Update June 2018:
Just like Digital Altitude, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has taken action against MOBE for bilking more than $125 Million from thousands of consumers worldwide with fraudulent business education program.
Finally, I can rightfully claim MOBE (My Own Business Education) by Matt Lloyd as a SCAM!
Here's the proof from FTC:
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Welcome to my MOBE review!
First of all, I have to say, MOBE is NOT a scam. There is a ton of value in this company. However, I really need to warn you to stay away from it and I'll explain to you exactly why is that so in this review...
But first, if you've done your own research on this company, you'll know that MOBE is very controversial and extreme.
MOBE affiliates will promote this program to you heavily and claim it as the best training company in the world to help you succeed online.
Just take a look at John Chow, world famous blogger, he's one of the top earners in MOBE and I'm sure MOBE is his best income source.
On the other hand, skeptics and critics of MOBE will strongly condemn this program. Some of them will even call it a MLM or a pyramid scheme.
So, who is right and who should you listen to? Is it really the best program to help you make money online? Or is MOBE a scam?
I'm not an affiliate of MOBE so why not give my review a shot. I'll provide you with the most comprehensive and easy-to-understand facts for you to make your decision...
Summary: MOBE is a legit company providing lots of valuable training to help you succeed both online and offline. The most controversial part of this company is its "affiliate program". It's good for those who have the money to invest and use money to make money. But not for the rest. And I firmly believe most of its products are severely overpriced!
Welcome to my Pure Leverage review!
Chances are, you came to know about Pure Leverage because you've heard of their 100% commission rate and you want to find out if it's legit.
So, is Pure Leverage a scam? Or is it a legitimate make money online opportunity?
Let me reveal the truth to you in this review...
Product Name: Pure Leverage
Founder: Joel Therien
Product Type: Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) Company Selling Internet Marketing Services
Price: $24.97/month + $19.97/month (Resell right)
Best For: Network Marketers, Internet Marketers
Summary: Pure Leverage is a seemingly good platform that offers you various internet marketing services at an affordable price. However, I would say it's a pyramid scheme in disguise because it is all about promoting themselves and recruiting people to make money.
Welcome to my Young Living Essential Oils review!
To be completely transparent with you upfront, I am an Independent Distributor of Young Living Essential Oils. That's why I said in the title that I'm going to show you the back office...
However, I'm not here to pitch any business opportunities to you or sell you any essential oils. That's not what my team does at Young Living. In fact, I hate MLMs. But I'll be sharing with you why I joined Young Living anyway.
Some people writing about Young Living reviews may say they have no relationship with YL so they can give you a third-party unbiased review. But the truth is that they don't fully understand how this whole company and system works.
Being a Distributor of this company, it allows me to give you an insider review of what Young Living is all about and whether it is a suitable opportunity for you.
So, is Young Living another MLM scam? Or is it a legit business opportunity?
We'll find out very soon...
Summary: Young Living Essential Oils is a pretty good MLM company simply because they don't run their business the way traditional MLM companies do it. One very distinct difference is that they don't require you to keep paying a monthly fee just to make sure the MLM structure does not collapse.
Welcome to my Zurvita review!
Chances are, you've been approached by someone in Zurvita telling you that you can live a healthy lifestyle while making good money at the same time.
So, is Zurvita a scam?
Let me tell you upfront, it's NOT a scam. Zurvita is a legitimate Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) business selling nutritional drinks.
Since it's a legit business, should I join Zurvita and give it a shot?
That's what we'll be going through in this Zurvita review. Let's begin...
Product Name: Zurvita
Founder: Founded by Mark & Tracy Jarvis in 2008
Product Type: Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company selling nutritional drinks
Price: $39.95 (Welcome Kit) + various different product prices up to $569.95
Best For: People who are concerned about health and want to make money at the same time
Summary: Zurvita is a pretty good MLM company selling patented and unique products. However, my major concern for the company is its extremely low stock price of less than 20 cents per point. This just shows that this company is not performing well and it's probably not making real profit.
Recommended: Not really
Welcome to my World Ventures review!
Chances are, someone has just introduced to you this great opportunity to make money while traveling around the world.
Or you're just like me, received a video showing you the luxurious lifestyle with people holding on to a sign saying "You Should Be Here", right?
If you've seen World Ventures's website or watch their videos before, you'll definitely be familiar with this sign.
In this WorldVentures review, I will focus more on the business part of this company and reveal to you "WHAT's THE CATCH?" behind making money while traveling.
A lot of people have been asking and questioning if World Ventures is a pyramid scheme. I'll give you the facts and prove it to you whether it is or it isn't...
Product Name: World Ventures
Founder: Founded in 2005 by Wayne Nugent in Plano, Texas
Product Type: Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company selling Travel & Lifestyle Membership
Price: $200 or $300 one-time fee + monthly fees of up to $100/month
Best For: People who have experience in MLM and have enough capital to invest.
Summary: World Ventures is a legitimate MLM business selling travel packages. Despite it's not a pyramid scheme, it has been caught up in quite a number of pyramid scheme lawsuits in some countries. The earning potential is also very low. I would recommend to stay away from this "opportunity".
