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Complaint: Where to even start: Although I want to just start off this report and start writing in all caps screaming to run far far far away from this compnay, I am going to try to give you a comprehesive report of my experience with MOBE so you can decide if you want to participate in this company. Here goes… I want to be upfront and say that I am a type of person who is willing to try out new things and take risks. I work from home and have a few streams of income. I don’t make a lot of money – about $3k/month right now, but I’m working on starting my own businses to make some more. I saw a facebook ad that advertised a free workshop for small business and people who were looking to make some extra income from the comfort of their home. It advetised a retired teacher who had little to no experience using online marketing was able to make additional funds that added to her pension. I thought, great! I’ll check it out as I’m wiling to try new things and I already love working from home. Fast forward to the free workshop: I get there and the guy who lead the class was very upfront. At the very beginning of the class he basically said, look, I’m in the marketing business and I’m going to try to sell you something. This didn’t bother me or surpsie me as I’m not daft to the fact tht everyone is trying to sell something or at least create value in the world. The man leading the class was named Karl. Karl went onto say that he and his wife place facebook ads online and are able to generate a good stream of income every month. To make a long story short, he said, if you sign up for our three day seminar, we will teach you how to do what we do so that you can also start generating money from home. I considered $497 to be a no brainer for a 3-day training course on how to place ads online. (BTW I’ve paid for other educational seminars for a similar price and those seminars have been well worth the price becasue they delivered on what they said they were going to offer). Not only was I paying for a 3 day inperson training, but I was also, supposedly, paying for a coach who would be assigned to me to help get me started after the training so I could be provided with additional support. I thought this was a really great deal. The coach even called me and talked to me for 30 minutes. She was like, “You’re going to be so glad you invested this money

Tags: Internet Marketing Companies, Marketing, Multi Level Marketing

Address: etc. etc.”” She told me I needed to start the first 5 steps of the 21 step program. I logged in and started the steps and it introduced Matt Lloyd

Website: David

Phone: the founder of the training program

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