June 12th, 2018

June 12th, 2018

Am making a determined effort to reduce the amount of emails I get from the vendors I bought products from. I unsubscribed to one fella today. That’s #3 so far.

I’m having trouble being accepted as an affiliate for one product that  I purchased 2 weeks ago May 19th now, nearly a month ago.  I simply do not know the actions to take to achieve this step. Without this affiliate link or ID, I cannot get paid for promoting the product. I keep getting promotional emails for this or that, for (yet another) webinar. Emails to support are replied to so many days later that I forgot what I originally asked about. Communication is difficult. This vendor is hell-bent on upselling me. It’s getting annoying. Meantime, I still cannot access the actual product! I will not promote anything that i have not tried and benefited from myself.

Think it’s time to pull the plug on this one, and get a refund.

What have I actually received so far for my hard-earned cash? Nothing, except some training videos. Yup, the cupboard is bare. I actually haven’t received anything at all. OK, I’ll wait for the reply to my email reminding them that I’m still waiting for approval, just to see what they say, but this really takes the biscuit! So far, everything I’ve purchased has had tons of content, so much that I haven’t had time to wade through it all. So why am I wasting my time with this one, again?

To be continued…


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