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Jason Fong, The Boss Of Bali & Fake Paid Articles




“Jason Fong aka The Boss Of Bali, an Australian Luxury Travel Expert and Advisor, a partner and contracting manager of Luxury Escapes” – Bio from Paid Articles

According to Jason Fong’s paid interview and feature articles, he started working as a sales manager and the head of international markets for Australia’s leading e-commerce company and later on was placed in the field of travel and hospitality as a leading luxury travel expert. This was his breakthrough into the field of the online travel industry. Currently, he is a partner and contracting manager of Luxury Escapes. Here, the question arises is why he opted for paid services. With these paid articles, Jason got the opportunity to reach out to his targetted audience along with this, he also got his social media accounts verified. The blue tick not only enhances the profile’s authenticity and credibility which is a win-win situation but also helps to increase trust among the clientele.

In addition to these paid articles, Jason has also got his profile on Wikitia [] which is a spin-off of Wikipedia. When you can’t get your profile on a reputed site like Wikipedia, then you can create one on Wikitia for $99 to make it look genuine. You will also see Jason bragging about his Paid Forbes and Entrepreneur feature on his Instagram feature. When you are spending good $$$$ then why not show it off?


Jason Fong’s achievements and struggles are real but not his interviews and articles published in the below publication that can be purchased for $50 – $999 or in the package.

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Jason Fong calls himself the Boss of Bali in most of his paid articles and it is easy to claim yourself to be the “Boss” when nobody questions your virtue. However, the title “Boss of Bali” is self-proclaimed through the below-paid interview and feature articles. That’s possible only when you pay $$$$ to the publications who obviously do not care what you want to write in the articles. Most of the Publications work on the “Pay to Publish” model and accept self-drafted articles which are published without any fact-check. A lot of fake paid articles come with a disclaimer or Sponsored Content can be purchased from, PeoplePerHour, or SWAPD.

For example – TechTimes is $499, Ibtimes $200, Vents Magazine $20, etc.



Forbes India allows anyone to post their own content under their Brand Content Program which cost around $1000 – $1500. This comes with the disclaimer  ” The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Forbes India journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.” The contracting manager of Luxury Escapes’s Forbes India article is just another paid article.

Forbes India Article:


Jason Fong’s Forbes article by Annie Brown is also paid  PR article. We have covered Forbes contributor Annie browns in our Paid Forbes Contributor List. It all takes a budget of $3000 – $5000 and a connection to a PR  agency that can put you on Forbes with help of this contributor.

Forbes Global Article:


Getting mentioned on ENTREPRENEUR requires a budget of $800 – $1200. You can find tons of freelancers offering mentioned on Entrepreneur on


With the help of the above-paid articles, the image and reputation of Jason Fong will surely only increase for the best.


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