Easy Click Commissions

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  • Profile picture of the author keyconcepts
    I am skimming through the video now...wondering if anyone has any reviews myself. The guy in the video gets on my nerves just a bit.
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    • Profile picture of the author SlyMaven
      I got three emails from Philip Mansour that said I could grab a copy for free until 12 p.m. EST Monday.

      I listened to the whole video. There doesn't seem to be any way to download the software for free. What a waist of time. I'm going to unsubscribe from Philips list.

      Have a nice week everyone,
      R. C.
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      • Profile picture of the author tkboy101
        LOL!!! I loved this sales vid.

        All his phrases and sayings. I would totally buy it. On a budget though.

        Peace.

        Luke
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  • Profile picture of the author housewarrior
    Easy Click Commissions Film Review
    By J. Noble Housewarrior


    Hey,

    Finally, a *REAL* push button software and you can grab a copy for FREE!

    [1]This is ONLY AVAILABLE TILL 12PM EST ON MONDAY.

    Philip


    The cheapest I could find it was $39 (With only three copies left.) I have to confess that the video takes the Emmy or whatever they are giving out on the web these days. Slickest production I have ever seen. Pushes all the right buttons. Every single one of them. The actor (Mark Hardy) was superb! I know I'll hate myself for not pouncing on the offer. If you got it and are making $5000 a day with only 6 clicks, let us know. When it's gone it's gone!
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    • Profile picture of the author tkboy101
      Originally Posted by housewarrior View Post

      Easy Click Commissions Film Review
      By J. Noble Housewarrior


      Hey,

      Finally, a *REAL* push button software and you can grab a copy for FREE!

      [1]This is ONLY AVAILABLE TILL 12PM EST ON MONDAY.

      Philip


      The cheapest I could find it was $39 (With only three copies left.) I have to confess that the video takes the Emmy or whatever they are giving out on the web these days. Slickest production I have ever seen. Pushes all the right buttons. Every single one of them. The actor (Mark Hardy) was superb! I know I'll hate myself for not pouncing on the offer. If you got it and are making $5000 a day with only 6 clicks, let us know. When it's gone it's gone!
      Loved it.

      Deceptive as Phil may have been... I'll stay on his list. If I didn't know he was cool, I'd totally unsubscribe. But I actually think he's legit. Just like all of us, he's trying to make a living.

      Though I do think he's become somewhat lazy over the past few months. What with being able to send an email and make a few $k off it. I remember in a video he sent out to his list, he let us all know, "Look, I'm gonna promote everything. It's my business. It's what I do. You don't have to buy it. But if you don't like it, go ahead and unsubscribe. This is how I make a living."

      Of course, paraphrased. I still respect the guy though.

      Luke
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  • Profile picture of the author timber
    I would also like to know more about this product, so if anyone knows anything...

    I'm predicting it's nothing more than a wordpress kit with auto install plugins or something like that, nothing totally original.
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  • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
    WOW!!!!

    I just HAD to login to reply in this thread. Couldn't resist it. I really don't have the right words to describe what I just saw...

    Look, I barely ever post within this thread because I know it's for actual "reviews" and not just opinions, but on this one, I just FEEL like I gotta vent...

    BTW - I haven't bought the software. Just so you know.

    <begin venting>
    This is the type of video and sales pitch that makes me HATE, completely DESPISE this industry at times. GRRRR!!! :|

    This will get SO MANY DARN NEWBIES' money it makes me sad just thinking about it. I understand the game is "selling" and the video DOES hit all the right buttons a newbie wants to hear. Everything from how everything they've been told/taught until now is fake, to how THIS IS IT! THE ONE AND ONLY PIECE OF SOFTWARE THAT FINALLY CRACKED IT!

    C'mon... Seriously?... You'd think people would be fed up of this BS already! Lord knows I can't take it anymore! lol

    I don't want to "bad mouth" the product but try being less naive people... they don't even SHOW YOU IT in action or even tell you exactly HOW IT ACHIEVES all this "Black River" of traffic (chuckle)

    Also, and something that REALLY rubbed me the worst by watching this video... Dude says the way other "GooRoo's" show proof is 100% fake... Screenshots that can be easily manipulated/created from scratch by using Photoshop... Cool, most of us know that...

    But then the guy boasts about how HE will do what no one ever does and show you the only "100% legit" proof by using video... Which I'm not even 100% sure it's actual video lol but whatever...

    However, and this is the best part (lmfao - sorry, hard to keep it together) - HE SHOWS YOU MORE DAMN SCREENSHOTS JUST LIKE THE "GOOROOs" HE WAS TALKING $#!+ ABOUT!!! -- Oh, WAIT... HIS are 100% VERIFIED by a green stamp on each one of the pictures - It MUST be true then (LMFAO!) - GTFO with that weak-ass BS! :|

    I could go on and on about how the story he created was so unbelievable with the exception of the most gullible and desperate of people...

    An MIT programmer who just happens to know about the secret to getting BOATLOADS of traffic on auto-pilot? Really???? LOL

    If I was an MIT dropout with that type of knowledge I'd probably be able to do much better than live in a "dump" as it was referred... Maybe it's just me, though. (I'll admit, even with those types of commissions, I'd definitely still indulge in lots of pizza eating and Dr. Pepper drinking - never liked Mountain Dew all that much lol)

    I hope the mods here do not take this post off... Like I said, I never post in this thread, I'm just saying... To those who will inevitably be so desperate and impressed by those CRAZY $$$$$ shown in the video, please do your due diligence and wait for a proper review...

    Also, in all fairness... If it turns out someone like Jeremy Kelsall reviews the product and it is all o'dat then I'll be the first one in line to apologize for what the actor in the video calls "skepticism" lol...

    Jeremy, PLEASE consider that request

    </end venting> Phew!
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    • Profile picture of the author jficarro
      Originally Posted by DR's Fynest View Post

      WOW!!!!


      This will get SO MANY DARN NEWBIES' money it makes me sad just thinking about it. I understand the game is "selling" and the video DOES hit all the right buttons a newbie wants to hear. Everything from how everything they've been told/taught until now is fake, to how THIS IS IT! [B]THE ONE AND ONLY PIECE OF SOFTWARE THAT FINALLY CRACKED IT!
      Newbies my butt! There's plenty of IDIOTS that have been around since the beginning!!!!!!!!

      When will I ever learn THERE IS NO PUSH BUTTON MAGIC GET RICH ANYTHING!!!!!


      Here's a review from an idiot that should know better by now. I was curious - whatever. Paid $49


      Rant begins here:

      First. Great sales video pitch.. I should copy it.

      So.. I do a search for the product and find a gazillion sites reviewing at the best thing ever (even though it wasn't even out yet). Of course all of these were affiliate sites.

      Even knowing better, I decided to bite.

      4 upsells later, looping and looping and "wait" click here for a special offer, etc. all the way down to a dollar (which likely came with a delayed $199 payment or recurring) UGGGGGHHH!!!!!!!!

      Finally sent the help desk asking where the heck is the software. Are you mailing it... all i see is upsells.

      They did respond rather quickly and sent me a download link with the wrong email address (no problem - simple mistake)

      I spent the time to go through the "modules" (videos that were part continued sales pitches and part explaining what to do)

      Downloaded and installed the software.

      Ok... bit disappointed at this point, cause I'm not a newbie and this is nothing new, but promises to automate some things for ya.

      Ok, it's only $50, I'll give it a try.

      Last step - fails! Try again with another affiliate product... Last step fails!

      Send email saying "what's up"? and giving a screen shot of the failed process.

      No response.

      Requested refund.


      NOW. Let me tell you what it is.

      1.You pick a product (like from clickbank) that has high gravity.
      2.You enter the main keyword into the sofware. It searches for related keywords (obviously using the google keyword finder behind the scene.
      3. You pick one of the keywords and the software finds articles related to it
      4. You pick one or all of the articles and the software spins them. (not too well either, but no software really does that good of a job spinning - imo)
      5. You have a chance to edit the article(s) and fix them (quirky)
      6. You fill out the keywords, general subject, and author box.
      7. The software submits the articles to 10 article sites (the part that didn't work)

      The worst part of the whole thing is the article sites it "tried" to submit it too. Like the article of fibroids (a tumor) was attempting to submit so some crappy blog that had been thrown together like yesterday about AMERICAN HISTORY???????????????????

      The blog hasn't even been indexed by Google let alone have PR. wtf?


      You folks that are experienced know that the fundamentals that the software is trying to achieve are ok. But, I think you could do it without the software at the exact same speed. And as far as submitting the articles... There are plenty of good programs out there that can be used to submit to hundreds and hundreds of article directories (good ones - not crappy brand new blogs).

      Anyway. Sorry for the length of my post, but I'm pissed (mostly at myself) and I am warning you guys. No matter how good the pitch is.... it's pretty simple to make money online, but it doesn't happen by pushing a button (or 6).
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      • Profile picture of the author housewarrior
        That was a heck of an epistle there jficarro. You did us proud with your excellent words.

        Yes, we should know better, because we all mostly know how the scams work by now, but we always manage to go see the elephant in the end. If not this one, then another on another day. You are not alone. Oh my no.

        What P. Mansour did was to put the candy in front us at the checkout counter right at store closing time. (Yes you did P. Mansour. I know you are lurking about. You may or may not have been directly involved, but you did send me the mail.)

        A curiosity... I would love to know, after all is said and done...that being, the time and money it took with the extraordinarily masterly written ad copy, Oscar award winning sales delivery by Andy Hardy, studio time, whatever, and eventually the returns...Did whoever or whoevers actually make a profit on this scam? If so, was the ROI worth the time and $$ they put into it?
        Norm
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        • Profile picture of the author jficarro
          Originally Posted by housewarrior View Post

          That was a heck of an epistle there jficarro. You did us proud with your excellent words.

          Yes, we should know better, because we all mostly know how the scams work by now, but we always manage to go see the elephant in the end. If not this one, then another on another day. You are not alone. Oh my no.

          What P. Mansour did was to put the candy in front us at the checkout counter right at store closing time. (Yes you did P. Mansour. I know you are lurking about. You may or may not have been directly involved, but you did send me the mail.)

          A curiosity... I would love to know, after all is said and done...that being, the time and money it took with the extraordinarily masterly written ad copy, Oscar award winning sales delivery by Andy Hardy, studio time, whatever, and eventually the returns...Did whoever or whoevers actually make a profit on this scam? If so, was the ROI worth the time and $$ they put into it?
          Norm
          My bet is they made a fortune. Do a quick google search and see the hundreds of affiliates. And most people either get too busy, too frustrated, too technically challenged, or are too embarrassed to ask for a refund.

          Add into that the multiple upsells and I can pretty much guarantee the guy made a ton of money.

          Shame is... it's one more black mark on an industry I count on for a living - and just made a few thousand (or more) potential customers just that more jaded and suspicious.

          Remember back in early 2000? You could pretty much set up a few websites and make a living? Getting more and more difficult, especially for those that are just starting.

          I still love my business. But, stuff like this makes it harder for everyone.
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    • Profile picture of the author omk
      Next to the "stripped down profits" product, this is my fav so far. Of course for very different reasons. I like the production on this and I also like the one liners that this guy delivers. His delivery and lines are perfect! We can't hate on this video or product, since it hasn't been proven that this is a scam. The copywriting is top notch as well. But who knows? Maybe this is a legit product that will not scam newbies, lol.
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      • Profile picture of the author jficarro
        Originally Posted by omk View Post

        Next to the "stripped down profits" product, this is my fav so far. Of course for very different reasons. I like the production on this and I also like the one liners that this guy delivers. His delivery and lines are perfect! We can't hate on this video or product, since it hasn't been proven that this is a scam. The copywriting is top notch as well. But who knows? Maybe this is a legit product that will not scam newbies, lol.
        HELLO???????????? wake up. Read my post!

