A few days ago on January 14, young Chris Waller died at just 22 years of age.
While the rumors of his tragic death are piling up and accumulating on the Internet, the story is rather sad about the tremendous online opportunities.
Anyone can easily grasp and find themselves very quickly at the bottom no matter how impressive the images of success and wealth
Who is Chris Waller?
Chris Waller is best known in the online community in the Dropshipping field. A successful guru who sold online courses in detail of his sales and development methods that led to his success.
We know as “Get rich fast” which has flourished in recent years thanks to the great growth in eCommerce.
In his social media accounts, Facebook and YouTube were told his life story as a kid running away from home and living with his aunt and, in fact, lacking in all that he managed to achieve impressive achievements in wealth and expensive cars.
What led to his death?
Despite all the beautiful pictures of cars and YouTube success videos, it seems that beneath the successful visuals was not really a success and many people realized that it was actually fake.
According to his friends and other rumors, after an Instagram post that exposed him as a fraud, he went into a deep depression and began to use drugs.
Not really known if this is true but the facts are that after the Instagram exposure he stopped posting in all of his media accounts and not long after he died
Was Chris Waller a crook?
There was a lot of talk about his life story being faked and that he did live with his parents and did not run away from home
He turns out to have been impersonating successful known online stores, causing costumers to buy products from him he never provided. He received a lot of criticism for it and instead of confronting it, he deleted all comments about that matter and blocked those people.
Eventually, these testimonies reached more and more people in the industry and one of Instagram’s famous accounts decided to expose him to everyone as a crook and fraud for his actions.
Funeral fundraising – another scam !!
It is very unfortunate to find that there are people who see the tragic death of this young man who made mistakes in his life as an opportunity to manifest a scam
Those people are trying to make a misrepresentation in which Chris’s family has no money to fund his funeral and seek donations from kind innocent people who are apparently Chris’s fans.
This fundraising (here) is under a heavy cloud of a scam as it is a strange fact that the young man’s family cannot fund proper burial and cannot access his money as his legal and natural heirs.
Our recommendation – Don’t contribute to this scam!
Update from ballerbusters
???? The case of @chrisso ???? CHAPTER 4: closure
On Nov 21 2019 our team busted #KingKomm (YT) aka @chrisso for cloning Blessed Faith’s web and selling religious merch to targeted Christians without fulfilling orders. One of his students brought this to our attention after purchasing his unfinished course. He then opened his own religious store, received tons of hate on his page and soon learned about confused consumers who due lack of customer service clearly complained on every platform possible. There was also an original BF store prior Chrisso’s that shut down due his negative backlash. Part 2 of this bust was flagged down by his fans. Some tried to argue by saying ‘it takes weeks to deliver the product which doesn’t mean its unfulfilled’ but the amount of 1000+ negative reviews online is overwhelming.
Chrisso recently passed away and our DMs flooded with people asking for a statement regarding his death. We refused to entertain the idea at the time because we believe his friends and family deserved the privacy. This page is not a conspiracy theory meets rumor has it slash page 6. We only share well researched facts and observation by highlighting scammers. It’s unfortunate that he lost his life but that doesn’t clean up the past no matter how sad this situation is.
So many ppl online used his death as an opportunity to gain attention by sharing theories of depression, suicide etc. None of it is true. Some of his closest friends reached out to us and we will respect their privacy.
His death was accidental, he didn’t seem depressed but he was quite active in consuming pills with energy drinks which adds up to his stressful life (neighbors report that police detectives showed up at his door quite frequently prior death looking for him). His friends also state that autopsy shows no sign of suicide nor they believe he would commit such act in someone else’s home (where he died alone, in sleep). There are reports on his e-com associates ‘taking over his legacy’ right after the funeral by monetizing his name..be careful with your doing boys..people are watching you???? let’s hope you do the right thing.. It’s time to close this case and let the kid Rest In Peace.
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