Is Cash With Oz A Scam?

is cash with oz a scam

Name: Cash With Oz
Owner: “Jason Scott”
Price: $97

Summary: Cash With Oz is a cover-up, or funnel, to a program known as My Online Business Empire aka MOBE.

My question to those who say they can vouch for MOBE or are interested in trying such a program, is why are these funnels in place? Why not tell people what they’re really buying beforehand?

Why the need for cover-up names like “Cash With Oz”?

As of late I have encountered numerous work from home “opportunities”, which claim to be the best thing since the TV invention, but in reality they do not exist.

These programs only funnel their visitors, mainly people looking for an honest way to earn money from home, to a program that’s reputation is so bad they feel the need to present it using a different name.

Cash With Oz is no exception!

Recommended? No.

Cash With Oz Review

Cash With Oz tells you that they’ve put together a proven method that will help you pull in thousands of dollars every week, regardless of your education or income cash with oz a scam

They also tell you in the video on the sales page, that they want you “to imagine they’re giving you a Mercedes dealership full of shiny new cars, and a staff to sell these cars for you while you sit back and collect paychecks”.

Another detail worth pointing out is the $500 guarantee. Yes, they tell you in the video you are guaranteed $500 just for participating in all 21 of their steps.

What if I told you one of these steps (Step 6) requires you to spend over $2,000…

You do not need to spend $1,000’s of dollars to run a successful business. I haven’t spent nearly that much in the last year or so that I’ve been learning to build my online business using this excellent training.

Before getting into the BS $500 guarantee, among a few other issues with this work from home opportunity, I would like to share with you how I connected Cash With Oz to MOBE.

Cash With Oz or MOBE?

Within the sales video which can be found on the Cash With Oz website, they made it perfectly clear that this was MOBE. Even though they attempted to ‘blur’ it out:

is cash with oz a scam

is cash with oz a scam

The photo on the right with the lady holding a check from 2013, reads My Online Business Empire in the left-hand corner.

Here’s one where they are again blurring out MOBE and MOBE owner, Matt Lloyd:

is cash with oz a scam

is cash with oz a scam

It’s very odd that they are doing their best to cover-up what it is we are actually buying here.

If what they are teaching over at MOBE is to trick people into buying their system, using this sort of dishonesty and sneaky tactics, then I want no part of it.

Another hint is the $500 guarantee and “21 Steps” – this has MOBE written all over it.

The $500 Guarantee

The only way anyone will be able to claim to claim their $500 is by completing each of the 21 steps.

What they don’t mention is that early on in the steps, you will be enticed by your “success coach” to spend over $2,000 in order to advance  and complete these steps.

No steps, no $500 guarantee. Don’t think you will be spending $97 here and getting $500 in return. Not gonna happen.

Also, don’t believe that you are going to be building a long-term business for just $97 using this program.

Here is the pricing structure for MOBE which you will encounter after buying Cash With Oz:

Standard Affiliate: $19.95 per month
MLR: $2,497 one time + $99 per month (inner circle)
Titanium: $9,997 + $199 per month (inner circle)
Platinum: $16,667 + $299 per month (inner circle)
Diamond: $29,997 + $299 per month (inner circle)

More On Owner Matt Lloyd

The actual owner in this case would have to be Matt Lloyd, as MOBE is what you are potentially buying, not Cash With Oz.

For some reason they want to hide this detail from us and even attempt to hide his face (see images above) in the sales video. I have a pretty good reason why this may be and also why they do not want you to know that Cash With Oz is actually MOBE.

Matt Lloyd and his ‘system’ aren’t the most liked throughout the internet. Sure he has some hardcore members, but the majority of people who try and pursuit a business using his program seem to be quite unhappy.

Here are a few recent comments regarding Matt Lloyd I collected around the internet:

is cash with oz a scam

is cash with oz a scam

is cash with oz a scam

is cash with oz a scam

is cash with oz a scam

is cash with oz a scam

There’s plenty more comments like these, believe me.

Is  Cash With Oz A Scam

1/ 0
Cash With Oz - Overall Rating

Cash With Oz doesn’t exist. It’s simply a funnel to My Online Business Empire.

I would never be interested in something like MOBE, which is an MLM, and even further likes to disguise itself as affiliate marketing training.

There’s a huge difference between the two, I make most of my income by way of affiliate marketing now and this training has enabled me to work from home full-time.

MOBE is filled with over-priced items. Apparently, the only way to make money using this program is to ‘sucker in’ other people to buy the same expensive item(s) that you JUST bought.

I think it’s safe to say that the big claims in the Cash From Oz video, such as earning $1.1 Million in 4 months, are inaccurate and are flat out lies.

If you need any further evidence that Cash From Oz is not what it claims to be, I urge you to check the Terms Of Service on the website.

It reveals a lot in saying “This site is not offering a business opportunity of any kind. Additional product purchases are required in order start your own business”…etc.

Learning To Earn Online

If you would like to explore different ways in which you can start a reliable, long-term business from home. Check out my Getting Started page and learn your 6 best options for starting an online business.

Have any questions regarding Cash With Oz or working from home? Leave them in the comments area just below and I will do my best to help you out 🙂



About the author


    My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

    Nate - 6 years ago

    Thanks for this post, it certainly sounds to me that cash with oz is a scam. I am 100% in agreement with you, legitimate work from home opportunities don’t require funnels under different names as if the system worked it would already have a great reputation or certainly not a bad one!

    I’ve seen a few “home business” teaching models where they tell the people who purchase it that they need to part with thousands of dollars to be successful and its just not true!

    Jason great work pointing out these scams so people to get fall for them!

      Jason - 6 years ago

      Completely agree Nate, you do not need to spend a lot of money in order to create a business from home.

      I’m not against Cash With Oz, better known as MOBE, because of their price tag. I just don’t agree with the tactics used to trick people into joining (seen in Post above).

      Personally, I am not willing to spend that kind of money because I know better. Then there may be products or services that are worth spending that amount, I just don’t see it with MOBE.

      Thanks for stopping by,

    Devon humphrey
    Devon humphrey - 6 years ago

    Its a good thing I always look online before buying into anything. I was so close to accepting that offer from Cash With Oz but something told me that I need more info and thanks to this article, I gave been saved from what could have been the mistake of a lifetime

      Jason - 6 years ago

      Good for you for doing your research, Devon. There’s too many false products in this industry.

    Click here to add a comment

    Leave a comment:

    Money Making Opportunities

    Want to learn about exciting money making opportunities.