If you are looking to make money online, one thing you need to be aware of is falling for scams. There are many money making scams out there these days, and it’s good to know how to spot them.
One big trap that people can all too easily fall into is falling for bold claims that seem too good to be true. As a general rule, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Here we will take a look at some examples of these types of claims.
EXAMPLE 1: Unrealistic Earnings & Magic Software
This absurd claim comes from Profit Bank By Millionaire Society, which is the worst scam I have seen in a long time. There are two unlikely things being claimed in this dramatic headline:
- You can earn over $1000 per day.
- You only have to click once on a special piece of software to do so.
There are some gullible people out there who will fall for this. Don’t be one of them.
EXAMPLE 2: “It’s That Simple”
This one is from Legit Online Jobs. This is claiming that if you post loads and loads of ads you will make loads and loads of money. The problem is, it’s really not that simple. Why? Because those ads will be Pay Per Click ads, and if you do it wrong, or even if you are just unlucky, you could lose money. So no, it’s really not that simple, and it is too good to be true.
EXAMPLE 3: They Give You Their Entire Business
This one comes from the same people that do Profit Bank in Example 1. The question you need to ask yourself here is this: if someone had a business that earned them $720 per day, why would they let you have it for $97 per month?
The answer is quite simple really:
Their $720 per day business IS getting people to pay $97 for it. If he can convince enough people to pay $97 per month, it’s quite possible to earn $720 per day. So this is a trick, and what you’re paying for is to be shown how to trick other people.
EXAMPLE 4: “No Experience Required!”
If you are an intelligent person, and I’m sure you are, you will have spotted the nonsense in this one. Why would anyone pay someone up to $100 to translate a document if they had no experience?
If you go rushing to sign up for Real Translator Jobs, with no experience, thinking that you’re suddenly going to get paid $35 to translate an email, you’re extremely gullible. If that’s you, you’ve just fallen face first into the big muddy hole called “Too Good to be True”.
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