No, it isn't because I refund on products (I rarely refund - In fact, I think it was 2010 the last time I ever refunded on anything).
They tend to dislike me because I read their entire sales letter and ask them valid questions.
Sound odd?... It really isn't.
Over the years I have written a multitude of sales letters, and in most of those letters I actually took great care to misdirect people with my words.
To structure things so that you (the reader) wouldn't think of asking me the right questions (the questions I didn't want you to ask because it wouldn't be good for sales).
Before I go any further, let me point out that I no longer deal in the underhanded side of Internet Marketing. My eyes were opened in 2010 and since that time I have never mislead or overstated anything on any product I have developed or sold.
I went beyond white hat. I went into "Truth" marketing.
Now I simply help other people to see the truth. It doesn't matter if the truth is good or bad, I simply help expose it.
I do it by simply asking questions to sellers who have some product or service that I am personally interested in purchasing (so, no, I don't just pick on people randomly).
I read their sales letter while fully understanding their tactics no matter how well disguised they are, and if there are comments, I read every single one of those as well.
And then I ask the right questions. The questions that if the sellers promotional material is completely legit, he/she will have no issue responding to, but if they got a little to creative and crossed that line into outright deception, they cringe at seeing my questions.
Some respond on the thread defensively (a really bad idea), some do not respond at all (really the best idea, even though it exposes the truth), and some send me PM's asking me to not "throw them under the bus".
I don't attack these people. I simply ask the questions that the average person does no know to ask.
The results so far strongly indicate that I will not be receiving Christmas cards from many sellers here on WF.
This morning I woke up thinking about - "MORE" - What more can I do to be an asset to the Internet Marketing community.
I don't sell or promote anything that isn't 100% above-board, I don't give fake testimonials just because a seller decides to comp me a free copy of his product, I only give full reviews to products that I have purchased myself, and I don't refund no matter how crappy the product is... So, I already do more for the IM community than most.
But, back to MORE...
For those of you here that haven't quite "made it" yet, and you're trying your best to learn, you are taking action, but money is limited, every penny counts and you need to make sure you don't throw away your limited resources on another re-hashed useless product that isn't going to offer you any benefit, I'll help you.
If you have your eye on some product either here on WF or somewhere else and it sounds amazing, but you just aren't sure, just get in touch with me and point me to the sales page.
I'll go over their sales material and I'll tell you the right questions to ask that seller (or I'll ask them for you if you prefer to avoid potential confrontation).
When you ask the right questions to a seller who uses deceptive wording and misdirection in his sales material (he does this to hide the fact that his product may have zero value, or less), he does not like it.
Either way, you ask, or I'll ask for you, but we will get a much better idea of the truth depending on how that seller replies (if he replies).
People are "good" by their very nature, and sometimes a good person will "embellish" on their sales letter because they do not see it as talking to a person, they see it more like standing on a corner shouting out their offer to everyone.
However, when faced with answering a direct question from a "real person" they really don't want to lie, so they will respond in 1 of 3 ways...
 They will attack you in some way for asking the question.
 They will ignore your question and hope you go away.
 They will reply with additional misdirection to sway the topic away from your core question.
 They actually tell the truth.
It is your money on the line. Your money and your time. You are working toward achieving something, you are willing to invest both time and money, so you deserve to know that you are spending both as wisely as possible.
So, if you want help in assessing a product you are considering purchasing, just get in touch with me and I'll help you out so that you can make your purchase decision based more on sound information than on emotion.
And in case you are wondering - No, you don't have to pay me or join my mailing list or anything else. This "is what it is". I'm just offering to help from one marketer to another. No strings attached.
I'm just keeping them honest.