Matt Driscoll’s My Online Business Review – Scam or Legit?

Dale
Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

Welcome to my review of My Online Business which is a new system created by a guy named Matt Driscoll. The website itself claims that you’re guaranteed to make $500 cash just for watching the video until the end, so I figured there couldn’t be any harm in sticking around & checking it out to see whether or not these claims hold true…

One thing I have to praise this system for before we get started is for not being another binary options system. Seriously, that’s all I’m seeing lately! At least if anything this is system is attempting to bring something new to the table.

What Is My Online Business?Β Β  |Β Β  How Does My Online Business Work?Β Β  |Β Β  My Primary ConcernΒ Β  |Β Β  Is My Online Business a Scam? Β  |Β Β  A Better Alternative

What Is “My Online Business”?

“My Online Business” is what’s known as a biz-op (a business opportunity). Rather than relying on risky binary options trades this one claims it can actually provide us with a valuable business instead. Some of these business opportunities are great, but similarly some of them are just as bad as the whole binary options systems – so where does this one fall? That’s exactly what I’m going to be finding out in the this post.

This system claims it can help you make $10,000 in just 6 easy steps – even if you have no technical experience. That’s a pretty bold claim! Then again, there is a lot of potential to make money on the internet so I wont rule it out just yet!

I stuck around for the video, but then I noticed something… This guy appeared:

My Online Business System

Okay wow, I noticed a guy appear – you’re probably wondering what’s so special about that right? Well the thing is, I recognised him. That’s when it clicked, recently I was taking a look at the new Secret Millionaire Society & he also appeared in the video over there too! Take a look:

Serect Millionaire Homepage

That’s the guy right!?

Okay – so that’s not looking too great, but we won’t rule this product out just yet. Maybe that’s the creator & he owns both products (I’m just guessing), but then again it could be another classic case of an actor hired from Fiverr (I’m seeing a lot of this lately). He shows pictures of “his” car, yacht, diamond ring etc… I checked the images out & I found the same pictures on Google… doh.

Either way, we’ll forget about the video because that doesn’t really matter – what matters most is whether or not this product actually works. Everything gets exaggerated in sales videos, that’s just the way marketing goes. Take anti-wrinkle creams for example – on TV adverts they rub them in & the wrinkles are gone in seconds, try it at home and nothing happens… but if they showed you the truth on TV then you’d never have bought the product in the first place. It doesn’t necessarily mean the cream doesn’t work, it just means it might take more time than they shown you on the advert.

The only thing I’m interested from the video is how it’s supposedly going to pay me $500 for watching it. The video also claims that YOU have been specifically chosen to try this system and that you’ve been referred by one of his close friends that chose you. That’s funny because it was just by chance that I happened to stumble across this system!

In all honesty the video is so long that $500 for watching it probably pays an average hourly rate! I gave up one the video, it got boring so I decided to just go ahead and enter to my email address to see what this system was all about.

How Does “My Online Business” Work?

Once you enter your email address you’re told that your new business is getting setup, however on the next page you’re then asked to fill in another form & pay a $49 fee to get access. This may seem alarming, but towards the right of the page is this message:

Risk Free Screenshot

That’s right, they tell you that if you don’t make a commission in 30 days that you’ll not only get your money back but you’ll also get a $500 commission. Surely not – there’s got to be a catch?

What if I just set the system up, didn’t bother doing anything & then just requested $500 after 30 days?

My Primary Concern

After submitting your email into the form on the main page you quickly find out that it’s not “My Online Business” system after all, and you’re instead simply redirected to the MTTB website (My Top Tier Business) which is created by Matt Lloyd.

This means that the My Online Business website has basically just grabbed our email & forwarded us on to this system, which if we choose to buy they’ll receive a commission for. There isn’t actually such thing as the My Online Business system – that’s a shame because I was looking forward to finally discovering a new online business opportunity.

Whilst some people do earn money with this MTTB system, many do not. Plus regarding the “money back guarantee” that was mentioned above, this only refers to the initial system charges (the $49). If you were to go on to buy any upsells from inside the program then these will not be refundable, and that’s quite bad news when you realise that some of these upsells are around $1,997!

