Could Warrior Forum Ads be a scam?

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Since WarriorForum is devoted to Making Money Online, & is full of descent, honest & helpful people, I would assume that all advertisements are true & scam free.

Or is that not a guarantee?
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  • Profile picture of the author NatesMarketing
    What do you mean by scam?

    I would not say they link to scams.

    Sure, they may link to poor quality products, but I would not classify them as scams.
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  • Profile picture of the author calexandru
    I don't think they are scam, if you check the products and reviews before you buy them you might know if they are scam or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author dkla27
    No guarantees, but you can rely on the consensus of the community to make an informed decision for yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author ImWendy
    Originally Posted by FarisYagh View Post

    Since WarriorForum is devoted to Making Money Online, & is full of descent, honest & helpful people, I would assume that all advertisements are true & scam free.

    Or is that not a guarantee?
    Where there are decent honest people, there will always be some scammers that fall through the cracks and manage to get a service or product out that is worthless, done only for the purpose of separating you from your $$$. That being said, don't assume that ALL advertisements, whether here or anywhere else, are scam free.
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  • Profile picture of the author yjtung
    Many people who sell ads on this forum are reputable warriors themselves. But of course, you always hafto do your due diligence as a consumer before buying
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Never assume anything is guaranteed. I personally think that most people here have good intentions but you will always find some that are out there to "scam" people, same as in any forum. However, I think that percentage is much lower here because we are also a community that watches each other.
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    • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
      Since WarriorForum is devoted to Making Money Online, & is full of descent, honest & helpful people, I would assume that all advertisements are true & scam free.
      Assume nothing.

      The majority of sellers here are legit, and we get rid of scammers when we become aware of them. Still, no market of any size is completely free of folks who take advantage of others. The creeps will sneak in anywhere they think they can make an easy buck.

      The situation here isn't made any easier by the people who sell courses telling new folks that this is the place to start their online sales efforts. But that's a whole other can of worms.


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  • Profile picture of the author MartinPlatt
    Originally Posted by FarisYagh View Post

    Since WarriorForum is devoted to Making Money Online, & is full of descent, honest & helpful people, I would assume that all advertisements are true & scam free.

    Or is that not a guarantee?
    An advert in any site is no guarantee of quality. You have to do your due diligence, and find out if it is of value for you.

    There are plenty of infomercials that can vouch for this lack of quality, and here is no different.

    If you want something that is likely to be good, have a look for reviews and proper testimonials from people who have got results rather than review copies.
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