The Reason Why We Often Get Scammed

Like most adults, I only tend to try something new if the chances of success are over 98%. the urge to mitigate risk is high on my list of priorities. Why? Because the risk of failure is so high - family to feed, bills to pay, etc.  And therein lies the problem. It is the reason why we get scammed often, because as long as someone figures out how to convince us that something is DEFINITELY going to work, we get hooked. And when it doesn't work, we become bitter.   This experience, when repeated often, is the number one cause of adult scepticism. It is one of the reasons why we get suspicious of everything. It is also why we quit when something seems too much of a hassle.

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