Hey, Brad Campbell here – have you seen my bonus offer yet? If not, click here to see what all the buzz is about surrounding Adam’s Mobile Monopoly 2.0 launch…
If you’ve ever searched Google for the phrase “Adam Horwitz scam,” you’re crazy.
Okay, maybe not crazy.
Perhaps easily influenced would be more appropriate. I mean, it’s a shame that the Internet marketing community is so damn negative these days.
Everyone’s paranoid about getting ripped off – and I get it.
Most affiliate marketing courses are borderline scams. And scam is a serious word. If I were a product owner and heard talk of my stuff being a scam, I’d probably sh*t a brick ;-)
(Then try to sue some fools, LOL).
Then again, I have morals and would never rip someone off just so I could make an easy profit.
These shade ball marketers who’re on ClickBank every week launching one push-button miracle software after the next could care less about the thousands of customers they end up ripping off.
So again, if you’re considering buying Adam’s newest Mobile Monopoly 2 creation… I’ll cut you some slack if you ended up here because you were Googling to find out some dirt on that young baller, Adam Horwitz.
But, since you’re here, I’ll set the record straight: he’s NOT a scammer and doesn’t push scam products.
Never has, never will.
Has there ever been any unhappy campers with his former info products? Sure. Probably many. Always keep in mind, however, that 95% of aspiring affiliate marketers (well, any Internet marketer in general, that is) fail for a reason.
Most people are not cut out for this whole ‘entrepreneur’ title.
It takes discipline, hard work and major consistency – even with a proven road map.
So I always encourage my blog readers to take any criticism they see over a given product with a large grain of salt. Take the Warrior Forum reviews, for example.
Despite a few ‘diamonds in the rough’ most of the members chiming in are just spewing out random thoughts and opinions.
Many times, those who’re speaking the loudest haven’t even bought the damn course.
And if they have, it’s highly unlikely they ever worked it to the max. Let’s be honest, most of us don’t ;-)
I can assure you I’ve bought a few systems in the past that I’ve been able to make decent money with and yet, when I check the Warrior Forum feedback, all you see is a bunch of pessimistic haters.
Don’t get me wrong though, there are some excellent reviews sprinkled in from time to time. I’m just making a generalization by saying ‘most’ are piss poor.
“What does that have to do with Adam Horwitz?”
Good question. This post is basically to stand up for who I believe is one of the top young guns teaching this stuff on the web today. Next to George Brown, I don’t know many other marketers who’re so successful at such a young age.
Whether or not you’re blown away by an Adam Horwitz training program is up to you, but I can assure you there’s no need to sweat a Mobile Monopoly 2 scam ’cause it doesn’t exist.
I have yet to see the members area since I’m typing this before the official launch, but I’ll surely be back to prove those words after he opens the doors in August 2012.
Until then, hang tight.
- Brad Campbell