The Cash Gifting Scam

Learn about the real scams in cash gifting...
Aug. 13, 2009 - PRLog -- Now, here is the major question.  Is cash gifting a scam? For the most part, is there a thing such as the “cash gifting scam?”  Technically, no, there really is no such thing as the “cash gifting scam.”  For that is not the right question.  The right question is whether or not the people whom you will be working with are scam artists or not.  Like I said before, cash gifting is not a scam, but some of the people in it are.  So you can find many legitimate cash gifting programs, but there is no guarantee that the person you join will be legitimate.  This is why research is important, and this is why it is important to talk with the person you are joining under, but even then you have to be careful. If you feel that person you are joining is not sincere, or if you feel a bad vibe, don’t go with them.  However, I am sorry to say that there are few ways to tell if someone is a scam.  The only true way to tell is to join them, and by then it would be too late.  This is why it is very important to be careful with the person you choose to be your sponsor.  With that said, I can recommend a program where there are some honest people.  This program is called Nice People Give.

With in this newly launched program, “Nice People Give,” when you join, you receive eBooks with resell rights as well as perpetual cash leveraging when people join under you, which is great because this perpetual cash leveraging goes two generations deep.  What this means is this, when you bring in Paul at the $3,500, you receive $2,500, and $500 goes to your sponsor.  Now let’s say that Paul brings in Jack at the $3,500.  Now Jack receives $2,500, Paul receives $500, and now you too, receive $500.  Now how great is that, and did I mention that you can have your new home based business automated, too?  To join or to find out more information, go to now!!!

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Source:Brother John Hostick
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