DON’T GET SCAMMED! TWELVE CLASSIC CONS TO AVOID

TWELVE CLASSIC CONS TO AVOID. We’ve all made bad investments before. Something appears like a good idea, you’re so thrilled, and then, uh, it doesn’t workout. It’s quite common to feel pity when you’ve made a negative call. Shame is a powerful emotion. You don’t want to inform anyone.

You’re ashamed. Everything seems murky. You want people to know don’t. Which, my friends, is the reason why people thrive. You’ll think that con artists have to be smart and creative incredibly. In the films the con artist comes up with something so tricky that the entire audience is shocked at the twist in the end.

But the truth is actually quite mundane. Because victims often keep quite about what occurred to them, various kinds of disadvantages are repeated again and again. Two strangers let you know they have found a sizable amount of cash or other valuables. They may show you a bag full of cash even.

They let you know they will divide the good lot of money with you if everyone involved places up “good faith” money. Or sometimes your money is needed to pay some professional (like a lawyer) a fee to hold the money for weekly or two to ensure it is “clean” and no one can claim it.

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  • 1949 Half Dollar – Value $65+
  • 7 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina
  • 3 – Are you describing your product with the same words that your visitors use
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