Welcome to my Organo Gold review!
Organo Gold is a Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company selling their own "unique coffee", which I'll explain what it really is later on.
In this review, I'll cover 2 main parts about this company:
Just to let you know, I'm not related to Organo Gold in any way. I'm not their "Independent Distributor" trying to pitch their business opportunity to you.
My goal for this review is to offer you the necessary information for you to make your own informed decision. Sounds great?
In fact, feedback for this company is quite extreme. Some people say this is one of the top MLM companies while others say this is a total scam or even a pyramid scheme.
So, Is Organo Gold a scam? Or is it a pyramid scheme?
We'll find out very soon...
Product Name: Organo Gold
Founder: Founded by Bernardo Chua & Shane Morand in 2008
Product Type: Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company selling coffee and personal care products
Price: From $49.95 (Starter Pack) up to $1,300 (Gold Pack)
Best For: People who love coffee & people who are interested in making money through MLM
Summary: Organo Gold is not a scam, neither it is a pyramid scheme. They have real and unique products to offer and they have legit MLM business opportunity. However, the problem is that it's too hard to make enough money to even cover your investment. (I'll prove to you in this review)
Welcome to my AmeriPlan review!
Chances are, someone has just introduced to you this "business opportunity" where you can save money on healthcare and also make money at the same time.
Sounds like a pretty good opportunity, huh?
But, is AmeriPlan a scam? And is it too good to be true to save and make money at the same time?
Let's find out...
Product Name: AmeriPlan USA
Founder: Founded by Dennis Bloom (CEO) and Daniel Bloom (President & COO) in 1992 in Texas, USA
Product Type: MLM business offering discounts for healthcare services
Price: Packages ranging from $24.95 to $269.95
Best For: Americans in certain States (I'll explain later)
Summary: AmeriPlan is a MLM business which focuses on recruiting people into the system. Despite they offer legit services, it's only for certain States in the US. If you're not in the US, this program is definitely not for you. Check out the States that are excluded for this program here.
Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) and Affiliate Marketing are 2 of the most popular ways to make money online because the good thing about these two is that you don't need any prior experience to get started.
As you can see from the name of my website Smart "Affiliate" Success, you can say that I'm biased here.
The truth is that I'm going to tell you Affiliate Marketing is the winner in my opinion. And it is not just "better" than MLM, it is "superior". For me, I don't even waste my time thinking about MLM.
But I promise you that I'll give you extremely compelling reasons to justify my claim. Is that okay?
And by the way, I have experience for both. I'm not recommending affiliate marketing just because I want to promote my affiliate marketing products, programs or whatsoever.
I'm recommending it because I truly believe it is so much better than MLM from my experience!
So let's get started from the basic: What are they?
(By the way, MLM is suitable for one particular group of people though. I'll explain that in this post. Stay tuned!)
Welcome to my Get Weekly Paychecks review!
Chances are, you've heard of this opportunity where you are being promised to make anywhere between $500 to $2,000 or more PER WEEK. What's more "exciting" is that all you need to do is to copy and paste advertisements. They will do all the selling for you.
Well, when you hear this kind of claims, the first question that comes up to your mind is always is Get Weekly Paychecks a scam, right?
Let me be completely honest with you, if something seems too good to be true, it most probably is...
Product Name: Get Weekly Paychecks
Founder: Bill Foley & Chez Feenstra
Product Type: Marketing System for Motor Club of America (MCA)
Price: $25/month + MCA Membership fee ($39.90 + $19.95/month)
Best For: None except owner of Get Weekly Paychecks & MCA
Summary: Get Weekly Paychecks is just a sales funnel to promote another MLM product called Motor Club of America (MCA). The only way for you to make money with GWP is to recruit more members so in my opinion it has pyramid scheme characteristics.
Welcome to my Motor Club of America review!
Chances are, somebody has just told you about this business opportunity to make passive income but it sounds like a pyramid scheme to you.
First of all, I just want to commend you for doing your own research before diving into any new opportunity.
What I can promise you is that I'll provide you with as much unbiased information as possible for you to make your decisions.
I've seen too many biased MCA reviews all over the internet. Some of them are affiliates of Motor Club of America who are just trying to recruit you into their system.
Whilst, some of them call MCA an outright scam or pyramid scheme just to promote another program to you. (I don't think MCA is a scam!)
To be completely honest with you, I'm not an affiliate of MCA but I'm an affiliate of Wealthy Affiliate, which is the program that I'm going to recommend to you.
However, I'm willing to tell you this upfront is because I always write reviews based on the true value of the program and give my honest opinion.
So, do we have a deal here? I'll provide you with the best possible information and you give me 100% attention?
Product Name: Motor Club of America
Founder: Founded by William W. Green in 1926. Current leadership positions: Steve Hanebaum (CEO), David Kircher (President), Lynn Havener (Associate Services)
Product Type: Roadside Assistance Service in the form of Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) Business Model
Price: $39.90 + $19.95/month
Best For: Road users in the US and Canada
Summary: Motor Club of America is a quality roadside assistance service company with a very long history. You can definitely rely on their roadside services but their MLM business opportunity is poorly managed and it's too hard to make any money with their limited training and help.