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Saturday, November 6, 2010

How To Avoid Fraud Or Scam


Computers are very popular these days but we need to be careful as I said before in some of my websites that there are scam and fraud out there. These are the warning signs that you will know when its fraud or scam. You need to be aware of these signs.
*Promise you a guaranteed success – they very appealing, convincing and sounds too good to be true.
*Promises high returns – they will really tell you that you can make more money and easy, with the unbelievable income.
*You feel suspicious – like something just doesn’t feel right. They pressure you to act right away, to take the advantage of the opportunity. 

When it requires upfront investment- even they said it is for “free” prize they will ask you for payment or cash. When it involves with money you need to be extra careful and check the Better Business Bureau before you decide to join or invest your money. Need to be cautious and very careful some of the work-at-home job offers.

If you have doubts of the company don’t hesitate to verify the company with Better Business Bureau. You can also share information about scams with your friends and families so that they are also aware of this people. By doing these you are also helping them to be safe and not a victim of the scammed.

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