Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam?


Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam?

Can you really make $4,000 to $8,000 a month with 6 Figure Profit Club? And, will they pay you $500 just for watching their sales video? As with most bold promises, there is more to the story. Keep reading to see the Devil in the details.

Name: 6 Figure Profit Club
Website: 6figureprofitclub.co
Owners: Cannot be determined.
Price: $99 plus 21 upsells and more
Opinion: Not Recommended

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Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam?

When you visit the 6 Figure Profit Club website, a video begins playing. In the first few moments of the video, a banner warns that the contents of the video are controversial. Then we meet the narrator, a man who calls himself Sean.

Sean promises that with his methods you can “easily” earn $4,000 to $8,000 a month. A few minutes into the video, he claims that he’ll even teach you how to earn $4,000 to $8,000 a DAY!

Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam?Here’s the kicker of Sean’s offer. He promises to either give you $500 for watching the video or to give you a $500 discount. He seems to talk out of both sides of his mouth. One moment, he’s promising to pay you $500 to watch his video and the next moment, he say’s he’ll give you a $500 discount.

Do you really think he’ll pay your $500 to watch his sales video? Don’t bet on it.

Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam? I’ll let you decide. First, let’s define what a scam is. According to the online Merriam-Webster Learner’s Dictionary, a scam is a dishonest way to make money by deceiving people.

Before we can decide if 6 Figure Profit Club is a scam or not, we must determine if it deceives people.

Definition of Scam

Does 6 Figure Profit Club Deceive People?

In the sales video, Sean makes several implied promises. He implies you can make $4,000 to $8,000 a month with his methods. And, he says he will either pay you $500 or give you a $500 discount just for watching the video. That promise is a bit muddled.

He also claims his method is “easy.”

However, if you read the disclaimer immediately beneath the video, you see a line that says that success in that business takes hard work. This moves me to ask Sean which is it, easy or hard work? My guess is Sean is deliberately misleading us and hoping we won’t read the tiny print under the video.

If making $4,000 to $8,000 a month was easy, as Sean claims, you probably would have heard about it on social media.

Another thing you’ll find in the tiny print beneath the video is a line that says if you want to know the average earnings read the full disclaimer.

Please do read the full disclaimer, because that is where we begin to see the truth. If you click on the Full Disclaimer, you are taken to a disclaimer for MOBE!

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What is MOBE?

MOBE has trademarked several names for itself, one of their names is My Online Business Education, LTD. The point to remember is that 6 Figure Profit Club is just a landing page leading to MOBE. When you think you are joining 6 Figure Profit Club, you are joining MOBE.

Nothing in the 6 Figure Profit Club sales video suggests that the program leads to MOBE. Why would they conceal Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam?their identity?

MOBE presents itself as an educational platform that teaches internet marketing. When you join, you are encouraged to advance through 21 steps of training.

The MOBE earning disclaimer reveals that most people who join do not finish the 21 steps. The reason most people do not complete the 21 steps of training is that it costs money. Each level is more expensive than the last. By the time you complete all the training recommended by MOBE, you will have spent many thousands of dollars.

There are links in the MOBE earning disclaimer that will take you to the training packages where you can see how they cost. You must look closely to see the prices because of the color of the prices blends into the background. Why do you suppose they don’t want you to see the prices?

Before you join, you owe it to yourself to understand the expenses you will incur and what the chances are of making your money back. UPDATE! 23 Nov 18: MOBE has been shut down by the FTC. Read more HERE.

How Much Can You Make?

Buried in the MOBE disclaimer, you will see that the average consultant earns less than $700 a year. Remember Sean’s implied promise in the video of making $4,000 to $8,000 a month? The sales video giveth and the small print taketh away.

The MOBE disclaimer explains that most consultants don’t complete the 21 steps of training or invest in paid advertising. How much it will cost you before you have a chance of earning $4,000 a month may be substantial.

Before you spend money on the 6 Figure Profit Club/MOBE business model, do your homework. Check your greed and emotions at the door and take a cold, calculating look at the numbers. Find out how much it will cost you to go ScamAvenger Girl giving thumbs downall-in with MOBE and how much you can reasonably expect to earn.

How You Make Money with MOBE.

You will make money with MOBE by selling MOBE products. The products are the 21 levels of training, plus additional resources.

To get the full benefit of MOBE, you are expected to complete each of the 21 steps of the foundational training, plus buy online advertising to promote MOBE. Each level or step in the 21 step training program costs money. As you move up through the 21 steps, each new step costs more than the previous step.

Before you can earn a commission on a MOBE product, you must first own that product, which gives the person who got you into MOBE a sizable commission.

Not everyone is suitable for MOBE. It costs a lot to buy all 21 levels of MOBE’s training. Statistically, according to MOBE’s own words, a very small percentage of MOBE consultants earn $4,000 or more a month.

To help you determine if MOBE is right for you, I wrote an article that walks you through analyzing MOBE. Read it here.

Some reviews of MOBE claim it is a pyramid scheme. I’m not qualified to make that judgment. It requires an in-depth investigation and a court hearing to determine if MOBE is a pyramid scheme or not.

If you’d like to know how the FTC determines if a company is a pyramid scheme read FTC’s statement on pyramid schemes.

The Last Word on 6 Figure Profit Club.

Did you get paid $500 for watching the 6 Figure Profit Club sales video?

Reflecting on 6 Figure Profit Club, I’m reminded of an old bit of wisdom that says, “If they will lie to you, they will steal from you.”

