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The name, "Mike Glaspie" is a well known name in Internet marketing circles but not necessarily for a good reason. He is the founder and President of many companies and owns many Websites. He reportedly makes $18 million dollars each year. He is an author of four books and several video and audio courses.

Mike Glaspie Detailed Overview

The name, "Mike Glaspie" is one that is well known in Internet marketing circles. The trouble, is he well known for good or bad Internet marketing practices? Mike has been working online since 1997. He is the Founder and Chairman of the nation's largest privately held Internet service companies and his newsletter, "Secrets to Direct Marketing Success", of a well-known newsletter among those seeking to make money online. His programs such as "BannersGoMLM, and MySiteInc., are also well-known among marketers. Mike Glaspie is known for his direct marketing know-how.

Mike reportedly makes $18 million each year through his organization "Webnet" and other Internet endeavors. Mike has also authored four books, three courses and has put out an audiocassette instructional and video programs including: Hot Wires - Secrets of the 900 Number Industry, the Ultimate Money Machine, Net Marketing 2005, Unleash the Entrepreneur Within, Profits Online and 1-900-Opportunity.

On his Website Michael Glaspie admits to running several Websites including zabang, BannerCo-op, BannersGoMLM, FreeMarketingInfo, NoBSMarketingHelp, NetMarketing2007, MyMegaList, IconAlert, MySiteInc. MikeGFreeCD, MikeGTelecoach, and IHaveAGiftForYou. He states that he promotes Success University, Profitmatic, and MyWorldPlus.

There are four ripoff reports filed against Mike Glaspie on the Website, "Ripoff Report". The reports are from 9/22/08 to 5/29/09 and involve ESM, INC., The Shanklin Group, Forexenterprise.com, OMNI Business Solutions, Submit Solution and Mike Glaspie.

The complaints involved being triple charged, not having someone on the support phone line aware of what the program was, and coaching ripoff that use Mike Glaspie's name to give credibility even using a audio message from Mike on the Website to "Resultzzs". The most recent ripoff report against Mike Glaspie reported receiving 4 Trojan Horse Virus when trying to do a global removal from Mike's programs (AdCentsPro).

There are complaints on the Internet marketing forum, Warrior Forum about not being able to unsubscribe from his email list. There are also complaints of not getting responses from Mike via email and that promised spillover from programs such as Lawn Chair Millionaire and Rejuvinate do not happen as promised. There are also plenty of accusations about Mike Glaspie's spam-like email practices. The majority of the posts on the Warrior Forum are negative in content about Mike Glaspie.

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Mike Glaspie Reputation

Mike Glaspie is mentioned in four Ripoff Reports on the "Ripoff Report" site ranging from 2/22/08 to 5/27/09. He has several postings in various threads on the Warrior Forum where he is chastised for his email tactics. The reports of being ripped off stem from overcharging lack of phone support and of not having received what was promised.

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Mike Glaspie & ICANETWORK

I joined as a rep for his company ICANETWORK a few months ago and my experience has been very positive. Staff is always helpful and I ask A LOT of questions as I'm new to mobile marketing. I've gotten emails saying they were from Mike G but if I look at the header it wasn't the same as Mike Glaspie aka Mike G. Everyone who is successful gets their name and stuff ripped off, you just have to know how to tell the difference between what's real and what's not.
 
 


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avatar   by powerpat on July 4, 2012 at 9:34 AM CST

 
 
 
ICANETWORK Customer Acquisition Services

I have been involved with Mike Glaspie through Jane Mark since 2008 and have had nothing but great results with both of them.

The latest and the greatest business venture yet is the ICANETWORK which saves business owners thousands upon thousands of dollars in developer fees for getting their own custom smartphone app PLUS UNLIMITED SMS Messaging is included at only $39/mo.

You can also make money by offering set-up services to your clients who can then make their own app changes free of charge. Nobody offers unlimited SMS messaging anywhere - I've checked all over.

The fees for both Mobile Web Apps and SMS are outrageous everywhere else so maybe Mike Glaspie has turned over a new leaf since 2009 because my experience is NOTHING like what has been described above.
 
 


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avatar   by thriftgirl62 on November 4, 2011 at 10:17 PM CST

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Ripped off

I also have been scammed by Mike G as he calls himself. I received a phone call from a company called Achieve Technologies with the offer of website training. When I asked how much it was, I was asked how much I had and being on a pension I said I had $2000 in my savings which was all I had to do me for life. I was then informed that if I signed a contract I would have my money back in 6 months or they would work with me until I got it back. I was also told I would never have to pay another cent. As soon as I signed the contract I find that it is going to cost me another $43 a month for the omnisitebuilder which is the hosting company that this mob goes through.

