Report: #1060622

Complaint Review: Mobile Money Code

  • Submitted: Thu, June 20, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, June 20, 2013
  • Reported By: Robert D — Ferndown, England Alabama
  • Mobile Money Code

    , Utah

Mobile Money Code It misleads by its promotional advertising video to the extent that it bears no relationship to the offer Utah

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Gregg Andersons promotional video lasts about 50 minutes and as he shows you his palatial home and driving his Ferrari he makes it sound very simple and then gets three "customers' which he meets in local coffee shops and a bar and shows them on their phones that just by pressing 5 buttons thay will make money on their mobiles, and lo and behold after they have had their lunch/coffee, they log in to their Mobile Money Code account and miracles have happened they have made hundreds of dollars. It is so convincing, that when he tells you that he has so much money and wants to pass on this secret to benefit others and its free........... well not quite free! its $49 just to "join the club" so I bought it.

Then you are taken to another site where Gregg immediatley tries to upsell the next part of the package and tells you that if you really want to be super successful then you need this package, then when you try and move on, you get continually "don't leave this page I will discount the deal, then moving to the next stage, yes you guessed it another upsell to enter the special mentored team, and so it goes on until you realise it bears absolutely no resemblance to the video you were shown to entice you in. Basically its designing and selling websites to businesses.

I have now been trying for 15 days to get a refund under their 60 day NO quibble Refund Guarantee, but to no avail, emails not answered etc.I am so sorry to have to say its is a scam. One other thing when I looked online to see if their were anyblogs or focus groups denouncing this scam, all I could find were so called sittes saying Its a scam, but when you opened them up they were affiliates also selling the code.

I hope this helps many people and saves them from this very clever, very enticing offer but sadly like like the old saying goes, "If it looks to good to be true it probably is".  

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