It Is Official - MOBE is a Scam According to the FTC

Last Update: June 24, 2018

Thousands of people all over the world were claiming that MOBE, My Online Business Education, was a scam. I even joined MOBE to investigate it on a tip from an acquaintance that it might be a scam. What I found was very misleading, making my scam radar switch on.

THE FTC GOES UNDERCOVER

Following years of more than 1,000 complaints, the FTC sent one of its own to become a member of MOBE. This undercover investigator discovered many of the scam claims that I and thousands of others have made were indeed true.


Below are quoted excerpts from the legal U.S. District Court complaint document filed by the FTC, Plaintiff against MOBE, Defendant. I will provide a link to this very lengthy and in depth court document at the end of this post.

"The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC" or "Plaintiff") moves this Court for an ex parte temporary restraining order ("TRO") to immediately halt an internet marketing scam that has deceived and brought devastating losses to consumers nationwide. The amount of monies Defendants have taken from consumers to date through their illegal scheme is staggering-over $125 million."

Anyone who joins MOBE, My Online Business Education, which was formerly called My Online Business Empire, has to take a 21-step program known as MTTB, My Top Tier Business. Leading up to this training you are tricked into believing that this program will single-handedly earn you great wealth. The FTC Investigator reveals the truth.

"The 21-step videos, all of which are narrated by MOBE's founder, Matt Lloyd, are replete with grandiose promises of income and wealth that anyone can attain so long as they purchase the various membership offerings pitched throughout the videos."

"Defendants dangle the bigger commission opportunities on the higher-level, more expensive memberships to entice consumers to upgrade."

"For example, in a sales call in which an FTC Undercover Investigator participated, one of the Defendants' coaches told the consumers on the call that 90 percent of your income will come from Titanium, Platinum,and Diamond conference profits, not your Silver profits."

THE REBRANDING OF A SCAM


Have you ever noticed that many of these so-called opportunities that operate in the gray area of legitimacy, will always change their names or rebrand their program as something else? Have you noticed that Wealthy Affiliate has NEVER had to change its name or its core training? This is because WA is legit.


This lawsuit filed by the FTC is not just going after Matt Lloyd, who's real name is Matthew Lloyd McPhee, but also two other people who are a part of getting people to join and pay for this illegal scheme. Russell Whitney, Jr. served as MOBE, Ltd.'s Director of Sales and Susan Zanghi. Though she doesn't seem to have an official title, Susan handles the flow of money.


When searching the internet for legitimate ways to make money online, even if you recognize MOBE as being somewhat shady you may not know about the funnel systems that were specifically designed to capture you into MOBE's MTTB 21-step program. Three of these are Internet Funnel System, Patriot Funnel System, and Ultimate Retirement Breakthrough.

THE BIGGER THEY ARE THE HARDER THEY FALL

Will MOBE make a comeback? I seriously doubt it, at least not in its present form. The FTC has some pretty damaging evidence against all that are involved, thanks to the undercover investigator that infilrated MOBE, plus all of the consumer complaints and exposed misleading advertisements and events.

In addition to the MOBE company based out of Malaysia, which is claimed to where Matt Lloyd lives now, the lawsuit is also targeting 8 other MOBE Shell Companies used mainly for the transfering of money from memberships and further advance the scheme in the United States and abroad.


When this FTC Lawsuit was filed on June 5, 2018, a hearing was scheduled for June 26, 2018 to determine if the TRO, Temporary Restraining Order, should be terminated, extended or converted into a preliminary injuction. However, that date has now changed to July 17, 2018 as a request from the Defendants to get a better understanding of the lawsuit.

Whenever I see these high-ticket schemes I always ask myself, I wonder how long it will be before they get caught and shut down? It looks like that time has finally come for MOBE. I feel very sorry for all those members I could not have warned before they got caught in this mess. It does not take thousands of dollars to make thousands in return.

Here at Wealthy Affiliate you will learn the CORRECT WAY TO START A BUSINESS and you do not have to recruit others to do what you are doing nor do you have to spend more than $50.00 per month. Unlike MOBE, at WA you can actually start learning and building for FREE! My Online Business Education may come and go, but WA will still deliver SUCCESS!

