Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Christian Carter Scam or Not?

Some women who have purchased Christian Carter’s book Catch Him and Keep Him presume that the voluntary singing up for his monthly subscription program is a scam, to which I must rebut. When you buy Catch Him and Keep Him, READ what it says. It has an option to sign up for additional information that is delivered to you monthly. And when you do leave that check mark on, you will receive digital products IN ADDITION to the book. This is not included in the price of the book and the first month I believe is free after which you just have to cancel. As an alternative, you may opt to never receive additional products in which case you will never be charged an additional fee.

If you do, you can cancel Christian Carter at any time. By the way, you can buy it by clicking here or ==> Read More About Catch Him and Keep Him >>>

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See, a lot of women are so eager to buy and read Catch Him and Keep Him that they don’t pay attention. Then they receive the additional products and think, cool! A month later their credit cards get charged and they go what the heck is it for? When you buy something online, look what it says. Look what you are paying for. Pay attention if it says, monthly subscription or not. If you contact Christian Carter’s office and explain the situation you will get your refund if you did not intend to purchase additional products, however I strongly urge you to actually read what you are signing before you do.

Christian Carter is a world-leading relationship coach who has millions of subscribers. He didn’t make his name by scamming people, so I really have to rebut this presumption. He has in fact indicated that he in the past has returned people’s money for the subscription when they requested a refund. So, don’t panic. Send him an e-mail and your money will be refunded, not for the book, but for the subscription.

As far as the book goes, you can download it free for seven days. After that you get charged unless you cancel. There are some scummy people who just want to download the book and get their money back. This will backfire on them. Sometimes I just think, what is it really worth to you to get your dating life back in order? Isn’t it worth the twenty-five bucks? Someone has worked hard to put this information together for you. And this is someone’s sole income.

Christian Carter is a relationship coach whose sole income is writing amazing books for women to help them in their dating life. If you want his book free, how would you feel if your boss told you, hey this week you are not getting paid for your job? So, what makes it normal to take the hard earned money from someone who has worked hard to help YOU? Buy the book , swallow the cost and move on. I hope the book helps you and it will. But if you want to be scummy, it will surely backfire. If you’ve enjoyed Christian Carter’s Catch Him and Keep Him, you may also like How To Find a Husband Book

45 comments:

  1. That's all well and good, but what do you do when you continually try to cancel and your email keeps getting sent back? I'm being charged a lot of money each month and I'd simply like it to stop. -Trish

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  2. Christian Carter's materials are wonderful, however, at $200 a pop, they are overpriced by any standards.

    He is not hurting for cash after all this, oh no.

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  3. typical, after sending an email immediately after the order of the BOOK ONLY, I have had no response from the official website, the answer service via telephone or the email address. I bought the ebook as a gift for my friend to which I explained by email and had NO want or need to receive emails and the rest of the stuff that goes with it...very frustrating when I have to use valuable time to cancel - will not recommend it to anyone, will in fact warn against it....
    Kylie - NORWAY

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  4. Yep I didn't read it properly and started being charged monthly, but it was easy to get a refund! If it were a scam, the refund would have been much harder if not impossible to get. I would love to try his other products, particularly "From casual to committed" but can't afford the purchase price, especially after currency conversion, would cost me almost $400 Australian!

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  5. i sended a "cancel subscription" yesterday at 10:00pm and i got a response that my subscription has been canceled today at 6:00am.
    I also unchecked the boxes of subscriptions before paying.

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  6. Carter Christian is a scam. Do not subscribe to his abusive, antagonistic "book" unless you want to read stuff like this:


    "I've got to be honest with you.

    I cringed as I read several things here...
    and the only thing running through my head was,
    "WHAT IS SHE THINKING!?!?"

    Do me a favor-

    Take a deep breath... center yourself for
    a minute... make sure you're sitting up straight
    and paying attention... and go ahead and give
    yourself a good hard SLAP!

    OK. Now that you know how much this hurts
    and how dumb this is to do to yourself... I want
    you to go ahead and do it again.

    Seriously.

    Give yourself one more good hard SLAP across
    the face."

    This man is sick, he preys on women with insecurities for money and NEVER gives any solid advice. He tears women down and reading his material is not good for one's self-esteem. Please do yourself a favor, save your money, go pamper yourself at a spa with a happily married girlfriend and get some solid, usable advice for a real relationship....
    Wishing you all blessings!