        IT'S a FREEKEN RIP OFF
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  • Profile picture of the author John Reed
    Ever heard the saying "He's all mouth and trousers"?

    This is a prime example - thank goodness it was possible to skip bits, I would have switched off after a few minutes anyway!!

    Starts off having one thinking it might be for real, then degenerates into more of the same old crap squared!

    I refuse to watch any more of these and am again having a stint at unsubscribing from those that sent me this rubbish.

    Sorry, this post isn't from a buyer, and may be deleted, but if we can't comment here just what are we to do but simmer and build up an unhealthy head of steam!!?? haha

    Consider this a No-No ..... UNLESS someone like Jeremy does buy it and to everyone's amazement comes back with a thumbs up!!!! I would fall off my chair!

    John

    PS: Happy Easter to all..............(except this "Actor"?)
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    • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
      John,

      Phew! I thought I was the only one who was this "heated" by that sales pitch.

      I just don't understand how people can DO this type of thing and keep getting away with it.

      One time... Okay, so it slipped through
      Twice... Something shady is going on
      Three times????... One might start to actually believe that these launches are just a hit and runaway with as much newbie/blind shopper money as you can
      Four ti... Wait, what!? You're STILL falling for this type of ish!? You're better off handling all of your hard-earned money to a bum on the streets and hopefully HE'll put it to better use

      I don't understand why this pitch got me so hated. Seriously. I just don't understand why things like these are allowed.

      Oh and btw, where is the disclaimer in the video?? Doesn't he need one?? - I bet you if he doesn't then it's probably due to some BS legality or whatever. That's BULLCRAP!

      I remember when I was unaware of all this "IM" stuff about a year and a half ago. All those stories I heard about scams on the internet and stuff and I never really "understood" how people were being scammed. Hmm... what an eye opener.

      For sake of keeping the post up here: I'm not saying the PRODUCT DOESN'T WORK!!! I haven't bought it... But if it looks, fishy and smells like a fish... It must at least have scales? lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Jatt The Ripper
    Anyone else notice this:

    He showed an income of $272,000 in March 2011

    Then later he shows the first time he installed the software his account went from zero to a few hundred dollars and that was in April!! (and it couldn't have been April last year, it was Tuesday the 12th) . .

    . . . Alarm Bells . .
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    • Profile picture of the author forest1
      Im quite shocked that this still goes on with all the tight advertisings laws etc, it needs to be stoped as you say we were all newbies once and probably would have bought it and been very disapointed.

      If anyone does find a secret tool to make 200k do share it, especially if its only 6 clicks
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  • Profile picture of the author Azlan.MY
    Actually, this product is created by Paul Liburd, Antonio and Mark. I don't trust these guys. Both Paul and Antonio were behind Auto Click Profits and Auto Traffic Monopoly - two of the worst products on Clickbank. This time, they are using Plimus, instead of CB, probably because CB will ban the publisher if the refund rate is too high.
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    • Profile picture of the author psresearch
      Originally Posted by Azlan.MY View Post

      Actually, this product is created by Paul Liburd, Antonio and Mark. I don't trust these guys. Both Paul and Antonio were behind Auto Click Profits and Auto Traffic Monopoly - two of the worst products on Clickbank. This time, they are using Plimus, instead of CB, probably because CB will ban the publisher if the refund rate is too high.
      Yeh, I noticed something was up when I saw that AutoTrafficMonopoly using the same analytics code as EasyClickCommissions. I did a (hopefully) humorous video about it:

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      • Profile picture of the author gregw2
        Nice video Paul.

        It is easy to judge and more difficult to be judged, especially by ones peers.

        When we get so spread out, and diversified that we no longer control our own advertising we have to trust in our employees and counterparts. This is when we have lost control and need to be reminded that some of the things or products, or people that we are representing are not completely forthright.

        This is much easier to happen as your marketing platform grows to a base that is no longer controllable by a centralized team of people and has to be broadened.

        We also need to understand that this is a truism of marketing and that we should not be so quick to judge others.

        Rather, we should take the moment of our own reflection and think "there but for the grace of God go I", and try to point out to the marketer what we find to be in distaste.

        It is very easy to allow others to take over some of our duties (chores) when we feel overwhelmed and, or, no longer able to complete all of the tasks that we desire.

        And..., many times these people may have entirely different views and means than what we want to project.

        What is most important is that anyone that is suffering from this kind of enigma is that we should let them know and make them aware so they have the opportunity to correct it.

        If they ignore the help that we offer then they may lose, and in the final analysis we all lose.

        The Internet marketing platform is dealt another blow that is barely recoverable, because another group of people have lost our trust.

        If we do not make an effort to inform our mentors and fellow marketers of what we dislike about what they are portraying and representing, then we should remain silent and sew our mouths shut, like some of the Indians of Southern Mexico.

        No one can learn, if no one gives lessons, or gives out the reasons for the mistakes that they have made.
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        • Profile picture of the author jficarro
          Originally Posted by gregw2 View Post

          Nice video Paul.

          It is easy to judge and more difficult to be judged, especially by ones peers.

          When we get so spread out, and diversified that we no longer control our own advertising we have to trust in our employees and counterparts. This is when we have lost control and need to be reminded that some of the things or products, or people that we are representing are not completely forthright.

          This is much easier to happen as your marketing platform grows to a base that is no longer controllable by a centralized team of people and has to be broadened.

          We also need to understand that this is a truism of marketing and that we should not be so quick to judge others.

          Rather, we should take the moment of our own reflection and think "there but for the grace of God go I", and try to point out to the marketer what we find to be in distaste.

          It is very easy to allow others to take over some of our duties (chores) when we feel overwhelmed and, or, no longer able to complete all of the tasks that we desire.

          And..., many times these people may have entirely different views and means than what we want to project.

          What is most important is that anyone that is suffering from this kind of enigma is that we should let them know and make them aware so they have the opportunity to correct it.

          If they ignore the help that we offer then they may lose, and in the final analysis we all lose.

          The Internet marketing platform is dealt another blow that is barely recoverable, because another group of people have lost our trust.

          If we do not make an effort to inform our mentors and fellow marketers of what we dislike about what they are portraying and representing, then we should remain silent and sew our mouths shut, like some of the Indians of Southern Mexico.

          No one can learn, if no one gives lessons, or gives out the reasons for the mistakes that they have made.
          Sounds nice and has some truth to it, but this goes way beyond the "mistake" level and employee problems. This is simply B.S.

          Sorry, but that's what separates a great business from a mediocre or bad one.

          Yes, I've made some mistakes, hired the wrong people, lost clients or sales over it, etc. That's life.

          This promotion is beyond all that. It's a blatant scam.

          Like I said before, the fundamentals are sound, but the claims are outright LIES, the software has serious flaws (that even if they were fixed would still not make it a great product), and the work could be just as quickly done by hand (and with much better results)

          Sorry... this does not qualify for the ..."oops, my employee made a mistake" category.
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          • Profile picture of the author psresearch
            Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

            Sounds nice and has some truth to it, but this goes way beyond the "mistake" level and employee problems. This is simply B.S.

            Sorry, but that's what separates a great business from a mediocre or bad one.

            Yes, I've made some mistakes, hired the wrong people, lost clients or sales over it, etc. That's life.

            This promotion is beyond all that. It's a blatant scam.

            Like I said before, the fundamentals are sound, but the claims are outright LIES, the software has serious flaws (that even if they were fixed would still not make it a great product), and the work could be just as quickly done by hand (and with much better results)

            Sorry... this does not qualify for the ..."oops, my employee made a mistake" category.
            Definitely agree...this is a systemic problem having to do with what drives many JV "circles" these days combined with the attitude towards the customers of many if not most of the participants in those circles.
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            • Profile picture of the author dblgdee
              No push-button, you need 6 clicks
              I thought it was laid pretty thick in the video

              I am curious about the clickbank accounts??
              A disturbing trend in IM that appears to be on the rise.Giving the industry a poorer reputation
              Although there are misrepresentations in all other areas.
              The words that keep coming up are
              Discouraging, disingenuous, dishonest

              Products deserve to be dissed
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          • Profile picture of the author gregw2
            Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

            Sounds nice and has some truth to it, but this goes way beyond the "mistake" level and employee problems. This is simply B.S.

            Sorry, but that's what separates a great business from a mediocre or bad one.

            Yes, I've made some mistakes, hired the wrong people, lost clients or sales over it, etc. That's life.

            This promotion is beyond all that. It's a blatant scam.

            Like I said before, the fundamentals are sound, but the claims are outright LIES, the software has serious flaws (that even if they were fixed would still not make it a great product), and the work could be just as quickly done by hand (and with much better results)

            Sorry... this does not qualify for the ..."oops, my employee made a mistake" category.
            That is not exactly what I was saying.

            If you can not understand the difference between an affiliate product producer and an affiliate marketer then I think I may need to go back to the basics and learn a few things. Like explaining in detail to people that are supposed to already understand the difference, without having to explain in minute detail.

            I thought I was being clear. I guess I need to spell everything out in vowels and numbers.

            I know that this is a scam. But. There are marketers promoting it that do not know.

            They may know now, but not when they signed on.

            And sometimes there are marketers that believe that they have a product that does what they are told it does and see it in action and believe the results but when it is put out into the real test on multiple browsers, and after a few days the product does not work as it did originally, and they are not only left alone with a lame product, they are left with all of the rebates.

            If they are scammers then they will just shine it all on. If they are forthright then they will own up to their mistakes and make amends.

            In this case the product producers are questionable and have a history of products that are suspect or proven to be shoddy, if not outright scams.

            I would not have published this article by Billw on my site if I thought differently:Easy Click Commissions another Slick Sucker Alert | Raief
            And this was published on April 27th.

            If the link is removed then go to Raief and just type in Easy Click Commissions and it will come up.

            And..., the point is that we need to try to tell others about the products and why they are distasteful to us. If you have their email then send them a quick note and let them know. Then it is in their court, what they choose to do with your input.

            This could make a difference, and turn one marketer that is on the fence to one side or the better side.

            About two weeks ago I received an email form someone (P.) that I have known since 2004 and she recommended that I visit a site. I clicked the link and it was to M., someone that I had a few encounters with in 2007 and was left with a very toilet smell aftertaste in my mouth, after our last encounter.

            I wrote to P. and told her of my dislike for this fiendish, foul, marketer, and that I would not like any more emails promoting her.

            I have not heard anything back yet. But. I said my piece about this thief, disguised as a marketer.

            M., knows what I think about her and her products. I never hear from her either.

            And yes, I will help to bash her when her products surface. I have no scruples bashing people that are scamming others and know it and continue to do it with zeal. I just know that I cannot do it on this site. I had all of my prior (early) posts removed and myself and another marketer were banned for a week, due to naming names about a year ago.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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          Originally Posted by gregw2 View Post

          Nice video Paul.

          It is easy to judge and more difficult to be judged, especially by ones peers.

          When we get so spread out, and diversified that we no longer control our own advertising we have to trust in our employees and counterparts. This is when we have lost control and need to be reminded that some of the things or products, or people that we are representing are not completely forthright.

          This is much easier to happen as your marketing platform grows to a base that is no longer controllable by a centralized team of people and has to be broadened.

          We also need to understand that this is a truism of marketing and that we should not be so quick to judge others.

          Rather, we should take the moment of our own reflection and think "there but for the grace of God go I", and try to point out to the marketer what we find to be in distaste.

          It is very easy to allow others to take over some of our duties (chores) when we feel overwhelmed and, or, no longer able to complete all of the tasks that we desire.

          And..., many times these people may have entirely different views and means than what we want to project.

          What is most important is that anyone that is suffering from this kind of enigma is that we should let them know and make them aware so they have the opportunity to correct it.

