*UPDATE April 2019*
Mobile Money Code has recently been closed down by the FTC. Click Here for all the details.
Mobilemoneycode.com 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.
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