I sure hope I don’t get a ton of spam because I clicked on the “Evening Secret”. Well I guess it will be my fault if I do. When I first opened and started to read, I kept expecting to see a picture of a guy selling light bulbs out of a covered wagon.
I also blame myself for clicking on the ad that promised to reveal the secret if I only sent my e-mail address. As soon as I hit the send button I already had buyers remorse. I did get a response, but not the secret. I was not surprised when asked to download a PDF file.
Thanks, but no thanks. I can’t say that this is dishonest, but I do object to the shady way Daniel Eggersten is scamming this seemingly snake oil like secret. To many promises and not enough substance.
Not trying to step on anyone’s toes, but when someone promises to deliver something, and then they take you on this long trail from e-mail to e-mail to downloaded files it starts to smell.