I have seen my share of flaky biz owners offline...but nothing compared to the online cesspool.
Just now I found one of those strange fly-by posts , bad grammar, no meaning, and out of curiosity looked up the photo in Google reverse image - found it was lifted from a young lady's site who IS an expert in English grammar. Ho Ha Ha
You really can't trust people online - and I say that as a person who was online when it was bbs, and who had a 9k modem, on Prodigy, Compuserve, and the Original America Online.
In fact, after I racked up a $270 phone bill one month I became a forum mod in the "freebies forum" haha.
I was a beta tester for paypal...do you know they gave us $5 for every sign up, up to 2500...then I used my (late) dear Dad and boyfriend and got them each $2500 too
I was on Commission Junction when it had a little choo choo train and limited offers
But now? Sorry...the online stuff has just gotten so dirty and unreal. This idea of getting over on people is so common now. Most of these gurus are only making money selling rehash junk to people with starry eyes and dreams. I am so sick of the fakes and phoneys.
It is really depressing to watch them troll around....as soon as some new person asks a question the "sellers" jump on it, each pushing their own deal
I have to laugh at some of them with their outlandish claims. I have to laugh at the "reviewers"....some old hick in bumpuddle Middle USA sitting in a cluttered kitchen spouting off their "learned opinion".
If they really made the money they claim, the feds would be after them just as they went after McCorkle, etc. They are small potatoes - but rotten taters all the same IMHO.
Well here we have a real winner - a profile picture stolen from a real website and a fake stupid "bio" written with a ridiculous translation program.