Why You Should AVOID Warrior Plus Affiliate Marketing Methods

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Dale is a former electrician that has since gone on to generate over $1 million in all-time affiliate commissions & become officially recognized as a Super Affiliate by the world's largest affiliate marketing training platform. Alongside running his own affiliate marketing empire, he now also teaches affiliate marketing to others through the Commission Academy platform.

If you’ve spent even just the smallest amount of time researching ways to get started with affiliate marketing, then chances are, you’ll have come across a Warrior Plus affiliate marketing method.

The internet is plagued with Warrior Plus scams & there are new ones launching every single day that are looking to take advantage of people & part them with their hard-earned cash.

So, I have put this blog post together to uncover why you should avoid Warrior Plus affiliate marketing methods & what you can do instead to actually legitimately earn with affiliate marketing.

First of all, though, for those who don’t know…

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What Is Warrior Plus?

In short, Warrior Plus is an affiliate network for digital products that are specifically related to “helping” people build & succeed with online businesses.

Notice, however, that I use the term “helping” loosely (more on that in a moment).

It is somewhat similar to ClickBank, except for the fact that ClickBank also caters for products outside of the online business niche.

So, vendors can list their online-business-related products on the Warrior Plus network & then affiliates inside of Warrior Plus can promote them to their audience.

Seems fair & reasonable, right?

And it would be if the products were actually of any value.

I mean, I don’t doubt that there are likely “some” legitimate Warrior Plus affiliate marketing products, but they are certainly few & far between.

Instead, most of the Warrior Plus affiliate marketing offers resemble things like this:

Warrior Plus Scam

$4912.12 in one day… Yeah, right.

You can likely see from a mile off what a scam that product is… But, unfortunately, that’s not a one-off.

Nearly every single Warrior Plus affiliate marketing product I’ve ever seen resembles something like that.

And as you can imagine, the systems or programs do not deliver on their promises, meaning that those who hand over their cash simply lose it.

That brings me to…

Is Warrior Plus Legit?

Through a technicality, yes, Warrior Plus is legit.

What I mean by that is that as a service itself, the Warrior Plus platform is legitimate. They allow vendors to host products, they manage the payments & they allow affiliates to promote them.

Vendors get paid, affiliates get paid… And they have disclaimers to essentially shrug off any of the “product quality” issues onto the vendors.

So, in other words, if you buy a scam Warrior Plus product, Warrior Plus will say that you need to sort it out directly with the vendor because they simply facilitate the payments & delivery, etc.

Now, after reading that, you can likely see why I say it’s legit through a technicality… And I do also think it’s something that’s running on borrowed time.

ClickBank, back in the day, used to be very similar… But they’ve somewhat cleaned up their act.

Personally, I think that as a company facilitating the payments & delivery of the products, you should have a duty of care to ensure they are of good quality.

In other words, not scams.

Warrior Plus Affiliate Marketing Scams

As I touched on a little further up on this page, Warrior Plus is just completely riddled with affiliate marketing scams & that’s why I recommend avoiding it.

Even though there “may” be some legitimate Warrior Plus affiliate marketing programs to be found few & far between the scams, the risk is just too high.

To highlight this point, I clicked on the “top selling” products for today & I want you to pay particular attention to the programs I’ve highlighted in the screenshot below:

Warrior Plus Products

If I click through to take a look at those products, here’s what I am presented with:

Warrior Plus Scams

And those were literally just 2 products randomly selected from today’s top-selling list.

The claims made are:

In 60 seconds flat, 100% done-for-you copy & paste AI system makes us $10,000+ per month

3-click done-for-you AI system pays us $997 every time

Now, I’m sure that you can tell a mile off those claims are fake. However, do you notice what they both have in common?

They both use the word “us”, as in “make us $10,000 per month” or “pays us $997″.

Us being the creators of the programs, not you… And that’s because, in reality, they’re earning their money from the victims they manage to trick into signing up for their programs.