Below is the link to the U.S. District Court appointed receiver of all funds and assets of MOBE and its related companies. On this website there are link to the following documents: Initial Notice, Complaint, Temporary Restraining Order, Motion Memo for TRO, Motion to Extend the TRO, and Extension of TRO and Rescheduled Preliminary Injunction Hearing.

http://www.bernet-receiver.com/appointments/mobe

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ewo Premium
There are simply too many scumbags in the online marketing education. There are some are not scams but ask for a highjack price, AWOL academy for an example.

WA is the only site that provides training and hosting at the same site with a fair price. Besides WA, you may consider online courses from Udemy and Skillshare as your supplement in knowledge.

In my opinion, courses from Udemy and Skillshare are a worthy investment to anyone who is in online business.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks for those names. I am going to look into them to see what is offered.
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GiuliaB Premium
Rob, I hadn't come across Mobe before reading your blog. But thank God I did. Even if thankfully they are now out of the picture and possibly unlikely to make a come back,this was big time scam, and we should keep our eyes peeled, just in case. Thank you so much for making us all aware.

Giulia
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Giulla. Though I knew MOBE was a scam a couple of years ago, I didn't realize until these court documents at just how big and wide spread MOBE was. It feels great that the FTC shut them down.

But I feel sorry for those who were scammed and lost so much money, including the elderly that lost life savings. I do not feel sorry for those MOBE members who willingly stayed in knowing MOBE was a scam. Have these people no moral compass?.
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GiuliaB Premium
I agree, Rob, on both accounts. I do not believe that anything and everything internet related is bad - and that includes social media. However, as with everything, it is the few bad apples that ruin the game for everybody else.
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boomergp08 Premium
And the sad part is that many of the MOBE members that were still believing in the program will live in denial that they were a part of a scam. This will lead to them always being jaded of the MMO niche and prevent them from finding true success like those of us here at WA.
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wendyg53 Premium
I'm always suspicious of these MLM schemes. I've read some blogs where people caught up with MOBE have lost thousands of dollars with little hope of recovering their investment.

WA is a legitimate place to learn and grow a business without any upsells or shady behavior where you're asked for more and more money.

What you see is what you get. There's nothing else like it. That's why I love it here.
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boomergp08 Premium
You cannot even compare Wealthy Affiliate with the likes of MOBE and many other MLMs. We are taught here to learn the proper way to start an online business and then to work hard to reach our goals.

Unlike MOBE who claims anyone can make tens of thousands of dollars for just funneling people to MOBE and then MOBE will seal the deal. If it sounds too good to be true, it is more than likely a scam.
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kjdahlin Premium
Wow Boomer

I hope you saved a lot of people. I have not looked at another money making site since I joined WA. I have deleted everything
but I was one that hoped on the shiny object to be my big score.
I find it is not worth and you have to always do your homework first. Many site owners are getting very clever now on how to scam someone it is sad.

I hope you made MOBE clear to many.
Thank you for the input.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I know I did prevent many from joining MOBE. I did such a good job that I was even threatened by MOBE members.

Even Matt Llyod himself contacted me on Facebook and told me to remove my review because I was lying and slandering MOBE. Am I happy the FTC is saying what I had said? Yes indeed!
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lissaB1 Premium
There you go. I was a victim of MOBE.. I was on it last year for $499 starter.. When I was on the middle on the training, my coach asked me to purchase $1000+ so I can start earning commission.. I said im done with my $499. No more. When i ended it, thats the time I found WA which is uncomparable with the rest affiliate marketing....
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boomergp08 Premium
I find it gratifying that there are many ex-MOBE members here at WA and all of them are saying how happy they are to be here.

Wealthy Affiliate is head and shoulders above MOBE and blows it out of the water in terms of education, websites, and the entire make money online process.
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StefanoV Premium
There goes the main income of John. Who claims to be the super affiliate of MOBE. According to his website he made millions

http://www.johnchow.com/

I whish nobody believed him and joined him.

