Ojuola Infotech (book thief) loses fight with copywriting community

Don’t steal from copywriters! I think that might be the message that book thief Ojuola Infotech may be getting this week as angry writers take to the Internet to defend one of their own, and do their own policing to “out” this low life scumbag.

After my story came out (read it HERE), copywriters galvanized. First they came to my blog and left a mountain of comments in order to help drive the page up in Google’s search results. They shared the blog and reposted it. Carol Tice of Make a Living Writing asked for a guest post, and then we spent a day commenting.

Toronto direct response copywriter Anthony Merizzi quickly built a Video Warning Letter that you can watch HERE. My friend and colleague Bob Bly will get the word out to his massive list of subscribers this week.

And one of the U.K.’s leading direct response copywriters, Carol Bentley, created the Video below to firmly put a nail in the coffin of Intellectual Property thief Ojuola Infotech.

Watch the Video now and then please do your part to help us shame Ojuola Infotech (and all of his aliases), into writing and selling his own books. And don’t forget to leave comments below!



A few more of Nigerian Ojuola Infotech‘s identities…


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11 Responses to Ojuola Infotech (book thief) loses fight with copywriting community

  1. Leslie Ademola August 26, 2015 at 3:18 am #

    I am a Nigerian, AWAI trained copywriter, author and speaker. Over the years I have worked very hard to be accepted by clients. And I know what it mean to put up a book and someone else using it as his own property.

    It’s a shame someone like this young man would want to dent Nigeria image. He’s a fool to allow himself to be portrayed as an INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THIEF!

    • Chris August 26, 2015 at 8:32 am #

      Hi Leslie, it’s so good of you to comment… it helps give a truer face to Nigeria 🙂 Several Nigerians have spoken out and denounced Ojuola Infotech… we have to police “ourselves” since there is no one to look out for the online protection of us information marketers!

  2. Debra Farrimond May 22, 2015 at 9:50 pm #

    What a reprehensible human being. Whatever he gets as a result of his malfeasance is all on him. I’m still in awe at his complete and utter stupidity that he actually thought he’d get away with stealing someone’s else’s work. What a fool. Thank goodness you were able to chase him down and shed a light on who is really is.

    • Chris May 27, 2015 at 2:01 pm #

      Thanks Debra — you’re right, he is pretty stupid to steal from internet marketers who know how the web works! What an idiot!

  3. Alan Graner May 10, 2015 at 7:26 pm #

    Just checked Google search. Only one scam reference is on page 1–the rest are on page 2. Can it be his business is still going strong?

    • Chris May 17, 2015 at 10:44 pm #

      You’ve got to give it some time Alan… I have seen this before. It will climb and then it will STAY THERE for a very long time. Bolakale Aremu Lawal the book thief is TOAST.

  4. Shel Horowitz--Green/Ethical Marketer May 10, 2015 at 3:26 am #

    Proving once again that crime doesn’t pay. What these stupid crooks don’t realize is that running an ethical business is a big part of the success formula.

    Congrats, Chris

  5. Kim Green May 9, 2015 at 3:15 pm #

    Good job! I do think that your idea of a website dedicated to ousting these types of thieves is wonderful.

  6. Carol Bentley May 9, 2015 at 11:17 am #

    That will teach Ojuola Infotech not to mess with us!

    We know how to use words to get the message out and warn people about the intellectual property thieves!

    Do you think we’ve dominated the niche ‘expose the thief’ Chris? lol

    • Chris May 17, 2015 at 10:42 pm #

      Ha! So right on Carol… I actually EMAILED him today (Amazon released his address and email!). I think that that is the ULTIMATE in direct marketing, wouldn’t you say? LOL

  7. Anthony Merizzi May 9, 2015 at 10:31 am #

    Hey Chris,

    Awesome to see the gathering of goodwill AND good work here in your defense!

    Keep in mind he’s still out there, so keep on the lookout… but I think your quick action and a solid group of additional ‘direct responses’ will go a long way towards shining a light on Ojuola Infotech’s scammery.

    Thanks to all, for all,

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