Warrior Plus Review – Beware Of Scammers

Warrior Plus Review
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There are many places where you can buy, sell, or promote online marketing programs and one of them happens to be Warrior Plus. However, like most networks in its space, there are lots of low-quality products being sold. I’m not going to get in-depth here with which products I view as a scam. That’ll be for a future review for the products individually.

In this article, I will provide you with a detailed Warrior Plus Review. At the end of this article, you should have enough information to decide whether you should do business with them or not. Without further ado, let’s get started!

Warrior Plus In A Nutshell

Similar to Clickbetter, Warrior Plus is basically a marketplace for people to earn a living by selling online marketing products and programs. Instead of creating your own website, managing your own carts, codes, etc. Warrior Plus will take care of that for you. As a vendor, you can also take advantage of the traffic generated by Warrior Plus.

Another bonus regarding Warrior Plus is that it allows members to promote products as an affiliate. So after launching your product, you can have affiliates within Warrior Plus promote it to increase sales.

Note: Warrior Plus will also take care of the affiliate program for you. You don’t need to worry about crediting your affiliates, so you can focus on things that help you make more sales.

All in all, Warrior Plus as a network is legitimate for both vendors and affiliate marketers.

What I Don’t Like About Warrior Plus

They Need Quality Control:

  • Similar to ClickBetter, they really need a team for quality control. After all, allowing low-quality products (potential scams) to be sold is not good for business.
  • A suggestion I have for Warrior Plus is to include some sort of rating system. As far as I know, their system is currently more like a directory.

Mediocre Support System:

  • I looked at their support page and it seems they only offer an advice and answers page. After diving deeper, I noticed they do have a chat to contact method (takes hours) if you have issues with the products that you’ve purchased such as refunds.
  • They will usually direct you back to the vendor and have you and the vendor resolve the issue. The problem is what happens if the vendor doesn’t respond?
  • If the vendor doesn’t respond to your inquiries, the support staff will advise you to dispute the issue with your payment method (PayPal, Bank, Credit Card, etc). Personally, if I’m going to spend money on your website, I expect you to help me resolve cases. Having to dispute the purchase on my own is not good customer service. Sounds more like they are too lazy to help you.

Note: That’s why I rather do business with ClickBank. Their system is much more organized making it easier for you to get a refund.

My Final Thoughts

Like I said, Warrior Plus is not a scam, but they have lots of improvements to make if they want to compete with big names like ClickBank. Especially when it comes to monitoring the quality of programs being sold on their marketplace as well as customer support.

More importantly, customer support… If you take a look at giant marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, ClickBank, etc. What makes them successful?— Customer support of course!

As a consumer, would you buy from Amazon or a random no-name company that charges $1.00 less? Probably Amazon right? It’s because if anything goes wrong, you know that Amazon will take care of you.

As an affiliate marketer myself, I can’t think of any program to promote within Warrior Plus. I am not going to jeopardize my reputation and destroy my readership by promoting low quality (potentially scam) products to my readers.

Have you done business with Market Plus? Please share your experience by leaving a comment down below!

Kind Regards,

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Eric Chen

A regular person who envisions his success from helping you become successful. He is not featured in the New York Times, but we all start somewhere, right?Life Motto: Nobody will ever pay you, the way you pay yourself. Be your own boss and control your own income.