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Transcendence Media 11th December 2013 10:43 AM

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Anyone have a website with these guys I can look at?

marketforus1 12th December 2013 12:47 PM

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I thought they had a phone sales team to close all the sales and also a lead system? Sounds good to me, anyone having results?

devilmaylive 1st January 2014 09:58 AM

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I am using the Matt Llyod MOBE and yes. there are results everyday. We have a fb group that we use to help each other or show our results. I have not seen any complains so far and all is doing well in the group

pamon 5th January 2014 03:31 AM

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their latest links are pointing people to a page to pay and it's not even a secure page. would stay away from this at all costs.

IM Leauge 6th January 2014 11:52 AM

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Sorry I haven't heard of this MOBE before until today

markinoz 15th January 2014 06:24 PM

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Does anyone else find it interesting that Matt Lloyd said on February 21st 2013

"If you have anymore... the best way to reach me may be in my FB groups, because I only check the Warrior Forum every week or so..."

but he has not bothered to post a reply to the scathing comments?

skibbz 20th January 2014 05:25 PM

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If you sign up at the $49 level can you earn commission if you make a $49 sale? also do you have to upgrade to the $1997 to qualify for the commission at the $1997 level?

I am hearing that you cant earn any commission at all at the $49 level you must upgrade first before being eligible, is this the case?

wdesign519 21st January 2014 10:27 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by fillipomadella (Post 7726978)
Hi Josh.

I will try to awnser your questions (I am from Brazil, so I will strive to write my best in english):

1) If you join Matt's partnership, you will pay US$1997,00 dollars (or 4x of 597,00) to full license of MOBE (My Online Business Empire) to sell his products and program to others. Obviously, it also includes all training courses like:

MOBE Licensee course ==> Will teach you, step-by-step how to sell the MOBE program (even if you just started in the internet, like me).

My Online Marketing Empire - 8 hours => teaches you about e-mail marketing, which can be applied to any other affiliate product.

Funded Proposal - 17 hours - on how to build your sales funnel for MOBE or for your own products

Affiliate Bonus - 11 hours - About affiliate marketing, and affiliate marketing sucessful strategies

OPT Formula - 14 hours - About Outsourcing, what, how, when and where to outsource your work.

As you see, the sum of this equals more than 60 hours of video courses.

Besides that you are allowed (own the License) to promote and sell his full promgram to others.

Currently there are seven distinct products that you can earn 90% commissions on and one at 50%.

$1997 MOBE License Rights (Full Program)
$2400 10,000 Leads in 100 Days (50% commission)
$97 per month Inner Circle Membership
$194 – My Email Marketing Empire
$194 – OPT Formula (Outsourcing Formula)
$291 - Affiliate Bonus Domination
$194 - Funded Proposal
$9.95 – IM Revolution Handbook

What you need to do:
- Drive traffic to any product squeeze pages. After that, once any person optins in, your affiliate tracking id will be linked to that lead and to your MOBE account. Any person who buys any product, you get commissioned.

How his staff converts the sales:
- He has e-mail follow ups, webinars, videos and a team who calls the person helping them with their doubts, offering the products and closing the deals.

Investment before ROI:
Well, this is kind of an abstract answer, in my humble opinion. It depends. If you already have a IM target list of prospects or a blog with targeted traffic you will sell very quick with low investment. If you are like me, which started in the internet 3 months ago (and already made 2 sales = 3,000 in comission) I spent 500 dollars in solo ads to achive that, so that is 1500 of profit, so I almost paid already my investment on the program. It still a vey low investment. But some people spend more or buy some co-reg partnership systems with Matt, or spend more on Facebook ads etc. Well, it is up to you.... You just need to apply all the Internet Marketing strategies to drive traffic and promote the offers.

Matt Lloyd also gives 3 free coaching calls sessions with his team for new Licensees, I still have one left.

