This sales video made me laugh

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I couldn't stop watching this sales video, not because it was good, but because it was so bad I couldn't stop laughing. It is very obvious these people are very bad actors who have been given a script. I can't believe this guy actually thinks other people believe this nonsense.

Enjoy: project first sale
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  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    I watched until he got out of his helicopter to get in his limo...lol
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    • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
      Originally Posted by JensSteyaert View Post

      I watched until he got out of his helicopter to get in his limo...lol
      Pfft... if he was so rich he could afford having a servant who lifted him up on a chair like a king and carried him all the way to his limo.
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      • Profile picture of the author curly sue
        you know i used to laugh too, until i got an insight on internet marketing. people make millions in this business. 'too good to be true' has become a reality.
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        • Profile picture of the author KriiV
          Originally Posted by sexy sue View Post

          you know i used to laugh too, until i got an insight on internet marketing. people make millions in this business. 'too good to be true' has become a reality.
          You're actually on the right notion. People fall for these kinds of videos.
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        • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
          Originally Posted by sexy sue View Post

          you know i used to laugh too, until i got an insight on internet marketing. people make millions in this business. 'too good to be true' has become a reality.
          Yep, people make billions in business. The problem is this guy is making money off selling this content to you (likely). And he's renting that helicopter, limo, camera-man, actors, etc. It's like a low-budget movie.

          Money is all around us. And it's easy to find. You just need good ideas and the right direction.
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    Reminds me of another much more well-produced sales video that ran for like 45 minutes. In it the guy starts off at his house talking about how much better he is than you, then it carries over to an airport and a private jet with a hot babe... the stuff this guy spewed during the "in-flight" portion of the video was just too funny... then your whisked away to some vacation resort like place, where it just continued.

    Man, whatever happened to that video?

    While this isn't as well produced, it definitely reminded me of that. I'd bet $20 this guy or these people got the idea from that video.

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    • Profile picture of the author ScrooG
      This is almost exactly the same video I saw a few months ago with the name "Paul Ponna" on it. He's a guy who I bought a system from once and found it to be a waste of money and cancelled it but not without having to push him for my refund.

      So a few months ago I saw another video again and it was even FUNNIER than this one! BUT it had almost exactly the same script:
      A guy gets out of a fancy car (instead of a helicopter), picks up 3 losers on the beach (instead of off the street) and shows how they can make money very easily and quickly with just a few minutes of time (NO real work, of course! The real gurus in this business never do ANY work, the money just falls from Heaven into their bank accounts! (yea right))

      So yeah, these videos are funny.
      But it's sad that many people fall for them and get sucked in. While it may only cost you $9 to get in, once you're in all they do is hit you up for more $ for ways to make money even better and quicker of course, and if you're not sharp enough to know you're being scammed (and hey, we've all been there once or twice in our lives with some kind of offer that is "too good to be true"!), then next thing you know you've got hundreds of dollars wrapped up in something that is a total waste of $.
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    • Profile picture of the author Robert Michael
      Jeez, stop picking on my video guys.. I thought it was a good idea at the time
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  • Profile picture of the author FirstSocialApps
    That guys limo has a CRT TV in it. He cant rent a more up to date limo for this video I guess.

    He is happily married, yet his wedding ring is on his pinky finger.

    He is a public speaker but his speaking style is monotone and bland.

    Acting sucks to. Not believing it. Whole video screams lame and fake.
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    This felt more like anti-Starbucks propaganda.
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  • Profile picture of the author thedanbrown
    haha I've seen this before, it's in the follow-up sequence for some clickbank product I'm pretty sure
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    What does this system do?
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  • Profile picture of the author robestrong
    I always hate videos like this. I know they're trying to show proof but:

    A) I believe them even less.
    B) They come off as woefully insecure

    Edit: got farther in... The acting is priceless... "Into my bank account???"

    Better still "Like I said, we're going to take my personal helicopter (pause) to my house...."

    I digress.. Thanks for sharing this hilariously tragic find.
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    • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      I watched it for like 1 minute and got sick of it very fast.
      The ending part with the 3 other actors is where it gets the funniest.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sue McDonald
    If you watch right to the end and navigate the pop ups the price goes from $47 to $9. It just keeps reducing screen after screen. I was sent that by a so called marketing friend - wonder if he watched it before sending it to his list?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hill
    I watched for less than a minute... When he gets back in his limo from Starbucks he's completely our of breath... LOL. And if it was such a good ClickBank system that didn't involve a fake screenshot then he surely wouldn't be selling it on ClickSure...

