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Is Automated Daily Income a Scam? Or Can it Really Automate Your Daily Income?

Filed in Popular, Product Review by on December 15, 2017 12 Comments

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Product name: Automated Daily Income

Product owner: Raena Lynn

Website: automateddailyincome.com (aka MOBE)

Price: $49, many upsells

Overall rank: 25 out of 100

Verdict: Not recommended

 

Recently I’ve reviewed many programs similar to Automated Daily Income and to be honest the situation is really bad.

No, I’m not going to throw scam verdicts to the left and to the right only because I don’t like most programs or because I want to promote another program.

I’m just trying to do my research to find out which program is worth your attention and which is not.

That’s all I’m trying to do. I always do my best to write my reviews extremely realistically without any exaggeration.

And of course, I give an alternative to my readers by showing them legit programs that I’ve tried myself and know exactly they work very well. And why not?

If we are trying to do a research and find out which program is good and which one is bad why not point you in the right direction?

I hope you get my point and agree with my position. Ok, the question is: Is Automated Daily Income a Scam or not? Let’s start our research.

 

Short review of Automated Daily Income

Automated Daily Income aka MOBE has been advertised for some time already as a unique opportunity for you to own an automated money making machine working for you on autopilot.

Believe me, it’s far from reality. The idea of this program is to buy expensive products (thousands of dollars) and then promoting them to other people like you and me.

An overwhelming majority of people will never buy them which means you will be struggling to make at least one sale. In my opinion, it’s a waste of time and money.

 

Pros of Automated Daily Income

  • Some useful training

 

Cons of Automated Daily Income

  • MLM program
  • Mentioned on fake news sites
  • Fake testimonials
  • Upsells
  • Requires a lot of investment
  • You can get paid $500 just for trying out:)

 

In short, Automated Daily Income is NOT recommended. Not because it’s a scam. It’s just a huge waste of time. You need to invest thousands of dollars into this opportunity with NO guarantee that you will make any money at all. I recommend to start for FREE with no obligations whatsoever and zero investment.

 

Automated Daily Income Review

To be honest, I haven’t tried it because I’m actually making money online and know very well how to separate valuable programs from trash.

And I’m not going to waste my time and money on useless programs. Believe me or not but it’s NOT important at all to buy every program you write a review about IF you know how to make money online.

If a program like this (Automated Daily Income) makes some crazy promises and I know that making money online is not easy as they try to convince you I believe it’s important to warn you before you waste your hard earned money.

Because I know that your money may be wasted in case you decide to buy it. Every program is based on a certain type of strategy and I know which strategy works and which doesn’t and even if it works I know how it works.

When it comes to Automated Daily Income, your strategy will be based on buying high ticket products and then promoting them to other people.

People behind Automated Daily Income try to persuade you that your income will be completely automated because they already have a system in place and in fact you don’t even need to struggle to make a sale.

 

disclaimer

 

Because all sales will be done for you by MOBE team. This is not true. A friend of mine once wanted to persuade me to join another similar program, Six Figure Mentors but I didn’t.

I decided to wait and see how it worked for him. One year later he sent me this message you can now see below.

 

 

As you can see, he honestly admits that he wasted $7,000 in SFM though they promised him the same thing. They told him that all sales would be done by their professional team.

They told him that they had a perfect system in place. But as you can see, the outcome was totally different. He was completely frustrated.

I feel sorry for him but I’m very happy that I didn’t listen to him. BTW, below I’m going to explain how much MOBE packages are so you can see for yourself the opportunity in all its “beauty”.

 

 

Automated Daily Income = MOBE ( My Online Business Empire or My Online Business Education)

I have my review of MOBE here and you can read it if you want to know more about the program.

 

But in this review I will explain it briefly in case you don’t want to read the whole review. As I already explained, MOBE has different packages:

  • Silver Masterclass – ($2497)
  • Gold Masterclass – ($4997)
  • Titanium Masterclass – ($8,997/ $199/month)
  • Platinum Masterclass – ($14,997/ $299/month)
  • Diamond Masterclass – ($29,997/ $299/month)

As you can see, their packages are extremely expensive and in order to promote them and earn a commission you MUST buy them first!

It’s insane in my opinion and that’s why I never recommend such programs.

Just imagine, why should we pay for a program in order to able to promote it? Is it fair? I think it’s not. Because there is a ton of products available online that we can promote for FREE!

Why should we pay for it? Believe me, there are many products online that you can promote. For example, Perfect Audience, Shopify and many other programs.

You can earn $100 or even more for each sale. Some products cost even $2,000 and for each sale you can earn approx. $500 and without spending a single dollar.

If you don’t believe me, just open your Google Chrome browser and enter “high paying affiliate programs” in your chrome search box and you will find a plenty of high paying affiliate programs you can promote and earn high commissions.

You don’t need to pay for them in order to be able to promote them. And now ask yourself a question: Why should you pay for promoting MOBE products?

Are they really so great? Not at all! The only reason you have to pay for MOBE products is because people behind MOBE want to make money off you.

In fact, their system is a closed system that encourages everyone to invest more money so they can pay everyone who involved in their pyramid scheme.

