He emailed the seller saying, - well, let me show you what he said to me:
>>>>Hi Tiffany, for whatever reason, I did not receive my download? can you help me please. thanks, (name removed)
1. Survival Prepper MEGA PLR Pack WSOSurvival Prepper MEGA PLR Pack WSO$27.00
§ Item number: 648
§ Item price: $27.00
§ Quantity: 1
· Item total$27.00
· Total $27.00 USD<<<<
So I sent it to him because I was busy. 30 mins later a good buddy of mine emails me saying she got a weird email (same thing - only for HER WSO).
So I ask for his receipt. Oh, he's having computer trouble - can't get it, etc. I call him out as someone who is now being considered a thief (since 2 others say he did it to them), and he asks me for my buy button.
THEN he buys it. He didn't buy the others. So I posted about it on my FB. Suddenly MORE people are coming out - EXACT same message being used all the way back to 2013 when he scammed someone out of their kitchen PLR.
Now for me, it's a personal lesson learned - no more being lazy, have to give everyone a hard time and require the receipt, double check it, etc. I hate that. I'd have preferred to lend trust.
We joked about having him banned as a buyer on some platforms, but really, why? He's not buying anyway! He's emailed the lazy or busy marketers and taking advantage of them. So what's a ban going to do?
Just wanted to alert you to the verbiage being used. I noticed he had posted in one WSO here saying something around the same thing - bet that person sent it to him.
Not one of us had found him in our systems as being an actual buyer.
So who wants to write the "How to Contact Lazy or Busy Marketers and Scam Them Out of Their Products?" WSO?