If you’re a regular reader of my blog, then you’ll have noticed that I’ve recently got a new car. It’s a white 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL550 hardtop convertible. The car is amazing. Not only can it park itself, but it can even tell if you’re falling asleep at the wheel and alert you to get coffee!
My favorite feature of my new car is I don’t have to pay it. How is that possible? Well, thanks to Matt Lloyd and the new MOBE Merc Program, I’m driving around in a Mercedes that cost over $130,000, for free! Watch the video below to find out how how you can get your own MOBE Merc.
How The MOBE Merc Program Works
The MOBE Merc Program is open to any MTTB members who are part of the MOBE License Right (MLR) Program. If you’re in the MOBE License Rights Program, you simple need to make five MLR sales, and you’ll be in a position to go down to your local Mercedes-Benz dealership and drive out with a brand new Mercedes.
Once you get five MLR sales, a MOBE representative will call you to congratulate you on your achievement. You’ll then be able to lease a new Mercedes, and depending on how many car points you have, MOBE will give you $600/month or $1,200/month for the lease payments.
Here’s how it all breaks down:
You need to maintain the required points each month to receive a car payment. This can be done any number of ways: by getting five MLR sales or one Platinum Mastermind sale, or any combinations in between.
MOBE Merc points accumulate. If you have a great month and make 41 MLR sales like I did in January, then your lease payments are taken care of for the next eight months!
Get Any Merc You Want
Just because you get $600/month or $1200/month for your Mercedes does not mean you have to lease a car at those payment levels. You can go higher or lower. If the Merc you want cost more than $1,200 a month (like the $200,000 SLS AMG), you just pay the difference. If it cost less (C-Class Mercs can be leased for as low as $349 per month), then you pocket the difference.
You can find out more about the MOBE Merc Program by going through the 21 step MTTB System. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going for a nice long drive.