Don’t fall for it. They may seem tempting, but as you’ll see below, after doing a bit of due diligence, the truth soon comes into the light.

Warrior Plus Reviews

The Warrior Plus products are all designed in a way to try & rush you into signing up fast so that you feel you don’t have time to check for reviews.

But if you do indeed run a search for Warrior Plus reviews, here’s what you’re presented with:

WarriorPlus TrustPilot Rating


Well, that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

Just look at what the buyers actually have to say:

Warrior Plus User Reviews

Words that trend through the reviews are scam, thieves, stealing, criminals, and malicious.

That’s certainly not good at all.

How To Get a Refund From Warrior Plus

The good news is that, depending on how you paid, you do have a chance of getting your money back from a Warrior Plus scam.

Now, first of all, here is Warrior Plus’ official stance on refunds, taken from their terms:

Important Note: Vendors/Sellers are responsible for ALL refunds. WarriorPlus is NOT the vendor. Each product is listed on WarriorPlus by individual vendors/sellers.

So, technically, your first port-of-call should be to contact the vendor. However, as you can imagine, the vendor will likely do diddly squat.

Still, it’s worth a try.

If that fails, the next step is to head to PayPal & open a dispute with them.

Be sure to show them evidence that what you received was not what you were promised & that the vendor ignored your request for a refund.

Providing you supply enough evidence, PayPal will rule in your favour & Warrior Plus knows they will, which is why they actually threaten to ban you for opening a dispute.

Take a look:

Warrior Plus Refund Details

But who cares?

Why on earth would you want to buy another product through Warrior Plus?

The Bottom Line

As a service for hosting products, facilitating payments & managing affiliates, Warrior Plus actually does a pretty good job.

It’s just such a shame they don’t vet anything they host on their network & that they allow scammers to run rampant on there.

As I mentioned further up on this page, I suspect they’re running on borrowed time & that they’ll have to eventually clean up their act like ClickBank

But for now, I cannot recommend Warrior Plus affiliate marketing products.

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But overall, I hope that you found this post insightful & of course, if you happen to have any additional questions or comments, feel free to leave them below.

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9 thoughts on “Why You Should AVOID Warrior Plus Affiliate Marketing Methods”

  1. If you are a vendor who has been drawn to the dark side, and have had any ethics and morals surgically removed – then the Warrior+Plus is the place to sell. That’s because the platform would appear to not be too concerned, if you want to exaggerate, or simply lie about what your product is, or can do.

    And why is it that Warrior+Plus allow this? Simple – MONEY, MONEY, and more MONEY! It’s their choice. It would appear that they are happy, to knowingly provide a service to assist criminals – and profit off the back of it.

    I’m sure that occasionally, a genuine product is marketed through the platform – but they are lost in the noise of trash.

  2. Hi Dale, I’ve been part of WarriorPlus for Two months RPM 3,.0 now 1st I must say this, I haven’t gone anywhere with the program, as I had a cell phone, I thought well that won’t work so I bought a laptop, however I had informed the support or James Neville Taylor
    , and explained this, no problem in your own time, whenever your ready,
    now having access to the members I had been reading some , comments how people could not gain access to traffic and other matters, but I had asked for my email to be switched as I was going to work from the laptop, I was informed that any purchases I make would have to be changed manually, I thought odd, as I’ve tried to log in but keep receiving from substream message not sent no response from this address, you’ve ran out of time, I know I have the correct log in details password email address, otherwise how could they of sent a pdf of the 2nd receipt which really looks like copy and paste to my laptop and acknowledgement of payment to this email address, so, just by sheer luck i hit on this as i asked Google a question, and i started reading, why, warriorplus was not 100% and also after thinking back to what is wrote by AC they do not take any responsibility, and if you want a refund you must contact the vendor, and then the penny dropped. US!!! yes I thought yous make money out of us? now I’m not in a position to say 100% they are scammers, but it made sit up and read all about Warriorplus, and how I’m bombarded how many times a day , with this offer, and how derogatory there email are, as in what’s your problem, are you lacking in brains, well NO I’m not, I won’t mention the names of those people pushing , there products who are probably part and parcel of WarriorPlus, and the videos all bang on about him JNT who hard his life was from this to that, I thought this is a sales pitch, so let me not say it could not be possible, it hay be the case, I don’t want JNT coming back at me saying I’m. been defamatory, (no) I sent the link of CA to a friend of mine who said I told you so? well no he did not never mind live and learn, have you any advice on the learning aspect of affiliate marketing, and which company is not a scammer?? I don’t think I would get a penny back from WarriorPlus, but I am going to phn Paypal to explain and cancel any further subscription to that motley crew,
    I would appreciate if you were to reply Dale