          If they ignore the help that we offer then they may lose, and in the final analysis we all lose.

          The Internet marketing platform is dealt another blow that is barely recoverable, because another group of people have lost our trust.

          If we do not make an effort to inform our mentors and fellow marketers of what we dislike about what they are portraying and representing, then we should remain silent and sew our mouths shut, like some of the Indians of Southern Mexico.

          No one can learn, if no one gives lessons, or gives out the reasons for the mistakes that they have made.
          I've got a nice ocean front property in Arizona I'd like to sell, would you be interested by chance?
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          • Profile picture of the author gregw2
            Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

            I've got a nice ocean front property in Arizona I'd like to sell, would you be interested by chance?
            Then sell it.
            Since you have nothing better to do with yours or my time. Why waste it?
            What are you selling by the way?
            Anything? Or, anything of value? Take potshots at someone that is unknown to you?
            I do not know you and from your limited intelligence you are someone that I do not want to know.
            I published an article on Easy Click Commissions as a scam on my site Raief.com and you are welcome to read it if you can read and understand what you have read.
            What you and a few other self proclaimed (you put the word in) on this site have seemed to miss is that there is more to this message than your limited intelligence is allowing you to understand.

            Oh, I checked your link LMAO. I can fit what you know about SEO in one of my wife's shoes, and her feet are tiny.

            If you want to learn about SEO read a few articles on Raief. And I do not want or need your optin email either.

            Anyone that professes to know SEO, charges for it, and has a ranking of a new site or worse, is not only laughable, but qualifies as a scam in my book.

            Where do you sit in this? Lenney? In the Arizona surf? Or maybe in the scammer section of SEO products?

            And in case you need someone else to read this for you and interpret it, it says that if you know so much about SEO that you feel confident that you can charge people for your knowledge, why aren't you using it on your own site?

            The first thing I tell people that ask me about SEO sites is to check the age of the site, the ranking, and the composition. But mainly the traffic, and linking. If it is fantastic then they might (might) be worth checking out further. If they have lousy traffic and worse linking then run away, don't walk.

            And guess what, 99.999... % have crappy ranking. Why?

            Simple, they are scams that do not even know how to get their own site optimized and ranked, but still want to take the money from other people that believe in them and their lies.

            Now, maybe, you are one of those special few (one out of tens of thousands) that is really worthwhile, and your site has poor optimization because you spend all of your waking moments helping others to be optimized, and selling cheap ocean front property in AZ on the side, as an incentive and to pay the bills.

            Oh, I already have some property in AZ, outside of Prescott. It is a mining claim. I don't much like the ocean other than to visit. I really do not want to live nearby an ocean, volcano, fault line, or where there are active tornadoes and hurricanes. It kind of limits my choices doesn't it?
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            • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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              Originally Posted by gregw2 View Post

              Then sell it.
              Since you have nothing better to do with yours or my time. Why waste it?
              What are you selling by the way?
              Anything? Or, anything of value? Take potshots at someone that is unknown to you?
              I do not know you and from your limited intelligence you are someone that I do not want to know.
              I published an article on Easy Click Commissions as a scam on my site Raief.com and you are welcome to read it if you can read and understand what you have read.
              What you and a few other self proclaimed (you put the word in) on this site have seemed to miss is that there is more to this message than your limited intelligence is allowing you to understand.

              Oh, I checked your link LMAO. I can fit what you know about SEO in one of my wife's shoes, and her feet are tiny.

              If you want to learn about SEO read a few articles on Raief. And I do not want or need your optin email either.

              Anyone that professes to know SEO, charges for it, and has a ranking of a new site or worse, is not only laughable, but qualifies as a scam in my book.

              Where do you sit in this? Lenney? In the Arizona surf? Or maybe in the scammer section of SEO products?

              And in case you need someone else to read this for you and interpret it, it says that if you know so much about SEO that you feel confident that you can charge people for your knowledge, why aren't you using it on your own site?

              The first thing I tell people that ask me about SEO sites is to check the age of the site, the ranking, and the composition. But mainly the traffic, and linking. If it is fantastic then they might (might) be worth checking out further. If they have lousy traffic and worse linking then run away, don't walk.

              And guess what, 99.999... % have crappy ranking. Why?

              Simple, they are scams that do not even know how to get their own site optimized and ranked, but still want to take the money from other people that believe in them and their lies.

              Now, maybe, you are one of those special few (one out of tens of thousands) that is really worthwhile, and your site has poor optimization because you spend all of your waking moments helping others to be optimized, and selling cheap ocean front property in AZ on the side, as an incentive and to pay the bills.

              Oh, I already have some property in AZ, outside of Prescott. It is a mining claim. I don't much like the ocean other than to visit. I really do not want to live nearby an ocean, volcano, fault line, or where there are active tornadoes and hurricanes. It kind of limits my choices doesn't it?
              Funny how you reported me for my sarcastic response to your post, then you proceed to insult me yourself? My site is not made for any other reason than to be an online calling card. It's a place I can throw up links and recommend products I like, and I haven't spent more than a few hours on it since building it last year.

              I happen to work for one of the largest SEO Companies in the US. I head up the local seo division, video SEO & I'm working on other projects as well that would have your brain spinning.

              Thanks for the infraction, I threw one back at you for good measure.

              Hugs and kisses,

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              • Profile picture of the author gregw2
                Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

                Funny how you reported me for my sarcastic response to your post, then you proceed to insult me yourself? My site is not made for any other reason than to be an online calling card. It's a place I can throw up links and recommend products I like, and I haven't spent more than a few hours on it since building it last year.

                I happen to work for one of the largest SEO Companies in the US. I head up the local seo division, video SEO & I'm working on other projects as well that would have your brain spinning.

                Thanks for the infraction, I threw one back at you for good measure.

                Hugs and kisses,

                Jeff

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                For you sir, I only have two words and they are both distasteful.

                You were very quick to judge me and make a disparaging remark, without any analysis and without any knowledge of me. This reveals your character, and it is not a pleasant revelation.

                I would not hire you to mow my lawn, let alone trust you to run an SEO campaign, based upon your attitude toward others.

                Like I said before. I have a strong distrust for SEO peddlers, because 99.999% do not know what they are doing and try their hardest to convince others that they do.

                But what this amounts to is your personal words and behavior. I get defensive when others attack me from their own stupidity and lack of qualified judgement. And I very much doubt that anything that you could do, or will do, will ever make my head spin.

                Like I said before this is about Easy Click Commissions. And several commentators have brought up the issue of the Affiliates' characters that are marketing this questionable product, many whom are well known.

                I was not defending them, but I was revealing how easily it can happen to some people, especially if they are trusting in their nature.

                There are many Affiliates that have the attitude of "if the public is stupid enough to believe everything that they read and hear then they deserve to get scammed", and then there are others that believe that this is wrong, that the products should always produce the results that they claim to, and then there are those Affiliates that are just plain lazy, too busy, or not thorough in their investigations.

                There may be a valid excuse but if they are made aware of the poor quality of the product in question then they should cease to market it, and if no one takes the initiative to point the quality of the product out to them then they are not doing anymore than complaining and attacking the character of the Affiliate in question, without at least making an effort to let the Affiliate know.

                If I receive an email from a marketer that I know, for a product that I know is a scam, I send them an email and let them know. If they continue to send me emails for this product or others that are scams I remove myself from their list, but I at least let them know why, so they have the opportunity to make a choice to continue to market in this vein or not.

                Maybe my little effort only makes a tiny ripple but at least I made the effort, rather than just disparaging the marketer to others, and if more people did this it could make a difference, but I am probably wasting my time trying to explain this to you since you never understood, or really read, anything that I wrote before, and you probably do not even care.
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                • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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                  Originally Posted by gregw2 View Post

                  For you sir, I only have two words and they are both distasteful.

                  You were very quick to judge me and make a disparaging remark, without any analysis and without any knowledge of me. This reveals your character, and it is not a pleasant revelation.

                  I would not hire you to mow my lawn, let alone trust you to run an SEO campaign, based upon your attitude toward others.

                  Like I said before. I have a strong distrust for SEO peddlers, because 99.999% do not know what they are doing and try their hardest to convince others that they do.

                  But what this amounts to is your personal words and behavior. I get defensive when others attack me from their own stupidity and lack of qualified judgement. And I very much doubt that anything that you could do, or will do, will ever make my head spin.

                  Like I said before this is about Easy Click Commissions. And several commentators have brought up the issue of the Affiliates' characters that are marketing this questionable product, many whom are well known.

                  I was not defending them, but I was revealing how easily it can happen to some people, especially if they are trusting in their nature.

                  There are many Affiliates that have the attitude of "if the public is stupid enough to believe everything that they read and hear then they deserve to get scammed", and then there are others that believe that this is wrong, that the products should always produce the results that they claim to, and then there are those Affiliates that are just plain lazy, too busy, or not thorough in their investigations.

                  There may be a valid excuse but if they are made aware of the poor quality of the product in question then they should cease to market it, and if no one takes the initiative to point the quality of the product out to them then they are not doing anymore than complaining and attacking the character of the Affiliate in question, without at least making an effort to let the Affiliate know.

                  If I receive an email from a marketer that I know, for a product that I know is a scam, I send them an email and let them know. If they continue to send me emails for this product or others that are scams I remove myself from their list, but I at least let them know why, so they have the opportunity to make a choice to continue to market in this vein or not.

                  Maybe my little effort only makes a tiny ripple but at least I made the effort, rather than just disparaging the marketer to others, and if more people did this it could make a difference, but I am probably wasting my time trying to explain this to you since you never understood, or really read, anything that I wrote before, and you probably do not even care.


                  *Sigh* Does your wife ever accuse you of being on your period? Seriously ,you take things WAYYYYYY too seriously. I'm surprised you have any social interaction outside of the internet....wait, do you?

                  My 'being quick to judge you' was one comment, based on the observation (by myself and others) that you seemed willing to give 'easy click commissions' a try despite the rest of us pointing out it's 'not so honest' sales methods and content. Whether or not that IS the case, that was my understanding of your earlier comment.

                  Nobody is mad at you for 'being honest and being a defender of the truth' or whatever you said - people are getting annoyed with you because of your constant negative attitude and your constant insults. My guess is that's what got you banned the first time from WF as well. Try laying off of the tigers blood supplements, you might have less rage issues.

                  Anybody else would have laughed that off, explained themselves MORE THOROUGHLY and been merrily on their way. You, on the other hand, went on a reporting spree because your original statement on your stance was NOT clear and your feelings were hurt.

                  Had you have taken a moment to watch my video on page 1 (or 2?) of this thread regarding this product, you'd see that I'm calling it an outright scam TOO and we're on the same side. But alas, that's too easy, so why not jump to conclusions and accuse me of being a scammer myself? That seems easier anyways, right?

                  My advice to you, take two steps back and try not to take life so seriously and get offended at the slightest disagreement or objection to your statements. Also, quit friggin writing college length essays for every response you make on here, it doesn't make you appear smarter than anybody else.

                  If you're ever in southern California, i'd love to settle this over a pint of Guiness - you seriously do need to quit taking everything so seriously.
                  Jeff
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  • Profile picture of the author alistair
    I don't know if this makes a difference but right up until a few days before launch they changed from using Clickbank to Plimus.

    I know Clickbank have been cleaning up their act recently with regards to these type of products and just wondered if this was why they changed.

