Some people call him scammer.
Anthony was an esteemed instructor on udemy.com who taught courses with valuable content and lots of live webinars. But then something went wrong...
Since 2016 his life is like a storm. He goes through projects at wind speed and leaves ruins behind, so he often changes his name, address and phone number, and tries to make sure the information about him disappears with the wind.
There are several characteristics to identify this man: he always presents himself as a U.S. Army veteran, a proud father and a NY Mets fan. He introduces himself as a patriotic conservative, Donald Trump supporter. You may also notice his fondness for polo ralph lauren shirts and NY Mets hoodies and hats.
As of October 2020 he introduces himself as Tony Marcano.
We found over the web different variations of his name. Here is a partial list :
Anthony Moffett, Anthony R Monfret, Anthony Roland Monfet, Anthony P Monfet, Anthony Monfret, Anthony Monet, Tony Monfet.
As far as we know, his active email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phone numbers we know:
In most cases, he doesn't answer calls, so it's hard to tell if he's still using them.
The current address we know (but may be out-of-date) is:
When we set up this site on SEP 2019, we predicted that some of the information would disappear from the web and wrote that we wouldn't be surprised if that happened. This is why we took as many screenshots as we could.
As of early July 2020 we find that much of the information has disappeared. Two of Anthony's Twitter accounts are gone, his LinkedIn profile has been changed too many times so we can hardly keep up. Some of the links in our site are either directing to non-existent pages (404), or redirecting to a completely different address. Same goes for links displayed on search engine results.
Anthony seems to be trying to hide the public information about him.
The documentation on this site now seems to be more important than ever, for anyone who wants to check if the man is legit or a cheater.
They say that one picture is worth more than a thousand words. So we've put together some featured images.
Be sure to check the information today, as it may disappear tomorrow.
Anthony Monfet was an instructor on udemy.com between the years 2014-2018. At first he was a valued instructor who created courses with a lot of content and hosted many live webinars. But since 2016, things began to go wrong.
Anthony made an announcement on Udemy, offering his students, who wanted to be successful Amazon FBA sellers, the MAP consulting program. It sold for between $20,000 - $25,000.
The program included a certain amount of consulting hours, a service of importing from China , a service of writing a product listing on Amazon and uploading the product to Amazon FBA. He offered this program through his company FBA importer that was later changed to Aok Products.
After a few consulting hours he stopped answering emails or phone calls. Needless to say he did not provide the full service he promised. He ended up with lawsuits and scam complaints online.
Despite the complaints, abuse reports on Udemy and lawsuits, he published a new announcement on Udemy and his Facebook group.
"Yes, you heard me right, free consulting". Free Free Free...
This time, he cut off contact as soon as he got paid.
After more and more abuse reports, Udemy finally banned his account and removed his courses from their catalog.
Tip: If it sounds too good to be true, then IT IS too good to be true
Notice: He uses his personal email (gmail.com), not a domain-based email. Why? Because he doesn't own any
During 2018, Anthony tried to develop new revenue streams, having lost his major revenue source from Udemy.
He came up with a new course on this old and used topic of selling used books.
For a while, he offered a course named "sell used books on Amazon" for the incredible price of $995.
He used two different sub domains for selling this course: revenuemonsters.thinkific.com and anthony-monfet.thinkific.com. Both were soon shut down.
At the same time he tried a real estate business for a short period. He uploaded a new website: webuyhuntsvillehouses.com that have soon vanished, like all his other projects.