Is Mobile Money Code A Scam?

*UPDATE April 2019*
Mobile Money Code has recently been closed down by the FTC. Click Here for all the details. was reported to us by one of our visitors who wanted to know if the earnings reported on the website were realistic.

Here at WFHW, we like to dig deep into websites promising big earnings, so I decided to take a closer look at what Mobile Money Code has to offer.

The very first thing that you encounter on the website is the video, and this is usually a good indicator of the quality of the program.

Straight away the alarm bells are ringing as the video opens up with what is a scripted scene full of sports cars, mansions and a group of ordinary people they claim are making money with this program.

Mobile Money Code Scam

Seriously now, I know this long video is going to tell me about all the free training and software that I will be getting, but the alarm bells ring yet again when they tell me this is the latest never-seen-before technology, and it’s only going to be shared with people who have been invited.

And surprise surprise, I have been invited (along with anyone else who visits the website).

On WFHW we get to review many products and services and we have seen so many videos like this.

What the video tells but never fully reveals is that you are going to be making thousands of dollars simply by setting up some sort of mobile money code software, and with the press of a few buttons on your mobile or computer, the money will start rolling in.


You do actually get to see money increasing on a Clicksure Account but that is definitely a fake and can be replicated by anyone capable of searching Google for “create fake Clicksure earnings”.

After sitting through the entire 1-hour video I must confess that my favorite part is when Greg Anderson says he is giving away the Mobile Money Code technology and all the training and live support, but you have to pay $49 for the privilege.

So in other words it isn’t free because you are paying for it no matter how it’s worded.

What Exactly Is The Mobile Money Code?

It is a software program that allows you to create mobile websites for business owners, which you can then sell for anything from $500 to several thousand dollars.

The training claims to teach you exactly how to do this. Naturally, you are going to need businesses to do this for, but this isn’t going to happen overnight.

In reality, you are going to have to personally visit business owners and demonstrate how their website will look on a mobile device.

The majority of business owners will more than likely already have a website. Even if they don’t they will probably have a web professional who they trust, or they can learn how to build a website themselves (very easily).

Plus the majority of websites – especially WordPress websites – are nearly all mobile-friendly because of either the theme they are using or by installing a free plugin.

The bonuses included with Mobile Money Code are:

  • Mobile site generator
  • QR Code generator
  • 50 done for you mobile sites

The most worrying part was the cost of the one-time offers – something that all websites of this type force on their potential customers.

The first was an upgrade of $198, then you were hit with domain name and hosting costs for $262.80. These charges are totally unnecessary and very expensive.

One final sign of concern is when you attempt to leave the website and a pop-up offers you a too good to be true deal.

Let’s just say that Mobile Money Code has 4 or 5 pages of offer after offer as they make a final attempt to get you to join.

We’ve seen this type of marketing many times before…do not fall for it!


From our own investigations, we can only conclude that Mobile Money Code shows some very worrying signs, so for many reasons, we cannot recommend it.

If you have any experience with Mobile Money Code then we would love to hear your comments in the section below.

Neil – WFHW

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  • I’ve been scammed. PLI contacted me after the purchase and I thought they were part of Mobile Money Code but apparently they had “purchased” my information and told me that they could totally set it up for me plus give me one on one coaching so I would understand it all for an additional $4000. Got some good coacdhing but the Ignite Build Web site was very generic…rubber stamped and they didn’t understand anything about Google guideline…destined to fail. I was too gullible and nieve, Have serious regrets. Tried to get my money back but they denied that they were part of the scam.

    • Hey Spinx,

      So sorry to hear about this.

      I actually think this company might fall under the whole ‘Mobile Money Code umbrella’ to be honest. A bit of cyber space back scratching to make sure everyone earns a slice of the cake, as such.

      I’ve seen it before with other programs…I’ve also seen it before with programs by the same team who created Mobile Money Code so it wouldn’t surprise me.

      Regardless, I am genuinely sorry that you have lost so much money to them and I wish you the best of luck with any future online ventures.

      All the best,


    • Sorry to hear about this, Corey, and I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your experience.

