Emobile Code Scam – A deep look into the program

emobile-code-mainName:  E Mobile Code
Website:  www.emobilecode.com
Price: $49 + Many upsells
Owners: Ronnie Montano

Bare Naked Scam rating: 3 Thumbs Down

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Bill McKnight – The Con Artist


I do not know about you but I am a little concerned when someone walks up to me and tell me that I can make money online almost instantly with just a few clicks. I had been scammed many times to know that such thing doesn’t exist.

The frontman of Emobile Code is obviously Bill McKnight together with his “2nd Wife” Jenna but what you probably do not know is that the main owner of this program is actually Ronnie Montano, the same guy who created Tube Cash Code, Mobile Money Code, Easy Cash Code, Commission Cash Code.

You see these programs above use the same kind of marketing techniques (i.e. giving a system to you free, just pay $47 for a maintenance fee, get done for you businesses, make lots of money instantly with as easy as a few clicks), same kind of sales script, same kind of introduction videos, the only difference between these programs are the actors.

To be honest, I’ve tried many of Ronnie Montano’s products and they do not help you in any way in terms of building your knowledge or make money online. You’ve probably seen many video testimonials within the introduction video where people tell you how much they are making per day, but all I can say is that video testimonials can be conveniently bought these days. 

So without further ado, let me walk you through what is in Emobile Code members area.

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How do I know if Emobile Code is a scam?


Spotting a scam is easy because they all seem similar in one way or another. The most common characteristic is the upsells, a scam will usually walk you through their system and each step you go through will lead you to another product to buy or another upgrade and they will tell you that this step is necessary for you to make money.

Truth be told, these are just marketing techniques that will suck you dry and this is exactly what Emobile Code is. Let me share with you a glimpse of what is in the members area of Emobile Code.

 

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Step 1: Free Call with Startup Specialist – Startup Specialist or annoying Salesman?


emobile-code-step-1Well this is funny because I  have just reviewed Mobile Money Code last week and now I see Greg Anderson (Frontman of Mobile Money Code) when I click on the Step 1 of Emobile Code. I see the exact video while I was reviewing Mobile Money Code.

Well I can’t comment much on this step because I have not given this step a try as I had negative past experiences with other programs. The so called “Startup Specialist” in the other programs are experienced salesman who baggers me to buy a 3 thousand over dollars course which I do not even know if it really works.

Although I can’t say much whether Emobile Code “startup Specialist” is similar to my past experience, I have found a comment from a member of warrior forum who shares his experience with Emobile code “Startup Specialist”.

 

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Step 2: Free Gift for you – Is it really free?


emobile-code-step-2Bill McKnight guarantees you that this is 100% free and he tells you that he is using his own pocket money to employ a team of experts (“his partners”) to build you 5 unique done-for-you online businesses of your choice.

Well, I believe Bill McKnight is outright lying to you because you NEED to pay a hosting fee before his “Partners” can build the websites for you. You will be directed to the sales page of Cloud Pro Hosting a web hosting company where they will try to sell you their web hosting packages.

What you do not know is that those free websites Bill McKnight was talking about, are just standard website templates provided by Cloud Pro Hosting. There are no extra effort done to your websites and the websites are pretty but useless.

The websites are useless simply because #1, new websites do not generate any traffic (traffic = $$$), #2 the contents of those websites are duplicates and will not be ranked on Google or other search engines, again, no traffic.

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Step 3: A Welcome video – Reminder for upgrading


emobile-code-plrThis step is basically reminding you to upgrade and purchase all of the features of Emobile Code. The first upgrade is to get 200 done-for-you business, as adviced by Bill McKnight, the more emobile business you have the more income potential you have. While what he said do make sense, I believe those done-for-you businesses are just Private Label Rights (PLR) products, nothing special.

The Second upgrade is the EMF Amplifier which supposedly bring you tonnes of traffic to your Emobile Businesses website through the amazing social media “Facebook”. One thing I learn is that people who are using Facebook do not have the intention to buy a product immediately, so you best have a catchy website to lure people to buy whatever product you are trying to sell.

