So here you are, you’ve probably read tons of policies and terms of service from various online service providers or better yet you just schemed through most of them and went straight for the sign-up button, entered all your personal information including bank details and clicked on submit.
Do not fall for the Signup Bonus
Of course, you Couldn’t wait to have that $20 sign up bonus that was right up your face when you first opened that web page. The audio-visual presentations that swept your eyes were so amazing and well calculated.
Find out if the Testimonials are Real
The scrolling list of testimonials and a couple of pictures of happy, contented users with lofty figures next to them left you convinced. The matter at hand is that you really need the money and you know you can do with just some of it.
The Obvious Presentations and slide shows
You may not be into the cruise ships and luxury apartments, holidays and beaches that they keep flashing at you online, but somewhere deep inside you feel there is something lucking in your life that can be revamped by you “signing up”.
Wait Wait and wait again
So, you pressed the Submit button. Soon or later, they know your name and bank details. You are now a part of something that you have no idea what it is, who or what started it, where it was started when and why.
“I just want to make some money online,” you say, but you totally forgot something very important, like forgetting the keys to your car on a dinner table and taking the stairs all the way to the basement.
You definitely forgot your car keys on the dining table and went to the basement for the car or did you?. When the deal seems too good, wait and be patient before diving in head first.
Research on the subject website
Taking time to look up a website before signing up is very important, especially searching the name of the website on the internet and tagging it along with the word “SCAM”. like ” www.subjectwebsite.com scam”
Most websites that claim to offer money or payments are a scam. A lot of them ask for payments to be made to them or they pay themselves using your credit card information, they may have fake ownership information and do not respond to your emails of calls.