Webinar Registration Scam: How It Works
(with video below) You have your own business and you are trying as hard as you can to find new ways to bring customers to your website. Then, one day, you come across a webinar that promises to send you free 100,000 visitors, plus a list with 5,000 leads for your business, if you listen to their next show for at least 15 minutes. How does the scam work?
Watch the video below to see the Webinar Registration scam exposed:Webinar Registration Scam Video
You are interested since the webinar is about business, and decide to listen to it. Then, in those 15 minutes, they mention that all those interested in their offer also have to participate live in the webcast at some point. Sure again, you say, and look for a link for participation.
The problem is, in order to get the link to participate, you will be asked to become a member of the webinar. Finally, you'll find out that – to become a member – there is a fee of $100 a month.
Webinar Registration Scam: How To Avoid
Getting 100,000 visitors to your website can come in two ways. A) Hard work in promoting your page over several weeks or months. B) Pay for it. If you are not doing the first, don't be surprised if you are hit with the second…
Webinar Registration Scam: How To Report
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