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Hey there, it’s Walter! Today, let’s talk about something that many fellow marketers may consider to be a sore subject. But it’s important and I want you to be fully informed. Here’s the deal. There are a lot of unscrupulous online marketers who just want your money. They don’t care about helping you. They’re not concerned with delivering any real value or want to help you build a real business online. Nope, their sole concern is to get as much money as they out of you as possible, PERIOD. Why am I telling you this? Simple. There too many famous names in this industry, who do nothing but make money by preying on people who they get to trust them. They become glitzy “gurus” to unwitting people, who are just looking to make some extra money online. Once they “hook” you, they’ll hit you up almost daily to buy a new glitzy product from either them or one of their IM buddies (for affiliate commission). Don’t fall into the guru scam trap! Sure, there are indeed some well-intentioned and scrupulous people out there. Many of whom are showing others the right way to build a business online. Just understand that most aren’t. Here are some tips to help you avoid these shifty scammers… 1. Don’t fall for hype! If someone is laying it on thick with claims and income potential, especially without real proof, that’s HYPE. Stay suspicious of hype-ridden claims at all times. 2. Beware of super-low-priced “tripwire” products. Oftentimes, online “gurus” will try to get you into their never-ending sales funnels with insanely cheap products that appear to be overloaded with value. The main purpose of these products is to overload you with “perceived value”, which will be mostly fluff and useless crap, just so you think that they’re for real. Soonafter, you’ll find yourself slammed with daily offers for expensive products and “training” that they’ll insist you need. If something seems to be too cheap, consider that a red flag and avoid getting sucked in. 3. Don’t fall for “scarcity ploys”. Far too often, IM’ers use countdown clocks and other looming “deadlines” to press urgency of a product’s super-low “early bird” price. Especially for various “pushbutton” marketing software apps. You’ll almost always find that you can still buy them for the same price much later, so the whole ploy is bs. Avoid these offers like the plague. These tips should give you a good starting point to steer clear of scams. Keep researching and ignore any marketer or deal that sounds too good to be true. A good dose of skepticism pays off! I’ll give you more tips down the road, especially as we uncover new scammy strategies. Want to build a REAL online business? Here’s a proven program that will get you on the right track. No hype, no BS. - Hope this helps, stay tuned for more! Talk soon! Walter Mabry Warmest Regards, Walter Mabry ======= Legal Stuff ======= This message is never sent without your request. If you would like to lose your competitive advantage in the marketplace then you can opt out by clicking the link at the bottom of this e-mail. Keep in mind you will lose access to all upcoming emails and bonuses. Please note for the FTC: There are times when I may recommend a product/service and this may stick money in my pocket. This is always done so with the utmost integrity. Mabryco Inc 2000 Mcdonough St #2432 Joliet Il 60436 USA To unsubscribe or change subscriber options visit: http://www.aweber.com/z/r/?LMyMTJyMbLSsHBwcnBycDLRGtMxMrKzszOyM
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