January 25, 2010 | by Robert Nelson
I was really excited leading up to the initial release of the Camangi WebStation, and then the practically non-existent early bird discount caused me to make a decision to hold off on my purchase. At that point I had planned to hold off until I saw some hands-on reviews and then assuming all was well I would go ahead with the order. Well, the reviews were decent but nothing spectacular, and based on some of the comments that I received (such as)
“I am a sap who bought one of the webstations.
Uggghhhh. The only thing hurting this device is the speed. It is awful.
Even typing is a chore on the system.”
I decided against a purchase. Anyway, based on this latest email from Camangi I am assuming that I am not the only person that held off.
The title of the email boldly states;
“Buy a Camangi WebStation to get $600 cashback bonus now”
Of course, reading further into the email you find out that there are a few details and that even by making a purchase you are not guaranteed to get $600 cash back — now or later. You have to sign up for the “Shopping Bonus Program,” then buy a WebStation at the Camanagi online store, then “you can easily earn your money back by purchasing products you like to buy on our store.”
Basically, buy a WebStation, then make some more purchase. And those ‘more purchases’ will give you “4% cashback on orders” which will be “returned to your shopping bonus account upon approval.”
Is this enough to convince anyone to make a WebStation purchase?
[via Camangi Market]