Inner Circle Riches: Paul Lynch's Scammy Sales Tactics

Inner Circle Riches: Paul Lynch’s Scammy Sales Tactics

By Ian | Negative Reviews

Paul Lynch paints a very pretty picture on his Inner Circle Riches sales page. A proven system, all of the tools and support you would ever need, and guarantees galore like you’ve never seen before. Unfortunately, it’s all smoke and mirrors.

What you’re actually watching on InnerCircleRiches.com is Paul claiming credit for a “revolutionary” system that isn’t his, pitching you a low-quality MLM opportunity, and listening to an above-average success story from someone that made a great deal of money setting their customers up for failure.

I am not an affiliate for Inner Circle Riches or any of the products that Paul Lynch promotes. I’m just an internet marketer that’s been making my living online for several years, who is tired of seeing scammy stuff like this set people up for massive failure and financial loss.

I believe you’ll find this review of Paul’s “opportunity” very interesting, and hopefully by the end of this review you’ll be safe and not considering wasting your money on his low-quality product.

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Paul Lynch’s Inner Circle Riches At-a-Glance

Paul makes a very compelling sales presentation on his site, but what he’s pitching is actually a terrifying trap that many people have called a scam.

Even though Paul claims that this his HIS product with HIS team working on the back-end, it’s not. Paul has no ownership in this product at all. He’s just promoting someone else’s MLM opportunity.

Additionally, whenever you sign up for this “opportunity”, you’re going to get hard-sold by the sales team that Paul Lynch claims is going to go to work for you. Want to earn the 50% commissions on $2,000, $9,000, and $15,000 products? Well then be prepared to fork out $26,000. You won’t qualify to earn commissions on any of these sales without first paying for them yourself.

Finally, in order to become “successful” within the MLM program that Paul is trying to sucker you into, you’ll have to set your friends, family, and subscribers up for almost guaranteed failure. Paul may have made over $1,000,000, but it’s extremely rare and he did it at the financial loss of everyone he’s sold this product to.

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It’s Not Even Paul’s Product

My Top Tier Business sales page

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Paul talks in the first person a lot throughout his sales pitch on ICR.

What you’re actually being sold on the InnerCircleRiches.com sales page has nothing to do with Paul Lynch, outside of it being a product that he’s promoted very successfully and earned a lot of commissions from. If you click the link to buy, you’re clearly taken to the “My Top Tier Business” sales page, which is a multi-level marketing company that most people fail miserably within after joining.

I’ve made my opinion of My Top Tier Business very clear in my video review. It’s a product that I don’t endorse at all, and if you’re interested in more details of what Paul Lynch is trying to sell you into, you should check out that link for yourself. It’s a very, very dangerous product.

Ready to Get Harassed by High-Pressure Salespeople?

My Top Tier Business commissionsThe commissions that you’re promised on Paul’s site are really tempting. I think it’d be hard to not get excited when hearing about them. What’s not disclosed in the sales video, however, is that you’ll have to buy all of these products yourself before qualifying for commission from them.

That’s right – be prepared to fork out $26,000+ if you want full “earning potential” with the product Paul Lynch is pitching on Inner Circle Riches.

Remember that “sales team” that’s going to do all of the work for you? That same team is going to call you after you join the program and try to earn Paul all of the commissions he’s teased you with. So by joining the “opportunity” he’s teased you with, you’re volunteering to have this sales team harass you for $26,000+ in “training” products.

Unfortunately, the cycle doesn’t end there.

Read More: The Dangers of Getting Involved in an MLM like MTTB

You’ll Be Setting Up Anyone You Refer for Failure

MLM programs are really good at appearing legitimate and getting prospective buyers excited about their “opportunity”. I’ve even fallen for it in the past, paying over $5,000 to join an MLM called Empower Network (which I later gave a very honest review).

About a month in, I hit a BIG moral dilemma which holds true for My Top Tier Business as well – the program that Paul Lynch is trying to get you to join.

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The VAST majority of people joining an MLM like this won’t even come close to earning back their initial investment. Sure, a rare person that is well-connected and innovative will work hard and do very well, but close to 100% of people never see their money again after investing thousands into a program like this.

