That trust has dropped a notch.
The ad copy claims that he's going to reveal the secret of how he became a millionaire in Internet marketing and because he is now retired, he's willing to sell you his secrets for a mere $47.
If you close the window it drops to $27. If you close that window it drops to $17. If you close it again it drops to $7. So I figured I would try it at that cost.
It's not even worth $7.
All it does is send you to the main website where it has you read two very beginning guides to Internet marketing. It has a list of about 30 additional e-books that you could then read. In step three is a bunch of products you can supposedly resell but have really just been "bonus offered" out into oblivion for the past couple of years.
And here's the real kicker-they send you to a website called www myproductcenter dot com where you are supposed to be able to get a free website to market all this stuff. This is not true. This website has its own set of products that you can market and only a few of them are available to market for free. But then they make you buy a $67 "submit to 250+ search engines" program to get the traffic you need.
So I'm supposed to believe that this guy is a retired millionaire by following this system?
I'm not even going to bother to ask for a refund because I'm not going to waste any more time on it. I've spent more time writing this review than I'm willing to spend any more on this product.
Last edited by smedsribaka on December 04, 2009 at 17:11 PM. Reason: forgot to put in the website name and removed another link