Is “My Online Business” a Scam?

Well, since there isn’t really any “My Online Business” product it’s a bit difficult to come to a conclusion about that product, but basically I’d recommend avoiding popping your email in that box because you’ll just be hit with a load of promotional offers not only for the MTTB system but for a whole load of others too.

There is money to be made with the MTTB system don’t get me wrong, but most of the people that join don’t manage to make any money. There are plenty of much better systems out there to try out rather than wasting $49 on the MTTB system.

I personally haven’t ever joined the MTTB system and I’m only basing my opinion on other peoples reviews so I don’t really have too much to say. If you’ve tried out the system then please leave a comment below & let me know what you thought – most importantly did you manage to actually make any money?

I hope you enjoyed reading my review & I’m sorry that it couldn’t be more in-depth but at least we uncovered what the My Online Business system is actually all about – it’s basically just an affiliate of the MTTB referring you over for a commission.

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

The best part is that there's literally no limit on the amount you can earn with it & the process is pretty simple which means that it's absolutely perfect for people that don't have much experience.

Some wealthy affiliates even earn as much as 5-figures per month... Or more!

Amazon Earnings Example

I mean don't get me wrong, that kind of money won't just fall into your lap without doing any work... But the harder you're willing to work at it, the more you stand to earn with it.

So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

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72 thoughts on “Matt Driscoll’s My Online Business Review – Scam or Legit?”

  1. Thank you for this review. Nice to have rss feeds when something new pops up on my interests, which is how I came into a new article about this system and your link was in the due diligence section at a review I seen on HubPages — Both of you and that article author saved me some time and money. Anyway, just wanted to say that your article was very helpful. I was actually looking for a thumbs up or thank you button like they do at Hubpages, but don’t see you have one on your page. So figured I’d post a comment to say thanks. πŸ™‚

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  2. Wow really! How are they able to get away with this? Glad i googled the business, saying is true…if it looks too good to be true it probably is. I knew it of course, i thought it was an affiliate marketing how to…and that would have been fine. But instead its preying on poor unfortunate people to part with $49 only to be redirected ! Now that is quite the commission. Thanks for your post

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  3. Wow. Thanks, Dale. I am glad you went through the steps and found out this is an affiliate program. I’ve gotten ‘trapped’ into sending over my email and got so much other email, my ‘inbox’ became unwieldy.
    You saved me a bunch of time. $49’s not much, but in the grand scheme of things, it does add up lining his pocket(s) as he so aptly put it. …”you’ll make me richer…”

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  4. Thank you for the information you posted. I stemmed to do some research on this opportunity as present by Matt Driscoll, but honestly it was challenging. This helped me and saved me $49, that I seriously cannot afford to toss off. Thank you again!

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  5. Thank you for the input. I was excited at first, but am glad to find the reviews. Would love some real input on some legitimate work at home options. Sales, customer service, telemarketing adds to almost 10 years of experience. Any References would be greatly appreciated Thank you!

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  6. thanks for this.
    i actually paid just to read this few minutes later.
    am on the phone right now cancelling the payment.
    it is such a SCAM!!!!

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  7. Hey Dale , thank you for sharing this. I almost fell for this one. Can’t believe how these thing attract me with the same stuff over and over again. So i believe you might have developed some knowledge about these things by now. Is there any legit system that actually works, that you’ve come across ? I am not looking for 10K a day kind of BS, i’ve lost all faith in those. No. Can you tell me about systems and websites that actually help make some decent bucks online. Thanks again man.

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    • Hey bud, no problem – glad I helped you avoid it πŸ™‚ There are plenty of systems that work & you’ll find the one that I’ve had the most success with recommended on this blog. I’ll admit it’s unlikely that you’ll ever reach 10k a day in an online business but I do have to admit that the internet is a really powerful tool and figures such as $1,000 & even $3,000 per day aren’t as unrealistic as you might actually think. Whilst they may not be ‘easy’ to reach, if you’re willing to put in the work they are most definitely achievable.

