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Craig Kaye’s “The Buyer Code” Review – CODE? SCAM?

By Suzanne Fox On November 1, 2011 No Comments

Craig Kaye “The Buyer Code” Review – Learn How To Make People Buy From You In Affiliate Marketing

Product Name: The Buyer Code | TheBuyerCode
Launch Date
: 1st November 2011
Official Website :
Created By : Craig Kaye
Pricing : $49 with no upsells!

A Quick Overview At The Buyer Code :

The Buyer Code REVIEW: Just few hours back I purchased the buyer code software and training created by internet marketer craig kaye for a price tag of $49 through clickbank merchant site. SURPRISINGLY, there are NO upsells for this product and I’m shocked to see that. Anyways, even when there are no upsells, what matters is whether the main product which is “the buyer code” software is good or not. So I am going to tell you that in this review of buyer code today…

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    There is a big myth or you can say misconception amongst newbies or those who are going to buy internet marketing products that if a product or offer has upsells or one time offers after buying the main product then it is a scam.

    The thing is, if these product owners put all those upsells and main product into one package and slap a big price tag to it, then it is not possible for everyone to buy such high priced products. I'm talking about price tags like $497, $997 and even $1,997!

    To solve this, product owners divide their products into several parts. Each part having its own significance and benefits to the front-end product which you buy for less than $50 these days. Now its your decision whether you can afford the upsells or not.

    So DO NOT consider the product scam if it has upsells or additional offers after you have brought the main product.