    Apparently though it's because Plimus convert way better than if they were using Clickbank.
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    • Profile picture of the author techservice
      Very good sales pitch; just feel sorry for the desperate people who will be hoping that "this is it". But saying that I did learn quite a bit from the crappy software I have brought in the last 6 months.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kim S
    I usually don`t reply on these article review posts since the WF has saved me alot of money I would normally have bought but boy, I have to say this one takes the cake! He tells us all about how everyone else is trying to scam us but if we don`t believe him get lost! And now the price is up to $49 and still don`t know what it is.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lucidboomer
      Originally Posted by Kim S View Post

      I usually don`t reply on these article review posts since the WF has saved me alot of money I would normally have bought but boy, I have to say this one takes the cake! He tells us all about how everyone else is trying to scam us but if we don`t believe him get lost! And now the price is up to $49 and still don`t know what it is.
      Here's a little post event follow up. You were bang on Kim. This is is one of the type that gives them all a bad name. I was going through my old notes today doing some Sunday clean up. I ran into my not captures from this purchase. I buy a lot of this stuff to test for my clients. I refunded this within hours. And I can tell you - that PROCESS was painful! My notes say that the guy's name was "Mark". He had 11 up-sells on his site! I captured them all. What a joke!

      Whoever this group is, they managed to even wipe themselves off the "wayback machine"! The site is gone, and so is the product. I have emails of how difficult a time I had getting logged on.

      Overall, this was a major "grease slick". I think the market is burning out from these idiots and their stupid launches.
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    • Profile picture of the author housewarrior
      Thank you the-CPA-guy. I checked back in today to find the one who went to see the elephant. No disrespect intended. I almost did it myself out of pure curiosity. Now we know. An arkle spinner imbued with fairy dust. Who woulda thunk it?

      I gotta hand it to P. Mansour. He straddles the mountaintop of a certain type of marketeer... And for full disclosure, yep, I have some of his early stuff right here on my computer. It's crap quality, but he taught me the fundamentals of high roller banner advertising. He also gave me some valuable insights into his marketing methods. I never went back to that well.

      I'd bet more folks here on the WF than would care to admit have been to see the elephant with P. Mansour at one time or the other. He has surely set the bar for a certain type of marketer very high indeed.
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        • Profile picture of the author gregw2
          Originally Posted by aclacy View Post

          Anyone know what the black river is?

          Sounds a bit sus to me!
          The "black river" is supposed to represent the traffic that is free for plucking, by using this article spinner and submission software. Traffic that is searching for topics that are not being addressed by others, with little competition (keyword optimized).

          If you need an article spinner and submission software then you are already marketing. Many newbies would have a difficult time finding use for this.

          And we all know that there are at least 10 free article spinners and 5 free submitters online that work satisfactorily.

          In fact, there is one that is free that I have that is better than any paid version I have tried, but alas, it is no longer available for download.
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      • Profile picture of the author TimNesbitt
        I am not saying that I would recommend this product because I wouldn't at least not without warning my list that they are not going to make thousands with it.

        But article marketing is very very effective especially when it comes to a newbie making some money early on so it is not necessarily a bad investment as far as that is concerned. However once again I have not recommended it to my list and I don't plan on it.

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        • Profile picture of the author Jim Wallace
          My plan is to unsubscribe from the lists of anyone who sends me this type of offer. That's what I just did, I removed myself from the lists of all the "gurus" who told me how great this was.

          Let integrity shine through...

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    • Profile picture of the author camrodri
      Originally Posted by the-CPA-guy View Post

      A shi&*% article spinner and submitter. Thats it. Oh yes, I have bought it.Now going to refund.
      Well i´ve sayw the video, but if you already bought it and you say that this software is just an article spinner and submitter, well, i´m not sure to buy this software now, it looks like a scam now.
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        • Profile picture of the author David McKee
          Originally Posted by misty2000 View Post

          Wow! This guy does not mince his words!

          I thought my comment was harsh - well, all I can say was "I knew it!" You just don't push a button and make money unless you are playing lotto or are involved in some other criminal enterprise (which I think could probably be said about this product considering what the author of the above discovered!).

          If the guy had put as much time and effort into his product that he put into the scammy videos and JV partners, he may have actually created something worthwhile.

          The bit that really gets me is that this product was highly recommended by "Anik Singal"- I have deleted all of my emails from him as it appears he does not actually review the products he JV's and I don't play that.

          Affiliate marketing is a simple concept, but it is hard work, and there is no push button for that, at least not for successful, long term affiliate marketing.

          My opinion of course, formed from years of experience... YMMV.

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          • Profile picture of the author hmigroupllc
            Originally Posted by David McKee View Post



            The bit that really gets me is that this product was highly recommended by "Anik Singal"- I have deleted all of my emails from him as it appears he does not actually review the products he JV's and I don't play that.



            My opinion of course, formed from years of experience... YMMV.

            -DTM
            I don't usually defend other marketers, however, I've done business with Anik and never had a problem. In fact his service has been very good, and dependable. I'm surprised if he sent an affiliate offer for this. I'm on his list, and never saw that. But I'm sure he has many lists.
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            • Profile picture of the author David McKee
              Originally Posted by hmigroupllc View Post

              I don't usually defend other marketers, however, I've done business with Anik and never had a problem. In fact his service has been very good, and dependable. I'm surprised if he sent an affiliate offer for this. I'm on his list, and never saw that. But I'm sure he has many lists.
              Well, perhaps you're right and I jumped the gun - but the fact is, this has not been the only product of this type that I have gotten from Anik's list. He may be a great guy, but he is not vetting these products, and it is his name on it.

              It was his list from which I watched the video and then came straight to WF to see if anyone else knew the product...as I was fairly suspicious about it.
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            • Profile picture of the author Tommy McLaughlin
              Originally Posted by hmigroupllc View Post

              I don't usually defend other marketers, however, I've done business with Anik and never had a problem. In fact his service has been very good, and dependable. I'm surprised if he sent an affiliate offer for this. I'm on his list, and never saw that. But I'm sure he has many lists.

              Anik sent it to his JV Affiliates list ......

              I reviewed it at the time and body swerved it ......

              The product being removed from Clickbank and new payment processor said 'beware'

              The fact that the initial squeeze page said enter name etc for 'free' software only to be directed to the slick sales video and asked to enter a raffle to maybe win a copy said it all about ethics and play on words

              In the UK we are also regulated by ASA - Advertising Standards Authority who I have no doubts would want to speak to Mr Mark Hardy .....

              Sorry that so many people may have been burned by this pile of poop

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          • Profile picture of the author jficarro
            Originally Posted by David McKee View Post

            The bit that really gets me is that this product was highly recommended by "Anik Singal"- I have deleted all of my emails from him as it appears he does not actually review the products he JV's and I don't play that.
            He's not the only one. Seems like all the so called guru's are pushing more and more junk without even thinking or checking out the products. Even a few that I really like.

            What they should realize (common business sense) is that once they do this, they loose all credibility with what i consider the most important demographic - the people that already know you.

            I say... unsubscribe to ALL of them.

            Oh... and then subscribe to me
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            • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
              Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

              He's not the only one. Seems like all the so called guru's are pushing more and more junk without even thinking or checking out the products. Even a few that I really like.

              What they should realize (common business sense) is that once they do this, they loose all credibility with what i consider the most important demographic - the people that already know you.

              I say... unsubscribe to ALL of them.

              Oh... and then subscribe to me
              Lol.

              What's messed up is that just like you mentioned before, this really hurts the industry more and more. It just keeps creating more and more skepticism.

              I'm not on any real guru's list. I have unsubscribed from about 98% of the lists I was on a couple of months ago. I didn't receive 1 email promoting this. What a great feeling lol
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            • Profile picture of the author Marian
              Originally Posted by jficarro View Post


              I say... unsubscribe to ALL of them.
              Here's the list that will help you with that: Easy Click Commissions JV Private Invitation

              What really makes me sad is that the guys don't test the products BEFORE recommending them. I know they're busy but that is not an apology.

              And I'm not even talking about the software itself - it makes NO SENSE to sell something that DOESN'T WORK!

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              • Profile picture of the author David McKee
                Originally Posted by Marian View Post

                Here's the list that will help you with that: Easy Click Commissions JV Private Invitation

                What really makes me sad is that the guys don't test the products BEFORE recommending them. I know they're busy but that is not an apology.

                And I'm not even talking about the software itself - it makes NO SENSE to sell something that DOESN'T WORK!

                Marian
                Unbelievable! Top guys on this list! I wonder if all of them actually approved of their names being on this list.

                Of course the Lamborghini as a "prize" (yeah, I'll bet. forgot to mention that it has no engine, just like the crappy software).

                This marketer is definitely in the running for douche-bag marketer of the year...
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                • Profile picture of the author jficarro
                  Originally Posted by David McKee View Post

                  Of course the Lamborghini as a "prize" (yeah, I'll bet. forgot to mention that it has no engine, just like the crappy software).
                  Wait! A Lamborghini? I thought they were only selling the product to 227 people??? $49 x 227 / .50 = Lamborghini???? hmmmmmmm

                  Are you trying to tell me they lied about that too? :rolleyes:
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                  • Profile picture of the author QuickSurf
                    Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

                    Wait! A Lamborghini? I thought they were only selling the product to 227 people??? $49 x 227 / .50 = Lamborghini???? hmmmmmmm

                    Are you trying to tell me they lied about that too? :rolleyes:
                    That was a dead giveaway.... they're only a couple hundred thousand short LOL
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                • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
                  Originally Posted by David McKee View Post

                  Unbelievable! Top guys on this list! I wonder if all of them actually approved of their names being on this list.

                  Of course the Lamborghini as a "prize" (yeah, I'll bet. forgot to mention that it has no engine, just like the crappy software).

                  This marketer is definitely in the running for douche-bag marketer of the year...
                  :p

                  And I'd say this guy is definitely one of the top 3 finalists for that much coveted award you mention lol.

                  Regarding the list of big name affiliates promoting this, I too asked myself "could it be they just started listing names at random?" I doubt it though because couldn't this bring them like serious trouble for slander or something like that if the actual marketer were to find out? Legitimate question by the way.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
                    Originally Posted by DR's Fynest View Post

                    Regarding the list of big name affiliates promoting this, I too asked myself "could it be they just started listing names at random?" I doubt it though because couldn't this bring them like serious trouble for slander or something like that if the actual marketer were to find out? Legitimate question by the way.
                    The sad truth is that the "big guys" that many have grown to look up to as mentors and "good guys" WILL and DO mail some serious TRASH so that they can in turn get their stuff mailed.

                    Long gone are the days where you can take a recommendation and run with it just because of who is making the recommendation.
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                    • Profile picture of the author jficarro
                      Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

                      The sad truth is that the "big guys" that many have grown to look up to as mentors and "good guys" WILL and DO mail some serious TRASH so that they can in turn get their stuff mailed.

                      Long gone are the days where you can take a recommendation and run with it just because of who is making the recommendation.
                      It really is a shame. There's a guy on here (or at least his assistant is) and they've hired me to do some of their technical stuff. I really like the guy - he's a "guru" and I certainly won't mention his name. And I'm on his list.

                      But then I noticed a trend of promotion after promotion of CRAP products that you know the guy isn't using.

                      So now I literally do no open his emails. Even though I like him as a person, I have lost respect for him as someone I would trust in matters of IM.

                      My advise: Treat this as a business. A REAL business. Your happy trusting customers are going to be your greatest asset, and you'll be able to keep up with the ever changing and evolving world of IM.
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                      • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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                        Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

                        It really is a shame. There's a guy on here (or at least his assistant is) and they've hired me to do some of their technical stuff. I really like the guy - he's a "guru" and I certainly won't mention his name. And I'm on his list.

                        But then I noticed a trend of promotion after promotion of CRAP products that you know the guy isn't using.

                        So now I literally do no open his emails. Even though I like him as a person, I have lost respect for him as someone I would trust in matters of IM.

