Sunday, February 1, 2009

Scam Alert

I hate to admit it but I am often lured by those websites that promise huge sums of money. I mean, who wouldn’t be? If you can earn that amount “even while you sleep”, then why not, right? They even got these flashy 30-day money-back-guarantee seals and promo countdown timers that mysteriously don’t run out of time. Well hear this, the moment you pay for those, it’s either you won’t hear a thing from them anymore or you’ll get a bunch of manuals in your email teaching you how to make a new website similar to theirs. Sure, you’ll get what they promised, a thousand dollars a day, but it’s stealing from other people for crying out loud! You can count me out ‘cause I still have my halo stuck above my head.

It is always best to do your homework first before joining any program in the internet. Conduct a thorough research to see if there are any negative reviews of a certain website. Always take extra precautions. In case you have been a victim of these scams, you may file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau or if you are too lazy to do that, you can just charge it to experience. No biggie!


Marcuss said...

If it sounds too good to be true it probably is. But if doesn't ask for cash, yes, we can just charge it to experience.

mitch said...

The way internet is expanding with hundreds of thousands of internet users entering it everyday, there are bound to be scamsters to trap inadvertent net users with the lure of easy money. As there is no control over internet advertising, internet users are bombarded with unsolicited emails of scam free-work-at-home job offers. These scamsters populate free classified ad sites with job scams. They offer you free work at home jobs that they claim will enable you to earn tons of money in your spare time.