      Best wishes,


  • I always good to check sites like this to find out first. How misleading. First he starts out by saying its absolutely FREE!! It was a dead ringer for SCAM written all over it…He probably rented the cars and house out just for this video alone…and hired a few family members to act out the parts to the tee…

    • You are probably absolutely right there, Barry!

      Very much appears to be a scam and I’m pleased to hear that you worked that out before taking the plunge.

      The best of luck to you with all future online ventures.


  • I saw an ad on Craigslist stating you could make $3k – $5 per day. I clicked on it. And that cheesy video came up. You are right. My alarms bells went off. The actors are terrible. I didn’t even continue past the cars. As the video was playing I did a bing search and found your website. Thanks for saving me the time and energy for this bogus crap.

    • You’re very welcome, Maria.

      Yes, it’s incredible how cheesy the video is but the sad part is, people will still take a chance on it out of desperation. The people behind these products are playing a nasty game with people who need some kind of financial break in life. It’s disgusting to be honest.

      I’m so glad you avoided being sucked in to this program, Maria. I appreciate you stopping by to share your thoughts.

      Best wishes,


  • I joined up for his, plus the upgrades and bonus stuff, it started to cost me $500-$600 in the end I cancelled my order..although it took up to a week to get my money back..but a couple of calls to my bank and PayPal..had put a stop on them getting any money..the thing that annoys me now..I continually receive emails saying I have money in my clicksure account, an account I had closed the same day I opened. These emails are immediately deleted.

    It is a scam, and had I kept going. Could have been out for a few thousand..but in the end I received all my money back.

    • Hi Vikki,

      Well done for taking the right kind of action in canceling your payments to Mobile Money Code.

      Regarding the emails, these are typical of programs like this. For review purposes I always use a throw-away email address when signing up and I literally get 100’s of emails per day from all the programs I test suggesting similar things. “unclaimed commissions”, “$xxxx waiting in your account”, “you’ve won xx” and so on.

      It’s a tactic used to get people back into the program, and more importantly, spending money. Ignore them at all costs.

      Thanks for stopping by, Vikki, and the best of luck to you with all your future online ventures.


  • Fortunately, my credit card info got declined and then I got that sinking feeling in my stomach that this might be a scam. I should have realized it before. I got scared and cancelled my credit card but now I’m concerned that they have my email and mobil phone number and will bombard me with emails. I’m also concerned they will somehow be able to get to my bank information. How far can this scam go? I will never fall prey to this scam again. I must admit their talk of giving some of your earnings to your favorite charity made me think they were honest. I will be smarter next time. Thanks for your web site.

    • Hi Cary,

      So sorry to hear about this. Yes, it’s an incredibly underhand way to try and trick people into joining…I’m glad you didn’t go any further with this program.

      I honestly think your bank details will be safe, but only time will tell if your phone and email details are at risk. I definitely think they will try and make contact, but I wouldn’t take any action unless you do hear from them. A firm “No Thanks!” should do the trick, but be aware of them trying to get you back into the program.

      Thanks for stopping by, Cary.



    You 20-May-2014 (Tue) 00:25

    Seriously ??? After all this “FREE” stuff and how “E-E-E-EASY” it is, you want us to puke up $5500 bucks to train how to do it “RIGHT” ??? I guess its not that easy then is it. It’s not just a few clicks of a mouse button and presto it’s making money. I guess BILL’S a freaking liar. Just want my $49 bucks back man. I hope I don’t ever see BILL’S face again. RWF

    • Hi Robert,

      Incredible, isn’t it? I really don’t know how these guys sleep at night!

      I’m sorry to hear that you are chasing your $49, but I am pleased to hear that they didn’t get more cash out of you. Well done for telling them exactly how it is, and I hope they return your cash asap.

      All the best,



    • Hi Min. J,

      Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

      I am so glad to hear that you were able to avoid falling for Mobile Money Code, and pleased that Work From Home Watchdog helped you to reach that decision.

