Have you sold an item and are asked to accept a payment larger than the item amount? Well, put simply, you enter into a dialogue with scammers, simply to waste their time and resources.Whilst you are doing this, you will be helping to keep the scammers away from real potential victims and screwing around with the minds of deserving thieves.Met a new friend/penpal on a friendship/dating site who's asking you for money?Has a dying person contacted you wanting your help to give his money to charity?Because it’s one thing to be able to manipulate people for money with a junk product, and quite another to manipulate people and actually sell them something worthwhile. In order to test “Double Your Dating”, as well as a few other David De Angelo products, we devised a panel of 5 single men, aged 20 to 46. Finding single men on the internet is like finding seaweed in the ocean. (Most of these men were recruited from online forums.) Here is our test panel.
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60 days later, we asked them to tell us their thoughts.
They were candid – and gave us a lot of information. – A lot of what he promises just isn’t in the book…
Here is Eben Pagan – I mean, “David De Angelo” – talking about how he uses human psychology to manipulate people for greater sales: So “David De Angelo” is really just a damn good direct marketer, preying on single guys’ desperation with a downright scam?
We hoped this wasn’t the case, and hoped Eben actually made a quality product.