Website: Cheat Sheet Profits
Owner: Mason Hill (alias)
What Is Cheat Sheet Profits?
This is the work of an anonymous affiliate (Mason Hill is likely an alias) who has re-branded an existing product as his or her own. The product I am referring to is called MTTB which was designed years ago for the sole purpose of funnelling people into the underlying program known as MOBE.
Confused yet? Yep… most people are since this is a pretty elaborate gig to say the least.
A 21 step ‘training system’ that is primarily designed to funnel people into MOBE. The kicker is you’re actually being charged almost double the money for the exact same product, it sells all day for $49 on the official website. There is some value in the product but it’s not how the sales pitch makes out, there is a lot more to being successful with this.
This is an mlm company that starts at $2,497 for a re-seller license which is the first of many addittional products being sold to you throughout the system. There’s nothing wrong with paying for high priced products of course, but when you put it into the context of this particular company and the way in which is is being promoted, it’s not a pretty picture in my opinion.
What About The $500 Guarantee?
This is somewhat misleading in my opinion. Why?
As you can see, you MUST participate in the whole 21 steps which includes getting yourself qualified for re-selling. In other words, you’ll start out paying $2,497 to really be in a position to earn with this and to qualify for your $500 ‘guarantee’ the sales pitch mentions. Rest assured, you won’t come out of this so much as $1 richer if it don’t successfully recruit and sell people into this system.
The Website Itself Is Connected To a String Of Known Scams
The actual website promoting MOBE program is directly connected to a ton of generic websites who are responsible for many scams online. Some things they all have in common:
- Always use fake alias for the main presenter and fake testimonials
- Make totally ridiculous claims about income and how easy you’ll make money
- Hit you with tons of annoying spam after giving them your details
- Bogus claims about being featured on the news
I cannot tell you the amount of times I’ve come across this guy:
They simply copy and paste this across hundreds of sites promoting any number of schemes. It’s not real. Feel free to read through my list of scam alerts to see what I’m talking about. After 30 websites you’ll see exactly what I mean about generic scams and fake testimonials.
In fact, I’ve reviewed a few MOBE funnel websites in this way and one in particular actually used the same actors as testimonials in the video. As in the exact same footage!
Then about half way down (where almost no one reads) they tell you the real story:
There are other instances of their fine print that allude to this but I think you get the point. Many people report being emailed, texted and called repeatedly by the people behind these sites. They try to convince you to buy high ticket coaching and other useless products that don’t actually help you make money. I can personally attest to this since I’ve been on the receiving end myself.
I think worst case if you want to buy MTTB then you can get it cheaper from the official website itself. My biggest beef with this is how people are not being shown the full story about what it really takes to succeed with the system.
If they really did care about YOU they’d be explaining what it’s really about and how much it really costs instead of making ridiculous claims about giving you $500 for nothing and pretending the opportunity has been featured on the news etc. Misleading sales pitches like this do not help people build a legitimate online business or create success online. They simply funnel unsuspecting people into something they have no clue about and are not truly prepared for.