So... here's the deal. |
(Name) wants to promote your offer to his list.
... just not as your affiliate.
Think of him more like eBay, the Amazon Marketplace, or Etsy.
Here's how it works:
(Name)'s affiliates send him their leads and he converts them into buyers.
To do that, he needs offers to put in front of these leads.
... and not just any offer either.
We need offers with solid EPC's, low refunds and good feedback... which is why I reached out to you.
We think your offer would be a great fit for our system and wanted to offer it to our list.
So... here's what we'd like to do:
#1 - Host your sales letter on our site
#2 - Add your offer (including upsells) to our shopping cart
#3 - Collect 100% of the frontend and upsell sales
#4 - Send our buyer leads to your download page so you can pitch them your other offers or send them to an affiliate offer
#5 - Add our buyers to your email list so you can follow up with them and pitch them even more offers
Every time one of our leads purchases your offer, you'll get a fresh buyer lead added to your email list and another buyer hitting your download page to see the offers you're promoting on it.
Does this sound like something you'd be interested in?
This guy wants to take my offer, put it on HIS hosting, keep all the profit, and in exchange send me the leads. WTF, you must have lost your mind...
I'm not in the business of giving away free whitelabels.
Ok, so maybe, maybe a newbie who has no list and needs to build one would potentially benefit from this. But personally I have a zillion affiliates who bring me new buyer leads, why on earth would I want to hand over control and all the profits of my product in "hopes" that he would "potentially" bring me a couple buyer leads.
Normally I wouldn't post about this, but what shocked me was I received this message from someone with over 1,000 posts on the forum who is somewhat well known.
Am I completely missing something here? Just sounds real fishy to me but perhaps I'm not getting the full picture. Thoughts?