Mobile Site Sniper Review: Is This Guy Serious?

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Is this site on the up and up, or is Mobile Site Sniper a scam? 🤔

If you are seeing my Mobile Site Sniper review, then you’re probably doing some research on a site that promises that it can show you the exact step-by-step formula on how to make at least sixteen grand a month. 


Many similar sites have been popping out of nowhere recently, and that’s why I made up my mind to investigate yet another site that, honestly speaking, sounds too good to be true. 


By the end of this review, you should know whether it’s a smart idea to invest $47 into the program or if you might want to give this one a miss. 


You can rest assured that I won’t try to pitch you on this course filled with wonders and try to lure you in by telling you that you can earn a thousand bucks by tomorrow. 


As a matter of fact, I won’t even waste your time, and I’ll tell you the truth right away. This course is a scam, and it’s totally not worth your time. Try a better one instead. 💯 



Mobile Site Sniper claims to be the next big thing that can get you rich. It’s presented as a money-making machine that will help you in generating at least 16k a month (if you follow the blueprint, of course 😉)  


I have seen many similar scams in the past before, but this one was over the top! I have to be completely honest with you. I laughed my lungs out on this one. Sorry, but I couldn’t help it. The sales video that this site has is probably one of the trashiest I have ever seen. 


It starts with a retired hairdresser from Lansing, Michigan named Laura that claims that she only needs like three minutes to get herself a pair of new shoes. 


She says that she’s able to afford them in such a short period of time because a guy that goes by the name of Joel showed her a magic system that helps her to earn $537 per day without having to build websites, manage employees, refill stocks, or cater affiliates. 


It’s a very gimmicky and overly hyped site that tries to present itself as an automated money maker. It’s obvious that there’s something fishy about this site and you can smell it from a mile away. 



The price of this product is absolutely ridiculous. If your stubbornness prevails, and you still decide to go for it, you will need to pay off a one-time fee of just $47.  


But it doesn’t end there. 🙃

After paying the initial sign-up charge, you will be offered two additional upsells. The cost of the first one is $497, while the second one is a little bit cheaper and stands at $297. 


I think there’s no need for me to tell you that both of them are rubbish and that you would be completely nuts to spend nearly eight hundred bucks on something that’s clearly a fraud. 



Let’s just cut to the chase – Mobile Site Sniper is a scam, and you stay as far as you can from it. 


Their entire sales funnel filled with false promises and the one the caught my attention the most is the one you will come across when you reach their checkout page. 


It actually says that you can get started in less than ten minutes and that you’ll be earning money at the latest by tomorrow. It also tells that they will give you a %100 refund if that doesn’t happen, which if we’re honest, can’t be further from the truth. Mobile Site Sniper ReviewRemember Joel? We’ll he’s actually a made-up character to conceal the true identity of the fraudster that’s behind this Mobile Site Sniper scam. 


You can easily find his picture on so many stock photo sites, which should be more than enough to assure you that this guy is not who he claims to be. Oh, and I nearly forgot, Laura, is a lying bit*h too. 😂


I also need to point out that Mobile Site Sniper is a product, which as a site is notoriously known for selling crappy digital products and it doesn’t surprise me that it has ended up on their sale list. 


I nearly forgot to mention that you’ll also encounter a lot of fake testimonials who are made by paid actors hired from gig sites like Up Work. It doesn’t get more legit than that. 



My Mobile Site Sniper review is coming to an end so I thought I’d share with you one of the best and most legit ways that you can start earning online today. 


The business model I’m referring to is one of the most commonly used methods for making money online, and there’s a good reason for that.


It’s very beginner-friendly, doesn’t require huge upfront costs, and it becomes passive with time, meaning that you actually start to earn money while you’re asleep. 


The name knows it of affiliate marketing, and it’s a straightforward business model that allows you to earn a commission by promoting someone else’s products or services. 


As a matter of fact, why don’t you do yourself a favor and learn more about it by reading my step-by-step guide on how you can comfortably build and manage a $6000 a month affiliate marketing blog


This business model has a proven track record of helping many newbies in earning their first four figures of passive income online, and many of them started right where you’re at now. 


However, don’t get fooled. 🙂

Although it’s very suitable for newcomers, it does not mean it’s a get-rich-quick scheme. It requires a lot of effort on your end, but as long as you’re willing to give it your all, then I’d be happy to take you under my wing


You see, the blog you’re currently on is a perfect example of what an affiliate marketing blog should look like. 


Don’t get me wrong; I’m not trying to brag about how great and mighty my blog is, but instead, try to introduce you to the community that helped me build it. And guess what? It’s the same community that can help you do the same. 


The community I’m speaking of is called Wealthy Affiliate and is undoubtedly one of the most supportive affiliate marketing communities you can take part in. 


They taught me everything I know of today, gave me all the tools, and most importantly, all the support I needed to go out and absolutely crush it with affiliate marketing. 


Do you know what I love the most about WA? It’s free to sign up with, and that means you don’t have to worry whether you’re going to get scammed or not. You can give it a shot, see if you like it, and make your decision from there. 


The choice is yours! 👋

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  1. I need someone to call me at 859 312 3568 as soon as possible and tell me that Mobile Site Sniper will return my money, the $47 and the $537 Because I can’t even register to get into the system; want a refund please on both items.

    Thank you.

  2. Ok. I wish I would have seen this first.

    After watching the video, I rejected the ad, and a few minutes later, I got an e-mail offer to purchase the program for $17.

    At that price, it was worth checking out, or so I thought. Then they hit you with the two up sale adds for $47 AND the other four almost $250, which I declined.

