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In our opinion, David De Angelo’s “Double Your Dating” is a scam – both for overpromising and underdelivering, and for its lack of specific advice, which it promises so blatantly.Check out the system we recommend over David De Angelo’s scam.Rip-Off Rating: 4 “snake oils” out of 5 What We Recommend Instead: Tao of Badass – [WATCH VIDEO] Why do we recommend Tao of Badass instead?It gives genuinely usually advice on how guys can become better with women, and it respects the fact that No one approach works for all women.They were candid – and gave us a lot of information. – A lot of what he promises just isn’t in the book…So is David De Angelo’s “Double Your Dating” a scam or not? It’s a classic case of over-promising, under-delivering.We hoped this wasn’t the case, and hoped Eben actually made a quality product.Because it’s one thing to be able to manipulate people for money with a junk product, and quite another to manipulate people and actually sell them something worthwhile. In order to test “Double Your Dating”, as well as a few other David De Angelo products, we devised a panel of 5 single men, aged 20 to 46. Finding single men on the internet is like finding seaweed in the ocean. (Most of these men were recruited from online forums.) Here is our test panel.
This isn’t the only “seduction secrets for single men” product our team examined. “Double Your Dating,” while not quite the worst, was certainly not the best.We really wanted to like “Double Your Dating,” because we believe one of the big sociological problems of our age is that the sexes can’t understand each other. He is also behind Christian Carter’s basically a version of “David De Angelo” for females. He gives lectures on how to manipulate people to make millions, basically by making any product seem premium and worth buying even when it’s not.Here is Eben Pagan – I mean, “David De Angelo” – talking about how he uses human psychology to manipulate people for greater sales: So “David De Angelo” is really just a damn good direct marketer, preying on single guys’ desperation with a downright scam?We’ve made their names anonymous to protect them from embarrassment: – Mark A student, wants more dates. – Paul Unemployed, wants his ex-girlfriend back or at least wants to make her jealous.– Lenny A self professed “ladies man”, thinks he knows it all when it comes to women. We gave each of these men a copy of “Double Your Dating” and let them get access to their choice of 2 other products.