10 days ago - I got 3 sales for $99.
All 3 of them were referred by the same affiliate at Warriorplus.
After a few hours - all 3 of them filed an "Unauthorized Claim" at Paypal.
Turns out - their paypal account was hacked.
And the hacker used their paypal acc to buy my course.
Once the account owners got to know about this - they filed a claim and got their money back.
So the payments were reversed and everything got back to normal.
But it was far from normal.
Paypal thought I was upto something evil. And limited my account.
They asked me to give them proof of shipping. Stuff I didn't have.
I provided all the info I could.
But my account is still limited.
And I don't have access to ANY of my funds.
I talked to Mike - Founder and CEO of Warriorplus - 10 days ago.
He realized it was a scammer and banned that affiliate.
But that's not enough.
Now to be fair - they display this message on the affiliate page:
"Please DO NOT approve affiliates to promote your products that you do not know and/or trust."
But that's not an efficient method to keep scammers out. Or even a realistic scenario.
I don't know 99% of the affiliates that are applying!
None of us do. I can't turn away 99% of the people - just because I don't know them.
But that message does absolve Warriroplus of any responsibility.
Just like how banks ask you to count the number of cheque leaves in the cheque book when you recieve it.
Nobody's going to do that! But the bank is off the hook then.
My point is..
Just know that some affiliate at Warriorplus can scam you the same way.
And paypal can and probably will limit your account.
And that's hard to reverse.