April 24, 2024



Identifying Differences Between Internet Scams and Real Opportunities

It is truly amazing what people will say to sell you an online business. Report Scam and get your money back All of the lies, the deceit, and the broken promises in an attempt to take advantage of innocent opportunity seekers. It makes me sick! I think that this is the main reason I decided to write this article in the first place. Now granted, I am marketing my home business but I do not lie or instill false hopes in order to turn a profit or generate sign-ups.

I do, however, rely strictly on proving that my site is different, that the opportunity is truly unique, and I definitely do not tell people that they will get rich overnight or show them my income spreadsheets to make the jealousy, greed, or the “in your wildest dreams” factor kick in. It is almost guaranteed that if a site is promising you money beyond your wildest dreams, with doing absolutely no work at all, it is most likely a scam.

Be cautious during your search because websites are getting better at disguising themselves and legitimate business opportunities are becoming scarce.This is why it is so important to look at which company you will be using as your foundation.

You need to do your research first, just like I did. Take a look at the company you will be building your business off of. Look at their history, the type of products they sell, their target audience or niche market, their reputation, the stability of their business model or marketing plan, the type of system they use to generate your income streams, compensation plan, etc.

A legitimate home based business is identical to a brick and mortar job opportunity with only a few exceptions. You cannot expect to get promoted if you are not qualified for the position, right? It is the same exact concept with work at home jobs also. Sure, you have the convenience of working your own hours and in your own environment, but you must plan to build your business first if you ever expect to make a substantial living or “get promoted” as I put it before.

A solid reputation and a positive history with the Better Business Bureau is a good indicator that you have found a legitimate home business opportunity, yet keep in mind that there are still a few opportunities that are worth taking a look at that might not be registered members or may have just failed to renew their memberships. If the company you choose is not solid, or at least established, in the Internet Marketplace your business will fail before it even gets off the ground and once again you will feel cheated, taken advantage of, and scammed.