The Pitfalls of Being a JNS Global Member—It’s a Scam for One Thing!
By Ely Brass, Guest Blogger
What’s Happening in the World Today?
There’s a lot happening in the world today that pertains to you. The world has an increasingly aging baby boomer population, resulting in many chronic diseases, which require more medical services. There has also been a shift to internet technology. eCommerce is a growing commodity, with many opportunities for the prescient business person. But when searching for the best opportunities, it's important for the savvy business person to be aware of scams.
JNS Global is the Worst Scam
Unfortunately, when you’re new to internet marketing and blogging, you can be the victim of online scams. These companies masquerade their fabulous “income opportunities” through selling products… oh, and you have to sign up your friends to make any real money.
Why would the business person choose JNS Global? Because they’re desperate. Don’t make this mistake.
JNS Global was founded by anonymous people. I guess that’s so the police can’t go after them.
It starts out sounding good. Apparently JNS Global has a line of anti-aging products that start from the beginning to encourage good health ahead. With the right care, chronic diseases can be decreased. Their products have been created by fake doctors, with fake degrees in bio-science technology, and have spent little time in studying how advance stem cells and anti-aging bioscience technology can help to create the best products for anti-aging.
Who is JNS Global Scamming Now?
According to their site, they are present in 123 countries, with a vast network of logistic support. That’s a lot of sheep. Baaaaa…..
JNS Global Will Destroy You
Signing up for this program will take thousands of dollars out of your bank account. Do not do it!
But I Want to Sell Anti-Aging Products?
Then sign up for Watkins, Mary Kay, or Avon, who are legitimate companies with decent products.
How Can I Make a Difference in the World?
You can always volunteer for a children’s hospital, or the SPCA.
The Caveats of JNS Global
Are you concerned that this is a get rich quick scheme? It’s is. And you’ll lose money doing it. It’s also a pyramid scheme, which is illegal in most parts of the world. You don’t want to end up in jail.
If you see an offer online, or from one of those mall booths that sell lotions and skin creams with Resveratrol, made in China, and sourced from JNS Global, run away fast. And by no means ever give them your name, phone number, email address, full address, bank account, or credit card information!