What kind work succesfull partners are doing: Solo ads, Building lists of prospects and maintaining good relatioships with their lists (giving good content and offering MOBE), Facebook ads, buying Media (banners - something I did no experiment yet). They are also doing ADswaps, some bonus strategies and etc.

2) Why Matt need us? Well, actually he does not need us to sell his individual training courses. He actually do the ads on his own (or hire a philipino), like any other marketer that had built a info training product like him.

So, he just created a different business model in order to have a high ticket program and to give a license to sell his products as well. So he charges that high value to Licensees and give them all the sales funnel and technological support and pay them a hich ticket value in commission also. This high commissions, makes everyone motivated and encourages people to join. In the end, the courses you receive are already 1,997 dollars worth, so to receive all that courses and still have a whole sales funnel set for you, is something very amazing and professional, I think.

And, if you think, the same investment you will pay to promote a 25 dollar product, is to promote to a 2,000 dollar product. You just need to target the right audience. So that is Matt Lloyds business model - he packaged a high ticket program and pays high commissions to "partner or affiliates";

MOBE Group in Facebook is: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mobecommunity/

Matt Lloyd is very reachable there, you may have the chance to ask all the question you want there as well.

About the problem our fellow "sjwarwick" had above, well, I respect that, and hope he solves it. But, sincerely, until now, I did not have any problem at all. All the payment process, sales page and all my backoffice support questions are answered and I did not have any technical or business related issues. And all the support staff are also reachable in the Facebook when I need faster answers.

Do you have any other questions?

Hi fillipomadella, Im also a newbie to IM and have researched alot and found this model to be very interesting, but havent joined due to lack of funds....and I havent even heard of the ca.2000 $ that you mentioned. I found out about this thru a John Chow video where he promotes this as his highest income source (even more than his blog!) All I have heard about is 49$ for filling out a form to see if youre accepted or not. What happens after that please? I wrote to support from John directly and asked if for this amount Im able to offer all products for sale or do I have to buy them myself first (like Empower Network) They said :
Hi William,
With the $49 MTTB level, you can earn 50% on all front end products. You can reinvest your profit towards getting a license, which will increase the commission to 90% on the front end products and give you 50% commission the back end products. Unlike Empower, you do not need to own the product in order make commissions on them.

So now my question is ...is MOBE and MTTB the same platform under a different name owned by Matt or is this 2 completely seperated programs with MOBE costing $2000, to get in and MTTB entrance fee $49? Sorry if its a dumb question, but Im really new here and been burnt too many times to count on hyped useless e-books, apps that dont do what they promise in the sales page etc. (you all know what I mean)... Im trying my best to cut thru the hype and finally find something that a beginner can do to support my family and not have to sell my kidney to pay for the startup. Thanks for your time and info. Will

DubDubDubDot 22nd January 2014 07:30 AM

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FYI: You should NEVER pay a fee for the right to promote something online. It sounds like in this case you pay for a higher commission, but I'll put that in the same category. Huge red flag.

warwatsitgud4abslutlynutn 8th February 2014 11:43 PM

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Thank you for the information..( fillipomadella ) ..... I am doing some reading and researching, your information has helped me allot.

manolo2 9th February 2014 06:19 PM

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just joining it to promote now so would apreciate chat with any members

theprofitjam 10th February 2014 12:54 PM

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Hey,
I have done a good research on MOBE and John Chow.
You can read the end of my article and I think you are right about $2K investment.
Email marketing strategy of John Chow: Revealed! - The Profit Jam
People who have joined are not speaking about it because they have to sign a non-disclosure agreement before paying it.

luboff 2nd March 2014 04:44 AM

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Thank God for Warrior Forum!!!

CaptnJack 2nd March 2014 10:20 AM

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{OPT Formula - 14 hours - About Outsourcing, what, how, when and where to outsource your work.}

In case you've not figured it out yet, YOU are his outsource. Except he's not paying you- YOU are paying him.

