Scammers in the e-Learning Industry and How to Protect Yourself

If there’s money to be made in a particular niche, you can count on the eventual appearance of scammers — and the e-learning industry is no exception. Disreputable sellers have always been able to find and sell stolen products, but they were limited by availability and the risks involved. Fraudulently selling digital products, on the other hand, is extremely easy.

The only thing that tends to hold scammers back is file size (services like Netflix are expensive to run, though they’ve still been hit heavily by piracy) and visibility (big media companies have teams that scour the internet for copyright infringement). e-Learning courses are relatively small, and legitimate sellers don’t have massive legal teams to fight their battles.

Due to this, students and small businesses alike are at risk online when purchasing online training and they need to take action to protect themselves. In this post, we’re going to elaborate upon the situation and offer some core tips. Let’s get started.

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