How to tell a scam?
Not by typing “is (fill in the blank) a scam?” into Google, that’s for sure.
Because all you’ll get there is a bunch of whiney punks who like to bitch and moan in public. Or, the complete opposite – affiliates strategically optimizing their content to the scam keyword to sell you on joining their downline.
Here’s a few questions you can ask to tell a scam…
- How long has the opportunity been around? Is it fly-by-night or does it have a track record?
- What is their guarantee? Is it a simple “money back” thing or is it stronger?
- Can you speak with real, flesh and blood people who’ve succeeded with the system? Or is it just a bunch of testimonials with only first names and no photos?
- Can you see concrete, verifiable, unquestionable proof it works before you buy?
The Fearless Momma checks off on all these – it’s the real deal
Scam free, baby.