It has been awhile since I’ve done one of these articles, but I thought it would be a good time to get back into the “How to sell” series. This time I’m going to be taking a look at how to sell video game consoles online. Some might be thinking that it would be a very hard endeavor especially if you’re thinking of it in the traditional sense as in a brick and mortar business like Gamestop’s physical stores.
The good news is, you won’t have to have a physical store if you want to have a thriving online business that centers around video game consoles as well as the games for them. Believe it or not there are a lot of people who are having success in this particular niche and I will be taking a look at how you can reach success in it too. We’ll be looking at what it takes to start an online business in the video game console business, what you should be researching online, how easy it is to create a website, and how anyone can get started today. Well let’s get right to it.
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What is GetResponse? If you’re wanting to create an online business that can one day replace a day job that you may have, there are certain things and tools that you’ll want to invest in that will help you with that endeavor. The good news is that there are a lot of online tools that are very helpful and much cheaper to use when compared to a brick and mortar business, which is to say, a traditional store where you’re in a building.
I got an interesting email the other day that says the New York State Supreme Court discovered a transaction that happened between myself and the United Bank of Africa Benin Republic Cotonou Unit and upon investigation, the court has decided that I’m the real beneficiary. $4.5 million was forwarded to the NY Supreme Court after an investigation by the FBI as well as Homeland Securities, and DC Police and they have all mandated that the court will pay me the funds and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will be responsible for the transfer of funds from bank to bank. Wow, how exciting is this?! This must be legitimate right?!
There are no shortage of scams these days and my spam box is filling up with them, but thankfully most of these scams are ending up there rather than in my main email inbox. One thing I’ve noticed recently is I received emails talking about an ATM Mastercard.
I of course became very curious about them and decided to give them all a read. Needless to say they were pretty easy to tell that they were scams, at least to me. I do know what signs and red flags to look for, but more importantly, I don’t let my emotions get the best of me in these cases because if I didn’t do that, I could easily fall for these scams thinking I would be getting easy money which is simply not the case.
As you all know, I’ve talked a lot about scams and the many kinds of phishing scams that into my email’s inbox. I’ve talked about what to look for, what not to do in these scams, and how to not let your emotions get the best of you. Even when going through all of these things, there are still some scams that I come across that still can cause me to panic and in this case, it is a Coinbase scam. The previous phishing scam I received didn’t cause a lot of worry for me and you can read about that by clickinghere.
I will go over why this particular scam caused me to panic and how I eventually calmed myself down and allowed me to look over everything very thoroughly and realize that it was ultimately a scam. I understand that there are things that should be common sense, but let’s just say that I’ve had a security issue with my account with the real Coinbase company last year and receiving an email like this just adds to the difficulties that still continue to this day, hence why this scam nearly got me. I’ll also talk about the one red flag that ALWAYS lets me know that an email is a scam.