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Stompernet Guys Are Nuts!

11 Sep

I’ve gotta tell you, I’ve seen some crazy and loony people in my life, but Brad and Andy from Stompernet are just out of their freak’n mind! Never have I seen a person or group give away so many things for free. I mean FREE. Yeah, I paid like $10 for shipping and handling, but I’m getting about $500 worth of merchandise from them. Oh and to top it all off, they got their friends to give away THOUSANDS of dollars worth of merchandise.

I don’t usually recommend a company. Not because I hate all companies or that I don’t like the competition, but I’ve never found one worth mentioning. And this, I’d feel disgusted with myself if I don’t. Go to this LINK RIGHT HERE and pick up your free products and bonuses. You have until Monday, September 15th. Look, if you haven’t heard about them or their promotion by now, you really need to stop hiding under the rock.

Kevin Lam

Kevin Lam is a self-taught internet marketer, web developer and traffic conversion expert that started since he was 17 in 2000. Even throughout his 5 years in the Navy, Kevin continued to hone his skills. Kevin now owns multiple digital companies including a Strategic, Digital Marketing Firm, a Sales Funnel Concierge Service, General Support Company and other digital products.


  1. Michael Sturgis | September 11, 2008 at 8:53 am

    Hey Kevin, I agree that they have some good stuff, but i always worried when i see forced continuity.
    ” If you LOVE IT and want to keep getting future iss.ues, you’ll be billed $39.95 a month, each month, started with issue #2 (due out in October).”
    Sometimes these are hard to get cancelled if the magazine is not worth the $40.00.


  2. Kevin Lam | September 11, 2008 at 10:14 am

    I can’t imagine it being that hard to unsubscribe from them. They have a reputation to uphold. At least, I assume they do. Either way, if you’d like, I’ll keep you posted on the free stuff (if you decided not to get it).

  3. BinkyM | September 11, 2008 at 11:21 am

    “I can’t imagine it being that hard to unsubscribe from them” : Oh, poor, unsuspecting Kevin! Having read Michael’s comment above that forced continuity is involved, I’m not even clicking the link. I’ve read of the nightmares involved, how PayPal isn’t used for payment so you can’t simply cancel your subscription, how you need to contact the company to cancel, they’ll make (unkept) promises to cancel, you’ll be billed two, three, or more times, you’ll phone, you’ll email, you’ll threaten, you’ll call your credit card company, you’ll regret ever having become involved in the first place … No way. My time’s too precious, and I don’t need the aggravation. Forced continuity is the new way to vacuum money out of the pockets of people not paying close attention, and it’s rude (unless it’s in red type at least the same size as the rest of the page, and not hidden away and a surprise like lotsa creepy, underhanded people do it.)

    No thanks!

  4. Kevin Lam | September 11, 2008 at 11:29 am

    Hmmmn, thanks for the heads up, Binky. I’ll keep an eye on it and let you know what happens, okay? I’d hate to run a business like that though. Eek!

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