Is Top Tier Side Income a Scam? My Review Shows You How It Really Works

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]

Top Tier Side Income is a program that claims it can allegedly see you generating a full-time income from home after just following a mere 21 steps. You’re told that you’ll get everything you need, including access to a personal business coach & that you can even make money if you have absolutely no experience.

Top Tier Side Income Website ScreenshotOn top of all that you’re led to believe that you can get started with the program for just a mere $7… This where it all starts to sound too good to be true, so what’s the deal here?

Is it actually a legit program or is Top Tier Side Income a scam that’ll part you with your cash?

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

What Is Top Tier Side Income?   |   How Does Top Tier Side Income Work?   |   Is Top Tier Side Income a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is Top Tier Side Income?

The Top Tier Side Income program calls itself a business in a box & it leads you into believing that you can simply sign up, follow 21 steps & get a proven strategy to making money online.

But on top of just getting a proven strategy, they also claim to provide you with everything you need to start making money too, such as the websites, the sales pages & the so-called “high-ticket” products which will supposedly enable you to earn large commissions…

Like I say you really are led to believe that everything’s been done-for-you & that the Top Tier Side Income provides you with a really easy way to start making online without experience or a great deal of work.

It all sounds great in theory but sadly the reality isn’t as good.

The reason I say that is because I can tell you right from the off that the Top Tier Side Income system isn’t actually a system at all – it’s just a sales funnel that’s been built with the intention of getting you to sign up to a business opportunity named MOBE.

MOBE might be a program you’ve already heard of, but if not then I’ll point out that I’ve previously reviewed it & I chose not to recommend it. There were a few various reasons for that & I’ll explain them here in this review after I show you how it all ties together…

How Does Top Tier Side Income Work?

MOBE LogoAs I briefly touched on above the Top Tier Side Income program isn’t actually a program in itself at all, it’s just a sales page that’s been put together with the sole intention of getting you to buy into a program named MOBE.

MOBE is what’s known as a high-ticket network marketing opportunity. In short, this basically means they sell expensive products (products which teach people how to make money online) and they give people the opportunity to earn commissions by recruiting other people.

Whilst you can buy into MOBE by going directly through their website I’ve seen a lot of alternative sales websites that have been set up (like the Top Tier Side Income website). The reason for this is because as a member of MOBE you essentially make money by re-selling MOBE, so many of the members go on to create their own websites to get more people to sign up to it.

Some of the other sites I’ve seen promoting it include the My 7 Figure Dream Lifestyle program & the 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle system.

Essentially whilst these are all different sales pages saying different things they all lead you to the exact same place – the MOBE 21 step training program which can supposedly help you earn a substantial income online.

Anyway here’s how it all works…

Basically the Top Tier Side Income website sells you on the dream of being able to earn lot’s of money online from the comfort of your own home. Then, after handing over $7 you’ll find that you’ve bought the MOBE 21 steps program.

This isn’t the end of the world because the claims made on the sales page do still kinda hold true…

You do get the business coach as promised (kinda), you do get access to the 21 steps of training (kinda) and you do get access to high-ticket commissions (kinda)…

The reason I say “kinda” a few times above is that there’s a slight catch which you’ll begin to realize as you progress through the 21 steps.

The catch is that the $7 fee is merely just the start – after you go through the steps (which are locked until you chat with your “coach”) you’ll find out that this program quickly gets VERY expensive.

And when I say expensive I really mean it – in order to get the full potential out of this program you’ll be required to spend thousands of dollars. Around $50,000 in total to be precise.

You’ll also find that the “coach” who’s there to help you through the steps is, in reality, just a salesperson that’s been hired to get you to upgrade to the higher levels inside of the program.

I mean yeah sure I won’t take all the credit away from them, many of the coaches are successful online marketers themselves & they do give out some good tips but honestly, it’s clear that their main intention is to get you to upgrade.

And the reason for that is because that’s how everybody is making money inside this program… From getting others to buy in & upgrade.

In short, this is a basic run-through of how the process works…

  • You get pitched the opportunity to make money & sign up to MOBE to find out more
  • You go through the 21 steps & get pushed into purchasing the higher levels as you progress through
  • You realize that the way you make money is by promoting MOBE to other people
  • You promote the MOBE sales pages (like Top Tier Side Income) & earn commissions when the people you refer upgrade
  • The people you refer then find out the way they make money is by doing exactly what you did

So basically it’s a program that claims to teach you how to make money but the real way you make money with it is simply by selling the idea of making money onto other people.

