Beware of free lunch offers
The saying "there is no free lunch" could be wrong. An American stores online builder company has been successful in giving free lunch to entice people to attend their seminar in the US. Now this company is offering "free lunch" seminars in Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. But is it really free or is there a trap?
There is nothing improper in enticing people to come with free seminars or even free lunch or other freebies and then trying to sell the company's products or services. But to avoid being ripped off, you should consider the following before making a decision:
"Google" the company - Check the background of the company using search engines like Google. If you search for "storesonline" in Google, you will find out the background of this company and some of the complaints made.
Check whether the pricing offered is reasonable, compared to what is being offered in the market. You can get an online store from Yahoo or even eOneNet.com for a few hundred dollars instead of paying $2,000 to $3,000 USD.
What support can the company offer, and any fees to be charged? This is especially important for Internet newbies.
So buyers beware.
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