These so-called gurus start off with making a fundamental mistake in marketing, which is to read a presentation to a potential buyer! With that the message is sent that the buyer is either illiterate or hearing impaired and consequently offensive. The other mistake is that you never use a Tom, Dick or Harry off the street as a promoter or for testimonials. I know, they try to make a point that it can be done by anyone, but then why would you write in the disclaimer that "Each individual's success depends on his or her background, dedication, desire and motivation ...." ?
The next mistake is even more blatant. Gary sends me an email stating with the caption "Free Commissions..." and then claims "Let me be honest with you... You're not going to get rich earning free commissions... but, you can earn a couple of three and four figure checks." For starters, the last thing I would expect Gary to be is honest.
Then you start to look at the video presentation and right off the bat you're told that you'll be given access to millions of dollars in commissions for free. I won't go through my usual routine of picking apart the (total rubbish/same old story) claims made in the video presentation one by one. Instead I will just focus on the important point made in the Disclaimer which are clearly contradictory to the claims made!
1. "Every effort has been made to accurately represent the product(s) sold through this website and their potential. Any claims made or examples given are believed to be accurate, however, should not be relied on in any way in making a decision whether or not to purchase."
2. "There is no guarantee you will duplicate the results stated here."
3. "You recognize any business endeavour has inherent risk for loss of capital."
4. "This is a new system and there are no typical results."
5. "This product does not guarantee income or success."
6. "You may also experience unknown or unforeseeable risks which can reduce results..."
7. "No express or implied guarantees of success are made by our company."
Surely anyone would agree, after having looked at the presentation! Also have a look at the Affiliates page and you will recognize right away, what a buyer can expect. A rip-off!
Also I would urge anyone to have a look at Scamadviser.com and what they have to say about this website. Now you know that this scheme is very new (and not expected to last long) and more importantly, the owner is hiding their identity!
Lastly I always have to point out that the money-back guarantee is not as claimed to be 100% safe for you, but rather for the blokes mentioned above! It is actually very much conditional and very ambiguously so! I suppose that is why any buyer will have to acknowledge that there will be the loss of capital!