I Don’t Know About You, But I Feel It Aien’t Right

Sincerely, Meet guru John.

John’s a nice guy.

He’s an army veteran. A marine perhaps?

He’s got a bunch of YouTube videos.

He seems like the kind of guy you’d want to team up in a business.

And that’s exactly what you do.

You email John.

You speak with John on the phone.

John invites you to work together.

You fork out the $1,000 membership fee and $100 set up fee.

You’re sitting on the edge of your kitchen stool waiting for instructions.

But John doesn’t give you much besides some lame video tutorials you could easily find on YouTube.

You email John.

Silence.

You get a little fed up and you send him a really angry email demanding help or refund.

Cue the major personality shift on John’s part.

He never gave you any special attention before, but now you feel the animosity.

He talks down to you as if you were an entitled 4-year-old asking for more cake.

You put all your trust into this guy and invested so much time and money so you stick around yet the only person making money is him.

Not you.

I don’t know about you, but I feel it isn’t right.

If you paid someone for help, they ought to help you.

If they can’t or won’t, they should give you your money back and get the hell out of your way.

Aren’t you tired of paying people to ignore you?

How much longer are you willing to sit there and take it?

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