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Why People May Call YourNetBiz A Scam

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

With the explosive popularity of online businesses due to the recent economic downturn, many have found and are researching this automated type of internet business, named YourNetBiz.

This company was officially launched to the public on April 2nd, 2008. Since they opened their doors there have been several alterations to this company, however; there are still many people that want to know what this business is all about and if this business is a scam or a real legitimate online opportunity.

Lets first understand what the definition of the word scam is. According to the Websters dictionary, the definition means: a fraudulent or deceptive act or operation.

If we apply this understanding to what YourNetBiz represents, then in no way could it be considered a scam. The problem lies with the way people are brought into the business.

People join through their sponsors aka associates. Since all sponsors are unique and independent, representations of YourNetBiz can be mis-communicated through unethical marketing tactics.

This is where as someone considering joining this business would need to closely examine their recruiting sponsor. As a precaution, YourNetBiz takes very seriously misrepresentation from their members and has instituted strict marketing guidelines for their members to follow.

Even with strict guidelines, its still impossible for them to know what each sponsor is promising their prospects that are looking into joining their business. When a violation is discovered, the management of YourNetBiz issues a warning and demands that it be stopped immediately or their account will be automatically shut down.

In conclusion, YourNetBiz offers their members a tremendous amount of real benefits and is a legitimate online business venture, however, before you sign up, you would be smart to examine and do your homework on the member that will be personally sponsoring you.

As with any new business, who you partner with can do far more for you than what you business you get involved with. People make the difference and companies or opportunities are just a vehicle for you success.

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