I’ll come clean and admit I’m not one to enable the Gold Digger lifestyle.
In fact anyone dump enough to ever fallen victim to a gold digger allowed it to happen far as I’m concerned.
Case in point this Japanese dude I saw in the new who divorced his gold digger of a wife after just 6 days.
Because she somehow spent almost $900 of his money before they were married, then proceeded to bankrupt him right after.
Funny part is how the woman went as far as to call him a “scammer” for lying to her and selling her a dream, when he asked her to cut the spending after they got married.
And as much as I really hate to say this… I agree with her.
The gold digging bitch has a point.
Because while these two were dating the guy set the expectation that she would have all the money she wanted in the relationship. Yet soon as they got married he asked her to cut her spending.
Clearly this wasn’t what she bargained for.
This guy failed to set solid expectations with the woman and instead let her run rampant with his funds instead of setting the bar for what was to come.
And it’s the same thing when it comes to you and your customers.
If you want happy customers, treat them like potential Japanese gold diggers with absolutely no restraint.
Set good expectations for what they’ll get from your product and give them a firm glimpse of the future they’ll get once they invest in your service… but don’t sell them a dream.
That’s just asking for an avalanche of refunds, lots of bad mojo… and the FTC knocking on your door.
Till the next wave of madness…