Have not been around here in a while, but I was thinking of promoting one of these diets (ClickBank) but I noticed that the supposed author is actually a pen name since his photo is actually a stock photo http://www.shutterstock.com/image-ph...-man-300865982 and http://www.shutterstock.com/image-ph...mile-124787773, plus a couple of the testimonials on the 2weekdiet page are actually other identities online.
Pen names are no problem, as many do it, but what I am wondering is if the real author actually has knowledge in nutrition/dieting, or if it's just a made up diet(s). All 3 diets are the exact same thing, just under different names, but the diet looks not bad. I just don't want to promote something that may not be nutritionally sound. If the true author actually has knowledge in this area, then it would be ok. I am sure that all the big Clickbank authors know this person's real identity, since they are all likely promoting the products, but it would be nice to know for the rest of us.