Because it was a rehashed copy of a product that I had released a few months back. In my WSO, I had made a small error. This exact error was also replicated. I couldn't believe it. So, I looked at the buyer list for my WSO, and true enough... the creator of this 'new' WSO was on it.
Of course, the new WSO was in video format because it adds 'perceived' value. Which is just another way of saying that it takes more work to write a PDF than waffle on a video. And there were a few teeny additions which were neither useful nor necessary.
So, all income claims and other bull on the salespage were just hype.
Now I bear no grudges and I'm not losing sleep over this. However, there are thousands of newbies on this forum who need to be aware... Always take the salespage of any WSO with 3 tablespoons of salt. There are so many fake income claims, reviews by people who never even try the products, etc. Be very aware. I'll explain a few terms.
OTO = Something you will probably see again in the membership area or in future emails
My "good friend" = I'm an affiliate for this guy
Sign up for product updates = I'm gonna email the shit out of you now. Ha!
No thanks. I'd rather do this the long way = I think you're a dumbass for not buying my OTO
'Never before seen' method = Probably was in a WSO a few months back
The countdown timer at the bottom of a salespage = This is Mission Impossible and you're Ethan Hunt. QUICK ETHAN! BUY THE WSO!
I hope the ethics amongst marketers change. Just because everyone adopts certain dodgy tactics and they become the new norm does not make it right. There's more to life than making a few bucks.