Website: My AE Success
Owner: Anonymous/ Uses Alias
What Is My AE Success?
This is an introduction into a multi level marketing program known as MTTB/ MOBE that in my opinion is being promoted in a very unethical manner. It works by getting people in the door at a low price point, in this case $97, and winds up costing unsuspecting people a LOT more than this.
The initial 21 step training is pretty thin and is primarily designed to get you to buy addittional products. The biggest issue here is how this site skims right over the important details and chooses to use hype to get people in the door.
I cannot say for a fact that this is what they are promoting since I didn’t purchase it myself, for obvious reasons. They are always very vague about the details of what they promote so it was only when I read the fine print that I came to this conclusion.
That said I am 99.99% sure of this considering MOBE has the following features within it’s system:
- A luxury car bonus (for the elite recruiters) pictured as a silver Mercedes in the compensation plan
- A 21 step program
- A $500 guarantee that requires you to complete all the steps to claim, including buying a licence for $2,497
- The coach you get to walk you through the system
Have a look at a very similar sales page I recently reviewed called My Millionaire Mentor. This too promises $500 if you don’t make money with the 21 steps and the income disclosure leads straight to MOBE.
The $500 Guarantee Is a Sneaky Trick
By the time you get to the 6th step in this so called training you will come to realise that in order to proceed with this whole business opportunity you’ll need to purchase a MOBE licence for $2,497. This is the only way you are eligible to obtain a refund, you MUST purchase this for them to consider you to have ‘completed all of the 21 steps’.
Take a look at a screenshot I took from the website’s purchase agreement:
This is located at: https://www.myaesuccess.com/terms/purchase-agreement.php
Clearly this is not really a guarantee at all, it’s a partial refund on nearly $2600 worth of spending and it’s still a big maybe. I’ve seen a lot of reports from people not being able to obtain refunds from these guys so I wouldn’t hold my breath. If you take some time to read through their other disclaimers you’ll see a lot of back pedalling on almost everything being said in the sales video.
Also, as far as the ridiculous claim about giving you a free Mercedes Benz goes… only a very small percentage of less than 1% of people ever get this and it comes with some very elaborate strings attached. It’s essentially an ‘allowance’ for you to lease a car as long as you maintain a certain level of earnings, if your income drops you get stuck with a massive lease. Now of course you could achieve this and I am not saying it’s impossible, I am saying I’m not a fan of how the business is being presented. It is very misleading in my opinion.
Other Things To Watch Out For
The promo website is actually associated with a plethora of other scam websites that have one thing or another in common, most of which promote a non-existent link posting ‘opportunity’. They all seem to try and pass off an association with a news company, use fake testimonials and convincing fake personas to get people buying among other tricks.
They also make very sure to get your personal information before you even enter their website so that they can hit you with a barrage of extra offers through a team of telemarketers.
But it doesn’t stop there…
They actually rent, sell and share your information with third party’s for profit! Not only does this result in a ton of annoying calls, texts and emails but people are losing a lot of money this way with little chance of a refund since the deals are made over the phone.
These websites are constantly shutting down and changing their names and web addresses in an effort to stop people being able to read real reviews about them. As soon as they get exposed they just switch a few details around which really has made this the never ending scam.
I hate to say this but I really don’t see these sites coming to an end any time soon. The best thing you can do is protect yourself and warn those you care about.
In my opinion, this is a textbook example of unethical marketers deliberately misleading people to buy a product that is nothing like what consumers would have imagined. There is some value in the training but you are being charged double the price (retails at $49 all day every day) and aren’t being told the real story.
At the very least, you are better off purchasing the product straight from the source and save yourself some cash. I do believe there are better options to consider though when it comes to building a home based business.