Toronto Motivational Speaker A Scam?
Well folks, looks like this Toronto motivational speaker, yours truly, passed the scam test. There’s a website that reviews different websites out there to report whether some of them are scams or not. Personally, I think this is a great idea since there are do many internet scams out there and any resource to help protect us or at least warn us in advance is much appreciated.
I must have raised some eyebrows as a possible scam because as an author, I wrote to date, five different books in four very different and unrelated topic areas. My first two titles are ebooks on native art which I actually give out for free at my native art gallery website. Feel free to visit that website if you want another two of my books for free. The next three titles are books I released to the market for sale.
Toronto Motivational Speaker Books For Clickbank Affiliates
It turns out that the three titles I have out in the market for sale all have digital versions whether ebook only or ebook plus an audio version. All of these digital versions are available on Clickbank which is the largest digital products retailer online. All Clickbank products are available as products for online affiliates to promote. The idea is that webmasters and bloggers can promote Clickbank products and earn commissions on any referral sales.
However, the fact that a Toronto motivational speaker has titles in very different topic areas might have signalled a possible scam. Good thing this scam reporting website did some research on me and reported that I was indeed not a scam after all and that all titles in my various topic areas are real and solid. I just happen to have expertise on these various topics. See the report at their Clint Cora A Scam article.
I’ll get into more detail on what my three topic areas on the market are in a future blog post. So at least have some comfort that I am certainly not a scam