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Posted 04 April 2012 - 01:15 PM

Whatbizopp.com Website Reviews, Who owns it, who are they, Contact, products, Worth it? These are all questions that we have been asked by members on this, and other forums.

Who are Whatbizopp.com?

Whatbizopp.com is actually owned by Canonbury Publishing Limited, owned by Nick Laight, who also own Shortcut Confidential. They produce business opportunity reports based on topics they think people are going to buy into, like selling on eBay, making money with digital cameras, etc.

Are what Whatbizopp.com offer worth the money?

Well, what they do, is REALLY ramp up the selling points of what can sometimes be quite mundane subjects, just like the 'make money with your camera' product, above, when in reality, the chances of making money with a camera is about as likely as finding a rolled up bunch of ten pound notes in your McDonalds burger box, but they are VERY good with the sales copy, and selling the opportunity, that thousands of their punters buy their products, time, and time again.

Do Whatbizopp.com offer anything else?

Their main products are Forex trading, gambling, and the likes, products they have REALLY gone to town on the promotional materials for, and if you have ever subscribed to any of their physical publications like Shortcut Confidential, then you will know that they ply a lot of advertising leaflets in there for Forex, and their gambling systems, and a lot of what they offer have varying reviews online from their customers.

Canonbury Publishing are a financially successful company, but there have been a few reports of over-selling their offerings, and they have also been in trouble with the ASA in the UK, and featured in the Daily Mirror for not always being straight-forward with their salesmanship, but I think most marketing companies have been guilty of such practices over the years.



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