Want to know how you can smell a scam from a mile away? And I don’t mean by heading over to the Google to punch in “Is (such and such) a scam?”
Because like attracts like, indeed you’ll find some people calling (such and such) a scam.
More than that, they’ll trash the heck out of it, then try to sell you on joining their down line on some pyramid scheme.
Here are a few questions you can ask yourself to cut through the B.S. and tell if it’s a scam or not.
1. How long has that business been up and running?
2. Do they have a money-back guarantee?
3. Do you have PROOF that it works before you buy?
Keep these in your back pocket. They will help you expose a scam.
Sue Powers has had many short stories published. She’s also written a mystery, She’s Not There, that will published soon. She’s also writing another mystery.