The Mobile Money Code Scam: I Just Got Ripped Off

The Mobile Money Code Scam: I Just Got Ripped Off

By Ian | Negative Reviews

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I usually try to pull at least a couple of gems out of the products I review and look at the brighter side of things, but when it comes to the Mobile Money Code scam, Greg Anderson has really outdone himself here. There’s just nothing worth paying for in this product, and it’s a vacuum of ripoff after ripoff that just pile on more commissions for whoever is selling the product.

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Mobile Money Code At-a-Glance

If you’re considering buying this product but you don’t have time to read the detailed review below, then the take-home message is avoid Mobile Money Code by Greg Anderson completely. This is the scam of all scams in this industry, and the sales page makes completely bogus claims that are impossible to deliver on.

Yes, you can make a full-time income by running an internet marketing business and there is a very tiny percentage that breaks into millions of dollars per year, but Greg Anderson’s product does a crap job of teaching anything useful. It’s just upsell after upsell, and as you continue through the product it becomes blatantly obvious that the creator of Mobile Money Code doesn’t give a damn about how successful their customers are, just how much money they can make by getting them to buy more stuff.

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Everyone in the Sales Video is a Paid Actor

The first huge red flag is that the product creator used paid actors and actresses to record the video. That guy named “Greg Anderson”? Yup, a paid actor – along with everyone featured in the testimonials. So you can officially wipe any compelling sales points from the video from your brain because they’re completed fabricated and delivered by paid actors.

Paid actress in Mobile Money Code's sales video

We know, Sarah, we know.

You’re Pitched Empower Network (Twice, Actually)

Step 1 of 8 is labeled “Members Only Training”, but really it’s just a video recording of the product creator trying to get you to buy another product called Empower Network. By the way, the voice you hear in this first video is COMPLETELY different than Greg Anderson’s, and that’s because you’re listening to the REAL product creator when you discover this video.

Step 1: An Upsell Webinar

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If you haven’t heard of the product “Empower Network”, commit it to memory. It’s one of the worst things that’s ever been released in the scummy “work at home” industry, and that’s saying a lot. I’ve completed a highly detailed review of Empower Network here, but suffice it to say that anyone trying to refer you into EN doesn’t have your best interests at heart and is just trying to make as much money off of you as possible.

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All of the Other 7 Steps are Upsells Too

As if it weren’t bad enough that Mobile Money Code sets you up for failure by trying to funnel you into the money pit that is Empower Network, all of the other 7 of 8 steps are upsells and other affiliate offers that will earn Greg Anderson more commissions:

MMC steps 2-5

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This is yet another way that “Greg Anderson” (or whoever created the product) shows that they don’t care about your success or well-being at all, they’re just shaking you up and down like a piggy bank the entire time you’re in the members’ area.

But Wait, There’s More!

After noticing that all of these 8 steps were just links to other things that “Greg” wanted me to buy, I was relieved when I noticed that there were several other tabs at the top of the page. Once I started clicking through them though, I was completely disappointed all over again.

Every other tab within the Mobile Money Code product is packed with PLR content. PLR stands for “private label rights” and is typically very, very low-quality stuff that you can buy a license to reuse very cheaply. A lot of scammy product creators use it to try and “fluff up” their products and make you think you’re getting more for your money than you actually are.

Mobile Money Code is no exception here. The PLR content is VERY outdated and low-quality, and it’s almost all information you can find online for free. It’s just one last kick in the pants from Greg Anderson to bid you adieu and really make it clear that you’ve just been completely scammed.

Mobile Money Code Final Rating: F

F as in “failed harder than almost any product I’ve ever reviewed”. Mobile Money Code is a BLATANT scam, but it’s only really obvious once you’ve paid for the product and are in the members’ area. You can file a support ticket with Clicksure to get your money back, but they’re going to give you a little bit of a runaround before they do it.

So rather than buying it and having to apply for a refund, just trust me here – this product is a complete and total ripoff. Avoid it like the plague.

 

  
 
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I've been in internet marketing for over 10 years, and I've purchased dozens of illegitimate products for the sole purpose of evaluating them and exposing the truth about these products to anyone who's thinking about purchasing it. I never let money influence my rating of a product and your success/safety is my absolute highest priority. Don't want to buy a product? Register for one of my 100% free internet marketing training courses>>

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JohnV September 10, 2014

You do a great service by highlighting these so-called opportunities. Thanks for the detailed analysis.
Regards and good luck

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    Ian September 11, 2014

    Thanks a lot, John! I’m just happy to be fortunate enough to be in a position to help others avoid scams like this. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment and let me know if I can ever help with anything IM-related!

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Kyle September 10, 2014

Only 7 upsells with Mobile Money Code, that is absolutely ridiculous. It is unfortunate that this has become OK within the industry and that so called “gurus” continue to spin unsuspecting folks into their funnels.

The fact that this product is on clicksure says a lot. I have run into nothing but low quality make-a-million-bucks-overnight products on the clicksure network and this is on par with all of the other useless and upsell riddled scams on there.

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    Ian September 11, 2014

    Come to think of it, I’ve never bought even a semi-legitimate product through Clicksure either. The fact that they always try to talk you out of refunds with a scummy, low-quality “bonus offer” is pretty egregious too. And people think Clickbank is bad, ha! Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment, Kyle! I really appreciate you letting me know you were here.

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Cathy September 11, 2014

As I become more aware of scam products through the education at Wealthy Affiliate, reading between the lines of paid actors really tops the list. Seriously?! All that camera rolling and fake testimonials just to suck more money out of us – very detestable in my opinion.

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    Ian September 12, 2014

    I couldn’t agree more. It’s one of the biggest red flags I’ve seen in this industry, but a lot of people don’t know to look for it and check the fine print. I just can’t believe some publishers will go to so much trouble of paying actors, renting mansions, and renting luxury vehicle just so that they can scam a bunch of innocent, unsuspecting people out of their hard-earned money. Anyways, thanks for reading and commenting, Cathy! I really appreciate you letting me know you stopped by.

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Rob Hemphill September 12, 2014

Multiple upsells are always a warning sign of what’s to come, you’ve found a cracker here! Thanks for sending out alarm bells with this excellent review.

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    Ian September 12, 2014

    Haha, without a doubt! Thanks a lot for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment, Rob! I really appreciate you letting me know you were here.

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Evelyn September 13, 2014

Another business linked to Empire Network. The code to Mobile Money Code, is to stay away from it. Great Review!

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    Ian September 15, 2014

    I couldn’t agree more. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read/comment, Evelyn!

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Aidan Fensie June 1, 2019

I just saw the video for The “Mobile Money Code”, and I am seriously conflicted, I am a very lazy person, who enjoys cheating, and loopholes. And getting thousands of dollars a day and millions a year, to sit on my ass, Does Greg Anderson’s service actually give you the money he promises, because if so, I would definitely buy it. But on the other the whole is Extremely Slim Slady, The fact that he says, his product, “taps into all the mobile phones worldwide”, does he hack into them? And steal other people’s money and give it to you?, and also my 46 Year Old Dad gave me some Old fashioned advice: “If it seems to good to be true, then it is”, So the Greedy part of my brain is saying hell yeah’ Free money Dawg!, who cares where it came from. And the paranoid part of my brain is like the Black TSA Agent from Get Out, so I don’t if I should be Greedy or Paranoid?

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