"Tough economic times are, unfortunately, boom times for scammers, as people desperate for money and jobs let down their guards and are more likely to pursue questionable financial opportunities that caution might ordinarily warn them away from. Read more at www.snopes.com"
- Times are harm for most and for some much harder.
- Do you remember the door to door scamming seller?
- Well the new look out they have a new ways to get you!
You don't have to open your door or wait for the mail; with more of the world going on-line everyday. The chance of being scammed out of your money is on the raise.
As you surf along the web you may:
- Click on banner adverts.
- Be tempted to do a home base jobs.
- Sign up for a free sample.
- Enter competition or contest to win something.
“According to Creators Syndicate, who represents professional work-from-home writers and artists, that for every real on-line posting for home-based jobs, there are 60 scams. The organization further notes that on-line bulletin boards, such as Craigslist, are rife with scams. For each legitimate job posted, there are 100 times as many scams.”
Think traffic light!
STOP - Do not sign up or hand over money
Orange - Take time to do a full research about the offer.
Green - Still sounds good, then the ball is in your court!
Only after you have taken time to look into the deal, can you really make a informed choice to deal or no deal.