Avoid Scams and Honey Traps
The Busy Bee

Welcome to my MyBuzz.com

 


        Get The Buzz has been created as an information and review website. My aim is to help you to sort the Honey from the Tar, so you don’t get stung. (Yeah, I know, corny puns – but it was just too hard to resist.)

         If you are thinking of starting an online business, or just want to earn a little “pin money”, and need some advice, you’re in the right place.

        If you’re looking for an unbiased product review, you’ll find those here too.

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       At the top of this page you’ll see links to some reviews on good and not-so-good schemes and products. In future, however, I’ll be providing reviews mostly as blog posts. You can visit my blog page here.

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Online Scams are Everywhere
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       I’ve spend a good amount of time searching for a way to earn money online, to supplement my retirement income. I’ve been tricked, swindled, lied to and generally scammed and spammed by experts, and decided to pass my experience along to help others.

       From time to time I’ll be attempting to sort the sheep from the goats, so to speak, and presenting unbiased opinions on various schemes, deals, and offers available on the ‘net. Product reviews featured here are based on my personal opinions gleaned from either extensive research or personal experience. I’m not infallible though, so please don’t hold me accountable if you disagree with my findings.

       One thing is for certain. The online world is full of scammers and confidence tricksters – unscrupulous marketers who are only interested in one thing – separating you from your hard-earned money in any way they can.Searching for scams and Legit Schemes

       You’ll see a link at the top of this page which will direct you to some of the pitfalls you may need to watch out for. Or you can click this direct link. Of course, the list here is by no means exhaustive, but should give you an indication of the types of scams there are out there. One important thing to keep in mind, is that no-one is too smart to fall for a scam. In fact, the smarter you are, the more confident you will be in your own judgement and a clever scammer will often manipulate this self-confidence and draw you into their web. Let’s face it, they’ve probably had lots of experience.

       At present, (December 2016) you’ll notice an absence of advertising or promotional links. This may change in the future, but for now, enjoy it while you can.

       My Buzz is a relatively new website, so please bear with me whilst I populate a few pages. I’ll be providing links to specific posts as they are added.

       If you have a particular offer you feel I should be looking into, please email me details at busybee@my-buzz.com

Comments? Questions? Please don’t hesitate to drop me a line at busybee@my-buzz.com

or leave a comment below.

Wishing you success with your online journey.

Thomas, AKA BusyBee.

8 comments

  1. Simon says:

    I nearly fell into a honey trap with a company called Digital Altitude.
    I thought I was on the verge of making a substantial living until I joined up on their £1 starter fee and discovered what was involved.
    Upsell after upsell running into thousands of dollars to enable climbing the mountain. Before you can receive commissions from your downline you have to purchase each expensive stage. Failing to do this, your commissions go to your upline.
    He is one of the most famous guys is downline building but I managed to get out and ran for the hills.
    Check Digital Altitude out and see what you think.
    Love the website,
    Simon.

  2. Karin says:

    I came across this site called Energency commissions hosted by Desmond Ong. He says he went for a swim in his pool and 17 minutes later, he finds a $200 commission waiting when he logged in his account. I laughed. That sounded too good to be true. The starting price was just $10 but still I wasn’t going to fall for it.

      • admin says:

        Seems Emergency Commissions isn’t a scam per se, but what he fails to mention is that he has an ENORMOUS mailing list to send out new offers to. The so-called new business he made that $200 from was just a new affiliate website targeting his established audience. No way a newbie could replicate that!
        There are much better organisations out there to help kick-start a new affiliate marketer.
        Thomas.

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