Many people jump at the opportunity to make money quick when it presents itself. But, have caution that these opportunities may actually turn out to be scams that take your money, rather than help you make it.
Drive for long enough in any good-sized city, and you're likely to see a car that's been wrapped in an advertisement. Unfortunately, scammers have started to catch on to the popularity of bogus work opportunities on car ads.
If someone you don’t know wants to pay you by check but wants you to wire some of the money back, beware! It’s a scam that could cost you thousands of dollars.
Whether you have a little money or a lot, you'd probably like to have more to "feather your nest." But your money could fly away if you get caught in an investment scam.
The pitch is that you will make money by paying to participate in the program and recruiting others to join. But if it's really a pyramid, you and your friends will lose money, not make it.
The ad says you can make lots of money working from the comfort of your home. But if this were true, wouldn't we all be working at home?