What’s even worse – Many people try to recover their initial investment by pitching the opportunity to friends and family members, which just perpetuates the cycle. This can SEVERELY damage relationships that you cherish without you fully realizing it at the time.

My moral compass after falling victim to a bad MLM is this: If I wouldn’t sell it to my grandma, I won’t pitch it to my website visitors.

If my grandma joined the program that Paul Lynch is promoting, I can almost guarantee she’d fail and never see her money again. That wouldn’t make any difference to the sales team that gives her a call after I refer her into the program, though. I might make a lot of money off of her, but I’d be doing it knowing full-well that I’m setting her up for almost guaranteed financial pain.

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Final Rating: F

If I won’t promote it to my grandma, I won’t promote it to you. Most people that purchase My Top Tier Business will take a very hard financial hit and never see their money again. Even if you do succeed, you’ll have to somehow convince yourself that it’s okay to benefit financially by setting other people up for almost certain failure.

Do you feel comfortable making $1,000 to $5,000 commissions knowing that 95%+ of people that buy from you will never even make their money back? Personally, I just can’t do it. There’s no reason to spend that much money on internet marketing “training” when there are non-MLMs out there providing better, more up-to-date business training at a fraction of the cost.

inner circle riches sales pageWhy would a refer someone to My Top Tier Business for $20,000+, as Paul Lynch is doing on Inner Circle Riches, when I feel they’re more likely to succeed with the training that I give away for free? I’d only do it if I were purely motivated by money, but your success is MUCH more important to me than recruiting you into an MLM program where you’re odds of failing are very high.

Just so I could make larger commissions? I’d rather be able to sleep at night making small commissions than sellout my morals for huge commissions like MTTB offers.

Don’t help Paul make his next million by baiting innocent, hardworking people like you into signing up for his MLM. Avoid it at all costs, and if you’re looking for legitimate training that will teach you how to build a successful non-MLM internet business, take a look at how it compares to my free training courses:

 

  
 
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What Do You Think of Inner Circle Riches Now?

Now that you’ve read an in-depth review exposing all of the inner-workings of Paul Lynch’s product, what are you thinking? Do you still want to give it a shot, or will you avoid it like the plague? Let me know by leaving a comment below!

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(23) comments

Gideon July 18, 2015

Thanks for your guidance to avoid the trash. I want to sign up for your free training but I could not.Kindly assist.

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    Ian July 19, 2015

    Hey Gideon, what do you mean you couldn’t? Could you tell me what error you encountered – there shouldn’t be any issues signing up for my free training courses. You just need any email address.

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Charlie October 12, 2015

He is a complete bonafide 100% shameless scam artist. He doctors photos and blatantly lies to sell his nonsense products. He scams his own affiliates by refusing to pay them. He is the worst of the worst online scam artists. All he cares about is money and I wonder how he sleeps at night.

Paul Lynch is an internet marketing conman.

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Tim February 24, 2016

I appreciate the honest review, I was almost suckered in by this phony & you were right. He is just a glorified affiliate broker masquerading as a legit marketing Guru. I’ve had it up to here with these bozos. It’s refreshing to come across someone with morals. If ur an internet marketing genius, why do you have to squeeze ppl just trying to learn. I noticed ur free offer, & I will check it out. I don’t mind you making a few bucks off us if you offer real value; I mean nothing in the world is free, but why not ask for a buck after we have some success. Then the conversion would be a slam dunk. How could I not give back to the hand that fed me. I look forward the checking your free program to see if your not like all the rest.

Thx

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    Ian February 25, 2016

    Hey Tim! I think you’ll find the free training over delivers on every promise I make, and that it’s significantly higher quality than the vast majority of “premium” products in this industry. Best of luck, and feel free to “reply” to any of the lessons if you have questions – they come straight to my inbox which I catch up on at least once per day.

