Cash Gifting is a fulfilling work at home activity. Give freely, market the opportunity of gifting to like-minded people, receive generously. Gifting is people helping people.
Some decide to take advantage of the benevolence of others due to cash gifting’s private nature. Ensure that you join a legitimate cash gifting club by keeping an eye out for these red flags.
Cash Gifting Red Flags
- The cash gifting club is MLM. Gifting is an activity, not a business. MLM is an illegal model for cash gifting clubs.
- The mentor has a 1-800 number. Gifting is a private activity. What person has a 1-800 exchange for their cell or private phone number?
- The club’s website is all style, no substance. Flashy advertising is fine, a running commercial short on facts isn’t. Beware hyped-up capture pages without content. This applies to any work at home opportunity.
- Observe the terminology used on the cash gifting club’s website. There should be no mention of selling or recruiting. Gifting is an invitation-only activity.
- Beware a pushy mentor. Coercion is strictly forbidden in cash gifting.
- If it’s a lone-wolf operation it’s not cash gifting. Cash gifting clubs are groups of like-minded people.
- Does the club provide gifting and non-solicitation forms? This paperwork needs to be in place with each gift to ensure the legitimacy of the offering.
- Does the mentor provide a real name? Some scammers use pseudonyms. Why are they hiding?
- Does the mentor provide personal information? Trust is the basis of cash gifting. This is true of all work at home opportunities. Look for a facebook profile, twitter account, or a personal blog. Research the mentor as much as the program. Ask at least 10 questions during a telephone interview. Get a feel for their intent.
- Can the cash gifting club mentor clearly explain the process of gifting? Can they describe which marketing methods have been successful for them? Gifting is sharing the gift of freedom and marketing the opportunity. Even if new to gifting it’s a simple concept to explain. If they can’t express themselves you may be dealing with a scammer.
Most cash gifting mentors are good people. They understand the premise of gifting. Give freely of your cash and knowledge, receive generously. It’s simply people helping people with the gift of cash, which is the gift of freedom. Conduct thorough due diligence to weed out the scammers from the givers.
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