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The Lure Of The Get-Rich-Quick Scheme

Nov 8, 2007
Who does wish they could find a way to get rich quick with little to no investment risk? If you were to stand before a roomful of people and ask them this question, and then ask them to answer by raising their hands, would it surprise you to see the majority with hands held high? No, of course not. You would probably raise your hand too. There is a certain attraction or lure to the easier path, regardless of what you may subject you may be considering. Nowhere is this statement truer than when a get-rich-quick scheme is the topic.

Everyone, at one time or another has searched for a shortcut to the slow progress of working a regular job and receiving a weekly or bi-weekly paycheck. Even if they have a mind for saving money, they will not hesitate to test a new program they heard about on television, the radio, or read about on the internet that makes lucrative claims of massive financial returns for those who put it into immediate practice. Usually these programs or other products like books or CDs are sold at a significant price, which the creators of the get-rich-quick scheme promise will be made back with interest and more!

But, do these programs yield legitimate results? Unfortunately, all too often, the answer is no. Many of these get-rich-quick schemes prove to nothing but elaborate scams. Hundreds of people fall victim to the shrewd but unscrupulous talents of the marketers and online gurus who are behind these wealth generation programs. They lure the unsuspecting and the gullible by subtle manipulation and smooth words. The same words used by legal marketing campaigns to create attractive ad copy to draw new customers are used by these con artists for one very simple purpose: to remove you from you money, no more and no less.

Those get-rich-quick schemes that are considered technically legal usually involved some sort of educational or training materials for learning a niche market like real estate, auctioning, antiquing, etc. Here a person's money is invested in the course materials. There are usually guarantees of immediately results or the ability to implement the lessons learned in practical and lucrative ways.

There is a definite risk involved with applying to these types of schemes. You could end up completely losing the time and funds you invested for the dream of quick money. Getting rich quick is often just a pipedream that should be ignored in favor of more secure strategies for obtain the financial security you desire.
About the Author
Sean Rasmussen is known as the Connoisseur of Success. He is a wealth creator, stock market investor, internet marketer, property collector and a success communicator. He enjoys helping other people the ways to financial wealth and makes many of these resources readily available on his many websites.
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