How to avoid a Scam Site, a simple guideline.

@CJscott (4184)
August 6, 2009 1:30pm CST
So I was just cruising around the lot, puttering the last few days really, commenting here, laughing there, or just plain running from a bad post. As I was in this, and the other money making sites, I noticed a lot of people are like, is this site good? What do you think of that site? Is this a scam? Should I spend my time here? So, I thought I would offer a guideline to those interested in learning for yourselves, with out having to rely on the Opinions of others, use the facts instead. Or both, depending on the type of person you are. Okay, first and foremost...Does the site/company have - Company management experience with integrity? - This is very important, say you are in a MLM opportunity, but the owner of the MLM company, has NEVER built a downline, do you really want to work with such a person? How can to you tell if they have Experience with Integrity...You search them out on Google. Have they had other companies and let them go bankrupt? Search like this. "Company Name" (scam) and also "Owner of Company" (scam) - Then you will get the worst of the worst. Their are some people that will start up these companies, and then make it so that it is impossible for you or I to make any money in them, but, once on the internet, always on the internet? Some people would do the same with a PTC or PTP site as well, have you do all the work, and then make it so they can pocket YOUR earnings. And the other thing, would be to Please, please, please...Did I say please. READ YOUR POLICIES AND PROCEDURES...Please. Your terms and conditions, policies and procedures, and the privacy policy are all BINDING LEGAL CONTRACTS. If you have any questions concerning them, ask your lawyer to clarify it for you. One of the biggest red alerts to look for is if they have a clause that says they can terminate your account with or with out reason. There you have it, my guideline to determining whether or not you are participating in a site that is only out to steal your hard earned money. I wish you all the best. Cheers.
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