Website: My Online Business Machine
What Is My Online Business Machine (MOBM)?
Quite simply, this is just another re-branded version of an existing product known as My Top Tier Business, or MTTB.
MTTB is a 21 step ‘training system’ that is solely designed to get prospects warmed up for the real program, MOBE.
Yep… so the whole thing is pretty elaborate and confusing! MOBM = MTTB. It’s just a re-branded version and is designed with one singular purpose… leading people into MOBE.
How Does It Work?
The concept is to buy high ticket products in order to unlock commissions for the recruiting of others under you who will do the same and so on. Once you go through the 21 steps in the $50 training course you’ll get part way through and be encouraged to buy a MOBE re-seller licence for $2,497. This allows you to start selling some of the education products to those you recruit into this same system. The more products you buy the more you unlock the ability to sell to others.
Some of these products cost as much as $30,000 and to earn the kind of money described in the sale video you’ll end up spending well over $50k. There’s nothing wrong with high ticket products in themselves and spending money to make money, not at all. However, in this context it’s a red flag. Promoting any business in this manner is misleading in my opinion.
Are The Folks In The Video Really Making 10k Per Day? Nope.
Every single testimonial is fake which is actually more common than most people realise. Websites do this to build trust with you and convince you the whole system is legit. The fact is, these are aspiring actors selling their video acting services for bottom dollar on a freelance platform known as Fiverr. Here’s proof:
All of them claim to have made more than $10,000 in a single day which is a total crock and not very cool to say the least. I mean it’s not exactly their fault since they are just being paid to perform a job so I don’t blame them. It’s the anonymous affiliate behind MOBM who’s the real con artist.
Other Nonsense They Tell People
The first line of crap they feed people is that you are #59 out of #70 who can access this system… this is a pre-recorded video so there is absolutely zero truth in this.
That’s not just a stretch, it’s a blatant lie.
MOBE has been around for years and is nothing new, in fact it is starting to decline in popularity. This decline might also explain why these overhyped sales videos with re-branded versions of MTTB keep popping up. Another thing they do is make you think that you’ll get $500 just for giving it a go. The truth is you need to buy the $2,497 re-seller license to qualify for this so best case you’ll come out with a loss if you fail. Sorry, no free lunches.
The Reality Of Making Money Online
Systems like this attempt to convince the masses that all they need to do is ‘plug in’ and they’ll make tons of money quickly. Unfortunately, that is never the case and allowing yourself to think this way is the ONE reason so many people fail online.
As long as you are thinking about yourself, how much money you will make and how quickly you will make it, you’re destined to fail. I am not over exaggerating here.
Gurus do one thing very well, they tell people what they WANT to hear instead of what they need to hear. They lead people in by promising easy riches and push button success which is never going to happen. Not only are these blatant lies but they actually stop people coming to understand the fundamental truth to success and the truth about how making money online.
Are you ready for it? To succeed online takes hard work on a consistent basis!
You must change your mindset to think about what value you are giving to other people and how you can help them. Personally, I’ve never been afraid of working my ass off to achieve my dreams so when I learned this I was actually happy and excited. Why? Because it meant making money online wasn’t a scam! It just takes hard work and following the right training like any other business.
MOBE isn’t exactly a scam since you do get something in return for your money, but there’s a lot more to the story than this sale pitch lets on. Can you make money with this? Yes. Will it cost you a small fortune to do so? Yes. Is this is a good company to join? You can definitely make a decent income and I guess it really depends on your goals and budget. Keep in mind you’ll be convinced to recruit everyone you know and possibly even produce crappy sales websites like this one which is seriously not cool.