The Third upgrade is the Viral Video Velocity which is a platform for you to create your very own videos or host your videos with Emobile Code servers at $18.95/mth. Well, if you have ever created a video and posted it to Youtube before, you know this is free. Why would you want to host your videos with a paid server (not recognized server) when you can do it free at Youtube or Vimeo for free (Recognized server). It just do not make any sense to me.

Step 4: Cell Phone Owners only – Selling you out to Mobile Money Code


mobile-money-code-mainThis step basically brings you to another product, Mobile Money Code, which created by the same owner, Ronnie Montano. Like I’ve said, the set up of Mobile Money Code is exactly the same as Emobile Code. Few click system that generates tonnes of money for you in the next few days.

I feel sad for people who believe in this kind of programs and spent a few thousand dollars on them. First, you will be spending close to a thousand dollars (plus some recurring fees) with Emobile Code to get all its upsells and other recommended products, then you will be spending another thousand dollars with Mobile Money Code to find out that you do not make any money with these programs.

And then, that’s not all!!! Wait till you go to the next step.

Step 5: Want All Your Work Done For You? – Selling you to yet another program


e-mobile-code-full-money-systemIntroducing the Full Money System where you get all the work done for you, all you need to do is tell the system where you want your cheques sent. Honestly speaking, if you ever heard of anything similar to this type of concept, run as far away as you can because it will burn a big hole in your pocket.

Making money on the internet is never that easy because you need tonnes of knowledge and skill to make a killing online, and this skill and knowledge can only be cultivated through time.

A sincere advise from me, never trust any done-for-you programs because I’ve never heard of and never tried one that actually works. Before you knew it, you will probably be spending thousands of dollars on it and worst of all, sometimes you can’t get a refund on it.

My Sincere Advice to You


Avoid eMobile Code because it is just not worth your money and your time. You do not get any value out of this product. You see there are many so called “Gurus” on the internet trying to sell you their turnkey systems, like eMobile Code, but none of them actually work. I know you are still looking for ways to make money online, trying to find a way to quit the rat race, well, look no further because I personally have found a way to make money online.

Unlike those so called “Gurus” who do not share anything with you until you buy their products, I want to share with you how exactly you can make money online. Read my #1 Recommended Online Business University and find out how you can make money online the legitimate way.

As always, I invite you to share your thoughts with me on Emobile Code below, I will be more than happy to discuss this with you. If you find my review helpful, please feel free to share it with your friends and family by clicking on the social media buttons below to help them avoid this program.

Your pal,

Jack

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APRIL BEACHMAN - Reply

I also was scammed by emobile code. Paid money into the program back in 2015 and was never refunded what I was owed when requesting my money back. They just took my money with many promises for proper training to make money and I never got help to set up the correct way. Was so confusing.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Are they still scamming people? I thought they were dead for a long time.

Dennis Justice McCloud - Reply

Namaste Jack. Got the eMobile Code basic package a few days ago and just asked for a refund from ClickSure. Glad that I didn’t get any deeper into it. I’d like to ask an unrelated question if I may… There’s two guys, Vick Strizheus and Jason McClain who offer “free” 14 day training at Project Breakthrough. I was told that Vick is a huge scam artist and almost went to jail once. What’s interesting is that after the third day we were asked to join the “Elite” membership at the High Traffic Academy which costs 297$ monthly. And if that wasn’t enough there are tons of “specialized” trainings that can cost thousands in total. Have you been able to look into this? I’d really like to hear what you have to say about it. And thanks for this truly enlightening review. I appreciate you.

