Ich bin Kunde hier seit einige Jahren - ich habe viele Sachen hier gekauft, einige zurueckgegeben, ohne Probleme. Es ist nicht fuer jederman, aber fuer Leute dis wissen was sie wollen und eine Entscheidung treffen koennen, ist es gut.
This site is mainly for internet marketers. There are check boxes for options to receive maketing emails after purchase of one of their digital products, and these boxes are checked by default. If we don't wish to receive further emails, we unckeck those boxes. Otherwise, we can always unsubscribe when we receive promotional email.
Ash Silva is a very reputable man from Toronto, ON, Canada. He will overdeliver in this course. He's a positive person who always supports enlightening events in and around Toronto. He's a great networker and I would recommend him and this course a lot. S>
You know - it really is unfortunate that lately, it seems as though the average type of "consumer" that would be drawn to write a "review" of a company in a widely distributed forum such as this (or Yelp - who consistently allows reviews placed under the WRONG COMPANY'S page to remain up unless you pay them, but I'm getting off topic) - are people of (clearly) below average intelligence who either
A) Have NEVER bought or used the product(s)/services offered nor have they personally known anyone who has and therefore have no business commenting to begin with AND apparently suffer from a cognitive abnormality that has grown rampant in recent years that renders them completely incapable of differentiating "I Don't want to spend money", "I think this and most things that people spent A LOT OF TIME and money into creating should be COMPLETELY free for me without even having to give any of my personal information because don't you know i'm that interesting and important" or "I think I can get away with getting a bootleg copy of this for free" from "This is a scam" - to this group, all of those things are somehow synonymous - it's a true enigma.
B) Can't seem to differentiate "I'm not computer literate enough to figure out how to upload and configure this web module that I bought" or "I don't like how this looks" from "This is a scam"
Again people "I don't like this" and "This is a scam" are 2 different things - you would think that would be a simple enough concept for a 5 year old to understand but evidently it's lost on most adults that are unfortunately given the ability and uncensored authority to badmouth perfectly legit businesses and very likely cost small online merchants/entrepreneurs/startups collectively untold MILLIONS of dollars every year (possibly billions, who knows - a lot of people take reviews very seriously and not all of them can spot (or pay close enough attention to spot) the LEGITIMATE reviews (good or bad) vs the morons) - sad state of affairs...
Oh - and finally
C) those who notice that they are getting a bunch of popups/malware indicators/abnormally high volume of spam and want to report the site and review the SITE as being malware/spam - failing to notice that They've been having the exact same problem ON EVERY SINGLE SITE THEY GO TO - meaning it's probably a BROWSER PLUGIN or other USER -DOWNLOADED (or third party downloaded as a result of their actions) causing the spam/malware and the site they wrongly flagged as spam malware and malicious or "suspicious" had absolutely nothing to do with the fact that they need to pay closer attention to what they download/approve and need to probably check their installed programs in the control panel more frequently, their browser extensions and settings, and probably uninstall/reinstall their browser....again - a personal problem of theirs NOT THE SITE'S fault...
anyway enough of my ranting - this is a good site though, and I'm just sick of seeing perfectly legit sites having their reputations soiled by people who probably aren't bright enough to have the privilege of posting something that would be widely distributed and likely negatively influence the actions of many prospective customers of a perfectly legitimate business that offers a very good service
I enjoy learning about the new programs that are available and get that right in my inbox without having to search for this information. I can choose to click on it or discard, consider doing the same if you are not happy with their information.
I use this site at least a few times a week. There is absolutely nothing wrong or unethical about the site... it is simply a way for providers of services, digital products or digital programs to connect with those who want to buy them. It's like digital eBay, and I would be lost without it.
It really annoys me when people describe internet transactions as questionable just because they're internet-based.
I note someone complaining about spam, in a previous comment. This has nothing to do with JVZoo, and is not spam anyway; as the person almost certainly filled in a form and provided their email address. If you don't want to continue receiving emails, there's always an unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email from those who sell on JVZoo. When you receive totally unrelated emails from someone you never heard of or never bought from... that's spam, and you'll rarely find an unsubscribe link to get rid of them.
Th ignorance of some of the previous comments is appalling.