Malteaser 6th March 2014 10:04 AM

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With any internet marketing product or internet marketer (in this case MTTB and Matt Lloyd) someone will say that it is doesn't work and is a waste of your time. I must point out before I move forward that Matt has created a done for you marketing system that will get people results if they follow it, but the reality is that most so called marketers won’t even follow the program before they see results, in this case the 21 steps. When going through the 21 steps there will always be a mentor there to guide you and make sure you understand... on TOP of that you will have a traffic coach who will show you how to generate leads etc. Furthermore, you will have a sales partner in the back end closing any sales with people who opt in through your page which makes it even easier for you to make a commission.... can anyone name a system as genius as this?

Unfortunately people are not willing to put in the hard work and expect to pay for systems that spit out money through a computer, yet the reality is that like a physical business you need to invest money to make BIG money and you need to bust your ass to see the money pour in your bank account!

Another sad reality is that people are unfortunate enough to sign up under a mentor who is only after their money and who is not willing to show them how s/he made the results in order to make a number of sales in a given month! it is important to have a mentor who is willing to share traffic generation methods and who will show you how to build long lasting relationships with people which will result in LONG TERM success in this wealthy industry.

Looks like different people have different views about MOBE so I decided that as a newbie in this program and I strongly believe this will bring success and wealth to my future, I have created a Facebook group in which people can request to join and follow my success with MTTB/MOBE. As a newbie I will be following in the footsteps of a successful online marketer and follow his traffic generation methods in order to be successful; my results will be posted in the group and you can see for yourself whether it is worth joining the system or not! If you are happy with my results you can then choose to get in touch with me and together we can work to have you duplicate my results. I only ask that you give me 90 days from the day of posting this in order to see results! I do not aim at posting affiliate links or cause any hype. The reason I am doing this is because I want people to see a real person produce results without having to pay a dime and not have a face behind a pen ;)

To follow me please click here and send me a request to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/chiaramobe/

luboff 6th March 2014 01:37 PM

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Your success and wealth at what cost to dozens of other poor sods?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Malteaser (Post 9009414)
With any internet marketing product or internet marketer (in this case MTTB and Matt Lloyd) someone will say that it is doesn't work and is a waste of your time. I must point out before I move forward that Matt has created a done for you marketing system that will get people results if they follow it, but the reality is that most so called marketers won’t even follow the program before they see results, in this case the 21 steps. When going through the 21 steps there will always be a mentor there to guide you and make sure you understand... on TOP of that you will have a traffic coach who will show you how to generate leads etc. Furthermore, you will have a sales partner in the back end closing any sales with people who opt in through your page which makes it even easier for you to make a commission.... can anyone name a system as genius as this?

Unfortunately people are not willing to put in the hard work and expect to pay for systems that spit out money through a computer, yet the reality is that like a physical business you need to invest money to make BIG money and you need to bust your ass to see the money pour in your bank account!

Another sad reality is that people are unfortunate enough to sign up under a mentor who is only after their money and who is not willing to show them how s/he made the results in order to make a number of sales in a given month! it is important to have a mentor who is willing to share traffic generation methods and who will show you how to build long lasting relationships with people which will result in LONG TERM success in this wealthy industry.

Looks like different people have different views about MOBE so I decided that as a newbie in this program and I strongly believe this will bring success and wealth to my future, I have created a Facebook group in which people can request to join and follow my success with MTTB/MOBE. As a newbie I will be following in the footsteps of a successful online marketer and follow his traffic generation methods in order to be successful; my results will be posted in the group and you can see for yourself whether it is worth joining the system or not! If you are happy with my results you can then choose to get in touch with me and together we can work to have you duplicate my results. I only ask that you give me 90 days from the day of posting this in order to see results! I do not aim at posting affiliate links or cause any hype. The reason I am doing this is because I want people to see a real person produce results without having to pay a dime and not have a face behind a pen ;)

To follow me please click here and send me a request to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/chiaramobe/


Wayne Gosse 6th March 2014 05:41 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by gromine (Post 8187046)
This looks like (there's a sucker born every minute) marketing. You need to check your morals at the door if you wish to proceede with this method. Similar to MLM whereby the hustle is all about finding other suckers to follow you through the door.

