Common internet scams are designed to take your money. The easiest way for scammers to do this is by offering you something that is usually too good to be true. The worst internet scams are the ones that we should have been smarter about but were not.
There are millions of people who have paid for information that is readily available on the internet for free, or paid for services that were not necessary.
Internet scams are everywhere, on the internet, on your favorite website, as well as in your inbox. The majority will be flashy and very eye catching and some so annoying they are almost impossible to avoid looking at.
You will be smart to stay away from any ad that is claiming to make you rich. The desire to own your own business, or sleep all day while the internet makes you money is strong in some people that is why internet scams are so successful.
If you pay $49 to a site that claims they will make you rich, you most likely will be paying for information that tells you nothing. You may be given links to public auctions or even private auctions that will have items being sold dirt cheap, but that information is already available to you if you know where to look.
The only ones that are getting rich are the ones who are offering the internet scams to you. They scoop up the money and send you a link or useless information that they got off the internet (imagine that) and they think of more ways to get your money.
To best deal with internet scams you have to use your common sense. There is no way to avoid running across them but you can avoid letting them get your hard earned cash. Just remember when you read the words "Make $1000 A Day" that this is only possible if ten people pay $100 to the one who is offering the scam each day.