Website: Online Empire Maker
Owner: Unknown (alias)
What Is Online Empire Maker?
This is not a product within itself. It’s a misleading video sales page created by an anonymous MOBE affiliate. It’s purely designed to get people shelling out $97 for a re-packaged version of My Top Tier Business (MTTB). The same MTTB that sells all day every day for $49 on the official website, it is also known as a ‘front end product’.
The primary objective of this product is to funnel people into more sales. Once the customer is in the door with their credit card out going through the ‘training’ they are then convinced to buy into the MOBE mlm opportunity, the real program. The first up-sell is a re-seller license kit for almost $2,500. This purchase is required if you are to obtain the $500 guarantee they use to lure people into this. They conveniently leave that part out though.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with high ticket products provided they deliver value for money. While they do have some value I can safely say you don’t need to buy these to be successful online.
I’m willing to bet the testimonials in the sales video are performed by paid actors, but in this case I was unable to actually prove it. My last review of a similar website shows how common it is for Lloyd’s hustlers though. Believe what you will about this one, I personally think the claims speak volumes and I’m gonna call a spade a spade.
Actor 1: “I made $3000 in my first 2 days and I felt as if I’d done nothing”
Actor 2: “I got 3 cheques in my first week, 1 was for $1000 and the other 2 were for $3000″
Actor 3: ” I’m now a millionaire in my first 7 months with this program”
Those testimonials are followed by some anonymous guru stating that you will literally put your hands between your legs and watch the money pour in while “a team of experts does it all for you”.
For crying out loud.. really? Making money online takes work and effort and anyone telling you otherwise is not trying to help you. I cannot overstate this enough.
Time Sensitive or Exclusive? Nope.
Throughout the presentation we are constantly reminded of the fact that it’s all so super ‘secret’ and ‘time sensitive’ blah blah. It’s not exclusive and there’s no limit to how many can join. End of story. This is a recruiting business and as such, the entire aim is to recruit as many people as possible. Have you ever heard of an network marketing company limiting new member recruitment Neither have I.
They also throw in a claim in their terms page about the newness of this product:
Earning potential is entirely dependent on the person using our product, their ideas and techniques. This is a new product and system and as such there is no history of earnings from its use.
For a fact, MOBE has been around for many years so this is simply not true.
What I Liked
What I Didn’t Like
- Textbook guru hype- the worst of it’s kind
- Make it appear as though you will not need to work to create success which is utter nonsense
The sales video is entirely ridiculous in every respect. Period. I hate seeing people misled by rubbish websites like this because I’ve been there myself and know what it’s like. You join up all excited, looking forward to making money then you get the cold hard slap of reality. You’ve been mislead by another sneaky guru.
You’re left feeling frustrated, disappointed and lost about how to build a legitimate online business. It is possible to make money with MOBE but it takes some serious recruiting to get into the 1% of those that do. You sure as hell won’t get there by “letting others do the work for you” as the sale video states.
At least now you know what this is really about and if you want to sign up you can buy this straight from the company website itself for half the price.