Information on scams and spam. . . Why?
November 2008 was the first time in history that the sales of
information products overtook the revenue of gambling on the
By February 2010, the sale of information on the internet
overtook the sales of gambling and the ‘adult’ industry combined.
So why does information sell so well on the internet?
– it is instantly accessible/downloadable to the purchaser
– it can be easily updated
– it can be sold relatively inexpensively as it is easy to distribute
– people are desperate to find a solutions for their problems or to
learn better ways to live their lives
The best information products to sell are those which:
– will solve a problem and/or educate someone about an immediate need.
– will solve a future problem — for instance, how to secure your home,
live healthily etc.
The former sells far better than the latter because when someone has
an immediate need, it is more likely that the information you provide
to fill that need will sell immediately. However, both types of
information answer the more basic question, “How Can I . . .?”
The purchase of information about a future need will often follow when
the need becomes more immediate. To secure information product customers
in this group, a good system of follow-up must be in place. So when they
are ready to buy, you will be ready to fill their needs.
So many scams are out there taking money from people that just want to earn enough to survive, they are being taught to spam other people for a few sents so that their upline can make money and become rich, have more than one house and car.
No one does anything outright to stop it. For three years I have tried many of those scams and I’m not rich…yet! Still trying…..if you were scammed you can post on my site, just make sure you have evidance to back up your story please. And please dont spam this page with awfull language or swearing and hate against others, just tell your story and give the evidence straight out. Let people know who, where and what. Help to stop spamming and scamming!!!
- Information on scams and spam. . . Why? (wwwbusinessonline.wordpress.com)
- 1/3 Two Ticket Scam Awareness (blogsouthwest.com)
- The Economics of Advance Fee Fraud (“Nigerian Scams”) (anadder.com)
- Scamwatch (wwwbusinessonline.wordpress.com)
- Straight from the FTC: Spotting a credit repair scam (bestcreditrepaircompanys.com)
- The Nigerian Prince in your inbox has been around for over 500 years (digitaltrends.com)
- Scam and Identity Theft Protection Advisory for 2013 – Video (news.softpedia.com)
- Watch for text message gift card scam at holidays, Better Business Bureau warns (mlive.com)