Hi, This IS MLM or the new buzz word "Network Marketing." Marketing is not for everyone but you need not trash the hard working Marketers out there (I'm assuming your one of them) who are trying real hard to make some money at this. Are you saying your a "Sucker" too?

Wayne Gosse 6th March 2014 05:43 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by luboff (Post 9009957)
Your success and wealth at what cost to dozens of other poor sods?

I was told to come to this forum because this was the # 1 site for Internet Marketing opinions and advice. Although I have seen some good stuff on here I'm reading a lot of just plain negativity and trash talk with no intelligence behind it. Why do people just naturally like to slag and trash things? Is it because they are very unsuccessful in their own lives. The forum moderators state "What we are looking for in this forum are 'honest', intelligent reviews." This is an "Internet Marketing" forum and your trashing "Internet Marketers." ?? Do you know what MLM is? Do you know anything about advertising and sales? I'm a newbie and wouldn't make some of these comments. Come on guys, raise the bar, you can do much better.

Wayne

Wayne Gosse 6th March 2014 05:57 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by alvinchua91 (Post 8217876)
I don't know about you people, but from the way some of the posters described, it certainly sounds like a pyramid (where there is no real product sold, only membership fees). MLM is legitimate if it's used to sell tangible, or even information products.

Do you know the difference between MLM or Network Marketing and a Pyramid scheme? First of all, MLM is legal and a Pyramid scheme is illegal.

To help you out, and make you more informed, here is the difference between the two:

MLM

What is it?: Marketing Strategy
Setup: Commission is paid to distributors at multiple levels when product is sold.
Promised compensation: Enrollees are asked to pay money upfront in order to enroll. Participants in a MLM scheme make money from enrollment fees AND by selling products.
Legitimacy: Legal
Product: MLM is usually used as a channel for selling tangible products or services.

Pyramid Scheme

What is it?: Fraudulent scheme
Setup: No real product is sold.
Promised compensation: Enrollees are asked to pay money upfront in order to enroll. Participants in a pyramid scheme make money primarily from enrollment fees rather than by selling products.
Legitimacy: Illegal
Product: There is no product except a fake investment

Have a great day!

Wayne

InfoBuzz13 8th March 2014 01:40 PM

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Hi All,
Thank you very much for all this information, as I was ready to sign. It will be really good to hear from someone about really good programme which will truly help you to make some money.

kchetcuti 12th March 2014 06:22 AM

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MOBE sales funnels are converting well for me. I am using this service called FundMobe (fundmobe.com). You don't pay a penny until you earn 1k in commissions. This way you don't fully commit until you test it out.

maidle1 17th March 2014 09:26 PM

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Yes I am a member
M
all that was written Fillilipo_Andrey is correct. Matt Lloyd is the real Mcoy.
Yes it costs $2k for upgrading , But it is as a franchise business you cannot be a member of Any of those francheised buiness with some outlay You certainly get your moneys worth back here.
Testomonials show the success stories .i have not made any money yet as i have a bad Internet provider , but i have lots of people looking and opting in.Best out there in my opinion.!

smak 18th March 2014 01:48 PM

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Looked into this few months ago but lost interest instantly when they asked you to pay up $2k I think just after step 3.

marketingtrendz 19th March 2014 10:03 AM

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How's it working out for you?...have you earned any commissions as of yet?

CashGiftingExpert 19th March 2014 11:50 AM

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You cannot get more transparent and more legit than Matt Lloyd and his company.

Do your homework and research him and his opportunity to fully understand how it works and the countless members making big money with MOBE.

