Darren now has a new scam.
On his YouTube channel he's advertising "MakeMoney.com.au.
He states that you can turn $49 into $500, the $49 being the sign up fee. He also states that if you don't make any money in the first month then the business will pay YOU $500. I guess his approach is to take that $49, send a few bucks back to you so you have effectively "made money" then the scam is complete.
He also states that when you follow the URL link in the video description & sign up to the business, that he himself is the only person who receives your personal info. So obviously Darren is the person running the show.
I followed the link & placed fake info' in the sign up form at which point I was prompted to click on the "find my matches" box in regards to the "work from home business" that suits me. The next page simply states that a representative will contact me soon to discuss the business.
The "makemoney.com" website offers no info' on the company or the type of business it is. No contact info for the proprietors either.
This guys reputation precedes him & he should be avoided at all costs.
He also has close ties to motorcycle clubs in Queensland. This alone should raise a big red flag. I know for a fact that some bike clubs in Queensland are involved in illegal activity & I have no doubt that Darren has the ability to track down & intimidate anyone who tries to make him look bad.
As a YouTube user I started watching Darrens channel a few years ago & I quickly go the impression that he's a shady character.
I have also noticed over time that his YouTube subscriber base has diminished & his video views have all but died.
A good thing I say.