New-Mystery,Discovery,Beckster,Kezia. Amazon documentary

Bash the pick-up art community. Challenge the assumptions and techniques used by pick-up art, discredit the effectiveness of pick-up art, expose ripoff products, and reveal secret info of dating gurus.

Get an e-mail to find that Mystery, Discovery* (*the £10,000 bootcamp scammer) (both ex-Mystery Method, Venusian Arts) along with Beckster and Kezia (both ex-PUA Training) have joined the "3 second-rule" (headed by Mystery).

As part of their scammy bootcamp promotion (can't believe they still have bootcamps in 2017) they have released a d̶o̶c̶u̶m̶e̶n̶t̶a̶r̶y̶ Infomercial on Amazon video.Which they expect you to pay for.



What's interesting is the trailer voice-over sounded familiar. In fact straight away I recognised it was the "Channel 4- Rules of Seduction" d̶o̶c̶u̶m̶e̶n̶t̶a̶r̶y̶ Infomercial announcer that played like an hour long PUA Training advertisement way back in late 2007. It only got on air as it was posing as an anti-creeper documentary but in fact was the most clever under the radar publicity on a prime channel without paying prime-time advertising costs.




MyOwnSaviour wrote:Get an e-mail to find that Mystery, Discovery* (*the £10,000 bootcamp scammer) (both ex-Mystery Method, Venusian Arts) along with Beckster and Kezia (both ex-PUA Training) have joined the "3 second-rule" (headed by Mystery).

As part of their scammy bootcamp promotion (can't believe they still have bootcamps in 2017) they have released a d̶o̶c̶u̶m̶e̶n̶t̶a̶r̶y̶ Infomercial on Amazon video.Which they expect you to pay for.



What's interesting is the trailer voice-over sounded familiar. In fact straight away I recognised it was the "Channel 4- Rules of Seduction" d̶o̶c̶u̶m̶e̶n̶t̶a̶r̶y̶ Infomercial announcer that played like an hour long PUA Training advertisement way back in late 2007. It only got on air as it was posing as an anti-creeper documentary but in fact was the most clever under the radar publicity on a prime channel without paying prime-time advertising costs.


Thanks for posting this, and who the fuck charges £10,000 for a PUA bootcamp?, and what gullible idiot would pay
that amount of money for a lot of bullshit.

I was under the impression the scam PUA industry was dying, or am I mistaken?
This is what happens whenever I approach women.
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Master Yoda wrote:Thanks for posting this, and who the fuck charges £10,000 for a PUA bootcamp?, and what gullible idiot would pay
that amount of money for a lot of bullshit.

I was under the impression the scam PUA industry was dying, or am I mistaken?


No worries. The 10k bootcamp was perpetuated by Mystery and Discovery who claimed after a bootcamp the student might get a supermodel girlfriend and therefore become a MM trainer with shitty royalties in the pyramid scam.

One (gullible) dude called SimplyFly signed up and paid a "1k deposit" but got cold feet. He tried backing out but Discovery started threatening him for legal action and even empty physical threats.

The gullible dude got a solicitor involved who said the contract was fraudulent and therefore null.

PUA is dying hence why the "star names" above have had to band together. Less bounty for each scammer but I guess conglomerate are better than individual bootcamps consider Kezia and Beckster rarely sells-out.

Plus these scammer just get low IQ, low self, esteem ugly dudes who just cannot let it die that its all about looks, luck and the sweet charity of females giving up their pussies.





That is absolutely insane, and how the fuck do these PUA scammers charge that amount of money in good conscience?

Four thousands English Pounds (approx $6,500 AUD based on current exchange rates), that's not just a rip off, that's fucking extortion, fuck that, for that amount of money I could bang a hooker for 30 mins once a week for a year, and these gullible incels are paying 4,000 pounds just to be sent on a suicide mission (ie. cold approaching women who are going to reject them anyway).

Like the old saying goes:

"A fool and his money are soon parted".

I wonder why Mystery abandoned Venusian Arts. I'm guessing he either sold the company, or still has a stake in it. They are still around, still sell and teach his material. He probably relocated to London to be near his wife and child.
"you gotta make the money first. Then when you get the money, you get the power. Then when you get the power, then you get the women." Tony Montana

beta wrote:I wonder why Mystery abandoned Venusian Arts. I'm guessing he either sold the company, or still has a stake in it. They are still around, still sell and teach his material. He probably relocated to London to be near his wife and child.


Because Matador and Lovedrop left the company. Matador quit roids and looked like shit (ending up hocking one to one phone coaching back in 2012). Lovedrop was last heard being a bitcoin expert in 2013.
J-Dog (the ginger dyed blonde) wasn't fooling anyone with his non-existent social proof.

Rather than deleting their website Mystery slid 3 second rule in through the backdoor with Discovery (UK) and Kezia and Beckster (UK).



I'm watching this documentary, I don't think its promotional since it covers three different companies. However, I'm realizing the infields in the nightclub could be faked. That is the targets could be hired to make the PUA look good, and to make the students feel good. The PUA is selecting the targets, so if the venue has hired planted targets and the PUA can identify them, he knows who to approach and who to send the students to.

beta wrote:I'm watching this documentary, I don't think its promotional since it covers three different companies. However, I'm realizing the infields in the nightclub could be faked. That is the targets could be hired to make the PUA look good, and to make the students feel good. The PUA is selecting the targets, so if the venue has hired planted targets and the PUA can identify them, he knows who to approach and who to send the students to.


link to documentary?

666 wrote:
beta wrote:I'm watching this documentary, I don't think its promotional since it covers three different companies. However, I'm realizing the infields in the nightclub could be faked. That is the targets could be hired to make the PUA look good, and to make the students feel good. The PUA is selecting the targets, so if the venue has hired planted targets and the PUA can identify them, he knows who to approach and who to send the students to.


link to documentary?


He's a PUA fanboy apologist. Most likely paid Amazon.com using a subscription.

No torrents or leaks yet.

MyOwnSaviour wrote:
666 wrote:
link to documentary?


He's a PUA fanboy apologist. Most likely paid Amazon.com using a subscription.

No torrents or leaks yet.


You promoted it on this site friend. How can you comment or criticize something you haven't watched? Your statements about the commentary are false. Kezia and Beckster are not part of 3 second rule (as a simple Google search will prove), and its a documentary, not a promotional film. These are facts, not the words of an apologist fanboy.

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