OMG Machines Review – Only $7 999 and no chance of a refund? OMG!

OMG Machines Review
Overall Ranking: 00/100
Price: $7 999

Introduction: What is OMG Machines?

OMG Machines stands for One Man Gang Machines. The main part of OMG Machines is an SEO course that they claim will get your website ranked #1 on Google as well as other training courses that will get you traffic from various sources.

What is OMG Machines

So let’s have a closer look at what OMG machines promises and what they offer.

The first thing I noticed on their website is that there really is nothing much there to see at all. There is a video of Mike Long that is just over a minute long and he really shares nothing at all with you. Then the rest of the website page is filled with screenshots of money made. Seen this type of thing before? Yeah I bet you have.

So I enter my email address not really knowing what to expect. The gives me access to another page where there are a ton of video’s from various people that have apparently found success with OMG Machines. Strange because there is still nothing to tell me what OMG Machines really offers. At the end of this page you have to click to join OMG Machines and this takes you through to more video testimonials of people that have apparently made it big, as well as screenshots from Facebook that show what people think OMG Machines is worth…. $100k by the way (can you already see me sitting here giggling?) as well as loads of other screenshots and testimonials.

See the thing is that I get this, apparently you can make buckets of money with OMG Machines. I still don’t have a clue exactly what they offer, what it costs or anything else remotely useful while wading through all this BS!

Right at the bottom of this page OMG Machines finally gives some indication of what this is all about… so here is what they offer and it really is presented in an amateur way that still gives hardly any details:

  • 6 Figure per month coaching: This is coaching given during office hours by Greg Morrison. He apparently earns a 6 figure monthly income and he will be coaching you.
  • More Superstar 6 Figure per month webinars and office hours: This is live office hours, webinars and appearances by Kotton Grammar, Joe Marfoglio, Joshua Fletcher and Stephen Floyd who are all apparently very successful online marketers with online businesses that range from $50 000 to $500 000 profit per month.
  • Search Engine Marketing: the mega successful online markets above will go through SEO and Youtube marketing techniques
  • Amazon Training by Liz Herrera, yes another $500 000 per month online marketer as well as more 6 figure online marketers
  • Money-getting strategies: They teach you over the shoulder “money-getting strategies”.
  • Day Job Killer: DJK local client consulting. Tools, templates, training, role-playing videos and resources that apparently nobody else in the world has.
  • Affiliate/ CPA: rich templates and “top-secret tricks”.
  • Updates: access to all training and updates
  • Community: Apparently this community is so incredible that the cost for this program alone will be worth it just for the community aspect. According to their website you will be networking with loads of successful and stinking rich online marketers as well as other OMG Machines members.

And the price for all of this? Well they have $20 000 scratched out and then $7 999. Anyone interested? You can even pay it off over 12 months for $699/ month. Do you notice my sarcasm here.

PS there are NO refunds available for this program!

So here’s the thing, from research I have done about 2 years ago they were offering The Commission Conspiracy Part 1 for a once off $45 and then The Commission Conspiracy Part 2 which offered some training packages, as well as their Project X (No Holds Barred) for $4 999.

Since then it appears they have done away with their cheaper training packages and decided to only offer the “No Holds Barred” option. However this has jumped from $4 999 to $7 999 in just less than 2 years. This is a huge jump of $3 000.

Research done shows that 2 years ago all of the packages they offered were not recommended, the training was sub standard and really even the stuff that was good was information that could just be Googled for free… so much for “resources that nobody else in the world has.

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Is OMG Machines a scam?

The overall opinion that I have encountered is that OMG Machines is not a scam. I guess that is correct, they do offer some training and just because they charge a bomb for it doesn’t mean I can call it a scam even though everything in my being screams for me to whack a huge scam label on this one.

Is OMG Machines a Scam

My Verdict for OMG Machines

Ok so I won’t call it a scam, but I will give it a big fat zero! Here are my reasons behind this zero rating:

  • Their website is unprofessional and inadequate. Yes it is have a look! Read how they explain what they offer, if these are such great online marketing gurus surely they could put a little more effort in presenting their offer?
  • While researching this opportunity I came across a lot of complaints that the training provided was nothing special, all the information they give is easily found online for free!
  • You cannot see what you are getting, no free trial, no real information on their website either. Yet they expect you to cough up $7 999? Tall order in my opinion
  • There are NO refunds, how can they expect you to pay $7 999 without really telling you what you are paying for and then say if you don’t like what we do give you, well tough luck we’re keeping your money? No that is not right at all.
  • They state on their website they give articles to spin? Well this is not a great SEO tactic now is it? Articles should be unique, they should be written naturally and with your audience in mind. This alone states they don’t really know what they are talking about.
  • Facebook screenshots, screenshots of money made, written testimonials and video testimonials all over the place saying how great OMG Machines is and how much money you can make? This screams of a scam to me. It also really gives me proof of anything now does it? Anyone can use Photoshop these days and really you can get a fake video on Fiverr easily. This is just plain tacky.

