Mobile Money Code

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Anyone joined this or have an honest review on it?
#internet marketing product reviews & ratings #code #mobile #money
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  • Profile picture of the author ken5000
    The sales video seems so fake and full of actors. Big house, nice car, probably a ton of upsells - I see the same thing over and over again. I'm not saying it's not a legitimate product because I haven't tried it, but just being honest about what I see. Has anyone actually bought this Mobile Money Code? Strange how no one has anything to say. Anyone that has bought it - Does it even seem like it has some potential? Would you have to buy into pricey upsells to get it to work?
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    • Profile picture of the author tim205
      Originally Posted by ken5000 View Post

      The sales video seems so fake and full of actors. Big house, nice car, probably a ton of upsells - I see the same thing over and over again. I'm not saying it's not a legitimate product because I haven't tried it, but just being honest about what I see. Has anyone actually bought this Mobile Money Code? Strange how no one has anything to say. Anyone that has bought it - Does it even seem like it has some potential? Would you have to buy into pricey upsells to get it to work?
      yeah, the video was over the top and very scripted, and never really gets to anything substantial about what or how the program works.
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      • Profile picture of the author foundtheway
        I also had a lot of trouble with Mobile Money Code. I am waiting now for a refund of $621.00. The problem was you can never get anyone to help you. The support number is A JOKE. They only tell you to send an email and make a ticket. I have made 5 tickets so far. You then get an auto responders reply, can we offer you $5,000 in upgraded sofeware?
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    • Profile picture of the author brenchris
      Yes, I bought The Mobile Money Code on 1st May 2013.
      I received warnings from AVG on some of the downloads. They were threats to my computer.
      I paid US49.00 for the product and immediately Greg tried to upsell me an upgrade for $198.00 which I turned down.
      I was told that I had to listen to his second video with the upsell until the Money Code was installed on my computer.
      What Money Code?
      i was also told in a training video that I had to purchase a website and domain costing$262.80 to use the Money Code. I did not cater for that.
      I was offered a Free Gift of a Website valued $2500.00 but I had to pay for a domain and web hosting for another $262.80. I refused it of course.
      The next step was to call a start up specialist at 1 702399 3027.to help me set up the Money Code.
      I called the number and was quickly told "Mailbox is full"
      i called Support at 18779172337 and all I heard was sweet music playing and no one answered my call.
      I tried setting up the site with the information given in a training video and Firefox kept saying they could not understand the commands.
      I emailed Support and I got automated responses each time.
      Yet Greg keeps sending videos about upgrades and coaching programs I have to pay for..
      i even got another video with the original product and when I tried to exit it he offered it for $9.00.
      I requested a refund, but I have had no response.
      He did mention boastfully in the video where he is selling coaching that he has no support system, and that he is free to travel and do what he wants.
      By the way the sale did not go to Clicksure.
      My receipt is from another company.

      Brenda Mohammed.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jackaroo
        Originally Posted by brenchris View Post

        Yes, I bought The Mobile Money Code on 1st May 2013.
        I received warnings from AVG on some of the downloads. They were threats to my computer.
        I paid US49.00 for the product and immediately Greg tried to upsell me an upgrade for $198.00 which I turned down.
        I was told that I had to listen to his second video with the upsell until the Money Code was installed on my computer.
        What Money Code?
        i was also told in a training video that I had to purchase a website and domain costing$262.80 to use the Money Code. I did not cater for that.
        I was offered a Free Gift of a Website valued $2500.00 but I had to pay for a domain and web hosting for another $262.80. I refused it of course.
        The next step was to call a start up specialist at 1 702399 3027.to help me set up the Money Code.
        I called the number and was quickly told "Mailbox is full"
        i called Support at 18779172337 and all I heard was sweet music playing and no one answered my call.
        I tried setting up the site with the information given in a training video and Firefox kept saying they could not understand the commands.
        I emailed Support and I got automated responses each time.
        Yet Greg keeps sending videos about upgrades and coaching programs I have to pay for..
        i even got another video with the original product and when I tried to exit it he offered it for $9.00.
        I requested a refund, but I have had no response.
        He did mention boastfully in the video where he is selling coaching that he has no support system, and that he is free to travel and do what he wants.
        By the way the sale did not go to Clicksure.
        My receipt is from another company.

        Brenda Mohammed.
        Hope you used Paypal to Pay so you could try and get them to go through the process of getting your cash back. Very glad to read this, inspite being hacked off by the Hyped sales pitch, one is tempted but having had a few bad deals makes me more cautious than ever when I see flash cars and houses to impress. The so called confidentiality also rang bells. Here we read of no confidentiality. He likes to give the impression that you are SO luck because you were INVITED by someone to get involved. Grab your opportunity before it is too late ... Only a few are being allowed in. Thanks again for this post!! Not too many who can be trusted ... worth every bit to be a member of Warrior Forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author getrichinfo
    it is on Clicksure and the Gurus are promoting it heavily!

    i heard that they make a few thousand sales just yesterday alone?
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  • Profile picture of the author bomc
    Longest boring video I have seen this year that tells you nothing to do with the product ... be careful with this one...
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    • Profile picture of the author bizwisard
      I,am looking for a brave soul that is going to take the plunge into the cesspool and report back to us the width breadth and depth of this hype filled pant load.
      Will ,"with so many" gurus on board there must be some big money to be made.... So whose is it yours or mine???:confused: Refer to their affiliate link at the bottom for extensive list of many big names in the IM biz.

      I ,am darn curious ....Is their anyone oout their?
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      • Profile picture of the author cybamage
        Originally Posted by bizwisard View Post

        I,am looking for a brave soul that is going to take the plunge into the cesspool and report back to us the width breadth and depth of this hype filled pant load.
        Will ,"with so many" gurus on board there must be some big money to be made.... So whose is it yours or mine???:confused: Refer to their affiliate link at the bottom for extensive list of many big names in the IM biz.

        I ,am darn curious ....Is their anyone oout their?
        Someone who provide mobile services and being curious to see what it is, I bought the damn thing. From the sales video I assumed it was to do with some admob software because all 3 volunteers were taken through the clicksure marketplace. Certainly is false advertising because what you get after jumping through the different price page is information on how to create and sell mobile websites to local business owners. No mention of the clicksure marketplace, the mobilesite builder is something a kid put together, the 2 pdf is rehashed materials and surprisingly their 12 hour turn around support network.......crap! I'm probably going to have problems getting a refund..........STAY AWAY FROM THIS & PASS THE WORD AROUND. IT'S NOT WHAT THE VIDEOS SAY IT IS!!!!!!!!
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        • Profile picture of the author Simon Hall
          Hi everybody. I was happy to find this thread after searching around for a review.
          Wow the video is something else talk about brain washing, they used every trick in the book. It looks like they spent all the money on the promo and not the software. Warning bells were sounding within the first ten seconds... but still somewhere inside I was hoping it might be a good product.
          Luckily I think we have all seen to many of these in the past to fall for that crap. I feel sorry for everybody that gets caught.
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          • Profile picture of the author mrpelage
            I just bought it. I'll post a review and a case study by next week.
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          • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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            Originally Posted by Simon Hall View Post

            Hi everybody. I was happy to find this thread after searching around for a review.
            Wow the video is something else talk about brain washing, they used every trick in the book. It looks like they spent all the money on the promo and not the software. Warning bells were sounding within the first ten seconds... but still somewhere inside I was hoping it might be a good product.
            Luckily I think we have all seen to many of these in the past to fall for that crap. I feel sorry for everybody that gets caught.
            So you bought it then? Otherwise you would not be making a judgement without doing so first I would hope...
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            • Profile picture of the author mrpelage
              What's the point? What do I get from broken promises. I remember when I first started online. Always looking for that 1 golden goose egg. Hope...
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeshurun77
          Originally Posted by cybamage View Post

          Someone who provide mobile services and being curious to see what it is, I bought the damn thing. From the sales video I assumed it was to do with some admob software because all 3 volunteers were taken through the clicksure marketplace. Certainly is false advertising because what you get after jumping through the different price page is information on how to create and sell mobile websites to local business owners. No mention of the clicksure marketplace, the mobilesite builder is something a kid put together, the 2 pdf is rehashed materials and surprisingly their 12 hour turn around support network.......crap! I'm probably going to have problems getting a refund..........STAY AWAY FROM THIS & PASS THE WORD AROUND. IT'S NOT WHAT THE VIDEOS SAY IT IS!!!!!!!!
          Same here cybamage! I bought the Mobile Money Code out of curiosity and was DEEPLY disappointed. (...don't know why - I should have expected a turn off with the incredible HYPE this guy promoted his product!). I doubt if I'll get my money back, though I'll give it a shot.

          This Greg Anderson character uses third party materials in the back office. Stuff that you can get from the internet whilst doing your own research. The "click here, and here and here - okay, now let's see how much you've made in an hour" is nothing but a "over-promise" and"under-performance".

