Hello Roy,

Quote Originally Posted by chancy View Post

Does anyone know anything about Carbon Copy Pro ? http://www.whoisdavidschwind.net/

It sounds too good to be true. Usually things that sound too good to be true are too good to be true but it doesn't hurt to look under every rock for opportunities.


I haven't seen the product myself but it does seem that it is entirely legitimate and well put together. I should tell you what prompted me to comment.

There are less than a handful of online marketers that I trust 100%. That's not to say that I distrust the rest ... but there are just a couple that when they say something is a 'good thing' I can be really confident that it is. One of the people I trust 100% is Steven Wagenheim. He's very up front about what works and what doesn't work and he doesn't pull any punches about the facts.

Anyways, last week he wrote a 20+ page review about Carbon Copy Pro. He was given an inside look at the back office section and basically said that if you join that program you should unsubscribe from his list because you won't need him any more. That might seem like some sort of clever marketing technique if you don't know Steven, but the fact is that he's not an affiliate (there's no affiliate link in the report) and his review was, in his words, his way of giving back to an industry that he's made his income from for the past 7 years or so.

He did say that in order for the program to work for you, you have to be prepared to work ... which is no different to any program really. You're only going to get results if you stick with it and focus on it.

Apparently there's a process that you have to go through before you are accepted into the program. Basically they don't want tire kickers or people that aren't prepared to get their hands dirty.

Anyway, that's my take on the program. As I said, I haven't seen it myself (other than what was in Steven's report), and I have no reason to believe that Steven would be deceptive or anything less than totally honest.