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  7. That above comment was taken out of context from a newsletter he sends by email. I have not read Christian Carters books and am in fact looking up info first to see if its worth it (or scandal)..but dont like to see people taking things out of context. You should have kept reading...that message had a point to it and he is actually trying to help women. More than not, in the letters I get by email...he is very uplifting toward women and wants us to stop doing the wrong things that cause us pain in the end. That was taken the wrong way completely. (in responce to the above comment.)

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  8. I was skeptical to buy "Catch Him and Keep Him" but I am very glad I did. After reading the book, I met the man I am currently dating and working hard not to repeat the same mistakes I have made in past relationships (and so far it's been well worth it).

    When I ordered the book I didn't read the 'fine line' and did start to receive the additional CD's. I immediately returned them and there was no problem with additional charges and canceling the subscription.

    My only wish is Christian's "From Casual to Committed" CD series was not so expensive. I would buy it in a heartbeat! But, with todays economy, I just can't afford it.

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  9. I read his first ebook and applied it and it helped a lot. I'd like to get the other one "Casual to Committed" but I think it's way over priced. I simply can't afford it and I think it may be more of the same info...but my relationship is going really well since I've implemented his advice...so I don't think he's trying to scam women..but he should bring his prices way down.

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  10. I believe that ultimately when you are content with yourself and send out the correct 'vibes' you will attract the correct man. It is all about loving yourself, being confident and being honest. As much as it is wonderful to follow all the books advice you are still playing a game. What is the point of trying to adapt your own behaviour to 'prove' to a man you are worth his affection he should be trying to prove he is worthy of your affection. You must believe you are worth his affection. If he doesn't see it then it's his loss. So with that advice I do not need to charge you 200 dollars! Mich

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  11. We are learning how to identify reliability and credibility sources at school. I love Christian's work, I have purchased every program. But I have been trying to learn about his bio and did not find any. Like what kind of degree he has and work experience. I am just curious! :)

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  12. Dear Anonymous,

    Christian does not have a relevant degree as far as I know. He has learned the things that he writes about from his own experience and from talking to women and doing a lot of reading.

    If you have purchased any or all of his programs you know that they are well worth the money.

    For those who are interested to check out his programs, here are the links that will take you directly to each:

    Catch Him and Keep Him Book

    Natural and Lasting Attraction - Most Popular

    Finding Love Online - How to find the right man online on a dating site

    Inside The Mind Of a Man - explains the reasons men lose interest in women they date and how to show him you are the one for him and to keep him intensely attracted to you forever.

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  13. I've been receiving e-mails from him forever and I finally decided to go for it. It's not a scam at all. Uncheck the boxes, and send an e-mail to cancel the other subscription that comes with your order. No problemo. They sent me a confirmation of the cancellation within hours and I'm only getting billed for what I ordered. All good ladies, just pay attention and don't be so sensitive.

    love and peace

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  14. How do you cancel? I specifically bought ONLY the ebook and opted not to receive anything in the mail, yet, Woops! 1 week later I received a CD I didn't want. Then, this week, I checked the mail only to find another CD... Strange... Not until I checked my bank statement and there was a $20 charge for it!! I'm absolutely dissatisfied, and would like to know how to cancel.

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  15. You should have a receipt for those charges. Look at your receipt and find customer service contact info.

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  16. I have been trying to cancel foryhree days and have not been able too. i never recieved the ebook and now am nervous because I cannot get to the page to cancel ...it keeps blocking me out. This is a scam and completely ridiculous.