Let’s get real here, if you are going to be spending $7 999 you would expect a mind blowing website wouldn’t you? Go have a look and tell me if you are impressed because I was not.

If I charged $7 999 for something I would be embarrassed to send my prospective clients to a website that presented itself like that. And they are going to show you how to build a website and how to be successful? It is laughable.

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OMG Machines Review
Overall Ranking: 00/100
Price: $7 999


Lynne Huysamen

Mommy to a pigeon pair, blogger and online marketer. Lover of chocolate, good books and buckets of coffee.


  1. Damn it! 7999 dollars? Are they nuts???! Who would buy that? It’s so appearent that the thing they offer is not worth the price. Maybe you’re saying that it’s not a scam, but it seemed to me pretty much like a money trap.

    I wouldn’t put my non-existing 8 grand on that stuff. Thanks for informing people!

    • Hi Tyler

      Well… they do offer a product, it is not like they take your $8k and run away and give you nothing. So I suppose I can’t call it a scam for that reason. I just can’t see anything that they give having an $8k value which is why I gave it a zero rating.

      I agree with you, OMG Machines charging $7 999 is insanity, anyone that gets hooked into this should surely know there is something wrong here?

  2. Hi Lynne, so great of you to be the detective to find out in depth of their tricks as nothing about the product upfront of their website beside telling the visitors how much of monies you could earn. This sounds so familiar to those scams I experienced previously, named few here – Anik Singal and Anthony Morrison’s programs where you could earn money in minutes but not showing or telling you what is it about. But their programs not as expensive as this OMG Machines.

    This OMG Machines sounds much better than the Slot Machines in casinos which give you tons of monies – Oh, My Genie (OMG) instead!

    I strongly believe I could learn more than their offer in your #1 Recommendation http://smallonlinebusinessopportunity.com/wealthyaffiliate at a very much cheaper rate. Sorry that I never believe any Genie in this real world. lol

  3. OMG! That name itself should warned you! People says OMG usually in a shock! Thank you for your thorough review and fair warning! $7,999 is most definitely a scam! I will look on your #1 recommendation! Wealthy Affiliate, is it?

  4. Thanks for the warning Lynne! It seems to me that $7999., is an awful lot of money for the little bit of information they provide. It’s not like they provide a College Level Course that leads to a Certification. I always thought that giving GREATER USE VALUE than the cash value one receives in return was the sign of a Good Marketer? In any case, there may be a lot of information they provide that is useful but most of it can probably be obtained for free, or certainly at a much lower cost, on the Internet? Great article, and awesome website!

    • Hi Kelvin
      Yes I am sure they provide some useful information, but $7999 worth of info? Somehow I doubt that, and the feedback online I have found from people that bought into this program has been that they found it disappointing!

  5. You know, I still can’t get it through my thick skull… Why do people still think that expensive = better??? Don’t get me wrong, dirt cheap is not the way either, but seriously. $7999 for OMG Machine… and that for information that is already scattered all over the internet for free…

    At $7999 you would at least think that they would know how to add an income disclaimer to their website. Seriously, they want to train people in this industry?

    If your looking for support and friends to share ideas, while getting premium, proven training at a fraction of the cost of these hyped up, aggressively marketed rip off’s…

    Join a cost effective and realistic community like Wealthy Affiliate.

    Thanks for looking out Lynne

    • Hi Marc

      Yip, it makes no sense at all really. You would think that they would have a more professional website and offer a better product for $7999? Shocking really!

  6. Nice review! I love it! BTW, I’m selling the latest OMG Machines. With the most recent update with a total of 100GB. It includes all the modules, the webinars, the pdfs, Liz videos about amazon… and anything that people get in the $7000 version.
    I sell it for a tiny fraction of the price it’s originally sold. If anyone is interested feel free to email me at ***removed*** or via skype on ***removed***

    • Hi Enzo

      Can you sleep at night promoting a scam? I have removed all your links.. firstly that us just spammy to leave links like that and secondly it is a scam. I will never promote a scam on this site.

  7. OMG …. is right! This sounds like the most ridiculous program I ever heard of. If one had that kind of money to throw in to an online training course, then they must already be rich and really don’t need to make money online. That’s my opinion anyway! Thanks for providing a great review though, so everyone can make an informed decision.

    • Hi Brittni

      That is exactly what I thought! If you can afford to be conned by this program then you don’t need the money.

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