      Best wishes for now,


  • Dear WFHWD founder,

    You are a Good man…thanks for maintaining this site and posting reviews about scams.
    I also, almost fell for the pitch and I am supposed to be educated and sophisticated to BS…believe it or not he got my undivided attention when he says to his new students “after you have reached your goal…pay it forward” then after all the hype, he boldly said “I am going to give you this code FREE, it has a suggested retail price of $5K but I know you don’t have $5K…” and I will paraphrase the gist of his pitch, he intimates…all I want you to do is ‘pitch-in’ $49. that’s all I am asking to help with auxiliary expenses such as paying the workers who helped put this video together….that’s all I am asking…you don’t have to do nothing else and if you don’t like the code…I will refund you every dime of your money back…you keep the code…it’s free.
    Just like your previous commenters, I reasoned if it sounds too good to be true…chances are it’s not. Thank God for Google I did a quick check and first landed on Mobile Money Code (MMC) reviews done by their company to once again trick and mislead the simple-minded that MMC is great and doing well. Of course you and I know that Google will run ads for anyone who can pay them; so it was not surprising that MMC have strategically worked the system to get their Fake Reviews posted on the first page. In fact, they even used the word ‘scam’ in order to divert traffic to their pages. Upon reading the hogwash…I know better, I scrolled down and lighted on your page and as I read …it was like rain falling on a parched ground. Your reviews were not only inspiring and right on point but educational and helpful all at the same time. Thank you for this service. It is definitely needed in this 24/7 internet world we now live in. I hope you get the necessary funds to maintain this site. It is individuals like you that makes AMERICA Great.

    Keep up the Good Work!!!

    • Hi Roy,

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

      You raise a great point about other reviews either ranking high in the natural search results or by paid ads displayed at the top of the search results.

      These very often appear to be genuine, but they are in fact affiliates trying to cash in on the actual program. Shameful really…it’s a pet hate of mine.

      That said, I am really pleased to hear that you didn’t fall for the sales pitch, Roy, and thank you for taking the time to share your experience with my visitors here at Work From Home Watchdog!

      All the best for now,


  • I’m so glad I did not fall for this thanks so much for this comments for people like me not to loose money ! Thanks

    • That’s awesome to hear, Kary, and I am pleased to hear that we helped you to avoid falling for this one :-)

      Best wishes,


  • yes I too was scam by mobile money code I watched the video I made the order I set up the site but run into some probables with the set up I couldn’t get any help to correct the probable that support line don’t work I got a call from one of their representative who asked me a lot financial questions thanks for your review its much needed they want get another dime from me thanks once again

    • Really sorry to hear about this, Charles.

      Unfortunately the reps are only interested in earning as much as possible from you, so I’m pleased to hear that you avoided parting with any more money.

      Best wishes with all your future online ventures,


  • Thank you so much for your review. I am by nature very sceptical about these kinds of programs because in desperation I have lost money trying to do work from home programs before and they never work. We are in a desperate situation with 5 girls one entering college and my husbands government job just gave us a $1,200 cut in pay we need some extra income so I decided to watch this video. From the very beginning it seems very scripted and to good to be true. Especially when he brings his two kids into the mix. Also, his claims to have been in my situation just two years earlier seem really bogus. When he explains all the research he had to do to create this program it doesn’t make sense that he would already have that kind of house and car with all those furnishings in such a short time. The other red flag to me is that here it is March 2014 and yet this video is showing February and March of 2013 and yet this is supposed to be an exclusive “By invitation” “New” technology. All that makes his claims seem very fishy. Your right the emphasis he puts on it being “free” all throughout also raised many red flags. My biggest question is if it works so well how come his team of programmers etc aren’t making money like this and what about the people who answer the phones and take your money? I would think that if this is so easy he wouldn’t have anyone to work for him because they would be doing this too and not need to be answering phones and doing live chats etc.

    Thank you for listening to my little rant and thank you for your review. As good as sitting back and making this kind of money sounds all I really need is a couple $1,000 extra a month and that is something that hard work can provide.


    • Pamela, thanks so much for taking the time to reply and share your thoughts.

      You are absolutely spot on because many things don’t add up with this program. Sadly it’s very typical of online scams to have so many exposing factors these days, and I am pleased to be able to help people spot them.

      Your final comment was a great one…you simply cannot earn big money online by pushing a few buttons. However, with the right training and effort there genuinely is the opportunity to earn a good income on the Internet.

