Learn to Avoid a work at home scam

Learn to Avoid a Work at Home Scam #tip

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Learn to Avoid a Work at Home Scam

learn to Avoid a work at home scam step by step. On this page, we are going to give some tips and learn to avoid a work at home scam.

  1. First if they begin by telling you that you can make tons of money right away then they are probably not a legitimate online business, you have found a scam.
  2. Secondly if you are told you will make money starting from the time you sign up you have found yourself a scam.
  3. When they tell you it going to take little or no work [ Easy work at home program or part-time easy income] it is probably a scam.
  4. The page you see when you are introduced to the program has no content and no explanation of the training program you are being sold, It is probably a scam.
  5. You can tell that what you are looking at is a scam when the program (page) host does not post a picture of him or herself.
  6. You know its a scam when the call to action is the first thing that you see on the page and is very urgent like your life depends on it.
  7. If you are asked to pay immediately then it is a scam.
  8. Sounds too good to be true then its a scam.
  9. If they show all the beautiful things you wish you could have Like luxury cars a 10 bedroom home with a maid and all that cool stuff. Then it’s a Scam.

Work at home, Franchise business, MLM, Envelope stuffing, drop shipping and The mystery Shopper is the largest target for scammers according to the FBI. There are millions of work from home opportunities on the internet and most of them are a scam.

Over 250,000 plus people report being ripped off for over $3 billion dollars in the past five years, many of these people  lost money due to scams but never say anything to anyone for fear of being embarrassed, but as you can read here, you are not alone.

Source for story: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/business/20150503/advisory-column-avoiding-online-business-opportunity-scams

Then you click on a website like this You Know it is not a scam

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17 thoughts on “Learn to Avoid a Work at Home Scam #tip”

  1. Thanks for this article. It is informative, and helpful to me because there is so much stuff out there, and it’s easy to get ripped off. Fine balance between being adventurous and open to new ideas, and leaving yourself open to be sucked into a scam

    1. Hi Donna, I always try to pass along the information I feel is important for people to know to have an enjoyable online experience and not get RIPPED OFF.

    1. Like I say don’t get scammed online! I just want to educate people about what is going on out there and save them some $ and heartache. Wealthy Affiliate is the best online school on the internet. Thanks for your comment.

    1. This website is my way of helping. If you can avoid being scammed by reading this we all become more powerfull against the Jack-asses that are trying steal money from innocent unassuming people. Yes, Wealthy Affiliate is a great place to learn how to earn money on the internet. Thank you for the comments.

  2. Thank you for this article. It is such a shame that charlatans target those who have next to no money in the first place. Half the job sites are work-at-home scams and when one is new to these sites they are easy prey.

    1. Thanks, Tom. I hear a lot more about people getting ripped off by scams every day in the news and on the street. I didn’t start out to do this type of Blog, but it just seems to be the right thing to do these days. I hope more people will share my writing with friends so that they will become educated and not get scammed online!

      1. Thanks Dan,
        My approach is a little different but with the same heart as yours. I am a scam baiter. My thing is to waste as much of the scammer’s time and demoralize them. Also the scammer comes out not trusting the people he is scamming 🙂

        If you want to read about some of the “games” I played with them, feel free to check out http://www.thomasduda.com/scamming-the-scammers . I can link back to you if you want

        1. Yup you like to mess with them and I like to educate people about the scammers. I shared and google+ your twitter as well. Do the same for me. I would like to do an email interview with you would that be ok with you. The questions will be based on what we are talking about now and a few more based around both of our websites. as well i will use this comment board in the interview.

          1. Cool so I will send you a bunch of questions in an interview style and all you have to do is send me a reply to each question. Thanks Thomas.

  3. Hi Dan, I must say that I was one who got scam on the Internet several times. I wish I had seen this post years ago. Anyway, I am learning how not to get scam with those get rich schemes business that don’t want you to put in the work first.
    I hope this post reach the public in a big way so that they would not fall in the same trap as myself.


    1. Hi, David I know how you feel. I was Blinded by get rich and easy money too, but the reality is, you have to put some work into your website and that really is the only way to make real money on the internet. Wealthy Affiliate has all the training you will ever need to do just that.

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