I thought it was Millard Grubb.
The problem I have with this type of approach is if you really have something of value that you want to share, then just share it. Don't ask. Don't make people beg. Don't ask us to sign up for an email course. Don't put people down before they even know what you're going to offer - which is what this is:
There is one slight snag. However that snag is exactly the same snag as every other magic marketing course. That is, that few of you will do anything with the information.
So if you have something of value to share, then just share it. Post it here. If people are interested, they will read it. Some of those people will appreciate it. Some people will criticize it. Maybe a few will run with it and you will make a financial difference in their lives.
If you want to reverse the trend of sleazy magic marketers - and there are way too many to name - then just be upfront and honest with what you have. Anything else is BS.