 

 

MOBE = Automated Daily Income = Freedom Cash System = Extreme Home Paycheck

The bad news about Automated Daily Income is that this program has been already promoted in many different ways.

In fact, Automated Daily Income is not the only program promoting MOBE.

Recently I did my research of two other programs, such as Freedom Cash System and Extreme Home Paycheck and it turned out to be that these two programs are promoting MOBE too.

Isn’t it laughable?

Do you think it’s normal when many different programs with different names promote the same product?

If you read my reviews of those two programs you will realize that there are many red flags in both of them and after reading all reviews of all these 3 programs you won’t want to join any of them. I believe the whole thing looks very shady.

I can go even deeper and tell you that there are many other programs online promoting MOBE. One of them is My Millionaire Mentor and the other one is iPAS 2.

There are also other programs called 45 Minute Payday and 21 Step Millionaire Coach.

For example, in Millionaire Mentor program they promise that you will be making thousands of dollars by spending only 35–40 minutes per day.

I believe it’s absolutely clear that all these promises are nothing more than empty words.

 

 

What is common to Automated Daily Income and other programs promoting MOBE?

If you take a look at all these programs you will start to see some common features. For example, on Automated Daily Income website they have a picture of Raena Lynn, the CEO of ADI.

 

 

 

In fact, you can find the same image on a stock image website. But it’s not the end of the story.

You can find the same picture on other link posting websites, such as Home Job Placement, 37 Clicks. This definitely looks very shady and not credible.

They advertise their business website on fake websites described as news sites.

 

 

 

It’s common to many websites aka link posting scams, Work at Home, Extreme Home Paycheck, Total Income Answer, Home Jobs Now etc.

If you look at all these fake news sites you won’t stop laughing. You can even hardly find any difference among all these sites.

All these so called news sites are not popular at all. They were created solely for promoting these low quality programs.

If MOBE had been legit they would have never allowed their name to be promoted on fake news sites.

Another scam alert is about using fake testimonials. They are not genuine. In fact, they have been used on many other sites, not only on Automated Daily Income website.

 

 

This is really bad and proves that the info available on all those sites can’t be regarded as safe and genuine.

Using logos of reputable sites, such as CNN, ABC, Fox News and others is another major scam alert common to all programs mentioned in this review.

 

 

In fact, all programs, such as Automated Daily Income, Extreme Home Paycheck, Freedom Cash System, Home Profit System, 37 Clicks, Home Jobs Now, Total Income Answer, Home Job Placement, Work at Home Institute, Work at Home EDU, Home Job Institute and many others are using the same trick.

You can find a full list of programs that use these dirty tricks in this article. In fact, they either copy each other or have been created by the same group of people.

And the final scam alert common to all these programs is the complaint side of the coin.

If you open all the links (above) of programs promoting MOBE you will realize that almost all of them have many complaints.

This proves that promoting MOBE or even worse investing money into this opportunity is not a good idea.

 

 

Can you become successful with Automated Daily Income?

First, I already explained that Automated Daily Income is not a scam. But it’s just my opinion. Many sites that review it call it a scam and honestly there are really many reasons for that.

But still I avoid giving such strict verdicts. Anyway, approaches are different and opinions are different.

When it comes the opportunity itself and what Automated Daily Income teaches I can explain it as follows.

They don’t provide quality training on how to build an online business based on your passion or interest. But they teach how to sell high ticket products and make a lot of money.

In fact, you need to pay a lot of money for MOBE high ticket products and then promote them to other people like you.

The main issue with such an approach to business is that you spend thousands of dollars for high ticket products and can’t sell them and can’t get refund because you already invested your hard earned money.

Many people lose a lot of money online due to programs like Automated Daily Income. A friend of mine lost $7,000 with another similar program called SFM.

All this means that theoretically speaking you can become successful with Automated Daily Income.

But practically speaking, your chances to promote hight ticket products online are very slim.

That’s why based on what I know about making money online and based on my experience I recommend to NOT invest your hard earned money into Automated Daily Income.

 

 

Is investing money into Automated Daily Income is safe?

Short answer is NO! Because there is no money back guarantee in this program. As I know, in order to get your money back you must go through MOBE 21 step training.

If you don’t do so you won’t be able to get your money back. I’m not 100% sure but I recommend to ask them before you decide to pay.

Also, you won’t get access to their full training. If I’m not wrong you need to buy some other expensive product in order to unlock their system.

This requires spending several thousand dollars.

 

 

Final word on Automated Daily Income

I think after reading my review you now have a clear picture of what Automated Daily Income is all about and how it works.

It’s absolutely clear that what you see on their sales page is VERY different from what they give you after payment.

They promise that you can make a lot of money with Automated Daily Income.

They promise you can start earning money immediately.

They promise you can get paid $500 just for trying out Automated Daily Income.

I provided enough info to prove that chances that you will be making a lot of money with ADI are very slim. You won’t get paid $500 for trying this program.

You can’t start making money immediately simply because making money online is not that easy at all.

Plus there are many other red flags that I’ve found in this program and already explained above.

