Oh, boy! Watch out! They are everywhere! Every time I went online to find another way to make money online, I was scammed. I finally decided to look at ways to avoid the scams.
You know you can “google” anything. No matter the subject, no matter the question, someone else has asked it and the answers are there.
Google the question, “how to avoid scams” and you will find hundreds of websites about avoiding scams. Some will even let you know the name and website of some scams.
If you have a question about “Wealthy Affiliate” (one of the affiliate sites that I recommended on my Affiliate Sites page”, just ask. I did? I asked, “Is Wealthy Affiliate a scam” and found that most of the answers were a resounding “No”. But don’t take my word for it, try it yourself.
If you have a questions about any program you are considering, google the questions “is ____ a scam” or “is ____ ligit” or google “reviews on ___”. Fill in the ___ with the program you are considering. Trust me, you will find your answers.
Do the same with Amazon and Abe Books (also links that I recommended).
Don’t be fooled again. Read, investigate and study, but mostly, ASK before you move forward. If you want to know if I’m real, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. By the way, my name is Jenny.
Thanks for reading.
I welcome feedback and comments on the above matter. Please share your experience!