My Mobe Review, Is It Legit Or Scam?

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Overall Ranking:  5 out of 10
Price: 2,497 pus 27/month fee
Owners: Mat Loyd

Mobe Review

Once again, thank you for visiting my site, if you have anything to add let me know in the comments section below. So without further ado, here is my Mobe review.


MOBE stands for My Online Business Empire, which later in 2014 was changed to My Online Business Education. A little play on words to make it less intrusive and more on learning. Matt Loyd, the owner, wanted a place for others to learn to build a business online.

This is a company that presents Online Marketing in the form of courses that you pay for like a physical college. There is no physical location you go to to learn and yet you paid the same price you’d pay for a college degree. That doesn’t make it a scam, just over priced.

You’re paid a commission on every referral you get to join, which makes it a Multi-Leveled Marketing. This system does work but it’s usually the 5% that make it.

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Too expensive
Continual upselling
It is an MLM (Multi-Level-Marketing)


This program is for the more advanced people in affiliate marketing, I would not recommend it for someone just starting out. If you don’t know what is going on, you will be lost in the mess along with most of your money.


The program provides a tailor made online training program that will show you how to choose the right business model based on your strengths and weaknesses and how to select the right niche and business model that can work for you with lifetime access to updated content. This is called silver and once you pass silver, you move onto gold, all the levels of an MLM.



There is a whole web page dedicated to supporting, providing FAQ and guidance on billing and technical issues.

MOBE offers a thirty-day, money back guarantees on certain products unless otherwise stated in the various product or service agreements. All subsequent “subscription fees” are nonrefundable as the benefits of the service are realized immediately upon payment.


The price costs amount of 2,497 dollars to join, plus a $27 monthly fee.


There are less expensive options to go about learning Online Marketing, I have been using Wealthy Affiliate for two years now and have not been disappointed. You have the option of trying it for free just to check it out.

Wealthy Affiliate offers training, certifications, and webinars for $49 dollars a month with a 29/month special for newcomers. Come check out my review.

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4 thoughts on “My Mobe Review, Is It Legit Or Scam?”

  1. I’ve always thought MOBE was a scam. If it isn’t a scam, it’s still way too expensive for me. Why would anyone pay out that much money when they can try Wealthy Affiliate for free?

    I don’t like MLMs either. I’ve tried several over the years and only lost money and friends for my effort. I’m going to try the Wealthy Affiliate free offer. You can’t beat free.

    1. Their support number is 1-844-662-3787.
      They have a 30 day return policy on any products you buy, but the subscriptions are non-refundable. They state that you understand the benefits when you get a subscription. Hopefully that helped, I understand where you are and it’s not fun.

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