5 Signs That Money Making Gig is a Scam

5 Signs That Money Making Gig is a Scam

(DailyThrive.com) – In the ongoing search to find the perfect way to generate a profitable side hustle, there are a lot of people who fall victim to cons. Don’t let yourself become the next person on a would-be criminal’s list. Be on the lookout for these red flags.

  • You have to make an investment. While most legitimate larger businesses require an investment, the terms are usually clear. But with a money making scam, they want money with no guarantee or description on exactly how you’ll be doing it.
  • No experience needed. With any business or gig that you do, you need to have some knowledge on what you’ll be doing. If it doesn’t require some sort of skill, or says anyone can do it, it might be a scam.
  • It sounds too good to be true. Make $1,000 overnight! Make money while you sleep! Sounds great, right? These are attractive gimmicks that scammers use to draw someone in. Don’t fall for it. Every dollar earned is going to take your hard work and expertise to do it.
  • They have negative reviews. Before signing up for a side biz, be sure to research it first. Long hours for minimal financial return, or not paying properly should be two major red flags. Not finding anything on them at all is also a red alert.
  • There’s no product involved. If you’re asked to give money and get other people to give you or others money classifies as a pyramid scheme. This means the only one making the most money is the person at the top of the pyramid.

The main thing is that you don’t fall victim to scams set in place by others. Be aware of who you give your money to, so-called work at home jobs and businesses. While there are some that may be worth your while, others may not. Knowing how to spot the difference could save you or break you.

~Here’s to Your Success!

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