    my name Dale is George Middlemast I look forward to hearing from you in due course, thanks for the heads up on WarriorPlus

  3. Important Note: Vendors/Sellers are responsible for ALL refunds. WarriorPlus is NOT the vendor. Each product is listed on WarriorPlus by individual vendors/sellers.

    WarriorPlus.com aka Warrior Plus does not want to take responsibility for their affiliates. This is like warrior plus saying that we do not care what our affiliates are doing, so its not our problem, and this makes warrior plus liable since they are pretty much saying that we have scammers.

    and it seems that everyone agrees by holding warrior plus responsible. If you do not believe me, then feel free to search warrior plus scam, then visit trust pilot and checkout the warrior plus scam reviews.

    Yes, I got scammed by a Warrior Plus Affiliate that goes by profitcom; Their sales page offers your own domain registration service which is a complete scam. What did I get for $20? I got a fake domain registration panel where I can search and register domains, ROFL. There are 100’s of sites online where you can check and register domains without paying such a fee, however, their scheme goes on to say that you can start your own domain/registration service and make money, however, once inside the domain panel, it was clear there was no way of making money.

    When I asked the scammer for a refund, I was asked to prove that it was a scam, and he would have me blacklisted on warrior plus if I filed a paypal dispute, which I did, so the scammer is going to do me a favor and ban me from doing business with other Warrior Plus Scammers? ROFL.

    • Yep, I mentioned that in the article above. It’s unbelievable how many low-quality products (and outright scams) are listed on their network.

      • this guy is proud of himself also, his blind affiliates pay to promote products they know nothing about and this can cause high disputes if just one promise is off…

        he told me, due their terms they do not offer refunds, I told him that I do not follow scammer terms and filed a paypal dispute, since there was two payments, I was given one refund via paypal, no doubt the scammer will fight the other charge, so he may or may not win that one which is $15.

        and he will fight to very end, once they get paid, they have no plans of ever giving it back.

  4. Hmmm…

    I have been programming a website for four years (yes – four years) that allows “vendors” on “ClickBank”, “JVZoo” and “WarriorPlus” to list their products in my product directory. Yes, I knew “JVZoo” and “WarriorPlus” ‘passed the buck’ to vendors to handle refunds (not good), and – I thought – whilst there might be a few rogue traders, most would be “legit”. That’s why I coded my apps to calculate tax docs for vendors whose affiliates earn more than $600 could submit reports to IRS. That’s why I have been a little concerned with no sales taxes being paid if vendors exceed 200 sales in any US State. (the platform’s line of “it’s vendor’s responsibility” doesn’t really hold water.

    But from what I have read this afternoon, operating within the law are the least of the worries of the “pump and dump” traders who won’t issue refunds on the dubious products they sell, and often issue fake emails so the buyer cannot contact them. (I originally set out to see if subscriptions on “cancel on rebill” could be refunded to buyer … and it’s opened a whole new can of worms!!

    I am SERIOUSLY thinking about changing how my site operates! Efeectively, they are charging 5% to list a product, and then getting an army of people to promote them in good faith, and if someone wants a refund, “not our problem, mate! Contact the seller – if you can”

    • Yep, I really dislike the “pass the buck” approach to refunds. Their platform could be fantastic if they just introduced moderation & customer support.


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