I received an email last night, apologizing for the problem and providing a download link.
The question I think many of you have now is — Just what did I get for my $37.00? Good question.
There was the 65-page e-book, the Migraine Relief Guide, a pain relief e-book, a Migraine tracker, and a recipe book. Now, I never did get the recipe book. Even on their download page, that link is broken. But then, it's the Migraine Relief Guide that you're paying for. The others are "free bonus material."
Some people believe in the saying, "You get what you pay for." With the advent of the Internet and e-books, this saying is quickly going by the wayside. Since the Migraine Relief Guide is supposedly what I paid $37.00 for, I'll focus on my problems with it, being general so as not to violate her copyright...
- $37.00 for a 65-page e-book is absurd.
- Some of the information in it is outdated.
- Some of her suggested "remedies" have no scientific basis.
- There's nothing new or unique in it.
You can find better and more current information online.
If you want to buy a book, you can go to Amazon and spend $15 or less for a book that will have more and better information than I paid $37 for in this thing.
This supposedly has a money-back guarantee. Their site says, "If you're not satisfied, I will return your money." I emailed them today, requesting a refund. Again, I'll keep you posted.