I received an email from Paul O’Mahony today about Mobile Success Training.
He says he’s made over $849,000 in commissions online, and now he wants to share his secret with you. So you can start earning $1,250 to $10,000 commissions with your smartphone.
Sounds pretty cool.
It didn’t take me long to figure out what this was really about though. The good news is that it’s not a scam, but there are some things you need to know.
Read my review to get the full story before you join.
Mobile Success Training Review
According to the sales page, this system has paid out over $75 million in commissions to regular people.
Once you’re inside Mobile Success Training, the company supposedly takes care of all the “annoying business stuff” for you. And once you get to certain ‘levels’, you can travel the world and stay at luxury resorts for free.
Not to mention, you can drive your dream car without even paying for it.
All you need to do is invest $49 and follow a proven 21 step training.
Really? Not quite.
It IS true that you can earn those $10,000 commissions.
But there’s more to the story…
For starters, the REAL cost far exceeds $49 as I will soon explain. It runs well into the $10,000’s to qualify for the bigger commissions.
Second, this is MLM (multilevel marketing) so it’s all about recruiting people into the same system.
Third, there’s a considerable amount of effort in getting to those higher earning levels. Especially as a newbie. It certainly won’t be as easy as ‘using your smartphone’ to earn commissions.
Now I’m not trying to throw shade on this. But I do want to give you the full picture of what to expect. So you can make a more informed decision.
What Is Mobile Success Training?
Mobile Success Training is a ‘new’ 21 step funnel for promoting MOBE. And it’s presented by Paul O’Mahony who is a MOBE affiliate.
The 21 steps show you how to get started with affiliate marketing. Which is where you earn commissions promoting other people’s products online.
Specifically, the training shows you how to earn affiliate commissions promoting MOBE.
You might’ve noticed how I emphasised ‘new’ earlier…
This is because the underlying 21 step program is not new. It has actually been around for years under different names. MOBE simply re-brands this offer as part of it’s marketing strategy.
You can read my recent review of My 7 Figure Nest Egg to see what I mean. The name is different, but it’s selling the exact same 21 step program as Mobile Success Training.
In any case, the 21 step program itself is a ‘front end offer’ that exists to funnel people into MOBE.
Now I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with this.
But it does tend to confuse people as to what they’re actually buying into.
Which is made many times worse by sites like Secret Society of Millionaires. This particular funnel uses massive hype to sell people into the same underlying program.
Anyways, I found the Mobile Success Training sales page to be somewhat refreshing.
Why? It’s probably one of the most honest and ethical 21 step funnels I’ve seen yet. And I’ve seen a lot of these over the years. So full credit to Paul O’Mahony for this.
He’s not using hype to trick people into buying as I’ve seen with some MOBE funnels.
In any case, there are some aspects about how this works that you are going to want to know before diving in. Let me explain…
How Does It Work?
If you do decide to pay the $49 you will be taken to the MOBE members area. Where you will get some introductory training on how to do affiliate marketing.
For 49 bucks there is value here. So if that’s all you do then there’s not an issue.
What’s important to understand though, is that you NEED to spend a LOT more than $49 to qualify for the higher commissions.
This is a ‘pay to play’ system. Which means you need to own the MOBE products you want to earn commissions on.
In other words, if you want to start earning $10k commissions, you need to upgrade…
The above chart shows the various ‘levels’ within MOBE. The highest level being Diamond, which costs almost $30k.
So if you want to earn the $10,000 commissions Mobile Success Training talks about, you’ll need a substantial budget. Because that $10k commissions comes from promoting the above Diamond membership to those you recruit.
You don’t actually pitch the high level memberships yourself, the phone sales team does this aspect for you. Just as your ‘coach’ will be persuading you to buy higher level memberships, they will do this to people you bring in.
So here’s a quick recap of how this works:
- Join for $49 and get some introductory training on affiliate marketing
- Upgrade to higher levels (which your coach will talk to you about)
- Promote MOBE to others through similar funnels to this one
- Earn commissions when your recruits’ recruit people (MLM)
There’s also significant costs involved in paying for traffic, in order to generate leads. You don’t have to use paid traffic but this is the primary method of generating leads you are shown within MOBE. It’s what most of their top earners do.
Verdict- Mobile Success Training a Scam?
Mobile Success Training is not a scam. Because you actually get something for the money you invest, even if you don’t upgrade.
And it’s possible to earn significant amounts of money with systems like MOBE. There’s no denying it. There are folks earning these commissions and the system does work.
With that being said, there’s a lot of controversy surrounding the business model itself (MLM plus high ticket). As you can imagine, many people who join cannot afford the higher costs.
And just because you spend lots of money, doesn’t mean you’ll make lots of money.
There are MANY ways to generate an income online. Some better than others. You certainly don’t have to spend $10,000’s to be successful.
I started my business (doing affiliate marketing) on a shoestring budget. So I can say this with absolute confidence.
What you decide to do is up to you. Hopefully this review helps you make a more informed decision either way.
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