GetRealDates.com Is The Fool Proof Source In Online Dating, Legit, and the future front runner in online dating for men.
I had the great pleasure of being interviewed by the online dating “bad ass,” Mr. Joshua Pompey. Sorry, about the “bad ass,” it just felt right. Below I give you the real deal on getrealdates.com and why this website is the only thing missing from your solution’s to online dating.
A quick note to chicks: This website is geared towards dudes but you have an incentive to reading this plus I put lay down the reasons why you will like this website.
Joshua Pompey of GetRealDates.com Requested A Interview with me. After going to his website I accepted the request.
After reading his website content…I started to get really excited about it.
“KellySpeechless.com thinks GetRealDates.com is the #1 Online Dating Source for Men.”
You Have Not Heard It Before; Or Done This Well!
The Real Deal.
His services are geared towards men who want to find a serious relationship with a woman. He is not offering a way for men to have a plethora of hotties or live the fantasy of a music video. He wants to help the guys who want to find a person online to date not “many dates with many ladies.”
Classy Meet’s Sexy Meet’s Fool Proof Option’s + Joshua Pompey = Gold.
His images on his website are hot but classy, and are just the right amount of sexy and classy. He gives his opinion on men and women equally in a similar (more professional) manner as I do. He is good at what he does. Mostly, he is helping there to be more quality men out there available who want a relationship.
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Joshua Pompey: Our 1st Meeting He Probably Isn’t Aware Of…….
Readers of my blog don’t find the following story (my part) odd. For the rest of you I will set it up: I am the witty/crazy/one of those day’s one; get my drift??
KELLY’S QUICK DIARY
My Mood: //
I was on LinkedIn and had just finished writing a piece on books that use deceptive titles to fool the reader. I came upon a great website that was written well, and any normal person would move on but it’s me remember? A little pissed off that day, I decided to contact the author of this website and see if his material was his own. Since, I was not expecting a response and mostly out of mini manic quick tendency, I messaged/bothered/accused for no good reason but to be crazy Kelly/ the writer of getrealdates.com, Joshua Pompey.
I Messaged Him Privately (like that helps)
ME: “Hey do you write your own content?”
GetRealDates.com Author CEO: “Yea, all of it….?” (understandably confused).
ME: “Oh well….I like your website.” (Thinking silently: “I didn’t expect an answer…shit! I am so embarrassed!”….).
I know he does not remember this encounter because it was private on my end for one, and also he would have not been likely to request an interview. Thank God he did though!
NOTE FOR YOU: “Sorry, and it was me lol?”
Why I Think This Website and The Guy Behind It Is Fool Proof.
Besides being obviously smart for wanting to interview me…just kidding..this guy is the real deal.
A while later when prompted for the interview I re-read his material. That is when I got really excited. It is always cool to meet someone who is talented in the same industry. I also love how his stuff goes by the: “You haven’t heard it before,” policy. For guy’s he is the portal. I give advice about relationships, and he gives guys the tools to take with them in a fool proof manner.
If you want to learn more about me via his interview, or succeed in online dating check out the links below.
Joshua Pompey is the author of the online dating guide series, The REAL Online Game. You can find his e-books by clicking http://www.getrealdates.com/online-dating-guides-for-men, which currently boast a success rate of over 99% with men all across the world. Or just click www.getrealdates.com/online-dating-tips-for-men, for plenty of free online dating tips and advice
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Joshua Pompey is the author of the online dating guide series, The REAL Online Game. You can find his e-books by clicking www.getrealdates.com/online-dating-guides-for-men, which currently boast a success rate of over 99% with men al across the world. Or just click www.getrealdates.com/online-dating-tips-for-men, for plenty of free online dating tips and advice.
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Should You Acknowledge A Celebration Based On Another Year Your Ex Is Alive?
Question: I dated my best friend, and then he screwed me completely over. I really can’t even think about him without being disgusted. But isn’t it just common courtesy to wish him a happy birthday? I don’t want to be the classless or vengeful victim. What about a text? What do you think? This is driving me insane!
My Advice: Without stating the obvious reasons why, it’s his birthday. Not his inauguration, trial, or funeral. You have more business riding a kids mechanical 50 cent horse in the grocery store than contacting this fool.
