Make Money Online - Latest Scam DisclosedWritten by Bordu Silviu
Before we start, I want to make it clear that this article is about scammers that affect people who make money online by selling digital products, like e-books, software, etc. and have a refund policy, because we have a rather long way until end and, if you are selling physical product or you money online through affiliate programs that don't involve a refund policy it's probably just a waste of time.
In this article, I'll talk about "refund policy scammers". Lately, more and more people started to talk about them on forums and came out with different solutions, which we will discuss in second part of article, "Make Money Online - Defend Against The Latest Scam".
"Refund policy" scammers, as I stated in beginning, affect people that make money online by selling digital products (software, e-books for eg.). Now, you're probably wondering what's their "modus operandi". Well, it's very simple. They just find websites that sell digital products and have a 100% money back guarantee, buy product and then they tell you they want a refund because of crappy reasons, sometimes even impossible ones (they ask for a refund only minutes after they bought product), but in same time they keep products.
More and more people who make money online with this kind of websites are complaining about these incredibly immoral scammers. You will find posts like: "I received this e-mail just one minute after they bought my e-book: "I am really disappointed about your e-book, I read it and it doesn't say anything new for me. Please give me a refund." And my e-book contains 80 pages", "I am sorry but your script doesn't show me any results. Please give me a refund." I received this e-mail just one day after he bought and my script usually show results after about 30 days "
Hollander Consultants Launches Press Room WebsiteWritten by Matthew Bratschi
Hollander Consultants Launches Press Room Website
Hollander Consultants Press Releases Archived
Portland, OR – Hollander Consultants has started a new phase of outreach by launching a new website to archive press releases about company. The website, http://www.hollanderpressroom.com, chronicles all press releases from October 2004 to present.
“I really enjoy very simple layout of website. It has no bells or whistles, no Flash, no Java, no animation at all. It is strictly a repository of easily accessible information. In future I plan to add a section of photographs and video files but for now press releases paint a very decent picture of progress of Hollander Consultants over time. You get a nice feel for care Hollander Consultants has for its staff and clientele,” said Matthew Bratschi, director of public affairs for Hollander Consultants.
Plans are currently being enacted to create websites that highlight various aspects of Hollander Consultants. These websites will be launched in coming weeks.