To Dismiss Or Not To Dismiss, But At Least Do It Fairly

To Dismiss Or Not To Dismiss, But At Least Do It Fairly

Almost every employer has been tempted to use the Trump statement “You’re Fired”, but in Australia it’s not that easy. If you’re thinking of sacking an employee, there are several points to keep in mind before heading down that road. More »

Counterfeit Mobile Accessories Increasing in Number

Counterfeit Mobile Accessories Increasing in Number

Jakarta, Indonesia – The government of Indonesia has admitted to have loopholes in its security. The demographic location of the country makes it hard for the authority to seal and guard more than 17,000 islands from fraudsters who are illegally transporting fake products in and out of the country. Counterfeit medicines, illegal drugs and gadgets have the highest number of fakes More »

PROMIS@Service Sarl / Balimo Investments – Fraud

PROMIS@Service Sarl / Balimo Investments – Fraud

Our company was originally induced to provide a $250,000 escrow deposit to Swiss company, PROMIS@Service Sarl ( On 7/3/2015 our company, RSA Funding, LLC (Delaware) executed a tri-party escrow agreement between RSA Funding, LLC (Delaware), Balimo Investments AG Switzerland (Lender) and PROMIS@Service Sarl (Stated Escrow Agent). The agreement said at no time until our transaction was funded would the “escrow deposit” be released. More »

Fraud By Wire – Caterina Berbenni-Rehm / PROMIS@Service Sarl

Fraud By Wire – Caterina Berbenni-Rehm / PROMIS@Service Sarl

our company wired to the escrow of PROMIS@Service Sarl $250,000 for her dutiful obligation as “escrow agent”. In conjunction with the receipt of escrow, RSA Funding, LLC was to receive a loan from the Balimo Investments AG group out of Zurich, Switzerland. On this same day, our company entered into a tri-party “Escrow Agreement” between PROMIS@Service Sarl (Escrow Agent), More »

How Many Times Have You Been Scammed in Network Marketing? (Page 1 of 3)

How Many Times Have You Been Scammed in Network Marketing? (Page 1 of 3)

I want to start this review by asking you a real valid question. How many times have you been scammed online? Is it once, twice, or perhaps just too many times you can’t even remember. How many business opportunities have you joined that simply didn’t work? Probably too many. I can only guess, that’s the reason why you landed on this 4 Corners Alliance Group review article. More »


Data Entry From Home Scams That Are Not What They Claim To Be

Most data entry from home jobs are nothing but a scam. They promise you easy money, but they don’t deliver what they promise.

As more and more people are looking for additional sources of income online, more opportunity is created for fraudsters to scam unsuspecting victims. One of the scams that have pervaded the internet involves data entry from home work opportunities. While not all ‘data entry from home’ opportunity are scams, they do provide a very easy to fraudsters to scam vulnerable people.

Data Entry From Home Job Offers

A data entry from home opportunity typically involves writing online ads for platforms like Google Adwords. They claim that thousands of companies worldwide are looking for people to write ads so that they can start advertising online. Since these companies are large multinationals, they are willing to pay top dollar to people who can write these ads for them. Moreover, you do not need to have any special skills to do this job, just an Internet connection. These jobs are sometimes also referred to as form-filling jobs, since the four lines ad format can be easily made to look like a form.

What They Promise

These data entry from home jobs literally promise you the skies. They claim that you will be able to earn thousands of dollars in no time. They claim that all you have to do is do some simple data entry from home in your spare time and the money will start flowing into your bank account. All you have to do is sign up with the website at a nominal cost and you could start earning money in minutes. If you take the opportunity, you are assured that you will never again have to take up a job, you will be able to spend quality time with your family, you will be able to travel the world with the time and money you have, etc.

What They Really Are

These data entry from home opportunities are more than just a scam to get your initial registration fee. They are nothing but a ruse to get you entangled with affiliate marketing. The companies they refer to as wanting expert ad writers are nothing but pyramid scheme MLMs. What they expect you to do is sign up with these companies, write your own ads and pay for your own ads. These ads are similar to the ones you fell for. If and when someone signs up through your ads, you get paid for it. So essentially, you are expected to put in your own time, effort and money in advertising this scam and you only get paid if you succeed in scamming someone else.

How To Avoid Them

There are two simple ways of identifying a scam. One is that it is simply too good to be true. Any opportunity that promises to make you pots of money for almost no effort on your part is likely to be a scam. The second giveaway is their demand for your money. Ask yourself, ‘would I have to pay money to do this work if it were offline?’ If the answer is no, there is no reason for you to pay money for the job which is online.

Dropshippers Review—Great Information Source For New Online Retailers

You can follow dropshipper reviews posted on reputable and established trade forums and directory portals. Such sites invite opinions and feedback from genuine users of services to keep the trading community, especially first-time retailers, informed about the competency of the wholesalers and dropshippers listed on their sites.

The online reselling business has shown tremendous growth over the past few years with more and more entrepreneurs using the online route to set up shop. When combined with the dropship way of reaching products to their online customers, this business helps them earn steady incomes without breaking into a sweat. However, not all is hunky dory if dropshipper reviews are to be believed.

One of the biggest problems faced by these entrepreneurs is sourcing the right type of dropshippers. Most of them just take the plunge without bothering to research their supply sources. Unfortunately, even after reliable ways of choosing genuine suppliers have been established, new retailers continue to make the same mistakes, reducing the workload of scammers who just have to wait for the next victim to slip up and fall into their nets.

Smart retailers use a reputable trade forum to find out more about the dropshippers they have short-listed after finding them from various sources. Forums have review pages where real users of dropship services post information about their experiences both good and bad. If you are a retailer looking to set up your e-commerce site and on the lookout for genuine dropshippers, then dropshippers reviews are just what the doctor ordered.

According to these reviews, there are a few important points to consider when choosing your dropshipper or wholesale distributors. This includes checking on contact details, the number of years they have been in the wholesale supplies business, and whether they have a proper tracking and processing systems, which will ensure that your orders get shipped out as fast as possible.

Genuine dropshippers have secure delivery systems and will process and ship out your products as soon as they receive them. They will also keep you updated on the process so that you will know exactly when the delivery of goods happens. Choosing dropshippers using a reputable trade directory will give you access to reliable and professional dropship companies that are committed to superior services.

It is clear from dropshipper reviews that dropshipping is the preferred way of new retailers looking to set up their online selling businesses. By exercising the necessary caution and following the recommendations of experienced traders, they can have fruitful experiences in their online selling ventures.