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  17. I BOUGHT THE BOOK AND UNCHECKED THE OTHER OPTIONS OF MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTIONS AND HAVE ONLY PAID FOR THE BOOK AND HAVE NEVER RECEIEVED ANY OTHER MATERIALS OR CHARGES. I WAS NOT SCAMMED. I WAS CURIOUS TO SEE IF HE HAD ANY "TRUE SECRETS" TO SHARE-- HE HAD GOOD THOUGHTS-- BUT NOTHING REALLY "NEW" (MY HUMBLE OPINION ONLY-- BUT I READ OFTEN AND A MYRIAD OF AUTHORS ON THIS MATTER.) SOME OF THE THINGS ABOUT THE BOOK I DIDNT THINK WERE GREAT--THE BOOK COULD BE LESS WORDY AND REPETITIVE ALONG WITH MORE NORMAL SPACING AND FONT SIZE. --SAVE TREES (AND MY PAPER!). OVERALL THERE WERE REMINDERS THROUGHOUT THE BOOK TO HELP ME REMEMBER THE BIG PICTURE OF ANY RELATIONSHIP-- THE SAME THEME RESONATES THROUGHOUT-- HIS THOUGHTS ALSO HOLD TRUE FOR MEN WHO WANT A WOMAN TO CATCH AND KEEP OR FOR ANY RELATIONSHIP FOR THAT MATTER (MINUS THE SEXUAL CONSTRUCTS FOR LESS INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS). EVERYONE WANTS A PLEASANT, SECURE, CONFIDENT, LOVING, FUN, (SENSUAL/SEXUAL), RESPECTFUL PARTNER. AND YOU HAVE TO BE ALL OF THESE THINGS TOO TO ATTRACT AND KEEP SOMEONE LIKE THIS. IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE WORTH-- AND IT SHOULD BE A LOT AND EQUAL TO WHAT ANYONE ELSE IS WORTH WITH ALL OF THE ABOVE TRAITS-- THEN YOU WOULD NEVER ACCEPT A PERSON AS A LOVER/BF/FRIEND OR STAY WITH OR PROCEED WITH A RELATIONSHIP WITH A PERSON WHO DOESNT HAVE THE SAME NECESSARY QUALITIES WITH YOU.

    I WOULD LIKE TO SEE HIM CO-AUTHOR HIS CD'S AND BOOKS WITH A WOMAN WHO IS EQUALLY CHARMING AND CONFIDENT, ETC... AND SHARE BOTH PERSPECTIVES- A "HE SAID" - "SHE SAID" SORT OF THING. RELATIONSHIPS ARE TWO WAY STREETS-- BOTH PARTIES HAVE TO BE WILLING AND OPEN TO INVEST AND CHERICH AND NURTURE IT FOR THE LONG HAUL... NO MATTER HOW WONDERFUL YOU ARE, HOW THIN, HEALTHY, FUN, STABLE, EASY GOING, CONFIDENT, PRETTY, BLAH BLAH-- IF HE/SHE DOESNT FIND YOU ATTRACTIVE FOR TWITHIN HEIR OWN PREFERENCES OF BEAUTY AND WORTH-- HE/SHE ISNT GOING TO LIKE YOU. LET'S NOT TRY TO "OVERKILL" OUR EMOTIONS, TIME, ENERGY, LIFE!! ON SOMEONE WHO ISNT GOING TO LIKE US ENOUGH TO SATISFY YOUR NEEDS AND DESIRES-- LET'S MOVE ON MORE QUICKLY AND EMBRACE OUR OWN SELF & SELF WORTH, OUR OWN TIME WITH OUR OWN WONDERFUL SELVES. WINK. BE GOOD AND TRUE TO YOU!!! (FIRST AND FOREMOST!!)

    WITH ALL DUE RESPECT FOR THE AUTHOR, HIS ENERGY, IDEAS, AND LOVE FOR WHAT HE DOES; AND ALL WHO ARE EXPLORING WHO THEY ARE AND HOW TO GET WHAT THEY WANT,
    LYNN, (A COUNSELOR)

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    1. Wow, that was great! Thank you! I was thinking about getting the book but once I read your comment, I decided against it. No offense to Christian, but I want my partner to love me for me, not the facade I put on or games I play to win him over. I want him him to love the mistakes I make and the imperfections I have or I'll never truly be happy. I know Christian warns about the stupid mistakes women make with guys but when a guy can love you even more after you've made that mistake then you know he truly loves you.

      So thank you.

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  18. I receive his news letters in my email and he always begins his letters in a way that he understands the woman and what she is going through and describing her pain, and she is eagerly awaiting a resolution or some help to understanding what happened...and then he Twists it! He turns the problem all onto the woman and makes her believe that she did wrong and wasn't worthy to Keep Her Man! He has never made the man responsible for any of his actions. Women react to how they are being treated. And if a man treats them badly, they react to it. It doesn't mean she deserved to lose her man because she didn't want to compromise her feelings

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  19. I think that Christians Carter's book etc are in the money with how women should deal with relationships. His insights are what every women needs, to have the loving, secure, relationship they have always wanted. Anyone who doesn't understand his concepts are too lazy and proud to explore them.

