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20 Reviews0.5/5

Super misleading. Also not sure what the user will get for a monthly fee. Is the list getting updated on a monthly basis?

EDIT: I just reread this and it seems rude. That's not my intention, however when you charge people money and take something from them - anything, even their email - it is expected that they get some value in return, even if that's not very significant.

Another sales pitch just feels like a steal, not only of their data (email), but of their time.

Pros:

I haven't found anything since I wasn't able to try the product.

Cons:

Super misleading front page, what is the point of collecting user's email if only thing what the user gets back is another sales pitch.

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Yeah, this seems to be a fast way to collect emails from the startup companies people. Here you yourself become a product and you even pay a monthly fee for it :D Later they can share or sell your email with others sellers
There is now a FREE sample available when signing up :) Hope you all like it :)
Your intro section seems like a ploy just to get emails. It says just signup with email OR buy now. I shared my email with you assuming it would share some of the list, but rather it is just another sales pitch saying to buy now, and now you have my email. Very misleading copy.
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@15greenberg This pissed me off. Very misleading.
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@15greenberg There is now a FREE sample available when signing up :) Hope you all like it :)
@svenvd_zee There is now a FREE sample available when signing up :) Hope you all like it :)
As a media owner, I hate this kind of stuff as most of those emails are put in without a consent, as well as from 99.9% they don't lead to any coverage. Every writer that gave a regular consent or published an email address directly requires a specific type of content, a form of email (i.e. specific subject) or is automatically filtering emails based on some keywords. The more tools like this exist the more BS comes to the media editors and the chance of scoring a nice coverage are getting lower and lower because of those further restrictions from their side (due to volume). Do you even know how many emails do they receive a day just because of such junk services? I am not saying the execution is wrong, you did all right, I just don't agree with such stuff in general. Your second product is more promising I guess if it works like it says that it works.
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In this day and age who doesn’t offer a free trial, or show case studies of success. Who has used your product and did it work for them?

Pros:

I don’t know

Cons:

Misleading homepage. Seems like an email capture scam.

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There is now a FREE sample available when signing up :) Hope you all like it :)