Thanks for sharing this with us

I never believed in MOBE, if you need to pay to join an affiliate program first before you can promote or sell it. Alarm bells go off here.

Greetings
Stefano
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, I wonder what scam John Chow will align himself with this time? I just don't see the moral value of knowingly ripping people off just so you can recoup the money you were originally scammed out of.

As for the MOBE high cost... A big red flag warning alarm should sound off whenever anyone asks you for money to promote a product in affiliate marketing. All legit affiliate marketing programs are ALWAYS free.
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TRPEng Premium
When I was doing my due diligence and research of WA I watched John Chow on you Tube and something made me very sceptical of him . It was a gut feeling and I joined WA instead.
Trevor
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boomergp08 Premium
That was good for your financial future because I am sure he was pitching a money making program. Wealthy Affiliate is not a money making program but rather an online business education university. Getting an education on how to properly start and operate a business is far more rewarding than following a specific turn-key program.
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davehayes Premium
A very Interesting post, to which I have posted my own blog review below, not to boast or brag in anyway, but which makes equally interesting reading in light of this post
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Dave. I just read your post and left you a comment there.
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davehayes Premium
Thank you.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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YvetteBL Premium
Hi there
I just have to join the discussion as I myself have been caught in this scam. two years ago when I started looking on line I stumble on MOBE. I started with $49 and couldn't continue the steps until I register to talk to a "coach" who was supposed to help me. I was pressured to purchased the next level without even knowing what I was doing end up buying a $2500 program . then I went to a live even buying a ticket for a few hundred $$. while there I got pressured again to upgrade and end up Titanium. Anyway to cut story short I got well and beyond scammed with extra useless coaches sessions and traffic packages that cost me a small fortunes and got nowhere. For over a year I gave up and lost trust
with my online dream. I just wanted to learn how I could start a business and earn a living online. I was not dreaming of becoming a millionaire. just make enough money to replace my job one day and I would be happy but many took advantage of people like me. I am so glad I now found WA.
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boomergp08 Premium
I am so sorry that you were ripped off Yvette by the MOBE scam. I had received 100s of comments from former MOBE members telling me how they were pressured to spend thousands of dollars when they didn't have it by opening other lines of credit.

I am so happy that the FTC finally shut down MOBE. It was a long time in coming. Thankfully Wealthy Affiliate is the total opposite and truly does produce successful online marketing entrepreneurs. I am happy at WA and have earned more money than the majority of MOBE members.
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zidane786 Premium
You know who should be called out? The famous bloggers who all promoted mobe and slyly took a dig at Wealthy Affiliate members for calling it like it is. Now you go to their sites and they have either scrubbed their reviews or begrudgingly mention that MOBE is under FTC investigation and that's it,no remorse for misleading their followers to a high ticket scam (not my words but the FTC for any former MOBE affiliates who reads this) no mention of thoroughly investigating something before promoting,not admitting that WA members were right all along.!! Nope,they will probably jump on to some other program that will pay them thousands in commission to promoter utter rubbish.
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes. I almost want to go back and find all of those MOBE members who accused me of lying and slander when I was calling MOBE a scam a couple of years ago.

I guess these people have no morals because they had to know they were making people go further into debt just so they can reclaim the money they lost when they got scammed in the first place.
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Azalea24 Premium
Sadly many get duped into joining up and paying out their hard earned cash only to find the only person getting rich is the one taking their credit card. This reminds me of a blog I had awhile back and one of the readers sent me a link and asked if I thought it was legit. Again it was "pay to play" and very cookie cutterish. No way to contact anyone but a generic form that leads to space. Smh

Thanks for helping expose MOBE. And thank you very much for letting us all know, so that we don't become the next victims.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. I always try to help people to avoid getting caught up in scams, especially ones like MOBE that ask for so much money without providing anything that is worth what they are asking for.
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louisaparson Premium
Rob,

I was intrigued by MOBE through purchasing a $3 eBook.

I found it after reading an email from a blogger I subscribed to.

