My Dot Com Business Franchise Review – Will Paul Lynch Scam You?

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]

When it comes to making money online most people want easy & Paul Lynch’s My Dot Com Business Franchise claims to provide exactly that. You’re led to believe that you can simply sign up & start making money almost right away through some sort of “done-for-you” business model…

My Dot Com Business Franchise Website ScreenshotBut surprise surprise before you can actually get access to anything you’re asked to hand over some money, so what’s the deal here – is it actually legit or is My Dot Com Business Franchise a scam that’ll just leave you with an emptier wallet?

Thankfully you’ve landed in the right place to find out because I’ve taken a closer look into this system & in this review, I’ll be uncovering everything there is you need to know, including how it all works & most importantly whether or not you can really make money with it.

What Is My Dot Com Business Franchise?   |   How Does It Work?   |   What Do You Get?   |   Connections With MOBE   |   How Do You Make Money With It?   |   Is My Dot Com Business Franchise a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is My Dot Com Business Franchise?

My Dot Com Business Franchise is an online money-making program that’s been put together by a guy named Paul Lynch, a guy who has been pretty successful online & is well known for promoting another business opportunity named MOBE.

He now claims that he’s working on building other people exact replicas of his money-making model & this is all done through the My Dot Com Business Franchise program, hence it’s name.

You’re led to believe that if you buy into his program (which starts at $997 by the way) he’ll build you an exact replica of his $3.2 million per year automated cash generating site. In his own words it’s apparently a “genuine million dollar business in a box”.

Sounds good right?

Well maybe, but at the same time it all sounds a little suspicious… I mean what, we just hand over ~$997 to Paul & he sets us up with a website that’s going to generate us $3.2 million per year on autopilot?

Rather than charging these fees to make money why doesn’t he just… You know… Set up another million dollar business for himself?

Clearly the answer is because it’s not quite as easy as he’s making it all out to be, so let’s take a look at how it all actually works…

How Does My Dot Com Business Franchise Work?

Remember above when I mentioned Paul Lynch was well known for being involved with MOBE? Well yeah, the reason for that is because he’s generated millions with the company… He’s one of their top-earners & the reason why is likely because of his My Dot Com Business Franchise program.

You see despite promoting his My Dot Com Business program he’s actually still heavily involved with MOBE & ultimately this program has been designed to sell you into it – though it goes a long way around it.

And this is not uncommon, I’ve seen several other top affiliates of MOBE create their own systems/programs that sell people into it – Jill Veverka’s My 7 Figure Nest Egg program is another good example.

But that doesn’t mean I necessarily recommend them, in fact I’ll be honest… I don’t, and here’s why…

MOBE itself is what’s known as a high-ticket network marketing program. This basically means that it sells expensive products & that the primary way you’ll make money with them is by recruiting other people.

The products they sell all revolve around making money online – and basically the program goes something like this: you sign up on the promise of learning how to make money, then you find out that the way to make money is by getting other people to sign up who are looking to make money…

BUT the biggest problem in my opinion is that you can’t actually earn anything on the sales of the products unless you actually purchase them yourself. So if you want to make money with MOBE you’ll have to buy the products even if you don’t necessarily want them yourself & this could see you spending in excess of $50,000 overall.

When I said it was expensive I really wasn’t kidding…

Anyway, here’s how the My Dot Com Business Franchise ties in with it…

Basically Paul Lynch has created his own “mini-MOBE”. The reason I call it that is because overall his program basically works exactly like MOBE does, only his program then later goes on to sell you into MOBE itself.

So basically to get started with his program you’ll need to join at one of the 4 levels found inside, which are:

  • License Level – $997
  • Franchise Level – $5,000
  • Gold Level – $11,497
  • Platinum Level – $19,997

And realistically if you want to get the full potential out of his program you’re going to have to go all the way in at the Platinum level, so yeah it’s firstly safe to say that this program which likely be out of reach for most people.

The reason I say you’ll have to go all the way up to that level is because it works similar to MOBE in the sense that if you don’t own any of the products you won’t earn commissions when you sell them.

So as an example if you buy in at the license level & you make a Platinum sale you would only earn a $500 commission rather than the full $8,000 commission which would be payable if you were a Platinum member yourself.

Basically it’s another program (similar to Digital Altitude) were you’re pressured to go “all-in” otherwise as they put it you’ll be leaving money on the table.

And this brings me onto my next point…

What Do You Get For Your Money?

Well the good news is that you do indeed get something for your money, but in return for the amount of cash you’re being asked to hand over I personally don’t feel like you’re getting all that to much…

You’re sold on the fact that you get sales funnels & done-for-you websites which may sound impressive if you’re brand new but honestly these are things you could create yourself relatively cheap using alternative online tools that would probably set you back less than 30 bucks a month.

On top of that you’re provided with training, and it’s clear that this is the main substance you get with the program. The higher the level you go the more training you’re promised you’ll get, and at the top level you’ll actually get offered some in-person training in their UK offices.

This isn’t too bad, I mean Paul has put some decent training videos in there & the invitation to get in-person training is pretty sweet, but overall I just feel like it’s unnecessary. Do you really need to be paying close to $20k for this type of training which you can actually get for free through similar programs like Commission Academy? Personally I don’t think so.

As far as I’m concerned it’s clear that this whole opportunity has been priced with commissions in mind rather than product value, but that’s a common trait of these high-ticket things.

They lure you in one the amount you can potentially earn rather than how much you’re actually getting for your money. Don’t get me wrong though you could earn a lot selling high-priced ~$20k products, there’s no doubt about that.