          Seriously guys, there's MUCH better material available than this guy's fluff.
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          • Profile picture of the author hatymaty
            I read a lot review but why you don't want to check something by your self
            you should be affiliate for this mobile cash code system you will redirect to a page wher you see big Dogs with their Videos and testimonials check how much people are promoting this product and you would have an great idea what is this all about I'm Really Sad that i can't buy this because I'm professionally poor person and a 18 year's old boy just drop the college because i couldn't pay fee that this thing got me in online marketing after losing two years time i just made $2 :-( HAHAHA any these are all besides topic check out by your self videos at affiliate page
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            • Profile picture of the author thepestguru
              I bought this and spent $49 and was i disappointed bunch of upsells. They even tell you to call a start up specialist who tried to sell me a $5000 internet business? They didn't even know anything on this product? Misleading and not worth the time or money i spent.
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            • Profile picture of the author paymecellular
              Originally Posted by hatymaty View Post

              I read a lot review but why you don't want to check something by your self
              you should be affiliate for this mobile cash code system you will redirect to a page wher you see big Dogs with their Videos and testimonials check how much people are promoting this product and you would have an great idea what is this all about I'm Really Sad that i can't buy this because I'm professionally poor person and a 18 year's old boy just drop the college because i couldn't pay fee that this thing got me in online marketing after losing two years time i just made $2 :-( HAHAHA any these are all besides topic check out by your self videos at affiliate page
              If you or anyone out there that is interested in trying Mobile Money Code then PM me and I will send it all to you for FREE!!!

              I was disappointed too thinking it was a global affiliate type program where when people made purchases from their phones that I would get a commission...then I got the info and it was something I already was doing PLUS the mobile website creator is the EXACT same one I was uses, yet Greg said this was something NO ONE else had, BS!

              It was a BIOTCH getting my REFUND, don't even go there when I will give it away all day long for free!

              Peace out
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        • Profile picture of the author tiashraf69
          Hi
          I also purchased this mobilemoney code and first impressions were not positive. I did not get a login until nearly 36 hours later.

          The support left a lot to be desired and I will be seeking a refund also. The reasons for the refund are that the sales promo video gives the user the impression that this may be mobile CPA. The course itself centres around mobile sites, advertising. It has a host of bonus software to create backlinks, index mobile sites and social media training.

          The program has been optimised to sell hosting, done for you services and other programmes, none of which were mentioned in the initial video. My advice there is some decent information but if you are expecting mobile CPA course then avoid.
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        • Profile picture of the author davidfh
          Thank you for saving me from another embarrassing product purchase.
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          • Profile picture of the author joe ferdinando
            RUN............ Do not purchase!

            If you need a refund go through the payment processor and not the site!
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        • Profile picture of the author charmedinga
          Originally Posted by cybamage View Post

          Someone who provide mobile services and being curious to see what it is, I bought the damn thing. From the sales video I assumed it was to do with some admob software because all 3 volunteers were taken through the clicksure marketplace. Certainly is false advertising because what you get after jumping through the different price page is information on how to create and sell mobile websites to local business owners. No mention of the clicksure marketplace, the mobilesite builder is something a kid put together, the 2 pdf is rehashed materials and surprisingly their 12 hour turn around support network.......crap! I'm probably going to have problems getting a refund..........STAY AWAY FROM THIS & PASS THE WORD AROUND. IT'S NOT WHAT THE VIDEOS SAY IT IS!!!!!!!!
          Hi bizwisard,
          I too paid for a Mobile Money code and got nothing in return . I am not able to work due to an accident I had in 2011 and thought this was a great way to make some money. I used a $50.00 prepaid Mastercard I borrowed the money from my son now I am out the code, the $50.00 and I still have to pay my son back somehow . Any Ideas on how to get a refund the refund code and the mobile money code support E-mail link wouldn't work for me. Thanks for any help on this .
          Charmedinga
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  • Profile picture of the author Lanx
    Please learn from all the poor souls on this forum.
    1. say no to clicksure (ANYTHING)
    2. say no to gurus with heavy promotion (they just want to win the prizes, duh)
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  • Profile picture of the author aaallday2010
    Man that video was sooooooo scripted. I mean c'mon, he brings the wife and the son and the overly dramatic daughter who really went over the top with the acting.

    I havent tried this but based on the video it sounds phishy. Proceed with caution.

    I stopped watching after the daughter finished. Ill wait for someone to take the plunge and give us their feedback but I wont expect much.

    BTW, in the beginning of the video the guy says "this is 100% free" but when you X out there is a second chance offer for $40 than a third and fourth and finally a fifth for $9.

    That should tell you all you need to know about this "free" program.
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    • Profile picture of the author lahudnell
      Great point. How does something "free" end up costing anything?
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    • Profile picture of the author venici
      Thanks Guys to review this not so good product...
      Again, this forum has proven to be effective against scammed programs and bad apples in the industry...
      Keep the honest reviews to save more people GBU
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    • Profile picture of the author Jackaroo
      Originally Posted by aaallday2010 View Post

      Man that video was sooooooo scripted. I mean c'mon, he brings the wife and the son and the overly dramatic daughter who really went over the top with the acting.

      I havent tried this but based on the video it sounds phishy. Proceed with caution.

      I stopped watching after the daughter finished. Ill wait for someone to take the plunge and give us their feedback but I wont expect much.

      BTW, in the beginning of the video the guy says "this is 100% free" but when you X out there is a second chance offer for $40 than a third and fourth and finally a fifth for $9.

      That should tell you all you need to know about this "free" program.
      Someone said, "he who hesitates is lost" but that is not always the case with all the hype we see with IM. Supposed to be so confidential ... "Don't tell anyone, you've been specially invited." The heavily scripted acting is anough to put anyone off. Fantastic if it works ,,, maybe available on Clickbank under another name. The quick monetary response seems somewhat unreal. No research to choose products etc. ???
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    • Profile picture of the author GaryBurke
      Originally Posted by aaallday2010 View Post

      Man that video was sooooooo scripted. I mean c'mon, he brings the wife and the son and the overly dramatic daughter who really went over the top with the acting.

      I havent tried this but based on the video it sounds phishy. Proceed with caution.

      I stopped watching after the daughter finished. Ill wait for someone to take the plunge and give us their feedback but I wont expect much.

      BTW, in the beginning of the video the guy says "this is 100% free" but when you X out there is a second chance offer for $40 than a third and fourth and finally a fifth for $9.

      That should tell you all you need to know about this "free" program.
      I have had 2 emails about this and when I click the link to watch the videos both of them are with different guys and the system was given to one by someone called George and the second guy developed it himself and I think his name was Bill
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  • Profile picture of the author vetteran
    The saying about "Empty Vessels" springs to mind, and the one from Hamlet.
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    Just thought I'd chip in to let everyone know that it is actually sold through SWReg not ClickSure

    So judging by the logic in this thread, SWReg must be a scam too..
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    • Profile picture of the author DougPage
      If you really "have" to buy this, don't forget to try and leave the page several times so that you can get the price down to $9 from $49. That alone screams don't buy!
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      • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
        Originally Posted by DougPage View Post

        If you really "have" to buy this, don't forget to try and leave the page several times so that you can get the price down to $9 from $49. That alone screams don't buy!
        <sarcasm> Yeah, I know right! </sarcasm>

        I mean, using proven marketing methods to sell a product...surely it must be a scam

        Just like when you walk into the dealership, and the salesman thinks he's got you ready to buy....heck your reaady to buy yourself however you say the words "I'll look around and get back to you" so what does the sales man do?

        He knows hes got you but instead of losing out on the sale, he says "but Sir, if you buy today we can also throw in X, X and X" and your like, heck may as well just buy then..

        Or like my other example...When you go into the grocery store and you can top quality produce at knock down prices because the "shelf life" expires tomorrow or because there is a dent in the packaging.

        Same product but at a discount rate.


        But yeah, I hear what your sayin'....Those marketing practices that have been around for DECADES and are PROVEN to work all point to it being a scam..

        Dat logic..
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        • Profile picture of the author jimzimm
          Hey Josh, why don't you give an in-depth review? You seem to know a lot about the product and the sales system they area using. There are quite a few people who are interested in the product, but have concerns after watching the video on the sales page and reading the review by cybamage. Thanks.


          Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

          <sarcasm> Yeah, I know right! </sarcasm>

          I mean, using proven marketing methods to sell a product...surely it must be a scam

          Just like when you walk into the dealership, and the salesman thinks he's got you ready to buy....heck your reaady to buy yourself however you say the words "I'll look around and get back to you" so what does the sales man do?

          He knows hes got you but instead of losing out on the sale, he says "but Sir, if you buy today we can also throw in X, X and X" and your like, heck may as well just buy then..

          Or like my other example...When you go into the grocery store and you can top quality produce at knock down prices because the "shelf life" expires tomorrow or because there is a dent in the packaging.

          Same product but at a discount rate.


          But yeah, I hear what your sayin'....Those marketing practices that have been around for DECADES and are PROVEN to work all point to it being a scam..

          Dat logic..
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        • Profile picture of the author manny2513
          Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

          <sarcasm> Yeah, I know right! </sarcasm>

          I mean, using proven marketing methods to sell a product...surely it must be a scam

          Just like when you walk into the dealership, and the salesman thinks he's got you ready to buy....heck your ready to buy yourself however you say the words "I'll look around and get back to you" so what does the sales man do?

          He knows hes got you but instead of losing out on the sale, he says "but Sir, if you buy today we can also throw in X, X and X" and your like, heck may as well just buy then..

          Or like my other example...When you go into the grocery store and you can top quality produce at knock down prices because the "shelf life" expires tomorrow or because there is a dent in the packaging.

