Avoiding Scams

Avoiding Scams

When it comes to an internet business, there is the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.  We will help you find the Good and hopefully avoid the Bad and the Ugly.  There are a lot more scams (the Ugly) and semi-scams (the Bad) on the internet than their are legitimate opportunities. How can you tell it a proposal is worthwhile?  Use your common sense.  If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is.  Do your due diligence, and if you can not get satisfactory answers, keep  your wallet in your pocket.

Commonly, you will get a call asking you to join a great money making program for $25.  The next step is to set up a sure fire money making website for $200-$500 but when the website doesnʻt make money they offer you a advertising coop for several thousand dollars.  That is the upsell, now if you canʻt afford their coop, you can buy into a rotating ad campaign for just $100/month. That is the down sell.

You cannot always tell if its a scam till you try it out.  I bought into Talk Fusion.  Turned out their products never worked right and they emphasized recruiting over using the products.  If most of your income is coming from signing up people in a program rather than from product sales, you are definitely in a scam.We will try to help you avoid the scams and find high quality business opportunities that compliment your interests. Do what you want, when you want and quit depending on a job.

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