Product Name: Mobile Money Code
Product Owner: Greg Anderson AKA Ronnie Montano
Discounted Price: $9
Upsells: $197, $295
What Is It?
Create mobile websites for businesses and optimize websites to be seen on mobile devices.
This is not a bad idea for a product, and if it had been done properly, with enough training, I could give it a good rating. However, the introduction video is a total scam, I could not access the members area, and there is not enough training/support to help you succeed at this.
Before You Buy
You should know that Greg Anderson is not a real person. The real creator of the product is Ronnie Montano. He has created numerous other scam products under a different name each time. Supposedly he lives in Florida, but the BBB has something different to say about his Mobile Money Code:
What I Liked
Creating mobile websites for businesses could be a really decent business idea. Many local businesses do not have websites, and those that do, usually do not have good websites. Even of the good websites, very few have optimized them for mobile devices. It's surprising, but true.
Building websites for local businesses and getting them ranked in search engines is a HUGE industry that anyone can dominate because YOU are the expert of your area. Even tiny town shops can benefit from getting online, which means that every town and every business could benefit from your work!
However, this is not the path that this product took. Instead, they show you pictures of fast cars, mansions, and spin a ridiculous story about a “secret code”. We have seen similar scams in products like Mobile Monopoly.
What I Didn't Like About Mobile Money Code
Obviously, I hated the video. It is so sad to see an entire group of people working together to take your money. These are actors, and the person behind the product is likely a secret scam artist that funds many of these products. They often have similar setups, and even reuse actors.
The above image is from another product called the Money Formula. I suggest you take a look at this product to see some of the similarities in how their advertising video and story is structured. It will open your eyes.
Talking about bank accounts, not the product
90% of the introduction video is talking bank accounts and “Greg Anderson”. There is pretty much no information about how the product works or what you are paying for. Essentially, you are paying $49 to learn a secret.
I was unable to reach the members area at first because the link was structured wrong.
If a company or person can't even figure out how to create a proper link to the FINAL PRODUCT, then it's probably not worth your money. In fact, I have a hard time believing they built a million dollar fortune on the internet.
Once I figured out what the issue was with the link and found the members area page, I was unable to log in. I did not receive my login information in an email, or within the 5-10 extra videos trying to sell me other junk for more expensive prices (hundreds of dollars more).
No Support or Training
Though I have not actually been inside the members area I did some research and found out the basic structure of what's offered inside. Apparently there are some tabs with instructional videos. Many of the videos are doubled up or repeated, and there are many advertisements for other products.
Selling more products within the product is also a common scam tactic like with Easy Money Machines.
And regardless of how fast ticket support is, it cannot compete with some of the other products I review that offer LIVE support, or the ones where I offer 1-on-1 support from me. Ticket support from these types of companies usually takes days for ONE response, meaning any issue might delay your business for a week or more.
6 months later, numerous complaints have compiled up. Just see how many there were just on the BBB's website.
Mobile Money Code is just another scam. I see these every day. They promise millions of dollars and a new life, but they deliver a simple video series with poor support.
If you are serious about making money on the internet, please see my #1 rated training center, where you can get live support, chat to other members about their businesses, and even get personal help from me for free.
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