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  8. My favorite was how he and his wife just had the twins and then he said one day he was at the park swinging his boys.
    And also he could never say the same thing twice it was always the same but twisted.
    I recommend staying away

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  9. Thank you for your blog…I was watching the videos of the people who made so much money and kept thinking to myself they are living in a house just like mine a tiny rancher so how is it they are making so much money. But I still wanted to research this and see if it could possibly be legit. Apparently nothing is in the world of internet today.
    thanks
    sue

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  10. I watched the video all the way through to see if it actually paid what it claimed. i almost gave up it was sooooo long and repetitive. nope…the video just goes away.

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  11. Glad I read this, really need to make money and moves for me and my autistic child and this would have been a huge disappointment and setback.

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    • Yep unfortunately the only thing this particular system will help you do is LOSE money – it’s just total hype. If you’re still looking for ideas then search my blog for a post entitled ‘List of 72 Ways To Make Money Online’, that should help you out πŸ™‚

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  12. I was so desperate I was pulling out the card to pay for the system. Then I thought let me Google this system before investing. I have spent so much money on these systems that did not work that I thought okay do the research FIRST. Thank you for your reviews!!!

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    • I’m sorry to hear about the money you’ve spent on “duff” systems Deborah, but thankfully at least you were able to avoid this one πŸ™‚

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  13. Thanks for helping save me from being scammed. I am looking for a job and living on $700 a month disability because I was on Hemodialysis for over 11 years. Received a kidney but can’t find work. $49 is a lot of money to me and I can’t afford to lose any at this time. This is such a disappointment.

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  14. Great Job Dale,

    Matching that silly looking head and moustache to another site was GOLD.
    They would both have to be as FAKE as the fool wearing them haha.
    Guys like you deserve a medal.
    Five Stars for your review dude

    Brett

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  15. Thank you, Dale. I am glad I did my googling and read you to the end.
    There are too many out there, in the internet ocean, ready to give you a tempting bait to go right after for the shark’s bite of upgrading to see it work.
    You hit the nail on the head.

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  16. This company sold us a supposed ready-made software, we made payment and then they assigned a supposed team member, which really is an incompetent person in software and his only job is to stall and stall the project. There scam is to let you get so frustrated with such delays that they really never have to deliver the product. They never deliver what they promise! BUYERS BEWARE!!!

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  17. I’m like,dude,you saved me from the worst nightmare of my life before I went to sleep. Thanks and please keep up the good work ?.

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      • Thanks so much Dale, you are a life saver. Like many I have been doopped by so many online companies that I have almost a went bankrupt and thus one was going to send me deeper in to that big B pool. Thank you for your keen eye in catching that phoney looking guy with the mustache which was hilarious BTW. Thank you again from saving me more dissapointments.

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  18. Hey Dale I just finished the 45 min video. No $500 dollars. Have to say I am so disapointed. I was writing to see if you have any insight into Aspire/ Digital Altitude. The bosts are not as extreme but I was interested in the program.

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    • Hello Ariel, I’m sorry to hear that you’ve fallen victim to this scam. Unfortunately, since it’s a scam the creators of the system would be very reluctant to issue you with a refund. By all means feel free to try contacting them using the address on their website, but I doubt it will be successful. I have however put together a guide which might help you – it’s designed to help people get money back from binary options scams but the information could help you in your situation too. You can click here to see my guide & I hope it helps.

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  19. Maybe we all should get together and final a class action suit I fell for it spent 200 bucks when it was all said and done going to see hat the next 4 weeks brings doubt I will get 500 bucks

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  20. Dale, I really appreciate the blog! It saved me several minutes of watching a really boring presentation. And I don’t know if you actually came right and said it but I think it’s a scam. Did you watch the video to the end and did they give you $500? probably not. thanks again!

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    • Haha, thanks for your comment buddy – I definitely don’t feel that Matt Driscoll’s My Online Business System is something worthwhile of anybody’s time or money put it that way… And surprise surprise, there was no $500 at the end of the video! The website is just feeding people lies to try and suck them in, a shame really because it tarnishes the industry & makes people skeptical about the genuine opportunities out there.