Another year of his existence, should not be time for you to acknowledge a celebration that most likely your not invited to attend. Also, another year on earth means that someone else might fall prey to his little bitch antics and that is not a good year for that girl. Happy F-ing birthday my ass!
No text, post card, call, letter, e-card, email, tweet, shout out, no nothing!
You are obviously feeling very conflicted by this and playing mental pro’s and con’s like it’s the battle of your life. The answer is no. Hell No! I Quote:
“Do Not Tell your ex-boyfriend/jerk/acquaintance/I might one day call when I am drunk (might not apply) Happy F-ing B-day.”
He Is All Grown Up.
If you are truly worried about the aftermath of not wishing him happy birthday (or your ex talking or mentioning the “no birthday message”) then stop! Get him out of your life. You don’t have to be mean, outlandish, or trashy by simply not acknowledging him on his vast achievement of yet another year of manly triumph.
He will be fine. He has been thinking about what he is going to have for dinner more than what you are contemplating right now. I am not saying he forgot you entirely, he is just not putting any time and effort into what you think or feel while your doing the opposite. Sound familiar?
Just don’t do it.
You deserve a party more than he does.
Is it the distance that is not right?
Or is everything not right?
She loves me, but not as a couple..
My Advice From Overseas…..
I moved to Berlin in August when I met my ex. We were friends from August-January, when I finally asked her on a date. It was great for about a month, and then she moved back to Denmark. We visited each other for a month or so before she decided it was “too difficult” with her big work load at her new job and finding out she will be there for the next 3 years at least. We love each other – is it just bad timing or more? She wants to move to NYC (planned before me in the picture), where I will be after that. She says she doesn’t know how she will feel then.
I’m sorry but it might be something more than the distance. Put yourself in her shoes. Would a heavy workload ever affect how you feel about her? What I mean is : are you making more of an effort to see her than she is to see you? What your probably feeling is your gut telling you that she is slipping away. If you truly love someone, and your out of your mind crazy about them the words, “I’ve got so much going on right now,” or “We will see how this goes,” never comes out of your mouth. If this is a long relationship, I would question rather you both can handle living apart without seeing other people. A lot of people can do this, but they both have to be one hundred percent committed to the relationship. If your gut is telling you your loosing her, you should defiantly have a serious talk with her. Sometimes no matter what the other person says we can feel this shift, or change that was different than before.
Do You Feel Like This?
When you feel your partner is falling out of love with you or is drifting away from the solid bond you once had it almost feels like a bad dream. Have you ever had a dream where she wouldn’t answer the phone for days? Or just dreams where she broke up with you? Do you try to tell yourself over and over again in your head that you are over-exaggerating? Do you have to constantly reassure yourself that everything is going good?
Having the feeling someone your with is acting differently towards you is scary. The different awareness is so strong that no matter how many times you kiss that person; there just not…there anymore. It is almost as if before there was this light behind their eyes that you never knew was missing until the moment it was gone.
That moment when the shift and flow of affection changes into deafening normalcy. The normalcy is so dead and numb, it’s mere presence almost knocks you off balance. What was once solid beneath your feet, the feeling you thought would never leave; is escaping.
In any case, relationships are hard especially long distance. I would always follow your gut.
P.S- If you suspect she’s cheating; I would use your tax return money to hire a private investigator.
All jokes aside good luck! I hope you guys get it together, or get happy with other people.
Love is hard;
It is so sad that whether you are a thousand miles away from the one you love; or just across the hall way, you can feel like there just not there.
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- True Love, Finds Its Own Way ! (beautywidbrainz.com)
- Because I Write (begintodaynottomorrow.wordpress.com)
- Dream a Little Dream (antoniakmoore.wordpress.com)
- 7 Reasons Why You May Want to Spy If You Suspect Your Spouse is Cheating! (affaircare.com)
- Technology, the wingman, in love (rappler.com)
- Long Distance Relations: to Love or Not? (distractedstudents.com)
- I can’t get over my long-distance lover (dailyrecord.co.uk)
- Long Distance Love- Possible or Impossible (omtimes.com)
If He Say’s, “I am scared to be in a relationship.”
Bull Shit Myth #4
Pretend your guy had to fill this three question document out. I will answer for him.
