Learn how to avoid business coaching scams that target your small business. Many work-at-home opportunities are promoted by scammers and will cost you more than you’ll earn. They try to sell things like the secret to making money at home with your internet business, but they keep your money and you don’t make any. Knowing how business coaching scams work will help you protect your business. Learn more at https://www.ftc.gov/smallbusiness.
You want to succeed in business, right? Scammers know that. And they’ll try to sell you the secret to making money at home with your internet business. Then for just a little more money, they’ll offer coaching that’s guaranteed to get you the big bucks, all for an upfront fee. But many work at home opportunities are promoted by scammers and will cost you more than you’ll earn. Learn how to spot scams against your small business and talk to your colleagues about it too. Learn more at ftc.gov/smallbusiness.
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