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steve April 26, 2016

Guys, all these are nothing more than this – Selling selling to sellers with nothing to sell… thats it in a nutshell. A real business sells an end product, something that people can buy over and over. Even a one shot product is ok, but you have to bear in mind that you constantly have to find new people to sell it to, which makes things a lot more challenging. A repeat purchase product(s) is what you want, so you can actually build something over time. Pretty much all these guys sell a “system”, and most times it was something that did sell, but now does not, so they post on their past success in hoping you don’t figure out that its not working anymore. Now the big scam is “coaching”, once that dies it will be something else, just watch the trends its easy to figure out.

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Elvin Rahimov June 16, 2016

Great post. I am also a victim of Paul Lynch and Shaqir Hussyin’s franchise product which is called MDCB – My DotCom Business. There was a refund policy which states that you can get your money back within 30 days if you don’t see great amount of sales right from the very first day of joining their franchise service. I applied for the refund but support team which used to talk to me almost everyday, ignores to reply me. Do you have any idea about how to get my refund back? FYI, I contacted MOBE Office and I am waiting for their response. I would be grateful if you could help me solve this difficulty. Great to see those who try to support newbies.

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    Ian June 16, 2016

    You should contact your financial institution that you used to make the purchase and explain exactly this to them. They should be able to issue a chargeback to the merchant due to the fact that they’re not honoring their refund policy (make sure to have proof of the refund policy available in case they request it).

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Kevin June 19, 2016

Thanks for the review. I nearly fell for the convincing sales patter. I tried WA a few years back, but it didn’t work out. Are people making a full time income through WA in 2016? What is the monthly membership fee now?

Thanks.

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    Ian June 19, 2016

    Hey Kevin! WA has changed a lot over the past few years. I have successful referrals, yes, but I also have unsuccessful referrals. A lot of it comes down to how hard you’re willing to work, and how closely you follow the training.

    WA is definitely a legitimate path to finding success in IM. There are numerous others, too. But WA is the most beginner-friendly one I’ve found. The monthly fee is still $47/month, or $359/year. If you have any other questions, let me know!

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      Daniel Essiet June 19, 2016

      But WA don’t accept Nigerians.

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        Ian June 20, 2016

        Their free starter membership does not, that is correct. Premium membership is available to all.

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      Kevin June 19, 2016

      Thanks for the reply Ian. I’ll have another think about WA.

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Tim July 19, 2016

I got an email from Paul Lynch about 3 weeks ago promoting some new product. I honestly can’t remember the guys name or what he was selling. But when I did my research, I found out that the guy he recommended was a scammer as well. I sent an email to Paul asking him why he was promoting a known scammer, but I got no response.

Thanks Ian for taking the time to enlighten us about these scumbags. I really appreciate it.

Regards,
Tim

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Egor July 23, 2016

Hey Ian,

Thx for the review!

And what about the Easy Scetch Pro software? Is it also not Paul’s?

And also, have you heard of his new 3 Easy Steps System? What’s the catch there?

Cheers!!

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    Ian July 23, 2016

    Hey Egor! I’ve never heard of either of those, unfortunately. But I can say based on my experiences with him when writing this review, that I’d be surprised if either of them were designed to help his customers more than they’re designed to make Paul more money.

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Sandy October 18, 2017

Ian, thank you, thank you, thank you! I just received an offer from that Paul Lynch to invest in his dot com business and I could smell the red flags as I was reading through the sales letter and viewing the vids for his opportunity. Luckily, I always look for reviews for any system that is submitted to me and all that NLP salesy stuff does not work on me because I have studied NLP myself…

All I can say is that reading your post has given me reassurance that I am not missing out on anything and that there are still some ethical and friendly internet marketers out there like yourself looking out for their fellow internet marketers! 🙂

I will look into your training for sure in the next few months, after I start my new job (I had been out of work due to ill health for a long time).

Keep up the good work! 🙂

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Joan Bivens February 13, 2018

I have had 9 sales with 2 refunds 2 software purchases and 5 pro sales. Phil came on the 25th of January and said I had a sale. The next day he told me I had another sale. David Cook when he was recruiting me told me the commission was 100% and when I asked how they make money he told me just like me. Suddenly the traffic stopped when I was using the same traffic methods. I found out today there is a 302 on my website and they won’t give me access to my own domain. So I totally agree. Oh yeah on the second franchise which my only pro sale was Steve. He never showed up in my downline and instead of 6000 I got a whole 1455. Not sure who got my commission there but the more I prayed the more I began to think like you. Then when I complained about the 1455 they told me that I had t prove the sale? The only person would be Steve who I emailed asking if he bought a franchise. All you proved is he bought a pro membership. It is all about money for them. You get 50% and then they add another 3% on top for processing. I sent all the traffic and they make a sale and take half? I paid for all the traffic and I have been checking on my traffic and removing it from going to that site. That is my redirect.

