Hey BHW users, been in hiding for a while working on some stuff.I was researching the legalities of selling digital products as a vendor on Clickbank, such as regulations of crossing state lines and FTC guidelines. I myself have purchased a few products from the IM niche only to see what it is they are doing. Just like I thought: insane amounts of flashy upsells, claims about helping consumers to becoming the next quadrillionaire by distributing their viral mini ebooks, or paying for traffic to go to their squeeze pages. I'm not saying that this doesn't work, or else they wouldn't be doing it. My questions is what stops the FTC from suing the daylights out of them? They have some crazy claims. Sure, they might have taken a screenshot from their vendor account, but obviously the money was made from selling the product as a vendor, not by the techniques depicted in the "SECRET MONEY PUSH BUTTON GRAB" system. What constitutes as "proof" to Clickbank, or does Clickbank not give a shit, and mitigate all legal trouble to the vendor? Do vendors just pay their lawyers to write up a slick earnings disclaimer? Does this sweet disclaimer allow them to make some awesome videos/screenshots of clickbank account that could have never been doctored(LOL)?Or does the FTC not give a shit about Clickbank products, and focus on other services that actually rake in millions a day from scammy business practices?Would be nice to hear your guys' input! EDIT:Formatting at my day job is a bitch!