Anyway after a couple of weeks of doing the lessons I realized they were not sinking into my brain as they had no audio. So I complained a few times after asking for help and was told to go and watch the videos. I have been trying for a few months now to get my money back but I think I have done my life savings.

Anyway I contacted Mike G and asked him if he owned this website and he replied that he was an associate so when I explained to him what had happened he must have contacted achieve and they rang me with the offer of 3 phone lessons. When I got the calls, after the second call I told them not to bother ringing me again as this girl did not even know aweber. In the meantime Mike sent me an email asking me for a pic as he was going to give me a free website valued at $1995. About 3 weeks later I received the website mysiteinc and I haven't stopped getting emails 4 a day since, so I am going to block his messages after reading the other reviews on him. As I told Mike, I was going to report achieve technologies he went off his brain and threatened not to give me the website if I started running achieve down. That proved to me that he is involved with this rip off. If you see his name run a mile.
 
 


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avatar   by bever1007 on December 21, 2010 at 10:03 PM CST

 
 
 
Mike G is Spammer and Scammer

My experience with this guy is very, very bad. Two months ago I subscribed to his program and he sends me his spam email everyday to my inbox and it's disturbed me so much.

And when I tried to unsubscribe from his program, another subscribe from another product that is owned by him comes again to my mail and again as spam. When I looked at it the information is worthless and outdated.

I suggest to you all not trying to subscribe to the Mike G Program because it's all is pure scam and the information is all outdated.

Believe me this guy is scam, never subscribe to him.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by olin400 on September 19, 2010 at 7:58 PM CST

 
 
 
Glaspie scam or real deal

Been involved now about 4 weeks, still a little early to be calling him a scammer, but it's starting to smell that way. I have received about 100 different deals probably helped along by him. I did not sign up for him to be shelling my e mail address all over the place like he is unless these are too his companies which I would not doubt because it's how these gurus work. I did a 10 million piece e mailer with him at the helm and have still not received that which cost and it's been 4 weeks since I signed ...

The first deal I was offered was by a company called push button extreme

which has done absolutely nada since I signed up for that. So that's a scam as far as I'm concerned. It's looking really fishy in Glaspie land. If it looks like a duck and walks like a duck and quacks like a duck ... man, it's a duck.
 
 


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avatar   by jamiejamie on September 11, 2010 at 7:21 PM CST

 
 
 
A little concerning

I opted in for a freebie, which I haven't had time to even look at yet. In the last 4 days I have had numerous emails. He always sends 2 at a time. Now the emails come from imarketech who say they got my email address from Mike Glaspie and they want my phone number.

I keep getting requests for my phone number but have just written to say I think that is unwise. I also explained that although they state I am a client of Mike Glaspie's which is why they are contacting me, I don't consider myself a client. I also stated that Mike Glaspie did not have my permission to pass on my email to anyone else.

From the comments I have read here it might not get them off my back. I have unsubscribed several times already - let's hope it sticks.
 
 


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avatar   by psnpds on August 14, 2010 at 12:41 PM CST

 
 
 
Don't believe what he guarantees

Last November/09 I asked Mike Glaspie if Achieve Technology was a reputable company, as they wanted $8000 for their services. He told me I should be honored if Achieve Technologies agreed to work for me. Only to find out I've been ripped off for $8000.

I believed him, what a costly big mistake that was. Is this how he made his money off of other people's misfortunes.
 
 


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avatar   by JeanetteClark on August 3, 2010 at 9:27 PM CST

 
 
 
If you see the name Mike T Galspie , run !

My bad experience with Mike G made me want to write a review for the first time ever. To make it a short story, about a year ago I signed up for LawnChairMillionaire but was not impressed with the lack of the promised spillover, so I quit. Usually with most business that's the end of it. Not with Mike G. I don't know how many times I unsubscribed... But the worst, every now and then, one of his employees call me. Like tonite again, after I told them many times that I am not interested in their training and please do not to call me again. I got mad again to the point of screaming at the guy... still he wont let go. I need a reason he says, and why that reason ? It never ends. I hang up, he calls right back, again and again. They even told me that because I signed up to LawnChairMillionaire, that gives them the right to call me for three years ! The first time they called, they offered me a Marketing course for $15000 so I said I was not interested, so he lowered and lowered down to $2000. I can expect another call from his team anytime I guess, maybe in six months from now, I don't know. I wish I never gave him my info.
 
 


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avatar   by mustardketchup on May 13, 2010 at 12:39 PM CST

 
 
 
$5995 mentoring course

OMG so many people got scammed with this Mike G. First of all I was into PROFITmatic which cost me a monthly fee of $39. After two months in the program, without signing up any referrals, I unsubscribed the program. Well that was easy, I got immediately out, GOOD. After 4 days I got a phone call from a company called Achieve technologies which owner was Mike G. I didn’t know him, but I looked back on PROFITmatic and he was the No. 1 recruiter with over 9000 people enrolled. They spoke with me over an hour about teaching me everything about earning money online and it would take about 6 months. Well I thought this Mike G. was a huge mentor and GURU so we keep on speaking. At the end we came to the price WHAT??? $5995!

