In a Dinner Party scam you are invited to a
private gathering, or party, by someone you know. At some point the party
turns from a casual gathering to one person speaking to the group about a way
that they can help others in the community and in the long run help themselves
too. They are then told about the "gifting program" in which will change
The people who decide to join the program must
pay a fee, but as they bring others into the program they will move up in the
pyramid, and once they reach the top it will be their turn to receive the large
"gifts" from the others in the group.
How to Protect Yourself
yourself these questions::
- Do I have to make an "investment" or give
money to get the right to recruit others into the program?
- When I recruit another person into the
program, will I receive what the law calls "consideration" as a result? That
usually means money.
- Will the people I recruit have to make an
"investment" or give money to get the right to recruit and receive
"consideration" for getting other people to join?
If the answers are "yes", steer clear of the
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