First of all thank you for taking a moment to look at this thread, your input and advice is much appreciated.
Basically I have created a product that solves a pretty frustrating and time consuming process for a lot of people - getting a refund from a certain company (which in many cases can take months)
The product itself is simply a short email template which can be customized easily, and in more cases than not will make the company refund within a few days.
There is also a guide explaining what to do if the email doesn't work, this guide outlines various places to document all of your correspondence, these places include the finance management for the company who refuses to refund.
So if step one ( the email fails) then step 2 will literally force them to issue the refund via some pressure from their payment provider and some other sources.
Now the thing is... I have read almost everywhere that long sales pages are the way to go, however I personally don't think there is enough content to fill a massive sales page.
So given that these people are desperate for a refund, do you think a really short sales page, basically a squeeze page with a buy button rather than a opt in form will do the trick?
Any suggestions on what I should do would be much appreciated.