Recently I have been seeing a lot of content on the internet about Ewen Chia being a scammer and his products not being legit. Well I had a closer look at the content, and what I saw was really despicable. Let me explain.
Here’s what I can see. Other people are siphoning and leveraging on Ewen Chia’s name just to get traffic to their website. The content on their website is falsely disparaging Ewen Chia’s credibility. However, the general consumer do not know well enough, and so, they will believe the fake negative reviews about Ewen Chia. In turn, these website owners will promote their own offer and product. This is certainly a strategy that has been around for a long time, and Ewen Chia is not the only victim. Loads of credible internet marketers and coaches out there have been on the receiving end of fake negative reviews. Beware of negative reviews and the people behind them! Here are a few of the culprits:
Ian Pribyl of StoppingScams.com
He writes about scam products on the internet but his website Stopping Scams is a big internet marketing scam in itself. He has even been called out by fellow internet marketer Desmond Ong. (Like Ewen, I’ve met Desmond personally and I can verify that he and Ewen are legit.) Ian writes fake reviews about Ewen’s products, gives them bad ratings, and in turn promotes his own offer as a “credible” alternative, Wealthy Affiliate.
Roderick “Nathaniell” of One More Cup Of Coffee
Like Ian, he has written a lot of fake negative reviews about Ewen (and other credible marketers) and given Ewen’s products dismal ratings. He ends off his reviews by promoting Wealthy Affiliate.
Actually there are more like Ian and Nathaniel, and they all do the same thing. They write negative reviews about Ewen Chia’s and other marketers’ products, and in turn promote their own Wealthy Affiliate link. This strategy is unethical but it works, because these Wealthy Affiliates have managed to fool a lot of people out there.
I am thankful that there are some who are a bit more discerning and not easily fooled by negative reviews. Here’s what I read on an “Ewen Chia product review” which I found on YouTube:
(“Black hat marketing” is just another way of saying unethical marketing.)
As you can see, there are also people who believe in and support Ewen Chia. So clearly Ewen is not a scammer.
Note: I am not saying ALL Wealthy Affiliates are practicing this unethical marketing method. What I am saying is most of the people I’ve found who are writing fake negative reviews about Ewen are promoting Wealthy Affiliate.
So before you come to your own conclusion, just remember that you can find pretty much everything and anything on the internet. You cannot take whatever information you find online at face value.