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My Mobe Review

Who are they?

Matt Lloyd is the CEO and founder of MOBE and according to him Mobe ‘train’ people to sell high-ticket programs and to make money.

I’m going to share with you my own experience with Mobe.

I was desperate, I had no hope anymore to make money on the vast internet with it’s so-called  endless opportunities, but I pushed on, looking for something…maybe, just maybe something will come my way.

And here comes MOBE. This must be it, I thought to myself and started communicating with them. Yoh! $49 is nothing if I can make thousands and thousands of dollars in a short period of time, so I filled out the form and pay the money to start my journey to financial freedom.

 I was so eager and excited to start my 21step training, I couldn’t wait! But I had to wait , because they will assign me a personal coach who will unlock the steps for me as I progressed. Finally, after two or three days I got my coach and his skype address so I can schedule my first appointment with him and start my training. 

That I did, I scheduled the appointment with him and waited for him, but it was just silence. I contacted their support and after a few days they assigned me another coach from Nigeria and I could finally start my “training”.

I was disappointed because of the delays, but when my new coach contacted me and we spoke on skype, I was excited again. He also promised to send me a book from the main man himself, Matt Lloyd. Which he did and I was the happiest! The book is called Limitless.(For me it was Worthless!)

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And guess what happened next? 

I stumbled on Wealthy Affiliate and in less than a week I’m a Premium Member with lots of my own websites, a ton of training and tools, and a wonderfully helpful community!

After all my searching and bitter disappointments, I thought I wasn’t going to get any legitimate Affiliate Platform to make money on the internet. But, alas, here I am, writing reviews and other content to try and help other people who are in the same situation like I was. All thanks to Wealthy Affiliate, and Kyle and Carson.   

So I started with the 21steps “training” program and as I progressed, the coach advised me to read certain books, which is not a bad thing, but I joined them to train me and guide me how to do Affiliate Marketing, not to read philosophical books.

I was nearing the end of the 21steps and I started talking to the coach, enquiring from him what will happen after I completed the 21steps. That is when I got the shock of my life: I had to pay $2650 to get the Silver and Gold Masterclass “training” and If I don’t pay, I’m stuck, I can do absolutely nothing! He said because no one referred me to them, I couldn’t even promote and sell the basic 21steps for a small commission.

I didn’t know what to do because my hands was tied and I started thinking of ways to get the money for me to go on. I wanted to go on but that was a lot of money to pay for two books and I began to get skeptical. I did more research (which I should have done in the beginning!) and found that their upsells are in the ten thousands of dollars.

The book: Limitless

For me it is really worthless, because there is absolutely no training in it and after talking to my so-called coach, I realised there is no training at all at MOBE, they just supply their affiliates with the necessary landing pages, examples of emails they must send to their audience and whatever pages they need.

My Verdict On MOBE?

Is Mobe A Scam Or…

There’s no transparency in their pricing structure, they just lure you only in the beginning with the starting fee of $49. After that comes the ridiculous upsells which range from $2700 to almost $30 000!

MOBE even sell traffic to it’s affiliates. (For them it’s just about making money, they don’t care about any training for their affiliates).

There is no community to help you. It’s up to you to find a MOBE Facebook group to connect with, and the one is more in the dark than the other.

My verdict on MOBE out of 100: 20 

PS: They refused to refund me my $49

 

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Hey, Nicolaas!
    That was a great article man, a couple of days back I saw an advertisement regarding MOBE and I thought to take the training. But before taking the training I did a bit research on google an landed on your site somehow. Thanks for the insider view of MOBE, it saved me a lot of time and money. You have done a great job by posting this kind of article which helps the people who are going the pay them and getting nothing back.

    your friend,
    Thandava

    1. Hi Thandava
      Thank you for your time to comment on my post. I’m glad I could’ve help you through my article not to join them and save you a lot of money and time. I’m also very glad you found Wealthy Affiliate, which is absolutely the best!

      Thanks again and take care.
      Nicolaas

  2. HI Nicolaas,
    Thanks for making me aware of this product. I had not heard about Matt Lloyd’s MOBE program before. Thanks for being so honest with your review. A score of zero really shocked me, but it is valid because it is a true reflection of your feelings for this program. I really enjoy reading books, but like you said the book “Limitless” lacks any quality information so because of this, I will cross it off my reading list. Thanks for writing this article for me Nicholaas. All the best.

    1. Hi Bec
      Thank you for your comment on this review. Yes that is how I feel about that program and it is my firm believe that I’m helping people by steering them away from that program and rather join Wealthy Affiliate which clearly is the best affiliate platform there is. And if read that book “limitless”, you will realize it’s worthless because it is not quality reading content. Glad I could shed some light on and that ridiculous program. Take care.

  3. Hi Nicolass, thank you for this review. I attended one of MOBE’s recruitment workshops, during which they tried to get me to sign up for their 3-day conference at $499. I didn’t feel comfortable about their program and hence I didn’t sign up eventually. Your review just helped to affirm my decision. Their products are priced very high and I don’t like the fact that they tried to withhold information when I asked about their backend upsell. The thing for me is that I know upsell is part and parcel of the industry. It is okay to have upsell (McDonald’s does it as well) but at least they should be more transparent about the pricing upfront. I am sorry you couldn’t get back your money but thankfully it happened at the front, rather than at the middle where you might have already committed more cash to it.

    1. Hi Jude, thank you for your comment and I’m glad I could be of help to you not to sign up with them. You are right, they are not transparent with their upsells and the pricing structure, that’s how they tricked me in signing up with them. Had I knew their upsells are so ridiculously high priced, I would never have signed up with them. Luckily I lost only $49. I just hope more peolpe will see them for who they really are. Thanks and take care!

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