          Same product but at a discount rate.


          But yeah, I hear what your sayin'....Those marketing practices that have been around for DECADES and are PROVEN to work all point to it being a scam..

          Dat logic..
          You are so wrong my friend.

          Yes, I know is Marketing we all know that but when the Value is $49 and you get 20 exit pops each one of them dropping the price a bit more until you reach $9! then is for SURE a crap product where most of the budget of the project was spent on sales development and NOT product creation.

          Yes if you go to a dealer ship the sales man will offer you extra addon's and even drop the price for you so that you BUY right now but you will never see then dropping the price from $49,000 (original price of the Car) to $9,000; even if you offer them $40k they will say no cuz the value is $49k the most they will go down is to $45k as for a discount.

          Same principle here if they drop the price that much then is for sure a crap product but wait read all the reviews from REAL buyers here and you will see that all are bad reviews except the one form Jimmy but of course he is looking to push this crap product to his list so right there we all know that we can't trust what he says...

          Is not the marketing, is how is done. We all know about OTO's exit pops ect. but when you see a marketer over doing it, that yells crap product cuz somebody with a good product will not mind if they leave and it will not need that many OTO's. A marketer with a good product will sit back and relax because eventually once threads like this pops up and people who bought share how GOOD the product is you can bet your undies that those who left will go back looking for that "Buy Now" button cuz they know that it is in fact a great product based on the reviews.
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          • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
            Originally Posted by manny2513 View Post

            You are so wrong my friend.

            Yes I know is Marketing we all know that but when the Value is $49 and you get 20 exit pops each on of them dropping the price a bit more untill you reach $9! then is for SURE a crap product where most of the budget of the project was spent on sales development and NOT product creating.

            Yes if you go to a dealer ship the sales man will offer you extra add on's and even drop the price for you so that you BUY right now but you will never see then dropping the price from $49,000 (original price of the Car) to $9,000 even if you offer them $40k they will say no cuz the value is $49k the most they will go down is to $45k as for a discount.

            Same principle here if they drop the price that much then is for sure a crap product but wait read all the reviews from REAL buyers here and you will see that all are bad reviews except the one form Jimmy but of course he is looking to push this crap product to his list so right there we all know that we can't trust what he says...

            Is not the marketing his how you do it. We all know about OTO's exit pops ect. but when you see a marketer over doing it, that yells crap product cuz somebody with a good product will not mind if they leave and it will not need that many OTO's. A marketer with a good product will sit back and relax because eventually once threads like this pops up and people who bought share how GOOD the product is you can bet your undies that those who left will go back looking for that "Buy Now" button cuz they know that it is in fact a great product based on the reviews.
            How am I wrong? I think you'll find that I'm right and here is why.

            They would prefer to give you the front end product for free because they know if they have decent products/training and a decent funnel in place, they can monetize off of the back end (marketing 101 - hence all the "free" courses out there)

            It's EXACTLY the same as the dealership example apart from one thing. A car costs money to build, then you've got the overheads of the dealership and so on, meaning you can't come down that much on the price - not to mention that a $5,000 discount on a $49,000 product is pretty much the same as offering a $40 discount on a $49 product.

            However, when you have a product online your overheads are dramatically lower. You don't have to create each product like with the car, all you have to do is host it - meaning you can literally "give it away for free".

            The marketers don't care about the money off the front end, they want your email address so they can market to you in the future, meaning they are willing to give away their product FOR FREE to get you onto their list (just like with squeeze pages).

            Thats how marketing works - and thats how these product launches work. Marketing 101.

            And in-regards to your review theory, most people DON'T do the research, they buy there and then or from the next email they get.
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            • Profile picture of the author manny2513
              Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

              How am I wrong? I think you'll find that I'm right and here is why.

              They would prefer to give you the front end product for free because they know if they have decent products/training and a decent funnel in place, they can monetize off of the back end (marketing 101 - hence all the "free" courses out there)

              It's EXACTLY the same as the dealership example apart from one thing. A car costs money to build, then you've got the overheads of the dealership and so on, meaning you can't come down that much on the price - not to mention that a $5,000 discount on a $49,000 product is pretty much the same as offering a $40 discount on a $49 product.

              However, when you have a product online your overheads are dramatically lower. You don't have to create each product like with the car, all you have to do is host it - meaning you can literally "give it away for free".

              The marketers don't care about the money off the front end, they want your email address so they can market to you in the future, meaning they are willing to give away their product FOR FREE to get you onto their list (just like with squeeze pages).

              Thats how marketing works - and thats how these product launches work. Marketing 101.

              And in-regards to your review theory, most people DON'T do the research, they buy there and then or from the next email they get.
              lol you are soo funny! I got better things to do than replying to your no-sense response.

              You are right now on my NEVER BUY SHIT FROM HIM list because you are just like all other marketers that will put up a really crap product in the Front End just to fool noobs to buy in and cash from them in the back end.

              I got nothing against the funnels or the marketing tactics; what I am against is marketers like you who half ass a front end product just to get people to buy for a very low price in hopes to make even more money out of them pushing them crap every 2 days in the backend.

              I am a strong believer that your Front End product should be the BEST product of your funnel so that your customers get insane value right from the get go and not only if they buy an overpriced OTO in my back-end.

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              • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
                Originally Posted by manny2513 View Post

                lol you are soo funny! I got better things to do than replying to your no-sense response.

                You are right now on my NEVER BUY SHIT FROM HIM list because you are just like all other marketers that will put up a really crap product in the Front End just to fool noobs to buy in and cash from them in the back end.

                I got nothing against the funnels or the marketing tactics; what I am against is marketers like you who half ass a front end product just to get people to buy for a very low price in hopes to make even more money out of them pushing them crap every 2 days in the backend.

                I am a strong believer that your Front End product should be the BEST product of your funnel so that your customers get insane value right from the get go and not only if they buy an overpriced OTO in my back-end.

                enough said.
                Wow, cool, again you didn't bother to read what I said and go off on a rant.

                But I'm glad to know I'm on your "list" - thanks man means a lot. What an accomplishment!
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        • Profile picture of the author krchmar
          Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

          <sarcasm> Yeah, I know right! </sarcasm>

          I mean, using proven marketing methods to sell a product...surely it must be a scam

          Just like when you walk into the dealership, and the salesman thinks he's got you ready to buy....heck your reaady to buy yourself however you say the words "I'll look around and get back to you" so what does the sales man do?

          He knows hes got you but instead of losing out on the sale, he says "but Sir, if you buy today we can also throw in X, X and X" and your like, heck may as well just buy then..

          Or like my other example...When you go into the grocery store and you can top quality produce at knock down prices because the "shelf life" expires tomorrow or because there is a dent in the packaging.

          Same product but at a discount rate.


          But yeah, I hear what your sayin'....Those marketing practices that have been around for DECADES and are PROVEN to work all point to it being a scam..

          Dat logic..
          Yep, sure, and your logic is how different? You compere a store to a online scam? Very clever of you my friend, btw answer this if you are so smart:

          1. If he is earning that much money per day with his "Mobile Money Code", how come he is selling us this and not giving us free? He already has millions, why does he need $200 bucks? To get change for highway checkpoints? Seriously, think about that:confused:

          2. He says over and over and over again in the video: "I am giving you this for FREE!" English is not my native language and I can speak pretty good English to understand that these two things are different: FREE and COST or PURCHASE or BUY or whateva you call it. So he lies, he sells the product that will maybe give you income, maybe not. If I am wrong about this, please correct me. Belive me, maybe I do not speak English very well, but I have been listening English and learning it since I was 5 years old to know what FREE and what Not FREE is.

          When I watched this video, I was so into their good acting I got out my credit card on table ready to input information. But then I remembered a program that Matt Lloyd presented, I snapped out of it, immidietly rushed to Google searching for "Mobile Money Code review". Then I saw a Youtube video that explains what it is. BAM! REALITY CHECK! Scam as clear as water. Then I came here to see if there is an info about it, good thing I have come here. This forum just saved me $47 (which is 4700 Serbian Dinars - which is a lot here in Serbia).

          So my friend, I dunno why you want to defend him or try to make us look like mentally challenged people, but that will not happen. We all have common sense.

          If you like his product, then go buy yourself and see if it works. Then when you lose money, you will come here and QQ.

          So for $49 that I will receive on monday, i will go and do some 60 seconds trading and earn more then that "faker" earns for his "Lying Scam Code".

          Easy and breezy. :p

          With respect.

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    • Profile picture of the author RJ McLearen
      Josh...just a note to say SWREG really came through when I needed help getting money back and divorcing this group. I would steer clear! Big production doesn't mean anything.
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      • Profile picture of the author busineversity
        I think it does. See - in my experience, the bigger the production, the longer the script etc., the more money they expect to rake off you.
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  • Profile picture of the author JimmyKim
    I'll comment as I was curious about the Mobile Money Code as I have a following to promote to..

    Basically- I'll share what I found:

    First- Once you get past the "getting started funnel" which seems to include things like a start up specialist, to hosting offer, and a few others.. you can get started.

    Yes - they are trying to upgrade and monetize- it's normal. If this hurts your feelings- get over it.