I mean don’t get me wrong they do provide some training in return for your money – but as far as I’m concerned the training has been priced with commissions in mind rather than based on the value it provides.

The other problem is that whilst they boast about how you’ll be able to earn lot’s of money by selling “top tier” (aka expensive) products, you’ll find out that you have to personally own the products yourself before you can actually earn commissions by reselling them.

So, in my opinion, a lot of the people who are joining this program are purchasing the products not because they want them, but because they’re simply scared that they’ll lose out on commissions if they don’t.

Anyway, the income disclaimer says it all…

“The average Active MOBE Consultant generates less than $700 per year in commissions.”

Given the fact that the overall investment required to get the full potential out of this program is around $50k I personally don’t feel like a return of $700 per year is a satisfactory level of income.

That’s one of the main reasons I chose not to recommend it in my review! And note the fact that it states “Active MOBE Consultant” – most of the people make so little that they actually give up, but surprise surprise it doesn’t incorporate them. Anyway…

Is Top Tier Side Income a Scam?

Well, it’s not a scam as such since there is actually the legitimate opportunity to make money through this program – but overall it’s pretty misleading, requires a high level of investment & in my opinion just poses way too much risk.

I mean sure, you could make a lot of money by selling high priced products… It’s not rocket science, but at the same time, it is not quite as easy as that… If it was then everybody would be doing it, and those “Active MOBE Consultants” would be making a heck of a lot more money.

The truth is that the whole thing is a lot harder than you’re led to believe, and whilst you can make it a success with a LOT of work you’re sadly only left to find this out after spending thousands of non-refundable dollars. That’s why most people end up losing money to this program rather than making it.

In my opinion whilst it claims to be a program geared towards helping newbies get started, I kinda feel like it’s a program that’s more geared towards helping the gurus take advantage of newbies. There’s just no way you should ever need such a large amount of money to get started online – especially not when there are awesome programs like Commission Academy which you can access for free.

So overall it’s safe to say that I am not going to be recommending this opportunity to you. Whilst it is technically legit I just feel that it’s the best place for you to get started since the likelihood is you will end up losing money rather than making it.

Anyway, hopefully, this review provided you with the insight you were looking for into this program & if you do happen to have any further comments or questions then 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!

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.

About the Author:
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]
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23 thoughts on “Is Top Tier Side Income a Scam? My Review Shows You How It Really Works”

  1. I unfortunately signed up. Is there any way to get out of my stupidity? I don’t have the money to play with and they got me to get an American Express card

    • You know what if you signed their contract your thru they won’t let you back out they will take you to court that’s their specialty if you would have done more research on this company you would find out this is something they do on a regular basis take people to court .once they find out this site is going to charge you an arm and leg you try to back out but they will threaten you with legal action period . So your screwed plain and simple I hope they didn’t talk you into business credit cards and if the did DONT GIVE THEM THE ACCOUNT NUMBERS they will use these cards to charge to their will next thing you know you 30,000 $ in debt . So I wouldn’t sign anything more with them if I was you Trap that all this is this is my true review of said company

    • Well, I would have been happy to help you until I noticed your rude comment below. You only left your comment here for <20 minutes, I am not a robot that lives online 24/7.

  2. I just recently signed up , is this the company that suppose to be based in Washington? I was skeptical but unfortunately went with it and now they gave me with a American Express card, chase sapphire , and even a PayPal credit ! Any advice for me ?

    • You gave them the account numbers and pass words ? your thru they will charge these cards and you will be in debt and if you back out we’ll watch out they will threaten you with court this is how this company works I don’t really think they help anyone but put them in debt

  3. I joined Toptier. I took me a couple of months getting a computer set up. Now that I am searching for merchandise, what I am finding that I can procure, seems low quality and difficult to access.
    I have read your article and with my reaction to taking so much time to find unsatisfactory stock I want to exit the program.
    I am afraid of the credit cards that I participated in setting up, in my name, with thousands of dollars on them. Do I talk directly to the card company and find out what my liability is?
    If $700 is truly what most participants make in a year I am in big trouble if I don’t withdraw from this commitment. Is there a web site that will school me on how to withdraw and come out safe?