This was out of my league, I would absolutely not pay that kind of money. He said they will guarantee I will achieve a monthly income of $25000, but hey sounds too good to be true. I didn’t join but they keep on calling me and have done that for the last 6 weeks once a week. I also get emails all the time and can’t get them off my back so I closed down my email account made a new one and send out to all my connections. Took me few days of work, should I charge him for that?? Please stay away from him and all his companies, he has many.
 
 


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avatar   by jewa42 on February 11, 2010 at 1:26 PM CST

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Don't fall for Mike G's promised deals - no truth in them

I guess I am just another trusting mug who got excited about joining the "wonderful online income opportunity" that Michael Glaspie regularly promises.

I signed up for three of the deals personally promoted and recommended by him, only to discover that I had been had and that he was a blatant liar.

It seems that his widespread mode of operation is this: Sends emails with glowing recommendations, promises lots and lots of goodies, sucks in the mugs for all they are worth, delivers nothing and keeps drawing money from the victim's credit cards.

Yep, I unwittingly did contribute to Mike's growing wealth by joining three of his "I will help you" pitches: Freebie Force, Bannersgomlm and Mikegsmegamaildeal.

Regarding Freebie Force, here are some extracts from his email.

* And when you join, we will do a 10 million mailing with your link.

* You will get paid without recruiting anyone ever

* You will make $ just by joining. I will prove it to you every month

* I am pushing this program hard every month and you can be on my coat tails all the way to the bank

* I am going to mail this to my entire data base - 10am August 27th

etc etc

All this was a big fat blatant lie to haul in the suckers! After 5 months, one of his staff did join under me. That was it!

My other two involvements with him fared no better.

And forget about trying to get a response from him afterward. In desperation, I had to cancel my credit card to stop further withdrawals.

So please be very very careful if you ever get an "invitation" from Mike G, Michael Glaspie or anything with that name on it.

If you believe him, you are likely to be ripped off - just like many of us have been.

Don't just take my word for it - Google "mike g scam" and see what many of his other victims have to say. The pattern seems the same!
 
 


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avatar   by nallak on February 7, 2010 at 9:11 AM CST

 
 
 
I made the mistake

I made the mistake of opting in on a site, thinking it was free, while surfing. A few days later I learned it was one of his many business websites. I never joined because after really looking it over, I felt it didn't offer what I was looking for. I thought I had successfully opted out of the email subscription, but I guess I was wrong. Now I am constantly deleting tons of emails I get from him a day. The emails contain a new business opportunity or free email advertising sent on your behalf, but in the end there is a catch for the free advertising, you have to sign up for of the other offers, to my understanding. I say run unless you like being spammed to death.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by countrygirl on January 16, 2010 at 8:47 AM CST

 
 
 
Mike... what can I say?

This guy is a pure spammer. I don't know if it's me, but Mike Glaspie has not really been helpful to me at all. I seen all of his information in the newsletters that he sends out and also in his websites and it is very outdated info. I don't know why he even builds a list if he is not giving anyone helpful stuff that they are craving for. I unsubscribed from his list a long time ago and it was the best thing to do for me. I would not recommend him to anyone because of the lame information that he is still giving out to his customers and fans.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by BTeezy on January 13, 2010 at 11:14 AM CST

 
 
 
Bad customer service. Old information

I ordered what sounded like rather substantial products from Mike Glaspie. It actually was a huge file... full of rubbish. It became painfully obvious that he must have been cleaning out old junk courses that he bundled together in order to appear that it had value.

He even had a long tutorial on using the Overture Keyword tool. Most of the links to sites he referred to were either broken or no longer used by the people he recommended. I thought it had to be some kind of mistake. Surely someone that has been around for such a long time wouldn't be this clueless... ? I called, I emailed, and I tried the contact support that I was provided with... Nada... Not one response.