                        My advise: Treat this as a business. A REAL business. Your happy trusting customers are going to be your greatest asset, and you'll be able to keep up with the ever changing and evolving world of IM.
                        *You're


                        SORRY!!!!!!!!!!
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                        • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
                          Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

                          *You're


                          SORRY!!!!!!!!!!
                          eljeffe77,

                          Actually, his use of your is correct in that sentence

                          He meant one's greatest asset are the happy, trusting customers. With this I agree 100%

                          However, I do not agree with what jficarro said about still liking the guy in his example as a person but not as an internet marketer.

                          Everyone has their own opinion of course, but if a person is one of those sleazy, lying scumbags who are just out to rip people off with no remorse... They could go to church every Sunday, donate to Cancer research, help an old lady across the street and I STILL wouldn't want to be associated or even like that person.

                          At times I think I may be too judgmental? However, I was raised with STRONG moral values and I just cannot understand how such people can sleep at night knowing how it is that they REALLY earn their money. Internet Marketer my a$$! - More like a straight up Internet Thief!
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                          • Profile picture of the author jficarro
                            Originally Posted by DR's Fynest View Post

                            eljeffe77,

                            Actually, his use of your is correct in that sentence

                            He meant one's greatest asset are the happy, trusting customers. With this I agree 100%

                            However, I do not agree with what jficarro said about still liking the guy in his example as a person but not as an internet marketer.

                            Everyone has their own opinion of course, but if a person is one of those sleazy, lying scumbags who are just out to rip people off with no remorse... They could go to church every Sunday, donate to Cancer research, help an old lady across the street and I STILL wouldn't want to be associated or even like that person.

                            At times I think I may be too judgmental? However, I was raised with STRONG moral values and I just cannot understand how such people can sleep at night knowing how it is that they REALLY earn their money. Internet Marketer my a$$! - More like a straight up Internet Thief!
                            You have an excellent point. But the person I am referring to isn't involved in this scam (to my knowledge). But I have noticed over the past year or so, that he's been promoting a bunch of affliate stuff that may or may not be garbage, but certainly is NOT how he made his money.

                            Part of IM is normally affiliate promotions. So, it's kind of a grey area for a big name guru to promote something that might be useful (isn't a rip off), but certainly is NOT what got them where they are. You know what I mean?

                            For me to promote a product, I like to be convinced that it's really a good product and will be useful to the people that trust me.
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                • Profile picture of the author psresearch
                  Originally Posted by David McKee View Post

                  Unbelievable! Top guys on this list! I wonder if all of them actually approved of their names being on this list.

                  Of course the Lamborghini as a "prize" (yeah, I'll bet. forgot to mention that it has no engine, just like the crappy software).

                  This marketer is definitely in the running for douche-bag marketer of the year...
                  Don't know - he has PLENTY of competition.
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          • Profile picture of the author BenML
            I bought "Easy Click Commissions" yesterday...and it took me about 10-minutes of watching their videos to realize I made a HUGE mistake...and about 30-minutes before I was absolutely nauseous about my purchase.

            I went thru their software...got their special "buyer" keyword suggestions...then I even got their suggested articles (yes, it's all about articles, article spinning, and article submission). I spun their articles and went to edit the result. I have to say, speaking personally here, article spinning is the most unapealing ideas ever invented...the results of a spun article make you wonder if the article was written by a person with cerebral palsy...and rarely have I been able to successfully submit a spun article to an article directory. If you have succeeded in this, I'd like to hear about it, honestly.

            Well, after trying to clean up their spun articles...and there was a lot of cleaning up to do...I went to submit them. Guess what? None of the submissions worked. There were 4 sites, and 2 of them said "Invalid Form" error, and the other 2 were "Site not found" (meaning the website was offline).

            So, after about 45-minutes of fruitless work, I had to shut the software down, and write a complaint email to their support staff. I asked them if they had tested their article submission component. Within about 20-minutes, a reply came back to me saying that their programmer is working out the bugs and expects to be done shortly.

            What??? Really??? Is that your answer??? Wait a minute, didn't the guy on the sales pitch video say that he makes $200,000 a month using this software??? Firstly, if he makes $200,000 a month, can't he spend a buck or two and hire a team of programmers to get this software finished NOW, before you sell it to other people? Secondly, if he's using software to make $200,000 a month, I'm pretty sure it isn't the software he sold me on...since it didn't work at all. It was fruitless, it was a complete loss.

            Sorry if I'm sounding a little edgy here...I think I'm just venting because of finding another piece of crap-ware on the net. It's no wonder that Google is terminating AdWords accounts, changing their algorithm, and ClickBank is cutting out programs. They ought to...they have a moral obligation to the community to get rid of scams like this one. Enough said.
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            • Profile picture of the author ronmojohny
              That's the trend right now to hire actors who are good at reading a script to convince you to buy a "push a button and get rich" product.. disgusting.
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            • Profile picture of the author jficarro
              Originally Posted by BenML View Post

              What??? Really??? Is that your answer??? Wait a minute, didn't the guy on the sales pitch video say that he makes $200,000 a month using this software??? Firstly, if he makes $200,000 a month, can't he spend a buck or two and hire a team of programmers to get this software finished NOW, before you sell it to other people? Secondly, if he's using software to make $200,000 a month, I'm pretty sure it isn't the software he sold me on...since it didn't work at all. It was fruitless, it was a complete loss.
              LOL Good point. I didn't even think of that. How has he made hundreds of thousands of dollars with software that doesn't even currently work?

              hhahaha. what a sucker I am.
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              • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
                Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

                LOL Good point. I didn't even think of that. How has he made hundreds of thousands of dollars with software that doesn't even currently work?

                hhahaha. what a sucker I am.
                Don't be silly!!! Did you think he would give you his OWN private copy of the software that DOES work?

                Plus, he doesn't need to pay programmers and stuff... He has a buddy who is an MIT dropout remember? LOL
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              • Profile picture of the author David McKee
                Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

                LOL Good point. I didn't even think of that. How has he made hundreds of thousands of dollars with software that doesn't even currently work?

                hhahaha. what a sucker I am.

                He makes $200,000 scamming new entries into the online business market because of their personal desperation due to the economic downturn. There is a word for people like that...

                Instead of using that word, I will say "Carrion Feeder".

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            • Profile picture of the author gregw2
              Originally Posted by BenML View Post

              I bought "Easy Click Commissions" yesterday...and it took me about 10-minutes of watching their videos to realize I made a HUGE mistake...and about 30-minutes before I was absolutely nauseous about my purchase.

              I went thru their software...got their special "buyer" keyword suggestions...then I even got their suggested articles (yes, it's all about articles, article spinning, and article submission). I spun their articles and went to edit the result. I have to say, speaking personally here, article spinning is the most unapealing ideas ever invented...the results of a spun article make you wonder if the article was written by a person with cerebral palsy...and rarely have I been able to successfully submit a spun article to an article directory. If you have succeeded in this, I'd like to hear about it, honestly.
              I have had success with article spinners, one in particular has always worked. It is not the typical spinner though. It is a spreadsheet setup and is not available for download anymore, sorry.

              I do have others on my computer that work. It just takes time to scour the Internet and find these jewels. They do exist. My advice is to check all of the free ones first and you will find a few that really do deliver. You will also find several that deliver crap and garbled nonsense.

              If you really want one that works to your specifications then you should consider hiring a programmer to build one for your own use. It is not that expensive. I would only pay them half upfront and the rest upon completion, a completed product that you are content with.

              I have several submission software products too, but they seem to always go out-of-date quite rapidly so I do manual submissions most of the time, and since I write under various pen names manual is the best (for me).

              Simply, yes, some article spinners are good and do create decent results, but most require some cleaning up, unless you are using one of the spreadsheet types.

              One thing I forgot to mention is that some very good results can be had by combining two spinners, but to do this requires a little more effort and time, but by doing this you can have more than 1000 original and error free articles.

              I should write an article on how to achieve this someday.
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          • Profile picture of the author dtmission
            The sales message was very convincing even if the revenues seemed to be excessive; I was tempted to try.

            I was lucky again to have the opportunity to read real people experiences.

            However messages like this should be seriously investigated by some authority because it is a serious fraud.
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          • Profile picture of the author devogolf
            Bought it 2 days ago and found out that when I submitted the articles 4 of the 7 sites were "down" and the other 3 failed to submit. Have asked for my money back...!!!
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          • Profile picture of the author morpheyous
            Hey Everyone, I was surely tempted but thanks to you all I have saved some money.

            I get sucked into these things all the time, so thank god for this forum to set you straight.
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          • Profile picture of the author techservice
            Thanks JFicarro for your posts. I think all of us know what were gonna get when we purchase this type of product. Stop beliving the EASY dream and get your products done, sites up, funnels perfected and traffic driven and after a few years hard work you can be living that dream.

            See you at the Top
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  • Profile picture of the author b.super13
    Sadly this will get into alot of newbies pockets. As if the software works, I don't know, I tend to stay away from these types of products. The best business model IMO is to build a list of subscribers and offer them your own products.

    The other business model that is awesome is to build niche websites that rank in Google. Start small and expand when you get the hang of it. No, $200 per month from 1 website is not that much, but what if you had 50 or 100 of them?

    Just replicate what works.

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  • Profile picture of the author HaRrY84
    Another fake BS affiliate marketing product....Will pray God right now for all these newbies who will fail into this BS....
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  • Profile picture of the author rickdearr
    I enjoyed the video, hits all the spots... I can't comment on the spinner, I did not partake based on what I've read here.
    Looks like Plimus is going to be the next one in line start the crackdown on product owners, if the refunds are high.
    It made me think of a service to offer...
    New launch for one of these comes out, 50 people pay $1 for a service to "buy it and try it" like the TV channels do... So staff member goes through the whole system and does everything it says to do, and documents results.

    Those who pay the $1 get the whole breakdown and special instructions for things that needed to be done differently to make it work. If it fails, out a buck but not the time to run down the rabbit hole...

    Comment if you thinks that's worth really thinking about and putting together a system to serve the community, heck if we do a small membership $1 month for 1000 folks we could basically buy one or two a month with upsells and report... hmmmm Just thinkin' out loud, I'd love feed back, I could be way off base, or on to something that could help.

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  • Profile picture of the author David McKee
    My first clue this was another push-button pile-o-crap was the usual "Click Bank Money" stats pic in the side bar. Then the fact that there is 3 (yes count them 3) "Exit Pops".

    I hate exit pops, but when someone piles on 3 of them, that is a HUGE red scam flag alert.

    Sure - I'll bet there is software, and sure it does the usual things: reads in the clickbank market feed, pumps out a canned website based on some template selections, barfs up some spun content... you know, the usual or some variant of that.

    The marketing itself is slick, but as has been said here, it is an empty bag. A real nice bag, but just some skittles down at the bottom.

    The biggest clue is "Push Button <fill in the blank>" there is no such thing, and anyone who has been doing this stuff long enough and actually making money knows that there is no such thing... (short of lotto).

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  • Profile picture of the author victorres
    I just finished watching the video and was almost going to buy it, but then I thought I would come here and see if their were any legit reviews from people who have bought it, but only one did and he said it was an article spinner of some kind.

    Glad I did my due diligence and read what other people had to say about this product.

    Hope everyone had a great Easter.
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  • Profile picture of the author RalphealJackson2
    This actualy reminds me of Phil latest product, as far as the sales video and the psycology that's been used to get people to make a purchase. It's very sad that their are people putting products out like this and selling false hope to people, but hey I guess to each is own. I myself wouldn't be able to sleep at night it I put out some of the things that these guys put out.

    On a good note, their are some very good course's available that actually works and can help almost anyone get results along with consistent action and dedication such as adsense 100k blueprint, Traffic Grab, and Bring the Fresh just to name a few.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrDoughBoy
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    Ok guys, I've been making some money with this. With the software? Hell no. I've making money money selling this whooptee piece of crap as an affiliate. Time to head for the hills before the refund hammers comes down on me.
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    • Profile picture of the author ASUService
      I did order just so I could see first hand what the whole thing was about and whether it was worth promoting to my clients.