    • Hi Nancy, I don’t know what you mean by “withdraw”. If you’ve bought into Top Tier Side Income, it’s going to be very difficult for you to get your money back as you’ve essentially agreed to their terms & made a purchase. You could try contacting your bank/card issuer for help, but I am not sure what they will be able to do.

  4. I just signed up, I appreciate you for giving detailed explanation about how TT Marketing works… now I am scared knowing how the business works. They took the amount already from my credit card, can I still terminate my agreement, any advice please, thank you.

    • I’m pretty sure you are in the same situation that I am in. I was suppose to get all this customized training and most of the set up work would be done for me. Well I was lucky if I got a coach to call me an hour a week. Quite often it was only a 1/2 hour a week. They say all the money that i paid was used for setting up the store shell. They also said that they had press releases for a grand opening. They also kept adding pictures of pets to my Instagram site. I think the were just stock photos that they use for every pet store. Not sure where any of these “press releases” were ever sent too. Well my on line pet store has been open since January. I have had 1 sale. It was out of stock and I had to refund the customer’s money. The gemtleman here has offered some good advice. I haven’t been working on the store for the last few months. I am $30,000.00 in debt on the credit cards and i have wiped out my 401K. Trust me you will not get any of that money back. They were supposed to show me how to set up a blog. That never happened. I do have a side gig with Amazon. I haven’t made money from that either. I am 68 years old and on Social Security. I could not make payments on the credit cards. I got in touch with a law firm that specializes in negotiating with card companies. They are going to try and get them to take less money. Until that happens, I have to pay them $447.00 a month for 4 years. In the mean time, I am going to open a Facebook page for my store and learn to set up a blog. I have an Instagram account which is where I can add links to Amazon and my store. My plan is to work on my social media skills and learn to blog. I also plan to check out the information sites that this gentleman has offered. No dreams of getting rich, but anything I do earn can go into savings. That way I can afford to get my little dogs groomed. I have been grooming them myself. Another career that I will not get rich at!

  5. Let’s start a class action lawsuit against them in Washington State! My name is Heather and live in Texas. They took me for $11500. plus had me open up a $10,000. Discover Card. Dropped my credit score by 63 points, and with their deceptive lying, I tried to cancel in the 3 days but they kept getting me to call them back and lying to me and setting me up with other appointments that just ask me for more money!

  6. In November of 2022, I had a credit rating in the 790’s. I had only a mortgage loan to pay on a monthly basis. However, I was experiencing a monthly deficit of about $500. Seeing an ad on how to make money by selling products on line, I checked with the BBB and saw they had an A rating. I then contacted Top Tier Marketing (TTM) 11/15/2022 and agreed to pay them $10,000 for teaching me how to set up a website. Since I didn’t have any money, they had me contact American Express, Discover, Wells Fargo and Apple for loans. “You have to spend money to make money,” they said. After weeks of setting up products and setting prices, I was contacted by an affiliate ot TTM who would take the products I had assembled and build the website for me for $12,000 and have it running for Christmas shopping. With the belief that I would make the money to pay the loans, I agreed. However, no sales. So another team associated with TTM, offered to produce ads for Instagram, Facebook and Youtube for another $10,000. To this day, I have only sold one item to my daughter for $13.00. TTM obtained the Domain but has not given me access to it. The Website was not set up properly and lacked a “buy” button for all 120+ items. The ad service never showed me how to use the images they produced and refused to correct a misspelling in one of the ads. I only wish I had discovered these comments months ago. I’m 83 with no hope of paying off these debts. My new credit rating is poor.

  7. After posting the previous comment on Sept. 19, TTM contacted me to discuss its contents and my problems. They recommended that I have my website hosted with GoDaddy at little cost, and that I would then have access to my Domain. The transfer was not easy since GoDaddy had me purchase their web format and wanted me to re-build my website with them. (Not going to happen.) In checking on how to transfer websites, I discovered that Shopify would host the Domain as well as the website but that I would have to wait 60 days before transferring from GoDaddy. In a rage, I contacted TTM. They listened and promised to rectify the situation. Much of my angst and anger was due to my belief that TTM was only contracted to support me for 3 months in building a website. I was wrong. I discovered that they are there to support me for life. Therefore, I publicly apologize to the TTM staff and to readers of these posts for the negative comments I made. Despite my accusations, they have been more than willing to assist me. I hope others who have had a negative experience with them will give them a try at solving your next problem. I recommend them highly.


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