Thursday, November 30, 2006

Tips For Avoiding Home Business Scams
Copyright © Obinna Heche

Anyone with a modicum of common sense knows that all those too good to be true solicitation e-mails and ads you see in the margins of high traffic websites for making thousands of dollars a week with no effort through a home based internet business can't be for real. Yet there are still thousands upon thousands of people every year whose dreams of easy cash, early retirement and free living override their common sense and encourage them to invest in these home business scams. That's why we're offering a few simple tips for avoiding home business scams that can ultimately save you a lot of money, not to mention heartache and frustration.

The most obvious of tips for avoiding home business scams is to do your homework. For every home business scam floating around out there in cyberspace, there is someone who's tried it and ended up bitter and disgruntled when they never received the tens of thousands of dollars in easy money they were promised. There are entire websites and blogs dedicated to exposing these fraudulent home business opportunities and providing tips for avoiding home business scams so that no one else ends up getting ripped off by crappy snake oil that doesn't really work. So when one of these promising opportunities comes through your inbox and you get that little urge inside to give it a try, do a Google search for a few of the key phrases or the main concept and see what others who have already paid the entry fee to try it have to say about the opportunity. Try to look for testimonials on third party objective websites. It's not a good idea to believe the testimonials on the websites of the opportunities themselves.

As far as other tips for avoiding home business scams are concerned, there are a multitude of resources all over the Internet that list which opportunities are scams and which ones have real income potential. Truly the best of the best tips for avoiding home business scams we can offer is to listen to the little voice inside yourself. If that voice is telling you the scam's promises are too good to be true, then listen to that voice, because it's probably entirely correct!

Obinna Heche: Los Angeles- California

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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