    Dennis Justice McCloud - Reply

    Oh, and it’s ClickBetter, not ClickSure.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Sure Dennis! I will look into High Traffic Academy. I will update you once I have written a review on it.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Ayo-Vaughn KR - Reply

hi jack could you please recommend tne best and very sincere online businesses that could truly generate thousands in profits that this people talk about all the time on the internet.
Thanks

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for communicating! I will not give any comparison between programs but I will share with you the program that I actually made money from. From my experience, this program gives the most value and truly and sincerely want you to succeed. I got encouragement from all the members and owners which lead to my success today.

    Let me know your thoughts on this program.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Craig Edwards - Reply

Wish I would have seen this sooner I fell victim to this a couple of years ago to the toon of 1700 dollars. Plus signed up for there online university plus there drop ship company. Please let everyone know these people took my family of six tax return money that year ! They are good con artist and know when people are down that they got them. They do up sell every time that is what happened to me. Sure wish I had been smarter back then. People please be aware! This is no joke!

staceygibson - Reply

looks like I’ve been scandal to by the emobile code…

Maggie V - Reply

Dear Jack,

Just a quick thank you for saving me from yet another scam. I made the mistake of opening an email I thought was from a friend only to get caught on a landing page for emobile. I went to google to check on them and that’s how I found your review. Your suggestion to contact clickbetter.com to process a refund was exactly wht I needed to correct my mistake.
Thanks again for posting your review
Maggie

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Cheers Maggie! Glad I could help!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

sherri - Reply

Hi Jack, you stated “I guess there are no way we can stop these people from releasing such programs because basically they are not committing any crime. The only thing that I see to have a flaw is their hype sales pitch. ” I’m sorry but isn’t promising a 100% money back guarantee & a 60-day refund if not completely satisfied? A business, not online, that make this guarantee are held accountable. I would definitely participate in a “class action” lawsuit, where a group of us with the same or similar injuries caused by the same product or action sue the defendant as a group. People seek justice in class action lawsuits when their injuries have been caused by defective products, consumer products, consumer fraud, etc. I bet this would make Ronnie & all these other habitual, career scammers think twice before ripping people off.
I admit I am not as excited about online opportunities as I was prior to getting scammed, but I realize there are many legitimate & legal ways too. As well as honest decent people, like yourself.
I am glad I did find Wealthy Affiliate, I have been learning a lot & plan to continue this. Your website is Awesome. Thank You!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks Sherri! I think they made it clear in their refund policy that they will only refund any amount that you have spent on Emobile code but they will not refund any amount that you have spent out of it. Even if you do a class action lawsuit against Ronnie Montano, he will most likely be seen as an affiliate marketer who promoted other people’s product to you only. There will be a lot of cost involve in the lawsuit and most likely we will probably be on the losing end. Ronnie Montano have protected himself well but unless you found an angle to bring him to court than of course you can share your idea.

    I’m glad you found WA and I am excited for you. Keep going!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

sherri - Reply

I was also scammed purchasing emobile code by this ronnie montano. My money went directly to ‘Forehand online store’, not clickbank. I immediately tried to request the 100% money 60-day back guarantee but I am still unable to contact anyone, thankfully my credit card took the loss & credited my money back. I did lose $325.68, which I paid using my debit card toward online trading at FourMarkets. I only authorized $300 but $25.68 was added on for currency differential & foreign fees. I gained $75.00 from a trade but after realizing emobile was a scam I withdrew my money that same day. A couple weeks later I contacted FourMarkets about the return of my money, they insisted the $300 was returned & I would need to do a wire transfer for the $75.00. Upon further investigation my $300 was not credited back through my debit card!! It was instead retrieved by Forehand online store!!? My bank does not allow disputes they consider to be from gambling, so ole Ronnie got me pretty good. I submitted complaints with FTC & Internet Crime Complaint Center but apparently internet scammers are getting away with ripping people off every day over again. There has to be a way to stop these criminals?? What can be done to stop them???

    Jack Cao - Reply

    I’m so sorry that you had such an experience. I hope you have not given up hope on searching for an online opportunity yet.

