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Seriously... what suckers buy into this shit?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by tywebb, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. tywebb

    tywebb Regular Member

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    Just got a spam email from offervault:

    Seriously? 1 click of a button makes $390k? Who the hell really believes all this? It must work or people wouldn't be selling I guess. Shame on you suckers out there! You know who you are!
     
  2. hateandbreak

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    um he's probably trying to get more Optins to his Email list dude. And Newbies fall for this shit cause they are not aware....
     
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    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    "$389,783 in just
    60 days " O yeah... why the spammer doesn't make it by himself if the method is good?
     
  4. popcrdom29

    popcrdom29 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Believe it or not suckers do fall for this crap. Luckily we smart blackhatters know better and we know what scams to look out for.

    If that email was sent to every BHW member here, I'm willing to bet that none of them would fall for it. Except for a few newbies maybe.
     
  5. SpazzyMcSpazz

    SpazzyMcSpazz Regular Member

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    "The bigger the bullshit the more they believe it"
     
  6. KeyzDT

    KeyzDT Power Member

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    A software program that makes $389,783 in just 60 days at the press of a button?

    His next project should be a softwre program that pushes the button all day long...

    :rolleyes:
     
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    unknownassailant Newbie

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    I am amazed at what people will buy. There's an a** for every car seat.
     
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    Damn... I love P.T. Barnum ! :)
     
  9. H2oBoy

    H2oBoy Regular Member

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    On one end, a lot of people fall for this type of super-hyper marketing, believe in what they read and whip out their credit cards with hopes of raking in some serious money in no time...

    on the other hand...

    When they don't come even remotely close to making the amount of stated income...and/or...find out that there's more to using the software (domain name/web-hosting/etc.etc. and thus, more money needed to even get started), then their hopes are thwarted, they start talking about "so-and-so" and how their 'supposed income claims' are totally BS...and then we wonder why "affiliate/internet marketing" has such a bad reputation...

    It's a double-sided sword I tell you..... ;-)
     
  10. Remington

    Remington Regular Member

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    I think he IS:

    It doesn't say who gets the $390k the software makes. It could be him that's getting the money. It's worded so it doesn't explicitly say the user would get it.

    $390k/300 copies.

    That'd be about $1300 per software copy sold. Pricey, but if he got 300 suckers, BAM there's $390k FOR HIM in 60 days with the push of the (send spam) button.
     
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