What is My Top Tier Business? Scam Or Legit

What is My Top Tier Business? Scam Or Legit

Just like in the movie ‘’Coming to America’’ when Eddie Murphy tells the girl he likes thatWhat is My Top Tier Business? Scam Or Legit he is a trash man by saying, ‘’when you think of the trash think of Hakeem’’, then he gives his trademark wide grin to her. If you have watched that movie you will know what I am talking about, nevertheless, the point I wish to make is that My Top Tier Business is the same as MOBE (My OnlineBusiness Empire), so when you think of My Top Tier Business think of MOBE!

If you haven’t read my review on MOBE, please do because I wrote that review based on my personal real life experience with MOBE.

So, My Top Tier Business is another brain child of Matt Lloyd and I can assure you that you should expect to cough out unimaginable dough into this program should you join. But, that is unlikely to happen because that is the reason why you are here, to find out what is My Top Tier Business and to know if it legit or  just plain scam, right?

What is My Top Tier Business?

My Top Tier Business is an online program that promises to teach you how to make money by becoming an affiliate marketer. It is owned and founded by Matt Lloyd (each time that name is mentioned I feel terrible). OK, personal sentiments aside; it can be found on mytoptierbusiness.com, that is for members login. Matt Lloyd is an Australian guy who tells you in his sales video that you only need to register with $7 and you will be on your way to getting revelation on how to make tons of money.

But here is the thing, like I wrote on my MOBE review, this guy doesn’t tell you everything you need to know about ‘’getting started’’ with My Top Tier Business’’ and I hate it when someone tries to sneak up on me like that especially, when there is a lot of money involved.

Anyways, he just started with the $7 a week of recent because when I joined it was a flat $49 for registration, at least so he said until I registered and got the surprise of my life.

How does it Work?

Upon registration, you will be assigned a personal coach that is supposed to walk you through the whole system. By the way, you will have to pay $49 for registration; 21 videos will be presented to you and you must watch these videos at least one in a day after which you may contact your coach should you have any question, sweet right? OK, don’t be in a rush!

Until you get somewhere on the 6th video or so, I can’t really remember which of the videos that you will be expected to buy your own product from MTTB. Without buying, this product the next video will be inaccessible until you buy and unlock the next video. And should you buy the least of the products you should be looking at $2000! This is one out of the many upsells you will be encountering as you progress.

They promised a get rich quick system that will make you thousands of dollars in your first 100 days, that is if you buy all the buyable from MTTB. I think I listed their products on my MOBE review and the least in terms of cost on that list is $1000.

Matt Lloyd’s ideology is that in order to make money from affiliate marketing you have to own a product and for you to own one you have to pay for it dearly. But then, who pays that kind of money to become an affiliate marketer. As a matter of fact, affiliate products are usually free to affiliate marketers to promote with no cost.

Is it a Scam?

What would you call a program that promises to make you money only if you register with only $49 and only to find out much later (after registration) that there are other high ends upsells? I call it a scam! Because, they know if they tell you from the onset about the upsells you will never register with the $49 and therefore, they have lost that. And if by chance you fall for whatever it is they are telling you on the sales video and decide to go a step further by buying any of the products, and then they have got you locked in, because you will like to do whatever you can to get your money back. That is how you will end up selling high ends products to other people and you can imagine how difficult that would be, right?

Conclusion

I am not calling MTTB a scam because of the high-end products they have, but I am calling them a scam for not disclosing what MTTB is really about, what you can expect if you join. This behavior is a scam! Not being entirely honest is a scam! Because they are only luring their unsuspecting victims to sign up with them and manipulate them further.

Are you truly looking for a way to make money online? I will point the right direction to you if you will let me. First, there is nothing like ‘’get rich quick’’ program; making money online is very possible and you can really become rich but you have to build your online business, and by building it you have to work and be committed to developing your online business just as you would to an offline business. If making money online is that easy as portrayed by MTTB, I think no one will be working in offices anymore.

Here is my #1 recommendation, where you will be met with online money making reality. There are no hypes or telling you, you will own a yacht, a mansion or an exotic car in a month’s time. But you can own all of that if you are willing to WORK because the rest of the success recipes will be provided to you by Wealthy Affiliate such as the tools, support, and a very reliable community.

Join now for free and find out for yourself!

12 thoughts on “What is My Top Tier Business? Scam Or Legit

  1. I am very interested in making me online money, i have been interested in several systems only to find out that they are scams after doing researches on them. Thanks for enlightening me about MTTB… I will be sure to avoid that one. Can you tell me how i can identify weather or not a program is a scam?

    1. Hello, Michael, there are telltale signs about programs that are possible scam, the most common is when you see the ”hype”, that is promises of making you a rich person, most often you see mansion, a yacht and exotic car exhibited on their sales page or video, then you better be careful with that program. Unfortunately, you do not know other signs until you research extensively about the program to see what others that have used the program have to say.

  2. Thank you so much for post. This will help others to stay away from this scam and people can understand what they can expect. I know wealthy affiliate is very trustworthy site. Thank you for highlighting it. Kepp up the good work.

  3. I agree that any program that has as many upsells as My Top Tier Business is a complete scam. $2000 is a HUGE amount of money and I feel horrible for those poor peopel that fall victim to this type of scam. I joined Wealthy Affiliate about a year and a half ago and it was the best decision I ever made. I encourage others to consider Wealthy Affiliate, because it is the only real legitimate online opportunity. Thank you for warning people about yet another scam.

    1. Thank you Steph, it is my pleasure to expose them because they hurt me even though the money I lost may not be that much, but it hurts.

  4. Thanks for the heads up! I completely agree that if you are not honest with your audience, then it is for sure a scam.
    Also I like the mention with Coming to America. Hilarious movie.
    Keep it up!

  5. Hi Nnamdi,

    You hit the nail on the head with that one mate. Exactly as you say, if they were entirely transparent at the start, people wouldn’t even bother with them. And they know exactly what they’re doing, every move premeditated. I’m guessing there is no refund policy either??

    As a member of Wealthy Affiliate, I can honestly say that my membership is the best money I have spent online. It’s only been 4 weeks and I have already accomplished so much. I urge anyone reading this to try and find one bad review about wealthy affiliate. They don’t exist.

    Thank you for raising awareness

    1. Hello, Adam, thank you for the visit and comment. I cannot recall if they are giving a refund because when I first joined and paid $49, I demanded a refund but there was no response, they totally shut me out.
      Wealthy Affiliate is the best place to be for anyone who intends to build a genuine online business.

  6. A very interesting and enlightening article which certainly makes you wary of joining a program for a $49 registration fee only to subsequently find out that there are numerous upsells and that you are required to purchase products to earn an income. Been there and done that in the past, never earned an income from such schemes which I for one regarded as being scams.

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