And we got that info from David De Angelo’s website for free! Reading “Double Your Dating” is like waiting for a train that never comes.
You get hyped up for an idea that isn’t explained in detail and isn’t really helpful. From Mark – “I was told to be cocky and funny, but how do you translate that into the real world? It’s pointless.” From Paul – “At least it was a quick read. I don’t think this will be helpful for me at all.” From Lenny – “I got one good line from it, and that’s about it.
Why should guys take advice in seducing women from an otherwise attractive guy? He also, in his “Double Your Dating” programs, teaches that men attract women because of behavior. He has developed a number of “new” methods and techniques for seducing women and hopefully enhancing their attraction “regardless of the man’s appearance.” According to his bio, David De Angelo bases his methods on “human psychology” (as opposed to mineral psychology? He also bases them on “how women are genetically programmed (through evolution) to respond to men”.
Here’s part of David De Angelo’s magic: He can convince so men that his twists and alterations on Ross Jeffries’ old techniques are worth plunking down cash for. David De Angelo’s most popular information is meted out in a series of books, DVDs, concert-like appearances, and other venues with variations on the title and theme of “Doubling Your Dating”.
Take everything the sales letter says with a grain of salt.
We were unimpressed by how much of the book was simply a regurgitation of the free material.
David De Angelo is dark-skinned with a Mediterranean look.
So is David De Angelo’s “Double Your Dating” a scam or not? It’s a classic case of over-promising, under-delivering.We really wanted to like “Double Your Dating,” because we believe one of the big sociological problems of our age is that the sexes can’t understand each other. He is also behind Christian Carter’s basically a version of “David De Angelo” for females. He gives lectures on how to manipulate people to make millions, basically by making any product seem premium and worth buying even when it’s not.