Ever notice that when you happen upon a scammy presell page, there is always a nice little collection of logo and badges certifying that the website you’re on is absolutely, entirely not a scam? I have recently and it is stupid sales gimmicks like these that sucker people into throwing away money.

Scam-X can kiss my ass.

Scam-X boasts that any website displaying the ‘Scam-x seal of approval’ is certifiably not a scam. Yet, the seal is found on known-scam websites such as workathomeemailprocessors.com which makes claims that you can make thousands of dollars per day reading emails. A quick search for reviews yields plenty of user-generated reviews claiming of losing money to a sales-page that outright lied to them. How can this be? Did they not see the Scam-X seal of approval?

Marketing gimmicks like these are often created by the owners of illegitimate companies to hide the fact that their own website or product is a load of crap. It takes years and a lot of positive reviews to build a good reputation online. This amount of effort and work can’t be replaced by a simple button that could be made by anyone in about three minutes flat.

What about the Better Business Bureau?

Surely if a website has the BBB logo and a link back to the website, they are a legitimate worth-while online business, right?


The Better Business Bureau is actually a great way to determine whether or not a website is a scam. HOWEVER, a picture of the BBB logo appears on a website DOES NOT mean that particular website is endorsed by the BBB. Hell, anyone can put up a picture of the BBB logo and link to their website. If you come across a BBB logo and there is no link to the business’s profile, it is probably a scam.

Always, always, always do your research when it comes to online products and programs. Don’t trust simple buttons or logos.

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  • illicit Gains
    illicit Gains

    The BBB is a scam itself. Like most scams it started out legit, then became corrupt due to the fact that people are involved. $1000 will change an F rating to “A+ Accredited” in seconds.

  • MegaMike

    The BBB does not “endorse” any business. A business can be listed, and if they jump through a few more hoops, it can be accredited. If you look around their ‘help’ stuff, you’ll read where the BBB specifically states that they do not endorse any business.

  • Abi

    So how do you use BBB to judge if something’s for real?

    If Scam-X is used by fraudsters, why hasn’t it been shut down itself?

  • Mark Webb
    Mark Webb

    I hadn’t heard of scam-x.com before and immediately thought it was junk when you see all the Google ads for similar work at home services. Goog Post

  • ammar

    my email is abaxy@hotmail.com

  • ammar

    could you send me the names (or seals) of companies that i can trust

  • amykay

    Have you ever done any research into igomogul.com?

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