Not for the 1st time, John Durham (JD) has been described as a crook by his customers.
But does that stop this bible quoting telemarketing superstar?
Not at all.
JD says it is all part of being a "seasoned warrior". John Durham thinks once you continue to post lots and lots of posts..about anything..and get enough "thanks"..you can do just about anything.
Including being a serial WSO creator who fails to deliver.
Lets face it-he has been doing this for years and has gotten away with it.
Some of his "supporters" put it down to having the attention span of a grasshopper.
Me? I put it down to having the same IQ as my right testicle.
Anyway..here is the thread promising the sun, moon and stars. (Take a look before the Warrior Forum closes and deletes it to protect one of their "seasoned Warriors")
Just read to the end and you see where it all goes horribly wrong as Durham fails to deliver what his customers have paid for.
Not only that: JD, telemarketing champion, has a neck as hard as a jockey's vital member and he blissfully continues with his mixture of bible quotes, telemarketing evangelism, and self delusion.
I have written about this bullshitter before here.
Durham is good with the excuses-I will hand him that. He has used every excuse under the sun ranging from custody battles, divorce, etc. etc. to avoid his responsibility and deliver for his customers that for which they have paid.
It is time to man up JD-lets see what you are really made of and actually
- deliver on your false representations and
- show even a scintilla of proof of success.
What is not allowed is some corny war story from 15 years ago about some fictitious friend of yours who accumulated millions.
What have you actually done? Lets see the color of your money.
And please do us all a favor and don't launch another worthless WSO to pay for your Christmas.
I note that Jack Wadd of theantiwarrior.com (Gurus of the Ghetto) is promising a detailed expose of Durham and I must admit I am looking forward to it.
This guy's failure to deliver what he is charging for, his constant blowing his own trumpet, and his mixture of southern evangelism about telemarketing and cold calling was bound to lead to this sooner or later..
Here is a link to one of Durham's finest moments which he proudly relates on the Warrior Forum.
What Durham did, in his own words, is basically a scam/fraud but don't take my word for it. Here is his:
In 2003 I developed an offline network of around 2,000 agents and did almost a million dollars in sales within 6 months.
1: Basically I set up a funnel where I would place ten ads at a time on career builder and monster.com
2: This would generate thousands of people clicking the "send resume' button every week.
3: Those people were sent an auto response message saying that our director was overlooking their resume and that they should go learn about the opportunity and submit a formal application for more serious consideration.
4: This linked them to a page where they learned of the opportunity to become an agent. They also learned there was a $300 deposit required on their presentation materials which was returnable after their first 3 sales.
5: If still interested they would fill out an application set up with "take aways"... where they would sell themselves, and check a box that said they knew there was a fee involved.
6: Those thousands of resumes per week turned into hundreds of "applicants".
7: My telemarketers called them back, interviewed them, and sold them an opportunity kit for $300.
Put simply, Durham advertised jobs and when desperate workers in need of work contacted him and his "team" they tried to sell them a "kit" for $300.
What a douche bag.
And remember, this is one of Durham's best money making ventures!