When I tried to buy in to the system, my credit union declined the charge, because it was being processed from a location outside the United States.

That's when I started to question if they were legit.

Ironically, the same blogger referred me here. I was skeptical about WA at first because I was jaded about MOBE.

When WA offered their courses for free, I saw that I didn't need to pay an outlandish amount to test drive a system.

It was the community and Open Education Project that eventually sold me.

I hear nothing but encouragement to follow my dreams here and I'm taught how to do it not what to buy to be successful.

It takes work but anything worth doing does take work.

All the best,

Louisa
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boomergp08 Premium
After falling victim to a scam I too was a bit cautious when first hearing about WA. But once I had seen that it was totally free to join and that it was not a get rich quick scheme in any way, I felt that WA was legit.
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Roybretton Premium
A few years ago I went with my girlfriend who is now my wife to an Internet marketing seminar, I have been to quite a few over the years. The organiser of the seminar done a fantastic job of telling us all how not to make money online and he came up with the best way to make money online, which was Mobe!

Interestingly enough, I had never ever heard of this platform, I've been researching Internet marketing since 2004 and had my first moneymaking website in 2007, I was kind of surprised that I'd never heard of this platform! As soon as the principal's of Mobe was mentioned, I really thought this is a scam and there are lots of losers who are making the people at the top rich!

I am all for seeing people doing well and being successful but I don't like the idea of people being successful through other people's losses! When I arrived home, I carried out some research and discovered that Mobe is definitely a scam and something to keep clear of.

It's great that we have a platform like Wealthy Affiliate that helps us create a successful Internet business.

Enjoy your day Rob and thank you for sharing.

Roy
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Roy. It was my pleasure to share this information. I too have no problem with people making money online, as long as they are not ripping people off in the process. Don't these scammers have any morals?
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Roybretton Premium
Hello Rob,

Thank you for your reply and in answer to your question, regarding scammers have any morals, I think the answer is probably not, I think that greed can take over in a very bad way, which definitely is not good. It is always good to promote a worthy product or something that does what it says on the packet!

Enjoy your day.

Roy
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boomergp08 Premium
I agree.
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hakiza Premium
Great sharing! It's always a good thing when scammers get caught. I looked into MOBE several times, but I smelled a rat - legit Internet opportunities normally don't require such big payments to join. These guys know they can be shut down anytime, so the maximize charges to quickly earn as much as possible before doom day.
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes. I also smelled a rat, especially when asking for so much money without yet revealing how one would make money with their system.
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marycmiller Premium
I have heard very little of MOBE, a few mentions here and there, the one thing when I got involved with WA, I had looked into other programs that claimed big money. I was this claim that scared me away, if it is that easy why then would not everyone join. When I first found WA I was sceptical, however the free membership with no credit card seemed like an easy way to check things out. The further I read, seen how the community supported each other, and how hands on Kyle and Carson are, the more I believed it might be legit. I am a hard one to convince, but when I kept reading that WA was not a get rich quick platform that it took consistent hard work, I knew that I was in the right area. Glad I did not get sucked in by a scam like MOBE, I feel bad for the good people who just wanted a solution to a problem. Hopefully they won't be tainted for life and will try something legit.
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boomergp08 Premium
I too feel bad for all those people who didn't know any better and just wanted a way to make money online from home and perhaps have a better life financially.

But when a company like MOBE makes these grandios claims about getting rich with very little effort, that to me should be a red flag moment. No one has ever become rich quickly unless it was an illegal approach.
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bill808 Premium
After you have been scammed a few times these things get a certain odor. I is probably a scam if:
1. your primary income comes from recruiting others; or
2. you are asked spend a lot of money to stock yo store.
3. there a a bunch of expensive upsells for a training program you cannot evaluate before you buy it.
4. they offer you a high percentage return on your money.

I hung around WA for six months trying to find the scam. I finally joined as a Premium member and I have never regretted it.
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boomergp08 Premium
Your number 1 reason is the best example of what an illegal pyramid scheme is and MOBE definitely made its money from the people they recruited.
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Darrenjh Premium
Unfortunately there are these companies springing up every year and they all follow the same formula. Their so-called products are the smoke and mirror BS training on how to make money online but recruiting for a downline is always the real goal.

