Scam Alert... This Is A Very Serious Warning! ...And Good For a LaughToo
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Have you ever been the victim of title plagiarism? Well whether it was intentional or not, I can't tell you, but it sure looks fishy, with an ironic twinge of humor in the whole situation.
Keep on reading for the joke to be exposed at the bottom...
At 5:37pm on Thursday I posted an article with a somewhat lengthy title, mostly just because I could I guess. lol
The very next article posted at 6:26pm. This was entitled:
"Hope rubbs off so are good actions!"
I'm truly not even sure what his title means in the English language, and though his opening sentence expounds a true principle:
"Is there anything more rewarding than giving a hand to someone without expecting anything back!" ...his actions speak louder than his words.
After a brief paragraph he refers you to a cash gifting program. This is highly illegal by standards of the Federal Trade Commission.
"Don’t Get on the Receiving End of a Gifting Club "Gotcha"
Promises of quick, easy money can be a powerful lure – especially when it comes with the additional benefit of new friendships.
If you’re approached about joining a club but you aren’t sure if it’s an illegal gifting club, the Federal Trade Commission reminds you to:
- Consider that a legitimate gift has no strings attached and is not an "investment."
- Avoid being misled into thinking a gifting club is legitimate because the ads say that members consider their payments a gift and expect nothing in return. This is an attempt to make an illegal transaction look legal.
- Be wary of success stories or testimonials of tremendous payoffs. Very few members of illegal gifting clubs or pyramid schemes ever receive any money.
- Take your time. Don’t buckle under to a high-pressure sales pitch that requires you to join immediately or risk losing out on the opportunity. Remember, solid opportunities – and solid friendships – aren’t formed through nerve-wracking tactics."
Oh yeah, the joke...
The funny thing about my title being apparently plagiarized is #1, he brought himself to the attention of someone who can spot a scam a mile away because Michael Dlouhy and Mentoring For Free have taught me to be a "critical thinker" and I'm the first that will alarm anybody to the facts of a scam if I know about it, and #2, the most ironic part of the whole situation... the guy who plagiarized my title, his last name is "Parrot". lol... I'm sorry, but I just thought that too ironic! (OK, if I have to explain the joke, then it wasn't that funny, so if you don't get it, don't ask.)
Well Mr. Parrot, I'm truly sorry if you were unaware that you are promoting an illegal cash gifting club. I recommend you stop and get out of it right away before you find yourself involved in the American Justice System. Everybody else, RUN AWAY from this "rewarding" opportunity!
A cash gifting club provides just about zero out of five of the "5 Pillars" Michael Dlouhy recommends for any ethical company.
Educate yourself on how to watch out for illegal or unethical scams, learn to be a critical thinker, and learn techniques to find a great network marketing company. Start a world class education on internet and network marketing by reading Success in Ten Steps and avoid ever becoming somebody's next big joke!
Your Forever Friend,
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