MOBE Review – Is My Online Business Education Worth It?


Did you know that right now there’s a rush to educate the newest generation of online marketers? Since this stuff isn’t taught in schools, several savvy “thought leaders” or online marketing mavericks have stepped in with their own education systems (online of course). Millionaire Marketing Machine, part of MOBE, is one of them.

As of 2016, MOBE now has a new spin off program called the Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle headed by John Chow.

The Company

My Online Business Empire started in 2011 and is now a multi-million dollar company. The business-minded human behind the company is Matt Lloyd, who claims he knew nothing about online marketing back in 2008 and has learned it all since. Now he’s happy to share all his knowledge with you…for a price, of course.

Mr. Lloyd makes no bones about the fact that he wants you to buy his products, however. He wants you to succeed so you come back and buy more of them, in his words.

One thing they’re proud of is their strong community. Indeed, the videos from a recent retreat show a really happy-looking crowd. That’s hard to fake, honestly. Maybe I’m a sucker, but I also completely fell for the moment in the promo video for MOBE where Matt Lloyd breaks the news to an affiliate that she’s just made $8000. It seems so real, so maybe it is. In any case, I want to know more.

The Product

MOBE products do things like help you write sales letters and create sales funnels. The coaching side of the product includes how to do phone sales, which is an extremely valuable part of any marketing campaign (it’s also ignored by a lot of online businesses, too, leaving thousands of dollars on the table every year).

The online marketer does things like write sales letters and create sales funnels. MOBE simplifies everything by doing a lot of the work for you. You simply send the traffic.

Their USP is one-on-one coaching where a live person will help you when you call them on the phone.

Highlights of the product:

  • Coaching
  • Phone Sales

The coaching is divided into 21 steps, which take several weeks to get through. The bite-sized pieces of information are presented in a progressive manner so they’re easy to digest and they build on each other. Chances of succeeding in an online business are set to rise dramatically after working through the 21 steps.

The Compensation Plan

MOBE has already paid out tens of millions of dollars in commissions, and the inclusion of high ticket items in the product range may have a lot to do with that.

High ticket items, defined here as anything that sells for over $2,000, include things like retreats and mastermind conferences. One of these is called the “Super Charge Seminar” where participants get to meet and discuss 1-on-1 with top earners how to increase their commissions.

4 Ways to Join

  1. MOBE Affiliate Program. Get 50% commission for selling the marketing products (the ones under $500 anyway). Anything over $500 brings no commission.
  2. MOBE License. Now you get 90% commission on products under $500 and 50% commission on products over $500. You also get access to more marketing documents so you can learn more and sell more.
  3. Titanium Membership. As part of the “Mastermind” club, you get some nice perks like a paid-for retreat for two, private consulting sessions, 500 leads, 50% discounts on services, and a huge should one of your proteges become Titanium, too.
  4. Platinum Mastermind. Get 1,000 leads and even bigger bonus when a protege makes it to Platinum. You also get two more training programs.

The Verdict

It’s true, there are several competitors vying for the loyalty of the online marketing student. My Online Business Education stands out, however. The solid belief in their high ticket items draws you in, and Matt Lloyd’s careful coaxing manner keeps you interested. The compensation plan is stupendous (50% and 90% commissions!) and the product appears to be genuinely useful. Definitely worth a second look.

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  1. Dan Doyle

    There is hope for those of you who have been robbed by MOBE. You can look up clientsrfirst who will recover your $$$ for a percentage. Something is better than nothing (and that’s exactly what you will get from the thieves at MOBE) Good luck because MOBE sucks !!!

  2. Nunki Valinas

    My story with Mobe starts when an acquaintance mention this business in his facebook, I checked the link and looks fishy everywhere, but as I know him (actually I worked for him a few years) I trusted him.
    I look for reviews, I found several saying it’s a scam and several saying it’s not… but I couldn’t find any negative review from someone who bought the license, so I bought it.
    This is what happens…
    First, Mobe has a warranty, if you are not satisfied and make at least $1.000 after completing the 21 steps within 30 days, they will give you $500 back, but the step 6 requires buy a $2.497 license that makes you a Mobe Licence Affiliate and gives you access to the real commissions.
    When you purchase the license a coach is assigned to you and he contacts you daily, unblocking the steps by 1 or 2 every day.
    Also, there is a 1 year warranty for the license… After you pay the license, you receive the contract with a disclosure agreement and you realize the condition for the 1 year warranty requires you to prove have been promoting at least in 3 different methods the products during 12 months.
    After the purchase, you have access to the commission chart, where you learn you have to upgrade your account to Titanium in order to get the $3.300 commissions , upgrade again to Platinum to get the $5.500 and of course, upgrade again to Diamond to get the $10.000 commissions.
    The upgrades costs are: Titanium $9.999, Platinum $15.999 And Diamond $29.999
    When I was hesitant about it, my sponsor (the person who introduced me to this program) told me the license can be purchased later, is not relevant. So I got in with the $49. After that, my coach told me if I don’t get the license I’ll waste my time and energy because is too hard to make money in this way and the commissions are practically none. So he was honest and told me to get the license when I get the money and he’ll help me get my first 2 licenses to recover the money. (That never happened).
    Believing in my sponsor, I got the license and a second coach was assigned a more “experienced” one. This guy pushes me to buy the Titanium upgrade, I told him I did not have the money for that and he insist with new options every time I said no, saying I could pay it with several credit cards, ask for a loan in the bank, a loan with friends or family, sell my car. I told him the money for the license was more than enough and when I see some revenue I’ll think in reinvesting. He got upset, told me without the upgrade is a waste of time in the program and ignored me since then.

    Also, after the purchase you start to realize all the products you think you can sell, like the Masterminds, are ONLY for MOBE promoters…so, what we have left for make money (other than incorporate more people)???
    At least in Canada, Pyramidal scheme are illegal, but Mobe insist they are not pyramidal and the last answer that takes 4 month and several emails, messages, etc. was:

    “MOBE sells business training programs, with a special emphasis on internet marketing. The business model is such that customers purchase various training materials, masterminds, classes, etc. and MOBE provides those training programs.
    MOBE also has an affiliate program for those who wish to refer interested business owners to MOBE’s training. MOBE will pay a commission for any sales made. There are no incentives simply for recruiting.
    I believe your reading of the law is inaccurate.
    MOBE complies with all laws in the jurisdictions in which it does business.”
    In the government web page you can find this:
    Pyramid Selling Is a Criminal Offence
    A scheme of pyramid selling focuses primarily on generating profits by recruiting others and not from the sale of products. These schemes may offer products; however, the products may have very little value or the plan may offer limited incentives for their sale.
    Definition of a Scheme of Pyramid Selling

    Section 55.1 of the Act defines a “scheme of pyramid selling” as an MLM plan with one or more of the following features:
    • requires a payment for the right to receive compensation for recruiting others into the MLM plan (compensation for recruitment);
    • requires purchases as a condition of participation (purchase requirement), other than a specified amount of product at the seller’s cost for the purpose of facilitating sales;
    • lacks a buy‑back guarantee on reasonable commercial terms or participants are not informed about the guarantee.
    It is a criminal offence to establish, operate, advertise or promote a scheme of pyramid selling.

    The 3 features mentioned above are in Mobe, you require buy the program, next the license and the warranty is very tricky.
    If they are so good why is a problem a refund when you are not interested in promoting their products?

    I know I was naïve and dumb in buy this, and of course, broke and in debt (I’m a stay at home mom in a very difficult economy) but also I have values and I can’t incorporate anyone else to this and if my experience can help others to not get in the loop, I’m happy to share my story.

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