Why People Rip You Off When You Are Trying To Learn How To Make Money Online

If you have been searching for a way to make money online, and you have found your share of scams and fake promises, you are not alone. In fact, most people who become successful online have to wade their way through the fake promises, and outlandish claims, before they understand what making money online really entails.

One of the big problems, that makes these scam artists so greedy, is that huge promises sell very well. People who are told they can make $1000 in a one day are likely to want to try it. Just the thought alone is enough to have them buy into it, and spend their money on the promise of this happening. Then the scammer will try to make them buy more, and more, and more – and each step they promise the final solution to making loads of cash online. Of course, it rarely works out that their promise is good and this results in a person having not much information on how to make this money, for a lot of their money spent.

Ultimately this is what the scam artist had set out to do. They made their money and they are not on to the next victim. It’s easy money, so to speak, and other people see this opportunity as well. So every day more and more people get online and try to take your money for fake promises, and unrealistic ideas.

These people essentially rip you off for many reasons including:

  • Their Selfishness – They are concerned with what goes in their pocket, and they don’t give a damn what goes in yours.

  • Their Lack of Compassion for Others – People who rip off other people without caring about the actual products worthiness don’t care if it hurts or upsets their customers. They view customers as people with money, that’s it.

  • Their Greed – The more they rip you off… the more they make. Their concern is money and themselves.

  • Your Ignorance – They understand the lack of knowledge about making money online out there, and they use it to their advantage.

  • Their Ignorance – They don’t know squat about making money online, and that’s why they have nothing good to offer, so they have to rip people off or they would be worthless online.

The bottom line is it’s easy to talk someone into buying something that gives them instant gratification, because we all would like instant gratification. The truth is you have to work for your money, and anyone else who tells you otherwise is probably trying to scam you out of money.

About the Author: Kari is the owner of http://choosetomakemoneyonline.com, a website that talks about legitimate ways to start working online.

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