The name of Jeff Bullas is popular in the industry as a social media expert and industry thought leader.
He has created a powerful brand on the internet through his blog.
At least that’s why I thought before I had thought of working with him.
In reality, Jeff is nothing more than a depraved cheat and a fool.
He is running a huge scam and is one of the fake influencers present in the industry.
He doesn’t like to work with small organizations because he is too big and busy.
My experience with Jeff Bullas and his company made me realise that one should always double-check a service provider, no matter how reputed the provider seems.
There are many articles present online which showcase Jeff as an authoritative figure.
He must be one but he is not a good person. He is now using his large influence to lure customers for his malicious schemes and he is robbing them blind.
have suffered considerable loss because of Jeff and his services and because of my poor experience with this guy and his organization, I’m 100% sure that he is a big criminal or at least a fraudster.
No one calls him out because he doesn’t take the guarantee for his own performance.
If you hire Jeff for marketing your product or services, don’t expect to see any results because Jeff won’t do anything and when you’ll ask him what went wrong, he’ll get all defensive and start blaming you for everything.
I gotta be honest with you. Jeff Bullas cost me and my business a terrible loss.
I thought it was vital to expose this online fraudster who acts as if he is one of the best marketers available on the planet.
While the truth is, he is nothing more than a large headed online criminal.
He is a narcissist and an egoist too. I have shared my story in this article apart from some information about Jeff so you can get an understanding of how depraved this guy is.
Jeff Bullas Cost my Company $50,000!! Never Hire Him for Marketing
Jeff has a considerably big blog on his website. He is the owner of Jeffbullas.com which receives substantial regular.
As a professional marketer, I used to admire Jeff’s work considerably.
I always thought of him as an innovative and generous guy who shares his knowledge through his blog posts and articles.
Before this pathetic experience, I used to be a fan of Jeff Bullas and his work.
I used to read his articles regularly and if someone used to question Jeff’s authority, I would argue.
I could had never imagined that Jeff will cost my company such a humongous loss.
It happened when I contacted Jeff for marketing one of my products.
He offers the service of influencer marketing and if you would go through his website you will see how professional his services seem.
In fact, it’s nearly impossible for one to think that Jeff is a fraudster and an online criminal.
Even if someone had tried to alert me about Jeff and his notorious ways of making money, I would had simply ignored that person.
Why? Because I was blinded by the fake persona of Jeff Bullas.
I was an ardent follower of Jeff and I used to promote his blog and services to other people as well. I could had never thought that Jeff was a scammer.
I was launching a new software and I wanted Jeff to promote it for me.
Go to Jeff’s website and you’ll see how he boasts his website’s statistics.
The stats seem legit and they might be true, considering the number of years he has spent in the industry.
I wanted to work with him and this seemed like the best opportunity to do so.
We scheduled a meeting and a call with his company and I discussed my product with them.
They told me that I’ll first need to deposit $20,000 as an advance after we finished discussing the project.
I paid them happily. I run a marketing company too, and this software was a new venture which I was excited about.
Jeff’s website was supposed to release a number of blog posts and emails about my new and upcoming software.
My teams and Jeff’s team planned the marketing strategy for my launch.
Everything seemed quite cool and to be honest, I was hoping to get great results from this campaign.
The estimate was $50,000 and this is a humongous marketing budget for any software.
The sad thing is, this whole expenditure didn’t yield any results. Jeff’s campaign failed terribly.
Before releasing the posts, Jeff’s company had taken the rest of the $30,000 from my organization.
I should have stopped right there. No honest service provider demands the payment in full before delivering the project.
It is a sign of scammers. But like I said earlier, I didn’t doubt the methodology and intent of Jeff and his company at any stage of the campaign.
I only thought that they were expert and hard working professionals, who were eager to yield me great results. I was very wrong.
When the campaign failed, I asked them about the results and demanded a refund. Clearly, they were at fault here.
They could had generated at least a few hundred leads for my landing page but they failed to do so.
I couldn’t believe the kind of pathetic performance they had done. WHen I demanded a refund, they refused.
Jeff said, “Look, the success of a marketing campaign depends largely on the product.
ANd your product sucks. Maybe we should give it another try but that’ll cost extra.”
This statement made me realize how low-minded and deceitful Jeff is.
All the blog articles and brand mentions are useless.
The real guy is a thief and he doesn’t have any heart or emotions.
He doesn’t see the losses he causes people to go through.
I asked him, “What about my $50,000? How will I get them back?” He simply told me that they don’t issue any refunds and blamed me and my company for his failure.
If you ask me, Jeff is a narcissist. He doesn’t believe in providing a good service or offering any value to his customers.
He only cares about himself. He started blaming my company and my product for the poor performance of the marketing campaign while the truth is, it was his company’s error.
They only mentioned my company once in three articles, for which they had charged me $50,000.
Not only that, they removed those articles from the official website after a few days and re-posted an edited version of the same.
$50,000 isn’t a small amount for any business. And Jeff ruined the entire budget and financial planning of by business through his misdeed.
I lost all faith in him. To be honest, it was the worst day of my life. When a person you admire turns out to be a mischievous criminal, your views about the world change drastically.
I gave up and stopped working with Jeff and his company. But they didn’t stop there.
After a few days, Jeff contacted me and told me that he can get me lots of leads and sign ups in exchange of a little something.
When I asked him what that ‘little something’ was, it was 40% commission on all the sales he generates through his website.
After suffering a loss of $50,000, my company was already near its death and this guy thought I’d give up 40% of my profits.
I told him that it isn’t possible because my current net profit was already way too low.
I offered him 25%, which meant I would have not been able to focus more on the marketing budget of my product.
He declined the offer. He said he was thinking of helping my company one more time but it seemed to him that I only want my product to fail.
WHo does he think he is to say such things about my products?
I never heard from Jeff again. But that incident affected me deeply.
I used to look up to Jeff Bullas as a motivational person and an inspiration.
After finding out what a big scammer he is and how steals money from other people, I started alerting other people about Jeff’s reality.
However, no one believes me. Thanks to the near-perfect persona of Jeff, it’s impossible to convince anyone that Jeff Bullas is actually a criminal.
I bet he offers high-quality and credible services too. But he keeps them reserved for multinational companies and large organizations.
For startups and small businesses like me, he only provides fake services and product which amount to nothing except huge losses.
I had to delay the launch of my software for a number of months ( around 8 or 7) because of the humongous losses Jeff had caused me.
He first did false claims about the effectiveness of his campaigns.
Then he released a poorly conducted and ineffective campaign.
And when the campaign failed he simply told me that I was at fault, not him.
Not only that, he later contacted me and offered help at the price of 40% on every sale.
This guy is a narcissistic ignorant. I bet many businesses must have fallen prey to Jeff’s vicious schemes only to find out later that it was Jeff who caused them this much loss, not them.