The super-affiliates don't want you to read this - but I just have to tell you the truth. If you've been struggling with affiliate marketing then you need to read this report.

An Internet Marketer's Journal: April 27th, 2024

The Ongoing Marketing Escapades of Duncan Whitmore

Claim 350 Free Tier-1 Clicks + Another $997 Value Bonus

There's good news.

My friends Omar Martin and John Thornhill have added another extension to Phase 2 of their Master Affiliate Profits (MAP) launch.

In case you don't know, MAP has been paying $566 commissions per sale to members who join, many of whom are complete beginners.

And you can now bag a top-tier, lifetime membership of this groundbreaking system for a little while longer.

To celebrate this occasion, I'm practically doubling the value of my $1,000 bonus offer.

In addition to everything that was available before:

  • You'll get my personal help and support for up to one year in building your affiliate marketing business through MAP ($997 value).
  • I am INCREASING my free traffic bonus from 200 clicks to 350 clicks.

That means you could soon be earning $566 commissions with both my help and my traffic that I send you entirely for free!

To take advantage of this exclusive offer, go here:

You will need to hurry, though, as I can't promise that I'll keep this bonus offer open until the end of Phase 2. Plus John and Omar could decide to cut Phase 2 short at any moment.

After Phase 2, a one-time investment will no longer be possible - you'll have to pay monthly or annually to get the Platinum level benefits.

Be Careful When Doing This

I promise I will keep this week's update rant-free after the previous few weeks of frustration (new visitors have been spared!).

Most of this week was spent preparing for Phase 3 of MAP's launch (see above). This is when new users will be able to access basic benefits for free. Now that the launch has been delayed, it's back to other tasks.

I've managed to curb my recent spree of buying products (I go through those from time to time when I see good offers).

I'd just like to mention something, however, about claiming refunds when you find yourself in the regrettable situation of not liking a product - as I did a week or two ago!

Nearly every product that is sold in the online marketing niche comes with a 30- to 60-day guarantee. In other words, if you want to claim your money back for any reason whatsoever, the vendor promises to do so without question.


Some purchasers use a refund offer as an excuse to "explore" the product in order to decide whether they really need it. They then claim a refund once they realize that they don't actually want it.

While this is technically within your rights, such behavior is risky if you do it too often, for two reasons:

First, while the vendor may have an official refund policy, there is no guarantee that the vendor will actually honor that promise. Or, if they do, you can never be sure they will be prompt in fulfilling your request.

Remember, there are plenty of unscrupulous marketers in this space - dwarfed only by marketers who are honest but are otherwise inefficient at customer service. 

Yes, if you are struggling to get a refund, you can refer the matter to the vendor marketplace (e.g. ClickBank) or affiliate program (if it's run by a third party). But the primary function of these marketplaces is to facilitate transactions, not to mediate disputes. So you may find that they aren't particularly helpful.

Even if you do eventually get your money back, the process will have cost you a lot of avoidable time and frustration.

Second, reputable marketers do not like customers who claim lots of refunds, because it hurts their sales stats. So any vendor who finds themselves shelling out refund after refund to the same customer may well ban that customer from future purchases. Plus, you could be blacklisted by other vendors.

This is especially likely to be the case with educational products. Once you have accessed such a product, you cannot "unlearn" the information you have absorbed. So claiming a refund means you get to benefit from the vendor's expertise for free.

It's no small wonder that this would annoy a good vendor of quality products.

So to avoid all of this, remember: 

  • You must be sure you want to buy a product before you do so. If you have any doubts, then try to relieve them by asking the vendor questions before making a purchase. Don't buy thinking that you can change your mind later.
  • Claim a refund only when the vendor has failed to deliver on reasonable expectations - e.g. the product doesn't work, you can't access it, or it otherwise doesn't do what was promised. Try also to give the vendor some time to rectify these problems before asking for your money back.
  • Do not claim a refund just because you've decided you don't really need/want the product after all. Your marketing efforts should be run like a business - and businesses do not spend money on resources unless they are sure they need them in the first place.

In short, asking for a refund must be the last possible resort. Invoke any refund rights sparingly, i.e. when you truly have no other option.

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That's it for another week. 

As always, I hope that your internet marketing efforts continue to bear fruit. And remember, we are here on the helpdesk if you have any questions or issues at any time.

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The Master Affiliate Profits Course Contents


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