I hope regulators are going to take out a couple more of these companies who are poison in our industry
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boomergp08 Premium
Yeah, it would be really nice if the FTC would take down more of these somewhat illegal companies, but I think they are only going after the big fish in the MLM swamp.
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Blanca8 Premium
I recently purchased MOBE. I paid the 50.00 dollars plus the 3,009 dollars. I just got a book and a coach. I was doing the steps and notice they were advertising more things to up sale me. I get a call from a loan company and they tell me that I qualified for a 30,000 dollar business loan and there was a fee of 3,500 to take out the business loan. I said no the guy gave me attitude. Later that night I saw online that they had arrested 2 people. I found out MOBE was a scam. I called my credit card company and best believe I got that disputed.
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Darrenjh Premium
Wow! Good for you! Close call on that huh? I wonder how many people over the years got ripped by these guys? Feel bad for them.
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hanley Premium
gee that was lucky, hope it ends well.
They were very slick
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Blanca8 Premium
Check it out. I followed a lot of people on Instagram and Twitter always promoting it and they deleted everything. It is like they never worked for them.
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hanley Premium
Probably a good lesson for a lot of new members when the shiny objects pop up.
WA is a safe haven run by ethical individuals without the upsells.
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boomergp08 Premium
I only spent the initial $49 because to spend any more than that without first knowing any substantial information, which MOBE has none, made me feel that I was being scammed. As it turns out, I was, and so was everyone else. Good to see the FTC shut them down.
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boomergp08 Premium
Many people, especially the elderly that joined, lost their life-savings.
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, MOBE members were very slick at spinning the truth. Thankfully here at WA there is no hype to spin and good old fashioned values of learning and hard work will bring results.
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SuzaMarie Premium
I found WA while I was researching MOBE. Kyle had written a review on them.

I had gone to an intro seminar for MOBE at a local hotel. While speaking to the gentleman that placed the fb ad that drew my attention to the event, I found out that he had already spent over $30,000 with MOBE. He had been with them for over 3 months and still hadn't made a sale.

So many people lost thousands of dollars. So sad.
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boomergp08 Premium
Though I do feel bad for everyone who was scammed, I especially feel bad for those with limited funds like the elderly. I had heard stories of many people willingly going into debt because they were promised that success was right around the corner.
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Ongchannel Premium
I had attended one of the weekend seminar in Singapore and before the day was over, there were 2 participants whom I had just met during the coffee break that proposed joining forces to buy the diamond membership.
Although the presentations were slick, I didn't chose to opt in because the stuffs they had shared were :
1) so basic that I honestly thought there was any value
2) they spinned videos of "high achievers"members at some South America island celebrating their "success " . To get there, just buy your way ie become a Diamond member . I was thinking "success is 90% perspiration and 10% luck" is probably outdated.

Get on the train, baby!

There were quite a few signed up among whom were accountants, PMETs, retirees , army boys, what you have not... Etc

I had paid $475 and was allowed to bring a guest (my niece) whom for good measure and sense, stayed away.

Thumb down for me! Lol

The brochures are still sitting in my room as a reminder.

Moat folks can fall scam to someone in double breasted suits with polished, slick, clever staging , throw in some psychological human triggers (emotions) and the result - whipped out their wallet.

So, be aware and save your dollars for something else.

Ongchannel
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boomergp08 Premium
Fortunately for me I didn't spend more than the initial $49.00 because everything I experienced either sounded too good to be true or sounded like a scam.

