One of my best friends, someone that I've known since I was a
teenager (which seems like a long time ago!), had a great
collection of T-Shirts with some of the funniest slogans on them
that I've ever seen.
One of my favorites was his T-Shirt that read: “If You Can't Dazzle
‘em with Brilliance, Baffle ‘em with Bull****” (You can probably fill
in the blanks quite easily!)
There are a tremendous number of web sites selling Information
on the Internet who are doing just that. Completely lacking in
anything even remotely resembling brilliance, they are spending
a great deal of effort, and seriously taxing their few active brain
cells, in order to Baffle you into buying sub-standard Information
We are in the business of providing information on genuine Drop
Shippers. We publish a Directory of brand name product
distributors who are willing to Drop Ship those products directly to
your customer from the warehouse, one at a time, at wholesale.
It’s an excellent way to do business without spending a ton of
money on stocking an inventory. We've worked very hard for
years to provide absolutely honest and complete information.
However, there are other information providers in this business
who are either too lazy to do the time-consuming research this
business requires, or are just outright scam artists looking to
cheat you out of your money.
They have a wide range of methods they use to Baffle you into
buying from them, but one of the most obvious is Free Gifts.
Now, we have to be careful here, because there are two kinds
of Free Gifts.
1.) Free Gifts given to you before the sale are usually a good
thing. We do that ourselves; we offer a very comprehensive Free
EBook that gives you a tremendous amount of FREE information
on starting your Internet Business. We give you that for free, no
questions asked, no personal information required, and you never
have to buy anything from us. THAT kind of Free Gift is OK,
because it really is Free!
2.) Free Gifts that are promised after the sale are the thing to
watch out for. They are designed to make the offer look so
attractive to you that you simply cannot turn it down. They are,
in fact, given to you because the main informational product itself
is so lousy that it’s creators feel that they have to suck you in with
after-the-sale freebies, or they'll never sell anything to you at all.
However, in order to get all these Free Gifts, you have to buy
Here’s how these scam artists work:
They pitch their junk Informational Product to you with all kinds of
wonderful promises, telling you that you're going to make
incredible amounts of money very quickly.
That in itself is not true! NOBODY makes incredible amounts of
money quickly on the Internet. In the real world, it takes time,
patience, and work!
THEN they tell you that if you order their information, they will
include “$750 Worth of Bonus Free Gifts!” with your order, or
some such ridiculous statement. They tell you that you will get
Marketing Information, Email Generation Software, Important
Articles and Reports, Expensive EBooks, Bonus Wholesale
Guides, etc., etc., for FREE, after you buy their product.
Freebies that you only get AFTER the sale are there for
They make you think you're getting much more that you are
paying for, when in truth you are not; you can pick up that
stuff for free without buying anything. All that Free Stuff is
just that; it’s FREE, it’s garbage, and you can find it all
over the Internet for nothing, without having to pay a cent
for anybody’s products. The scam artists certainly do not
pay for it; why should you?
They are a distraction
. The scam artists are counting on
the very good probability that you will spend so much time
with, and get so caught up in all that extra free stuff that
you will forget that the original product you paid for is
junk, and you'll never bother to ask for a refund!
So Beware of Informational Web Sites offering Free Gifts after
the sale, folks. There is a reason for it, and it’s not a good one!
Maybe they should also offer a T-Shirt with those “gifts”…I know a
guy who can suggest a good one…
WorldWide Brands, Inc.