Nevertheless, I'm investigating this.... it's seems absurd to me that Tom would hire an actress.... the guy is good at daygame and that kiss isn't even that great.... the only explanation I can think of that she found out about it after the fact and for some reason put it on her resum?.... I have no idea.
That's hilarious. Did "Andy Yosha" think his followers have no capacity for rational thought, or does he have a hard time thinking clearly himself? I was pleased when one of their forum users questioned that argument:
That doesn't make sense. She would of listed him as "Tom Torero" in that case. How would she know his real last name?
Of course it doesn't make any sense that she knew his full, and real name. It makes even less sense that she would add this video to her portfolio if she "found out about it after the fact".
On the plus side, "Andy Yosha" posted his correspondence with his instructor. It could as well be fake, but it shows "Tom" claiming it wasn't true. Well, proof was posted that the video was indeed fake.
Now Tom is the fall guy and no longer works for Daygame.com. Business as usual? There are just a few problems. One is Andy Yosha being rather concerned about the actress listing her engagement on her portfolio. He claims she has "done absolutely wrong":
Care to explain? She has done nothing wrong at all as she was paid for that gig. The people who have done wrong are found within Daygame.com.
Now, talking about the "fall guy thing". The problem is that Tom wasn't acting in a vacuum. No pun intended. First, someone else was filming. So, who was it? Maybe Andy Yosha himself? Thus, at the very least one other person knew about this. Besides, we're talking about "two hours of filming" according to the message, so there arguably were several takes. Who selected the best take of that scene?
Further, I have a hard time believing that this was an exception. It was the one incident were they got caught. Now look at that video again, if you want, and if it's still on YouTube. It's not impressive at all. So, if they have to hire an actress to get "results" like that, why would anyone make the assumption that anything else was legitimate just because they haven't been found guilty yet. It's like catching some kid cheating on algebra, and then having his parents claim that their boy has mastered calculus. It doesn't make any sense. If you have to fake the very basics, how is anyone going to believe you anything at all anymore?
Well, PUA followers are among the most gullible on the Internet, so we shouldn't expect too much from that incident. However, judging from some of the posts on the Daygame.com forum, some people seem to be waking up, finally.