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Music Industry Scams Part 2: "Anti-Scam Toolkit"

· Musician,business

Music Industry scams are thrown at innocent musicians daily. It’s important you know what opportunities are real career builders and which ones are just plain scams—to separate you from what little money you have.

Mark and Ryan outline some major scams, and provide you with a toolbox to protect yourselves against these nasty excuses for human beings.

  1. People Need To Earn Your Trust
  2. Never Pay Up Front
  3. Take Your Time
  4. Protect Your Personal Information
  5. Don't Trust Caller IDs, URLs, Email Signatures, or Business Cards
  6. Research / Google
  7. As Soon As They Ask For Money...RUN!!!

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