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If a thing sounds too good to be true, then chances are good that it is. But who isn't sometimes tempted by the promise of an easy win or a quick buck? Who wouldn't love to know the secret to luck?
There are plenty of people trying to make fast money off you with scams that purport to deliver the impossible and give you the secret scoop. Do not fall prey to con artists. Get wise to the wise guys online and learn to spot a scam using these tips from US News and World Report.
There are some sure signs that you're dealing with a wise guy. Here are some things to keep your eye on when you are online.
The wisest among us know that these things -- easy wins, quick bucks, even luck -- are illusions. Sometimes when you work very hard at a thing and try a lot of angles, you succeed. Usually, it involves grief. But if you're careful to avoid wise guys and stay focused on your goals, you may eventually know the secret to success yourself.
If you suspect you've been scammed by a con artist, report this to a consumer protection authority and speak to a lawyer. Tell them what happened and learn more about a possible claim. Many attorneys consult for free or a minimal fee and will be happy to assess your case.
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