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Full transcript of this My Top Tier Business video review below:
Today, we’re taking a look at My Top Tier Business by Matt Lloyd which is one of the most dishonest and yet compelling sales pages that I have ever seen in my Internet marketing career. We’ll discuss why in today’s review from NoMoreBSReviews.com.
In this video, I’m going to summarize a few of the major points but if you’d like to read the highly detailed, unedited review at any point during this video, you can click the logo in the bottom right hand corner and you’ll be taken to the full review complete with screen shots that you can skim through at your own pace.
I’m sure if you’re watching this review, you’ve seen the really compelling sales page that Matt Lloyd put together for My Top Tier Business and that is pay me $49 to gain access to the product and follow the 21 steps. If you’ve followed the 21 steps and you don’t make money or you’re not satisfied, I’ll give $500 out of my own pocket which sounds really compelling but at the same time kind of makes you raise an eyebrow and wonder what’s this guy up to.
You find out as soon as you get into the product that pretty much you just flat out been lied to because what happens is you get into the product, pay $49, and you start going through the steps. You go through the first few steps and then you’re blocked. You can’t go any further, you can’t complete all 21 steps until you pay $1,997.
Suddenly, it’s not so compelling or attractive. You mean I have to spend $1,997 plus the initial $49 to get you to give me $500 if I don’t make money or I’m dissatisfied? That’s pretty hefty in my opinion.
To make matters even worse, the second problem that I have with the product is you’re pitched the $1, 997 MOBE license they call it but you don’t really know what you’re getting for that. It’s not really made clear. It’s just made clear that in order to continue through the 21 steps and get more information, you need to pay almost $2,000. What you’re actually getting with that $1,997 MOBE license is you’re getting the rights to resell the product to other people. You are paying $2,000 to be someone else’s affiliate which typically speaking across the Internet comes with no charge at all because when you’re someone else’s affiliate, you’re selling their product to make them money. With My Top Tier Business, that’s not the case.
You’re paying almost $2,000 to be their affiliate which, granted, opens up the opportunity for you to make some pretty large commissions yourself but I’ve never seen any product in this industry that I felt was worth paying any amount for to become their affiliate. If they want me to sell for them, then they need to pay me, I’m not going to pay them. Let alone, the fact that they’re charging such an outrageous fee as $2,000. That’s just out of this world.
The final thing that I want to discuss about My Top Tier Business is kind of their sales model overall which I think personally is a little shady and it crosses an ethical line that I don’t cross with any of my businesses. That is, when you pay for that $1,997 license to become their affiliate, Matt Lloyd actually has a sales team that operates under the My Top Tier Business umbrella that does the selling for you which, granted, take a step back, I will say is kind of cool.
But it would only be really cool if they we’re selling a product that I was comfortable with other people buying. I will never sell a product in any of my businesses that is at the expense of another person especially if they are not getting any value or much value at all. They’re just really getting the ability to resell that product to other people. If I’m going to be referring my friends and my family member and my blog followers into a product, I need to know that whatever they were paying for a product, they are getting equal return on their investment in value.
When you’re talking about something like $2,000 that they would be paying just to get the ability to resell the product to other people and be an affiliate, I don’t really see enough value there. I would make a ton of money if I sell the products to my followers and Matt Lloyd’s team gets on the phone and they start calling them and they start selling the product on my behalf, I’m going to make a ton of money Jon Chow has. Jon Chow’s a really famous blogger and he pushes Empower Network now and he’s a member of My Top Tier Business, this made a ton of money from these guys because their sales team does all the work for them. It’s the definition of passive income. However, I will never collect passive income if it comes at the expense and at the cost of other people that will be buying the product and more than likely, the vast majority of them, statistically speaking, would never, ever make remotely the $2,000 back what they spend on the product.
That’s the final reason why I absolutely cannot recommend My Top Tier Business by Matt Lloyd.
That does it for today’s review. I hope you found that helpful. Again, if you’re looking for more details or more reasoning or you’re looking for screen shots or anything like that, again, there is more information available on the website and you can go ahead and skim through that at your own pace. I hope that you found that helpful once again. I’m just trying to keep everyone safe on the Internet. This is a really kind of scary, dangerous industry to be considering buying a product in and I’m happy to help any way that I can. Until my next review, stay safe out there and if I can help you with anything at all, don’t hesitate to reach out. Bye bye.