Is it just me or are the number of Nigerian scam emails on the rise?  It seems that over the past month or so the number of these emails hitting my email box has increased drastically.

I even received a Chain Letter in through the postal mail yesterday.  Yes a chain letter.  Some of you remember the days when you would receive 15 – 20 recruiting postcards in the mail every week and a couple of chain letters as well.

Recruiting postcards were popular before the internet, and still work today.  We recommend that clients use recruiting postcards as part of their over all campaigns. If you do, here are a few people that definately need a legitimate opportunity.

I hate to see people get sucked into Chain letters and other scams. Chain letters are usually started by people whose mail business is to sell mailing list.  It give legitimate work at home opportunities a bad name, because most people really don't know the difference. If you have a standard opportunity postcard (and you should) drop one in the mail to the people above.

They don't need to waste their time with Chain Letter scams.

If you do not use a standard recruiting postcard as part of your lead generation process, the report below is worth reading.  It will give you insights and some of the ways we have been operating successful postcard mailing campaigns for over twenty years.



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