I Scammed this Influencer So He Couldn’t Scam You

Dillon Danis said he felt bad for the victims of scams, but let’s see if he really means that. Putting an influencer to the ultimate test, by offering them money to promote what is an OBVIOUS fake NFT website, and then giving them a contract acknowledging the whole scheme.

See the fake “NFT WEBSITE” here: https://sourznft.com
See the switched website here: https://sourznft.com/dillondanis

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IMPORTANT NOTE: As stated in the video there IS NO CRYPTO OR NFT TO BUY HERE. I just want to make doubly sure noone accidentally buys anything, or thinks there is something for sale here, because there IS NOT!

This video is an opinion and in no way should be construed as statements of fact. Scams, bad business opportunities, and fake gurus are subjective terms that mean different things to different people. I think someone who promises $100K/month for an upfront fee of $2K is a scam. Others would call it a Napoleon Hill pitch.

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