    Wow, what a scam...
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  • Profile picture of the author Silas Hart
    I don't blame the guy. At least he had the money to rent those things for his video. It's a serious step up from the "I'm a chill guy in my cheap shirt and unmatching shorts, in front of my poor quality webcam where the video quality is so bad you don't know if you are looking at Pamela Anderson or Danny DeVito and lets not talk about how laggy the video is compared to the audio - but listen here, I'm a millionaire damnit and I just want to show you my ways! Please ignore my 19" CRT monitor on my broken IKEA desk in the background."

    At least this dude can fool a couple people.
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  • Profile picture of the author albert12
    I had to press "leave page" 8 times before I was allowed to leave.
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  • Profile picture of the author BurtL
    He sounds like magician setting up an illusion.
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  • Profile picture of the author James Hessler
    I've a vid on YouTube that has had ugly comments... Aaargh they make me scream...so with all due respect to the guy in the video...yes, it's highly produced, with many cuts, but the content sucks.

    I can't attest to the quality of the product, but to say the $$ comes with not much work... Is just plain not real.

    Shame really. To spend what looks like big money on such a shoot, to possibly waste such resources, for such a transparent no no... Is a real shame.

    We could all be wrong, you know, but I doubt it...

    And at 49minutes... Sheesh. And the 'acting'was really bad..
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  • Profile picture of the author James Hessler
    I've a vid on YouTube that has had ugly comments... Aaargh they make me scream...so with all due respect to the guy in the video...yes, it's highly produced, with many cuts, but the content sucks.

    I can't attest to the quality of the product, but to say the $$ comes with not much work... Is just plain not real.

    Shame really. To spend what looks like big money on such a shoot, to possibly waste such resources, for such a transparent no no... Is a real shame.

    We could all be wrong, you know, but I doubt it...

    And at 49minutes... Sheesh. And the 'acting'was really bad..
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  • Profile picture of the author Dustin Lyle
    All I'm going to say is...

    However gaudy his content and approach, his target market is highly unlikely to be anyone in this forum. His prospective "homer" is completely new to IM and being sold the dream. Also, Most of the people in this thread were probably introduced to IM by someone or something very very similar to this.

    Second, I think sometimes, people here have some kind of illusion or tunnel vision that there is only one way to skin a cat... Or one audience to make money from.
    Don't be so predisposed to believe that your "homer" is a person smart enough to seek information on a forum.
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    • Profile picture of the author Des Lau
      'I see our first student Daryl has arrived' almost fell off my chair

      and the helicopter seemed to have took off, and returned back to the same airfield LOL

      The worst sales vid I've ever seen was a blonde female in some penthouse reading from a teleprompter, gawd it was cringe worthy
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      • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
        That was great. In the worst way possible.

        Never before have I had such bother leaving a site.
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    Out of touch, out of touch! SMH...
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  • haha i love the TV inside of his limo, he definetly didnt spend any of his millions on that one, and most likely goes on to show us on video #2 how he also managed to get this TV for "ABSOLUTELY 100% FREE"
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  • Profile picture of the author ReveryMarketing
    What I really want to know is how you came across this video. Did this pop-up in your inbox or did you see an ad for this?
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucian Lada
    There are so many wrong this about the video that I can't keep track of. However, it does make for a very good free entertaining, so we should be grateful for that.

    Later edit, as I watch the video: So you need a computer, but you don't need computer skills ... well, that's probably how he approached the directing part of the video, too. (Not to mention the script-writing part.)

    Guys, you don't even know what you're missing - the more I watch, the better it gets.
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  • Profile picture of the author MattCatania
    This is just... well... awful

    It's obviously scripted - nobody can be *THAT* boring and make countless mistakes during their delivery.

    Also, if you read the bottom of the page you'll come across this:
    The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system
    Seems about right.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hamza
    this video is both funny and sad in the same time ...

    It's funny for obvious reasons, and it's sad because these stupid so called "marketers" are turning the internet into a big toilet !
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  • Profile picture of the author arranrice
    Oh hahaha, That is such a bad sales video, the site does seem to be popular though... some people must believe it. Its also 100% scripted!
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  • Profile picture of the author Hamza
    this got my attention in the bottom of the site :

    in some cases actors have been used
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris_Willow
    If you're commenting here, you're probably not the target market.
    Having an opinion is free, what counts is the revenue that video is generating. My guess is people are falling for this way more than you'd think.
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  • Profile picture of the author Snow_Predator
    lol, some funny shit. Don't have the time to watch the whole thing, but the helicopter, the limousine, the house for sale, not to mention the staccato articulation... it's as cheesy as an MMO sales video can get.
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  • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
    Just because the content is badly scripted doesn't mean his system doesn't work. Has anyone tried it?

