Website: Patriot Funnel System
Owner: Jason & Erika
What Is The Patriot Funnel System (PFS)?
First of all, it’s not a system in itself, it’s just a sales page to sell a re-branded version of MTTB.
MTTB is a 21 step product (AKA glorified sales page) designed to funnel people into MOBE.
The website’s domain name is registered to Matt Lloyd (owner of MOBE) but apparently the people behind PFS are a married couple known as Jason and Erika. The couple are said to have been in the military until one day they discovered the opportunity that led to their financial freedom.
From a marketing point of view, the ‘patriot concept’ is kinda smart. It reduces the level of risk in a prospects mind since the pitch is coming from people we’ve come to trust and respect. Is the military part of their story real? Probably. Does that mean they personally make tons of money and you will too just by paying the $49? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple and there is a lot more to the story than this.
The first thing you’ll be convinced to buy after purchasing PFS is a MOBE re-seller licence for $2,497. This allows you to start making commissions when you recruit more people to do the same as you. There are many more upsells though ranging well into the $10,000’s and in order to earn the higher commissions they speak of you must purchase higher priced products/ membership positions.
Here’s a screenshot taken from the compensation plan:
The name of this game is convincing as many people as possible to buy the $49 product, then the system takes care of the rest. Whenever one of your referrals buys any one of the addittional products being promoted to them, you earn the commission.
This is how a ‘tiered’ model works and there’s no doubt it’s a smart concept. There is also nothing wrong with high ticket products as long as they provide people with value for money. That is something you really should decide for yourself.
The Reality Of Success With This System
One of the biggest things about the PFS system I’m not keen on is how they tell people it’s all going to be super simple and easy…
That is simply not true and in my opinion, it’s pretty misleading. In fact, only 4% of all MOBE affiliates make more than the cost of the licence on average so if it was that simple those numbers would be vastly different. I’m sure you’d agree. Another claim they make is that all you need to do is send traffic (people surfing the net) to your links in order to make money.
This may be true to an extent but driving traffic is no easy task! There’s one of two ways you can do it in such a highly competitive niche as making money online.
Method 1: Spend tons of money on traffic- I mean tons. If you don’t know what you are doing this could result in a lot of money being wasted also so you’ll need the right training to make it profitable.
Method 2: Learn how to drive tons of free traffic to your offers. This takes more work but in my opinion it’s totally worth it as long as you’re promoting a genuine product that is. It’s possible to build a website that sends you 10,000’s of visitors each month completely free. In fact, the amount of traffic you can drive with this method is practically limitless.
Is It Worth It?
You can definitely make money with a system like this but it’s not as the sales page suggests. Anyone telling you it’s super easy and simple to make epic money online is not being straight with you. No matter who they are.
That said, PFS wasn’t quite as overhyped as some of the MOBE landing pages I’ve come across like the Money Academy who hire paid actors to give testimonials and completely mislead people about what to expect. At least this website doesn’t do that so that’s one plus.
This is a smart model but I am not a fan of leading people into something they don’t really understand. Making money online is possible but it’s not a ‘push button’ easy task by any stretch. It’s not a scam as such but I genuinely believe there are better ways to build and promote an online business. Either way, hopefully this gives you some more insight on what to expect if you do decide to join.