Auto Mobile Code – Another Done-For-You, Next Big Thing to Come You Can’t Miss – or Can You? If You Can Believe Lies, This Is For You!
Auto Mobile Code, Product Overview
Auto Mobile Code is a piece of software that you are offered freely (but you must pay for “maintenance” because things break down from time to time.) According to the video, you plug a special code into the software and set it in motion. It does all the rest. This software sends advertising messages to mobile phones and other devices worldwide. The user is purported to begin making windfalls of money right after the set-up.
However, AutoMobileCode is actually an autoresponder service, just like GetResponse and Aweber. You must become an affiliate and do this type of work. The difference is that you set up an opt-in list that collects telephone numbers rather than e-mail addresses. You are using an SMS autoresponder service (Short Message Service) and folks who respond to your opt-in list must do so by finding the form on your website. Quite frankly, what you will be doing is an invasive form of marketing as you will be bombarding people’s mobile devices with texts ripe with solicitations!
You will be joining ClickSure, an affiliate network. (More below.) Although response to e-mail text messages are said to out-do that of e-mail, it is said that the success rate with this is better. However, what the video doesn’t tell you is that this is NOT instant, there is work involved and you don’t start making money “just like that.” Also, for the type of content you will be pushing onto other people’s mobile devices, your conversion rate will suffer tremendously like the infamous vacuum salesman going door-to-door. What they don’t tell you is that you will be paying out more money besides the $49, because this is entry level and just gets your foot in the door.
The Good & the Bad
- A great “hollywood production (at least some of the music).
- Product probably works as intended, however, not as shown.
- Has a support system, though you apparently pay for this.
- Uses actors who are paid to create positive testimonials, which isn’t right.
- The advert is FULL of lies and contradictions.
- Flaunts wealth to appeal to viewer’s emotions.
- Employs scarcity (only limited number can get in) which is far from the truth!
- Invokes unrealistic expectations amongst prospects.
- Invokes elements of shame if you don’t get in.
- The marketing techniques you will be using is invasive and annoying.
- No user-controls except pause & play on video (details are easily forgotten.)
- In lieu of the above, false information is repeated during an hour presentation.
- Other logical fallacies, too numerous to mention here, run rampart.
- The product is made bigger and better than it actually is.
- Ambiguous statements abound throughout this video, too numerous to mention.
- This list could go on…
Who Is It For?
According to the video, this product is for a very small group of people hand-picked (owner says it’s he who does the selecting and accepts people into the invitation.) In the video, we have three chosen folks and then a fourth. We will talk more about these people down below.
The reason this is being offered is because the product and scheme works better with a group within an “inner-circle” (my description) and is not public. On several occasions, the volunteers are told NOT to tell anyone about this.
According to the video, it’s for that small group that has been carefully selected into a tiny fortunate group.
Tools & Training
Since there are references to “students” within the video, there is probably some sort of training that comes with the product. I do not know what’s included.
The $49 pays for support. This is purported to be a team of experts that restart the product when it goes on the blink. This support is worth thousands of dollars but it’s given at a half price, from $99 to $49. There are reports of people having gotten this for $29. This means these folks have declined the purchase and have been presented with a “WAIT!” or “WHOA! WHERE ARE YOU GOING!?” page offering it at half price when they attempted to leave the sales page. This is called a “down-sell” and is used to persuade people to sign up.
There is no other support besides this “paid” one.
My Final Opinion of Auto Mobile Code
After watching the video and assessing it, I find an astonishingly high number of issues with it. This section will be quite long, but it’s worth your read if you’re thinking of purchasing this product. It exposes the insidious marketing practices used and is filled with reasons why you should avoid this product.
Let’s Get Though the Hype…
This is a small sampling of hype found on this video. This sales video is loaded with hype, lies and misleading information. I have NOT purchased this product. This sales video’s content is characteristic of that found with inferior and downright junk. The model campaign used here is almost always indicative of trouble and should be avoided.
The objective is to get the prospective buyer into compulsive buying mode, make her believe that it’s an easy 1-2-3 push-button get-rich-quick scheme which leads to windfalls of cash, mansions, yachts, helicopters and a life of affluence. They appeal to the emotion. This video is cram-packed with scenes of opulence and flaunting of wealth. When confronted with videos like this, you must ask yourself these questions:
Does the owner/author of the product REALLY own the houses, cars, properties, helicopters, etc featured in the video – or did he rent these things?