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phill cooper April 23, 2018

Thank you for your information
couldnt believe a close old school friend
was trying to sign me up .

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Henry Engelen September 2, 2018

This was promoted at the Andrew Reynolds Nomad Meeting at the Sheraton Skyline Hotel Heathrow London on the 1 st Sept I went but did not sign up for mydotcom business as I did not have my card that would cover the cost on me it was recomended by Andrew Reynolds who I have been lead to understand is a straight Guy could I please have your comments on this Andrews Nomad System or Mr Paul Lynch
Thank you,
Henry

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    Brian October 23, 2018

    My daughter and I signed up for Reynolds’ Digital Nomad and part of the deal was a so-called two day traffic workshop which we attended in London. What a farce! We had dealt with Reynolds over a lengthy period of time and have given him thousands in that time. He said that the traffic workshop was being delivered by the best traffic generator in Britain, in his opinion,though he was careful not to name him. When we got there we were shocked to find that it was being presented by mydotcombusiness. We’d never have gone if we had known that, for they are slated all over the internet. The traffic content was an absolute joke and it was just an excuse to sell a ridiculous $10,000 sign-up with Paul Lynch who, incidentally, wasn’t even there. It was so bad that people were leaving in disgust during the breaks on both days. It cost us over £800 in flights, hotels etc, to listen to two days of total shit. My daughter wrote Reynolds a lengthy but polite email upon our return telling him that the traffic content was next to zero and that we had scored the “event” a zero out of ten. We also wanted to know why he was tied in with these people who have a terrible online reputation. She got a two minute email back telling her she was talking nonsense and he refused to accept any responsibility for it at all, nor did he answer any of the questions. We’re totally disgusted with him and he has shown his true colours. We’ve cancelled our involvement with him and will have nothing more to do with him from now on. I see that just this week he’s promoting some venture of Simon Coulson now and three weeks ago it was Paul Lynch – so much for supposedly being “retired”. People ought to do their own due diligence, of course, but “beware” is all I can say.

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Peta Edwards October 5, 2018

How can Paul Lynch and all these big scammers get away with it. I only know of 1 that has gone to jail. He is out now and doing it again.

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Brian October 23, 2018

My daughter and I signed up for Andrew Reynolds’ Digital Nomad and part of the deal was a so-called two day traffic workshop which we attended in London. What a farce! We had dealt with Reynolds over a lengthy period of time and have given him thousands in that time. He said that the traffic workshop was being delivered by the best traffic generator in Britain, in his opinion,though he was careful not to name him. When we got there we were shocked to find that it was being presented by mydotcombusiness. We’d never have gone if we had known that, for they are slated all over the internet. The traffic content was an absolute joke and it was just an excuse to sell a ridiculous $10,000 sign-up with Paul Lynch who, incidentally, wasn’t even there (they said he was a “recluse” – ha!) It was so bad that people were leaving in disgust during the breaks on both days. It cost us over £800 in flights, hotels etc, to listen to two days of total shit. My daughter wrote Reynolds a lengthy but polite email upon our return telling him that the traffic content was next to zero and that we had scored the “event” a zero out of ten. We also wanted to know why he was tied in with these people who have a terrible online reputation. She got a two minute email back telling her she was talking nonsense and he refused to accept any responsibility for it at all, nor did he answer any of the questions. We’re totally disgusted with him and he has shown his true colours. We’ve cancelled our involvement with him and will have nothing more to do with him from now on. I see that just this week he’s promoting some venture of Simon Coulson now and three weeks ago it was Paul Lynch – so much for supposedly being “retired”. People ought to do their own due diligence, of course, but “beware” is all I can say.

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