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How to find providers of autoblog creations service?

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by theIMMachine, Apr 24, 2012.

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  1. theIMMachine

    theIMMachine Regular Member

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    In the words of the late great George Carlin, "It's all Bullshit Folks".

    The only one running now is a relist that ended 7 days ago. Can't file a dispute for 3 days and then takes 3 days to approve so listed 7th day for free (shill bidder didn't pay - LOL). So now he's on second run and shilling again hoping to catch a real bid.

    Selling like hotcakes? Umm - no. He's caught a couple fish but he won't last long.

    Gotta love his feedback thought. It looks like he got mixed up which account he was logged into and while logged in as the buyer he left himself negative feedback - lmao. What buyer leaves feedback for a seller as "never paid me"? This seller wins the Stupid Award for the week.

    Take a look at the autoblogs he has on a couple of those websites. Nobody is paying $197 each for that shit and ordering 5-20-40 at a time. Email the first winner of the blog that is set up and running and ask him how well he's doing - lol. I bet he hasn't had a single sale. You must find total idiots to order $30 MNS sites for $200 each. This guy says he's doing it a dozen times a month. It's all BS.

    Lastly, go and look at his earnings proof. Now go and look at the website product prices. See anything suspect? Is there a SINGLE PayPal payment on his earnings proof that matches items for sale on his website? I didn't find one. LMAO - you'd think if providing fake earning proofs you'd at least match fake sales to services on the website.

    OK time to get to work but seriously don't consider anything this guy has listed as legitimate. If those are your auctions listed and you're just looking for BHW exposure you get an epic FAIL.
     
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    Oh... I didnt thought these much, Yeah I also noticed that payment SS and all the listings looks same, but what he got through flippa is just opened my mouth for a long time, coz there were no flippa members taking serious actions against him.

    Ok leave it, I dont care how he does.
    Well my question is if I am doing this in all legit way, could u please tell me how I need to execute it?