Mkinsiders, LLC. Review

I participated in a coaching program titled something like $50k in 90 Days. It was touted as a roadmap to making, you guessed it, $50,000 in the next ninety days. But best I can tell, those numbers are simply made up. Nobody has made $50k in 90 days following Mike’s program. It’s all based in theory. You can put milestones in a spreadsheet showing a “map” to hit $50k, but simply laying out a string of milestones on paper doesn’t magically make the program effective. | The program Mike tells students to follow is essentially based in deceit. You gain the trust of businesses by presenting yourself as something you’re not. You create a dummy website connected to a dummy Facebook page, get a lot of cheap fans to like the Facebook page, and then email business owners as if you’re a major brand in their industry. You gain their trust based on a false image. They will supposedly want to work with you because they perceive you to be a big brand with lots of customers that you can refer to the businesses, but of course it’s a lie. You’ll simply use the ad-hoc brand as a shell from which to run your own lead-gen ads. | Mike thinks this is fine, because your ultimate intention is good — you want to bring them more business using Facebook ads. You want to make the business owners happy … eventually. In his way of thinking, that makes flat out lying to them okay. During one coaching call, he was discussing the concept of alignment on a moral spectrum. He confessed that his alignment was “chaotic good” and that he basically viewed himself as kind of a benevolent pirate. This is key to understanding him. | The more he talked about his view of marketing — namely, it’s okay to mislead people if you’re trying to help them out in the long run — the more I began to realize that’s exactly what he had done to me. He had presented a program on false pretenses. Mind you, I think he had every intention of helping me reach my financial goals. It’s just that the way he pitched his program to get me in was misleading, and the program didn’t work. At least it didn’t work for someone who values being completely honest and upfront with other people. | I made exactly $0 using Mike’s program. After it ended, he hyped up a “revenue share” program where he claimed he would start your marketing business from scratch, for “free” (free to get started, he only gets paid from revenue he helps generate). You might think that sounds great, and so did I. But I found out later, after two calls with his sales guy, I would have to pay $10,000 up front to get into this new program. He was actually looking for established businesses to latch onto and share revenue with. So much for “from scratch”, right? This is par for the course with Mike. He’ll say almost anything to generate interest in his offer, even if it means stretching the truth or changing the offer later once he has enough leads in his pipeline. | If you like stretching the truth and deceiving people into giving you money, then Mike Kabbani is your guru. | If you like honesty and transparency, stay away.


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