I'm very informed on the situation and I've read every post in that thread.
And apparently not understood them.
If some of the reasons to call his service a scam is based on how he reacted to your posts
If you had, you would know that the main reason we're saying his service looks like a scam (note: not is a
scam, looks like
a scam) is because he:
a) refuses to actually demonstrate that the service he's selling actually exists
b) flips between one answer and the next, apparently without realising that he's contradicting himself.
If someone comes to you and offers to sell you a bridge, then you don't just jump up and down and say "this bridge sale will make you a millionaire!"; you ask to see the bridge, and the proof that the guy owns it.
Topogae showed us a deed, but when we checked it out, it was a deed to a smaller, crappier bridge than the one he tried to sell us. When asked about it, he said "oh, yeah, I just showed you that deed to get you to shut up". So we asked for the actual deed, or at least to see the actual bridge, and he said "the bridge I described exists, and I've got lots of people interested in buying it" but still didn't show us any proof of anything.
But of course you know all this, because you read the thread.
I would rather be involved with someone willing to fight for their product rather than someone who just blows off attacks to it.
Good for you. However bold you may be, though, I suspect most people would rather be involved with someone who knows what he's doing and is behaving in a professional and trustworthy manner.
Isn't the premise of the entire thread untrue, or at least very misleading? I've never asked for money.
As has been pointed out: you're asking for a cut of the profits, which is effectively asking for money.
Not to mention that, as the old adage goes, "time is money"; you're definitely asking for an investment of someone else's time.
The title is bad, perhaps, but the "premise of the entire thread" is just that people should be wary about getting into bed with you.