Are you in a relationship? yes no.
Does changing from dating to exclusive scare you in the least bit? yes no.
Are you full of shit when you tell her you are scared? yes no.
Oh….I supposed to give you this letter first…Dear Yourself, Hey this is your gut instinct. You know how every time Frank says he is scared I scream, “He’s lying bitch! Don’t believe him!” I was just touching base to verify that is me screaming and not your cell phone vibrating in your purse. Looks Like I Will Be Talking To You A Lot If We Are Going To Around This Loser. Love, The one who tells you to run when someone chases you. Your Gut Instinct.
Let’s Conquer The Relative Possibility of Being Scared Of A Relationship First.
Is there such a fear in existence?
What do you do if he/she is scared to be in a relationship?
Can this fear subside after you have proved your loyalty?
Is being scared to be committed a valid excuse?
I will answer all these questions but before I do, I need you to participate in a quick exercise. Don’t read this questions below and think about relationships. Just think about times in your childhood, early teens, after high school, adult hood, or now when below.
Let’s Go To The Meaning Of Which You Associate This Fear.
#1 When is that first time you can remember feeling scared?
#2 What were you most afraid or fearful of as a child?
#3 Have you ever conquered a fear that was with you for years and now you have come to enjoy it?
#4 Think about a few things people easily are fearful of for a moment.
#5 When someone comes up behind you and you don’t expect it, would say, “You scared me!” apply to the feeling of fear or being scared for a second.
6# If you were scared to be with someone specific what would you do?
7# Have you ever been scared in or before a relationship enough to walk away?
8# If your scared to be with someone and linger them on knowing it’s not going to happen, or are unsure if the “no more fear,” Gods will let his/her positive behavior cure you?
If you are someone who is scared to be with someone, would it be presumptuous to say you also fear:
- hurting someone.
- creating more than you can handle: Dating two people. (one relationship is scary enough, bringing in two people wanting to be with you at the same time would be terrifying).
- dating someone or anyone who wants a serious relationship.
- making things slow: no one wants a scary situation to be given to them slowly they want it to be over fast!
- Wait for trust to develop: Trust is already apart of the whole package. Being scared can’t be subsidized because the fear of the relationship was there before the person was.
- continuing to talk this person who they are, “fearing from getting to close to because it would hurt.”
- trying to actively conquer this fear because trust and relationships in life is something that is always at risk of happening. Flying a plane might be a conquerable fear but those who succeed usually don’t have frequent flyer miles.
- don’t date at all. If you know that you are deeply scared about getting into something serious you cannot date. That would only give you too many chances at which that fear can be a reality.
BOTTOM LINE: Stick to spiders, unwanted hair, goblins, ghosts, flying air planes, and those movies that really scare you opposed to the ones you just pretend do.
Do you own a snake tank or cage?
Is This Snake Cage Next To Your Bed?
Snakes are only pets to those who do not fear them with terror. The feeling we get when someone scares us doesn’t feel like anything attached to relationship emotions. If Clowns scare you, then you probably would not get as close as you could to one for a long time. If you did, you certainly wouldn’t stick around as the clown friend, or take anything; especially time slow in the presence of one.
IF IT’S REAL. If HE OR SHE IS REALLY SCARED.
If a person is really scared to further a relationship then you can’t change that by showing him/her that you can be trusted. That person needs to go get some help or find some alternative to improve that fear and in the mean time leave us all alone. Humans and there emotions can’t be tested like guinea pigs to see if that “fear,” will pop up or not.
If you are suggesting that you yourself have been scared of getting into a relationship you either still got into that one anyway, or you didn’t really deep down like him or her.
NO YOU DID Not..
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Look Right: They Look Scared As Shit To Me! What Do You Think?
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- Fear … the enemy within. (simplymejustbe.wordpress.com)
- Fear-LESS! (sirenatales.wordpress.com)
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- Running Scared?! (hertwrites.wordpress.com)
Some quick thoughts and suggestions on how you should handle this.
Once upon a time you stopped calling and texting Craig. It sucked. Craig sucked. It all really fucking sucked. Three months go by and today you don’t care as much about Craig.
