Welcome to my truthful review of the UDC System from someone unaffiliated with it!
According to the sales pitch, you’re about to watch some free training on earning cash payments of $1,2500 – $5,500, and as easy as pie too.
But is it really doable or does the person behind this money-making product lead you astray?
Get stuck into THIS unbiased review if you want to know the actual truth…
Name: UDC System (US).
Cost: $49 + $1,000s in upsell products.
Owner: Mark (just some made up name, no doubt).
My Score: 0/10.
I’m sorry to burst your bubble, but keep the UDC system at arm’s length for a few VERY good reasons.
1: The sales pitch is filled with hype, “get-rich-quick” money-making claims, and deception, in general.
2: US doesn’t actually exist *GASP* – It’s just some bridge page created by some random “affiliate” who funnels you into a totally different opportunity.
Which brings me to #3…
The opportunity in question is non other than MOBE (My Online Business Empire) which comes with a high-ticket price tag of $10,000s!
So expect to pay out a chunk of change to get anywhere with the system.
MOBE is now defunct (FINALLY!). Read why the FTC closed down MOBE here.
But before you get stuck into this FULL review…
What Exactly is UDC System All About?
A hyped up sales pitch containing the typical BS promising you the life of luxury…
Bundles of bills, driving a Ferrari, owning a mansion, living it up in a penthouse suite, dropping in at the manner for lunch, and drinking champers on a yacht, etc.
To start making $1,250 – $5,500 with the Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle, you simply watch a quick video, activate a system that’s as easy as A-B-C, and live like a KING (or QUEEN) after 12 months!
AND apparently, regardless if you succeed or fail (according to the video), you’ll still make $1,200 commissions with no strings attached by following a few simple instructions.
Unfortunately, this “Mark” (the so-called creator) guy is yanking your chain good and proper.
Because the truth be told, there’s no such thing as “get-rich-quick” – It’s a myth invented by scammers for THEIR own benefits.
So I can guarantee that Mark himself isn’t even living a lavish lifestyle…
Especially when you’re about to find out how US really works behind closed doors.
But before I explain what’s going on with the system…
Who is The UDC System Actually For?
It’s basically geared towards anyone who’s gullible to fall for the idea of becoming stinking rich like Donal Trump or Warren Buffet.
But in a very short time and without experience or much effort required on the internet.
If you’re looking for a legitimate way to get an online business started up, then I strongly urge that you stay the heck away from Mark’s ‘UDCS’.
It’s pure toxic, I tell ya!
And here’s why it’s NOT for you…
How Does The UDC System REALLY Work?
The reason why I mentioned MOBE (My Online Business Empire) at the start of this review is because ‘UDCS’ is nothing more than a simple “doorway”.
One that leads you straight to Matt Lloyd’s money-making scheme that comes with high-cost training products.
And when I say high-cost, I mean in the region of thousands of dollars for coaching on making money through Internet Marketing.
Put simply, MOBE is designed as a system for teaching you how to earn a fortune from promoting the very same system you buy into.
However, at least the creator of the scammy ‘UDCS’ gateway tells you one thing that’s true…
You CAN make $1,250 – $5,500 in affiliate commissions.
But there’s a very big catch to the whole system, which I’ll discuss in a jiffy.
What Makes ‘UDCS’ a BOGUS Gateway?
Although ‘UDCS’ acts as a walkway/sales funnel (or whatever folks wanna call it) for MOBE, I would like to point out that MOBE is a legit platform.
It has no association with ‘UDCS’ in the slightest.
Well, I hope not anyway.
But by no means is Matt Lloyd’s program perfect because a number of complaints have been made against his platform over the years.
Anyway, back to the ‘UDCS’ SCAM in question…
Why is Mark’s program something to avoid like the plague, you ask?
Well, for starters, it makes bold income claims…
Not to mention all the hype on living a millionaire lifestyle from only investing 49 bucks and doing jack sh*t!
On the sales video, the income success testimonials also come across as over-the-top, cheesy and fake.
They’re the kind of success stories that can easily be bought as Gigs on Fiverr by scammers.
In which case, they most probably are.
Secondly, there are only 9 spots available, apparently LOL.
This is used as an urgency and scarcity manipulation strategy.
There are “UNLIMITED” positions available, in reality. Ask Mr. Lloyd, I’m sure he’ll tell you.
Scarcity is actually a legitimate tactic when used in the right manner. Wealthy Affiliate’s Black Friday offer is an awesome example of scarcity at its finest.
But unfortunately, scammers also implement it on an unethical level.
Thirdly, you’ll get a $451 DISCOUNT – INSTANT ACCESS FOR ONLY $49!
WOW… SIGN ME UP… QUICK!
But on the other hand, the fake sales page claims that you’ll get “Free Training”.
Yup, I’m just as confused as you are! *Scratches Head*
The truth be told, MOBE is always $49 to get started with at the lowest level.
BUT, $1,000s (even $10,000s) in fees soon follow if you’re gullible to invest…
How Much Will MOBE Really Cost You?
As I said, there’s no such thing as the ‘UDCS’ because what you’re really buying into is MOBE.
Let’s look at the package prices to see how much you’ll need to invest for training packages:
- My Top Tier Business (MTTB) 21-step system – $49
- MOBE License Rights – $2,497 + $99/month
- Titanium Membership – $9,997 + $199/month
- Platinum Membership – $16,667 + $299/month
- Diamond Membership – $29,997 + $299/month
- Affiliate Program – $19.95/month
As you can see, it’s not exactly cheap to join Matt’s “scheme”, is it?
And when I say scheme, that’s because you must first invest in said products before you can earn off of promoting them as a MOBE affiliate.
Plus, there will also be paid traffic fees (if this is the route you choose) to drive traffic to your system funnel.
So again, it can easily set you back $100s – $1,000s for generating web visitors.
My Final Conclusion on The Whole UDC System Scam…
Stay the heck away from the UDC System for all the reasons I’ve outlined in this review.
That’s all there is to it.
And as for MOBE itself, it’s a legitimate platform from an internet marketing training standpoint.
But what’s scammy about MOBE is the fact that it’s an overpriced coaching scheme that’s designed to enrich members from recruiting others into it.
But unfortunately, it comes at a hefty cost to your bank balance, which is why the Federal Trade Commission eventually shut it down.
However, if you’re looking for a legitimate way of making sustainable money through affiliate marketing without costing you the Earth…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
Do you have any questions or feedback on the ‘UDCS’ that you’d love to share? Please post your comments below…