Who doesn’t want a healthy 7 figure ‘nest egg’ to retire with?
While many folks deserve to retire with over a million dollars in the bank, it doesn’t always work out that way. Which is why it pays to look for ways to build your income now.
Just as there are legitimate programs online though, there are many scams. So it pays to do your homework as you are now. Well done.
In this review, I’ll help you decide if My 7 Figure Nest Egg is right for you. I know exactly how this ‘system’ works and I’m not promoting it. So I’ll share the facts along with my unbiased opinion to help you decide for yourself.
What Is My 7 Figure Nest Egg?
My 7 Figure Nest Egg is a ‘white labelled’ 21 step training program presented by Jill Veverka. It costs $49 and teaches you the basics of affiliate marketing.
I use the term ‘white label’ because, the underlying 21 step program is really owned by MOBE. It’s not a new program by any means.
MOBE’s 21 step training has been around for years. This is simply Jill Veverka’s version.
The reason MOBE ‘re-brands’ itself like this, is because it allows them to sell more products. Rather than taking the ‘one size fits all’ approach they target the same training to different audiences.
It’s controversial in some respects, but it does work.
In any case, the real company behind My 7 Figure Nest Egg is MOBE. And the training is about affiliate marketing, which earning commissions for promoting other people’s products online. It’s a simple business model and it can potentially be very lucrative.
Who is Jill Veverka?
The sales page centers around Jill Veverka and her story. Apparently, she’s a retired teacher and discovered how to make a good income online (with MOBE).
This is probably true. I have no reason to assume otherwise. No doubt people who are in a similar situation, will be relate to her story and be more inclined to buy.
Which is precisely the point.
Jill Veverka is a MOBE affiliate who earns commissions when people join MOBE through her affiliate link. The money she has made has been made by promoting MOBE to others like you.
There’s nothing wrong with that, as long as you’re promoting genuine programs.
But it is important to understand how this system works before diving in. Just because it worked out great for Jill, doesn’t mean it’s right for you.
How It Works
If you decide to give it a go, the first thing you’ll need to do is buy My 7 Figure Nest Egg for $49. Which teaches you some basics on getting started with affiliate marketing.
What you will soon discover however, is that the training is all about ONE thing- promoting MOBE. I was actually surprised to see Jill was very honest about this on the sales page…
I say surprised because a lot of MOBE affiliates I’ve seen do not promote the program in such a transparent manner. Take my review of Online Profits Breakthrough for example. There’s a disgusting level of hype in that marketing. See for yourself.
Anyways, your goal is to make money promoting MOBE to others. Whether it be through the ‘My 7 Figure Nest Egg’ funnel or some other funnel that leads people into MOBE.
You can definitely make money this way. There are a number of people making a considerable income promoting MOBE through various sites.
Just as there are also many people who don’t succeed.
The Catch- It’ll Cost You BIG Bucks
The reality is, if you want to make a substantial income promoting MOBE, you need deep pockets. What starts out at $49 ends with (essentially) whatever you can afford to pay.
Seriously. To qualify to earn the higher level commissions Jill talks about on the sales page, you need to buy these products yourself.
The more products you buy, the more you can earn. So it’s a ‘pay to play’ system.
The first ‘upgrade’ you are encouraged to buy is a ‘silver membership’ which costs $2,497. This is the first small step to earning the higher commissions. The highest level is a ‘diamond membership’ for almost $30k which unlocks the full income potential with MOBE.
It’s not that you can’t earn without buying this stuff. You can. But promoting MOBE only becomes worthwhile once you qualify at these higher levels.
The Myth Behind “Done For You” Sales Systems
It’d be nice if everything was ‘done for you’ huh? Yup. Which is precisely what My 7 Figure Nest Egg promises you. But it’s simply not true.
It is true that your main job is going to be sending people into the funnel. Yes. From there the dedicated phone sales team works to close the higher level sales for you.
So in that sense the system is done for you.
But there is still a LOT of work and effort to get to the point of earning a full-time income online. Regardless of which done for you online business you join.
Getting traffic (people) to send into the funnel requires a substantial amount of money or time if you plan on getting traffic using free methods. Either way, it’s not plug and play’ simple and does require a solid commitment to get profitable.
Verdict – Is My 7 Figure Nest Egg a Scam?
I don’t consider My 7 Figure Nest a scam. No. But that doesn’t mean I recommend it either.
On the plus side, I didn’t find Jill’s sales pitch to be too overhyped or scammy. Which was refreshing. There is some good training within MOBE itself, and there is potential to earn a significant income too. So I don’t think it’s fair to call this a scam.
The drawback is, you really will need deep pockets if you want to make this work. And you’ll also need to be comfortable promoting the same system to others. Since that’s really what this is all about.
In any case, it’s not the only way to create an income online and you do not need to spend $10,000’s to be successful either. Not at all. So it pays to consider your options before committing to something like this.
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