Craig’s phone rings with a voicemail alert that says, “Craig this message is to inform you April is not still obsessing over you. She will likely have a change at happiness. If you don’t fuck this up than and soon she will likely go meet a decent guy. Have a great day!”
Craig sends a trial text to see what level of effort he is going to use to seal your obsession with him longer.
Craig texts” “What up girl?”
April gets the message and now April is freaking the fuck out.
Best Thing To Do That No One Does: Say Nothing.
Worst Thing To Do EVEr! Text back, “So why do you care?”
He won’t answer your question. Then you will be pissed of f and want to know why. Before you know it you will be wishing you had not texted this loser something that of course you have every right to answer.
If you text, “Whats up with you?” These outcomes will become likely:
1. No answer (that will be three days later)
2. The next morning he texts back without an explanation which leads to more confusion and fun.
3. Or the booty call/love session of you feeling he’s back in your life and him feeling like your unhappy again/mission accomplished.
Best Thing To Do If You Want To Get Rid Of Him and Have The Balls.
“Hey Craig I am so happy you text-ed me because I am still in love with you and want to let you know if you want to be with me currently, I am still up for that.”
IF He answers with an answer that implies no (but maybe yes of course)?”
Craig: “Well why don’t we see how things go…”
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Question: “Hey Kelly, What does it mean when a guy say’s this: “‘I am so sorry, I just want you to be happy.‘” I really like this guy and we are friends. I am assuming he could tell I liked him more than that? Since he has said this I don’t have a clue what to say back to him? HELP! Thanks!”
A Quick Lesson Before I Answer Your Question.
RIDDLE: This guy said something that by definition can only be classified as a riddle not a meaning. Mr. Riddle Or Mr. Poet That Doesn’t Know It?
Deliberately enigmatic or ambiguous question requiring a thoughtful and often witty answer. The riddle is a form of guessing game that has been a part of the folklore of most cultures from ancient times. Western scholars generally recognize two main kinds of riddle: the descriptive riddle, usually describing an animal, person, plant, or object in an intentionally enigmatic manner (thus an egg is “a little white house without door or window”); and the shrewd or witty question. A classical Greek example of the latter type is “What is the strongest of all things?”—“Love: iron is strong, but the blacksmith is stronger, and love can subdue the blacksmith.”
If he doesn’t contact you soon.
You need to ask him literally what he meant. Ask him point-blank what he wanted you to understand by that loaded riddle-like message. If this was his way of you getting any kind of hint-he failed at the delivery because that is a puzzle not a hint. Don’t let him get away without asking him what he meant. If his answer is not on topic say, “Oh..but what did you mean when you said (insert his riddle here. Repeat if necessary.)
First Of All, Who Said You Were Unhappy? What he really means.
If he sticks around he doesn’t want you to be happy. He wants you to stick around but only in the way he wants. What way is that? Confused, ready for him at any given moment, not looking for anyone else to date (no you aren’t and no you won’t – If you do it’s a sad or fake attempt).
Now The Breakdown Of The Riddle: Part 1: I am so sorry, Part 2: I just want you to be happy. *To Add: This line sounds a bit dramatic for Mr. “I don’t like drama!” don’t you think?
You Need To Ask Him In Your Own Words:
Part 1: What are you sorry for? Example: “Hey Mark, what’s up? When you said the other day you were sorry, I forgot to ask what you were sorry for. What was that?” (say this in a polite voice that doesn’t sound over joyed but not worried.) Tip: Physically stretch and make the noise a little while saying it.
Part 2: What Made You Feel Hope For My Happiness – A Title Not A Phrase. If he won’t answer part 1, then this part is pointless to reference. Let me break it down” He is saying that while he won’t take the friendship to the next level – verbally saying to others that you two are together – he wants you to know that you have been warned.“Hey I want you to be happy, and this isn’t my fault if your unhappy because I told you I wanted you to be happy.”
Conscious Irritation? This Is His Form Of Guilt Alka Seltzer.
Also this is a way of relieving any guilt he may have due to his behavior:
He thinks that this little piece of verbal passage to you gives him a less chance of going to hell basically. If you didn’t even tell this guy verbally you were into him, and he is doing this you may have run into a nutty professor (not the movie). I say professor because the level of applicable nuttiness would be out of student status if this represents his way of communicating in the future.
