Website: My Success Plan Online
Owner: Anonymous/ Uses Alias
The first thing I want to clarify is that the website I am reviewing is named “Online Success Plan” but the web address is actually MySuccessPlanOnline.com. The reason is quite simple. Sites like this get a very bad reputation very quickly so they swap details around to confuse people like you who are searching for reviews.
Rest assured, they are one and the same thing. Every time I come across one of these programs it’s like opening a can of worms, for every 1 of these I find about 5 others pop up that are in some way related. They typically promote some kind of link posting scam but in this case it’s about something a little different.
The Underlying Product
The actual product is known as MTTB which is a 21 step system designed to funnel people into a high ticket multi level marketing program. The biggest lie is how it was once $15k and is now only $97…
Fun Fact: you can buy MTTB directly from the source at the official website. These people are literally selling you the exact same product for almost double the price. Cool huh?
The Sneaky Sales Tactics
There are a number of tricks these people use to lure you in and I’m going to breifly touch on these to show you what I mean.
#1 Establishing Trust
At the top of the page sits the signature move these websites use, trying to pass off a non-existent affiliation with news companies. Look a little closer…
“Work from home opportunities have been featured on CNN, ABC and FOX, NBC and USA Today”
That is EXACTLY the same as saying:
“Stuff has been seen on the news at some point relating to home business”
Pretty funny when you think about it right? These people have absolutely zero affiliation with any news company or legitimate company whatsoever. This is nothing more than an attempt to gain your trust so you feel more comfortable buying from them, plain and simple.
In fact they do this a lot in a number of ways for example with their fake testimonials and bogus screenshots of ‘verified security’ icons on their payment screen.
It’s just unethical marketing, don’t buy into it. Here’s proof in their fine print:
#2 Sense Of Urgency
The website also uses a strong sense of urgency and amplifies this with geo targeting to make it more believable. Since I am currently living in Australia the system determined that I live near Brisbane. From there it automatically states there’s only ‘limited spots available’ in Brisbane.
Heres the truth…
There are NEVER limited spots with programs like this! Their goal here is to get you to rush through and buy without thinking or reading honest reviews and the geo targeting just makes it more believable.
#3 Massive Hype
Claims like “you’re guaranteed a $500 payout” and “hitting the jackpot” are just a couple of the BS claims this website spits out. The whole intention is clearly to make you think this is a sure thing and you’ll make lots of money quickly and easily.
Take a look at the fine print taken from this website:
and this one:
Hmmm… pretty sure they are completely contradicting themselves here! What is worse, the whole $500 guarantee is bogus. You are required to complete all 21 steps within 21 days to be eligible. This means purchasing a re-seller license for $2,497… pretty sneaky huh? It’s all hidden in the T’s and C’s.
Get Ready For A Steady Stream Of Spam
One of the most annoying things about this after you’ve lost your money and realised you’ve been scammed is the constant telemarketer calls and emails you’ll receive. They actually created this offer with the goal of getting MUCH more than $97 out of you.
Pay particular attention to the second line from the bottom “you agree that we can rent, share and sell your personal information to any third party”. Awesome… where can I sign up!
The bottom line is you are going to be hit with a barrage of selling, most of which are either total scams or massively overhyped and overpriced.
They employ deceptive and misleading hype to push a program that delivers very little value at best. I do not recommend this and think it’s important to warn people you know and care about.
Unfortunately it’s very hard for the authorities to catch up with programs like this since they just keep on changing their web addresses and program names as soon as people catch on. They also know how to get around the laws and continue the business of scamming people profitably, like they’ve been doing for years.
This will likely continue well into the future so in my opinion the best thing you can do is learn the warning signs and protect yourself from rubbish like this once and for all.