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“Feels like scam!”

Written on: 17/08/2014 by Jordynz453 (1 review written)

'Text Your Ex Back' is a programme by Michael Fiore who claims to be a dating expert, though no substantial info about him can be found online. I decided to buy this programme which uses text messages designed to make your ex want you back. I found no real reviews on this programme, so I decided to share my opinion - maybe this will help other desperate girls spend their money on something that really works.
I'll be short - the programme consists of modules which you do not get immediately, but each is delivered after four days or so, so you can't embrace the whole programme and see what will be given next which leaves you restricted in your further actions. There are some examples of texts meant to engage your ex in a conversation, then to bring back good memories of you, then to evoke some jealousy, but apart from that the TXB is no good at all! It gives no directions on what to do in complicated situations like when your ex responded super positively to your first message but then stopped, or what to do if he clearly answers out of politeness, or what to do if he asks directly 'Are you trying to get together again?',or what to say if he asks whether you have a new boyfriend. The programme says you'll get him back in a month, 100% success guaranteed, but that's a lie - in three months I only got as far as to make my ex respond to my messages in a friendly way though I used all the 'tricks' from TXB, but he clearly is not going to ask me for a date, though the programme said after this message exchange he'll surely want me back. Besides, it says 60-day risk-free guarantee to get your money back, and I did get my money back, but I actually had to write them twelve or more letters cause they did not answer at first, and only answered when I threatened them with legal actions. Besides, when I got subscribed to their newsletter I started getting lots of links to other products designed 'to get your ex back', and all those videos say the same - great discount, the video will be taken down soon (which never happens), you'll get him commit to you in a month and so on.
In sum, this Michael Fiore guy feels like a scam artist, and this programme (the PDF files you get are like several pages long and far from being helpful or informative and sometimes get even sexist) surely as hell will not help you get your guy back.

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