Who is Ali Scarlett?
Ali Scarlett is a self-proclaimed #1 best-selling author who wrote the book “The Clever Connector”. He has been featured on several websites where he talks about how he became “successful”.
He is trying to prey on young individuals and get them to pay him thousands of dollars for unnecessary services.
Ali is a network marketer AKA an MLM scammer. He claims to have been mentored by multiple “coaches” including Bob Littell and Barry Nalebuff.
He also owns a cleaning services company called Spotless Glo Cleaning Services. The company claims to be a bridge between homeowners and cleaning professionals. Ali claims his company is successful, however, his company’s name is not even registered as a keyword on Google. Which indicates that no one is actually looking it up. So I find it hard to believe that Spotless Glo Cleaning Services is as successful as Ali Scarlett would want you to believe.
Ali wants to establish a name for himself in the online course industry, where scammers like Alex Mehr and Dean Graziosi have been ruling for ages. Like every other fake guru, Ali is also using the “fake it till you make it” approach with his brand.
He claims to have a best-selling book, his book hasn’t even been featured on Amazon’s best-selling list once. And the book’s physical copies haven’t been sold much as well.
Ali Scarlett has realized that an easy way to make money is by giving them false hope and selling exorbitant (and useless) services.
In this review, I will break down the lies of Ali, and show you the true nature of this internet fraud. Let’s get started right away.
The Fake Best-Seller Of Ali Scarlett: The Clever Connector
Being a best-selling author is the most outrageous claim that Ali makes. It takes a lot of hard work and skill to write a best-selling book.
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Best-selling books like Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins and Jocko Willink’s Discipline Equals Freedom have sold millions of copies, but those are some extraordinary people with extraordinary success. Ali Scarlett on the other hand is a pure charlatan and sales of his book prove that he is indeed a cheating scammer.
In this section, I will show you evidence and prove that Ali’s book “The Clever Connector” is not a best seller at all.
The image down below is a screenshot of Ali Scarlett’s book’s Amazon page. The book as a total of 26 reviews and all of them are apparently 5/5.
Do you find anything odd about this apart from the suspicious rating?
There are only 26 reviews of Ali’s so-called “best-selling” book. Let’s take a look at an actual best seller’s review numbers for comparision:
As you can see, an actual #1 Best Seller has a whopping 581 reviews which is more than four times the number of reviews Ali’s book has.
Amazon doesn’t show the sales statistics for any of its products publicly, which can only be accessed by the seller themself. So the best metric for us to measure the sales of a product, is by looking at the number of reviews it has.
The Clever Connector sold a mediocre number of copies at best. And I have skepticism over the 26 reviews as well because if we take a look at each of those reviews we will find that all of them are giving the book a perfect 5/5 rating, and they are very detailed.
Are these fake reviews that Ali asked his family members and friends to post in order to boost his brand? Maybe. But we can’t know for sure.
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Ali Scarlett’s More Lies About Success
Ali’s thread of lies doesn’t stop at his fake claims of having a best-seller. He also claims to be an “influencer” and a social figure. But in reality he is less popular than most teenagers on TikTok.
Ali Scarlett wants people to think he is successful, rich, and that he has “made it” and can teach people to do the same. So in order to create this brand of lies, he makes big claims in hopes that these lies manipulate young people who see his ads or promotions.
No Real Followers Or Fans
On Instagram Ali Scarlett (@iamaliscarlett) has a whopping 148 followers with 72 posts.
It doesn’t take a social media expert to realize that those are pathetic numbers for someone who claims to have been running an online business since 2017.
One thing that shocked me a little is that Ali has a blue checkmark on his Instagram profile. This got me curious because it is supposed to be a big deal. However, shockingly enough it’s not! You just need to shell out some cash and know the right people to get these bragging rights.
All you need to get a blue checkmark from Instagram is to either be a big celebrity or be featured on multiple news websites. And Ali Scarlett has paid several news networks to get a sponsored article on their websites, which it seems, he has used to get the blue checkmark.
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Now that Ali’s manipulated Instagram blue checkmark is out of the way, let’s take a look at his Facebook page. If Ali Scarlett is the popular author he claims to be, then he must have hundreds if not thousands of followers on Facebook right?
At this point it is not even funny. Ali boasts a total of 1 follower and 1 like on his Facebook page. I don’t even want to explain how pitiful this number is, especially for a branded Facebook page.
If Ali really is a “best-selling” author (which he most definitely is not), then he is the most unsuccessful one to ever walk the face of this planet.
You Cannot Sue Ali Scarlett: Hidden Disclaimer
If you’ve made a purchase with Ali Scarlett, then I have some bad news for you.
Over at Ali’s hard to find Disclaimer policy page, you will see a small paragraph on the very bottom of the page which is full of legal jargon. In layman’s terms, it essentially means that Ali Scarlett gives zero guarantees of success or any results for his clients.
So if you do somehow end up hiring him, then the chances of your success are going to be the same as before you hired him. If Ali really is the business wizard he claims to be, then why can’t he take responsibility for his actions?
Ali Scarlett lies about being a best-selling author and his success. He uses manipulative methods to target young entrepreneurs and charges them exorbitant fees for useless services. He has fine-print disclaimers which give him legal immunity against lawsuits. Ali is an internet scammer!
- Full Of Lies
- Highly Manipulative
- Unsuccessful Author
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