The author criticizes Forbes for cashing in on the promotion and then reporting on scammers, such as Sam Bankman-Fried, Elizabeth Holmes, and Charlie Javice, who were former students of Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list. The author also mentions a previous article on Sam Ovens, who was also a Forbes “30 Under 30” member, and questions the legitimacy of his business. The author also points out that Forbes sells opportunities to write for them, such as through their Forbes Tips, which the author paid nearly $2,000 to join.
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Mason Pelt is a guest author of Internet News Flash. He has been a staff writer for SiliconANGLE and has written for TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Social Media Today and more.
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