Are you tired of scams, hype and bogus rip-offs that fill your mailbox? We are too!
You need to know how to spot one, what to look for and what to avoid!
Follow these simple tips, listen to that little voice within, do a little research and you'll be fine.
There are many great programs out there that ARE legitimate. Here are some things to avoid....
First of all, don't believe anything that promises to make you rich overnight. I'm not saying it can't happen, but odds are it won't.
Also, some phrases to watch out for:
"You don't have to DO anything, just join and we'll build it for you."
"I went from welfare to millionaire in a few months!"
"Get paid for doing nothing. Just sign up."
"One time only offer."
"#1 Ground Floor Opportunity"
Along these same lines, watch out for following:
Any offer that comes from a free email service such as hotmail, yahoo, etc. I'm not knocking free email services, but if offer is that great and deal is legitimate, person wouldn't hide behind a virtually anonymous email source.
Any website or email that has no live contact person listed. If you have to jump through hoops to find person responsible for offer, be suspicious. What are they hiding? Never sign up for anything without having some correspondence with a live person, either via email or, preferably, over phone.
Anything that simply requests money, with no exchange of goods or services. And, I mean valid goods or services. Not a report on how to stuff envelopes for money or a listing of businesses that will pay you to work from home.
How To Check Out A Company
These are some steps you can take to research a company with whom you are considering getting involved.