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July 18, 2006


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Part of me wonders if all her friends are thinking the same thing and are indeed much better off than they lead on...

Everyone wants to "get rich quick." If I have to read one more forum post about "I want to get rich by doing abc, I'm going to get the idea.

I'm all for ambition but people have to understand the scams that are going round and how easy it is to get hooked.

Thinking about buying into a "too good to be true" opportunity? Ask a few questions:
1. Are they guaranteeing a return like "guaranteed to double your money?"
2. Are you required to provide some upfront money?
3. Does part of the wealth-building opportunity require that you recruit more people into the program?
Answer yes to any of these basic questions and you're probably looking at a scam.

I'm all for working for more money but I'm not to hip on getting scammed.

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