I had not done this sort of coaching stuff before, but when my best friend insisted, I paid $49 to join Matt Lloyd Program called MOBE & it was waste of money.
It was in 2015. After I joined, I was allocated a coach and I was asked to complete a 21-step video course. You get to see only two video a day. I had time and I wanted to complete it sooner, but the system did not allow me to. So, I was stuck with 2 videos every day.
I was still fine as the charge was not huge. It was just $49. But that reasoning soon went away after I reached 6th Video. It asked me to pay $3240 for accessing the further videos.
I paid for it, which I should not have. I believed it because my friend had vouched for it. But, it seems that he was trying to find a way out of that program which could have been possible only by fooling others. Although, I became upset after I got his intentions right. But, couldn’t help myself as I was already in.
I completed the program in a hope of finding something meaningful. But, most part of the video concerned recruitment of other members to the program. MOBE is nothing but a pile of shit. Please ignore my language, but there is no other way to make you understand what a crap it is.
After I finished my course, I asked for a refund. To this, the coordinator asked me to promote MOBE for a year and that included three paid advertising. They also asked me to share the email that included the recruitment link to MOBE. This was a mess and I found myself stuck with their refund policy. They were asking me to do things that their affiliates do and in return prove them incapable.
Is that a refund policy or a way to make people indulge themselves into promoting the program like a full-time affiliate? I was shocked to hear that. It surely looks like a scam. There is no other way to define their refund policy. All they needed was the individuals who were ready to do anything for their money to be returned.
First, they offer the program for small amount. Then, only after few videos, they ask you for the real figure. Once, you pay, you are stuck with all the videos. After completing them, when you are sure that you cannot utilize them anywhere, the refund policy makes it worse. They keep you in shades until you are totally ripped off.
If you would look into his website, you will get the feeling of scam rolling all over internet through his MOBE program. Here are few points that I collected from his refund policy that will make my remark apparent and true.
His refund policy states that you need to implement at least three of the following traffic methods among the following which includes Facebook, pay per click, Solo Ads, Banner Ads, Adwords (Google, Bing etc). You need to do video marketing for them by forwarding the email containing the video of MOBE to your list of addresses. He has also asked to do article marketing for them.
This is not it. After making an attempt to sell his filthy program, you are requested to submit the proof of all the methods that you followed to get the traffic to their program and failed to get a sale. The support desk needed all the information to help define if the attempts were genuine or not.
The proofs that they accept include, Screenshots of the statistics that you need to track, videos of statistics you need to track, emails of the opt-ins that can be done from your autoresponder for solo ads, receipts that are received from solo ad vendors, screenshot of the Facebook ads you published, Infusion tracking statistics of the ads linked to your account which you claimed you have used.
In addition, you need to submit the proofs with dates of the ads. This should include your name and email address as a confirmation that these ads were from you.
They have full proofed their scam by making themselves undisputable. According to their terms, if you cannot make an assignment to benefit the creditors or take benefit of bankruptcy law. In any such case, MOBE, the Licensor will have the right to terminate this agreement. This would be done by giving notice to the affiliate. The licence can also be taken away if you try to harm the reputation of the company.
In short, if you wish to get your money back, you need to work for them without payment. This is a clear case of scam.
I was not ready to put my energy in something that seemed unethical and worthless, hence I lost my money. I was not able to get the refund. I also did not have the heart to fool my friends and family. So, I took the decision of not falling in their shit hole. And, I withdrew my licence all by myself.
So, they never refunded my money back. I had an opportunity to contact my friend who was sorry for what he did, and he informed me that he made all the attempts to fulfil their terms, but never got his money back. They made him do ads and all other stuffs and declined to accept the proof that he showed to them.
So, he anyway did not get the amount even after working a lot. So, I think I made the wise decision for not involving myself in their scam and fall for their fake refund policy. I believe that Matt Lloyd is a scammer and his internet programs will only get you into huge debts instead of making you rich. So, you need to consider many things before you plan to take up the program associated with Matt Lloyd.