave a comment below!