Did the owner and the folks you see providing testimonials (more on this later) actually make these windfalls of money from this product as claimed?
Are the people and their earnings real or fictitious?
Let’s take a closer look at this:
Flaunting of Wealth
Please refer to the imagery in the video and the images supplied above. It’s too obvious and no need to reiterate it here except that this type of display is meant to appeal to your emotions. Such video experience is meant to sell you on the imagery you see – no less than eye-candy.
A Video Production – with Actors
Here are some of the folks who provide the testimonials. These are not the only actors in this production. The volunteers including the host and his wife are all actors! Everything you see in this video is staged. Ever watch a play with acting that doesn’t even come close to real? You got it right here!
I’m going to include three full-sized images of actors being paid to create fake testimonials, with the subtitle below of what they’ve said in the frame captured…
My experience with these type of campaigns have, without fail, shown that such folks were sought by the producers from such freelance sites as Fiverr.com. This is the most common place actors who play the parts of testimonials from people having purchased and used the product. They are NOT real and everything in the sales video must be taken with a grain of salt.
One more item of interest you should know about with these type of campaigns – Note that this sales video was produced before the product was officially-launched. Any legitimate product that you find that doesn’t present fictitious presentations will not accumulate testimonials until after the product goes live. There are ten folks on here giving bogus testimonials, whose free-lance videos have been uploaded to the producers of this presentation.
You will also note a marked difference between real video testimonials and those (such as the ones here) which are fake. There are occasions when an author or owner of a product or service will request customer opinion after their product has gone live. Real customer testimonials are bound to come with pros & cons. If they like the product, you will see the difference in the semantics of such videos.
Outstanding products and services will always get product testimonials simply because the customer base is happy with it!
There are Cast of Characters in this show, and I will briefly give a bit about each one:
- Giovani – The so-called owner and the one who stars in the video. He sets the stage and everything revolves around him. We see his house, car, office building, helicopter and other toys.
- Tessa – Giovani’s wife. She’s the one who happens to be making her way gracefully down the grand staircase in the foyer of their elegant home as her husband is coming in the door.
- Tina – She’s a teacher by occupation. She hasn’t a clue, but goes along with it all. When she makes $180, she can’t believe this is hers, and keeps harping this.
- Brad – The unsuccessful Internet marketer who, for five years, has tried everything to make money for five years, and has gotten nowhere, been ripped off and spent $$$ into useless stuff.
- John – Works in a coffee shop. The Skeptic – “Ok. Well, I can’t see how I’m going to make any money. This is just impossible, There’s no such thing as a free lunch you know…”
- Carol – She’s the fourth offered this opportunity after the first three. She in a tough spot, rent is due and she can’t be late again and facing homelessness.
The four volunteer role models represent the vast majority who will view this video!
There are a number of instances throughout the video where the viewer is presented with time-lapse animations showing the progress of daily income statements from ClickSure. They are purported to show a steady increase of unbelievably large sums of money, in increasing amounts as the days roll by. There is no proof whatsoever what these reports actually represent, or if they are even real. All you get are figures and dates.
When you are presented anything like these, in any case, you should be wary of them. They are often forged and are an inferior form of testimony to income that can be made from the product or service being sold. Unfortunately folks presented with this type of information consider them to be the authority of potential earnings.
What you see is often directly contradictory to what the disclaimer, which must, by law, be present. The disclaimer to this site is below.
You’re given the red carpet from Giovani, in the form of having a large sum of money wired directly to you. Money hits your bank account that day! Anyone can achieve this. It’s easy as 1-2-3 and you just sit and watch it work! There are ample scenes of income statement animations (which can easily be forged) to get your heart pumping.
There’s a section, in more detail, about this wiring of money below. There are far more instances of messaging meant to appeal to viewers’ emotions, designed to invoke impulse-buying in this sales video than I could possibly include here.
Lies, Lies, and More Lies!
Why is this a lie? Take a look…
The Joint Venture page on ClickSure, tells a completely different story. Only difference is you are not intended to be aware of what’s in the background. What is ClickSure? If you only knew what they are feeding you and what is REALLY behind the scenes… Well, I’m going to show you right now.
There’s no small group being carefully selected. Not by a longshot!
These are the Super Affiliates alone! What are affiliates? The link to ClickSure will take you to an article I wrote which explains it.