- You don’t have to be mean by doing this.
- As a friend you have a right to an answer.
- He is the one who said something weird so don’t worry about coming off sounding weird.
- If he makes it sound like your questioning is over the top then he is trying to make you feel shamed into shutting up in order to continue upon his charade of riddle me this riddle me that.
Instead of answering a question about the status of a relationship, some people will put you in time out. As if to say, “you better not ask these questions again or you will be put in time out again!” We remember how bad time out is right?”
Time to think In Relationships.
When have you taken this time?
Where does one go during the time they think about this relationship?
Is there a time limit?
“Hey Jon, well it’s been a week and a half is the thinking time up yet?”
NO ONE DOES THIS!
If someone says they need to time to think they are punishing you from bringing up the topic. Adult Time Out. Instead of answering a question about the status of a relationship, some people will put you in time out. As if to say, “you better not ask these questions again or you will be put in time out again!” We remember how bad time out is right?”
Don’t agree to time out! Say, that you don’t need time to think about what you want.
“Hey Mark well it’s been a week and a half. Is the thinking time up yet?”
NO ONE DOES THIS!
If someone says, “they need to take sometime to think,” they are considering the pro’s and con’s surrounding a new job prospect, allowing their child to do this or that, or playing a triviality game where a time limit or request to take a time out is applicable.
Adult Time Out.
You thought time out was over once you hit adulthood didn’t you? Well guess what? The punishment or executing this type of learning to behave through eliminating all the fun can apparently involve adults.
Karen: “Hey Jon It’s October so I wanted to know if your ready to move closer like you said. I wouldn’t press it, only that you volunteered moving closer after October so I was just going to follow your lead.”
Jon: “Look, I think I need to take sometime think.”
YOU ARE OFFICIALLY IN TIME OUT!
How dare you ask a normal question? Well, Jon is making his girlfriend in this example, try to regret she ever brought up normalcy. He wants her to feel, “Don’t you do that normal stuff again or you know what happens!”
What Happens Next.
Well you love him so you freak. He takes a weekend to “not think about anything,” and you cry while reaching a new height of paranoia you didn’t think was possible. After punishment is over, you are scared to death Mr. Brilliant will need time to think again, and you could barely handle it the first time so you zip it.
What You Should Do.
Jon: “Look, I think I need sometime to think.”
Karen: Smile (eyes making a “you’re weird ,” face
Karen: “About what?”
Jon: “Well just where my career/life/shoes are going..”
Karen: “Well that’s weird. I don’t need time to think. I also know your full of shit. Call me when you want to answer a question that shouldn’t even cause a fight.”
HE THROWS A FIT-KEEP WALKING!
He calls, and says something to try to get under your skin. You hang up.
Wait In Hell.
Unfortunately, paranoia weekend still ensues and begins. Your still worried because we can’t help that.
- At least this time your paranoid without submitting to be placed in adult time out, and engaging his behavior.
- At least you don’t have to be a party to play pretending. Or play along and accept your time out and his time not thinking. Was this not covered in age 1-8?
Jon begins to take sometime to ponder this whole situation on day 1 and 1/2. But Not About The Simple Question that He Refuses To Answer.
After Jon shits himself on day two.
When he say’s, he is so-so sorry and blames his momentary lapse in mind usage on someone’s death (he never knew the person or they passed away when he was three) or something, let it go BUT NOT WITHOUT saying, “
“Hey Jon It’s October so I wanted to know if your ready to move closer like you said?”
REPEAT IF NEEDED OR, IF JON SAYS, “We will talk about it later.”
Remember The Morale Of The Story!
Don’t agree to time out!
- Say, that you don’t need time to think about what you want.
- Put him in time out until he or she comes back and makes some since. “I am sorry,” is not an acceptable come back.
- Answering your question is acceptable if he or she comes back realizing that only toddlers are put in time out and not adults engaging in behavior you both have created.
If you are told to find yourself without instruction go find a mirror and slap yourself awake because that is red flag #1 when reading bad content on this subject. How do I know this to be true? Your gut already told you before I wrote a word.