    Has any one product you ever bought made you what the sales letter or vsl showed? Probably not.
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  • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
    This follows the same format as the Success With Anthony video, and I am sure a lot of others. The format must work.
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  • Profile picture of the author DaZapper12
    There were like 8 damn exit pop ups... now that is too damn much... xD
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    Yeah the 8 pop ups kind of made me chuckle too lol

    Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    Well, this thread sure does a great job of pointing out the obvious.

    I mean, it's 2013 - I can't believe people are still debating whether or not there are actors in the sales video?

    I STOPPED watching sales videos a LONG time ago, and you should too.

    It's called a SALES video for a reason. Of course actors were used, of course the cars/limos/helicopters/mansions are rented and so on.

    Do I agree with it? No. But nothing is going to change anytime soon.

    People need to stop judging products at face value (sales video) because you learn nothing from the video. The product needs to be judged by what is actually offered on the inside, which may be great - even though the marketing practices/sales videos used suck.

    Now, 9 times out of 10 the actual person behing the product CAN afford all the things shown in the video, and the actors are used as a representation.

    It's either these low budget mini movies OR the alternative which was long, dull and boring PowerPoint presentations with a voice over..(BOTH suck imo)

    But thats just my 2¢
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

      It's called a SALES video for a reason. Of course actors were used, of course the cars/limos/helicopters/mansions are rented and so on.

      Do I agree with it? No. But nothing is going to change anytime soon.
      I don't think anyone is slating the format of a sales video.

      They are slating the format of a terrible sales video.

      ...and actors, helicopters and limos certainly aren't a mandatory staple of one.

      People need to stop judging products at face value (sales video) because you learn nothing from the video. The product needs to be judged by what is actually offered on the inside, which may be great - even though the marketing practices/sales videos used suck.
      Judging the product on face value is all people have because the vendor gives nothing else.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
      Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

      Well, this thread sure does a great job of pointing out the obvious.

      I mean, it's 2013 - I can't believe people are still debating whether or not there are actors in the sales video?

      I STOPPED watching sales videos a LONG time ago, and you should too.

      It's called a SALES video for a reason. Of course actors were used, of course the cars/limos/helicopters/mansions are rented and so on.

      Do I agree with it? No. But nothing is going to change anytime soon.

      People need to stop judging products at face value (sales video) because you learn nothing from the video. The product needs to be judged by what is actually offered on the inside, which may be great - even though the marketing practices/sales videos used suck.

      Now, 9 times out of 10 the actual person behing the product CAN afford all the things shown in the video, and the actors are used as a representation.

      It's either these low budget mini movies OR the alternative which was long, dull and boring PowerPoint presentations with a voice over..(BOTH suck imo)

      But thats just my 2¢
      The problem is that the sales video should explain some of the content, or outline of the system they're trying to sell. What I got from this sales video was "dude buy it and you'll become a millionaire so you can afford helicopters, limos and starbucks". What I want to get out of it is an outline of the system -- not explaining the meat or juice, but the fundamentals of what they're going to be teaching. IMO Frank Kern does a great job with those using his massive whiteboard. I love the way Frank Kern sells.

      The only reason many powerpoint presentations are boring is because they're explaining a "loophole" that doesn't exist -- and again coming the the same thesis that "you're gonna become a millionaire overnight". The powerpoint presentations that outline their system and explain the fundamentals of what they're selling to you are indeed not boring and I think you get much more out of it.

      Look at legitimate products such as Evergreen Business System. It explains EXACTLY how you can use it to make money. It doesn't just give you some fact that somehow you can make a million dollars -- it tells you HOW you can become rich from doing it. It doesn't just tell you that you're magically going to become rich.

      Take a look at traditional products. Even those ads on TV that run only 15-30 seconds long. They do a GREAT job of demonstrating the product and how it works. Like the snuggle thing, they don't just tell you "it'll make you warm and comfortable", they show it in action including how to put it on, and some 'sciency' facts behind how it works and why it'll make you comfortable (this is a bad example but I think you get the point).
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      • This person and all their affiliates keep spamming my inbox. I don't know exactly when I got the first email but I didn't recognize the sender so I deleted it.

        The next day that same person emailed me again so I watched about 30 seconds of the video and brought back memories of the 1990's Internet marketing.

        Took 3 "Leave this page" clicks to get away from this nonsense.

