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Posted 03 April 2012 - 12:05 PM

Nick Laight, Jon Street Reviews, Internet Income Detective whatreallymakesmoney.com. Reviews, are they just internet marketers, or the real deal?

What's your review of this outfit?

Nick Laight, and Jon Street work together, on producing material which they believe will sell. I have personally seen many of this stuff from Canonbury Publishing Ltd, and although the idea of their products always ring true, the real problem, is that situations change SO quickly online, and what makes money today, will not always make money 6 months down the line, which has always been a problem for these type of publishing set ups.

Is Internet Income Detective Worth joining, subscribing to?

If you like being advertised to, then you might want to. But like most of these type of magazines, they don't really give you anything of substance, just snippets of information that can be found for free online, and then bang, they hit you with advertisements, and believe me, Canonbury Publishing's products are VERY expensive.

What about Jon Street?

Jon Street works closely with Canonbury Publishing, and from his videos, he seems plausible, but again, his products are VERY expensive, and make no mistake, that even though Jon Street comes across as 'your friend' on his videos he sends with his emails, he is an internet marketer out to make money, so as with all these type of products and marketers, just take a step back when listening to them, because you can then see through the 'friend stuff', and see that they are trying to sell you a high ticket value product, and the workings of these type of products change all the time.

What are your thoughts?

Just like most websites that advertise to give away content, the reality is that it is saturated with advertisements for their very expensive products, and most of them look be be out of date, so take most of the reviews with a pinch of salt, because money talks, and that is the direction their websites, and products try to guide to down - opening your credit card.


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Posted 03 April 2012 - 07:38 PM

I have purchased several money making manuals from Nick Laight over the years and they have all been awful although I did get my money back on all of them.

My advice avoid sending for any of Canonbury publishing money making manuals and systems

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 11:51 PM

It seems that Nick Laight, and Canonbury Publishing have also been caught scamming customers, and have been investigated by the daily Mirror,

http://blogs.mirror....ctive-shor.html

Canonbury Publishing Limited have also been investigated by the Advertising Standards Agency TWICE, as their marketing methods have been found to be very suspect, and missleading to customers:

http://www.asa.org.u...nonbury#results

I think those links speak for themselves.

Avoid Canonbury Publishing, or anything to do with Nick Laight, or John Street!!!



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