Are You Scam-Smart? Three signs.

That’s a link on the home page of mompreneursonline, a popular site advising moms who want to run a business from home.

Three signs to look for, they say. Here’s #2:

Spotting a scam

Here’s how to make sure you don’t get ripped off…

2. Beware of Big Promises.

Be suspicious of any job description promising overnight success or using phrases like “effortless,” “no experience required,” “easy money,” “hidden job market,” “make money fast,” or “earn hundreds or thousands a week.” If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.

For numbers 1 and 3 – go here.

The word’s getting out and would-be women entrepreneurs are talking to each other like never before…

Are you still leading with big product or money promises? Could this be why so many women pass (or back out of your business opportunity after talking to friends), even though the products are special?

Who wants to be associated with something or someone that looks and acts like a scam?

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Kim Klaver

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  • Absolutely, people in general are becoming very “scam aware”. It makes it hard for those of us haveing legitimate home-based opportunities that are structured so that distributors are capable of making a good living.

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