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Stephen Ducharme is one of the new kids on the block. Over the last couple of years he has claimed that he is the free ad guru that gets about 20,000 visitors to his web site a day. He claims his unique style and sales copy is what keeps his orders coming in all day long. Mr. Ducharme claims to get all of his traffic without spending money for advertising.
However, in his sales letter you'd swear that he found a push button goldmine that will get millions of visitors to your site without some blood, sweat, and tears. I know marketers tend to exaggerate a little, but I believe he goes a little overboard. But we'll cut Mr. Ducharme some slack here. He says that his course will show you how to achieve all of these visitors to your site without spending money on advertising. His methods are based on getting high rankings in google and other search engines.
One thing I have found out about his course is that people loved it or hated it. The people that hated it I think were under the impression that this is some magic pill and traffic will just instantly appear. But those of us who have made money on the internet realize that the magic pill just doesn't exist.
The following is an experience of one of his customers:
“The scoop: Mr. Ducharme isn't a bad guy, and has some good material, I just don't think it's a big secret as some may claim. Just before the holidays, I received several emails from the firm of the above named individual and after considerable thought my wife and I decided to become members by sending him the amount of money he requested <95.41 in euro>. I received the manual and over the holidays I had the opportunity to study the material.
After the holidays and with him telling us how wealthy he is and about his lake and home and expensive car, I was lured to believe that this may be a good opportunity to enrich my economic situation (I'm a Doctor) so I signed up sending him an additional 34.euro or 39.00euro I believe< The credit card of course would turn it into dollars>
I received the so called welcome letter and instructions as to how to proceed reassuring me that if I had any problems to contact them.
I started to put the plan together and did run into some technical problems for I'm not a computer genius and decided to contact the firm. I waited a day, then 2days, wrote again, wrote to the finance ClickBank Receipt#IVC8JV3J ($97.00USD) for help and of course the ClickBank rightfully said they cannot help me. I wrote to AWeber (Company recommended by them) and again I was told that they could not help me.
Finally I sent an email requesting a refund since what he promised did not occur. NO RESPONSE!! I sent a second email requesting a refund! No RESPONSE again, and 3rd email the same. Yet I'm still receiving emails from other victims that have probably joined him and do not know the true purpose of his activities, who of course do not know that I'm a member as well and they try to lure me in joining him.
Please help me help others from becoming victims.”
All I can say is that when claims are as big as his they probably are not true. The “it is too good to be true principal,” really is a principal that should be followed in instances like these. You be the judge on this one. If you have excellent results from using his info please let me know.
I personally will not even bother. I do not recommend his information.
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