Monday, March 17, 2008

Don't Be Fooled By False Promises Of Riches

Copyright © Michael Laleye

Many of today's job offers attempt to entice people with the promises of hefty paychecks in exchange for very little work, but in most cases the promises only serve to make the person offering the position richer and the person accepting the job poorer. While there are many opportunities for making money in a home-based business, there are far more opportunities that simply do not and cannot deliver on the promises.

Whenever you see an advertisement for quick riches you should ask yourself a simple question, why me? Odds are when you receive an email giving you the chance to make a ton of money in a short period of time it will be from someone or from a company you have never heard of and by asking why that offer was sent to you, the only logical answer is they are trying to rip you off. If the offer is from someone you know, it may still pay to be skeptical about the kind of money-making promises being made.

Many of these offers are sent out every day and are preying on those that can least afford to spend the money. They are attractive to those that may be desperate for making some quick cash or those that are greedy and many to make a lot of money for doing little work. In reality, it is called work for a reason. If you think about it, there is no reason any stranger would want to share their unlocked secrets with you instead of keeping them to themselves or sharing them with close friends and their family.

You have probably already noticed that in order to take advantage of this person's generosity of sharing all of this information will cost you money. They may even offer a money-back guarantee, but rarely will they tell you how to get your money back. Ask them to send you the information promise in 30 days when you are making all that money they promise you will pay them and see how far you get.

Most people looking for work on the internet cannot afford many of the job offers, yet are enamored with the prospect of making a lot of money. Once they do pay for the information they realize that the amount of work necessary to just break even is going to take more time then they have to devote. That is if the job exists at all and is not just another way to separate you from your cash.

Identifying job offers that are only offering to take your money can be difficult as many possess promises written in such a way that you may feel you would be foolish not to jump at the chance. If at the end of the professionally written sales pitch you have no idea what you will be doing in order to earn the money, it probably is not going to live up to your expectations. The only way to avoid these types of scams is by asking that one question, why me?

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