This is BlackHatWorld, and while we're not a bunch of swindlers and thieves, and most of us provide products of genuine value to our customers/visitors, let's be honest: some of us here are promoting products that you know damn well are not worth the money... Penis enlargement, guides on how to win the lottery, Forex bots... The target market for these products is gullible people. Anyone with a shred of common sense knows that things like these do not work... Your penis size is what it is and you're stuck with it, the only way to increase your odds of winning the lottery is to buy more tickets, and no computer program available to the general public can "make money on autopilot" trading Forex. I'm just wondering what everyone else's opinion on this is... On one hand, you are making a profit from a person's bad decision; that is, spending money on something that does not work. For example, 90% of these "money-making guides" are worthless and scammy as hell, and poor people desperate for money purchase them hoping to improve their situation. They would have been better off saving that money for rent or their kid's college fund or something, but they bought that worthless e-book instead. But on the other hand, some would say it's just good business sense. It's not YOUR fault that they spend money on stupid things; that's just what they do. It's a lifelong habit. That money they spent buying some scam e-book from your affiliate link is just a drop in the bucket of bad financial decisions they have made. I'm not trying to demonize or accuse anyone of "taking advantage of people," I'm just wondering what everyone else's viewpoint is on this situation. Some of us have promoted products that we personally would not purchase in a million years (and I'll admit it, I've done this) - Do you think it's right, wrong, a morally grey area? - How much do you care or think about it? - How far would you go (or not go) to make money in IM? What is your moral limit?