      #1: No instant access; Plimus must first "approve" your order.

      #2: Two hours after ordering I received the following email:

      "Thank you for submitting your order for Easy Click Commissions-(HUGE 75% Discount, Only 126 Copies Left!) using Plimus.

      Unfortunately we are unable to approve your order at this time because of the following:

      Unfortunately we were unable to confirm your order by phone, if needed, please place it again with a number we can reach you at.

      We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, if you feel you are receiving this message in error, or if you wish to submit relevant information to your case, please contact us at: sales@plimus.com, otherwise no further action is required.

      Important: The credit card submitted will not be charged for this order."

      The number given during the order was correct. I never received the alleged "confirmation call".

      Whatta Crock! Glad my order wasn't processed and I'll never buy from anyone using Plimus in the future.

      BTW, the number of available packages changed from 126 to 122 to 123 to 126 and so on. Wonder if that's reflecting refunds?

      Hope this info is helpful to someone.
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      • Profile picture of the author DrFresh
        Originally Posted by ASUService View Post

        I did order just so I could see first hand what the whole thing was about and whether it was worth promoting to my clients.

        #1: No instant access; Plimus must first "approve" your order.

        #2: Two hours after ordering I received the following email:

        "Thank you for submitting your order for Easy Click Commissions-(HUGE 75% Discount, Only 126 Copies Left!) using Plimus.

        Unfortunately we are unable to approve your order at this time because of the following:

        Unfortunately we were unable to confirm your order by phone, if needed, please place it again with a number we can reach you at.

        We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, if you feel you are receiving this message in error, or if you wish to submit relevant information to your case, please contact us at: sales@plimus.com, otherwise no further action is required.

        Important: The credit card submitted will not be charged for this order."

        The number given during the order was correct. I never received the alleged "confirmation call".

        Whatta Crock! Glad my order wasn't processed and I'll never buy from anyone using Plimus in the future.

        BTW, the number of available packages changed from 126 to 122 to 123 to 126 and so on. Wonder if that's reflecting refunds?

        Hope this info is helpful to someone.

        Yeah dude, I think he uses Plimus so he could fake his earnings in the video proof (it's easy).. Clickbank would have to know what accounts he was logging into.

        Complete sc4m.. if you read the review from the site i posted up there the software doesn't even work and submits articles to fake article directories.. then returns it as "failed" submissions when they weren't article sites in the first place.. Half of them are parked domains

        Pretty disgusting. I hope the creators get in trouble for this.. lol
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        • Profile picture of the author jficarro
          Originally Posted by DrFresh View Post


          ..... the software doesn't even work and submits articles to fake article directories.. then returns it as "failed" submissions when they weren't article sites in the first place.. Half of them are parked domains

          Pretty disgusting. I hope the creators get in trouble for this.. lol
          Exactly. I mean. How hard would it have been to have a real article submitter in the software?

          I should post the site that it tried to submit the article to.. Screw it. Here it is

          http://www.americanarticlesarchive.com/

          Go ahead. Laugh it up. I should have known better.

          I've been in IM nearly as long as the internet has been available and I've never ripped anyone off. No wonder people are so cautious about everything nowadays.
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          • Profile picture of the author Ken Leatherman
            Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

            Exactly. I mean. How hard would it have been to have a real article submitter in the software?

            I should post the site that it tried to submit the article to.. Screw it. Here it is

            http://www.americanarticlesarchive.com/

            Go ahead. Laugh it up. I should have known better.

            I've been in IM nearly as long as the internet has been available and I've never ripped anyone off. No wonder people are so cautious about everything nowadays.
            Your full review took major guts and I applaud you for doing it. I believe you will save the Warriors and others looking for a decent review a whole lot of money. The good thing is you did it on the WF and hopefully it will rank way above the "fake reviews" of easyclickcommissions.

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        • Profile picture of the author omk
          yeah, his use of Plimus does raise a question mark, but if u top out Paypal and other processors, Plimus would be one of the next ones in line to use. Although, for WF, I would have tried to use a payment processor that would be a little more familiar to most - knowing how suspicious Warriors are.

          Too bad from some of the early feedback it looks like this may not be what it's cracked up to be.
          Anyway, the things newbies can learn from this product are:
          1) production values are important
          2) hire a great actor or at least be able to talk and deliver copy in a natural way.
          3) humor is always good
          4) if you claim to make money, at least dress well. You don't have to wear expensive clothes, but at least wear a crisp polo or dress shirt and don't appear too disheveled or desperate for your next 20 bucks.
          5) have a decent desk, computer and background
          6) surprise! - photoshopped proof of earnings are soooo 2010! - use videos of your laptop screen instead - looks more real!, LOL
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      • Profile picture of the author rickfrazier1
        Originally Posted by ASUService View Post

        I did order just so I could see first hand what the whole thing was about and whether it was worth promoting to my clients.

        #1: No instant access; Plimus must first "approve" your order.

        #2: Two hours after ordering I received the following email:

        "Thank you for submitting your order for Easy Click Commissions-(HUGE 75% Discount, Only 126 Copies Left!) using Plimus.

        Unfortunately we are unable to approve your order at this time because of the following:

        Unfortunately we were [bold]unable to confirm your order by phone[/bold], if needed, please place it again with a number we can reach you at.


        Hope this info is helpful to someone.
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        During the sales process, anything that requires a phone number to purchase is automatically BOGUS in my book. I don't give these folks my number for anything. I'm still getting third and fourth level sales calls as the result of providing my number over six months ago.

        I can't remember who it was at this point, but there was a "guru" that mentioned providing a phone number to his "fulfillment house" or whatever he was calling it as part of his program. He mentioned that over half of his income came from the sales follow-ups. Now I know exactly how, after having received calls first from "his office" then several others as first level, then a second tier of calls from random other boiler rooms, then finally the third and fourth tiers as my number was again sold out (because I didn't bite on ANY of the phone sales pitches). Since that experience (which keeps on giving, even to this day) I won't buy from anyone that requires a phone number as a requirement to purchase.

        When "required" I typically use 800-555-1212, and have had only one vendor send an email requesting the number prior to placing the order. Per their email response, it was so they could provide "customer service follow up". Sorry, but once burned, twice shy...

        Given the other problems with this Easy Click Commissions product, Requiring a phone number is like begging to receive another endless set of rude phone messages...
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        • Profile picture of the author gregw2
          P. gave me an infraction for my retorts to the comments.

          What he seems to forget,and a few others have forgotten, is that this is not about me or him. This is about Easy Click Commissions.

          I in-turn I gave him gave (P.) an infraction, and I expect to be banned again by my honesty.

          I do not like scammers, but I have a very huge dislike for self proclaimed messiahs, that profess to relay honesty and truth, but have other objectives, selfish objectives, and intent, without revealing their true intent.

          I am a marketer. And I make my living online, selling my own products and other peoples products. I make every effort to make sure that these products are quality and deliver what they are advertized to be.

          I do not like criticism, but I will take it if it is honest.

          I try to learn from my mistakes and learn from others criticism, but when people judge me, attack me, and disparage me, for no reason, I will never lie down and take it. I will always fight back.

          This is for you (P.) Take a chill pill or retire.

          Quit attacking people without reason and you will do better for yourself.

          Oh, and in case anyone cannot understand all of this post, the post that I am referring to has been removed.

          My response to (P.) is gone. It vanished. And very likely this one will too along with all of my other posts for the last two years, just like they all vanished before that since 2007.

          Not because I am a good guy, but because I am honest, and I do not like liars, cheat, thieves, and people that play games, like (P.).

          This is about the product Easy Click Commissions, not about petty discrepancies.
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          • Profile picture of the author psresearch
            Originally Posted by gregw2 View Post

            P. gave me an infraction for my retorts to the comments.

            What he seems to forget,and a few others have forgotten, is that this is not about me or him. This is about Easy Click Commissions.

            I in-turn I gave him gave (P.) an infraction, and I expect to be banned again by my honesty.

            I do not like scammers, but I have a very huge dislike for self proclaimed messiahs, that profess to relay honesty and truth, but have other objectives, selfish objectives, and intent, without revealing their true intent.

            I am a marketer. And I make my living online, selling my own products and other peoples products. I make every effort to make sure that these products are quality and deliver what they are advertized to be.

            I do not like criticism, but I will take it if it is honest.

            I try to learn from my mistakes and learn from others criticism, but when people judge me, attack me, and disparage me, for no reason, I will never lie down and take it. I will always fight back.

            This is for you (P.) Take a chill pill or retire.

            Quit attacking people without reason and you will do better for yourself.

            Oh, and in case anyone cannot understand all of this post, the post that I am referring to has been removed.

            My response to (P.) is gone. It vanished. And very likely this one will too along with all of my other posts for the last two years, just like they all vanished before that since 2007.

            Not because I am a good guy, but because I am honest, and I do not like liars, cheat, thieves, and people that play games, like (P.).

            This is about the product Easy Click Commissions, not about petty discrepancies.
            Greg - that was the first infraction, maybe 2nd I ever gave here at Warrior Forum and you're right I probably acted hastily. But the fact is you've spent most of your time insulting people here. Yes, one person did insult you, but the way you responded was to insult almost everybody else in the discussion.

            You can pretend that didn't happen - you can PM me and call me worthless & trash like you did, or you can own up that you went over board in your reaction to the one person's insult by insulting numerous people without knowing anything at all about them, the work that they do, or the work that they've done.

            The infraction wasn't about your comment about me, actually. It was about your relentless insulting of so many people on this thread. Again, you can own up, or you can pretend it didn't happen. But the truth is it did.

            Where exactly am I attacking "everyone"? If you check my posting history, you won't find that at all.

            And what exactly is your basis for this attack:

            "Not because I am a good guy, but because I am honest, and I do not like liars, cheat, thieves, and people that play games, like (P.)."

            I've literally helped thousands of people directly, several thousand by email, at least 20 of by phone, sometimes getting on 3-way calls with their bank to help them get their money back - WITHOUT charging them a penny. I recently helped a 70 year old lady get back over $25,000 WITHOUT charging her. You already know about my free work for Federal Law Enforcement which easily goes into hundreds of hours by now.

            I just have no clue where you're coming from. You're entire judgment about me seems to be based on one incident - I gave you an infraction. If that's how you form opinions, I don't know how I can reason with you.

            I'm not going to call YOU a scammer, because you're not and I don't accuse people of things they aren't, but I do try to analyze what I see. I think my judgment on some actions here was a bit muddled, because I misinterpreted one thing you said about me, that I believe you misintrepreted as well.

            Obviously, our personalities don't mesh, so I'll just leave it at that. I'll leave you to do the good work you do, and I'll do what I do - no matter what you want to call it.
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            • Profile picture of the author gregw2
              Originally Posted by Paul Schlegel View Post

              Greg - that was the first infraction, maybe 2nd I ever gave here at Warrior Forum and you're right I probably acted hastily. But the fact is you've spent most of your time insulting people here. Yes, one person did insult you, but the way you responded was to insult almost everybody else in the discussion.

              You can pretend that didn't happen - you can PM me and call me worthless & trash like you did, or you can own up that you went over board in your reaction to the one person's insult by insulting numerous people without knowing anything at all about them, the work that they do, or the work that they've done.

              The infraction wasn't about your comment about me, actually. It was about your relentless insulting of so many people on this thread. Again, you can own up, or you can pretend it didn't happen. But the truth is it did.

              Where exactly am I attacking "everyone"? If you check my posting history, you won't find that at all.

              And what exactly is your basis for this attack:

              "Not because I am a good guy, but because I am honest, and I do not like liars, cheat, thieves, and people that play games, like (P.)."

