The Rip Off Report can be a great way to spot scams. However, if you use the Rip Off Report often, I would encourage you to use discernement before you label a company as a Rip Off. Here's why: Recently, I did a search on the Rip Off Report to find out if a popular weight loss ebook I had been promoting had any complaints. Unfortunately, the ebook did have one complaint...but this guy hadn't even read the ebook - he just thought it was a ripoff because of the sales copy and his suspicions! Its one thing to label something as a ripoff if you have tried the product and have honestly been let down. Its also valid to label something a ripoff if you have read enough testimonials from people who have made a purchase of a product - and discovered it was a scam after they made their purchase. However, if you haven't personally had a bad experiences with a product - or haven't read any negative accounts of a product, please don't call that product a ripoff based on your "suspisions" or "hunches". This can easily lead to a lawsuit against you for slander - so please do not do this. I'm a BIG supporter of reporting scams, but I hate when I hear people calling something that is totally legitimate a scam, without examining the product or seeing what others have to say about it. Having said all of this, if you SUSPECT somethng is a scam, and want to know whether or not if your suspicions are correct before you make a purchase decision, please visit http://RipOffReport.com. This can be a great place to go to find out if something you intend to invest money in is a scam. If there is anything that I want people to get from this, it is the concept of "innocence until proven guilty" - or at least "innoncence until enough people say someone is guilty"....... One last thing I will say is that sometimes, VERY GOOD companies will appear on the Rip Off Report. There are probably only a handful of companies out there which have NEVER had a consumer complaint - so don't AUTOMATICALLY assume that if a company lands on the Rip Off Report, that is is a bad company. Thanks for listening!