Mo Latif pitches his software as pretty hands-off, low-effort and claims that it will make you a ton of money, but in this review I’m going to expose the Auto Mass Traffic scam. It’s not a scam in the sense that you’re never delivered a product or the training is completely bogus, it’s a scam in the sense that you’re promised one thing and delivered something entirely different – the very definition of a “bait and switch”, which is illegal in the United States.
I am not an affiliate for Auto Mass Traffic. Just an honest guy giving honest reviews and trying to help you save your hard-earned money.
If you don’t have much time and can only read one thing, make sure it’s this. Mo Latif’s Auto Mass Traffic sales page promises a software program that creates huge results with very little skill or effort. After you purchase the product, you quickly realize that it’s just a training program for CPV (cost per view) traffic. The only piece of software in the product doesn’t work at all, so you’re left with several videos and training methods that you didn’t even express interest in.
In addition to that, the training you receive is far from comprehensive and sets you up for failure more than it sets you up for success. There’s much better training out there regarding CPV, and due to how intricate it is and how hard it is to convert it is definitely not recommended for beginners – the target audience of Auto Mass Traffic.
If you’re purchasing Auto Mass Traffic for high-level CPV training then you probably won’t be disappointed. If you’re purchasing it for the highly effective, cash-generating software that Mo Latif promises on the sales page, you’ll quickly realize you’ve been scammed – baited with one thing, deliverer something completely different.
If you want more details and screenshots, I highly recommend reading the full review below.
Remember how beautiful the Auto Mass Traffic sales page makes the product sound? It basically says you can work a couple of hours, sit back, and collect a bunch of cash. That’s so, so far from the truth.
What you’re actually delivered once you get into the members’ area is a series of training videos explaining how to make money using CPV (cost per view) traffic. Now although this isn’t necessarily impossible (see “Is PPV marketing a scam?“) it is very, very difficult and not something that new internet marketers should attempt unless they have a large advertising budget and expect to lose money experimenting during the early stages.
That’s it! The screenshot above is the complete table of contents for the Auto Mass Traffic members’ area. If you paid for the expensive upsells, you have access to a little bit more but that’s it for most people that just buy the basic product. Does anything there look remotely as simple as the “software” you were pitched on the sales page? No – Mo Latif is running a blatant bait-and-switch scam here: promising one thing, but delivering almost the exact opposite.
The only software that you’ll have access to as an Auto Mass Traffic member is a web scraper, and when you input keywords/key phrases as it instructs you don’t receive results at all, whatsoever. It’s just an ugly, broken, worthless software program.
So for those of you keeping track, now you’ve been promised one thing and delivered something else, then come to find out Mo Latif doesn’t even keep the software you are delivered functioning and up-to-date. Welcome to Scam City, Population: Any and all Auto Mass Traffic customers.
Remember this from the sales page?
After you’re told time and time again that you don’t need any special skills, you don’t need a website, and that you don’t have to spend any more time focusing on social media, SEO, Google Adwords, etc… Mo takes it a step too far and claims that all of these strategies just flat-out don’t work anymore.
That just makes him a bold-faced liar. Although some things like article marketing and backlinking have been phased out, content product, PPC advertising, SEO, social media, joint ventures, and MANY other traffic methods he mentions in his sales letter are completely legitimate and the lifeblood of many peoples’ businesses to this very day, my internet businesses included.
Mo Latif is throwing around lies like this to make his product sound significantly stronger than it is, and ultimately trying to trick you into buying his product rather than focusing on growing your business through completely legitimate, time-tested strategies. If you know anything about today’s internet marketing climate then you know that the screenshot (taken directly from the Auto Mass Traffic sales page) is 100% untrue, and such a bold-faced lie should make it clear that Mo Latif is working very hard to deceive you and that he can’t be trusted to sell anything worth buying.
This product fails so hard on so many levels. You’re lied to, manipulated, and then delivered something completely different than what you paid for.
It doesn’t get much scummier or scammier than this folks, and for that reason I not only recommend avoiding Auto Mass Traffic at all costs, I implore you to unsubscribe and never buy anything from Mo Latif or anyone recommending one of his products. He’s proven himself to be a completely untruthful, untrustworthy individual and should be avoided like the plague.
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