John Durham, whose boasting, self-delusion and deceit has been exposed on this site and on theantiwarrior.com, is engaging in a pathetic attempt to limit the damage with a “mea culpa”, self-serving thread here.
However Warrior Forum member DubDubDubDot takes this month’s prize for hitting the nail square on the head when he responded as follows:
I was really good on the phone, but even being the best telemarketer… it still just wasn’t enough to make it. It wasn’t till later when I put those skills to work for ME in businesses of my own.
Mr Durham, you paint yourself into way too many corners. Even this thread, which is likely damage control for a recent sideshow, contains fantasy peacocking. It's just all so unnecessary.
Stating that you were the "best telemarketer" (thus one can assume an elite closer) and it still wasn't enough to pay the rent is a good example of how you direct the eyes of scrutiny to look your way.
The top sales guys are pulling $250k a year on up while working for someone else. They are living in semi-affluent neighborhoods up to gated communities. Down here in the real word that career position is enough. It's more than enough.
I think you're probably an okay telemarketer, but I also have to wonder if you've seem more success working in telemarketing or working this forum.
Durham is rightly concerned with an upcoming expose of his lies and “colourful” past on theantiwarrior.com by Jack Wadd who has alredy reveraled some scathingly damning information abuot Durham…
…and who has promised a truly devasating part 4 of “Durham’s Bible of Lies” series of posts.
That is one I am looking forward to.
The truly pathetic fact though is that Durham is still a member in good standing on the Warrior Forum..despite failing to deliver on WSOs and consequently defrauding his customers.
In civilized society this type of behaviour would see you brought before a court of law. In the Warrior Forum you can simply publish a self-serving, damage limitation “mea culpa” and continue to strive and thrive.
Provided of course you pay the fee to launch your next WSO.