Ever since I was involved in a scam many years ago, anytime something comes along that doesn't sound right, my scam detector radar pops on, and it popped on BIG TIME when I went through the MOBE 21-Step program.
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newlive Premium
very informative thank you Boomerg, I was , that is a good outcome for so many who have lost so much money. I think many including myself have tried their system but the hard sell for upgrade turned me off the system, like you said you do not need to spend thousands to make it here. It is the shiny pennies syndrome people get caught up in the hype and the dollar signs. Sorry to hear that so many have lost all their hard earned money..thank you Robert for the information.. Go Wealthy Afiliates
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Gus and I too feel sorry for those who lost tons of money. I had tried MOBE briefly in the past but when I started getting expensive upsells before learning anything of substantial value, I knew it was a scam and proceeded no further. Nice to see the FTC finally took them down.
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newlive Premium
I have been reading some other sites that are supporting MOBE because they say it is a business...that you went in with your eyes open and you should not blame MOBE if you lost money!!..hmmm.. we have heard that story many times!!..
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes we have. Another saying I have heard before is... "There's a sucker born every minute."
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mbouteiller Premium
Hey Rob,

Thank you for writing and sharing this valuable information. I have heard of MOBE awhile back but have been too busy learning and writing articles on my site in Wealthy Affiliate to even think of joining MOBE... very glad I did not.

Wow... it's sad many people got scammed by these nasty people. I hope they are all caught and tossed in jail where they belong...

Thank God, we are members of Wealthy Affiliate.

Monica
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Monica.

It is really sad that so many people got ripped off by this scam. Fortunately I was able to prevent some people from joining but there are thousands that did not heed the warning and are now broke and without a direction to go.
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mbouteiller Premium
Thank God you were able to stop some people from making that decision. I'm sure they are quite thankful. It's important to reveal these scammers.
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boomergp08 Premium
Though I am not the type to say, I told you so, I wish I could contact all of those MOBE members who called me a liar and a slanderer for calling MOBE a scam a couple of years ago. I would like to ask them if they still thought I was a liar?
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mbouteiller Premium
OMG, I didn't know some of the MOBE members were doing that to you. They totally ignored the messages in your MOBE article, so sad for them.

I'm sure they think differently now of your article ...
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boomergp08 Premium
Not only did MOBE members do and say those things to me, Matt Lloyd, the owner of MOBE, contacted me on Facebook and told me to take down my #1 Google ranked review or he would seek legal action. He even had a lawyer representing MOBE contact me.
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mbouteiller Premium
Wow... that's pathetic Matt Lloyd taking measures like that. BUT, I'm sure he is busying paying his lawyers to save his skin.
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boomergp08 Premium
Like Kyle said to me...some scammers will go into bully mode when you make it known that their product is a scam.
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mbouteiller Premium
Scammers don't like being caught and brought out into the light, they don't like to be exposed.

Thankfully, it's people like you who write honest reviews.
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boomergp08 Premium
Unlike many other WA Bootcamp members, my WA promotional website doesn't have many product reviews. I do not believe in doing reviews unless I have actually tried the product or I personally know someone who has.
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mbouteiller Premium
Oh, I didn't know Rob. So you actually try out the product or get the information personally from someone else who has.

Interesting and it makes your reviews authentic with integrity.

I try the product when its free even for a few days and then write the review.
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boomergp08 Premium
For the most part, yes. There has only been one, maybe two reviews I have done that I did solely from in depth research after someone asking me to review it.
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boomergp08 Premium
For the most part, yes. There has only been one, maybe two reviews I have done that I did solely from in depth research after someone asking me to review it.
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hanley Premium
Thanks, I did warn off this a few weeks ago but the update is excellent. I for one followed this over a long period having paid my $49 start-up fee. This was mainly to see how it worked. The lure of BIG TICKET item got me in but the constant demand for large sums of money put me in doubt.
Matt was a pretty good showman and had recently bought a holiday resort in I think Costa Rica for the seminars.
A lot of people lost a lot of money on training that is free at WA.
It was slick, believable and driven so a perceived easy path to wealth.
Peter h
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boomergp08 Premium
I have seen it stated by ex-MOBE members on Ripoff Report that Matt Lloyd was a slick con artist in getting members to believe his hype.

I guess he and his so-called business coaches were not slick enough and got ratted out by not just the thousands of complaints but also by the FTC undercover investigator.
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bpais1 Premium
No one knows for sure exactly where McPhee is in Malaysia - but, they do know he appears to be somewhere in Kuala Lumpur.

