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Sometimes, the Masked Guru gets requests to review a 'Guru' or more correctly a 'wannabe guru' who isn't even worth the time to read, let alone paraphrase and email out. This is a partial list, which will, of course, be added to over time.
In fact, almost ANY of the 'systems' you see advertised on Google that don't explicity state what general method they use to make money fall into this camp. Often, they even claim to be free, so how can you lose? Easy. Let me explain. The 'docsmoney.com' is a classic. It's a 'free' system (although you can make a 'donation via paypal' if you like - what a sad case). All he wants is your email address, and then he will "share with you a secret method that will make you thousand's" (sic). Having gotten your email, jokers like this then send you to a page where they tell you to sign up for one of a number of online casinos using their affiliate link (which makes them $50 - $100 or so) and then they attempt to get you to try the useless crappy old 'Martingale system', pretending that it is some sort of new way to 'beat the casinos'. You CAN be sure of 2 things. Your email address will be unusable withing 30 minutes due to the volume of spam you start getting. And if you try to play any casino roulette game with a Martingale system, you'l be bankrupt in a day. Go google the term if you really are so stupid you think anyone would give you a 'free casino beating system'. The kindest thing you can do to little fuckers like 'docsmoney.com' is click his google ad every time you see it. this will cost him a fortune.
Adwords Vouchers Exposed
Yet another 'get google ads free' publication. Save your cash, here's the score:- SIgn up for a Godaddy domain reseller account at WildWestDomains.com . You allegedly get $125 of Google adwords credit, and $200 of MSN ad credits too. Use your 'free first account' to buy a domain for youself, and you'll apparently get the same again, so that's $650 total ad credits. Open 2 Google adwords accounts and use the credits. Cancel your Godaddy account before the end of the 30 day trial period. Make sure to delete all cookies, refresh your IP address, remove google toolbars etc before doing any of this, as Google etc understandably don't much like being scammed.
And of course, keep signing up for 'new' Google accounts (deleting cookies etc first) and they will offer you $50 free credit. Aside from the fact that you will need to employ a personal assistant in order to keep track of all your new adwords accounts, logins etc, if you get caught (sorry - WHEN) expect the full force of Google to descend on your ass, including banning of your IP, the websites you were trying to promote, and that kind of thing. If you really need $50 that bad, how about going out and getting a paper round???
This joker runs a bunch of sites including '23andfilthyrich.com' and 'getrichwithchris.com'. He's a 20 something nobody who still lives in Daddy's house and uses pictures of his Dad's cars to try and bolster his ludicrous claims that he is a 'successful internet marketer making $3000 a day'. Judging by his haircut and the clothes he wears in his poorly photoshopped scammy promotional pictures, the Masked Guru doubts he makes $3000 a YEAR. If you sign up for his 'service' you will find nothing inside but a bundle of 'reseller' ebooks, all out of date, and all available for free on the web. Chris Campbell is a classic case of 'fake it till you make it'. Unfortunatley for Chris Campbell, it's unlikely he will ever 'make it', and will most likely end up living with Ma & Pa till he's 50.
Rubbish. Someone who has read the 'Site Stealer' manual and believed every word of it, including recruiting affiliates on the old '100%' first sale principle. Nothing but an upsell for a bunch of out of date worthless recycled ebooks. You won't be able to get any refunds either because the affiliate sale is via PayPal, and they rarely enforce refunds against electronic products.
Small time player, been around a couple of years, pumps out about 1 ebook a week on the usual suspects (resell rights, 'secrets' of google ads etc). her main site is a blog, where you can see how well she is doing, because she offers to 'review your site or product on her blog for $40'. Now THAT'S success!
This is the new name for 'Site Stealer', which I have already reviewed. Changing the name doesn't change the idea which is.. well, read it now by signing up! ,
Oh, puh-leeeeze. 52 weekly mailings to ensure your success. yeah, right.