Probably all members received a newsletter from Marc today announcing "the easiest product in the world to sell". He is referring to e-books via the selling package that John Thornhill is promoting.
I have always believed that if something sounds too good to be true, then it probably isn't true.
Marc, as your newsletter was signed by you ... see the copy and paste below....
are we to understand that you are promoting this as a surefire scheme that is guaranteed successful? The email did not come from John Thornhill, it came from you.
As a result of this and my faith in Salehoo's advice, I did a quick search on Salehoo forums and found that this same thing had been promoted back in 2007, and there were also posts in 2008. They were not very complimentary, and members who had "signed up" stated that it was a waste of time and money. Not in those words exactly, but members today can read for it for themselves. Just do a site search of John Thornhill.
What has changed over the last few years that Salehoo is now again promoting this scheme through the latest newsletter to come from Marc Ransom? For me, Salehoo's stamp of recommendation seems to be on this programme, otherwise why have we all received this email?
I would like to hear from other members who signed up for John Thornhill's product and have been happy with the result. If any of you are reading this, could you please let the rest of us know how you are getting on.