Warrior Forum Scammer Confesses

I recently stumbled upon a shocking story in which a scammer privately confessed to the scams he’d been perpetrating on Warrior Forum.

The scammer in question (Andy Tudor) charges from $250 to $500 for a solo ad to an opt-in list with 50,000 subscribers.

The problem: There is no list.

You pay a few hundred bucks and in exchange you get a bucketful of anger and regret.

I never go to Warrior Forum, and I have no interest in doing so.

This is just one reason why:

-Ryan M. Healy

P.S. Want to be better at spotting scammers? Read my article “7 Traits Scam Artists Have in Common.”

Ryan M. Healy

Ryan Healy is a financial copywriter and the author of Speed Writing for Nonfiction Writers. Since 2002, he has worked with scores of clients, including Agora Financial, Lombardi Publishing, and Contrarian Profits. He writes a popular blog about copywriting, advertising, and business growth, has been featured in publications like Feed Front magazine, and has been published on sites like WordStream.com, SmallBizClub.com, and MarketingForSuccess.com.

Codrut Turcanu - April 5, 2011

Yup, I read that too. Did you think the Internet or WF is a “sacred” place full of honest people and marketers?

    Ryan M. Healy - April 5, 2011

    No, I don’t think that.

    But scammers flourish in places where people are actively looking for business opportunities and ways to make money on the Internet. Warrior Forum fits the bill.

Boris C. - April 30, 2011

And Digital Point?

Boris C. - April 30, 2011

I heard it has a lot of scammers and newcomers, but i do not visit it almost and like Warrior Forum more.

Danny - May 5, 2011

Ehmm may i comment Ryan..
Im both WF and DP member, and..I was there as a seller (mostly). I sell Links and blogposts. But I did bought once a $10 bucks e-book on WF, and I would say that it wasn’t quite a scam, It was just not like I was expecting when I decide to make the purchase. It was merely some ‘Theories’ on how you can get money online. Could work (or not!) never bother to try it tho’ hahaha

So first thing that you should check out before you’re buying anything on those two major forum is the seller reps. You can see it on their profile. It’s not always a guarantee, but it helps somehow. I don’t trust WF frankly, since they got a lot of ‘trusted’ members there but like my experience, I did buy from good reps member, but still not satisfied, they don’t deliver just like what they said. But I still trust DP, since they have this reciprocal reputation system (I dont know how to explain this)… and till now I’m still an active seller on DP (and WF sometimes)

Ash - May 17, 2011

WF is far worse than Digital Points. You can actually get good advise on Digital Points and there are great threads from time to time. Every topic is just about plugging someone’s scam on WF.

Boris C. - May 17, 2011

¬†What do you mean by “plugging”?

    Ryan M. Healy - June 29, 2011

    “Plugging” in this context is just a different word for “promoting” or “selling.”

Bob - May 21, 2011

Hey Boris,

Have you heard anything about Andy Tudor who sold a deal where he would build you a website for $997, whereby he guarantees that you will make between $2,000 and $5,000 per month??

Dimitri - June 29, 2011

You went to Warrior Forum before to post your WSO yet you said that you never went there.

    Ryan M. Healy - June 29, 2011

    Don’t know what you mean. I’ve never posted a WSO.

    You may be confusing me with another “Ryan Healy” who is quite active on Warrior Forum and — believe it or not — looks similar to me.

    My username there is -RMH-

    My last post there was in 2008, and that was because of a thread that I felt compelled to respond to.

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