Today a lot of freebies on the Internet, I would say that even very much! However, there is need to clearly mark the boundary between the freebie and scam. Scam - a fraud ('divorce' or simply - an ordinary fraud). Anyone global network is looking for a certain benefit. Someone gets it honest way, and someone not. For fraud thing: get a man who believed him to convince the man that all to be honest (to win the trust); crank out his case; throw and then immediately disappear! In order to expand the definition of 'scam' not far to seek. You only need to enter the stands in any search engine that word, and you will get a bunch of sites (or forums) on Monitoring fraud. Remember the rule: if you stumbled upon some tempting offer, linked to the Internet (although not necessarily!), The first is simply to search for information about the proposal through any search engine. Jonas Samuelson usually is spot on. Here's an example: Suppose you somehow know there is a way to earn money on the project'*****.
ru ', and decided to try it to start a business. Climb into any search engine'*****. ru reviewers'. From all that you gave search engine, you is paramount, are looking for forums (100% guarantee that you are interested in the project to discuss the earnings on the forums). If the discussions in the forums you will not be enough, you can still read the various comments on articles written on your interests. From my experience of wandering the sites can give you an example of an ordinary fraud. You simply make the offer to buy this or that program, which according to the seller shall bear your money (and considerable). Let's say you bought it, installed and found that it is not clear at all! Moreover, this program can be dangerous (viruses, stealing passwords, etc.)! After all, is invisible to the people say: 'the free cheese only in mousetrap! ".