Andrew Pabia has been posting about his MMA stuff and family life more, while less of his business ventures. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mean to force him to post more of the latter, it’s none of my business. His personal account, his rules. However, it’s just weird that even his business pages are not updating that much. Like, is his TigerEye Automation still up and running? What’s the tea? Like you, I wanna know what’s up.
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Sure, the website of TigerEye Automation is still up and running, but Andrew has scratched it from his bio. He replaced it with Done 4 You Agency Launch instead which turns out to be a rebrand of TigerEye Automation. The main difference would be the promised monthly income. From $10k a month without having to leave the comfort of your home down to $5k a month without having to lift a finger.
I’m dead serious. A few edits and additional texts (including cringeworthy memes) here and there, and the rest of Done 4 You Agency Launch is just a copy-and-paste from TigerEye Automation. Same slate of testimonials too which includes the approval from Mr. Wonderful. Y’know, a TV personality well-known for his stint in Shark Tank.
Having Mr. Wonderful giving you props must be good for ya reps, right? I’ll say no, not really. Not when you can buy it off Cameo for $1,500. Everyone including their mothers can have this dude show ‘em all the love as long as they pay up. Like, alright, there’s a very, very small chance that Andrew didn’t buy it, but I’m not holding my breath.
So, then TigerEye Automation (now Done 4 You Agency Launch) offers to build you a high ticket online service agency in twenty to thirty days. He and his team will build and launch the said agency that’ll sell the following top trending services: Digital marketing, virtual assistance staffing, funnel building, and automation. Sounds like the usual SMMA to me.
“We will place and manage a high ticket sales team that’ll go in there and close your high tickets for you,” he mentions. Means there’s no need for you to outsource ‘em yourself, all is apparently taken care of by Andrew’s team. He then continues, “On top of that, we will provide you with a top notch fulfillment team that’ll go in there and fulfill all those deals for you.” 100% DFY indeed as he mentions.
No offense, but did Andrew suffer a concussion on one of his MMA matches? He got to have a loose screw or two to leave his pitch like that. IMHO, it definitely sounds like BS to me. In particular, the promise of a 100% DFY agency is just too good to be true. What they say, if it’s too good to be true, then it probably is.
To add, I think he’s bullsh*tting (yet again) when he says he’s seen on ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC. Kindly tell me where it is, maybe in another dimension we call imagination, because I see NONE in real life. He could’ve just said that he’s featured on Yahoo Finance and he could get away with it. I mean, it’s there despite being sponsored content. But no, dude chose to lie because why not? Serial entrepreneur, you say? More like a serial liar, pfft.
In any case his thang is somehow not BS, he’s not doing a very good job of showing it. Like, any mention on why you’ll do everything, even wipe some moisty ass if it needs to be, on other people’s behalf? How about the profit cut? Most importantly, what’s the cost? Locking those info behind what’s likely a high pressure sales call is not reassuring at all.
Regarding the price, I was fortunate enough to stumble upon a Facebook post of his that gives a hint on the price of (then) TigerEye Automation. There, he mentions that the usual cost of his program (including then TigerEye Automation) is around $5k-$50k. My bet is that it varies depending on how much you can pay. Scummy, I know.
Obviously, I won’t recommend TigerEye Automation or any of Andrew’s offers. And you know what, I hope that the number of members of his Inner Circle Facebook group is indicative of his sales IRL. Only five members and assuming all of them is either Andrew himself or his team. Until I see more believable social proof from him, I won’t wish him any luck on selling his thang. I said what I said.