Joe Robinson, aka Joseph Robinson, of the Warrior Forum "content syndication" clique had a change of heart.
He recognised towards the end of 2012 that the whole article syndication scam on the Warrior Forum was just that...a scam.
Robinson was an integral part of it by posting supportive comments to the so called "article syndicators" like Alexa Smith (Timothy Nagley), Paul Uhl (myob aka the $500,000,000 per annum affilliate marketer(lol)), Annie Pot, Bill Platt and others.
Robinson gave an interview to Jack Wadd of theantiwarrior.com confirming that he knew of nobody who was successful on the Warrior Forum with this much pimped "business model".
And on the 4th January, 2013 Robinson went back into the Warrior Forum and made a fulsome apology for misleading newbies and being part of the "article syndication clique".
No sooner was his apology posted than it was deleted.
You see the Warrior Forum hates free speech. It hates when newbies are given all of the facts, not just a selective, self-serving selection.
And Robinson was banned to boot.
Here is what Robinson had to say:
I don't want to have to say "I told you so" but if you read posts on this site since over 12 months ago, if you read the Article Syndication Scam lens, or the Warrior Forum Scam lens or the Alexa Smith lens you wouldn't need confirmation from Joe Robinson that this whole article syndication clique is a snow job.
But hats off to Joe Robinson for coming clean and holding his hands up.
Watch out for more of these types of admissions in 2013...but don't hold your breath.