              I've literally helped thousands of people directly, several thousand by email, at least 20 of by phone, sometimes getting on 3-way calls with their bank to help them get their money back - WITHOUT charging them a penny. I recently helped a 70 year old lady get back over $25,000 WITHOUT charging her. You already know about my free work for Federal Law Enforcement which easily goes into hundreds of hours by now.

              I just have no clue where you're coming from. You're entire judgment about me seems to be based on one incident - I gave you an infraction. If that's how you form opinions, I don't know how I can reason with you.

              I'm not going to call YOU a scammer, because you're not and I don't accuse people of things they aren't, but I do try to analyze what I see. I think my judgment on some actions here was a bit muddled, because I misinterpreted one thing you said about me, that I believe you misintrepreted as well.

              Obviously, our personalities don't mesh, so I'll just leave it at that. I'll leave you to do the good work you do, and I'll do what I do - no matter what you want to call it.
              I agree with you, for once, and apologize for getting so defensive. I was upset because one person entirely misunderstood my point and two others jumped on his bandwagon without any thought or examination on their own part.

              I was too harsh, but I was upset and tend to become dramatic when I do. I apologize to you personally Paul.
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              • Profile picture of the author psresearch
                Originally Posted by gregw2 View Post

                I agree with you, for once, and apologize for getting so defensive. I was upset because one person entirely misunderstood my point and two others jumped on his bandwagon without any thought or examination on their own part.

                I was too harsh, but I was upset and tend to become dramatic when I do. I apologize to you personally Paul.
                Thank you Greg. That does mean quite a bit to me as we have worked on attacking several scams together in the past.
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          Originally Posted by rickfrazier1 View Post


          When "required" I typically use 800-555-1212, and have had only one vendor send an email requesting the number prior to placing the order. Per their email response, it was so they could provide "customer service follow up". Sorry, but once burned, twice shy...
          Or you can find their "customer service" and put it in.
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  • Profile picture of the author jficarro
    @omk. I think your missing one BIG thing here.

    Yes, it was an excellent sales pitch. But for most of us, this is a business. You don't screw up a business you've been successfully running for nearly a decade by lying and ripping people off. The Internet is not THAT big. AND, life is only so long - one day, you will need to answer for all your actions.

    I can make a site in a highly competitive niche and have it rank on page one in literally a week or two. If I can do that (and I do nearly all the time), then rip off artists WILL eventually be called out on the internet. I guess they can keep changing names and business dba's etc, but it's just not a way to run a business.

    I want my customers to come back. And even if they don't... I'd like to be able to sleep at night knowing I didn't rip anyone off.
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    • Profile picture of the author omk
      Yeah, these guys had so much volume, I bet even with a crap load of refunds this thing probably got, they still made a nice amount of money. It's amazing how much time they put into this, but didn't care a bit about the actual product itself!
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  • Profile picture of the author jficarro
    UPDATE: I did get my refund just now from Plinus. Be careful to follow up with all the back and forth or it appears they side with the vendor. But, I DID get my refund same day. So at least that's something.

    I am very hesitant to complain or rant about another IM'er, but until they integrate a MUCH better article submitter, this product is a NO GO. And the sales letter is FOS, but that's obvious.

    IF they make a MUCH better submitter (putting the hype aside), it would be a cute little program that would make it easier for assistants or even professionals to stay on task and plug away little by little at doing things that we should be doing on a regular basis anyway. Definitely not something that's gonna make someone rich in a short time. Just simple article marketing (except without the submitter).
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  • Profile picture of the author jficarro
    Ok. my last bi*ch (maybe).

    In the instruction videos. It states that the article sites aren't those crappy ones that everyone uses (paraphrasing). These are super article sites that are high PR and effective (paraphrasing).

    Well... from the whois data on the "article directory" (actually a crappy wordpress blog) that I reference previously:


    Creation date: 05 Dec 2010 21:58:24
    Expiration date: 05 Dec 2011 21:58:00


    None of the search engines have even indexed it (which is nearly impossible for even a novice wordpress user - mine are indexed nearly immediately. No backlinks, No PR, No value at all. (hell.... if you aren't even indexed...... )

    Anyway. My anger is subsided. But I hope that people will check here before wasting money and i hope the people who made the program will at the very least code a good article submitter into the program (for the same price). If so, like I said, the program would be nothing more than you can easily do yourself, not at all even close to what the sales video says it is, but at least have "some" value.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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    I checked it out today, am going for a refund now - LOL


    This is My Video Review Showing the members area

    OH - i DON'T Demo the spinner/submitter in here - but it was laughable at best. Definitely wont be making anybody Millions overnight.
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    • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
      Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

      I checked it out today, am going for a refund now - LOL


      This is My Video Review Showing the members area

      OH - i DON'T Demo the spinner/submitter in here - but it was laughable at best. Definitely wont be making anybody Millions overnight.
      Nicely done Jeff! Nice video review. Thanks for taking the time to put it together.

      Also, I 110% agree about Matt Carter and his product. The guy is a genuine good marketer who provides a lot of free USEFUL tidbits via his blog and emails. One of probably 3 marketers whose emails I actually read.
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    • Profile picture of the author anmitrad
      Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

      I checked it out today, am going for a refund now - LOL

      YouTube - Easy Click Commissions Review & Members Area Tour - IT'S A SCAM, STAY AWAY

      This is My Video Review Showing the members area

      OH - i DON'T Demo the spinner/submitter in here - but it was laughable at best. Definitely wont be making anybody Millions overnight.

      Thanks for taking the time to help all the warriors out there.

      Would be great if we had a SPAM button like the thanks button on each post... as would guide people more carefully to the trusted IM's

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  • Profile picture of the author MrDoughBoy
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    Checked it out. It is an all in one software tool that automates your keyword research, article scrape-ing, article spinning, article submission and backlink creation. The publisher tells you to the best 3 niches for making money are weight loss, money making and reverse phone lookup. What I found interesting is that he claims it scrapes articles for you based on low competition keywords then spins them into 98% unique articles for submission to 10 pre-selected article directories. It then finds high PR backlinks that point to those articles. After this voila cash is supposed to start rolling in for the newbie marketer.
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  • Profile picture of the author hmigroupllc
    This product was sold on clickbank previously, though I don't remember the name.

    How do I know?

    I bought on Clickbank and returned it.

    Then, I had to find out just what kind of bull was being thrown here, and sure enough, when I got it, it was the exact same thing I returned on CB some months ago.

    It is an article spinner that creates terrible spins, then has you spam a bunch of article directories with the terrible articles. After that it has you spam blogs with your links.

    Then it tries to sell you on a backlinkging program along with an incredibly painful effort to upsell and downsell you as you make your purchase. It must have taken 20 clicks to get to the product.

    I went through the 8 module video training, and I was thinking the whole time, boy this is painfully familiar.

    As for the black river... well, it's never mentioned again in the video training.

    Don't buy this unless you want to be a article directory spammer and blog spammer. Then it will fit your needs fine.

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  • Profile picture of the author cybamage
    Eljeffe77 says it all. I bought it out of curiosity and the software is very similar in it's layout to the Auto Click Profits and Auto Traffic Monopoly. But here's the thing, the damn software is broken. I spent the last 2 days working it, and as I write this it is still broken. When I applied for a refund, I got a quick email telling me that they would place me on their gold membership list for a 1 on 1 tutoring if I kept the software. Like hell... DO'NT BUY THIS GUYS .... LISTEN TO ELJEFFE77, IT'S A SCAM
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  • Profile picture of the author mtgpro11
    Well, WF saved me again - !!
    The now discovered "actor" was very good with the pitch! - He mentioned an "algorithm" - I listened to the whole pitch - but when he said the word "secret" I ran right over here!
    I got the email in my SPAM box from a forum I belonged to for a brief period of time - will be unsubscribing Again!
    Thanks Warriors
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  • Profile picture of the author jficarro
    I've unsubscribed before, but still get the emails. I actually subscribed to some of them just to see how they do their copy. Some of them are masters of spin and it's neat to see how they use their responders.
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  • Profile picture of the author mwbarrows
    The most annoying thing about this is that I received an email about it from a guy called Chris Allen, with the subject title, "The Warrior Forum is raving about this!" Desperate affiliates are now using the Forum's reputation to push these junk products. Needless to say he now has one less subscriber...
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  • Profile picture of the author DocReed
    Thank you, thank you, thank you to all who posted negative constructive criticism here!

    Just the other day I posted a thread that argued that there are too many products making false claims that are nailing newbies. I said that it'll kill the industry. However, a big name guru in essence replied that newbies fail because they buy one thing after another without giving them a try. He also said that he stopped feeling sorry for them a long time ago!

    It's good to see that others are concerned too. Thanks for posting comments that can save newbies a lot of grief.

    Doc Reed
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  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    Now... It's kinda desappointing... I really like the guy on the video, I almost bite the hook.

    Article marketing is effective, but is a number game and a quality game too. IMO Spinnable articles is the reason Google stop loving the Farm content...
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    • Profile picture of the author jficarro
      Originally Posted by neodarth View Post

      Now... It's kinda desappointing... I really like the guy on the video, I almost bite the hook.
      Yes, a lot of people liked the way Obama was on video too :rolleyes:
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      • Profile picture of the author neodarth
        Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

        Yes, a lot of people liked the way Obama was on video too :rolleyes:
        Good point... However, on these last sales videos I don't know who I like the most, the I-want-to-act-like-John-Ritter IM Trillionaire or the Can`t-read-the-lines Stripper....
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        • Profile picture of the author jficarro
          Originally Posted by neodarth View Post

          Good point... However, on these last sales videos I don't know who I like the most, the I-want-to-act-like-John-Ritter IM Trillionaire or the Can`t-read-the-lines Stripper....
          LOL -

          I thought it'd be a total blast to make a spoof video just like it, but like in a trailer with a crack head pro.. walking in the background asking if I'm done with the computer yet. I could wear an old dirty stained t shirt, etc.

          But... one of my faults.... I waste too much time goofing around and trying new tech toys out instead of working. ahahhahhhahah

          I guess enough said... thread will get deleted if we keep going on. But I sincerely hope that people who are considering this product find this forum while doing their due diligence.
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  • I'm going to be honest and say if a newbie sees this video he will be sold. The reallt nailed it with the sales video and the sad things is, is that's it's all BS. It's true this offer will bank a lot of money from newbies.

    Sad day but I have been getting a lot of emails promoting this product.

    And that actor he really needs his own show did a good job sounding real.


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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Sweet lord. If you want proven things that work, look at J Kell up yonder in this thread. Look at Sean Donahoe (my personal favorite, always willing to help and is FREELY ACCESSIBLE). But for the love of all that is Holy (and even all that is NOT) STOP trying to get money for nothing and your checks for free.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Roy
    I went through the whole thing. No good in my opinion, I do not recommend it.

    1 - software finds keywords (nothing new and certainly nothing advanced)

    2 - software finds articles on article directories about those keywords

    3 - software spins those articles into nearly unreadable text, probably translated 2 or 3 times in 2 or 3 different languages so naturally, not very good articles.

    4 - software adds your affiliate link to these articles. (not cloaked, straight clickbank affiliate link recommended)

    5 - software submits these articles to some article directories.

    That's it.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrDoughBoy
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    The so called guru's have really gotten arrogant about these launches. Things must be getting really desperate for them to be marketing this kind of stuff. Just comes to show you was it WC Fields that once said "There's a sucker born every minute"? As an affiliate of this product(I don't use lists) I can attest that there are definitely suckers out there.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ruth Hendrickson
      I too received an email about this product and almost bought it. But decided to come here and check it out first. Thanks Warriors, for saving me from buying such a lousy product! Like others have said, that Mark Hardy is a really good actor and is very convincing.
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    • Profile picture of the author jficarro
      Originally Posted by MrDoughBoy View Post

      The so called guru's have really gotten arrogant about these launches. Things must be getting really desperate for them to be marketing this kind of stuff. Just comes to show you was it WC Fields that once said "There's a sucker born every minute"? As an affiliate of this product(I don't use lists) I can attest that there are definitely suckers out there.
      Why would you promote this? You're just as guilty as the guy who did the video. What makes you think it's ok to rip people off simply because it's not officially "your" product. Not cool.

