I am being asked to join Memberspring .com Scam?
Hello Jacustomer,Well, not exactly. You'll probably get something back for your money but it won't be a 6 figure income 13 years running.It is unfortunate, but most of the work at home businesses that promise you great wealth and riches are at best prime examples of deceptive marketing, and at worst outright frauds. The on-line job market is a mine field. At best they might give you the tools to help you make you some pin money on the side. What they don't tell you is that unless you have 24/7 commitment to grow a successful business, you won't. And despite what these companies promise, they don't deliver. Then, when you look at the contract you signed, you discover that none of the results they seemed to promise were guaranteed anyway, and you're out a substantial amount of money. That may get Gary his millions, but it will not necessarily di anything for you.You should be suspect of every work at home opportunites that make big promises but tell you very little about what you will actually be required to have and do before you join and pay a fee. That characterizes memberspring.com website provides almost no information. The Federal Trade Commission has done a lot of work in this area going after companies that prey on the elderly, the disabled, and the unemployed by offering expensive do-nothing programs that enrich only the company and defraud the consumer. They offer some advice as to how to evaluate a program or an online job that you see. You can check that information out here. and again here. And you just have to use your common sense. Check the company out with the Better Business Bureau and with the State Attorney General's Office in your State and in the state where it's headquartered. If they tell you there are a lot of consumer complaints about it, avoid them. If the company can't be checked out -- as this one really can't and seems to have no track record beyond its own self promotion -- avoid them as well. Legitimate businesses should have a track record. You should be able to find something more than just a website that gives minimal information, if the BBB hasn't heard of them and the state Attorney General doesn't know of them either and a Google search shows it doesn't have much of a track record but does have a lot of rip off reports, I'd avoid it. This review points out what's wrong with eMarketing Online System pretty eloquently.FranL40930.1426068634
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