How To Make Sure That Your Home Based Business Opportunity Is Not A Scam

How To Make Sure That Your Home Based Business Opportunity Is Not A Scam
by James B. Byrd

The dream of owning your own home based business has been beacon of hope for millions of people for various reasons. It can be the resolution to those looking for additional income, retirees, mothers of young children, or the individual who is simply sick and tired of their current job and are looking to “fire their boss”. As more and more people investigate home business opportunities there are just as many scam artists and con men looking into ways to take advantage of people. So how do you know if a home based business is a scam or the real deal? You can search through sites such as the BBB or Better Business Bureau or become a detective to track down proof of legitimacy or you can save yourself some time and effort by justifying the hype,investigating your obligation and verifying the bottom line.

1. Justify The Hype

Hype is defined as being so extarodinary that it defies logical reasoning such that the promises are imposible to believe and improbable to concieve. It really is a “fairy tale” told so convincingly that it sedeuces those who dream of using home based business opportunity as a means to realize a better future. The income claims must be justified by sound logic and examination, How many of the millionaires started from scratch and started without a list? Is a statement of the income claims avaialable? Is the income claim posted on the website? Is there any tangible evidence that justify the hype? If you can’t justify the “hype”,and it’s too good to be true, then it’s just hype.

2. Investigate your obligation

You must investigate how much money, time, and resources this home business opportunity is going to cost. How much money will it cost to start-up your home business? Nothing from nothing is still nothing. Not only will you have start-up costs, but how much money will you need to sustain your home based business till it comes into profit? Did the “hype” ever really explained that to you?

Then there is the time element. How much time will you devote to your business on a daily basis? How much time do you expect put in to your home business opportunity over the long haul? Did you believe the hype “just 10 hours a week and you’ll be a millionaire in 6 months? If a home based business is “so easy”, wouldn’t everybody be doing it? If the time obligation fails to match the income, look at it as a “red flag” and run.

What resources do you need to get your work from home business into profit? What do you lack in maketing or sales resources? You will have to use other resources for those skills that you lack. Sometimes, there these costs are overlooked. I know one opportunity where it was “free to join”, but you had to shell out $1500 to learn “how to make money” as an affiliate using their products.

3.Verify The Bottom Line

This a reality check. Will this home based business enable you to earn or fund your dreams. Do you want to realize your dream doing your life time or will it be relieze after you’re gone? The point is this: if you make 4$ for every widget you sale, then to become a millionaire, you must sale 250,000 of them. Now, I know there is a lot of talk about “leverage”(others on your team) to make your work easier. Well, the problem with that idea is that it is estimated that the average person in the network marketing industry only has 2.1 active members in their mlm downline.Make sure that your home based business opportunity can generate the cash flow that you need.

If you have justified the “hype, investigated your obligation and verified the bottom line of your home business opportunity,then you are ready to begin your own journey to realizing your dream rather then expericing the never ending nightmare of a home business scam.

How To Make Sure That Your Home Based Business Opportunity Is Not A Scam
by James B. Byrd


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