Avoid the scams, find out which Business Opportunities actually work
20th March 2007
Filed under: General Opportunities,Internet Marketing — Ben @ 5:00 pm

Recieved an email this afternoon from Mark Warren, the creator of the “Ultimate Wealth Package”.

Nothing unusual about that you may think except that 2 minutes prior to that I got exactly the same email from “Danny”, the liar behind Danny’s Scam Review.

The whole email was an elaborate story about visiting the Rich Jerk at his mansion and going out for dinner with him. The purpose of this mailing was to promote the Rich Jerk’s new software.

Apparently both “Danny” and Mark Warren did exactly the same thing when they went to visit RJ:

“I actually know this guy and a few months ago I went out to dinner with him. Here’s what happened, first I fly out to California and rented a car….”

“Danny” seems to get out a lot.

When he was trying to sell the disappointing PDX-Factor course, he claims he went round to see Craig Richards. Of course, he can’t just “pop round” because Craig is in the UK and “Danny” is allegedly in Phoenix in the US. He also claimed that he went around to see Chris Cobb, another UK marketer.

All of it is completely rubbish, of course, “Danny” seems to be Mark Warren in disguise or vice versa.

I realise that people use pen names and it has gone on for years. The problem with Mr Warren and his “Danny” alias is that he uses this pen name to shamelessly promote his own material, creating false testimonials and making up fake statistics. He’s a shill.

Unfortunately he isn’t alone, it seems to be a regular occurrence now that certain internet marketers create alter-egos to promote their own products and appear as satisfied customers.

Their major weapon in this type of scam is domain registration protection. They can register domains without revealing who they are and con plenty of people without being found out.

That is, of course, as long as they are careful. Mark Warren is so desperate for cash that he shoots himself in the foot by sending out the same email both as “Danny” and also as himself.

It’s pathetic and gives other internet marketers a bad name…


  1. He did the same thing with Instant Money Vault. I received 3 emails and they were all the same and were signed in order.

    Michelle Andrews

    Mark Warren

    Mark Andrews

    Comment by Phil Miranda — 29th June 2007 @ 7:03 pm

  2. I have a better discription for Mark Warren and ASSociates. He and his ASSociates are what comes out of bottom feeders after they’ve had a meal. The lowest form of life on the planet. I devising a plan to create my own blog to expose him and all the other bottom feeder fecal matter out there. Have a good day.

    Comment by Kathy — 2nd August 2007 @ 7:19 pm

  3. Scam Scam Scam – Do not sen him any money it is a stringing scam.

    Comment by wayne — 4th September 2007 @ 1:41 pm

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