I began this article with the question “Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam?” Instead of offering my opinion, I chose to compare 6 Figure Profit Club to the definition of a scam and asked you to decide if you have been deceived. Were you?

6 Figure Profit Club is just a pass through on the way to MOBE. You will not make money with 6 Figure Profit Club because 6 Figure Profit Club is nothing but a landing page.

You will not make money with MOBE. You will lose money.

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However, this does not mean you can get rich quick. It means with the proper training and support, you can be financially secure in years instead of decades.

And, it’s not difficult. I’m confident anyone who can send an email and research online is capable of building a profitable internet business, IF they are properly trained and supported. That’s why we promote the FREE Starter Level of the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course.

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10 thoughts on “Is 6 Figure Profit Club a Scam?

  1. Any website that costs you to promote their product seems kind of scammy to me. Especially if you have to pay to take all the training.

    One would think that taking you to MOBE would be false advertising. Or at least a bait and switch. Isn’t that against the law? Obviously these types of programs are not regulated but if someone lost a boatload of money based on the promises of the website, I’d think there would be a lawsuit. 

    1. Hi, Lisa!

      Six Figure Profit Club is nothing more than a landing page leading to MOBE. I agree with your assessment of MOBE. It seems to stay one step ahead of the law. MOBE’s online reputation is awful and they are aggressively suing or threatening to sue anyone who writes a poor review of them. My webhost was forced to remove my original review of MOBE, although no reason was given. 

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  2. Good expose of this shady strategy, Gary. Thanks for the heads up! If there are no blog posts like this, perhaps more and more people will fall victim to these programs. So, I’d say, keep doing that, keep on reviewing programs and guiding people to safety.

    I just noticed something: Why is this MOBE company surrounded by marketers who are either dishonest or money-hound? I noticed several feeder programs all promoting MOBE, and the way they do marketing? They all look the same.

    Can’t they think of a better way promoting MOBE? Or, maybe the flaw lies in being associated with MOBE?

    1. Hi, Gomer Magtibay!

      You bring up a great point about 6 Figure Profit Club and the like. MOBE has a dreadful reputation online and a simple search will reveal countless complaints. Their sorry reputation may be why they hide behind other names and websites. 

      In my article about MOBE, I link to some of the MOBE complaints. I also link to a lengthy warning from the BBB about some of MOBE’s practices.

      While MOBE and it’s feeder websites surely attract people who are eager to make money online, it seems that many of these people quit MOBE when they see the disconnect between MOBE’s practices and their own values. That probably leaves an inner cadre that is more focused on making money regardless of the ethical cost.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  3. There doesn’t seem to be too much to understand here other than it requires choosing a niche, building a website, getting traffic, and making money.

    Now I know enough that there’s a lot of hard disciplined work required and trainings that must be followed.
    But when you’ve gone through as many scams as I have over the years you’re bound to finally find the program that is honest and not a scam.

    I go with my gut. Over 1.5 million people can’t be wrong.
    I chose Wealthy Affiliate. What would your reasons be for choosing it?

    1. Hi, Rob!

      I agree. Affiliate marketing is a simple business. There is no reason to spend a lot of money to learn how to do it right. 6 Figure Profit Club, and ultimately MOBE, over-complicates the process and inflates the expense of learning.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  4. I have had my fill of scam-ish sites and the people that run them. It is hard enough to build traffic to a legitimate site. Long winded sales pitches with lots of promises of wealth and how easy it is to acquire it, followed by the up- sell list that is staggering. I have seen many of these kinds of schemes. I appreciate the heads up about this particular online business venture. It is another pitfall avoided. Do you have any tips to spot these types of sites as they are becoming ever more present? Any dead give aways?

    1. Hi, Corey!

      Like you, I’ve had my fill of scam offers. 6 Figure Profit Club is part of a very large sales funnel that leads to an expensive offer that gets more expensive at every level. 

      In my experience, 95% of make money online offers are either blatant scams or worthless junk. In other words, if you assume an offer is a scam or worthless, you’ll be right 95% of the time.

      Legitimate offers know they must earn your trust. They won’t expect you to trust them just because they say they’re not a scam. A legitimate offer will prove themselves to you with a free offer, a real free offer, no credit card needed. If they claim to have a free offer but then ask for a credit card number, it’s not really free.

      The one clue that an offer is not legitimate is they sell the dream of blissful financial independence. If they try to make you feel greedy for the pig in a poke they are selling, it’s not a legitimate offer.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

  5. I believed this club is a real scam because the deception alone is so deep. In the past, I experienced dealing with networking or pyramid scheme and majority of them were real scammers. Is networking and pyramid scheme the same? Do you have the link of the video? I would like to see it myself, but I’m totally believed that it is a scam. Thanks for this information.

    1. Hi, Bien!

      You can find the 6 Figure Profit Club video at the website listed at the top of the article. Any offer that promises you will make big money is misleading. 

      When an offer flashes cash, fancy cars and houses, it is trying to make you feel greedy. Greed makes us stupid and you have to be stupid to fall for their offer. My point is, that any offer that makes us feel greedy is probably a scam.

      The difference between a networking company or MLM and a pyramid scheme can be so thin that it takes an court hearing to determine the difference. Much like a scam, networking companies, MLM’s and pyramid schemes sell the dream of fast, easy money. You can read more about pyramid schemes in my article Pyramid Schemes.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Gary

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