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.