How To Avoid Pyramid Schemes
Too Good To Be True
If it’s too good to be true then it isn’t. Trust your gut on this one. If at first, you feel there is something fishy about an offer then most likely it is what you suspect. A scam period.
You Are Not Special
Scammers have this way of making you feel like you are special. Out of everyone in the world you are that one person who won a million dollars out of the blue. You are that one person who should know there is a secret cryptocurrency that is coming out etcetera. And by tapping into our ego and desire to be special they are able to manipulate our decisions and thus we end up being scammed. It is important for us to always know that we are not special and this brings us back to the first point. If it is too good to be true then it definitely isn’t.
No Product Sold
If you see a program that makes you earn a profit somehow with no real product being sold it should be a big red flag for you. Stay away from such programs at all costs. Try by all means to avoid such things. This is the biggest red flag that a program is a pyramid scheme. If a program focuses more on referrals than any real product then you should be as careful as you can be. There are no shortcuts to making any success in anything.