      There's plenty of honest ways to make a living online.
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      • Profile picture of the author affhelper
        Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

        Why would you promote this? You're just as guilty as the guy who did the video. What makes you think it's ok to rip people off simply because it's not officially "your" product. Not cool.
        He is not an affiliate, look at his sig links. Am I missing something or
        is he selling the products on Fiverr??! lmao
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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          I guess it wasn't converting that well for him so he decided to sell it on fiverr - lol
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  • Profile picture of the author TimNesbitt
    @MrDoughBoy it wasn't W.C. Fields who said that it was supposedly PT Barnum who said it!

    I don't want to judge you, but why would you promote the product if you don't really believe in it? I mean each person has too choose their own ethics but you may want to reevaluate your standards.

    Funny there wan IM marketing guru the other day who was complaining about the Clickbanks refund rates in the IM niche, but if you look at what he promotes to his list is the HOT product of the week even if it isn't a good product and he wonders why the refund rates are as high as they are.

    That may be a reason they switched to Primius at the last minute.

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  • Profile picture of the author youallnome
    Thanks for the feedback on this one.

    Shame on all those warriors who did not check out the forum BEFORE they bought the product.

    Real profits come from real work and that involves more effort than 6 clicks of any button!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jimspeed
    HAHA- omg- the guy is HILARIOUS. He's mocks everything HE IS.. which is kind of ironic..
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    • That's the pitch to get people to relate to him for us warrior it's see trew but for others it's a new revalation.



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  • Profile picture of the author S E O
    I received this same email from Steven Iser because I am on his list, it is a real pain to see these guys promoting something that they themselves haven't verified - i don't expect them to buy each product they promote, but surely they could do some research at least on this forum to verify if the product is really as good as it seems.

    The guy in the video claims that others are scared to face the camera because their products are fake and look at him hiring an actor to promote his stuff - what a joker!! I almost bit the bait, luckily I decided to check it out on WF and found this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
    I also received an email about this.

    The actor actually put on a really good speech but it was quite repeated. He kept talking about a real method that works with 6 clicks and showing different kinds of proof.

    Once more reviews are out I might be looking into purchasing the product to see what exactly it is that he is selling .
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  • Profile picture of the author John Trader
    Just docked the yacht from my black river trip... Lol This video... absolutely hilarious, until you think about the curiosity seekers and newbies who will get their wallets lifted. I honestly thought it was a parody and kept waiting for the reveal. That was the disappointment for me, that these guys are serious.
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  • Profile picture of the author jficarro
    I can just see the next great affiliate product launch.....

    "Yes, I can tell you I have made millions.. just look at the lamborghini I won in the last contest. Yup.. that's me and my beautiful girlfriend... and that's my wife next to her. And now I'm going to reveal the secret software that requires only 1 push of a button. I can't tell you what it is right here until you pay me $49, but it's the reason for my success.

    Look folks I don't want your money, but I just need to make sure you're serious... so if you don't like the idea of pushing a button and making millions of dollars, then go away. Yup... I said it.. go away. Still here... good. Now take out your credit card, cause I'm gonna reveal something that's secret. The other gurus are really mad... but I'm gonna reveal it here to you. Got the credit card yet?
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    • Profile picture of the author QuickSurf
      Originally Posted by jficarro View Post

      I can just see the next great affiliate product launch.....

      "Yes, I can tell you I have made millions.. just look at the lamborghini I won in the last contest. Yup.. that's me and my beautiful girlfriend... and that's my wife next to her. And now I'm going to reveal the secret software that requires only 1 push of a button. I can't tell you what it is right here until you pay me $49, but it's the reason for my success.

      Look folks I don't want your money, but I just need to make sure you're serious... so if you don't like the idea of pushing a button and making millions of dollars, then go away. Yup... I said it.. go away. Still here... good. Now take out your credit card, cause I'm gonna reveal something that's secret. The other gurus are really mad... but I'm gonna reveal it here to you. Got the credit card yet?
      It's funny b/c there was a thread on here not long ago with a "guru" thats looked up to I guess, used a pic of "his" Lambo Murci... and it just so happened to be a dealer near me I know and he just used a pic from their website/ebay listing.... so I called him out and the thread kinda just went away lol. Guarantee it's not "his" car lol. I've seen other people take pics from their listings before as they do them in a location that doesn't show the dealer.

      oh yeh, and the lambo pic in this thread is the SV model... so their even farther behind in funds for it hahaha
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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        Haha ok my bad on the "your" thing, read it in the wrong context.

        So I'm thinking of starting a product up, selling just 50 for like - $200 each, and I think big affiliate prize will be a 2 billion dollar yacht - you guys wanna get in on that?

        SERIOUSLY - LOL - when these guys are promising AFFILIATES bs prizes, how much WORSE is the product they're offering.

        My $0.02.
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    Haha ok my bad on the "your" thing, read it in the wrong context.

    So I'm thinking of starting a product up, selling just 50 for like - $200 each, and I think big affiliate prize will be a 2 billion dollar yacht - you guys wanna get in on that?

    SERIOUSLY - LOL - when these guys are promising AFFILIATES bs prizes, how much WORSE is the product they're offering.

    My $0.02.

    eljeffe77 sure hope you are serious about it as we have a lot of these gurus or guroos. (as the Easy click guy puts it) who will take up your offer

    Some of them will be so dumb that if you have a JV page set up with a chick and a yacht, they'll probably pay you $49 to take them as your affiliates - you could end up making some serious money buddy
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  • Profile picture of the author Money maker guy
    Thank you for posting this!
    I was near going to buy it! So Thank you for save my money guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author DR's Fynest
    LMAO!

    Excellent video Paul!

    I was literally laughing out loud after 2:20.

    "Auto traffic monopoly...auto traffic monopoly...autotraffic monopoly..." lol

    You're a fool

    You should charge *slowed down voice like in video* $37 dollars for access to the video... Which by the way, does NOT have the word "traffic" in its name!
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  • Profile picture of the author gregw2
    The responsibility of marketing is not felt or observed by anyone.
    It is a lost art and lost club.
    It would be great if a few of us began the tradition again, and combined our resources.
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    • Profile picture of the author psresearch
      Originally Posted by gregw2 View Post

      The responsibility of marketing is not felt or observed by anyone.
      It is a lost art and lost club.
      It would be great if a few of us began the tradition again, and combined our resources.

      I like your sentiment, although I think there are plenty of marketers that do feel that responsibility...maybe the core problem is that group isn't as cohesive or structured as the ones participating in "I'll scratch yuor back if you scratch mine" JV circles.
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  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    Funny fact... in the video the actor rant against all the $37 crap products... and after a few clicks away he sell the product on $39... The moral of the story is that $2 bucks makes all the difference right?
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    • Profile picture of the author gregw2
      Originally Posted by neodarth View Post

      Funny fact... in the video the actor rant against all the $37 crap products... and after a few clicks away he sell the product on $39... The moral of the story is that $2 bucks makes all the difference right?
      When I checked, right after the release, it was $49 and reduced to $39, after the click away.

      But the moral of the story is that this is a new product being marketed by a lot of affiliates, most of whom have not even checked it out to see if it is really a quality product.

      If it had been sold or offered for $1997.00 then it would have gotten more scrutinizing, and it probably would have been a much better product, but it still may very well have been not worth the cost.
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  • Profile picture of the author tfry
    I bought the program and Coaching program. I was never able to open the Software and I tried it on 2 computers. I emailed support and took 4 days to get back to me. Their suggestion was to open as Administrator, which did not work either. When I called their help line, which nobody answered the first call, the second call I left VM and nobody called back. When I called the 3rd time it was a Company in Utah trying to sell me their Coaching program. I should have read WF first, would have saved me a lot of time. I did get my refund confirmation today.
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  • Profile picture of the author HiAbby
    Man, these guys are so criminal. This is the worst version of this I've seen.
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  • Profile picture of the author faithefin
    I should have come here FIRST!! The software is Windows only, which he doesn't say. I thought it was web-based. I have a Mac. So I can't even use it. I finally installed it on another computer to see what the software does.... doesn't even work.

    Additionally, about 10 days after I purchased it, someone from a coaching program in Utah called to "interview" me for a coaching program that they do to "create success stories" for their training. The person got my name because of my purchase for this software. I "qualified" through the first round of interview and should talk to the manager tomorrow. I'm thinking scam.

    Yes, I have applied for a refund.
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    • Profile picture of the author psresearch
      Originally Posted by faithefin View Post

      I "qualified" through the first round of interview and should talk to the manager tomorrow. I'm thinking scam.

      Yes, I have applied for a refund.
      Run, run - away as fast as you can. This typically a ploy to sell you ridiculously overpriced (and terrible) coaching or worthless "traffic packages". I can't tell you how many complaints I've seen over the years about this type of set up.
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    • Profile picture of the author jficarro
      Originally Posted by faithefin View Post

      I should have come here FIRST!! The software is Windows only, which he doesn't say. I thought it was web-based. I have a Mac. So I can't even use it. I finally installed it on another computer to see what the software does.... doesn't even work.

      Additionally, about 10 days after I purchased it, someone from a coaching program in Utah called to "interview" me for a coaching program that they do to "create success stories" for their training. The person got my name because of my purchase for this software. I "qualified" through the first round of interview and should talk to the manager tomorrow. I'm thinking scam.

      Yes, I have applied for a refund.
      WOW. I got that call too. Even though I got a refund. I didn't immediately recognize the name when the guy called. When I told him I was an experience Internet marketer, he literally hung up on me.

      I can't believe it! I wasn't rude or anything. He was pitching me, and said something about not knowing how much experience or success I was having... when I told him I make my living entirely online and am very experienced... he literally just hung up on me.

      If this wasn't so disgusting... it would be funny!

      And I'm still getting emails from Hardy. I haven't unsubscribed, cause obviously the guy has some sales skill and it could be applied to a real product or service.

      I wish people would take a few moments and check here before making an impulse purchase. I checked everywhere but here (may have checked here too, but it was brand new). Of course all the sites that came up were affiliate sites disguised as reviews (I know... but I figured it was only $40 or whatever)
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  • Profile picture of the author socialmassmedia
    Amazing how they prey on the gullible and desperate really pi$$es me off! Just so they can line their big fat pockets with cold hard cash. Its people like that are giving IM are bad name.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aristocratic
    I asked for a refund and still pending. I bought it just for curiosity's sake and tried to have a go with it; a month later, not a single click in my clickbank stats for the account I setup to test this with. It is neat how it grabs articles on the keywords, but after that, it just sucks. Distributing to sites that don't work or are so obscure, no one visits them. It's crap. And I'm seeing more of these types of ambiguous sales letters with video sales letters that say ABSOLUTELY NOTHING because they just want you to click 'buy' already...Notice how they just go on and on and ON about NOTHING until they have to finally just say 'buy it now'. It's ridiculous what is allowed to be peddled.

    DO NOT BUY EASY CLICK COMMISSIONS. IT DOES NOT WORK. HONEST.
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  • Profile picture of the author oniram
    When it's gone it's really gone - Page can not be found - so says Mr. Google about easy Click Commission.
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  • Profile picture of the author oniram
    Plimus says -The product you are looking for is currently unavailable, please contact the originating website's webmaster for help. Easy Click Commission gone?
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