These are their top affilates. They have large e-mail lists, and market aggressively to these lists, often consisting of several thousand names! They’re not using rods & reels. They’re using huge fish nets!
The overhead is high and vast numbers of “carefully selected lucky individuals” are needed by the hundreds of thousands…
This does not include the other prizes which lay below these, but the ones shown are the top prizes. The top affiliates are also turned on to a trip to Las Vegas, all expenses paid…
This is just for the hightest-performing affiliates. Take a look how many affiliates they have besides! With an army of affiliates like this (and growing exponentially every day,) one can only deduce that the small fortunate few who get the opportunity of a lifetime number into the hundreds of thousands!
The arrow I drew on the right was to show this was still in the “As” but I drew the arrow to the bottom of the screen in the editor I was using. The image was actually taller, but rest assured – the bottom of the image is still in the As for first letters of usernames. This list is VERY LONG!
Even More Lies
Mr. Giovani himself, is going to wire money to you right away! This statement is left ambiguous so that all it takes is your imagination, and you’re hooked! It’s utterly insidious, and mentioned only once. Remember that, unlike the sales video as it’s presented above on this page, on the vendor’s site, you can’t review what you’ve watched without having to re-run the entire video – which is 60+ minutes long!
The money-wiring statement, for most people who won’t replay the video, passes into their subconscious minds. “Well, it’s in there somewhere.” Usually, when you view a sales video that has had the user controls forward & review, and the progress bar (with the marker you can click on and move to review something) removed, you should proceed with caution!
There’s only one reason this statement is on here – to get you to believe just another lie. This is NOT how you will get paid. Also notice that one of the hype images above tell you that you will get paid TODAY. No you won’t. You will be paid in pay-outs from ClickSure as you would any other affiliate network. Their pay-outs depend on the CPA offer and can take as long as 32 days.
Another thing to take into consideration: There is a threshold you must cross before you receive a pay out at all – That is in the amount of $250. You MUST make this much before you will be paid anything at all! So, that poor woman who earned $180 on the video, she was right! It may have been hers, but she will not get it until she reaches that threshold.
In the real world, your chances of performing as those people did in the video is extremely slim – if not impossible! Read the disclaimer I captured from the bottom of the sales page below…
Here’s another contradiction you should know about. I did not include the images, but this product comes with a 60-Day Guarantee. If you don’t like it, you get your money back. The JV Page tells a completely different story – No Refunds! It assures affiliates that they will NOT lose money to refunds because there are NONE!
Caught with Their Hands in the Cookie Jar!
Let’s now look at the invitation itself. The following sequence of images are at the beginning of the sales video. Viewers are supposed to believe that there’s some sophisticated technology which checks the validity of an invitation. Here they are. A pictorial representation will do here and I will make a personal observation below them.
When I reached this website and viewed the video, it indicated that my e-mail invitation was VALID.
Here’s the problem… I never received such an e-mail and upon being asked to review this, I entered the URL into the address bar. What e-mail therefore, did it find and check???
This e-mail invitation sophistication is a FAKE and DOES NOT EXIST!
Why do they do this? You don’t want to be left out of the party do you? That’s all there is to it. Make you think you’re being left out will get most people scurrying … and pulling out their wallets!
There’s more I’d like to put on here, but this is getting VERY long! I hope this is enough to steer you away from this product, even though hundreds of thousands will get it!
Now, Read this Disclaimer and Let It Tell Its Story
I believe the product does what it’s supposed to do, but this does not collaborate with what they tell you it does in the video nor do the means of payout, speed on which you get paid, the amount of money you will make, if at all, what effort is actually involved in making this work, how many people actually get this offer, that’s true, what’s false, and the list goes on…
I originally assessed this product as one to avoid, but have downgraded it, not because of its functionality, but the outright lies and logical fallacies throughout the sales campaign. If you feel you still want to try it, you can copy and paste the URL provided above. I do not make any commission off it nor would I sleep well having offered an affiliate link associated with this product. Purchasing this product is completely at your risk and my hands are washed.
I guarantee you that what you get in the video is NOT what you get with this product! Ever notice the burgers you get in McDonalds do NOT look like the ones in the pictures? Instead of a tall, well-formed culinary masterpiece boldly shown as eye-candy, you get food that looks like it’s been stepped on before it has been served to you. Well? What do you think? Therefore, because of the lies and contradictions I have found here, I give this a big, fat
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