Making Money Online – The Top 3 Biggest Scams Satta Matka

Making money online has become more popular than ever. Everywhere you look, there is some new program out there that promises the world. With so many new programs out there, how do you know who to trust? I can name over 500 different scams online, but today I wanted to focus on the biggest scams out there so you don’t get burned Like I have. I just want to help you make informed decisions. The top 3 Biggest scams that I consistently see out there are:

******1)MLM Marketing or Pyramid Schemes

So Often Times a friend of mine will contact me asking me about a different Multi Level Marketing (MLM) Program out there. I have seen over and over again friends getting burned by these.. They ask you to put in anywhere from $200- $1100 to get started. After you invest the money they are pretty much left in the dark of where to go or what to do next even though the company promises they will have contact for direct support. The ONLY time I have seen anyone make ANY money online using MLM are a few select females that sell feminine products. ie.. lipstick, makeup, etc..

******2)Envelope Stuffing

I wasn’t originally going to include this one, because I figured Satta most people knew about it by now, but after I received 15 different e-mails asking about Envelope stuffing I figured I should let people know about it. The companies Will tell you that you can make $5 or more per envelope that you put the information in, and send out. I have fallen for these too. Usually if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. Anyways They offer $5 per envelope. What they don’t tell you is, you have to send a start up fee, you have to find your own leads to send the envelopes to, you have to pay for the products that you put in them, you have to pay for your own stamps. IF you follow exactly what they tell you, you would be lucky to make $0.10 Per envelope IF you’re lucky.

******3)Foreign / Lottery Scams

To me these should mostly be considered common sense. I have seen different ebooks out there that promise they can show you exactly how to predict the lottery. ??? There really is no mathematical formula for predicting the lottery.. the balls float around in the plastic box, and are sucked up randomly to the front. I really don’t see how ANYONE could possibly think they could predict the lotto.

As you can see there are a few big scams out there that consistently pull people in, and scam them. I cannot name any companies by name without worrying about legal trouble, but what I can say is if you see ANY of these programs out there, your best bet is just to stay away.


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