Folks, I'm waiting to hear that pigs are flying. I've just read a absolutely honest review of the Whitehat Copycat 2 system that totally blows the whistle on the shoddy marketing techniques that are being used to hawk it. These guys obviously are not interested in whether they sell any copies of the product. They even tell you not to go to the product's sales page until you've read their entire review, and they then go on to rip the crap out of the way it's being sold. Here's a sample:
Take a look at the animated banner at the bottom of this page. You'll be seeing it, and lots more like it, all over the web in the coming weeks. What's one crucial thing it says about the product? "Only 350 copies Available!". Folks, there's one word to describe that claim: BULLSHIT. If you think they are going to sell only 350 copies of their system, even just 350 copies at an "introductory" $37.00 price, we've got a bridge to sell you in New York.
And how about this:
The "Gurus," they say, show you doctored screenshots to fool you into thinking they make money as affiliates. So what do the WHCC2 folks do? They "log in" to their ClickBank account to show you that they don't have their own products; to "show you that all of the income we make is from REAL Affiliate Sales only!" Remember that "all," folks; they not only say it in the video, they actually spell it out on the slide in the screen capture.
People, you can register as many different ClickBank accounts as you want! Do you really think the account they showed you in this video is their only account? You know very well that they've got at least one account with products in it -- where do you think they're tracking their sales of Whitehat Copycat 2?
Read the whole Whitehat Copycat 2 review yourself, tell me if you don't think it's awesome! The funny thing is, they think Whitehat Copycat 2 itself is pretty good, but the way it's being sold is terrible. At the end of their review, they tell you that you're free to check the product out, but they hope you're doing it now with your eyes wide open. I'll be watching for more reviews by these folks in the future, believe me!