One of his top earners is John Chow. If you don't know who that is, then google him. He is known in the IM world.

wendymay1 1st April 2014 06:26 AM

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You know, I cant help laughing about how all you so called Entrepreneurs are blabbing about whos right and whos wrong. Im laughing in my seat. This is the best comedy information Ive heard about anyones product (Mobe). Lets face it, we are all suckers of punishment. Whos right and whos wrong. We sucked into many things dont we. Lets have a great laugh and enjoy the journey of been sucked in hahahahahahaha.

SmartOnlineIncomes 1st April 2014 06:59 AM

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The capital that you will be using to get started in this will be used to build many sites that can also generates you more income.

lucianking 6th April 2014 07:41 AM

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It's a good all fashioned mlm scheme

Robert02011 7th April 2014 05:56 AM

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I will stick with James Frances who offers a product with videos for a fraction of the price
called six figure shortcut and after going through the course i can highly recommend it.

agmccall 10th April 2014 10:45 AM

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Did you even read this thread before posting

darbok 10th April 2014 10:52 AM

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I think mobe can make people money, but you have to be able to make that initial big investment. I have invested at the 10 dollar level, but that doesn't really add much for you. I read the 10 dollar level item and its no so much instructional as it's about pushing one to upgrade to high levels. I will say the videos one gets access to watch are pretty instructional.. theres like 21 videos I got access to watch.. So that alone was worth the 10 bucks.. I'm just too poor to put more into it.

InfoBuzz13 19th April 2014 05:33 AM

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Hi I bought the pack from them which said follow 21 steps before you decide and once I reached step 8 the mentor said if you are not sure you will buy the full system then I can't let you go any further as it will waste his time. I try to explain that I have paid for 21 steps but he did not let me go any further. I am glad that I did not sign for monthly payments.

sb 22nd April 2014 02:04 PM

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I don't know how he got my email address, but the slime ball spams the crap out of me.

There are a few Warrior dirt-bags who think they're above it all and spam you whether you unsubscribe or not. They think they're slick. Yep, slick as slime and I look forward to meeting them in person at an event one day to have a "friendly chat"... or whatever. :)

Mikaedi 22nd April 2014 05:45 PM

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Just to put Matt Lloyde's scam into it's proper perspective..

PONZI SCHEME ALERT

You join this scam and purchase total of $23,855,95
Monthly payments are $310.00 in fees.

Those that buy into this scam, all they are doing is repeating the scam of fleecing folk of their hard earned money..Stay away.

Mikaedi

JimBuzz 22nd April 2014 06:25 PM

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Not to be picky, but legal MLM or Network Marketing only pays out on product purchases only, not enrollment fees.

You will hear people say 'to make real money in MLM, you must recruit a big team' that's not correct - if you recruit a big team and each of them only pay an enrollment fee, no one makes money, only the company, (and not much), commissions are only paid out on product purchased by members for personal use and resale.

I've worked in compliance for two MLM's and just wanted to share this.



Quote:

Originally Posted by Wayne Gosse (Post 9010492)
Do you know the difference between MLM or Network Marketing and a Pyramid scheme? First of all, MLM is legal and a Pyramid scheme is illegal.

To help you out, and make you more informed, here is the difference between the two:

MLM

What is it?: Marketing Strategy
Setup: Commission is paid to distributors at multiple levels when product is sold.
Promised compensation: Enrollees are asked to pay money upfront in order to enroll. Participants in a MLM scheme make money from enrollment fees AND by selling products.
Legitimacy: Legal
Product: MLM is usually used as a channel for selling tangible products or services.

Pyramid Scheme

What is it?: Fraudulent scheme
Setup: No real product is sold.
Promised compensation: Enrollees are asked to pay money upfront in order to enroll. Participants in a pyramid scheme make money primarily from enrollment fees rather than by selling products.
Legitimacy: Illegal
Product: There is no product except a fake investment

Have a great day!

Wayne


cashmonk 23rd April 2014 09:22 PM

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I think I want to go all in on MOBE/MTTB... maybe. But before I do I want to create a list of 10,000 names.

My list is already growing.

