Fortune Files. Month 1.
The sales letter for Fortune Files impressed heavily that you were going to be using a special code to raid the accounts of the ‘Super Rich B*#!*#S’. To me and I am sure many others that suggests banks and millionaires which I suspect it is supposed to – clever marketing.
He talks about what the ‘Super Rich’ are up to to get all these millions, private banks specially set up, loopholes, codes and how I can get access to their private bank all 100% legally.
All this for £127 and a 30day money back guarantee if I am not satisfied with the results. Lead on…..
Module 1 Arrives. I found the accompanying letter a bit patronising – as if it were meant for a 5 year old. Maybe I am being a bit unfair and Michael White is just trying to make everything easy to follow even for a complete beginner.
The first 26 pages of the manual was filled with what to my mind is waffle to pad it out. He talks about opting out of the rat race and that he has tried every type of business in the past but nothing compares to this.
It goes on to tell you about everything that you don’t need for this type of business and that you just have to copy him. He mentions creating wealth, the ultimate home business, riding the next big wave, gold mines of the past and how the gold mines of the future are ‘information’.
I honestly feel that most of the first 26 pages could have easily been covered in 8 to 10 pages. A lot of it was repeated and over emphasized. Possibly I am being a bit unfair as I have seen so many sales letters and information packs over the years. Maybe to someone totally new to internet marketing this may be just what they want to hear and find it all very interesting. Anyway, on page 26 we get to the:
Quick Start instructions:
Ready-Made Data baron Business 1: ‘The Robin Hood Code’
You are sent to a website to download a single document that has a space at the bottom for you to enter your ‘Special Code’ – which by the way you don’t get until next month.
There is also a list of what you need to get started:
Access to a computer.
Access to a good quality printer.
Regular white A4 size printer paper.
A box of envelopes (any size will do, so get the cheapest).
I would disagree with the remark about the envelopes. There is nothing more off-putting than a sheet of paper over folded to fit into a small envelope. My choice would always be either an A4 or an A5 envelope so you either get no fold or just one fold. It gives a much better impression.
Ready-made Data Baron Business 2: ‘Compensation For Being Targeted’
You are told to get two large envelopes and mark one ‘Wealth’ and the other ‘Health’. From now on any promotions you receive in the mail gets put into either one or other of these two envelopes. If you receive email promotions just print them off and add them as well.
Later he is going to reveal the secret to how he made £187,000 from just one of these promotions For this second business apparently, for legal reasons, he has to – “train you fully in all aspects of this business to get your license. Most of the training will come from reading all 10 modules fully.” No dropping out then.
There follows a few more paragraphs about how you will go further up the ladder with each module and these valuable trade secrets are reserved for members only and how the rewards of this business are well worth doing it properly.
What have I learned from this module? Not a lot really but then I am not a total new comer to the internet. I have to say though that from what I have read so far I have absolutely no idea what this secret system is – so how can I tell if I think it is worth my first month’s payment. Do I want a refund or not?
Purely out of curiosity I have decided to forgo my refund but I think 30 days is a bit stingy when most sellers give either 60 or 90 days for a refund. I will carry on and follow all Michael White’s instructions to the letter and see how I get on.
Come back and see how next month’s module pans out.
Cheers til then.