    After over an hour on the phone with a “coach,” I had been asked to invest another $2500 to fast-track my program and still had no idea what the program was.

    When I informed them I wasn’t investing anything unless I knew what I was buying, they wanted my account info to ensure I had the funds. After a few more minutes of frustration, I simply hung up.

    When attempting to call them back on the direct line I was given, it was a non-working number out of curiosity. Really glad I didn’t give them my info.

    1. I’m just going to say this – you made the right choice by hanging up the phone.

  3. Mr. G, I wish I had done a review on Mobile.

    As you suggest, Site Sniper is too late now as they liberated $9800 from my bank account last week for a 12-week training program.

    Is there anything I can do to get a refund? Their company’s name is Digital Cloud Marketing.

    1. I’m sad to hear that, Merle.

      I would try to threaten them with a lawsuit, but it might be hard to get your money back even then. Sites like these are made to take your money away, and they take all the preventive measures to make sure they don’t give it back.

      Still, it’s worth the try.

  4. So how do you really feel Gorjan!!

    A nice enjoyable frank write up. Far too many of these schemes out there at the moment and particularly when people are genuinely looking for an online alternate given all of the upheaval at the moment. No free lunches as they say so if its too good too be true then…..

    All the best – Jason.

    1. I’m glad you loved it, Jason, and know that I wish you all the best as well! Mobile Site Sniper is undoubtedly a scam, but Wealthy Affiliate, on the other hand, is a platform worthy of checking out.

      I know that all of us are going through tough times because of the pandemic, but that shouldn’t stop us from investing in ourselves!

      Whatever you do, don’t stop working on yourself, and stay safe! I’m here if you need me; just send me a message, and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can!

  5. This is really an eye opener. I did not know that you can pay freelancers for fake testimonials. Whaat?!
    Never believe anything you see on the internet. Always do your research first.
    It sounds too good to be true to be earning money the next day.
    You did a great job there revealing a scam!

    1. Scammers have upped their game in the past couple of years, and my Mobile Site Sniper Review just proved that.

      I agree; people should always play it smart and do their research before even thinking of pulling money out of their pocket. Thanks for the kind words, Ina. I always try to do my best!

  6. Mobile Site Sniper?? yea right….

    I once had an issue with taking the time to do my research before buying any course on the market that is Flashy. It has cost me thousands in the past. And I am tired of doing it. Now I search for reviews on products and have saved a ton of money and effort. I will be looking into Wealthy Affiliate per your review. Wow, you showed me two important tips on the market. Thank you for sharing your information and I hope to read more from you.

    1. I’m glad you found my content helpful, Rob, but there’s something I need to warn you about.

      Not all reviews you read online are truthful, and unfortunately, that is one of the main issues the reader faces nowadays.

      Some affiliates tend to hide the truths about specific programs to lure everyday readers into clicking their links and buying their recommended products.

      I always try to point out the good and bad sides of each product I’m reviewing and let t

  7. Mobile Site Sniper is another scam from ClickBetter. Watch out, guys! I bought tons of these snipers from the CB marketplace so far. All you get is a simple video course for learning affiliate marketing, that’s all. The worst thing is, they will try and upsell you with products worth $100’s as soon as you walk inside. The back end product has no value and it’s not worth $47, not even $4.70! You can find the same content all over YouTube for free! There are no tools inside, no support, no community, no coaching, nothing that could help you to make $1000’s per month online. Gorjan is right, this is a scam and you should listen to this guy if you don’t want to get sucked into the vortex of chasing shiny objects.

    1. My words exactly, Ivan.

      “…if you don’t want to get sucked into the vortex of chasing shiny objects.” – I call it the Shiny Object Syndrom. 😃

  8. Hey Gorjan,

    WOW! I am so pleased I came across this review of Mobile Site Sniper. Even the name “Mobile Site Sniper” sounds like a scam. I have seen lots of these kinds of things that start at $47 and then move into the upsells of $247 and then $497, it is always the way with them. So after reading your review I can easily say that I will not be investing in this product.

    Thank you for sharing and keep up the great work with your reviews and exposing these scams.

    All the best,


    1. Smart move, Tom!

      Taking the time to do your research before buying any course on the market is inevitable. Failing to do so might have cost you a loss of nearly $1K, but luckily you made the right choice (unlike many others), and I applaud you for that.

  9. Hi Gorjan, I think you are doing the community a great service to reveal that Mobile Site Sniper is a scam. Unfortunately people are gullible particularly when they see dollar signs and what they think are opportunities for quick money making. Let’s hope people do their research before signing up and see your review before they lose their money.

    1. I am hoping for the same thing. A couple of minutes of reading can save you ton of cash! 😄

      Thanks for stopping by Martine, and feel free to reach out to me if you need anything!

  10. I don’t like platforms where they bombard you with upsells, even if it’s just one or two, legit or not. I am glad I found this review. The name Mobile Site Sniper sounded familiar, but I had not read anything about it. They are obviously a scam, Claiming that you can make money on your first day online … yeah right! Haha
    Thank you for sharing this review!

    1. You’re welcome, Christine, anything I can do to help! Not all programs that offer upsell are bad, but the ones that try to hide it from you and be shady about it definitely are.

  11. Great review G, loved it! It so obvious that Mobile Site Sniper is a scam, but that still did not stop you to write a review just to show people that there are much better opportunities they can look into. As always, your content rocks! Keep it up.

    1. Thanks for taking the time to drop a comment on my post Carl, and know that I’m glad you liked it! Thanks for the kind words, it means a lot 🙂

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