        So I went back to my inbox and unsubscribed. Well just like the 1990's, when someone wanted to be removed from a mailing list and you sent an unsubscribe message, instead of being removed from the mailing list you get slammed with multiple emails from different affiliates.

        Same 1990's tactics all over again.

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    • Profile picture of the author FirstSocialApps
      Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post


      It's called a SALES video for a reason. Of course actors were used, of course the cars/limos/helicopters/mansions are rented and so on.
      Yea but here is the thing. This guy was pretending like it was real. For example he was trying to get people to think that that guy from star bucks was a real 'student' and not an actor. He was trying to mislead people about his wealth etc. A sales video is fine, actors are fine, but when you deliberately try to miss lead people you loose all creditability and trust. Thats not fine.

      Also even his copy sux. Notice how he talks about the 'students' in the past tense to start with. How they 'went' from .. etc. But then he shows it has if they were just starting with him. Notice how at one point he says he works 5 hours a day, then he says he works 5 hours a week. There are lots of screw ups.
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    Originally Posted by Daniel Evans
    I don't think anyone is slating the format of a sales video.

    They are slating the format of a terrible sales video.
    No, I agree the sale video is terrible, I was just pointing out the fact that with every sales video, people always point out the obvious things such as rented cars, paid actors and so on, as if they were expecting to see REAL people (i.e. the product creator himself)

    Judging the product on face value is all people have because the vendor gives nothing else.
    I understand this, and that's what needs to be changed and show on the sales video, but I also understand that a lof the time, showing what the product is could give away the method and so on.

    That's why I express due diligence to people involved in buying products. There are countless resources out there to help people make up their own mind after seeing what's included. Also with the ease of availability these days (buying for a dollar, free trial) people should act on that and make their own decision knowing they are backed by a risk free 60 day money back guarantee.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Originally Posted by Josh Monroe View Post

      No, I agree the sale video is terrible, I was just pointing out the fact that with every sales video, people always point out the obvious things such as rented cars, paid actors and so on, as if they were expecting to see REAL people (i.e. the product creator himself)
      Seeing the product creator in a video is quite common. I've already watched about 5 videos today and I believe each featured the creator.

      As I edited my previous post to mention, actors certainly aren't to be considered as a staple of a sales video.


      I understand this, and that's what needs to be changed and show on the sales video, but I also understand that a lof the time, showing what the product is could give away the method and so on.
      A sales video can still be made informative yet remain blind.

      Sometimes it takes nothing more than a creator introducing themselves and telling their story.

      That's why I express due diligence to people involved in buying products. There are countless resources out there to help people make up their own mind after seeing what's included. Also with the ease of availability these days (buying for a dollar, free trial) people should act on that and make their own decision knowing they are backed by a risk free 60 day money back guarantee.
      The sales page / video needs to function as an effective standalone.

      If it doesn't then money is "left on the table" as the saying goes.

      Not everyone will use initiative and venture forth to seek out reviews of the product so the entire presentation needs to be structured with that in mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucian Lada
    Josh Monroe: it's one thing when the product is good, but the presentation is bad, and another one when the presentation is full of cliches and horrible acting, all trying to impress you in a such an obvious way.

    "Long hours, bad pay - I used to be in that spot, too", "money on complete (boy, do they like to emphasize this part) auto-pilot", "fast money, no work", "no computer/technical skills required", etc, doesn't help the credibility, and to top it off, the vendor is giving the course away for free? "Yeah right" is what immediately springs into my mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    The typical purchaser does not make any money using this system
    Ah, um no sheep Sherlock!

    Perhaps he can get a job as a stand up comic.
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  • Profile picture of the author sabluuk
    haha, this is sooooo soooo bad.
    "come join me for my morning coffee" omg... do people fall for this? do they really?
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Having watched it again, it reminds me of the type of presentations that were rife in the 80's, played to office employees on so called "training days".
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  • Profile picture of the author FrednCO
    Holy Cow! This guy is too much, he wouldn't let me leave the page! Did he have cheese in his coffee? That was pretty desperate....
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  • Profile picture of the author dylan4f
    wow..8 exit pop ups.. and the TV inside the limo rocks
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  • Profile picture of the author BeauJustin
    Golly that was bad.

    Value perceived, is value understood.
    Value understood, is value believed.

    Gave it five minutes. Didn't believe a word of what he said.

    Did anyone else notice that the wife in that family buying the
    home looked like she had just signed away her soul?
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    • Profile picture of the author Dustin Lyle
      Originally Posted by ViceHood View Post

      So to be an Internet Marketing genius I have to push this type of foolishness? God help me!!

