June 26, 2017

The Rich Janitor's Sales PageThe sales page consisting of 18 printed pages is filled with get-rich-quick hype.

Will you walk into my parlour?  said the Spider to the Fly,
transform your computer into your own personal ATM machine.
You’ll learn how to turn on your computer and withdraw a GUARANTEED $200 a day
working less than five hours a week., even if you have no experience working online.”

‘Tis the prettiest little parlour that ever you did spy; 
Unless you don’t need an extra $200 a day – which you can spend any way you choose
– take a couple minutes to read about this simple, step-by-step process I’ve discovered.”

The way into my parlour is up a winding stair,
You can follow this system in your spare time -during your lunch break, while you
watch TV, or when dinner’s cooking – even if you’ve never used a computer.”

And I’ve a many curious things to shew when you are there.
create a never ending supply of passive income“. 

The Spider and The Fly
by Mary Howitt

Ok, we’ve all seen this type of hype thrown about the web.  You really don’t know who to believe and who to tar and feather and run out of town on a rail.

And in all fairness to the creaters of The Rich Janitor, this type of rhetoric has become the rule in selling to Online Marketing wannabees.

But this particular ad copy really grabbed me.  I don’t know about you but it appears to me that they just “GUARANTEED” $200 per day working less than 5 hours a week – during your lunch break, while watching TV, or when dinner’s cooking.  Did they step over the line on this one?  The guarantee states:

“If you and your family don’t pull in at least $5,000 per month…EVERY month following this
simple, step-by-step system, send it back 2 months later…you’ll still get every cent back.”

What amazes me is that advertising people can say just about anything, as long as they cover their butts in the fine print.  This isn’t just about The Rich Janitor.  We’re surrounded by “fine print” – credit cards, cell phones, utilities, etc.  And we accept it – 100% no questions asked.  

About the only place you don’t find “fine print” is in restaurants.  Could you imagine the following statement on the back of a menu? 

“This food is provided AS-IS without any guarantee as to fitness of purpose….”

As consumers we have to look for the “disclaimers” to see what is REALLY being said.  Found at the bottom of the sales page of The Rich Janitor  is an “EARNINGS/ INCOME DISCLAIMER”:

“THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL EARN ANY MONEY
USING THE TECHNIQUES AND IDEAS IN THESE MATERIALS.”

(I guess they really didn’t mean to say you’d make $200 per day GUARANTEED.)

“YOUR LEVEL OF SUCCESS IN ATTAINING THE RESULTS CLAIMED
IN OUR MATERIALS DEPENDS ON THE TIME YOU DEVOTE TO
THE PROGRAM, IDEAS AND TECHNIQUES MENTIONED, YOUR
FINANCES, KNOWLEDGE, MARKET CONDITIONS AND VARIOUS SKILLS.”

(Gee, what happened to the 5 hours per week while watching TV?
Darn, and I just laid in a whole supply of popcorn too!)

MAKING DECISIONS BASED ON ANY INFORMATION PRESENTED IN
OUR PRODUCTS, SERVICES OR WEBSITE SHOULD BE DONE ONLY WITH
THE KNOWLEDGE THAT YOU COULD EXPERIENCE SIGNIFICANT LOSSES.

(Wow, we went from a $200 per day GUARANTEE to a disclaimer 
that you could lose more than the cost of the course?  You better
believe it!  Read the rest of this review to find out just how much!)

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