By googling a company and reading the good and the bad comments on it .Even some companies with a good grade you are going to have somebody that didn't have a good experience with the company.So it's up to you to read in to what that person(s) is saying and you go from there. It's gonna be somebody comment that you'll be able to relate to that is gonna persuade you one way or the other to go for it or not. The BBB also for the fact is that some company they don't even have an address for if any info at all so just really search search search and you shall find.Hope this was of some help.
A really legit operation would not CHARGE you to join and would pay you in money, not points. A legit operation would sign you on, train you and then collect their payment from your profits. If they don't want to do that, they are not expecting you to make any money and want to make there money from you signing up. (or they are sending you to a click through portal where they get paid for the number of people who click a link at their site)
Research man....Research and ask questions everywhere.
Google the company name and or it's founders. Call your local Better business bureau.
Do not rely on "Scam Websites" as they sometimes are scams themselves.
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