Lately, the amount of spam articles and information intended for those wanting relationship advice has seemed to double. Many websites, offers, and content are filled with horrible relationship advice. This content always leads to some kind of silly series to buy, or more and more information that is low quality. Then there are many articles that pose a question such as, “How to get your ex back in 3 ways,” and by the end of the article the question isn’t answered. The three ways didn’t give direction but instead gave the reader a round about self explanatory automated sounding mess.
Would you ask a relationship advice expert to do your taxes, or teach you how to set up a car website with just knowing they were solid in the area of relationship advice expertise?
I never thought that I had a strong moral complex, but I have been in the industry six years now and I have never used BS as a tactic to gain anything. Why? Because I am good at what I do. I am not a good accountant, or ballet dancer, I am an expert at providing relationship advice. I also am not in the industry of online spam marketing, that I integrate with my expertise. I am not saying that marketing online is wrong.
Prove It! Anyone who wants to offer a way in which my expertise can be tested against another’s I would do it in a heartbeat. If there was such a crazy competition about there, I bet a lot of these experts would not do this.
Books: If you forgot what you read the next day, then that book didn’t give you any advice. Advice doesn’t have to be followed to become advice. The first step is having in your mind as an option or a tactic that enables a space in your mind. If you forget it the next day then it didn’t provide you with any advice.
If you market me at least don’t try and fake being knowledgeable about the offer you pose.
Just don’t call yourself an expert, don’t give advice one on one, and make sure you have good content. If you guys are going to buy content at least buy some that doesn’t either sound automated or like someone was intoxicated while they wrote it. Grammar or spelling errors are far better than an article where there is a posed question and no answer. I never leave without the answer. I am not little miss perfect (actually I am the polar opposite I am just saying that it makes me confused and angry when people who really want some insight only see cheesy ads where people are playing in the park and some women is offering a six CD workshop on how to date yourself first or something else ridiculous.
How to know if this is probably a bad buy: If it is similar or closely based on this principle or words filled with, “find myself in the backyard of my 2nd soul,” type of programs.
If the person offering the product or service has more than two articles that pose a question in the title but never answer the question. Example: “How to get over a guy step by step.” – What are the steps? Make sure if they step says Example: “Step One: Focus On You. Well, do they tell you what they mean when they say to focus on yourself? And say focusing on yourself meant doing something unpleasant? How would that reap a benefit?
Even Oprah Makes Mistakes.
If this person has been on the Oprah Winfery show, and you still smell bull shift then don’t do it. Oprah has stated many times that she is not perfect, and has made many mistakes and had people on her show throughout the years that she might not now. This is my opinion. I happen to like Oprah, and while her fiction book suggestions are 20 for 20 with me, I have run into some relationship advice experts who were on Oprah or claimed they were on the show in some capacity. You know what I thought silently, “Even Oprah Makes Mistakes.”
How to do something about it – or at least not let someone else waste five minutes.
Comment on the ridiculous. Rating is all good but even a polite question like, “I am confused? Where is the part about cheating? Thank you.” IS FINE. They are not likely to answer or if they do will likely speak in psychology/thesaurus like language where the goal is to make you feel stupid. I have the education in psychology and you would be surprised all the made up term we never used in school. Also, giving relationship advice was my gig way before the degree, and my foundation has not wavered even though I learned a lot. It just didn’t apply as an execution but it did as an understanding.
Please leave a comment if you know anyone who was scammed by a dating or relationship coach or expert, or found articles or information that had such low quality that it angered you.
Lastly, DON’T CALL IT A SCAM unless you know for sure. SPAM and SCAM are very different, and calling something (even if it is worthless) a SCAM when it is not, isn’t even fair to the twiddle Dees and twiddle dumbs whom are writing this shitty content.
Spam – Unsolicited commercial email, often sent in bulk quantities.Spammer – Someone who sends unsolicited commercial email, often in bulk quantities.
Important Sources and Closely Related Content Of My Choice.
First if you think you have been scammed please contact Consumer Fraud Reporting to report this incident or request information about what you might consider a scam but are unsure.
- Multilevel Marketing Plans [PDF] – Explains how MLM plans and illegal pyramiding works. Offers tips to help you decide whether to join a MLM plan. 8.5″x11″, 2 pages.