    Main Product:

    Mobile Money Code- A pretty neat and easy to use drag/drop mobile creator. It seems to be catered towards local business marketing. It's really neat and easy to use. Drag, drop, click.. upload.. boom done!

    Also included were 3 extra mobile training which seemed pretty comprehensive.

    He also includes 6 weeks of "bonus" weekly training- not sure much about what he's teaching but i'm sure that alone is worth $49..

    Also I found Bonus softwares:
    - Mobile site generator- turns any wordpress site to become mobile friendly
    - QR Code generator - self explanatory
    - 50 done for you mobile sites (haven't looked at these yet)

    Upsell #1: Done for you.

    REALLY REALLY neat- it's not quite "done for you" as you need to plug in your info and so forth, but it lead me to a neat interface where these pre-made templated sites were created. You still need to fill in the usual stuff, but it spits out pretty neat pages. I did not upload to my server, but I found it overall interesting.

    Also includes 43 more done/templated sites for you.

    Upsell 2: Traffic Money Code

    3 softwares:
    1. Backlink finder
    2. More backlink finder
    3. Indexer

    *I did not play with these 3- I am now just listing things out*

    Upsell 3: Social Money Code

    It's 3 nicely put training video modules on:
    Pintrest
    Linkedin
    Facebook

    * Overall here's my thoughts.

    IF you listen to the video and think you're life is going to change from this product. It won't.

    Could it make you money? YES.

    I could see this local marketing tool/mobile marketing tool be a very nice tool. I could make a professional page in minutes- yes minutes and have it uploaded pretty easy.

    The training is good- gave me a good outlook on mobile- something I've been looking into recently.

    With that all said.. DON'T SPECULATE - someone part hard work into this.

    The product was on Digital River - NOT Clicksure.

    And with that being said- you have 60 days.. and yes you have to go through upsells- welcome to the world of marketing outside of the WSO world
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    • Profile picture of the author WebMoxie
      I agree with Simon Hall, the alarm in my head started to sound within the first 10 seconds of the video.

      1. I thought videos that made outlandish, unsubstantiated claims were a no no.

      2. The wife: she makes millions but she can't hit a beauty salon to do something with that rat nest she calls hair?

      3. Maybe if the daughter got a little closer to the script, she could read it without stumbling through it.

      4. All three of the "test subjects" were up and running with a few clicks. They were up and running in less than a minute, and made hundreds in a few hours. Tell me, why do I need six weeks of training for that?

      5. I forget exactly how it was worded but Greg said the $49 was a "donation" to pay for the team of experts, who are all millionaires, that will be answering your questions 24/7. The software is absolutely free. Really? There are millionaires that will work 24/7 for $49?

      6. If this is by invitation only, exclusive and so hush-hush, why is there an affiliate program?

      My mind was saying heck no. But the glitter of greed almost made me hit that buy button. Brenchris, God bless you for your review! Thank you for slapping me back to reality. I hope you get your money back. JimmyKim, seriously, are you an affiliate of this program?

      If it sounds too good to be true... Thank you warriors for your help.
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      • Profile picture of the author JimmyKim
        Originally Posted by WebMoxie View Post

        JimmyKim, seriously, are you an affiliate of this program?

        .
        Did you read what I wrote?

        I gave you a FULL run down of what to expect in the members area.

        I say flat out above that I was interested in promoting so I purchased and I shared with everyone what I found.
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      • Profile picture of the author DeborahSimpson
        Originally Posted by WebMoxie View Post

        I agree with Simon Hall, the alarm in my head started to sound within the first 10 seconds of the video.

        1. I thought videos that made outlandish, unsubstantiated claims were a no no.

        2. The wife: she makes millions but she can't hit a beauty salon to do something with that rat nest she calls hair?

        3. Maybe if the daughter got a little closer to the script, she could read it without stumbling through it.

        4. All three of the "test subjects" were up and running with a few clicks. They were up and running in less than a minute, and made hundreds in a few hours. Tell me, why do I need six weeks of training for that?

        5. I forget exactly how it was worded but Greg said the $49 was a "donation" to pay for the team of experts, who are all millionaires, that will be answering your questions 24/7. The software is absolutely free. Really? There are millionaires that will work 24/7 for $49?

        6. If this is by invitation only, exclusive and so hush-hush, why is there an affiliate program?

        My mind was saying heck no. But the glitter of greed almost made me hit that buy button. Brenchris, God bless you for your review! Thank you for slapping me back to reality. I hope you get your money back. JimmyKim, seriously, are you an affiliate of this program?

        If it sounds too good to be true... Thank you warriors for your help.
        I agree, with all of your points. I felt the same way but I was up late working my other business and looking for some ways to add money to my marketing budget.
        I did try to join, it lured me in.
        However, there was a glitch in the payment submission page and it wouldn't take my money.
        Hmm, must be divine intervention?
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    • Profile picture of the author firstlieutenant
      Originally Posted by JimmyKim View Post

      I'll comment as I was curious about the Mobile Money Code as I have a following to promote to..

      Basically- I'll share what I found:

      First- Once you get past the "getting started funnel" which seems to include things like a start up specialist, to hosting offer, and a few others.. you can get started.

      Yes - they are trying to upgrade and monetize- it's normal. If this hurts your feelings- get over it.

      Main Product:

      Mobile Money Code- A pretty neat and easy to use drag/drop mobile creator. It seems to be catered towards local business marketing. It's really neat and easy to use. Drag, drop, click.. upload.. boom done!

      Also included were 3 extra mobile training which seemed pretty comprehensive.

      He also includes 6 weeks of "bonus" weekly training- not sure much about what he's teaching but i'm sure that alone is worth $49..

      Also I found Bonus softwares:
      - Mobile site generator- turns any wordpress site to become mobile friendly
      - QR Code generator - self explanatory
      - 50 done for you mobile sites (haven't looked at these yet)

      Upsell #1: Done for you.

      REALLY REALLY neat- it's not quite "done for you" as you need to plug in your info and so forth, but it lead me to a neat interface where these pre-made templated sites were created. You still need to fill in the usual stuff, but it spits out pretty neat pages. I did not upload to my server, but I found it overall interesting.

      Also includes 43 more done/templated sites for you.

      Upsell 2: Traffic Money Code

      3 softwares:
      1. Backlink finder
      2. More backlink finder
      3. Indexer

      *I did not play with these 3- I am now just listing things out*

      Upsell 3: Social Money Code

      It's 3 nicely put training video modules on:
      Pintrest
      Linkedin
      Facebook

      * Overall here's my thoughts.

      IF you listen to the video and think you're life is going to change from this product. It won't.

      Could it make you money? YES.

      I could see this local marketing tool/mobile marketing tool be a very nice tool. I could make a professional page in minutes- yes minutes and have it uploaded pretty easy.

      The training is good- gave me a good outlook on mobile- something I've been looking into recently.

      With that all said.. DON'T SPECULATE - someone part hard work into this.

      The product was on Digital River - NOT Clicksure.

      And with that being said- you have 60 days.. and yes you have to go through upsells- welcome to the world of marketing outside of the WSO world
      Jimmykim's comments are pretty accurate!
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      • Profile picture of the author gefflong
        I was curious and just had to check this thing out.

        I bought it on May 15, 2013 and jumped right into it. When you buy it, you get the expected upsells right away. Not a big issue for me.

        The software itself helps you build mobile sites by filling out a few boxes and clicking a few buttons. It's not horrible at all. If you just buy the basic $49 front end product, this is what you get. That is all I bought so I can't comment on anything deeper than that.

        With that said, the video did not mention anything about the real way you are expected to make money with this.

        Video Reality - you do a few clicks here and there and in less than 2 minutes, you are all set up and done, now you just wait for the cash to roll in.

        Actual Reality - They encourage you to build mobile websites for local businesses, then go out and sell them on it.

        I just wish they wouldn't market products like this with so much of the " do a few clicks and money comes in... it's that easy!"

        The product itself may be just fine for what it does, but it certainly is going to take much, much longer than a couple minutes to get some money coming in.

        I requested a refund on May 16, 2013 and got a response later that day that offered me "special access to a bonus training vault that is valued at $5000+ of tools and training that we have available to make you happy and stay with is. All you have to say is YES."

        I said No.

        Then requested the refund again. Today (May 21, 2013) I finally heard from a rep who said my refund of $49 had already been issued and they can't control how long the financial institution takes to apply the credit back to my account. I actually paid $53.06 since I was required to pay tax on it... So I mentioned that and haven't heard anything back yet.

        I was pretty irked to find that I made the rookie mistake of not clicking away from the sales page to see what kind of "discount" I would get. I did that later and believe it got all the way down to $9 for the product.

        I understand the wanting to get the sale and the person in the door... but man that really irritates me. It puts a bad impression of the product in my head.

        So unless you want a simple app that can create very simple mobile websites... and I do mean simple... I would pass on this.

        **UPDATE**
        Just wanted to be sure and post that I did finally get a full refund on May 22. So it took almost a week to get it.
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        • Profile picture of the author cairnstarheel
          I got the Money Code for $9. The expensive part was the time I put in going through the videos to find out what is was. Its just a $9 website maker for mobile phones. Also some hints and tips on how to sell them. Having run a few real businesses, it takes more than just a website site to make money than a cheap website.

          The whole marketing process is very unethical...like a lot...most internet marketing is. The marketing sets up the belief in that you will make money with the product and training. But you want.

