We like to spend our money on different programs and products to give a complete and honest review. That’s the entire basis behind I’ve Tried That. But, every so often we come across programs that are just downright evil and we refuse to contribute any money to the owner’s attempts at ripping others off. The Guru Enforcer is one such program.
A Presell Page as Ugly as They Come
I had the rather unfortunate experience of having to read through the entire presell page. Not only was it aesthetically unpleasant, but it was also a grammatical nightmare. At the very least, the author could have ran the text through some sort of spell check program. If you’ve read my How To: Spot the Presell Page before and have the courage to view the page (No, I won’t link to it), then you’ll see some striking similarities.
The page starts off with obnoxious bold flashing text that basically calls the reader stupid. Great hook, right? Continue down the page and you’ll see enough yellow-backgrounded text to make your eyes burn. If you aren’t blinded by the repugnant text, you’ll see more than enough Clickbank images to make your head spin. It’s also safe to say that every Clicbank image on the page is doctored with one exception: the image showing a balance of $0.00. How can I be so sure? The author uses overlapping dates and simply changes the numbers around to show exuberant earnings.
Gurus, Secret Groups, and Unicorns
What do they all have in common? They don’t exist. I’m completely sick of looking at the word guru and hearing about secret affiliate groups where members sit around and drink liquefied gold in their floating palaces. It’s all a big marketing scam. The author claims to have tried over 50 different online programs and offers quick reviews on each one. They are all negative for the simple reason of making it look like the product at hand is the golden opportunity. I’ll put it simply: it’s not.
Finally, a product isn’t even for sale on this given page. Once you reach the bottom, you’ll be linked to yet ANOTHER presell page where the author of the Guru Enforcer will be given commission granted you make a purchase. I haven’t tried it, nor will I be trying it.
My Very Own Ebook
In all honesty, I’m fairly confident I can create my own ebook, market it, and sell it for
$97 $47 and make a nice chunk of change for a few months. But I won’t for one simple reason: I’ll be literally robbing others of their money. It’s beyond my mental capacity how sites like The Guru Enforcer and LegitOnlineJobs are legally allowed to exist. For now, avoid these types of ebooks like the plague. They are simply a waste of time and money.
What YOU can do
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