Can a headline be so "tempting" that it defies any common sense?
One of those "Make $XYZ/day with CPA" WSOs (any random one, doesnt really matter which one).
They often follow the same principle, some "method" and then a web site mentioned where "the method" is supposedly to work.
( Now don't get me wrong, i know about such reports for a long time already, there are even "classic" methods which were big about 2 years ago UNTIL they started to sell the method on various forums. )
The important thing to know here is that NO SANE PERSON would sell a "method" which makes them (allegedly) a fortune per day - and especially not if the method is limited to a particular site WHICH IS RELATIVELY UNKNOWN with a danger of saturation.
From my experience most/all of those people are selling their methods THEN when it becomes evident that the method is saturated, doesn't work anymore or when their sales declined for whatever reason. Then they start going on forums and sell.
And to use another example: Some software which (somehow) is supposed to make money, like forex software. People claim there is software which will double or triple your money within days.
Think about it....wouldn't you rather use such a software and be quiet while you rake in the profits using this "miracle software"....or would you make a sales page and sell the software to thousands of people on clickbank? If the software is so good with making money....why do you need to sell it?