We have heard many complaints just like yours about Mobile Money Code. Unfortunately, too many of these companies offering so-called work-at-home opportunites use deceptive marketing techniques and misrepresentations to make you think that getting rich will be child's play once you subscribe to their program. They press you hard, charge you a reasonable start up fee, and then they spring the rest of the expenses on you.
There are complaints about this company all over the web, complaining about the upsells that they try to get you to pay for and the fact that it is impossible to get a refund from them. But yes, you contracted with them, so they can go after you for the money.
So what can you do? First try to reach the company and see if they will negotiate with you and give you a refund. If that fails contact a local lawyer and have him write a stern letter that says that you will take all appropriate action if they do not refund you. Even if you don't hire the lawyer, because you don't want to sue, it might just light a candle under their tail and get them to negotiate something.
Meanwhile, report this to your bank or your credit card company to try to cancel future payments. Let them know that you did not get what you bargained for. If the bank or credit card company won''t help with that , then you have to report the company to our consumer regulatory agencies and organizations.
First, reach out to the Better Business Bureau and lodge a consumer complaint against them. You can do that right on the BBB's website.
As a non-profit organization committed to protecting consumers, the BBB will try to intervene on your behalf and to resolve your problem if they can find this company and if the company is willing to work with them. Not only that but they will do it for free.
But don't stop there. You should also involve the various government agencies that protect consumers by filing formal consumer complaint reports. You would want to enlist the aid of your State Attorney General's Office and file a formal complaint about this company. You want to emphasize that the company has engaged in fraud and in unfair and deceptive marketing practices in violation of state and federal law.
Lastly, you should involve our Federal consumer protection regulatory agency, the Federal Trade Commission
by filing a similar consumer complaint with them also. These agencies may not intervene on any one person's individual situation. But when these last two agencies get enough complaints to see a pattern and practice of unethical business dealings they can, and do step in. They haul the company into Federal court where the companies usually settle for enormous fines and heavy government sanctions. The money the government collects is distributed among those defrauded by the company. So even if it takes a while, you want to be file these complaints.
You also can take them to Small Claims Court, where you do not need a lawyer.
Hope this gives you some direction.