His original sales letter goes as far as saying that he will return more then you paid for the course. (I don't remember the percentage he promised right now) I do remember that he offered a rather long term as well. Oh... Here's a good one... One month and many failed attempts at trying to reach Mike or any one that would return my money, I received a call from a sales guy pitching me on "Personal Training" from Mike. You've probably also heard the spiel... "He will only work with you if you are REALLY serious about succeeding" Yeah. That and paying the hefty price ranging from $5,000. - $15,000. I thought, oh great. I'll let this guy know that I want my "guaranteed" money back on the purchase I had already made. Never mind the "extra" money that Mike promised. Just make good on the "guaranteed money back” Pushy sales guy quickly changed his tone and said he didn't know anything about that and that his company didn't have anything to do with other courses and that they were just concerned with selling "Personal Training" for several internet marketers... and was I or was I not REALLY serious about succeeding in my business. I had to laugh. I asked him to please take me off of their list... Two days later... I get another call with the same pitch. I stopped him as quick as I could and politely asked him to PLEASE remove my name from their list... One week later... You guessed it... I get yet another call with the same pitch. Does anybody know how old Mike is? I'm thinking he might be losing his mind. There is a possibility that he has just lost control of his business or he doesn't care. In any case, he's looking pretty shady to me.
 
 


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avatar   by Brighten on January 5, 2010 at 2:51 PM CST

 
 
 
NEVER subscribe to any of Mike's programs

In early 2007 I signed up for one of Mike's free informational programs about internet marketing. The first few days was fine but after that I started receiving buckets of emails saying Mike G. this and Mike G that. I would click unsubscribe and within minutes I had 3 new programs of his emailing me. It is next to impossible to unsubscribe from his list because I suspect that what he does is as soon as you subscribe to one, he then has some automated software that updates the email lists constantly and takes your email address and adds it to all of his other lists. Before you know it you are bombarded with emails.

Trust me it's not worth the pain and hassle to get anything that has Mike G's name on it!
 
 


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avatar   by olydove on October 20, 2009 at 8:44 AM CST

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Mass mailing program

I was very excited about the offer launched by Mike G to beta test (not for free) mailing program.

Signed up for a run, paid for it and been assured it was to go out the next day. Three weeks and nothing yet. Despite friendly conversation and assurances by email, no results.

Yet, I did get calls daily for his 10K mentoring program until I finally begged them to stop.
 
 


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avatar   by peterb on October 7, 2009 at 1:40 PM CST

 
 
 
Spam Spam and More Spam

Mike Gilaspie's marketing approach is one that is a bit overbearing. I found out about him several months ago when I was in a Networking Marketing Opportunity named FREEBIE FORCE. I was doing pretty well in this particular opportunity. Anyway so I thought I was. I was in this opportunity only 5 months. I was earning about $60 a month from my downline that I had built up, it only cost me $9.95 a month, so I was in a profit of $51.05.

Well along came Mike Gilaspie, he joined this low budget opportunity. He quickly rose up in the ranks. I guess he was doing it to prove his products do work. I would say that they do work if he managed to SPAM as many people as he does with his marketing tactics then that's probably how he ended up getting a downline of over 200 people within a 3 month period. He became so popular at the site with his recruiting methods that he offered a "FREE" marketing course. Well of course everyone wanted to know exactly how this "new" guy was creating such a buzz for his business and definitely wanted to duplicate his efforts.

So I downloaded his "FREE" course. You couldn't just download it without giving him your personal information either, including a phone number. I'm so glad I gave my cell phone number, cause I can block the calls that annoy me most. Anyway, after I signed up, a mere few days later, one of Mike's representatives called me to offer me a type of mentorship program that Mike was offering at the time. It was only going to cost me a mere $1,500. Heck if I had that to spare, I definitely was not going to give it to him. I kept receiving emails for Mike as well. Even though I had supposedly successfully unsubscribed to his emails. I would get new emails from different associates in his company. It pissed me off so much, I changed my email address.

I rated this a C, because he does know how to get results with his marketing tactics, but be aware NEWBIES, don't spend money you don't have. Especially when you can get the information practically for FREE these days.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by hdjohnson on August 26, 2009 at 9:31 AM CST

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OMG Mike G

I just happened to get into his site and accidentally signed up. It was my "task" to join another website but it redirected me to Mike G's website. Now he is emailing me everyday with all those stuff to make money online which I don't really want to consider in the first place.

Can you not really opt out of his emails? I tried to unsubscribe and I'm still waiting for the confirmation.
 
 


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avatar   by calyxus on July 14, 2009 at 1:29 AM CST

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He Says it's Free To Get You To Open

I'm really tired of his emails stating that he has something FREE and you read on and at the end he charges you for it. And in another case with his Laptop that he supposedly gives away, well he emailed me and said I won and I emailed him back about it and never heard a thing back from him.
 
 


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avatar   by patti on July 12, 2009 at 3:52 PM CST

 
 
 
Here he is again

I do definitely agree with the above report saying that if one subscribes to his mailing list one cannot unsubscribe. I have tried several times to unsubscribe but next morning there I got another email again somewhere somehow...

Although he is reported to send too many mails and promotion he does give some good and free stuff too. He claims to give away a free laptop at the end of every month. He also listed a few names that have received his free gift. I don't know if it's true or not.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by doors on June 18, 2009 at 4:09 PM CST

 
 
 
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