          It is blatant false advertising.

          No different than the snake oil salesmen of the wild west...and the TV bible bashers flying around in jets. Or crooked tradesmen preying on the elderly... There is always a sucker around the corner, someone to take advantage of.

          I hear the feds are cracking down on false marketing on the internet and spamming, and eventually the buying public will catch on as well.

          There is nothing wrong with a sales funnel as long as it provides a service..and is not constructed to manipulate, and distort the truth

          sorry to be so negative
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  • Profile picture of the author firstlieutenant
    OK, I took the bait, just because I was curious. I think I paid $17, not the $47, because of the second and third requests when I tried to close the browser. Anyway, what he is selling is a tool that allows you to create mobile websites really fast by simply data entering all the info. It really is an excellent tool and creates really nice mobile web sites. However, the way to make money is to go out calling on local businesses and create websites for them. He recommends selling the sites for $250 to $500. It seems like I have to do quite a few of these in order to make my Maserati payment each month. The other thing he seems to be doing is building community around the people who sign up by doing webinar trainings and selling other tools later on.

    So, my conclusion is, that, the mobile money code software is pretty solid and definitely worth $17. But, it is misrepresented in the fancy videos. My guess is that about every 20th person that buys the software actually follows through on his business model.
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  • Profile picture of the author iSixty
    Didn't buy it. Don't plan to buy it. But, if you will read the disclaimers which are conveniently and intentionally spaced well "below the fold" so they won't be visible to most users without scrolling down, you learn that "in some cases, actors were used," and that the "testimonials and examples are exceptional results, don't apply to the average purchaser. . ." etc.

    So, some or all of the people in these videos are actors and the hyped up results of $1,000s per day don't apply to the average purchaser.

    I am in total agreement with other posters who point out that this has red flags all over it.
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    • Profile picture of the author marcomeu14
      waist of time... its a scam.. pluff... whatever you want to name it...
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      Every effort has been made to accurately represent the product(s) sold through this website and their potential. Any claims made or examples given are believed to be accurate, however, should not be relied on in any way in making a decision whether or not to purchase. Any testimonials and examples used are exceptional results, don't apply to the average purchaser and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. Each individual's success depends on his or her background, dedication, desire and motivation as well as other factors not always known and sometimes beyond control. There is no guarantee you will duplicate the results stated here. You recognize any business endeavour has inherent risk for loss of capital.
      In some cases actors have been used. This is a new system and there are no typical results. This product does not guarantee income or success, and examples of the product owner's and other person's results do not represent an indication of future success or earnings.
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  • Profile picture of the author Neil.H
    It's a shame they have to resort to this kind of marketing to get sales. If the exit pops as a last resort offer the product for $9 and as Josh (the affiliate) is saying 'the marketers don't care about the money off the front end' then start the price at $9 and pop exit for their email and give it away!

    They start the price higher hoping to get newbies, and know some will backout and keep hustling until the $9. Then once they have been hooked, the real fun begins with all the upsells. And if the customer shows they have some money buying the upsells, will likely at some point get offered some type of coaching where you can expect true success or something like that.

    The product might be okay and work well at creating mobile sites, but why does the video talk like it requires little work to earn huge amounts money, and in reality it requires a lot of work selling offline. Showing a load of stats from clicksure, which I'd love to see is actually from selling to local businesses and not just sales from other similar promotions.

    I wouldn't be surprised if SWREG drop these type of blind offers soon, just like other networks have done so already. Meaning another service marketers can no longer use.

    Anyone promoting these blind offers to their customers/subscribers shows only one thing is important to them and that's get the money, get the money, oh and not forgeting their name on the leaderboards!


    And Josh, using the dealership example doesn't really compare to the kind of tactics being used on these offers. Now I would compare it, say if the dealership had revolving doors, through here sir, that's the exit [offer] no thanks, okay through this door sir [offer] and so on.

    Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post


    It's EXACTLY the same as the dealership example apart from one thing. A car costs money to build, then you've got the overheads of the dealership and so on, meaning you can't come down that much on the price - not to mention that a $5,000 discount on a $49,000 product is pretty much the same as offering a $40 discount on a $49 product.
    Doesn't the software cost money to develop? doesn't the seller have costs such as customer support, updates, fees and so on.

    Stop with the offline examples, give some online ones that remotely come close to tatics we're seeing with these blind offers?

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  • Profile picture of the author kiwilyndarose
    I bought it - had to see what it was and was keen to get a look at mobile sites in general as they interest me. I paid either $17 or $19 but also bought upsells and probably paid too much for those.
    I hate the video's - can't believe I actually sat through most of them - just wanted to see what they were as it arrived in my mail box so many times.
    But the product is ok. I could go and sell some of those sites and be comfortable with that. I won't be pretending that i am building the flashest site in the universe and I think it's very applicable to local business. But - I doubt that $250 to $500 per month to build, host and maintain would be viable in the community I live in. Might target elsewhere though. I think I could sell these sites for $100 /m with good reason. The 6 webinars are reasonable - targeted at newbies I guess - I am slightly more than a newbie but not as experienced as many of you posting here so I guess it's all a matter of perspective.

    I think that there is some value in this - but not to make the type of $ they say. Who believes that anyway? I am over it when it comes to seeing peoples sales figures in video's.
    And support answered my questions.
    It's not so bad - I got totally ripped by someone else recently and that experience makes this one look fabulous.

    will post about that I guess.
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    • Profile picture of the author Starlighter
      Bought this with one upsell and pretty soon realized most of this site was one big upsell for other products and services. Plus the guy is obviously an actor.

      Anyway, I requested a refund 4 times since May 3 and I want to report I finally got a refund on my 2 purchases May 22. It took about 3 weeks but I got them.

      Just FYI.

      I submitted the refund requests through their support ticket system and one through the toll free number they have to call.
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      • Profile picture of the author joe ferdinando
        I signed up and got the otos. I found once in that it was not what they advertised in the videos.

        What they are selling is "easy mobile builder" for $49 , they renamed it and packaged it as Mobile Money Code!

        They offer tutorial videos labeled as webinars!

        They upsell some basic mobile website tools and ecourses also relabled!

        Stay away!

        Everything they offer is found for 90% lower cost right here in the forum and online on reseller sites!
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      • Profile picture of the author rivermom66
        Originally Posted by Starlighter View Post

        Bought this with one upsell and pretty soon realized most of this site was one big upsell for other products and services. Plus the guy is obviously an actor.

        Anyway, I requested a refund 4 times since May 3 and I want to report I finally got a refund on my 2 purchases May 22. It took about 3 weeks but I got them.

        Just FYI.

        I submitted the refund requests through their support ticket system and one through the toll free number they have to call.
        I am trying to find out how to even get back on to the website so that I can request a refund and I cannot get there for some reason. Can anyone give me an 800 number or tell me how I can get to the website so that I can request a refund? I invested in the social media package and the YouTube package before realizing that (after he says it is completely free and the sites are downloaded directly to my computer)there was nothing being downloaded to my computer, I tried to go back to the original page to get to the main forum for members and I was locked out. I need help Please, I wasted almost $400 before realizing that I had just been ripped off. I am a single mom trying to get disability and I do not have any steady income so this really hurt me. I should have known better but I bought the whole "absolutely free" garbage hook, line, and sinker.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mailnoi
    Thank you for your sharings.
    It's awsome that we were discussing about a promo video that starts with "get thousands of $ with a few clics"...how could anybody believe that with a few clics someone can get money immediately?
    I'm really fascinated that we continously search for the "Saint App GRAIL" that we'll free ourselves to have to work....is like the lottery market, buy every "push of a button" product that is launched and maybe one day somebody will deliver what he promisses! But never will happen because our comon sense told us (but we didn't want to listen to) that if was so f++king easy they don't need us to push a button...
    Good luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author jsp
      Originally Posted by Mailnoi View Post

      Thank you for your sharings.
      It's awsome that we were discussing about a promo video that starts with "get thousands of $ with a few clics"...how could anybody believe that with a few clics someone can get money immediately?
      I'm really fascinated that we continously search for the "Saint App GRAIL" that we'll free ourselves to have to work....is like the lottery market, buy every "push of a button" product that is launched and maybe one day somebody will deliver what he promisses! But never will happen because our comon sense told us (but we didn't want to listen to) that if was so f++king easy they don't need us to push a button...
      Good luck!
      Thanks for the advice. I too was hooked in for the first five seconds, but then I realized that it was a sales hype video. The actors in this advertisement are being paid more than what you will ever earn from this system if you buy it. When a marketing video presents hype and does not show you what is really going on or how it works, then it probably does not.

      I watched the entire presentation hoping, like many of you, that this just might have something to it. But I was wrong, there is nothing to it. No explanations what soever. There is no honesty here either. Greg says to the newbies, "Click here, click here, click here and click here". Then you listen to him talk again for awhile waiting for the clock to stop ticking. And then to the newbies amazement...$$$$$$$$$ more than they ever expected in such a short period of time. What Greg does not show you is how he does it. He says FREE but you are asked to "HELP" the cause for $49. But if you X out, the price drops and if you X again, the price drops lower. You get my point.

      I did not buy it. I came here to the war room and read the reviews. I am glad I did not buy it. But I can confirm this.

