I have been using online courses from quite a long time now. I did get into paying for many worthless programs and few were useful too. But, MentorBox, as advertised by Alex Mehr, is not what it seems.
The website very much tries to convince that the program has no cost with highlighting the three days free video trail. However, if you would look at the cost, you would be demotivated to see such a price as an average consumer. When I was scrolling through the pages I thought I could have been scammed too. They have created it so shrewdly that anyone can miss the upsells hidden behind the free trial.
So, I thought of signing up for three days free trial. The website said that the monthly cost would be $7 per month or $59 per year. At the end of the billing, there is a checkbox which says that there is an access to insanely powerful video nugget, written in bold letters. There is no mention of price in the heading. However, when I clearly read the disclaimer, I got to know that the checked box would cost me $89.
This is not it. There is no limit to their scam. They have tried to hide the actual cost by disclosing it at the end or making the font as small as possible. On their website, one page has the button for enrolling in the entrepreneur academy. Again, no cost linked to it. As soon as you would click on it without checking the end of the page, your credit card would be charged for $199 right away. The website has cleverly mentioned the price at the end of the page.
There is no brake on their upselling. They keep changing their terms and ads. So, that people can fall for it every time. And, they have nothing useful in their program. They offer nothing. They also have the option for book delivery with some audio USB. The price was $87 when I last checked their website. The second time I visited, it had surged to $139.
This program uses shady marketing tactics. My friend told me that he was scammed for such huge amounts as they do not mention the price on the action button. One click upsell is the worst marketing tactic that one can adopt.
This is all because they want to make people subscribe for the plan without leaving any error for missing them because of the price. Their price is on a higher side which no one would want to pay, especially knowing what they had in their kitty.
Hence, if you want to save yourself from a lot of trouble, do not visit this website. They have left no stone unturned to make it seem like a cheap option. However, it’s one of the expensive ones. That too, with a pretense of being on the lower side.
This is a scam and would take away your money in a click. MentorBox of Alex Mehr and Tai Lopez is a cheat box.