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  21. Dale,

    Thanks for saving me $49. I got pulled into a similar scam last year dealing with Kagen(spelling) water and ended up dishing out over $700 before I realized I wasn’t going to make any money. Thank god for google, and thank god for honest reviewers like yourself. I’d love to hear from you about legitimate online means to make money. I’m a full-time college student and need all the spare change I can get!

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    • No worries buddy, glad you found my review helpful – be sure to check out the links around my blog as I’ve put several useful posts together that will help you get started towards building a legitimate income online. Best of luck!

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  22. Thanks, I have a habit of trying one of these every once in awhile. My site said $99.00 for the investment. That’s when I decided to back out. So finding your Site was a God send and made me feel really glad I backed out.

    Wish there was something out there that would seriously work.

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    • Thanks for the comment Debra – I’m glad I was able to help you save some money. There are plenty of things that work, I’ve listed several of them right here on this blog – feel free to take a look around πŸ™‚

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  23. Thanks Dale I was thinking if this worked but alarm bells rang when it said $49 but the pop up payment page had $97. Money is tight since i lost everything last year in a fire so searching for something i can do from home as i am disabled. Thanks for all your advice.

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  24. They are all scams!! They get you in with offer of $500 yo watch video/not gonna happen. The email address that was sent to me did not even match the email address I was replying to. While the video ran, I got on my phone and simply Google my onlinebusiness and a second later the guy on video said his name and it matched a review of this entire scheme! It’s all actually run through Matt Lloyd and once you sign up for $49 then you have to pay almost 1,000 $ in upsells…. this is scandalous. It’s very unfortunate but we really can’t trust people for their word anymore. Especially online bc they could say they are any name and went to any college or are a dr or have a bunch of degrees or they are Ceo of some corporation that you can work for. If nothing else ALWAYS at least GOOGLE THEIR COMPANY NAME OR THE PERSON’S NAME, YOUTUBE IS GOOD FOR CALLING OUT SCAMS TOO!! Best wishes to everyone!

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    • Hi Tracy, thanks for leaving a comment. I would like to point out though that I think you’re getting this system by Matt Driscoll mixed up with the MOBE system by Matt Lloyd which I’ve reviewed here. It’s understandable though as they share very similar names… But nevertheless I don’t recommend either of them to be honest as in my opinion there are much better things to get started with that don’t require any upfront investment.

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  25. Ok so this is the first time ive ever wantrd to actually kill someone, im not doing so good in life, im actually failing at everything. But then this as. Hole shows up with his stupid video, and at the end they want 50 dollars when im already fn broke, so broke i shoulf be on the streets. So if i ever see this guy, i swear matt driscul, ill do him in.

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  26. thank you for the truth , I always check out any email that I get that promises tons of money . I wish there was a way to stop all those scammers that pray on the most desperate people that are trying to make money to buy food and rent or house payments . there has to be a way to stop this , other businesses have regulations to stick to . why can’t there be a way to make them get a license and submit a business plan to make sure it is legit and keep them off the internet . Thanks for listening and let me vent. What do you think about this comment thanks again.

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    • There are regulations for them to stick to, and in the case of binary options they do need a license – but at the end of the day these guys are scammers & online or offline they don’t care about the regulations or the law they will always find a workaround. It’s a shame but it’s the sad truth, that’s why I just try & do my best to expose them where I can to help people keep a hold of their cash. ?

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  27. I also was intrigued especially since I am currently unemployed (target audience I’m sure!). I also caught that the twins that were born in may this year he was pushing on a swing when he was destitute, hmmmm???? The other thing was the fact that all I had to do was watch the video to then end to get $500, NO I had to watch the seemingly never ending video to the end just to find out I had to supply my e-mail address to (hopefully) get $500! Little bait and switch there! I am naturally a skeptical person so that’s when I started googling and found this review. I assumed it was not all it was cracked up to be good think I was just about ready to fork over $50 bucks that I really can’t afford right now! Thanks for confirming that for me!!

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  28. Thanks for all the information on this latest scam. I watched the video
    but did not sign up. What is your review of NOWLIFESTYLE with Joel?

    Seems legit but can be costly to make money. Appreciate any info you may have on this.