      If you want to set up a web site you can do it simply and easily with 1and1.com - Professional solutions for Website, Domain, Hosting or godaddy.com to mention two website builders and hosting services. I am not going to market them, just mentioning them.

      MobileMoneyCode is a joke. From what I have read, it is a simple mobile website builder that you have to sell to local businesses. Yes, you could go into the web world and try to get retail or business customers, but that will take up time and money. If you go local, you would be better off building the website first for free. Go and visit the local business and show them what you did for them for free. And see if you could sell them on the idea. I think you would have a tough sell in any scenario. But I will not stop any one from venturing out to make a sale or name for him/her self.

      Yes, there are more cell phones than computers. But less smart phones than computers. So only those with smart phones will be accessing the web.

      Greg is selling his "Get rich software" on the basis that is a mobile money making program. Well it is only the software to make a mobile functioning website. There are many free or low cost software programs that do this already. And most hosting services are converting websites automatically. For example, my website for my home improvement business is not set up for the mobile world, but it is scene and functional and I did not make it for mobile. I use 1and1.com - Professional solutions for Website, Domain, Hosting and it is less than $100 /year.

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      I know, what can work and I came to THE WAR ROOM to find out, is how to be able to put the products that are available on the internet on a page of my website that gives search ability for anything. And if someone buys it, I get a commission. If you go to Walmart.com and search for a product you want to buy. You will find products that Walmart does not even sell. But if you buy it, on their site, they will ship it to you or ship it to your nearest store. You get what you ordered and Walmart made a sale of something they do not even carry. Now that is what I want to set up. And I hope to meet up with a programmer here to see if we can make that a reality.

      But back to MobileMoneyCode.com it is not what you are hoping for. It is a scam. It is a method of money leaving your pocket. It is a ripoff.

      Hope to hear back from someone or many on my idea mentioned above.

      Have a safe Labor Day America.
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  • Profile picture of the author melodeas
    Don't Buy Don't Buy! i bought the program and what you see on the salespage is not what you get on the backend. The whole program is setup for you to pay for hosting thru them! the hosting package they are trying to push is over $100. Not to mention all the links in the backoffice to buy stuff. Save your money! i wish i did
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  • Profile picture of the author BobLoder
    Phewww! Does anyone believe in divine intervention?

    I attempted to purchase Mobile Money Code this morning - in fact, I attempted three times! All three times PayPal declined my purchase. I know I have sufficient funds, so I finally backed off.

    I Googled Mobile Money Code, and ultimately found this thread after wading through those pseudo-reviews.

    Initially, I felt like a fool, but soon I felt blessed to have found your comments.

    Thank you all for the heads-up!!

    If it sounds to good to be true . . . .

    Sometimes we want to believe. 8^)
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    • Profile picture of the author Jackaroo
      Originally Posted by BobLoder View Post

      Phewww! Does anyone believe in divine intervention?

      I attempted to purchase Mobile Money Code this morning - in fact, I attempted three times! All three times PayPal declined my purchase. I know I have sufficient funds, so I finally backed off.

      I Googled Mobile Money Code, and ultimately found this thread after wading through those pseudo-reviews.

      Initially, I felt like a fool, but soon I felt blessed to have found your comments.

      Thank you all for the heads-up!!

      If it sounds to good to be true . . . .

      Sometimes we want to believe. 8^)
      Sad that there are people without a conscience robbing others openly like this.
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      • Profile picture of the author charmedinga
        I am not able to work due to a car accident so I thought this was a great way to make some money . Greg made it look so easy and convincing . So I borrowed $ 50.00 from my son on a Mastercard Debit card thinking I will be able to pay him back + more .With as much money they said I could make I had big dreams to help my family , charities, and myself So I went and purchased the Mobile Money Code . I received nothing so I clicked on the support@MobileMoneyCode.com To find out the link is a fake . Now I have to find a way to reimburse my son for the $50.00 and get the $ 49.00 I spent back . I truly hope these people are stopped . People work really hard for their paychecks and it is not right that they (I) am scammed out of money. If anyone knows how I can get the money back I lost please let me know.
        Thank You Charmedinga-
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      • Profile picture of the author charmedinga
        BobLoder ,
        You are very fortunate to have divine intervention . I wish I had . I lost the $49.00 that I didn't have to begin with. I borrowed from my Son with no way of getting it back.
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  • Profile picture of the author trevstar22
    I got it about a month ago. I was was really pissed off because I
    could not download what I had paid for until I listerned to a video
    which was about 30 minutes or more telling me what I brought was worthless without the special blah blah blah upsell, after I turned that down there was ANOTHER lengthy upsell, then ANOTHER one
    all telling me what I just purhased is no good without blah, blah,
    blah. So I asked myself if the product is no good without spending
    hundreds more I will get a refund. I was also very annoyed at their
    over the top sales tactics.
    I found two support emails and requested refunds over the course of a few weeks NO REPLY to about 5 requests. I then initiated a dispute
    with paypal. That got their attention and the money was refunded.
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  • Profile picture of the author annieflora
    Don't buy. It's a fraud. I bought mine for $49 and it hurts my heart. All false promises. No customer service as the discontinue their phone service, and worst they never answer my emails. I have been requesting a refund and non-one respond. Please stay away from their offer
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    • Profile picture of the author bassboy
      Originally Posted by annieflora View Post

      Don't buy. It's a fraud. I bought mine for $49 and it hurts my heart. All false promises. No customer service as the discontinue their phone service, and worst they never answer my emails. I have been requesting a refund and non-one respond. Please stay away from their offer
      Contact click sure directly, they cancelled mine in minutes;

      Refund and Billing Support Lines Only

      United States

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      0800 098 8030

      +1 888-583-3688

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      billing@clicksuresupport.com


      P.s sorry about the dodgy paste,I'm on my iPad, not the best for these tasks
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      • Profile picture of the author zkhan144
        If it's too good 2 be true... Run )))

        All actors spoke in a "scripted" tone, so unnatural n so scam'ish (is that a word?) LoL!!

        If the BIG Gurus are promoting, perhaps we should list their names here...

        I'm afraid many will buy coz people buy "hope"
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnLim
        Hi
        Is there anyone out there who has purchased mobile money code facing any problem with the service?
        I have purchased the product a year ago and have been using it ever since then. The last 1 month having a lot of problem - info/file in the account etc gone missing. Raised tickets to but they cant even resolve the problem and answered somethings else instead. The latest, I was told "We cannot be able to help you with your issue if you're not on our record".
        If you have not bought, perhaps should think twice beforehand.
        Tks
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  • Profile picture of the author bassboy
    Got sent the link a few days ago opened it up before watched the video, wasted 1 hour of my life, every thing was so ridiculously fake, but for some reason I was intreged at what it was, I knew that it you are not going to make any where that, had 60 day refund so didnt have anything to lose. But the worst part is that it never tells you what it does, how it does it or even give a brief description. As soon as I to to the first upsell about purchasing pre made sites I knew right then it wasn't going to work nor was I going to waste my time with the app... I declined all the up sells then immediately rang click sure and got my transaction cancelled...hadn't even got my account set up to access the app... But by the looks of it, I wasn't missing out on much.

    I will now be unsubscribing from the persons list who sent me such crap.
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  • Profile picture of the author chauncy57
    I have bought the product and attended the first webinar. I made a site and sold it to a customer. On the second video I told the presenter about the site and they reviewed it on the second webinar. The site url is jessuppizza.com. View it on your iphone it looks pretty good and it was very easy to do.

    But the problem I am having now is I cannot get the program to run. I emailed tech support 4 times but no response. The telephone # doesn't work anymore. I sent an email through the kyiak support but still no contact.

    Has anybody been able to contact then as of 6/15/2013. If so would you please give me the contact #.

    If anybody has any idea what the problem could be would you please get back to me.
    Chauncy57
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    • Profile picture of the author cabenb
      This kind of sales pitches make me laugh........... Common!! It's to funny to get angry with these poor *******s. Although it's an insult to everyone with a single brain cell working. So fake, so over promising.

      Are these people able to look them-self in the eye in the mirror each morning before they go to 'work'?

      I feel sorry for these kind of people to be honest. Really............
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    • Profile picture of the author paymecellular
      Try this number
      1-213-337-3149
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      • Profile picture of the author foundtheway
        I did and they say I have reached them outside of business hours, and it is not!
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        • Profile picture of the author foundtheway
          Originally Posted by foundtheway View Post

          I did and they say I have reached them outside of business hours, and it is not!
          Thanks but even free, I would not want MMC. It is a scam to say the least.
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      • Profile picture of the author foundtheway
        Originally Posted by paymecellular View Post

        Try this number
        1-213-337-3149
        paymecellular, did you get any money back?
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    • Profile picture of the author foundtheway
      You named the problem, they never get back with you. What they teach in a webinar might be great, but where is the training and assistance beyond that?
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    • Profile picture of the author foundtheway
      Originally Posted by chauncy57 View Post

      I have bought the product and attended the first webinar. I made a site and sold it to a customer. On the second video I told the presenter about the site and they reviewed it on the second webinar. The site url is jessuppizza.com. View it on your iphone it looks pretty good and it was very easy to do.

      But the problem I am having now is I cannot get the program to run. I emailed tech support 4 times but no response. The telephone # doesn't work anymore. I sent an email through the kyiak support but still no contact.

