What was hilarious though was when I came to the testimonials. The first was supposedly a woman from Australia who had made a bunch of money. It had a picture of a woman holding up a bank note... a US bank note, not Australian currency. (Yes. I know. I'm easily amused.)
After my chuckling subsided, and I looked through the other photos to see any signs of fakeyness, it occured to me that all the good effort put into your marketing can be ruined by not paying attention to the details.
For my part, that product has lost all credibility. If the pictures are fake then how can I believe the testimonials are real? And if the testimonials are fake, how can I believe that the product does what it says it does?