I joined MOBE at the $49 spot...and it is true..it is a long paid for Sales Letter, You sign a disclosure letter not to reveal some secret. I had a coach to talk to....he was a good guy...but I can tell he was hoping I would buy sooner than later....and I may just surprise him and join out of the blue.

But here's my strategy. I want to earn the money first, as my right of passage to join. If I can't earn the money rather than pull out my credit card...then I figure I am not suppose to join...Just a game I play.

The coach was clear on all the fees etc..and how to stage up in businesses work....it was sound. So I figure I will stage up with my own strategy because what cause me to pause is the $97 a month (if you choose) afterward for the innercircle or media buy you will need to bring in the customers. Quick fix.... have your own customers before getting in, give them value and at the very least when you stage them up to MOBE/MTTB you will be in a position to at least get your investment back. It's like everything else...it takes a little work...but it can be done.

EA

davidsutton 25th April 2014 06:25 AM

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Hi to all. I am a MOBE licencee. Paid the 2K fee, and have not regretted it. Made this back quickly with 2 sales.
MOBE is the best internet marketing system that I have come across in 3 years.
The training and support is excellent.
Selling big ticket products definitely makes sense. Much more profit to spend on advertising. It is possible to grow the business with paid advertising.
I also get some free traffic.
Any questions let me know.

Jonathan S 25th April 2014 03:38 PM

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What have you sold to recover your money David, is it the program? (i.e. 2 people paying 2K each)
True, this is just another MLM. Not only true but very true that you can make big money with this program --- even a program giving away crappy ebooks with $100 membership, you can make thousands as long as you are good at recruiting new members. The heart of the business is not actually the product offered no matter what it is but the affiliations or recruiting of new members where you also get paid when they pay, simple as that and many people have already joined this kind of program only to find themselves in great mess when no more people want to join the scheme... but this is purely legal, can't find any fault in it, it's just risky but like any other online businesses, you won't make money if you're lazy but you do if you persevere mainly in selling the program/recruiting new members.

sdentrepreneur 25th April 2014 04:21 PM

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I have met Matt before, seemed like a nice guy. Their event is here this weekend in San Diego and many of my friends and other IM crew are attending. Here is my take on this type of program....Invest in your education, don't expect a get rich quick scheme. "Your mileage may vary" Learn from it and then work towards creating your own product or course. I don't want my gravestone saying. "He was a good affiliate"

That's all...Peace....

celestmark 13th May 2014 10:42 AM

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Thanks, Bill! That says it ALL for me... "and for that reason, I'm out!" ;)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bill Brine (Post 8481713)
I actually got as far as hitting the submit button to purchase the $49 membership, but the transaction was denied by my credit card provider. When I called them, they told me that this company presents a high risk of fraud, has lots of chargebacks against it (at least in their database) and that if I wanted to proceed with the transaction anyway, they would not investigate or honor any chargeback requests that I made for this company. Needless to say, I directed them NOT to let if go through.

That says it all!


journey101 25th May 2014 10:48 PM

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Greetings kids (I say kids for a good reason). This is a very interesting thread. I know the last post was in December 2013, but I can't resist adding my 2 cents worth.

I'd never heard of MOBE/MTTB until Friday 23rd May 2014. It was quite by accident that I did so. I won't go into detail about how I came to know about it, this is more about the controversy this is causing. I read the first negative comment in the wee hours of Saturday morning. I had invested the USD49.00 required to 'subscribe' to MTTB/MOBE before I'd done any research. Why?..because after watching the sales videos by my referrer, I felt more than comfortable with the system. Albeit my referrer was doing the presentations from many exotic locations, on million dollar boats etc. No doubt in an effort to show what a person can achieve if a totally materialistic lifestyle is what they want. I don't doubt that a few hard working individuals will be able to enjoy that lifestyle, if that's what they want to aspire to. Personally, I don't aspire to those kind of riches, just a few extra thousand per year would suit me fine.

