How to spot a scam…

As you may know, there are many imposters and scam artists out there trying to impersonate or berate what I do here—what I’ve committed my life to.

That’s why we’re joining together to fight back against these scammers by continuing our Midas Legacy Scam alerts.

In the last one, I revealed the scam behind the Best Business Bureau. This week I’m turning things a little more general and showing you how to spot a scam—wherever it may come from.

It’s time to protect yourself.

I get so amazed when I receive an offer in my inbox that just screams “SCAM” at me. I can’t help but think back to all the times I’ve handed cash over to a scamming jerk who I never heard from after that.

I’m sure you’ve seen it before, and I’m so happy that you’ve finally found a trustworthy partner in us, The Midas Legacy.

I remember when I was aspiring to become wealthy, just like you. It was so easy to be manipulated by all these flashy sounding “get-rich-quick” schemes.

I submitted to more of those than I care to admit.

That’s why I want to arm you with this red flag checklist that’ll help keep your money safe from those filthy criminals.

I understand that since you’re reading this that you have a good relationship with The Midas Legacy, and I’d like to think that my company is the only company you’d turn to for financial help—we’ve helped so many people reach financial success in the past.

But I also understand there’s the reality of you exploring other offers and other deals; besides, these scam artists are extremely witty with their promotions. It’s hard not to get excited about some of them.

But if you do decide to explore those options for a brief time, I want you to understand that these red flags should become your only guidelines to avoiding these scamming crooks.

  • If the offer pledges that you can “get rich quick,” it’s most likely a scam. In the real world, there’s no such thing as get rich quick. That’s why our pledge is to educate you to make intelligent money moves to build a stable wealth.
  • If they don’t offer a phone number, and you can’t speak to an actual human being, then stay away. These schemes are set up so you can’t speak to an actual person for more information. That’s why our number one customer support priority is to provide you with immediate access to real people who can assist with your needs.
  • If you’re ever asked to provide your Social Security number, RUN quick. This one’s obvious, but not uncommon. Why would they need your SSN for you to buy a product? It speaks for itself.
  • Don’t buy a product that’s based off numbers that can’t be backed up. All our products have historical evidence that we can provide you with. If we say that a product made “$65,000 in a month,” then we can prove that that’s exactly what it did.
  • Make sure the source is credible. I’ve shown you repeatedly the type of lifestyle I live. Whether it was through pictures or a personal meeting, you’ve seen the life I lead. If the person selling the product isn’t wealthy, how could they educate you on wealth?
  • If you’re being urged to buy something without sufficient information, don’t take the risk. You absolutely must find out what the product’s worth, how it works, and why you’re being offered the deal. Our invitations are exclusive to those who we feel are eligible and appropriate for the product. That’s why we never shove our whole line of products in your face.

If you follow this scam alert checklist for every offer you receive, and every product you’re interested in, you’ll avoid the nasty scams with no problem, while keeping your money safe.

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