So I was checking out the competition in a few niches, and I noticed some which are pushing ebook sales offer a 30-60 day satisfaction/money back guarantee. How can they do this if they are selling fake/mediocre content? Do they figure that people will be too lazy to try and get their money back or is the guarantee fake and they don't have to honor it? For example, guy trying to sell an ebook on how to get your ex girlfriend back, says something like "if you don't benefit from/aren't successful with my methods then you can get a full refund within 30 days". This is just a hypothetical, but there is obviously no "method" to 100% get your ex back when 90% of it is based on your specific situation. Short questions: Are the moneyback/satisfaction guarantees I see on squeeze/landing pages real? And are the site owners binded by law etc. to honor this guarantee? Can't anyone just buy the ebook, download it and then "lie" saying they weren't at all satisfied in order to get their money back and the ebook for free?