A friend of mine told me about a website she was considering ordering an ebook from. I asked her what the ebook was about, and she told me "earning fifty thousand dollars in less than a year." I was bemused and suggested to her that this wasn't a very realistic idea and was probably a scam.
She told me that the website advised the book was "factual, legal, and easy to follow" and that it contained instructions on how to begin the earning process without investing any money and by using free resources. She wondered aloud if this wasn't worth a try? There was no money-back-guarantee offered so I told her she was likely throwing away her money.
The more I resisted her idea, the more she became convinced she should try it out. So she did purchase the ebook. Once she was done reading it, she let me have a turn. It did give realistic, simple advice on how to earn the money - which was broken down into 4 main steps.
It did offer a list of free resources, advice on how to get started, and everything contained in it was in fact legal, easy to follow, and extremely simple ... even for a tech-challenged person such as my friend.
Overall, I would rate the ebook as 4 stars out of 5. (4/5)
It does deliver on its promises and my friend did make money. She didn't earn fifty thousand in under a year, but following the instructions and with my help - she still made several thousand and currently pays her monthly rent using its system.
Pretty good for a $20 investment.