As far as the negativity and bitching I am seeing on here is concerned, I really can't see the problem. If you don't like it, walk away from it, it's that simple. I have since done a tremendous amount of research about MTTB/MOBE and I believe that it is more than transparent, even regarding the $1997.00 that is required.
Now to the meat of the sandwich, I have been a member of WF since 2009-2010?.. I have only posted once before and that was because of the constant virtual product bashing and whining I see on here.

I firmly believe that if you want to make good money online, then you'd better be prepared to SPEND good money online on advertising, products, virtual or otherwise to arrive at your destination. It is no different in offline business marketing, in fact the same principles apply in any type of business..period. I believe Amway did a similar thing back in the eighties. The product was just a vehicle for consultants to arrive at a financial destination however far up the ladder you wished to go. They had tangible products, which members could sell if that was all they wanted to do. A lot of people fell by the wayside because they either didn't believe in the ethics, it was too hard or couldn't afford it. That company received its fair share of bashing too. On the other side of the coin, there were a lot of high income earners that probably didn't give a rats backside about how good or bad the product was as long as it allowed them to become Diamond distributors (I think that's what they were called them) and these people were/are making a HUGE residual income that would continue for life. Apply that to the virtual world in which we live...you should be able to work the rest out by yourselves. As far as Matt Lloyd is concerned, he may be an under thirties upstart. Who cares, as long as YOU can achieve what you set out to achieve. In Australia, we have an organization called;The Australian Securities and Investment commission (ASIC) who are the regulatory body in Australia.
I haven't seen or heard of any red flags regarding him. Until I do, everything is kosher for me and should be for everyone else. (Hmm...this should have been a blog, sorry!)

iDave 26th May 2014 11:31 AM

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This is a pyramid scam, you pay $49 to get in then to make $$$ you have invest $1,999 to be able to sell the products, then just in case you are successful with that there's a $8,999 level to sell the bigger $$$ products (your selling the same license you bought!), and guess what you can take your earnings at that level and put into the $14,999 level. So THEY always get YOUR money back. Show me how this is on the level???

MrIMVO 26th May 2014 05:03 PM

Re: Matt Lloyd's MOBE EXPERIENCE
 
How come no one is talking about the PRODUCTS? I don't know if the info products they sell are good or not - I haven't seen them. It seems that in MLM's like Send Out Cards, Tuperware or MaryKay - there's a lot of emphasis on how good the products are. Being a distributor isn't the immediate focus, it's whether the folks you send to buy the products will find value for their purchase.
Has anyone seen the products? Can they attest that they are good products?

Jim154 28th May 2014 11:39 AM

Re: Matt Lloyd's MOBE EXPERIENCE
 
Thank all of you for your MOBE response.
I'll move on to something else.

adriano9 30th May 2014 02:24 AM

Re: Matt Lloyd's MOBE EXPERIENCE
 
Mobe is a real company and i really believe if you put the effort in learning how to promote you can make good money. I joined and made 3 payments under Terry Lamb. Never join Terry Lamb because he is not to be trusted. He has 1000 Dollar of my money in his account and didnt pay Mobe. I found out when i didnt had acces to some parts of the program and asked support about it. She told me that i had 3 payments left but i only needed to pay 1 last istallment.
So i asked Terry why he didnt pay my last 2 payments(i sended to his paypal because i didnt have a credit card) and he said he totally forgot about it. Ok so i said pay my money to Mobe he said no i talked to some top Mobe guy and he told me to hold your money untill you pay the last installment. I new that he was talking BS. So i told support and they told me thats not treu to but they cant do nothing about it. We got in a big argument and i told him or give me my money back or pay Mobe the money. He said no i will pay Mobe your money when you make your last payment and if i dont he will keep it. He has no respect at al. I think Mobe is good but choose your sponser wisely. He never finished the teamtraining to. Very bad experience with Terry Lamb. Lies and big mouth is the only thing i saw from him. When you go to his youtube channel you see him talking about his skype method. So you would think he has a good way of making money treu skype or something. Then when you join he tells you to make 2 min videos and he gave me an example of a 2 min vid he did about wordpress plugin???? LOL And then put your skypeid on your 2 min video. Total BS. Shameless guy really. Very bad experience with him but Mobe is legit. You get 5 good products in your Memebrs area and you have the power to earn 1000 dollar commisions. But you must learn how to market and position yourself then you can do good. Alot of people making money with it.

