Did SmoothMyBalls with their smooth bot network get in touch with you as well? Well, they did with us… and boy, we dedicated an entire episode to the “brand”, the affiliate scheme, and the products behind it. Hey there! I work for the “How Do I Rob This?” podcast and I’m a great fan of you listening/your content/the unsolicited dick pics you send. In this episode we deep dive into the world of social media affiliate marketing, namely by a company called Smooth My Balls. So hold on to yours as our gentleman thieves aim for sponsorship and hit investigative journalism, tear those SoBs at SMB a new ball hole, and let you in on a few company secrets. The site and social media presence look legit enough, but their business model has a few red flags. So we went on a journey to take a closer look at the google reverse image search, their server, and of course the balls, that we got them by. In this episode we go out of our way to do some pre-show research breaks and even have a few guests over. So, is Smooth My Balls a scam? Listen and find out why, how, and what to look out for when making your sponsorship deal. PS: If you want to get in touch with us, just send a message our way, please refrain from harrassing people who promote Smooth My Balls. They’re most likely not scammers, but scammees instead.
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Still not convinced? You can check up on our research right here: https://howdoirobthis.com/2021/05/07/smooth-my-balls-the-resources-and-research-that-go-into-uncovering-a-scam/ A ballsy thank you to our interview guests: Nick Massey – host of Nick Massey’s Podcast & Andrew Dunn – one of the hosts of The Media Lunch Break @MediaLunchBreak on Twitter the_media_lunch_break on IG TheMediaLunchBreak.com Patreon.com/TheMediaLunchBreak They’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Pandora, and other places, but those are the big ones.
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4 thoughts on “31 – Is Smooth My Balls a Scam?”
I’m a Sikh, we don’t cut our hair for religious reasons. Was really offender when they asked me to help sell their product. I told them it was not an ok thing to do and they blocked me! I posted reviews on their site saying they don’t care for Sikhs and they kept deleting them over and over. So I got in contact with the review company judge.me and they confirmed basically SMB censors the reviews on their site. I had to threaten to post my review to Trustpilot (which I did) in order to prevent them from deleting my 10th review
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Thank you for getting in touch with us, we always appreciate people reaching out to us and joining us in our fight against shell companies and scams.
We’re also glad that you did some research and checked on SMB on various platforms. If everyone acted like you, they’d already be out of business.
Now we don’t know if it makes it better or worse, but most of their processes are automated, they are a shell company run by only a handful of people and mostly chat bots. So there’s a good chance they never really read your messages and reviews or only vaguely scanned them. We hope that airing your anger here and knowing your comment and effort is really appreciated makes things a bit better for you.
All the best,
your friendly neighbourhood gentleman thieves