      Best wishes,

      Work From Home Watchdog

  • I almost bought into this scam. I too am out of work and have been for quite a while. When the economy tanked in 08 I lost a 150K job and a 35 year career. I’ve tried other legit ways to re-create my prior earnings, went back to school and earned an Insurance Adjusters license. I found that with all the other certifications I needed I was spending more than I earned. I’ve reached that, Gray Ceiling, and things are desperate. I watched the tacky and too good to believe video, read the disclaimer, followed the Facebook, Like, link and saw all the positive feedback that made Greg Anderson sound like a Saint One actually said that after making his millions he felt it was his Karmic duty to pay it forward. I thought it strange when he said repeatedly that this was not offered to the general public and I had a special invitation and access to the site would not be available again. He told his last protégé to remember to Pay It Forward once he had achieved his goals.
    I always do a rip off search before I sign up for anything, and my Wife would kill me for losing $10.00 let alone $49.00 or more.
    These creeps feed on desperate people such as myself. BTW I’ve gone back to the Special Invitation Only Site five times.
    Thanks for running this site. I too have bookmarked it for future reference.

    • Thanks for sharing your experiences, Steve, and thankfully you were vigilant enough to check this company out before parting with your cash.

      I am pleased that we were able to help, and I wish you all the best for all of your future online ventures.


      WFHW founder

  • I tried this 3 weeks ago (mobile money code) It is a scam. I thought its only $49 but now I have been trying to get that back from clicksure and getting email failure (how convenient!) All I got for my $49 is a video explaining more and more $$- could NOT get into the site, unable to log on. When I called the 800# for help was told since I don’t have additional thousands to put into business they can’t help me; not even to get my money back./ THEY said that is another company than this. Boy, lesson learned!!

    • So sorry to hear about this Susan, and thanks for taking the time to share your experience.

      It’s shocking that people can get away with scams like this, and I hope that our exposure to it goes some way to warning people away.

      Thanks again for stopping by :-)

      WFHW founder

      • thank you for posting an informative review. I almost bought into this. times are hard I was searching on Craigslist looking for a job and this ad came up promising 2000 dollars a day I thought $49 that’s not much but thanks to your investigation I see that $49 just get you locked into have to keep buying up

        • You’re welcome, Jamie, and I am pleased to hear that you avoided parting with what would have eventually been a lot more than $49.

          Best wishes,

          WFHW founder

  • Almost did it when it said only $9 but I feared they were just trying to get my credit card info at this point. I checked into and glad I did. Thanks for the heads up.

    • You’re very welcome, Alicia, and I am pleased to hear that our review helped you to avoid this product.

      Best wishes,

      WFHW Founder

  • Well I have to admit, I fell for this one. First time since I was in highschool, which was roughly 10-12yrs ago, so you can imagine how many online money making scams I’ve came across in that length of time. I always remembered what my father told me back then after the first time I got scammed, which was if it sounds too good to be true is! I always kept that in the back of my mind every time I decided to waste my time reading or watching a pitch and usually within minutes could call their bluff and click to exit the page. I don’t know where my head was at with this one, but I wasted an entire hour watching the vid and then clicked to sign up! Maybe it was due to the fact I lost my job this week and all of the thoughts and emotions that come along with it, may have had a lot to do with me fall in for it…..Thankfully, my bank would not process the payment transaction and a notice appeared instructing me to call my bank and approve the payment posted by (MES Service). Since that has never happened before, I figured it was prob a scam and did a search that brought me to your great site, which immediately confirmed my suspicion!
    Thank you very much for providing all the good and honest info you have throughout your site. Keep up the great work in helping to expose these theives!

    • Eric, thanks so much for sharing your experience with Mobile Money Code.

      I am very sorry to hear about your loss of job, and I agree that it is easy to be swayed when emotions are maybe running high.

      Much has changed over the years in terms of how scams are generally presented to us, and that is what drives me forward with this website.

      I am really pleased to hear that our review helped you, and I hope that your experience will help others who are possibly considering this product.

