The Barefoot Writer’s Club – Good, Bad, or Ugly?

I got an email for The Barefoot Writer’s Club. I went to their website and as the  woman started to speak, I started to get really interested.  She  told of making money writing letters like the ones you received in junk mail which is called copywriting.  She also talked about information emails, and research of other writers as well as other possible jobs that may well be possible to earn money for writers.   After  watching a very long winded video that was nothing more than watching words on a sceen as the voice of a very boring woman’s voice  talked to you.  It almost put me to sleep, and by the way she told you  some of the same facts over and over again.

She made it sound all soooooo good.  They offer a report of” 9 secrets to making a six figure salary”, but you  can find a book on Amazon that  is call “103 Ways to Easy Money as a Professional Writer” for under $5.  Then you FINALLY get to hit the button that has been begging to be hit since the beginning of the video,  they ask you to pay a membership fee of $49.  Once you open the website, you walk into the land of a little information that is useful, but a lot of stuff and coursework offered for sale.  I’m not a rich person.  In fact, I’m on a tight budget and the $49 was a lot for me so there is no way that I can keep giving anymore.  If you want to take any of their courses or get ahead in their business you have to  pay even more money.  The first  $49 will just get you the magazine. with some good  information but most likely nothing but more ads for stuff and courses that may or may not help you. I don’t know.   I didn’t get to look at the employment board that they said they  had that had all the opportunities on it. I just got out of there because I knew I was in the wrong place for me.

After being disappointed with this website.  I asked for my money back and they did refund it.  I was surp rised, but happy to get my money back.  After my experience I wondered if I was the only one so I searched the web to see if I was alone in my experiences, and I wasn’t. As it turned out, “The Barefoot Writer’s Club,” was already labeled a disappointment by other people.  I can’t say it’s scam just because I can’t afford what they provide.  I can’t tell you if what they offer is any good or bad either.  All I can tell you about it is that if you want to throw a lot of money around for your writing career, then you can try out the Barefoot Writer’s Club. Otherwise, save your money and don’t even try the Barefoot Writer’s Club.  Their free report is not really that good, and the email that you have to put up for it is just not worth the hassle.

I hope this helps just one person.