Archives for Scams To Avoid
DasCoin, which dubs itself the currency of trust, is a hybrid cryptocurrency that works similarly to OneCoin. Anyone who invests in DasCoin does so through NetLeaders, where you use real money (ranging from €100 to €25,000) to pay for your NetLeader license. The higher your investment the more cycles you receive and the greater the amount of DasCoins you can receive by using those cycles.
The foundation that MLM scams are built on is lies. This includes not only the way they are sold, but also in the way that they are defended. When you speak out about MLM scams you will be flooded with comments from representatives of these scams defending them. My mission for my blog is to give you the information you need to defend yourself against scammers.
Texas Securities Commissioner Travis J. Iles entered an Emergency Cease and Desist Order on May 15 to stop the Wind Wide Coin scam, an entity that says it is based in Houston, from fraudulently offering investments in a cryptocurrency trading program.
It has been said that the secret to success in online marketing is developing a list of people that you can email market to. It is true that developing a list of people is a very important part of any online business. Inbox Inner Circle System claims to offer a solution that is able to reduce the amount of ‘pain’ a person faces while they begin to build and hone their list of subscribers and it is going to help one and all. My subscribers have requested that I take a look into the Inbox Inner Circle System. Here is what I have found.
Texas Securities Commissioner Travis J. Iles on May 8 ordered emergency action against the BTCRUSH scam who is fraudulently offering a high-return investment in a program tied to cryptocurrencies.
KC from Gadgets 2.0 did an excellent job in exposing how the Ontario Home Services door to door scam works in a video he recorded of his interactions with them. They tried scamming his parents out of $16,000+. I’m sure scams like these are very common, and a lot of people are stuck paying money to them. Please share this video so word gets out and so people are aware that fraudulent companies like this exist. I personally think the government should step in and void any previous contracts made by Ontario Home Services. If it happened to him, it definitely happened to others.
There are countless money making schemes that are trying to cash in on cryptocurrency. KryptoGeneX is offering a step by step video training system that they claim will empower you to make your own decisions when it comes to participating in this New World of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency. My subscribers have requested that I take a look into KryptoGeneX. Here is what I have found.
One of the foundations of old school money making scams is cash gifting and postcards. You send out postcards with incredible offers and get people to give you their money for the opportunity to send out postcards just like you. This system has been run countless times. My subscribers have requested that I take a look into the Big Profit System. Here is what I have found.
Who wants to signup and receive "Freedom Checks"? I know I like freedom and I like to receive checks. Matt Badiali in a video is offering everyone the opportunity to signup and receive these "Freedom Checks". My subscribers have requested that I take a look into the Freedom Checks scam. Here is what I have found.
Texas regulators are back in action. Texas Securities Commissioner Travis J. Iles entered an Emergency Cease and Desist Order against a convicted felon who is offering investments in two things that usually don’t go together: a cryptocurrency trading program and a marijuana growing operation.
If a money making opportunity is promoting charity as the focus of what they are doing, watch out. Money making is not charity. In most cases, these schemes are playing on your desire to help people to get you involved in a recruiting scam. My subscribes have requested that I take a look at the Noble 8 Revolution. Here is what I have found.
“Get started selling on Amazon and make $5,000 - $10,000 in the next 30 days… even if you’ve never sold anything online before.” That’s one of the pitches the promoters of Amazing Wealth Systems (AWS) used to lure people into a bogus business opportunity.
It has been a few years since I last shared my opinion on the Motor Club Of America (MCA) business opportunity. The time has come for an update on what has changed and what has remained the same. Showing a stack of cash seems to never grow old for the promoters of MCA.
A popular scam today is the Bitcoin Doubler scam. This scam involves you sending some Bitcoin to a website wallet address or an individual's wallet address. Then you provide them with your wallet address. You wait a set amount of time and you are sent many times as much Bitcoin back.