Okay, today I’ve got a review for you about a product that’s actually been out for a few years now. However, this program is pretty cool and I think that although it’s not brand spanking new it still deserves to be discussed. I’m talking of course about Dean Cortez’s legendary MACK Tactics program which first came out in 2004 and was even released as an actual book called “The Science of Seduction Meets the Art of Hostage Negotiation” that was available at the bookstore. (NOTE: I’m going on vacation in a couple hours so minute try to make this as concise as possible and just give you the basic info you need to do so without any further ado let’s jump into this MACK Tactics review.)
One of the coolest things about Dean Cortez’s MACK Tactics program is the fact that Dean actually learned this stuff from a real-life hostage negotiator. The story behind MACK Tactics is really pretty cool. Dean moved out to Las Vegas several years ago after going through bad breakup. As with many guys who been in a relationship for a while Dean’s game was pretty damn rusty. He was out of practice and whenever he tried to pick up on girls he was getting shot down. Then he happened upon a dude who (I believe was named Christopher Curtis?) Who was a total and complete mack with the ladies.
Dean watched this dude in action for a while and was blown away by his skills with women, they made friends and this guy taught Dean all of the best tactics for picking up and closing the deal with hot women. And yeah… The dude is a legit US government hostage negotiator, so he knows a thing or two about how to talk to others persuasively.
As you go through this program you will notice that most of the concepts and strategies that are taught in this program are totally unique. In other words this is not the same old PUA stuff that you will find in 100 other pickup artist books because Dean did not learn this stuff going to PUA boot camps or messing around on forums chatting with a bunch of wannabes…
Below I have provided a summary of what you learn in the Mack Tactics program, as well as a few pros and cons and my final verdict… [Read more…]