"I've been at this since Dec 2016 and have spent a lot of money trying systems, I've been lied to, mislead, scammed and cheated.
I've sat through Clickbank university, Aspire, Dean Holland's training and more.
Many have asked me to beta test and I've agreed yet none have gotten me access or followed through and got me working.
My credit card is maxed out now cause I've received no deposits in my efforts.
Even though many say I have funds due me. Are you gonna mentor me get me going and earning funds?
Or do I keep searching? I know money can be made on the internet and I'll keep at it till I succeeded"
Now here's my response...
"Wow I'm sorry to hear that it has been so challenging for you but I have seen a lot of people have the same issue.
I am here to help you. I'm not saying it's going to be easy but I will be beside you every step of the way.
I'm here to help you get results because when you win so do we.
There is a lot of BS in the industry and I want to work closely and help people who are willing to put in the work.
I'm a real human that just read your message and not looking to hide behind my computer. My video tells you all about what we will be teaching you it's simple (but takes effort) and it works.
I hope that helps"
If I'm honest I may have been too nice in hindsight.
I think I scared him off with the idea of actually having to do some work.
That's his loss! If he finds it too much work to learn a few new skills and take steps that could change his life forever. Then I don't want to be working with him.
Anyway, my question is.
How would you have responded to his email, was I too soft on him?
Is he always destined to fail because he doesn't take responsibility for what he does and only blames the products he bought?
Let me know,