      Best wishes for now,

      WFHW founder

  • I too was ripped off by mobile money code. Thank goodness it was only 20.00 dollars I soon realized it was a scam when they wanted more money .I could not receive the tech support they promise either.I will not be reading anymore e-mails from these scammers

    • Hi Robin,

      Thanks for stopping by and I am pleased to hear that you have seen through the Mobile Money Code haze. Well done!

      All the best,


  • thank god…
    almost made a bad call there, but thanks to my paranoid/skeptic nature i decided to look it up, at first all the reviews said it was all legit and wasn’t a fraud, but then i noticed they were all from, or linked to, the mobile money code people.

    after a bit more searching i found this site. i am definitely bookmarking this site for future use. this site is an actual legit money saving resource, cause it advises you against making the costly calls of giving money to shady sites. i’m 49$+ richer than if i had gone ahead that “purchase”

    honesty and intelligence can be used to describe this site.


    • Alex, I am very pleased to hear that you found my site and have realized that Mobile Money Code is actually one big scam. And you raise a very good point about other reviews that rank high and suggest it is a worthwhile product…ALWAYS check thoroughly before making a decision based on what others say!

      Best wishes to you Alex for all your future online ventures.

      Marcus – WFHW Founder

  • I’m glad I found this web page before I went any further. Looks like all I am going to lose this time is the $49 ($51 after their international transaction). Once again, if it sounds too good to be true…it is!

    • Hey Russ,
      I’m glad you found us too.

      Just like you say, if it’s too good to be true…

      Keep your smart head on ;)

      WFHW Tea

  • Dear Marcus,

    Firstly thank you so much for your clear and honest opinion. Thank you for creating this website and informing the gullable and desparate people trying to make an honest buck. I am so glad I visited your site and that your review saved me from losing a boat load of cash. I am sooo tired of being emailed these get rich quick scams and them trying to trick me into another “its free but…” propositions.

    I have wide network of business contacts who are open minded in terms of business ventures. I am a business owner just like my contacts i’ve mentioned, and we are always looking to invest or start up a new venture. We have recently been approached by a few MLM companies, in perticular SYNTEk GLOBAL. I am a very sceptic person, but I believe I can trust your opinion. Therefore, if its within your means and not too much to ask, I would appreciate it immensely if you could write a review about Syntek Global.

    Thanks for taking the time to read my (long) comment and keep up the awesome work. I am going to refer all my contacts to your site if they ever have a doubt about a “new internet business opportunity”.

    Kind regards
    Jacques Botes

    • Hi Jacques,

      You’re very welcome, and thank you for taking the time to show your appreciation!

      Regarding Syntek Global, I have passed this information on to the team and we will review this as soon as possible. I will email you when the review is complete.

      Many thanks once again, and best wishes for all your future ventures.

      Marcus – WFHW Founder

  • Just ripped off by this company cannot believe I swallowed the hype Guaranteed money back soon as I told them I wanted my money back my account was not available very expensive lesson

    • Sorry to hear about this Bert, and I hope your comments go some way to helping our visitors avoid the pitfalls of Mobile Money Code.

      Best wishes,

      WFHW Founder

  • Thank you Neil: After reading the 1st to appear on google reviews which all promoted Mobile Money Code with their own forced links to it. I FOUND YOURS
    It accurately describes what I experienced down to the First “Getting started EXPERT I spoke with today. A Condesending J/O named Ryan ….I asked him what this was all about versus how the video made things appear–he said what did you expect? Enter a code and $watch a bunch of $20’s pop out of your PC? I said based on your video, that’s exactly what happens!!! TOTAL SCAM. What really un-nerves me is all these reviewers/bloggers giving this scam the go-ahead!

    • Hi John,

      Thanks so much for leaving your comment.

      We are pleased to hear that you filtered your way through the numerous reviews that are trying to earn commissions for this product (by promoting the product no matter how bad it is). This is very common with all work from home products because it’s an easy way for the website owners to earn some extra cash.

      We feel very differently here at WFHW. If we think a product is bad, or if we think it will end up costing you a lot more than what is suggested, we will tell you. We have no interest in tricking our visitors into thinking that a product is good so we can earn a commission. That is not our mission.

      Thanks again for your time John…we really appreciate it :)

      WFHW Team