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  20. I just want to cancel my order before the end of the 7 day free trial. I was told my his live chat line that it was easy...how? Is this a scam or degradation to any woman who tries to read this "book"

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  21. ive been reading christian carters work for a very long time now and i think hes got the right ideas, some women just truely need a slap in the face in order to wake up, in all the time ive been reading christian carters work-half the time i realize and say to myself "omg i acctually do that!" all those rediculous women who complain about his work are all just unwilling to admit to there faults and decide to pin the blame on him cuz they cant face the facts, WAKE UP LADIES! he aint no scam, hes just giving you the truth, degree or not doesnt matter, ur best friend gives you advice on your love life and you dont throw a fit at them because they dont have a degree, sometimes the people that help you the most are complete strangers-they dont have the emotional connection that a friend does so they give things to you straight, and thats exactly what a person needs to have-the flat facts
    THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE!

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  22. I just ordered from the site and when going in to check status am unable to access a login in for support. The 800 # has noone live to talk to. My bank has informed me that they cannot stop pymt on an electronic purchase and due to lack of access there is strong indication that this is a SCAM!!

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  23. listen all women need to learn that sometimes in our heads we did everything right and we think why is he doing this? in reality were not perfect and alot of us subconsiosly carry baggage and it seeps threw our emotions not verbaly to the men were with but threw how we handle situations and i do believe this book would help give us some insite not answers but good solid insite.

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  24. I read Catch him and keep him a few years ago, and at that time I was fascinated by the book, as he gives women advice and tricks on how to catch him and keep him! But soon afterwards I realized that the behaviour he describes maybe successful until you dont fall out of your role and do everything exactly the way he describes in his book. But the moment you forget about his advice and give yourself out with your natural female mistakes of being tired and needy sometimes then everything turns upside down.
    I was wondering why this happens then I found out that this Catch him and keep him book is about Catching and Keeping Conceited Men whose attitude toward women is not of a serious man who wants to settle down yet, rather the man who still enjoys flirting around, who is afraid of women who want a stable relationship. And as long as you are able to play the cool, confident girl who doesnt care a straw about him really, then you will be the centre of His attention, otherwise at the merest sight of you becoming needy for his love, he will ran away. I dont think that I should live my life in a way to follow the pages of a book and plan carefully every move when I am with a man, it is tiring. If he doesnt accept me the way I am then shall I always consult a book to behave in a way to keep his interest! All in all, I realized that the problem wasnt with me or the women Christian addressed his book too, but rather those immature guys who are still in hopeful development (or not)towards being emotionally mature and being firmly grounded to be able to love a woman as she is with everything she is. Maybe some nice guys are inherently hopeless in this respect! :(

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  25. Hi, I have written here a comment a minute ago, but my comment hasnt yet shown up here. Still I wrote another one as well which maybe shows more what I want to convey about the Christian Carter issue. So here it is:

    I am a girl who read Catch him and keep him, I wouldnt say it is a scam, but it is full of advice that can be used to catch and hunt down men who are NOT REALLY interested in you and are looking for some perfect female who rather resembles some cool and conceited female star image than a real needy woman, who has heart but naturallyhas insecurities too. It is all about how you can catch HIM and keep HIM, but throughout the whole book I felt that I am nowhere. You dont do this and that, otherwise you make HIM run as fast as possible! Come on, we all are humans! If I always need to play a role and re-read a book in order to keep HIS interest, then it is quite tiring! It doesnt worth even the most handsome guy really! You can realize this, being accepted the way you are is most important thing! Why should be always the woman who bends herself in everypossible way to fit a guy's expectations??? Anyways, try it out yourself, and you will know what I am talking about.

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  26. I have been considering getting his book but after reading what others say about their problems getting automatic drafts cancelled I have reconsidered. I work for a company that deals with issues like these daily. I don't want to be a victim

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  27. Does anyone know if theres a web sight, kinda like a question board for him where people can ask for advice on their own situations?

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  28. i boughht the book yesterday and made sure i opted out of the extras that he offerd so that i only paid for the book, but its in the back of my mind that it might have been a scam. i have been reading the book and so far it sounds good but i just dont want to be a victim of a scam. im from england and didnt know who christian carter was, can anyone help and tell me if he is genuine?

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  29. I have been debating for months as to whether or not to buy the book. I've been receiving lengthy emails about his relationship advice. This sounded great to me to help me keep the man I'm interested in.
    After reading all of the previous comments, I've taken a turn completely. I now think that I shouldn't have to reinvent myself and my thoughts and actions to make a man want to be with me. Dating and relationships are hard enough without having to worry about every thing you say and do. I think it would cause more analyzing and anxiety for me wondering every moment if I made one of the deadly "mistakes".
    Maybe it works best if you take bits and pieces of his advice and make it work for you as an individual. By following this advice, we are kind of assuming that all men think alike and are programmed the same way. I just don't think that's true.
    CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF I CAN PURCHASE HIS BOOKS IN A BOOK STORE THE OLD FASHIONED WAY INSTEAD OF PUTTING MY FINANCIAL INFO ON LINE?? I have been to Borders, Barnes & Nobles, and no one has ever heard of Christian Carter. Am I missing something? Are his books only available on line?