      Has anybody been able to contact then as of 6/15/2013. If so would you please give me the contact #.

      If anybody has any idea what the problem could be would you please get back to me.
      Chauncy57
      chauncey57, here's what I have done.. trying to help here. GET OUT!.. call your bank or credit card company and dispute the charge. That is what I finally had to do and I hope tomorrow to have some success on the refund. I was in the 60 days.. But I now have found the greatest company and they offer FANTASTIC training 1 on 1. I would be glad to show it to anyone interested. It is working great for me and I have been looking for a long time.
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  • Profile picture of the author sdentrepreneur
    I looked into this because many of my Offline Business clients ask for Mobile Websites. From what I see, there is a decent platform to make mobile friendly sites which may be worth the $49.00 but what I don't get is the Built For You Mobile Sites, I think you are supposed to find other industry related affiliate programs and get ranked from a Mobile Search prospective on Google then earn commissions from all these Affiliate sales? Does that make sense? Confused.....to say the least.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Publisher1953
    Last night, I received some spam that led to the video. Entertaining, in a sad sort of way -- all of the negative stereotypes about internet marketing are expressed in this story. My journalistic instincts led me to the "root" and an intriguing YouTube video where the promoter is pitching affiliates on the opportunity. I took things a step further, signed up for the JV platforms, even to the point of discovering the suggested email scripts (suitable for the spammy emails)

    (I'm not sure if this video is the originator's work, or just one of the high level affiliates promoting it -- but you'll see where this takes you)


    Briefly, I thought, "why not play the game too" -- I've obtained access to a bulk email service provider who, in addition to providing me tools that allow me to overcome spam blocks with throw-away IP addresses, threw in 200,000 names supposedly relevant to my business niche. I could take one of the mobile money code recommended and tested email scripts, fire up the spam -- and maybe make a few dollars.

    Then better sense took over. I'm not in the business of ripping people off. In any case, the bulk email server operates at present in a way that could be quite easily tracked back to me (not a problem for its intended use -- sending bulk unrequested informative emails without selling messages, for specific target audiences). If I wanted to travel down the dark side, i would need to study and play even deeper into the subterranian reaches of the Internet, and while occasionally I like to take a bit of risk, I don't think I'll jump off this cliff.
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  • Profile picture of the author freeiHelp
    I knew it was a scam!

    The sender used in the "from" of the email my mentor's name - Vick Strizheus - That's why I opened it.

    BE CAREFUL with this guys.

    Thanks for the info.

    -Mariano
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  • Profile picture of the author calumson
    Oh come on guys...stop it already...pick a great network role up your sleeves and get to work...the stuff works just do it...
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  • Profile picture of the author slappy2013
    This is by far the worst set of videos i have ever seen in 10 years of watching offers.

    All Actors all fake.

    People, Mobile Sites are a simple to make

    Here is the real code.

    Wordpress and WP touch or a mobile theme.

    After buying the themes this will cost you the price of the domain only.

    Your Welcome I am calling this Keith's mobile truth code. haha

    Tommorow, wake up and go to your local businesses and ask them if they would like to buy a mobile website. Tell me how that goes. rediculous

    What a rediculous joke. I watched this video. over 100k likes. I wonder how many outsourcers had to create fake accounts to do that. Notice none of you have one friend that have liked this.

    That wasn't his house, not his car, not his weird random clients. All Fake.

    Caveat Emptor
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  • Yea this one smelled fishy from the jump. Might as well have been pitching a ticket to heaven on this one... And I'll get Arnold for my next sales video
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    • Profile picture of the author nobluff
      Just unsubscribed from the list that tried to promote this shit.
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  • Profile picture of the author NINJA85
    I'm so naive and purchased this.

    Then I kept getting up selled , then as I tried to leave, there were more discounts and so I had to shut my computer off before I got rid of the ******.

    I requested a refund on click sure and it says I have been refunded, I don't see any activity in my online bank account, if click sure says they have refunded does that mean that if is completed or is there like a 6month wait or have I been refunded?

    Can't believe I fell for this, I spent about $300 , even with the fake acting.
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  • Profile picture of the author 34ever
    If you've been scammed and/or have joined the many other victims who never received any refund, file a complaint with the FTC:
    https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.go...d.aspx?Lang=en
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  • Profile picture of the author 34ever
    To see who are the "top super affiliates" who are promoting "the Ronnie boys" stuff:
    Mobile Money Code - Official JV Invite!

    ...listen to their video testimonials and if possible stay away from all of them. Their mission is to make money, nothing else. Yet making money should be the result, the result of delighting the customers through continuous innovation.
    These "muchachos" focus directly on making money...especially for them of course.
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  • Profile picture of the author foxrun
    Wow I just save myself from making a bad purchase, great post
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  • Profile picture of the author Luthier777
    Yep, stupidly bought it as one of my first forays into on-line marketing. Quickly realised it was complete rubbish and have been asking for a refund on numerous occasions, yes through the 'right' channels.
    Their silence has been deafening. Steer well clear!
    Everytime they send an email telling me something I already know I simply reply asking for a refund. I wonder how long it will take?
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  • Profile picture of the author pharvie
    So now my two cents.... Righht at the start of the video he states OUT LOUD that he is PAYING IT FORWARD??? When exactly did paying it forward cost 250 dollars?? That's not paying it forward, Now don't get me wrong, everyone needs to profit online, and deserves too. I am just tired of having to fork out $2000 before I make a dime. For that price I can hire a web designer to design a website of my choosing and plunk it on page one of google FOR me! Anyway, just went past the part with the daughter, that is some soap opera bad acting right there.. anyway, I will not pass judgment as I have not used this product, but with the experience I do have, I see that this will not make you money very easily.
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  • Profile picture of the author pharvie
    And you don't even get to see the screen they are pushing here and here on? come on.... No over the shoulder view, screams fake!

    How bout a little honesty, there is NO push button technology that is going to make you rich in minutes!

    This product is just as fake as all the rest. Save your money. Online marketing takes work.
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    • Profile picture of the author GCSitts
      I'm new here but it didn't take me long to learn to come here before I buy online business software. Almost took the opening offer when it got to $9, then decided I was just buying into a mess of spammy upgrade offers. Very boring video but I let it run while I did other work on other screens, until the end. I felt like I should wipe the slime off the screen when it was over.
      In case you want to see the actual shots of his "mansion", Google map his whois street address; 370 Broad St Eatontown, NJ.
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      • Profile picture of the author bizadpros
        Mobile Websites is hot and will be for awhile.

        This Mobile Money Code "product" is a real joke...as you can catch on when you close the main page and get 4 other funnel pages that reduce the price to $9...hmmm.

        Folks, if you want to sell mobile websites, you can get some of the best products right here on this forum, as well as other products on JVZoo.

        I have tried several products and am actually making a lot of sales with a product based on WordPress (that actually scores 100% mobile-friendliness scores - right out of the box.

        If you are trying to make a quick buck with mobile - since it is hot...Don't Do It.

        Selling mobile websites is no MLM and get rich method...you have to go out and "Sale" a real product to real business people.

        Too many people want to jump on the newest "internet" thing, just to make a quick buck...

        Mobile websites (and Apps) are not the newest, but they are one of the most needed products and service out there.

        So, get a real business set up and make real mobile websites - not this pretty video laid out mess.
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  • Profile picture of the author scaifea
    Seems to me like the product is pukker, but you just have to work damn hard to get the sales in; not easy money at all. Buyer beware.
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  • Profile picture of the author ZNICK
    LOL, what a SCAM!

    The video shows a guy making $1200 in a few minutes after signing up. So what happened? He put an app on his phone and POOF, money appeared!

    I guess that app went out and contacted 3-5 business owners on his behalf, got orders from all of them, then created their web sites.

    I love it... I should be so dishonest.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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    Am I in the minority in saying that I actually like this program and was able to see past the hype in the sales copy? Folks, you won't make $12k overnight with this, but you can make some good money with if if you put a little work Into it. Think of this more as a method to make good money, not an overnight end to your money problems and you'll do much better with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author nemious
    This is a scam due to the fact that the video demonstrated a great deal of deception or misleading information if you cant be honest in your sales video why should I give you money. The next reason why I wouldn't but it is because threw out the whole video he did not once list one feature. Then to top it off you get sucked in to a huge sales funnel that you have to repeatedly go down and click the no thank you link. I know that sales funnels are the thing but come on they have to have a end.
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  • We bought the original last year, and of course got the refund. There is very little to even count here on the program, other than training and like others said, WP PLUGIN, which you can get for free. (Covert your pages to mobile). The big upsell is that you buy CPA traffic. This is a WASTE, dont do it. I will cover a review over at warriorgurureview.com soon on this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nicole Thomas
    Its just a total fake; Video is like watching a combination of drama + magic lol. Have seen many complaining about the same. Better to be safe and don't even try to check it out!!!

    I have written a guest post on the same which you can find in my signature.

    Don't try it
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  • Profile picture of the author hiphil
    If it's on Click Sure don't buy it.

    In my experience, Click Sure don't honor their guarantees, and I will never purchase anything through them again.