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  29. I put my credit card info in and it did not charge me the 47.00 it said it would. It took me to another business where I had to set up a website and watch some videos. I then called the number for the mentor. At first I got no answer. The next day I spoke to a guy and he told me I would have to pay 500.00 to continue with the program. He discounted the price to 300.00. He then told me you market online and the company gives you leads. He also said you are not working for the My online business. That company is only a lead generator. He asked me once I get the 300.00 dollars to call him back. Im not sure if I will. I will keep you updated. The surprising part is that I wasnt charged but my card info is floating around somewhere.

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    • Yes, please don’t call him back – take it from me (and the other commenters above) that this particular program is not worth spending your money on as it involves far too much risk. Yes, you could potentially make money through the opportunity but it will not be anywhere as easy as they make it out to be & that’s why the majority of the members fail to make anything at all.

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  30. The saddest part is that all of these work from home opportunities are just people ripping us off, saying; “Free, Free”, then to find must pay $49…red flags always!!! Once a site says you can make millions, in simple steps…red flag!! Trust me, …none of these opportunity sites legit….there are no addresses to contact anyone, no phone #’s and they pray upon our yearning for wealth….all their stories are the same…don’t ever buy into any of these…..granted you may pay a small fee, but then they have your private information….just don’t do it! Ever!!!

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    • Yep you’re right, they’re just built up on false promises & after handing over the money you’re simply left out to find that they don’t deliver (surprise surprise). There are some real opportunities out there, but those that are real require work – no opportunity will ever make you rich with ease or without doing anything at all… Just a classic case of “too good to be true”. ?

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  31. Is this a legit job because I really want to make money I’m struggling at the moment with all these bills and I don’t know what to do..if this can help me I would be soo happy but then I don’t know if it is a scam

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    • Hmmm, hi Dianne… Did you actually read what I wrote above? If you have any specific questions that you feel I did not cover then feel free to ask them, but with regards to what you’re asking here I definitely feel like I already made my thoughts on that pretty clear in my review.

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  32. Thanks Dale, so weird, as I was looking at this system I was getting pop-ups telling me not to leave the page. This program has been around for years, and I have yet to see someone post that this has worked for them. Thanks again Dale for your review!

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  33. Thank you! You saved me money!! I watched the video and thought it was too too to be true. I am still looking for a legimate work at home part time.

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  34. I’m always interested in making money and always looking at reviews on these “money-making companies”. So, I watched the exhausting, repetitive video. I even considered paying the $49, following the 6 steps and proving it was a crock of “ish” just so I can blast my experience all over the web/social media. Then, I thought…nah, “they” wont make a dime off me. I have tried many programs, from Tupperware to Avon to Herbal Life.. All I can say is…do your homework with these companies. Save yourself and your wallet! The review of My Online Business is appreciated, Dale!! Your review is one of a few I read about this “biz opp” and they all scream SCAM!!! Good looking out!

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  35. Thanks so much for your review on this My Online Business program… I knew there had to be something amiss about it when i watched the video. I thought about investing the $49 but thought I better investigate first. I recently lost my job (my only income) and can’t afford to be scammed into losing even $49 on something that could possibly have no earning potential.

    Thank you again.

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    • You’re very welcome, I’m glad I could help. I’m sorry to hear about your job too but hopefully you will find something else soon enough. If you’re still looking to make a little extra in the meantime then be sure to check out my free guide that contains over 72+ ways to make money online.

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  36. Thanks for saving me 49 dollars. Single mom working her butt off raising my 2 kids still at home and helping my daughter with her children. Not gonna lie if it was true it would have been nice. Thank you again. Nice touch at the end of the video a woman helping redo her church. Bring in anything to do with God to make it look better. Real sad.

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    • Yeah I agree, nice if it was real! Sadly that’s just what these kind of things prey on, people hoping that they *might* be real & handing over money to try it out. At least you came here first though – thanks for the comment. ?

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  37. How can I get my money back? I stupidly fell for this being out of work for almost a year now I not getting responses on job applications I am desperate I feel stupid. Should I contact my bank to not pay? I paid them (m o b e) and have heard nothing.

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