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  30. I am horrified about Carter's advise to women. A perfect set up to continuously create inequality among genders. What is more disgusting is his supposed way of reading about what women want. Who told him he knows about women!

    I guess, it is the perfect training to invalidate yourself and lay back to meet only a single expectation- that of some "men"
    Who told him he could be an adviser? Those who follow him, sorry sisters, look closely for your self-love and respect!

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  31. I think Christian's approach and information are amazing. It helped me see just how unhealthy and irreparable my mariage was, and how to make positive changes in myself in order to avoid such fiascos in the future. There is a fine line between changing ourselves and finally admitting something just isn't going to work out, and his sense of balance between the two is very appreciated by this subscriber.

    Not only will my realtionships with men be healthier in the future, I believe all my realtionships in life will benefit from what he has shared. Many thanks, Christian!

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  32. This is typical misogynist manipulation! as a previous commentator has pointed out. Buttering you up,' Im on your side 'and then putting the onus on the women. Since typically women turn themselves inside out 'to please their man' this is just cranking up the guilt AND taking your money! You know we would probably be better off NOT buying books like these and seeking proffesional help for self esteem issues. Realistically how many books out there are directed at men about giving women what they want or putting the burden of "making the relationship work' on mens shoulders? The reality is, we are being exploited with great cynicism for our insecurities. And yes WHO DOES HE THINK HE IS TO KNOW WHAT 4 BILLION WOMEN WANT? The man is the worst kind of snake oil salesman.

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  33. somebody help me i cannot figure a way to cancel my 7day trial before it is over...?

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  34. Where's the advice?November 29, 2010 at 9:58 PM

    WOMEN! WOMEN! WOMEN!

    I'm not a professional (yet) and am in no way claiming to be. However, I'm studying to be a relationship counselor (5 years of 6 completed)and with that, along w/ my experience in dating, I'm SO discouraged to see the interest in Christian Carter.

    His advice consists of his opinions from a guy's point of view (more specifically HIS point of view). That's great, but you can get that advice (free) from a brother, father, uncle, cousin, friend, ex-boyfriend, or stranger! I mean anyone who has read the material has to say to themselves "That's it?".

    I don't consider myself a feminist on any standards, but what I've read/heard from him is undeniably sexist, degrading, and lacking a certain "respect" factor that is generally prevalent in most professional publications. The advice is void of any deep core issues that would cause problems in an adult relationship. Neediness? Stroking his ego? What men REALLY mean when they say certain things? This material represents exactly why women feel they have to turn to this stuff for help in relationships-the double standard! And he keeps you coming back for more...

    I had to laugh my way through the material I read. I seriously laughed and wondered to myself "is anyone BUYING into this?"

    I mean no offense (sort of) to Christian Carter. There is certainly something to be said for his charismatic personality that has earned him thousands of followers....oh, and dollars. But ask yourselves, Catch Him/Keep Him Fans, are you buying into the advice? Or are you buying into believing that there's actually a man out there, who has written THE book that will solve all relationship problems? Please allow me to remind you, if it sounds too good to be true...it is! He saw a market for women who are feeling insecure and looking for a "magic fix" to relationship problems. There is no such thing, but the women purchasing the product don't realize that. Gotta love the disclaimer though, "Will this work for everyone? NO IT WILL NOT!".

    *If you read the book and it "worked for you", I can guarantee it had nothing to do w/ the book. It was YOU and you alone. Unless of course, it was a suprise to you to find that guys like "cool girls" (really?!?!) and they don't like "neediness" (who knew?!).

    Again, I'm so discouraged that we, as women, can't take enough pride in ourselves to say "I'm not perfect, but I'm me. There are things I can make better, but a 'How-To' won't do it. My perfect guy is out there, and he'll like me for ME, neediness, un-coolness, and all" :)

    Women I would HIGHLY recommend bypassing Christian Carter for some seriously amazing authors who I've come to respect greatly in my years of researching what makes a relationship work.
    Dick Purnell - "Building a Relationship that Lasts", "Overcoming Relationship Regret", "Becoming a Friend and Lover"
    Joyce Meyer- anything from her, she's an excellent inspiration for women

    And for fun: "He's Just Not That Into You" and "Be Honest-You're Not That Into Him Either"

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  35. I enjoyed Christian Carter and I am an extreme feminist. He has a new perspective and entertaining. I leave professional literature to professionals. Let them research while we live our lives!

