3# Skill: How to identify SCAMS
An attorney general would ask these two questions:
1 – Would a logical thinking person pay this much money for the product or service if there was not a business opportunity involved?
2 – Does the income stop when the recruiting stops?
If the answer to the first question is “No” and/or the answer to the second question is “Yes”, then it is a SCAM.
Don’t become BUBBA BAIT!
To avoid sharing a cell with Bubba, avoid:
Cash Gifting Programs. (It’s NOT a Gift if You Solicit It, Unless You’re a Registered Charity, and You Report Donations.)
Any Program where You Receive Hundreds or Thousands of Dollars when Someone Joins, and Your Recruits Receive Nothing of Intrinsic Value They Can Hold in Their Hands. (Information is NOT a Product!)
Any Program Paying You Commissions on a Monthly Website Fee. (Commissions on Tools are Illegal.)
Pyramid Scheme Busted
If you are in a travel deal (scam) you might want to check out this link:
“Pyramid schemes may be identified, in part, by the extent to which the membership fee,oor participant payment, bears a reasonable relationship to the value of goods or services that participants are entitled to be supplied under the scheme…
… People who wished to participate in the scheme were required to pay a membership fee of $330. Once an individual had paid the $330, they received a ‘travel certificate’ and the opportunity to receive commission payments for recruiting other people into the scheme.”
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