Legal Help on SEO Scams Warren MI

Being scammed is the worst. Any scam is bad but the ultimate is one that you personally invest yourself into in good faith. In the world of online business that usually means some kind of SEO or Internet marketing. This article will help you avoid scams and even get your hard earned money back.

Mary K. Deon
(313) 259-7926
6501 E 11 Mile Rd Ms 307
Warren, MI
Specialties
Litigation, Commercial, Discrimination
State Licensing
Michigan

James P. Conrad
28225 MOUND RD
WARREN, MI
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Litigation
Education
Wayne State University,University of Detroit
State Licensing
Michigan

Martin J. Smith
24405 GRATIOT AVE
EASTPOINTE, MI
Specialties
Litigation
State Licensing
Michigan

Steven Charles Landstrom
(313) 245-8300
20008 KELLY RD STE 4
HARPER WOODS, MI
Specialties
Workers Compensation, Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, Litigation, Medical Malpractice
Education
Thomas M. Cooley Law School,University of Detroit Mercy
State Licensing
Michigan

Steven Charles Landstrom
(313) 245-8300
20008 KELLY RD STE 4
HARPER WOODS, MI
Specialties
Workers Compensation, Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, Litigation, Medical Malpractice
Education
Thomas M. Cooley Law School
University of Detroit Mercy
State Licensing
Michigan

Edward M. Nahhat
29199 RYAN RD
WARREN, MI
Specialties
Litigation, General Practice, Commercial, Real Estate, Estate Planning
Education
Wayne State University Law School,Wayne State University
State Licensing
Michigan

Kevin M. Smith
24405 GRATIOT AVE
EASTPOINTE, MI
Specialties
Litigation
State Licensing
Michigan

Kathleen S. Schultz
24405 GRATIOT AVE
EASTPOINTE, MI
Specialties
Litigation
State Licensing
Michigan

Paul Zalewski
(586) 285-1700
32059 Utica Road
Fraser, MI
Specialties
Civil Litigation
Education
Law School : Wayne State University


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Paul J. Zalewski
(586) 285-1700
32059 UTICA RD
FRASER, MI
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Lawsuits & Disputes, Speeding Ticket, Corporate, Business
Education
Wayne State University Law School
State Licensing
Michigan

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Legal Help on SEO Scams

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How to Avoid SEO Scams

Author: Scott Jason

Feeling like you have been scammed is the worst. I hate it. And believe me, it has happened more than once in my life. But the ultimate low is when you believed in the scam to the point that you invested yourself wholeheartedly. As if losing the money were not enough, you lost precious time into the bargain. Of course, in the world of online business that usually means some kind of SEO or Internet marketing situation.

SEO itself is not a scam I am happy to assure you. I have been an SEO consultant since 1999 and can readily testify to the possibilities of getting to the top of Google, Yahoo and MSN. There are a lot of very talented SEO professionals out there as well as plenty of Web business owners who have mastered the art. Unfortunately there are still more who must rely on others to optimize for them. Or worse, purchase expensive software and gimmicks to help them do it themselves and trust to the integrity of the developer.

While I believe that most people are honest I have to shake my head and wonder about some of the software and informational packets I see being sold. Some are worth every dime and more but there are a few that leave me wondering what the author or developer was thinking.

All that being said; here are three steps to avoid being scammed on SEO or Internet Marketing products and services.

Step One: Try not to purchase anything that guarantees top search engine placement. No person or product can do this except for the search engine itself. Just remember that if it seems to good to be true, it probably is.

Step Two: Return any SEO products you have recently purchased if they are not doing the job for you. Do not feel foolish for ordering it or bad for returning it. You trusted that the product would work as advertised. If it does not, return it. Unfortunately this is often easier said than done but if you purchased through a third party like ClickBank, it is easier than you think, but often hard to find a link for. Just go to http://www.clickbank.com/csinquiry.html and fill out the short return form. It takes less than two minutes and you are credited usually within one day. This is also where to go if you need tech support and are just not getting it anyplace else.

Step Three: Avoid working with SEO pros that guarantee top placement. As I said before, nobody can guarantee your placement. The best they can do is warrantee that you will obtain specific ranking or get a full or partial refund. But even then, be leery. Nobody is able to work for free and warranties such as these usually come at a high price.

Bonus Step: Avoid paying upfront if possible. It is not as crazy as it sounds. I recently found a consulting service that answers SEO and Internet Marketing questions over the phone for one dollar per minute. It is called SEO by the Minute http://www.SEObytheMinute.com .

I tried it out by calling their toll free number at 1 888 SEO WISE and was pleasantly surprised. I spent a total of seven minutes on the phone but only four were billed since the first three were before I asked my questions. I did not even need a credit card. I received an invoice from PayPal after the call was complete so I could choose my own method of secure payment. Nice touch!

Companies always claim there is no risk to your money due to their refund policies. But experience teaches us that once they have our money, getting it back can be an uphill battle. It is refreshing to find a company that actually trusts you to pay after they have delivered the goods.

Once more, be on the lookout for companies that are willing to work with you in good faith. It may take a while to find but it is well worth it.

About the Author:

Scott Jason has written three SEO books and has been an SEO professional since 1999. He can always be reached through his SEO copywriting Web site http://www.bestseocopywriting.com.

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