You can start banking up to $5,500 cash after watching this short video…
As crazy as that sounds, this is exactly what the UDC System sales page claims. It’s so full of unbelievable ‘get rich quick’ hype it’s almost funny.
Almost. It’s not very funny when you discover the underlying truth about this system.
UDC System Review
The system is apparently owned by ‘Mark’ and the domain for the website (udcsystem.com/1) was registered anonymously in December of 2016. Who this Mark character really is, is anyone’s guess.
Anyways, the first thing you find on the sales page is a video showcasing luxury cars, mansions, money stacks and yachts…
As far fetched as the video may appear, it’s all still very exciting. I mean, who doesn’t want to earn big bucks quickly and easily right? What if ‘this’ was the one!
But you’re also skeptical of such bold claims. As you rightly should be. It was probably this same skepticism that landed you here reading this very review.
Anyways, to try and overcome your skepticism, they show you “proof” that the system really is making people money.
Each of the people featured claim to be making $1,000’s per day with this system, all within a very short amount of time. They simply ‘plugged in’ and watched the money roll in.
Almost as if they’d won the lottery for crying out loud. For example, this guy claims he made over $4,000 in one day as if it magically appeared out of thin air:
Except… he didn’t make that money because he’s a paid actor from a website called Fiverr:
Anyone can hire this person to shoot any testimonial video for under 20 bucks!
He’s just a freelancer doing his job, so it’s nothing against him. But it does go to show there’s zero credibility in those endorsements.
It is true that you can make high amounts of money online, yes. But not when you are just starting out. They are essentially preying on desperate beginners with tactics like this.
They also claim there’s “only
24 14 spots left” which is an outright lie. There is not, and never has been, ‘limited spots available’ for this program. Period.
This is a trick to get people to buy on impulse.
What Is The UDC System and How Does It Work?
The UDC (Ultimate Dot Com) System, AKA ‘Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle’ is a re-branded sales page for MOBE.
This program has been around for years. They use these re-branded pages to get more people in who otherwise wouldn’t have if they’d heard of MOBE.
How does it work? Here’s the process in a nutshell:
- Get a 5 day free trial, then pay $49 plus $19.95 p/m for access to 21 steps training
- Spend at least $2,497 to become ‘MOBE certified’
- Your ‘coach’ will encourage you to 10,000’s more on addittional products
- You are now qualified to make the real money with this program
It’s cool they give you the free 5 day trial. This is the first time I’ve seen any MOBE funnel do this.
If you want to make the kind of money the sales page claims though, you need to spend the big bucks. Both on getting ‘qualified’ and on advertising to promote the same system you just joined.
To give you an idea, one such product costs almost $30k. Yes, I’m being serious.
Anyways, once you do qualify, your sole mission is to promote the same system. Your recruits are encouraged to do the same, and you can earn a percentage of their sales since this is a ‘two tier’ multi level marketing system.
Here’s how this mlm system is structured:
- Level 1 referral (earn 10-50% commissions on their purchases)
- Level 2 referral (earn 5% of whatever these referrals purchase)
As per the official compensation plan, you earn from both the people you recruit and whoever they recruit.
There’s nothing wrong with promoting the same system you use, and mlm is not a scam in itself. But there is a right way and a wrong way to promote any program.
Is The UDC System a Scam?
Some say yes, others say no. I think it depends on your definition of a scam.
On one hand, high ticket products do not make something a scam. Being an mlm does not make something a scam. There is a lot of useful training within MOBE and you absolutely can make the kind of commissions they claim.
But I personally cannot stand the way they promote their program. In my opinion, it’s highly unethical. They make people believe money will fall into their laps with little effort on their part which is simply not true.
Short of reading a review like this one, most people would have no clue what they are really in for.
I’ve even seen MOBE promoted online as an actual job. As in, on actual job search websites! I’m sorry, but that is grossly misleading. Plain and simple.
How Much Money Can You Really Make?
Making real money online requires a good amount of time and effort.
I don’t care which method you use, rarely will any newbie jump on and start making thousands of dollars within a week or even a month. This is not a job or some ‘secret loophole’. No. It’s an actual business.
Furthermore, there is no guarantee of success even after paying large sums of money. Here’s a snippet taken directly from the UDC/ MOBE income disclaimer that proves this:
The average Consultant, which includes both active and inactive, generates less than $250 per year
Like any business, you get out what you put in, so I’m not saying this has a particularly low success rate. My point is, it’s not a ‘walk in the park’ to riches.
If you dive into this expecting to profit big with minimal effort, the way UDC implies, you are going to be very disappointed.
There’s no doubt about how unethical these marketing tactics are. Website’s like UDC trick people into whipping out their credit cards, rather than showing them what the real program is and how it really works.
If you look past these tactics though, there is some good training within the underlying program. And you can make money this way, without a doubt.
But if this is how you are taught to promote MOBE and what’s required in order to make those big commissions, you can count me out. No thanks.
In any case, you don’t need to spend $10,000’s or use these tactics to build a profitable online business.
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