    Before purchasing ANY money making product, always check it out on the Warrior Forum first.
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  • Profile picture of the author klinks
    This marketing for this crappy product resurfaced in my inbox today. Amazes me how someone can put out a product, tell you nothing about it (other than the latest buzzwords) and generate so much hype. Don't fall for it Warriors!
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  • Profile picture of the author tomson
    I was wondering Who are the actors? maybe will try face recognition to identify them

    Laughing at the scene where - "Honey, can you come here for a second...."
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    I didn't understand how all the graph are getting bigger in real time
    The house on the set is not the house of the actor and his "wife"... thats a fact....
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  • Profile picture of the author wil4dgc
    ayaya, the sales video looked too rehashed, most systems reveal a bit of how the system works. I think they invested a lot to get the actors and fancy cars, gosh, it was just too much of a movie. Just when i thought the Amazing machine sales videos were long over-hashed this tops it all off.
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  • Profile picture of the author tesla0157
    thanks for the information, i am looking for something simple because i do not have any computer skills, i have bought many systems and the support s**ks on all of them, i am a research scientist and have developed some earth shaking products that will kill a trillion industry, i looking for a way to market and make more money in other ways thanks tesla01
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  • Profile picture of the author tesla0157
    i did buy this system and did not get any support thanks, i only lost 49 dollars, tesla0157
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  • Profile picture of the author Lana71
    This is an email I sent to Mobile Money Code, the BBB, here to you and on a very popular blog I own. I thought I would share this with you in case anyone was inquiring about or considering purchasing. DO NOT BE A VICTIM!!!!

    I Lana A****d, on this 6th day of April in the year 2014, do hereby cancel any and all communications, contacts and accounts I have with this company, ( I cannot list the company name, as there are too many that they have used, so I am unsure which to list) any company or persons affiliated with this company and hereby revoke any and all permission to make any withdraws, debits or any other form of activity, other than a credit of $4.97 from said visa ending in 7**1 that was used in the initial signup for this bogus, borderline fraudulent and suspicious company!!!! Due to false advertisement, I do hereby demand a credit of $4.97 be issued to the same Visa card that was charged when signing up for this account.

    I feel the $4.97 fee, was to make me endure a horrific and poorly executed video, that quite frankly, you should have paid me to endure that mess! That is 30 minutes of my life I can never get back and I am truly traumatized having watched it! And... $4.97 was WAY too much and I over paid!
    Yes, I could have pressed "stop"- however, I thought I was watching a video on "how to make money at home"- which is what I thought I paid for... as he stated in the early part of the video, "Grab a pen and paper so you can write this down"... Clearly that never happened!

    So, this is my take on the "product" and my synopsis on the "video"...

    This "product" Is in NO WAY what he claims it to be, is not as simple or as legitimate as "Greg" states or makes it sound. There was no "4 clicks and you're done" anywhere! All it was, was up-selling right out of the gate! Upgrade here, buy there, upgrade more, buy more! Then when you decline and click "no thank you, Sophia" you are taken to another page where it is more, Upgrade here, buy there, upgrade more, but this time they throw in a line that says "if you upgrade now (if you're smart you will)" - **Holy shit! Did they just say every consumer is stupid if they don't upgrade?!** That my friends is pure MOXY in the truest form!
    After the 3nd decline and AGAIN click "no thank you, Sophia", you are then finally directed to the dreaded "video" page...
    The page reads verbatim... "**ATTENTION** Before you start, please watch the video below. Watch this IMPORTANT video now, it will change your life forever". So, I push play and the entire time it is playing, below it is a banner that says "IMMEDIATE $20 (which is crossed out) DISCOUNT, (in very small letters it says) Lifetime access only $49.00, LIMITED TIME: Get another $20.00 back in FREE PayPer Click Traffic to ignite your income immediately starting right now. No Gimmicks, No Rebills, Make money or it's free."

    **THE VIDEO-The acting was cringe worthy at best... We are lead to believe that Greg, his wife and now his children, are multimillionaires...
    Greg rolls up to his amazingly beautiful multimillion dollar home, in a $350 thousand dollar Ferrari... And The "Wife"??? She looks like she has lead a hard life on the streets, hasn't had a shower in a while and looks as though with all those millions she doesn't own a brush or know what a salon is or simply loves the trees she hugs more than combing her hair, but you'd think that they would at least take the birds from their nest long enough to shoot the video she was in for 45 seconds... She in no way fit the "typical" look of a woman with money.

    The "son"... WOW! His acting was better than the sister, but that's not really saying much. "They fell on hard times" and he wasn't sure that "mom and dad having to work 2 jobs to put food on the table" sounded good enough, so he went for "mom and dad I love you and we've gone through some rough times, and sometimes you would have to work 2 *stall*... and 3 jobs just to put food on the table and it was hard on us not knowing if we were going to make it, but now look at us, dad I am so proud of you and I'm happy that you gave me the "code" because now I am a millionaire and I love you for that."
    WTF?! He loves you now that you have money and now that you made him "rich"?? Way to find out if your kids love you! lol

    Then comes the "daughter", she was just painful to watch, however, I did laugh at her quite a bit! She should have rehearsed her lines far more than she did, if she did at all?! She said basically the same thing the brother did but struggled a lot with her lines... They should have given her HUGE cue cards or an ear piece with someone telling her, her lines at least! The only difference between brother and sister other than the shitty acting, was she has kids and she "never knew if her kids would see their grandparents because the rentals (parents) were never around when they were growing up, because the rentals were always working 2, or 3 jobs, (still not sure how many and I'm not sure they know either lol) just to be able to put food on the table, but now that they have the "code", she and her children never have to worry about money again and now her kids get to grow up with their grandparents and go on vacations with them." all because of the "code" daddy made.

    Who needs American Express when you have shitty scammers and equally shitty actors like those in this video... Priceless!
    I look at it like this... I just spent $5.00 to watch a really shitty bunch of people trying to act and who are as equally shitty liars and scammers!
    To all the people involved in this scam; You may be sitting high on the hog now... But, one day your karma will come to all those involved in this bullshit scam! Whoever is responsible for "A to Z", "mobile money code", "members4easykits" "EasyKits.org" and all the other names used that IDK, and I don't want to take the time to list, you should be ashamed of yourselves, but it is abundantly clear that you have no moral fiber or conduct, absolutely no ethical character and clearly zero conscience! lastly... How many people do you think believe, that you have many multimillionaires on standby 24/7 ready, willing and able to give us, poor unimportant, non-millionaires, support at 3:00 am? Really?!
    There is such a thing as OVERKILL, and you met, topped and exceeded it many times over! Just some friendly advise... Subtlety goes a LONG way! Better yet, seeing how you clearly like to GO BIG and do things in excess... On your next poorly made video, try subliminal messages, maybe that way you can sucker people into believing your load of pure steaming pile of bullshit!

    For those of you who would like to see that I am not alone in my rant and concerns, please feel free to check out this site.
    http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...oney-code.html
    Look Mobile Money Code... 1 of hundreds of sites dedicated just for you! Popular!!

    And to the "support staff" to whom this is supposed to reach, yet any means of "support" never seems to happen... "live chats" non-existent, phone calls... Also non-existent, No live people, just lousy music played. Way to run a business! Oh wait... HA-HA, You already have their money, you owe the people nothing now! Sorry, what was I thinking? Momentary laps of reason there for a minute. My bad.
    I have added this to my very popular blog!
    In closing... I hope that you all fail miserably and that you are seen and exposed for the possible fraudulent "people" that you are. I have also sent a letter to the BBB and with any luck, your little scam will be shut down and you'll all get the distinct honor of an audit!
    Sincerely,
    Lana.
    PS... Don't forget my refund and feel free to pay me for the 3 hours I will never get back for having to watch that horrible video which in turn infuriated me into delving deeper into finding out who you are and in closing, having to write emails and report you to the BBB.

    Their reply to me...
    We have received your request and will get back to you with further details shortly. You can login to the support center or check your mailbox for further updates.Your Ticket ID #YKL-932-38245

    Here are a few of their "Private sites" so maybe you can see what they don't want you to see unless you pay... Not sure if they will work, but it's worth a shot.

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  • Profile picture of the author Amine Boudhief
    Wow I think it would be a good Product this one.
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    • Profile picture of the author joe ferdinando
      Stay away from this one!

      What they are selling is EasyMobiBuilder under a different name brand.

      They don't tell you this but the whole product is a package on how to sell mobile websites. Its has a bunch of Free products found on the net packaged with the rebranded EasyMobiBuilder

      If you want EasyMobiBuilder go direct to EasyMobiBuilder!

      They keep EasyMobiBuilder hidden from you till you purchaes and upgrade!
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  • Profile picture of the author Azintbiz
    Hi folks. I will see if I get my $49 back after reading all of these post. I'm sure I don't understand anything about internet business. Could someone point me in a real direction to help supplement my income. I have a very sick 27 year old Son and am having a hard time helping him. Anyone out there that can show me something real that could with work turn into something he can do without leaving the house. Thanks folks. Tim

    Oh by by the way, they just asked me for $2500 to $3500 to invest in getting to a level where I could generate an income. The $49 was for the learn yourself program with not much or no help? Thought you should know
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  • Profile picture of the author davidcant
    I would like to report all the spam and get it stopped. I get email after email day after day with no way of stopping them from coming. I did get a refund after about 3 months, i just want the emails to stop....
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