I’ve seen “Jordan Daniels” featured across a number of ‘make money online’ websites lately.
Each website says the same thing, and uses the exact same sales video. Yet oddly… they keep popping up under different alias’.
Here’s a list of the websites currently run by Jordan Daniels:
Here’s a screenshot I took a while back of the different versions to show you what I mean….
I also recently discovered he’s running a new site called ‘Leading Online Success Plan’. Which is exactly the same as Ultimate Online Success Plan.
Confusing huh? Yup!
So in total, there are FOUR versions of the same sales page that I know of. They all promote the same underlying program and they’re all supposedly run by Jordan Daniels.
In each of those sites, Jordan claims “you’ve hit the jackpot” and that “your millionaire website is ready for you”. Along with a bunch of other wild claims.
He pretends to be endorsed by the news, says there’s only ‘limited spots available’ and uses many other misleading tricks. I’ve seen a lot of programs online over the years, and reviewed many right here on this site. So I know BS when I see it.
Who Is Jordan Daniels?
That’s a much more difficult question to answer than it should be.
For starters, ALL of his sites use an anonymous domain registration. Which isn’t bad in itself, but does when you start to consider all of the other red flags.
Second, he does not show you a photo or video of himself- anywhere. So we have no idea what he looks like in real life.
Third, he does not link to any social profiles at all so there is no way to confirm if he’s real or using an alias. Which effectively makes it near impossible to find out who he really is.
I’m all for protecting your identity if that’s a concern for you. For sure. But when you’re asking for a persons money, and you’re claiming to be a big time guru- this is very secretive behaviour in my opinion.
I mean, what does he have to hide?
My best guess, is that Jordan Daniels is just an alias. Which is very common within the ‘make money’ niche and particularly among scam sites.
Do You Really Get a Millionaire Website? Nope!
You absolutely, without question, do NOT receive a ‘millionaire website’. Instead, what you really get, is access to a 21 step training system developed by an MLM company called MOBE.
You see, Jordan (or whoever he is) is not selling you anything original, he’s an affiliate promoting an existing MOBE program. All he’s doing is pretending it’s something new when i’s not. And he’s also charging you almost double the price of the original version in doing so.
You can verify this by going straight to the official MOBE website where the same 21 step training costs $49. All day, every day.
Or you can read my reviews about similar MOBE affiliate websites to see what I mean.
To be clear, I don’t consider MOBE to be a scam in and of itself. You do get valuable training on affiliate marketing when you buy. But it’s nothing (and I do mean nothing) like Jordan claims in the video.
As in, you have not hit the jackpot, people do not do ‘all the work for you’ and the real cost is much higher. Not to mention, qualifying for the ‘$500 guarantee’ means upgrading to higher level packages within MOBE after buying the initial 21 step training.
All you need to do is look closely at the fine print on any site run by Jordan to see this.
What’s the real costs involved? Well, the very first ‘level’ you need to qualify for is ‘Silver’ which costs $2,497…
But it doesn’t stop there. There are upsells as high as $30k and beyond within MOBE.
Do you have to upgrade? Only if you want to make real money with the system (so yes).
The reason you need to upgrade, is because your main task is promoting MOBE itself. And to do so profitably, you need to promote ALL of the same products that are pitched to you.
In other words, it’s a ‘pay to play’ system. You must buy whatever you want to promote and recruit others to do the same. So just as you are being convinced to spend $10,000’s inside MOBE, so you will do to others.
I’m not saying there’s no value in what you are buying, it is essentially online business training. But there’s clearly a STARK difference between what Jordan explains, and what he’s really selling you, isn’t there?
Why Use Different Sites To Sell the Same Thing?
The reason it’s always switching up, is because whoever’s really running these sites, is using the classic ‘bait and switch’ routine.
As in, the site promotes one thing, but what you really get is different story.
So in order to keep the scheme running, they create a generic sales video, and use this same video across numerous sites. Switching up a few details each time.
Why go to all this trouble?
Because they are using misleading hype to promote a high ticket MLM system.
So naturally, once people discover what they’ve really gotten themselves into, negative reviews and complaints start popping up. At which point, they ‘re-package’ it under a new name. This way, you can’t find real reviews and are far more likely to believe it’s legit.
This might sound elaborate, because it is, but this is big business. And it’s more common than you might think.
For example, this is precisely how one of the biggest scams online (the link posting scam) has been able to run for so many years now. It simply keeps on re-branding itself over and over again.
Is Jordan Daniels a Scammer?
I don’t know Jordan personally, so I can’t even say if he’s even real. But I can say that his marketing tactics are a far stretch from ethical.
This is not how legitimate marketers (or programs) operate. This is how scammers operate when they promote scams. They tell people what they ‘want’ to hear, instead of telling it like it is.
In any case, given the number of sites I’ve seen popping up under the name ‘Jordan Daniels’, I thought this article was worth publishing.
What you believe is up to you, but at least now you have more insight into what he’s really selling you.