This infomercial seems more genuine, offering to "teach" you how to make money by advertising on the internet. However, when you call to take advantage of the offer, the completed automated service forces you to listen to three more offers, which are more extensive--and expensive--parts of the "program". As if that isn't enough, when you are finally done with that part of the call, you are given at least two "free" trial programs for travel/fun services with a "free" gas or restaurant card and 30-day trial period which is difficult to cancel and which charges your credit/debit card $24.95 per month if you do not remember to cancel.
We went through this frustrating process only to learn that it was a scam. We then canceled the services (all four of them) and got confirmation numbers. Today, we were awakened by a phone call from what sounded like Anthony Morrison himself wanting to know why we had canceled and trying again to sell us his books. On the first call, I told him we had canceled and were not interested in his products and promptly ended the call. Unbelievably, HE CALLED BACK IMMEDIATELY and began rattling off pressure-sales jargon. I reminded him that we had canceled, were not interested, through which time he continually interrupted me. I told him his actions constituted harassment and I would report him if he called again. He did not.
I cannot believe the nerve this man has. He is a liar, a scammer, and treats people like they are ignorant and dumb. I am not only filing this report but also putting him on the "DO NOT CALL" list and other sites.
Caution: Have nothing to do with this man and his products. His "initial offer" is $19.95 but ends up around $87 being deducted from your credit/debit card. Despite his claims, he DOES NOT CARE about "teaching" you how to make money.