There are TOO many other programs following the same path and promoting the same product, i.e. MOBE using misleading techniques.

Finally, I think there are too many negative sides in one program and that’s why I do NOT want to recommend it to anyone.

My answer to the question: Is Automated Daily Income a Scam?

No, I don’t think it’s a scam BUT for reasons explained above I believe staying away from Automated Daily Income is the best you can do.

It’s a shady program and in fact you can waste a lot of money if you follow what they teach you.

 

 

Final review of Automated Daily Income

  • Some useful training
  • MLM program
  • Mentioned on fake news sites
  • Fake testimonials
  • Upsells
  • Requires a lot of investment
  • You can get paid $500 just for trying out 🙂
  • Overall rank: 25 out of 100
  • Verdict: Not recommended

 

 

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My name is Rufat. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

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  1. Amoy McDonald says:

    Man thanks allot, i was interested in trying this but from doing a little research i see it was not a good idea. Thanks again guess i will keep looking.

  2. Kelly Lewis says:

    Can you guide me in the right direction to legit make money at home programs?
    I’m tired of all the scams and you seem to know what you are talking about. Thanks!

  3. Niels says:

    Hi Rufat. Thank you for this thorough run-down of the program/product.

    I have been trying to make it in internet marketing for some time now – with ups and downs. When you are starting out in internet marketing and do your research, you automatically come across a load of “opportunities” that seem great – but many of them aren’t.

    At some point you come across something like Automated Daily Income – something very expensive – and I think that some people get tempted to try it out – simply because it’s expensive.

    We all have a tendency to believe that quality cost money right? So something inside you wants to buy the expensive product thinking that this has to be real – how else could it cost this much money – right?

    Well – I more or less agree with some of the other comments – I think it IS a scam. Asking this much money for a product that basically is worth more in the neighbourhood of $100.

    Anyway – thank you for your review. Let’s hope it will help a lot of people stay away from the product.

    Do you have any programs that you can recommend? Something that’s definitely not a scam? Would love to hear about it!

    Have a nice day. Niels.

    • Rufat says:

      You’re right Niels. When you start your research you start to come across many programs that are simply useless and will never teach you anything worthwhile. It’s our obligation to do a proper research. Sometimes you need to sit in front of your computer days long before you find something that is worth your attention. Many people think if the program is expensive it must be something amazing but in fact and most of the time they turn out to be time wasters. I don’t like programs like Automated Daily Income because their main interest is to make money off you, not teaching you something valuable. Regarding my personal recommendation, I gave you my recommendation in the article. You can choose my recommended program with no fear of being scammed. It’s totally legit and is going to teach you everything you need to succeed in affiliate marketing.

  4. WMP says:

    Great review on Automated Daily Income, you said that this program is not a scam. However, if they don’t provide adequate training on how to build a successful online business, then they are setting up their members for failure. They also use fake testimonials to entice people to sign up, legitimate companies don’t do these types of things. How is this not a scam?

    • Rufat says:

      Yes, I think it’s not a scam because they provide some kind of support and training. Yes, I totally understand you and your position. My verdict may sound strange but this is the reality. In fact, if you have a lot of money to invest into Automated Daily Income and become a paying member of MOBE you have some chances to make money but your chances are very slim and practically speaking I don’t think you can earn your invested money back. People must use their brain in order to decide exactly what they want and I hope my Automated Daily Income review will be helpful.

  5. RichPersonality says:

    Whenever I see something like “Automated income system” I will immediately turn away, because there’s simply no possible way it’s going to be legit. And if someone asks you to pay up to 7000$ for a product to make money, then it makes me want to vomit… Seriously, not worth the time!

    • Rufat says:

      I absolutely agree with you Rich. I smell such programs a mile off. They are not designed to help you rather they are designed to take your money and give you nothing in return or something of little value. People invest thousands of dollars and then can’t make even a single sale and can’t even get refund. This is really terrible situation. They lure people into joining their program because of fat commissions that promise but in reality you end up struggling to persuade at least one person to join the team which means you won’t earn even a single dollar. But you spend money for advertising in the hope that you will make money. I believe it’s not worth your time or at least it’s very risky to invest so much money with no guarantee of any income.

  6. Gomer Magtibay says:

    I’ve been thinking about MOBE many times before and wondered how much the program costs. Now, with this breakdown of figures, I now have the idea that it is indeed a really expensive business opportunity online.

    The big commissions they tout, are coming from the people paying for it. So, it’s like taking money from John to pay Peter. And for John to recoup is investment, program has to take money from Paul.

    Thanks for your efforts in reviewing these programs, and the feeder programs associated with them. This Automated Daily Income has been exposed, and hopefully, this saves people from losing money joining shady programs like these.

    • Rufat says:

      Really really expensive and not worth the amount you’re expected to invest. I’m glad you get my point. Your description of the program is exactly what it really is. In fact, this business is unprofitable. This is just a closed system in which they take money from John in order to pay Peter. It doesn’t make any sense in my opinion because the system doesn’t provide any value other than taking money from person and give to another person. This looks very shady and ridiculous. A friend of mine lost a lot of money in one of such programs. The best would be staying away from it.

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