It’s just that personally if I was selling such high priced things I’d prefer that the customers were getting a lot more in return… Not just the promise of later being able to make large commissions themselves.

Then MOBE Comes Into It…

If you think the spending stops at the Platinum level, think again. You’ll have already shelled out close to $20k to get positioned at the top in this program but then you’ll find out that you’re still less than half way because there’s another program that this whole thing connects with…

Yep that’s right, after upgrading you’ll find out that this whole thing is really just an expensive sales pitch into MOBE, so to get the real full potential out of it you’ll need to sign up to MOBE & upgrade to their highest level as well… This will set you back around $50k on top of your original $20k investment!

Overall you’ll be spending around $70,000 just to “position” yourself in these systems… That’s before you even get started making money.

And Here’s How You’ll Be Making Money…

Once you’ve sold your house, your car, whatever it is that you need to raise the $70,000 to get started with this program you’ll find out that the way you actually make money with it is simply by sending other people to Paul Lynch’s sales page.

So yeah, after investing your money all you need to do is find a bunch of people who like you, are also willing to sell their house… their car… whatever it is to get started with this online business.

And as you probably guessed I’m being a little sarcastic here – I absolutely don’t recommend you do any of that, but that’s why I don’t like these so-called “high ticket” programs because ultimately there will be people out there doing that.

These programs are bad news…

Is My Dot Com Business Franchise a Scam?

Well it’s not a scam as such because realistically if you went through all of the training & heavily promoted it you could make money, but the sales pitch is very misleading & there’s no mention of the insane $70,000 investment you’ll have to dish out before you can even get properly started.

The truth is that whilst you can make money with the My Dot Com Franchise program ultimately it’s going to cost you an awful lot to get started & it’s going to be lot harder to succeed with than Paul makes out.

The reality here is that despite having the potential to make money, most people who get started with this program will most likely fail & end up losing money as opposed to making any.

For those reasons it’s safe to say that I am not going to be recommending this program – the risk involved is simply far too great. There’s no need to fork out such a huge amount of money to get started online when you can get started with similar programs for free, such as the Commission Academy program for example.

Anyway hopefully my review provided you with the insight that you were looking for into how all of this works, but if you do happen to have any further questions or comments don’t hesitate to leave them below.

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!

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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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10 thoughts on “My Dot Com Business Franchise Review – Will Paul Lynch Scam You?”

  1. my dot com business, empower network, mobe, all selling you a job, why on earth would you buy a job?? i can sell any product i like without buying it so can you.
    the franchise program has been removed that is theft & fraud, they keep your money steal your list of members then switch off your franchise that you have paid a lot of money for, leave this and any lynchs scam offers well alone he will soon join the ranks of mobe, in hiding. Never ever buy a job.

    • I agree that you shouldn’t ever have to pay to access a “job”, however as the title states what you were buying wasn’t a job, it was supposed to be a “franchise”. Of course though it still turned out to be completely fake but I just want to make it clear that it was promoted as a business opportunity, not a job.

      • when you end up by sending your customers to his site that you have paid for and then he sends them to his other offers,and takes the lions share of the profits, that leaves you a commission, that is not a franchise, also if you check a franchise is for life you can even sell a franchise or will it.
        If the company who sell off the whole business then you must be offered a get out clause or even a different financial package.
        All i/we did was to send our customers that we paid to get so he could add them to his lists. That is a job, sell a car get commission, that is a job sell anything as an affiliate that is a job. but your own franchise all of the customers that you got to join are your customers for your own business. This was still a scam either way you look at it, if not then you still own the franchise and it is still working??? i very much doubt that.

  2. Paul Lynch is one of the biggest scammers on the internet. I gave Paul $5000 and then bought into MOBE through him. I have wasted so much money on this man and he couldn’t even be bothered to answer any of my emails and he never did anything to help me other than taking my money.

    His company was doomed when he got rid of their only marketer Phil Carrick. Nobody else did anything to help us other than Phil but Paul keeps sending me the next big thing which will probably just be a flash in the pan. I’ve learnt a very harsh lesson and wasted most of my kids inheritance on him.

    Avoid the scammer at all costs

    • The house is false,the swimming pool was false, the offices are rented (now closed) he is not a co owner with the hotel, Phil was a nice guy but used by the lynch same as the rest of the team.
      one day he may find that the football injury he had will seem like a scratch. fancy suing the nhs the big girls blouse injured his own ankle using the wrong boots. he had the nerve to sue some one else for his stupidity. they should sue him for slander.

  3. A new scam by allegedly Paul lynch. Investment club. That makes you 15% per day. They want to set up a bit coin account. I dont know what else.

  4. Now all of the so called franchises have been shut down by p lynch and his merry tribe if bandits, his next scam is investmentclub, he is now giving a guarantee that you can make 15% per day by guess what sending him some money. notice on his email account address the address is no longer at the business address that he was renting but in some semi nearby? That one definately does not have a a swimming pool. mind you the backdrop image he used before was green screen and all B.S. leave this scam artist alone, let the authorities handle him.

  5. mdcb no longer at the business address but still registered with companies house. the offices are now empty, staff all gone??? lets see who gets scammed next.

    just goes to show all that glitters is not gold. same with the house the false background image unused swimming pool and the old bentley, i wonder if that has now gone back?

    • Yes, most businesses have left their offices due to the pandemic. It’s likely that they’re working from home, which is the sensible option for any tech company in my opinion.


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