In just 17 minutes you can learn how to generate traffic to any site. With this new program, affiliates can join the trend with the hopes of not only gaining more individuals to their cause but make a handsome sum of money in the process.
What is 17 Minutes Only?
17 Minutes Only is a fairly new site that launched in July 2016. The registered owner of the site is Matt Lloyd McPhee with an address in Australia. However, the organization that is listed for the company is MOBE, LTD.
Other sites like “Patriot Funnel System”, “Money Academy” and so many others are all linked back to MOBE LTD. All these systems are known for their back-end sales that are required in order to make you money.
There really isn't a product so to speak. What you are getting is a membership. Even though you may have watched the 17-minute presentation that claims the system is free. You will soon realize that it does cost $50 for an “application fee” to process your account and get you going. Once you start there are 21 steps that must be followed in order to make the system work.
One of the steps requires you to pay for a MOBE license. The license costs $1,997. By purchasing the so-called license you are then qualified to earn the big ticket commissions that the presentation offers you. If you opt not to buy the license then you commissions dwindle down to only $20 per sale.
But what you are selling is what you basically paid for. You are basically just regurgitating the same program to others.
You can sign up for $50, buy all the back end products that MOBE lists and generate leads for the program. If you purchased everything, you can earn high commissions. If you didn't hand over up to $60,000, or buy the license then you are simply an affiliate that may possibly earn 1% of commissions.
Final Thoughts about 17 Minutes Only
You have seen this system time and again. The packaging may be different, but the program is the exact same. MOBE is known for creating a lot of stress for people who are looking for a real way to make money online. Sure the program states that all you have to do is follow the 21 steps and you will be on your way. But what the presentation doesn't tell you is how much money you have to spend just to get off the ground.
Now, some of you may think that you have to spend money to make money. That's all fine and dandy if you have a clear business strategy. Don't think for one minute that this 17 Minutes Only program is a silver bullet that will solve all your problems. When you first start out it will take you at least 50 hours a week to get going.
Not only do you have to follow the steps exactly, which aren't very clear, but you have to hand over a lot of money just to get them all done. That is how this program sucks people in. They offer a simple solution with promises of easy money. But unless you have your own email list and know how to generate leads on your own. It won't work.
Sure, the program tells you that if you follow the steps precisely and don't make any money, you can get a refund. What they don't tell you is that the refund you get isn't for everything you paid for. If you spent the $1,997 for the license fee, you won't get that money back. It's gone never to return. But the strict steps have loopholes that make it nearly impossible for you to follow precisely. This, in turn, makes it nearly impossible to get any refund at all.
When you look at the inner workings of the site, they make it look so easy. But any real business knows that getting someone to buy anything is the hardest part. That is why they need people like you to force feed the masses. Essentially that is what you will be doing. Your job is to recruit more people into their business model in hopes to make commissions off of the sales. But the company MOBE gets all the funds for all your hard work.
Don't be fooled. This program is just a vicious cycle that you can't win. Especially if you don't have the time or the money to invest into the program. And there is a lot of money that is required just to get off the ground.
While the introduction video claims it is free, it's not. The steps are hard to follow and you won't be making much of anything unless you fork over the funds required. Their whole “Make $200,000 a Month” ploy is only good if you can get other people to purchase the system. This just seems to be one big headache and should be avoided at all costs.
Don't give them your email or phone number. That is just a way for them to call you relentlessly and email you stuff you don't need. If you give out your personal information, you will find that their customer service reps will call asking you questions as to why you aren't joining or what is holding you back.
You will get enticing emails that make it sound like the program is all that and then some, but it's not. Remember, companies like MOBE only want your money. They may offer you a “business coach” to help you along. But all these people are is sales reps bullying you into buying the bigger ticket items with no help on how you can earn that money back. Just stay away from 17 Minutes Only. You will quickly realize that 17 minutes is all it really takes to wipe out your bank account.