      Do people actually buy this stuff?
      Why yes, They do!
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  • Profile picture of the author cullenpowell
    Funny because its still better than 99% of WSO videos.
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  • Profile picture of the author goindeep
    Originally Posted by belgianguy View Post

    I couldn't stop watching this sales video, not because it was good, but because it was so bad I couldn't stop laughing. It is very obvious these people are very bad actors who have been given a script. I can't believe this guy actually thinks other people believe this nonsense.

    Enjoy: project first sale
    Kind of like all the network marketing aka MLM videos. Lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oliver Williams
    This is a special type of cheese designed to basically take advantage of newbies, very patronizing.

    For me the experience was like being force fed do do
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamesgregory
    I find it incredibly difficult to take this guy seriously. I could try and squander more entertainment value out of it.. but 3 minutes was enough. I feel bad for those who fall for this, although their lesson may prove valuable (as many of us have experienced).

    He's obviously insecure, not a real speaker, and his script copy is horrendous at best. I'm not trying to use this reply to bash him, but a product going from $49 to $9? That tell's you immediately that it's only (maybe) worth $9 and obviously not $49. I do not have respect for anyone who markets like that... but he probably converts like $#!* sorry I'm not sorry..!
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  • Profile picture of the author lucidbs
    I think the owner wants to proof something. But I got tired of listening of the b.s.. Especially it has 4 pop ups asking me to stay on page. For newbie, I don't know but not for me.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tony Marriott
      Only 4, you were let off light.

      Exit pop-ups were pretty strange to. Video said everything was free.
      First pop up said he would give me $30 (meant $30 off)
      Next pop-up said I could have it for one time $1 payment
      Next pop-up said I cold have it for one time $9 payment????????????
      Next Pop-said it was free
      Next Pop-up started a new sales video at which point I slashed my wrists
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      • Profile picture of the author butters
        For some reason I had in my mind that the helicopter was going to explode at the start What a disappointment!!
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      • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
        Originally Posted by Tony Marriott View Post

        Only 4, you were let off light.

        Exit pop-ups were pretty strange to. Video said everything was free.
        First pop up said he would give me $30 (meant $30 off)
        Next pop-up said I could have it for one time $1 payment
        Next pop-up said I cold have it for one time $9 payment????????????
        Next Pop-said it was free
        Next Pop-up started a new sales video at which point I slashed my wrists
        I only got as far as the $9 payment.

        I guess I was spared the worst. :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Stuart Walker
    Dreadful. I managed to escape after just one exit pop up thankfully.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alpha123
    He sounds like a robot and has about 6 pop ups at the end
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    • Profile picture of the author Marty S
      I thought the movie was pretty good. For anyone who didn't see it, here is the spoiler >

      It's a documentary about a nasal-pitched alien dude that abducts 3 dim-witted humans into his rented, 1980's looking, 4 wheeled spaceship. He then tricks them into getting into an earth vessel helicopter where they tour the airport, and transfer to yet another 4 wheeled spaceship.

      After this crazy travel adventure, the alien dude entraps them into his earth based home where we discover he eats too much cheese and covered his alien existence by working at Starbucks.

      Through advanced technology, the alien dude was able to discover an incredible thing called the "internet" and a website called "clickbank". He then directs the 3 numbskulls into creating outrageous wealth within 25 minutes.

      Eventually, the 3 dimwits replicate themselves to the point where the "internet" becomes full of spam creating, link generating, article marketing zombies that are all controlled by the alien dude who takes a cut off the top. Sadly, the zombies kill themselves off because there is not enough food to go around, and the alien dude is seen in the final scene of the movie eating at his kitchen table with a shark-like smile.

      But stay tuned for the sequel -

      "What ever happened to John Reese?"
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    I love when he waves at Darell when he is only 2 feet away, then shakes his hand

    "I am not here to impress you, but I'm going to give these 3 students a ride to my house in my private helicopter"

    This guy is full of B.S, I live in a bigger house than him, and I am not rich lol


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  • Profile picture of the author Bexy
    OMG, that is sooo bad! Cringe worthy...ouch!
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    • Profile picture of the author livo
      Really terrible and its like so many emails iam receiving at the moment.

      As soon as i saw the helicopter land and then the B movie type actor (who seem to popping up all of the time.) i just had to switch off
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  • Hahaha Thats given me a laugh today thanks!

    I also clicked off it and got the OTO video too! Funny stuff!\




    Just clicked again and another OTO and another!!!!

    This guy is funny offering a $1 OTO followed by a $9 downsell hahaha
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