Have you ever bought that product you really want only to be inundated with emails from all and sundry who have anything to do with the program you joined?

I feel that these people should give you at least a month to look and work out how to use their programme before bombarding you with emails. Too many marketers today just bombard you with emails once they have your address. Usually, as far as I’m concerned, I just unsubscribe from all their lists.

Yes, they are marketers, but how they really doing themselves any favours by emailing you constantly. I know there are some marketers that will say they’re the ones making money and that’s the method they use so well why should I who is not making that amount of money be able to tell them how to run their business.

Perhaps it’s just me, but I really like to get into a program and find out how it works and what extras I may need before I am bombarded with extra offers from these people. Perhaps in some cases, the product I have just bought is not as good as it was made out to be, so these people want to stop me from applying for a refund. They do this by getting me to read a lot more emails with a lot more offers thus not giving me a chance to check out their programme correctly.

If I am right this means rather a lot of marketers out there that don’t have the faith, they should have in their products or conversely, they are just plain greedy. I’m more likely to purchase from a marketer once I know I have had a reliable product from them. The number of times I have bought products only to have to reclaim my costs because they don’t do what they are supposed to.

Surely it would be good business to ensure somebody who has bought a product from you knows how to use it before you start bombarding them with emails trying to sell other products.

All those marketers out there who are using this system of selling I implore you to give your customers a fair chance to check out the original product before you start trying to sell them other products. I don’t mind getting an email from you every day if it is giving me useful information on the product I have just bought from you. To try and sell me other products before I know how to use the one, I’ve already bought to me appears scammy to say the least. I have no objections at all for you to try to sell me products that will help with the product I’ve already bought, but I wouldn’t expect that to start for at least two weeks.

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