He’s not yet thirty and Matt Lloyd is now making over $300,000 a month in his direct sales business. This makes him an obvious target for the countless, “Is Matt Lloyd a Scam?” headlines and YouTube video postings. The only article I found about Matt Lloyd scamming others was on a website that suggested that Matt was trying to scam someone by inducing them to buy a motor home…in Brooklyn, for $4,900. But Matt LLoyd internet marketer hails from Perth, Australia.
I’m sure that if you’ve been in the online MLM or direct sales industry for more than ten minutes you’re probably already familiar with Matt Lloyd and his My Online Business Empire (MOBE) lead generation system. You might even be one of his students. Here is the skinny on Matt Lloyd and MOBE.
If you search for Matt Lloyd, you’ll see countless video and blog testimonials about the network marketing guru who first made his mark on the MLM industry as an affiliate for industry superstar, Jonathan Budd in 2011. For that product launch Matt tasted some serious success and ended up on the Leader Board for the Budd product. Up until recently Lloyd was primarily working with network marketers who wanted to achieve the kind of success he has seen through his own training program, MOBE. However more recently he broadened his pitch so that non-network marketers will find his ideas attractive too.
My Online Business Empire is structured around the concept that the more leads a marketer’s website generates, the more success and more money they will make from their website. However, Lloyd takes marketers beyond lead generation to lead management and conversion. Below are some of the tips and tools students who register for MOBE are receiving:
It’s possible that red flashing lights might appear when potential students realize they have to register for information to get pricing details but the fact that membership costs are not available on the website do not indicate that Matt Lloyd and his programs are a scam. Online testimonials state that the cost to join MOBE is not cheap but that the return on the investment can be robust. Some network marketer testimonials state that they made-up the cost of their membership within four days by earning around $2,400.
It is understandable in this online age where bad guys can hide-out in the same virtual sphere as the good guys that we’re all a bit more cautious about who we trust. The stories revolving around Matt Lloyd being a scam artist are a good reminder to us all that it’s up to us to complete our due diligence as we move forward in every business endeavor and to protect our good names. In this business a good name is gold.
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