You joined an opportunity.
And you are sure it’ll help you achieve your financial goals and dreams.
Or will it?
There are lots of bombs out there, disguised as opportunities, waiting to explode in your face and kill your hard earned cash.
As you know, prevention is better than cure
So today, I want to share 3 signs of a self-destructive opportunity
1. The Restarting Timer
They say “X days, Y hours and Z minutes remaining then you pay $10,000 more”.
You refresh the page and lo and behold, the timer has restarted.
The company using this tactic tries to scare you into buying.
Yet, scare tactics show a company which doesn’t respect people’s intelligence.
2. The Not So Real Photos of Real People
This one always cracks me up.
One opportunity online says:
“To prove my point, I recently handed this easy-to-use system over to my friend’s grandma Jennifer who is 75 years old and her results were absolutely amazing!”
It then shows a grandma using a computer.
I right-click on the image and chose “Search Google for this Image”.
What do I find?
The image is taken from a 2009 Telegraph article.
Why can this be bad?
Because fake photos of clients can get any business into legal hot waters if the authorities are informed.
3. The Saint Protector Of Guru Victims
“I’m sick of gurus lying to you! I want to protect you from them”
People online often say that.
Let’s be real.
They don’t care about you.
They hope to create a feeling of reciprocity.
“I protect you from the bad gurus. Why don’t you join my opportunity as a thank you?”.
Any business built on the feeling of reciprocity has shaky foundations and won’t be around long.
And there you have them.
Have those three signs near you before you join an opportunity from now on.
There are actual bombs out there that will leave you sad, penniless and the laughing stock of your friends and family.
Still, there are trustworthy companies out there that show none of those three signs.
Companies that help you achieve financial freedom, make you happy and even have others wonder how you did it.
P.S. I want to expound on sign number 2, the fake photos.
It can be worse than you realize.
Because fake testimonials can get any business into legal hot waters if the right authorities are informed.
Do you want to get sued for recruiting someone via a page that uses fake testimonials?
Yes, you didn’t know anything.
But how can you prove you’re innocent?