• Easy to get a refund
  • Decent amount of content
  • Contains some good content







  • Several referrals to other products
  • Methods do not work as presented
  • Examples of niches given are unrealistic
  • Lots of automated processes which are never as effective as manual processes
  • SEO lessons are very shallow and ineffective
  • Gives you the “how to” without the “why” – doesn’t “teach you how to fish” so to speak
Review of My Mobile Money Pages by Andrew Davidson
Overall Grade: D


Since I almost always start out on an extremely negative note, I’m going to say something nice about My Mobile Money Pages first – it wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be. With that being said, it doesn’t come anywhere close to delivering on its promises. There are a lot of automated processes in this guide and in my experience (and many other affiliate marketers will tell you the same), automated processes that skip on a lot of the necessary details will cost you big and are largely ineffective in the long run.


I always write my reviews with a new or very young affiliate marketer in mind. I grade and rate products like My Mobile Money Pages most heavily based off of one thing – if I were new to affiliate marketing, would this product make me money? With this product from Andrew Davidson, my answer is “no”. It’s not the biggest scam I’ve seen, but it’s a far cry from the best.


The members area of My Mobile Money Pages is not organized very well which would make it much easier to become overwhelmed if you’re a young affiliate marketer. Once you finally figure out how to navigate the members area, you will find that each lesson is quite lengthy and fairly detailed. This can be a great thing and is a necessary quality in any product I will review positively, but the examples given are vague and not very realistic. If you launched the site Andrew Davidson teaches you how to build in the members area, you’d be very hard pressed to make any money.


If I set that flaw to the side and assumed that MMMP gave good examples with great detail, the tactics used within the program still would not generate income for you as an affiliate marketer. At a point in the program, Andrew Davidson teaches how to use one of the tools within the program called “Robo Link Cloner” which automatically submits to article directories and website directories on your behalf. Both of these are like playing with fire in my opinion (with a few rare exceptions which this program does not mention) and should NEVER be used by any affiliate marketer – new or experienced.


One of the best places for me to turn when evaluating a product is the members’ forum (if they have one), and My Mobile Money Pages does. Here are a couple of comments from the members area:
“I’ve personally had enough with this mess. The server is down as often as it’s up. Most of the time, my links to articles and pages don’t work. I’ve published 20 e-books with links to my MMMP sites and just had to change all my links to my other sites that aren’t hosted here. I will say the education I got here was worth the membership price and I still use the keyword tool, along with Adwords. Other than that, don’t build sites here. You’ll loose a lot of money and too many customers.”
“I just started on 8/13/2012 and am completely lost. I purchased the Platinum program where MMMP is supposed to create your website for you but I can’t even get a simple question answered from them. What I need to know is, “what website material I have to send them so that they can set up my website.” I tried support and the special e-mail address for platinum subscribers, but no one answers. Can anyone out there help me?”
I read that last one almost a month after it was posted and no one had replied to help this user.


For me that speaks volumes. Sometimes you have to take comments like that as a grain of salt, but those users (particularly the one on top) are trying very hard and are still unable to generate results even remotely close to what they were promised on the sales page. My final verdict on My Mobile Money Pages by Andrew Davidson: Avoid it. There are much better places to spend your money and the program does not set you up for success as they promise they will in the sales letter, even if you purchase all of their upsells (which by the way, are videos you are REQUIRED to sit through before being given the option to move into the members area).


If you have any questions or comments about this review, feel free to send me an email using my contact page, call me, or comment on this post! I do the absolute best I can to be a free resource for new affiliate marketers that are trying to change their lives and avoid getting scammed in this dog-eat-dog industry!


My Mobile Money Pages reviewed by Ian Pribyl on .
Summary: It won’t make you money and will likely confuse you
Description: My Mobile Money Pages by Andrew Davidson pitches you multiple affiliate offers, presents unrealistic examples, and teaches ineffective techniques. Details in this review.
Rating: 1 out of 5.