    I guess there are no way we can stop these people from releasing such programs because basically they are not committing any crime. The only thing that I see to have a flaw is their hype sales pitch. Whenever the name of the program turns bad, they usually setup another similar product. It is exactly what Ronnie Montano do.

    The only way to stop these scams is prevention. This website (Barenakedscam.com) is setup for the purpose of informing people about scams. When your comment here also helps people understand what you are going through and they will benefit by not joining the program.

    Once again, I am truly sorry that you had such an experience and I hope you have not given up hope on online opportunities yet. Let me know if you are still looking for a legitimate way to make money online. I will be my pleasure to guide you through it. You can email mt at barenakedscam@gmail.com

    Cheers!
    ~Jack Cao

Joy - Reply

Hello Jack,
Can you tell me more about Emobile scam, i think i get scammed by Bill Mcknight, he promised only $49 end up paying him more then $575.
Some people destroying online business just Bill Mcknight did. I try to contact him unfortunately there is no contact details. Please advice me what do i do to get my money back.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Joy

    There is no point contacting bill mcknight because he is just an actor (front person) for the product. The real owner is ronnie montano and you can never get hold of him.

    Luckily the program is managed by clicksure where they gaurantee your refund within 60days.

    I beleieve you did receive an email receipt when you first purchase the program. If you find the email, check it at your junk mail.

    Once you have found the mail, click on the link to find your purchase and then look for support and send a refund ticket.

    Let me know if you still need any help.

    Cheers
    Jack

sanford - Reply

Jack, I paid the 49.00 but i did not get an email am i out of luck to get a refund?

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Sanford,

    You are not out of luck! Have you checked your junk mail by chance? I am pretty sure they will send it to you. If not let me know. I may have an alternative for you.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

2010lucy - Reply

I’ve purchased this so called mobile money code package and guess what I cried for what I did, they promise a full refund if you are not happy with it ,when you ask for it they will spam your inbox, no refund. So its not working its a scam.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Lucy!

    You can definitely get your refund as long as your purchase is within 60 days.

    You should not claim your refund from the product owners because you can never get direct response. You need to get your refund from the 3rd party (Clickbetter). I believe you have received an email receipt from clickbetter. In the receipt, there is a link that brings you to the support of Clickbetter. You should claim your refund from there. Let me know if you still encounter any problem. I will try my best to help.

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Jon - Reply

Thanks for this concise overview. A Google search for “what is emobile code?” turns up tons of obviously fake results praising emobile code. Your post here is the first thing I’ve seen that’s legitimate! Thank you.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are welcome Jon! The sole purpose of BareNakedScam is to provide people with honest reviews. I am not those people who would want to promote something which I personally do not find useful to people, it is just unethical.

    Thanks for your comment once again Jon!

    Cheers!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

      Julie Hardman - Reply

      What do you do that is different from all the rest? I think we have all had our fingers burnt and are looking for something that is legit.

        Jack Cao - Reply

        Hi Julie,

        Thank you so much for your comment! With regards to your question, Well, I’ll be very honest, instead of pushing you to join another business opportunity where you will only know how to pay money for some “auto-pilot system” , I am actually recommending you to invest in your own education to make money online.

        I have helped many individuals online build their own online business from scratch. They, like yourself, had bought many “online opportunities” and had spent a few thousand dollars but to realize that they:

        1. Did not make any money
        2. Did not gain any knowledge

        I myself had spent a few thousand dollars on scams until I found a place where I can finally educate myself and start a legit online business. If you would like to find out more, click on the link below:

        http://barenakedscam.com/go/1-recommended

        Let me know what you think. If you have any queries, please let me know and I will be more than willing to help you out.

        Cheers!
        ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

          Joseph - Reply

          Hi Jack,

          Sorry but did you try the emobile code yourself?

          Jack Cao - Reply

          Hi Joseph,

          Yes. I did try the product myself. I’ve personally paid for it. If you still have doubts, I can show you my receipt from Clickbetter.com

          Cheers!
          ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

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