Wow, I don't know what to say, here, check it out:
I don't mean to be rude but I have to tell you that I always find it a bit fishy that someone who claims to have suffered SO much for SO long and longs to help other people who are suffering, would charge so much for their book. I think it's kind of cruel to put up a whole website with page after page of talking about these terrible symptoms and how you can help and then you get to the bottom and realize you have to pay for this so-called advice. What if you don't have money to buy the book? It's expensive to buy the creams and products at the drugstore and then to buy a book you're not even positive will work? ***Pred's lil note: "hey, why don't you ask the drugstore clerk to stop charging you for the creams and products at the drugstore?""*** |
You might want to re-think how you are really helping people who are suffering from this problem. I think if you really wanted to help you would be offering this advice for free so it could impact more people, otherwise you're showing what your priorities really are. Money.
I'm not trying to be mean but it feels cruel to me and is really, really frustrating to know that I can't find out how to cure my symptoms naturally and change my life because I have to have money to do it and I don't have it.
I get quite a few of these letters from this particular niche. I only properly researched my customer demographics after I developed my product and website (real stupid, I know), and realized that they are mostly from a low-income background.
It's a desperate niche and I do feel sorry for him/her. But the way I see it I gave up a chunk of my life to put that product together, and I have every right to charge $23 for it!
FYI, if anyone wants to accuse me of being a charlatan, I have a LOT of excellent information on my website for free that people can use to great effect. Plus my product totally rocks and is by far the best (and cheapest) on Clickbank.