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  36. Honestly? I dont know why some women are complaining.
    Take my words for it, he is genuinely talented and has insightful tips. He's really helped me and opened my eyes, he's not degrading us, in the contrary he's waking us UP!
    So ladies, don't go complaining and complaining just read the description box before buying it, don't click on the extra stuff he wants u to buy if u dont want to spend more every month simple as.

    To sum it up, he's very talented and has truly helped me!

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  37. His emails are so tedious. He offers a few good nuggets but you have to wade through his endless questions, verbage, and sales pitch. I'm unsubscribing.

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  38. This is NOT a scam. Cancelling a 7 day trial of C.C's ebook is perfectly straightforward if the the instructions are properly read. C.C. can't be held responsible for click-happy impatience.

    The principles contained seem entirely reasonable to me:
    "How to resist unwittingly being a pain in the arse, and develop self-esteem so the unacceptable never has to be tolerated"

    The style of language is not necessarily to my taste, and the lack of proof-reading and poor grammar sometimes grates a bit, but it would be a mistake to throw out the baby with the bath water.

    The same can be said for Rori Raye - (Have The Relationship You Want) - with whom C.C. sometimes collaborates.

    I subscribe to both their newsletters, and find them both helpful in reminding me how to rise above my impulse to indulge in self-defeating behaviour.

    I cannot afford the programmes, unfortunately, but repeatedly reading the newsletters has already helped haul my relationship back from the brink of destruction.

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  39. I find it to be such a sad commentary but Christian Carter is a HUGE Jackas...! Coming from a strictly Christian, Christ centered perspective men need to man up, take responsibility for their role in a relation to be loyal, loving, serving, and committed partners in a relationship. Women do not need any gimmicks, or tricks to find or keep a man. Go back to the very basic plan that God intended. Christ first in a man's life and through is relationship with God he can then truly serve his mate have all he ever wants in a relationship that will make a woman feel loved and secure. For those skeptics who would say "Dude get real and get with the the way things are today", my answer is very simple...keep doing things the way we are doing it and continue to wonder why the divorce rate is over 50%, the family structure is broken and dysfunctional and both women and men don't trust each other!

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    1. Degrading someone by calling them a HUGE Jackas... is not Christ-like...

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  40. After a short string of unsatisfactory connections, I succumbed to an advertisement, listening first to the "please log in" video, and then the "please buy my book" video once I had logged in. One of the things Christian Carter offers up for FREE in these videos is that we need to notice the red flags and move away from those men before we waste precious time and love on them. Well, taking that advice to heart, I decided NOT to purchase Christian Carter's material the minute he began describing what is happening in these unsuccessful relationships as women losing good men because we make dumb mistakes. Really? If women just do everything the way men like it, that would be a SMART woman, while women who act like women, are human and variable and have multiple strengths and weaknesses are DUMB women? I just don't need to be insulted - by a date OR by a relationship counselor.

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  41. I believe that Christian Carter's materials are not SCAMS but rather eye opening and thought provoking material. His materials have helped me out immensely, and I even spent money to attend a conference put on by him that was out of state. Yes, his materials are pricey but they do contain hours worth of materials to listen and learn from.
    Actually if you break it down his CD's usually run in the $10.00 - $20.00 a piece range depending upon how many are in the program. So though yes the cost of his materials may be high, one should also take into consideration that there are about 6-8 CD's in each program.
    I have a Master's Degree and feel that I am good at analyzing data. What Chritian Carter says makes sense, does help, and is constantly consistent.
    Though his newsletters are lengthy there is always knowledge and information to be gained from them. I would highly recommend his programs to anyone who considering purchasing them.

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  42. I'm told I'm the exact opposite of what this guy says. How dare he self-appoint and speak for half the human race? He's interested in one thing: cash!

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  43. I have called...gone online & cancelled what I said I didnt want in the first place...still lm receiving CD's that I dont want & theyre trying to bill me & i dont have the money...Im reporting to BBB...all i wanted was the free ebook which is not info that i didnt already know & i unchecked the apprpriate box still got the shaft. Just another man emotionally & psychologically abusing women for financial gain.

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