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5) ScamWatch (http://www.scamwatch.com/): These guys offer a scam directory, a list of things to watch out for, scam reports, most likely scams, and more. There is a lot of information on this site designed to prevent you from being scammed.
You can also check with these organizations: http://www.ifccfbi.gov/index.asp http://www.quatloos.com/ http://www.web-police.org/ http://www.dsa.org/ http://www.fraud.org/
Hereís a list of email addresses for you to report scams, fraud, and spam: -Email FTC to report "get rich quick" spam email scams: firstname.lastname@example.org -Internet Fraud Center at email@example.com -National Fraud Information Center email: firstname.lastname@example.org -Email address of US Postal Inspection Service where all "Chain Letter" spam email scams should be sent: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
As you can see there are plenty of resources available to you so you should be able to check out any money making opportunity very thoroughly to ensure your safety. The above list is by no means all organizations you can check with but they are some very reliable resources. If you find an opportunity listed in scam or fraud section, of any of above sites, I would highly recommend staying away from it.
Remember, there are many legitimate opportunities for you to choose from. Working at home has tons of rewards, so donít give up on your dreams just because you are afraid of getting scammed. Do your homework on any opportunity you are pursuing and you should be fine.
Now, go and find yourself a legitimate business opportunity to secure your financial destiny!
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