I've been there - it's an easy place to get lost in.

Chances are, if the Feds find him, it's only because he wanted to be found.

Jim
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, I am sure Matt Lloyd is keeping a low profile while this FTC scam busting lawsuit goes through the motions. Even the earlier court documents said that the Receiver has yet to speak with him.
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AlanJE Premium
Thanks for the information Robert, I was not aware previously, Best Alan
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Alan. Happy to share this info.
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KMcCoy2 Premium
I almost joined this because I heard they had extensive training. However they kept badgering me to sign up for the top tier which I wasn't going to do. I'm so glad they were so pushy because I joined WA instead and extremely happy with my experience here.
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EandS2018 Premium
Oh my ,
Ditto for Scarlett and I !
Thank goodness we found WA

Much success
Elaine $ Scarlett
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boomergp08 Premium
I think its pretty obvious when a so-called opportunity keeps asking you to spend more money before you really know how you will make back your money.

Starting any kind of business should never be done blindly, no matter if a training program is termed as successful. Spending lots of money is not the solution for becoming wealthy.
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boomergp08 Premium
WA is like a shining lighthouse in a storm full of swirling scams.
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MojalefaR Premium
Very important information . Thanks very much fo sharing it.

All the best
Mojalefa.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Mojalefa. Happy to have helped.
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Eugene Premium
Wow I was part of this and they tried to take my money after the 7th step, but I smelled a "dead rat" so I decided not to continue the program. I only invested $69.00 thank God. I was blessed to rejoin WA because that was the piece I was missing, it's so easy now to build websites and have them ranked with Jaaxy.

I'm falling in love with Jaaxy, it is a powerful niche and keyword research application. I can't thank enough Kyle & Carson for coming up with this brilliant idea. I purchased my domain on June 11 and 7 days later my site was indexed by Google. Just follow the training and please go all the way so you can reap the reward.

Your time will be well spent and you have to think this WA membership is worth gold. But please don't think for a minute that this will be an easy ride, there's work to do but WA makes it easy for you.
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boomergp08 Premium
Exactly Eugene. Unlike the majority of money making online endeavors available on the internet, WA is the real deal because you are given the proper training for results and you only have to pay $49.00 per month. Nothing more is needed to learn everything.
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Lazyblogger Premium
Than you Robert, my friend wanted me to join this program back then, but after coming out of Empower Network before they to was closed, all programs were on my scam radar. Glad you share this information.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Bishop. I joined MOBE shortly after joining WA so I could investigate its legitimacy for a review. Needless to say I was not impressed and I felt lied to.

The majority of comments on my review were from people who had been ripped off and those thanking me for exposing the truth. Then there were the MOBE members that called me a liar.

Well now what I have known and many others too, that MOBE is indeed a scam. This time these are not my claims or opinions, this FACT comes from the Federal Trade Commission, FTC.
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Lazyblogger Premium
Who is the liar now? I wonder if they will ever take the time to join another Network?
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boomergp08 Premium
I am not the type of person to say I told you so, but I hope those who called me a liar are better informed now of what they were dealing with.
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CandP Premium
Very interesting, Rob! What a relief not to have been duped by this. Thanks for sharing.
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boomergp08 Premium
It was my pleasure to share this information.
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MKearns Premium
Thank you, Robert. Earth-shaking news indeed!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Michael. Earth shaking it is for all those involved with MOBE.
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SashaGrey Premium
One of the biggest scams out there. All they do is pressure you to buy those high level memberships to fill their pockets!
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boomergp08 Premium
And now the FTC has frozen all of that money and assets, pending an upcoming hearing.
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jetrbby80316 Premium
This is great info Robert, now we know MOBE is officially a scam. Sorry I just perused through this quickly, I will get back to your cool article later to read all the interesting details.
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boomergp08 Premium
No problem Kaju. I am sure the info herein will raise an eyebrow or two.
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jetrbby80316 Premium
Can't wait to read the rest.
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JerryHuang Premium
I knew it!
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boomergp08 Premium
Yup! So did I and dozens of others.
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