Truth #1: “Scam” is used by Internet Marketers to catch your eye.
One million people are searching on the Internet, today alone, for an MLM or Network Marketing business opportunity.
- Marketers online know that those keywords are being used in those Google queries.
- Prospects thinking about signing up for a home based business often go online to Google and search the company name plus the word scam.
- Meaning, plenty of people are searching for SendOutCards scam.
- Keen marketers understand this and then plug their marketing message into the end of their “scam” message.
Don’t believe me? Just skip to the end of any of the search results for SendOutCards scam. I’ll wager the vast majority actually end up saying great things and offer to be your sponsor.
Truth #2: Only the BBB and the FTC really keep tabs on true scams.
The Internet is forever changing. Check with the BBB (Better Business Bureau) and the FTC (Federal Trade After all, it’s their job to regulate commerce and make sure everyone plays by the rules.
The Better Business Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission keep a watchful eye on any companies receiving complaints, They also give the accused an opportunity to respond and comply legally.
Read it and decide for yourself.
Truth #3: Somethings just have bad reputations.
Used car salesman are often sleazy by association and MLMs are often considered scams for the same reason.
Its very unfortunate but generally, its what people think.
There is a silver lining. As Google cracks down on how people market online, and the FTC/BBB continue to track-down culprits, then the scam reputation of home-based businesses will fade away. It’s called the “Google slap.”
Google simply won’t allow you to be found in its search results if you don’t play by the rules. This literally shuts down a marketer online.
So, the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth about SendOutCards scams?
Truth is, don’t believe it when someone says you can get-rich-quick.
People who treat their SendOutCards business like a business; understand that it does take money to make money; and put a lot of effort and tenacity into their venture; succeed. Each business opportunity has its share of successful business people.
- Stick with your new business at least a year
- Be willing to invest the first bit of money you make back into your business
- And, think of “quit” as a four letter word.
If someone speaks or writes about a SendOutCards scam, find out what they “tried” in building their business. Chances are, that’s where you’ll find the real truth.