- Seminar Pitch: A Real Curve Ball [PDF] – Warns consumers about solicitations and infomercials promoting seminars and conferences that promise to help consumers make a lot of money. Tips to avoid getting hit by the seminar pitch. 8.5″x11″, 4 pages.
Here is another source from one of my favorite online business blogs: Real Way’s To Make Money Online: where the author of this blog explains in detail her take on scams:
The Definition of “Scam”
by Anna on October 7, 2012
I see various work at home opportunities get labeled as “scams” quite often when this is not the case at all. It happens not only in the comments here on this site sometimes, but on forums I visit as well.
The bottom line is this — simply having a bad experience with a company does not mean they’re a scam and in fact calling out a company as such is very serious so be careful when you say that, especially when you aren’t 100 percent sure you’re right.
So what exactly is a a scam? Well, it’s safe to say that a company is a scam when they’ve tried to take your money or steal your personal information to use for their own purposes. For example, these fake envelope stuffing jobs are basically all scams. You pay for information with promises of making tons of money only to find out that in order to make the money you’ve got to scam others into believing what you did so they’ll pay too. I have a lot of examples of work at home scams listed here.
But is a company a scam because they unfairly fired you? No. Is it a scam because you don’t like the way they run things? No. Is it a scam because they have a poorly designed website? No. Is it a scam because you worked and then didn’t get paid? Not always — if this happens to you, definitely contact the company before publicly declaring them a scam to see if it can be straightened out in case it was a mistake. If it appears they aren’t paying other people either, then you should be worried.
If you truly think something I have listed is a scam, please please email me so I can check it out before making a public statement that could be very damaging to the reputation of that company. I do read every single email I get so I can assure you it won’t be ignored! I only want legitimate things listed here so I will definitely take your emails seriously.
The Definition of “Scam”
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Consumer Fraud Reporting Website: consumerfraudreporting.org where you find free materials about scam’s and specific types of online scam’s. LINK: Direct Link For Information On Scam’s, Spam and how to identify each, plus instructions to report an incident: Consumer Fraud Reporting DOT ORG
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I am so sick and tired of seeing titles of books or articles like this, “Get It Together And Be Super Bass Ass Princess.”
“Sexy and Savvy Way’s To Be A Resume Queen.”
“Get It In Gear Girl!”
“Girl Friend You Are Wrong: Princess Guide To Guys & More.”
“Savvy Bitches Guide To Fabulous-city!”
Savvy-to know; understand.
Savvy does not also mean hot, sexy, cool or dressed for work and still looking hot.
Sassy-adjective, sas·si·er, sas·si·est. Informal . impertinent; insolent; saucy: a sassy reply; a sassy teen.
pert; boldly smart; saucy: a sassy red handbag.
What Is Impertinent? adjective 1.intrusive or presumptuous, as persons or their actions;insolently rude; uncivil: a brash, impertinent youth.
2. not pertinent or relevant; irrelevant: an impertinent detail.
3. Archaic . inappropriate, incongruous, or absurd.
4. Obsolete . (of persons) trivial, silly, or absurd.
Example Sentences-It also describes the life of a princess, especially a princess by marriage.
For once in a video game, your princess isn’t in another castle.
-[prin-sis, -ses, prin-ses] Show IPA noun
- 1.a non reigning female member of a royal family.
- 2.History/Historical . a female sovereign or monarch; queen.
- 3.the consort of a prince.
- 4.(in Great Britain) a daughter or granddaughter (if the child of a son) of a king or queen.
- 5.a woman considered to have the qualities or characteristics of a princess.
Using Bitch is fine and if you say, “girl or girlfriend,” at home or daily that is fine too. But Princess is a name that represents: Disney, Your Puppy and a tragic pre determined title that usually led to death hundreds of years ago in Europe.
The problem is this bitches:
Women need to know personal finance! Women need to make it a no holds bar, numeral UNO need to do now connection within exhaling repetitions. We can try to break down who’s distortion this is, however it’s not an assertion of men trying to make women less motivated to learn about the stock market. It’s not about women and men centralizing a new phraseology of thesis based pomp and circumstance! It’s simply that in 2012, females need to turn on the news and get some alleviation from that guilt contemplating that tells us when we should be exercising substance instead of making excuses.