Adsman68 30th May 2014 04:30 AM

Re: Matt Lloyd's MOBE EXPERIENCE
 
Is this anything to do with inner circle riches ??

adriano9 30th May 2014 06:24 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Adsman68 (Post 9231648)
Is this anything to do with inner circle riches ??

No but they have a innercirlce wich you can learn marketing from and you can promote and get 90 procent of the residual commision. What people dont get is that these are products and copy created from top marketer who is making millions. Matt Loydd is 1 of the best. The salescopy the funnels had been tested with millions of dollars. Constantly changing. The follow up with a phone team is powerfull but you can choose to do you own closing and get 1200 dollas instead of 1000 dollar.

Charger14 31st May 2014 04:28 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Jim154 (Post 9226702)
Thank all of you for your MOBE response.
I'll move on to something else.

Hi Jim,

You made an honest query looking for some honest answers.

But...

In this thread I have seen some hilarious and mind-boggling statements:

1) 'MLM is a scam!'

2) 'It's a scam like Empower Network!'

3) 'They send you emails so you'll buy more product!'

4) And then some generalized, garden-variety, run-of-the-mill, one-size-fits-all lies about MOBE and MTTB.


Please don't listen to the mewling of cowards and miscreants. Do your own due-diligence.

1) MLM itself has generated untold wealth for millions of folks who had NO possibility of attaining it any other way. Many of the most historically whined-about products and companies are thriving to this day.

Is it worth mentioning that MOBE is not MLM? Probably not.

2) Yes, I think we can all see from the ongoing, crushing failure of Empower Network just how much of a scam IT is.

Good Lord.

3) I, too, find it shocking (SHOCKING!) that a marketing company whose flagship product is a comprehensive education in modern marketing would continue to market to you. The NERVE of these people!

4) MTTB is a 21 step, comprehensive marketing education that provides hands-on coaching all the way through. It is also a Done-For-You system that requires only that traffic be sent into a funnel. Between these two factors, it is far and away the best place for a marketing newbie to begin their journey to financial independence.

MOBE (My Online Business Empire) is the parent company of MTTB (My Top Tier Business) and presents a rich array of superb informational products and ongoing training in marketing excellence.

MTTB/MOBE offers a Top-Tier product mix which pays the highest commissions in the industry.

If you are new to internet marketing, I strongly urge you to read I.M. Revolution so that you'll understand the economics of the Top-Tier concept. I mean, 10 dollar ebook commissions are kinda cute and all, but...

One last thing: I have seen some complaints about the $49 application fee. Obviously, $49 does not begin to pay for the coaching members receive through 21 steps of training. But $49 WILL weed out tire-kickers so that the coaches aren't wasting their time. And, let's face it...if $49 isn't in our education budget (let alone a start-up budget), perhaps we should wait a little bit.

See, if we wait, the only thing we have to lose is time.

And we have all the time in the world.


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beasty513 2nd June 2014 07:08 PM

Re: Matt Lloyd's MOBE EXPERIENCE
 
I would like to see a sample of these "product's" that people are paying thousands for.

It looks like members are just selling the opportunity.

Henzen 3rd June 2014 08:03 PM

Re: Matt Lloyd's MOBE EXPERIENCE
 
Hi Guys
Will someone please tell me this!If MOBE is a scam and no Iam not a member
or affiliate,Why does THE WF allow it to advertise IE ON THE TOP OF THIS PAGE?
I might be stupid or something,but shouldnt potential advertisers be checked out B4
accepted after WF is a sacred source of reliable information isnt IT?


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