Rich At Last?
May 14th, 2013
This promise and other claims made by Richatlast.com were questioned by the Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program, which is an arm of the Council of Better Business Bureaus. When the company didn’t respond to ERSP’s inquiries to provide proof it can back up the claims, ERSP referred the company to the FTC.
The website promises that consumers will instantly start earning $1,497 per day through an Internet-based business. Consumers, they promise, will not have to “work hard” or sell a product. The website vaguely says the business is centered on postcards. The site also promises that consumers will receive a free book worth $97 that will tell them how to make five figures per month through a “cheap postcard campaign” and it pressures consumers to act quickly or the offer will close. All consumers have to do to get started with this home-based business is to submit a form with their name and phone number.
The ERSP said letters to the company requesting back up for the claims went unanswered and the company’s phone number was out of service.
Remember, if something seems too good to be true, such as earning thousands of dollars a day without “working hard” or selling a “product,” it probably is. For more information on Internet business schemes, click here.